Tony’s story – Part #1

October 24, 2006

PHILIP
“What’s your story?”

TONY
“I’ll list everything. My wife passed away 7 years ago. Our apartment was at Bloor and Dundas. I had 2 children who I thought would help me. Instead they said: ‘There’s the door. ‘

My daughter has very serious problems. That’s all I want to say about that. My son has been done out of everything he had. It’s a bad story.”

PHILIP
“What was your last job?”

TONY
“I was a limousine driver. I drove Donny and Marie Osmond and George Segal around Toronto. Mr. Segal was very good to me but there was political stuff going on in his group and I got fired later. He took good care of me until I was fired.

Polly is his daughter. She’s a [film] director now. She’s done 3 [movies] so far but I don’t know which ones.”

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2 Responses to “Tony’s story – Part #1”


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