He died at his long-time home in the historic village of Goring-on-Thames, just one of several luxury homes he owned at the time of his passing.
The river-front estate in Goring-on-Thames, about an hour’s drive west of central London and tucked down a slender lane in the center of the village, is anchored by a residence that dates to the 16 century.
are hunched over their laptops, tossing out beta-male insults.
Today’s scene gathers four of the show’s actors—Thomas Middleditch, who stars as the flappable app developer Richard; Kumail Nanjiani as the put-upon programmer Dinesh; Martin Starr, a k a Gilfoyle, the fatalist-Satanist tech wiz; and Zach Woods, who plays milquetoast consigliere Jared—as their characters meekly plot revenge against a former ally who’s sold them out.
For one scene, Woods improvises nearly half a dozen versions of the same line, reshaping and recasting it each time and throwing in references to everything from Harriet Tubman to Anne Frank to the suffragette movement.
At one point, an in-character spat ends with Starr shouting, “Go masturbate and cry!
A pioneering fitness pitchman for companies like 24-Hour Fitness and Apex, Jim Starr s the director of product development for Life Time Fitness, a Minnesota-based chain of high-end gyms.
Hearing his then one-year-old daughter calling for him over the cheers of the studio audience remains his proudest moment on Gladiators.
They’ve had four drummers since, including former drummer Robo (who’s returned to the group more than once) and Marky Ramone.
After a few takes, however, the actors start going off script, lobbing improvised one-liners the way 5-year-olds smack around balloons.
“We should mail him a bag of his own poop.” “We should get him suspended from Linked In.” “We should sign him up for all the podcasts he doesn’t like.” Are they all gold? But as the actors become both more drained and more limbered up, the becomes a rolling riff-tide of free-form, ever-escalating jokes, even when the cameras aren’t on: The phrase “ding-dong” is inserted into random lines (“Lame City. Off-key Michael Mc Donald impressions are trotted out and dueled.
He just landed his first-ever beauty collaboration, a nail polish collection for Sephora's Formula X brand, which features three pink polishes.
Starr obviously isn't the first guy to wear makeup on the Internet.