It’s TTM Tues.
Ace is still in the middle of his finals week hence his absence yet again. Hopefully, the hooded one will be back soon.
As a funny side note, Charlie Day was on Conan and talked about living next door to Zac Efron and his collection of Zac Efron fanmail.
It’s a great reminder to always make sure an address is current before sending off. You don’t want your letter mixed in with Charlie Day’s Zac Efron shrine.
In some more TTM news, Pop band 5 Seconds of Summer talked about missing actual letters.
Ashton revealed: “We used to get a lot more letters and now, people just hand us bits of paper with Twitters on them. I really miss the day of the love letter. It was a better time…”
Twitter and social media, it’s great but also can get impersonal at times.
I was thinking about this the other day as well… What is the weirdest thing you ever sent out to get signed?
I’ve sent some odd things for sure, Pop Vinyl, Counter standees, etc… but I don’t think I’ve ever sent anything too odd…. Hmmm…
I did send Gene Wilder an action figure/doll… That may have been the weirdest thing I’ve sent off…
According to Stylecaster, there have been some odd things people have received.
Jared Leto got a human ear, which he strung on a necklace and wore onstage.
Kesha got human teeth that she made into a necklace.
Alice Cooper got a small coffin with a tiny cat inside…
Oh wait… I did sent Michael C. Hall a coffin… But it was a Six Feet Under promo… Sooooooo… It’s sort of legit right?
And the Jonas Brothers got a dead shark preserved in a tube… Nice!
What is the oddest thing you ever sent out to get signed! I want to know! Can you beat my Six Feet Under coffin?
If you’re a fan of Who’s the Boss? or Taxi, get pen and paper ready!
Honeymoon in Vegas
c/o The Nederlander Theater
208 W. 41st Street
New York, NY 10036
Tony Danza is responding to fanmail at a quick pace!
Rupert Grint is responding via “It’s Only A Play.” Some people have gotten things signed, some preprints so… it’s up to you.
‘It’s Only A Play’
c/o Gerald Schoenfeld Theater
236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036-3901
It’s only until Jan. 4th so get them out.
Has anyone had success from Stockard Channing at this address? I wanted to send but haven’t heard anything!
Finally, a lot of people have asked me about Michael C. Hall.
I think he’s being a lot slower in responding this time and his play ends Jan. 4th as well.
‘Hedwig And The Angry Inch’
111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
If you’re really wanting him, write soon!
That’s it for this week! Remember, let me know your oddest thing you sent off to get signed!