Sunday, October 22, 2006

Speechless


I don't really have much to say about this picture except that out of all the famous people I have seen, I was the most uncool with him. Talk about a stuttering idiot.
Actually, I should thank my friend Rachael for letting me pose with John and for taking the picture with her camera. I felt rather bad afterward because we didn't get a picture of her with him.

12 comments:

D said...

Holy crap!!! John Malkovich!!! You lucky girl!! I loved that movie "Being John Malkovich". What was he like in real life?

Lotus Reads said...

What a great picture! How did you happen to meet him, Angela?

Julie said...

You never know who you're going to run into in Paris!

Moment said...

OMG! That's unbelievable! You're sooo lucky!

Diamond Lil said...

awesome!

Expat Traveler said...

yes please tell how you ran into him. I think this is the first pic of you fully that I have ever seen! So cool to see all of you. ;-)

hellomelissa said...

the photo kinda looked like johnny carson at first, but i did a double take because DUH! he's dead! wowee, that's cool! my best celebrity "sighting" is when i chatted with lara flynn boyle ina parking lot. whoopee.

ce-cilie said...

Oh my god!!! How did you meet him? You can't leave us like that.. we need to know

Jay said...

That's pretty cool. I hope I would have the wisdom to stay silent rather than reveal my stupidity with blather. But probably not.

Pardon My French said...

That's a great picture. I think the closest I've ever been to a celebrity was at Pere Lachaise, actually, when someone in our group recognized Ritchie Sambora at Chopin's grave. I didn't even recognize him so my "me with a famous person" photo op went unrealized. Paris really is great! Good for you.

Tracie B. said...

wow! i love him. but he ain't no sprang chicken no more ;)

Angela in Europe said...

My friend and I were walking down a street and we walked right by him. We both freaked out and sat on a bench for a little while, trying to work the courage up to go and talk to him. Meanwhile two Aussie's walked up and started freaking out too. John went into the Lancel store and we talked to the Aussie's until John came back out.

I am not sure I would have actually asked for a picture if the Aussie's hadn't asked for one first. I mumbled something about liking his work and then smiled like a big puppy for the picture.

It was a total random siting on a totally random day. Just luck!