Jeffrey DeMunn quickly became the cast's elder statesman, ever ready with words of comfort or wisdom... In a perfect world, (DeMunn) would have been the person I called father. He was kind and wise.
Jeffrey DeMunn quickly became the cast's elder statesman, ever ready with words of comfort or wisdom... In a perfect world, (DeMunn) would have been the person I called father. He was kind and wise.More quotes »
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