David Hasselhoff: 'I had nothing, not one thing, to do with the Berlin Wall coming down'
David Hasselhoff, 52, London | From the Observer | The Guardian
Does excessive alcohol consumption mask or reveal our true selves? Is the demon rum a truth serum that strips away our pretensions and delusions and reveals our real essence, or does getting drunk distort who we really are? The Hasselhoff found on the video, which was recorded by his horrified teenaged daughter, is a borderline feral mess of a human being belligerently and nonsensically insulting a daughter whose mortification is as palpable as it is understandable. Is the bleary, self-pitying, and out-of-control shell of a man in the video the true Hasselhoff, or is the liquor speaking through him, and none too coherently at that? Who can say, ultimately? To Hasselhoff, playing the Knight Rider on the show of the same name was no mere gig, but rather a sacred calling. I was given a power that could be used in a positive way, far greater than anyone could imagine, to help sick and terminally ill people, mainly children who watched the Knight Rider program and believed in its hero.
David Hasselhoff: “I couldn’t remember the names of the women on Baywatch”
By Jenny Johnston for the Daily Mail. Who else but David Hasselhoff could tell you he has a broken back, then leap off his chair to re-enact the dune buggy crash he suffered it in? I broke a vertebra. All of his models are tall thin African-Americans.
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