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I had the chance to talk with Young, Bergen, and Lomenda during their swing through the San Francisco Bay Area promoting the film, and one thing that became amply clear with all of them was how surreal it was to be in the middle of a whirlwind that's seen them rocket from relative obscurity to headlining a movie directed by Clint Eastwood. I was thinking as I was parking, you guys are living what your characters were living in the film. And Michael and I were actually on tour with Jersey Boys, the stage version. And I just did it again in London after we wrapped the movie. When you were doing it the first time, did it even enter onto your radar that you would be starring in the film version?
In addition to reminiscing about previous visits to the city, I talked to them about the play's long journey from conception to completion, what it was like to perform a play when you know Clint Eastwood is in the audience watching, and the experience of making the movie after doing it for so long on stage. I opened the tour here and he closed the tour here in San Fran. Young: I say yes, not out of any sort of retroactive presumptuousness or arrogance or anything.
Lea Michele Sarfati was born on August 29, 1986 in the Bronx, New York City. She is known for her Broadway roles in productions such as Ragtime, Les Misérables, and Spring Awakening. I don't know for sure, but if you've seen the mattress episode where Rachel and Finn sing Smile, when Cory tickles Lea in the end of that scene her laughter seems pretty genuine.
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