Stephen Root has had a long and successful career, whether you prefer NewsRadio or king of the hillor dribble ballor his unforgettable appearance as a confused shopkeeper in boba fett book Who complains about stupid teens riding a motorcycle, but before them his return at Season 3 of HBO’s BarryStephen Root revealed episode of Rich Eisen Show (via The Hollywood Reporter) that the people he works with still only care about his personality office space.
There is no set I actually use that doesn’t have a box of staplers for me to sign with the crew,” said Root, adding, “It doesn’t matter what I’ve done in my career; whenever someone stops me on the street, it’s just like that.” office space. (We bet that because people don’t necessarily know he played William Fontaine de la Tour Dauterive, aka The Bill-Dozer, because king of the hill Fans at this point must be more than office spacebut that’s neither here nor there.)
at office spaceRoot’s character, Milton, was a meek and frequently glamorous employee of a software company whose boss eventually stole Swingline’s prized red stapler, causing Milton to burn down the building at the end of the movie. It’s funny and dependable, and it seems like every single crew member in every movie or TV show has since worked with an autographed stapler. So we say: give the man a rest! Have him sign something else, like a dribbling ball, a news radio, or a teen on a motorbike!
But here’s one interesting thing (and we mean it for sure this time, we’re not just making some kind of transition): a search for “stephen root stapler” on a popular online auction site yielded no relevant results, which means it’s constantly signing staplers And nobody flips it for resale? In that case, they might all go real fans And the root should continue to sign the staplers forever.
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