Manolo says, while obsessively reading and rereading the David Hasselhoff’s masterful autobiography, Don’t Hassel the Hoff, the Manolo came to the realization that one could open the book to any random page and find the incredibly entertaining anecdote.
Here then, in proof of this, is the first in what will become the on-going feature, “Readings from the Book of Hasselhoff.”
This created difficulties because we still had to work together. The day after the break-up I had to film a love scene with her in which Casey tries to seduce Snapper, even though she knows he’s married and faithful to his wife. It was very disconcerting. I was waiting for the ultimate slap – I knew it was coming and I knew I deserved it. When I rejected her advances in the scene, she let rip with an almighty whack that rattled my brains. Then she stormed off the set.
The director came up, concerned. “That wasn’t in the script”
“It’s okay—don’t ask.”
I was lucky to get out of it with a slap.
The word of the Hoff!