Who would play you, in the Movie of Your Life Story?

Yes, it's a game. The actor has to be at least somewhat like you in manner or appearance.

Friends have suggested Christine Lahti for me, but personally I think Diane Wiest would be a better match.

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If he can sing, Robby Coltrane (another wee Scot). If Robby can't sing, then it's Meat Loaf . . . but my voice is lower. And I don't sweat quite that Biblically.
Margaret Rutherford :-)
You're looking at him. Here's looking at me, kid.

No, actually, there's little to no physical resemblance between me and Humphrey Bogart. When I was young and very skinny people said I resembled David Bowie. Since I've gotten thicker it's Tim Robbins (partly because we have the same haircut).
Kiefer Sutherland.
You have to explain more about that pick, Jude. I'm curious why you would choose Ol' Kief.
Believe it or not, complete strangers used to come up to me and tell me I looked like him. Back when I had hair. :)
Jude, I actually do see the resemblance. Plus you look very Hollywood with those shades, dude. :)
Man, I can't think of anything more boring than a movie based on my life. Other than watching golf or bowling.

I don't watch enough tv or movies to even begin to guess who might play me in such a disaster.
I would have my life as animated feature. The entire thing would be drawn in the style, or by, Ralph Steadman. It would be Steadman circa 2009, though, not 1971. Forget the audience. It makes sense to me. This is a vanity project after all.
Jennifer Jason Leigh. When I was in high school, I looked just like her in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."

Based on photos on IMDB, I still see a resemblance today.
Kathy Bates for my current age or Selma Blair for my 20's
Keith Richards.

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