Aug. 31, 2020

William Sanderson (Interview)

William Sanderson (Interview)

Veteran of the United States Army, Law School graduate, Elvis aficionado, Tennessean born and bred, author, actor. Husband and father. You may remember him as E.B. Farnum in HBO’s Deadwood, or Sheriff Bud Dearborn on True Blood. He played Lippy on...


Veteran of the United States Army, Law School graduate, Elvis aficionado, Tennessean born and bred, author, actor. Husband and father.

You may remember him as E.B. Farnum in HBO’s Deadwood, or Sheriff Bud Dearborn on True Blood. He played Lippy on my favorite western, Lonesome Dove, J.F. Sebastian on the cult sci-fi hit Blade Runner, he had a brother Daryl and another brother Daryl on little show called Newhart. Maybe you’ve heard of it.

Oh, I’m not done. Ever heard of Starsky and Hutch? Knight Rider? The Dukes of Hazard? Married with Children, the X Files, ER, Lost, American Gods.

How about Coal Miner’s Daughter, Last Man Standing, Gods and Generals, Andersonville?

The list goes on. It was my great pleasure to talk with Mr. Sanderson, one of the GREATEST character actors of all time!

His new book, which I literally devoured in two sittings, is called Yes, I’m That Guy: The Rough And Tumble Life Of A Character Actor. Trust me on this one, go buy a few copies. If there’s anyone in your life who’s a fan of older movies, or even an Elvis fan, this would be a great stocking stuffer or birthday gift.

YES, I'M THAT GUY: THE ROUGH AND TUMBLE LIFE OF A CHARACTER ACTOR

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True stories from the wild and woolly west. Also really lame jokes! Each episode I discuss a real life person or event from the wild west era (gunfighters, lawmen, outlaws, Native Americans, frontiersmen, etc). I'm neither a historian or comedian, but I do try to be as accurate as possible whilst dispensing dad jokes and mispronunciations.