The best defensive player in the NFL in now lives in a modest, one-story house in this sleepy Central Valley town. A black Mercedes sits in the driveway, the only outward sign of material success. Then, upon meeting Lester Hayes , his sporting past springs to life. He wears a silver-and-black Raiders sweater. One Super Bowl ring glistens on his left hand, another on his right.
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The actor better known as Billy Bob, the morbidly obese offensive lineman in the hit movie Varsity Blues , is wandering the floor of the Dallas Fort Worth Auto Show promoting a movie that might never get made. And he keeps the business cards that feature before-and-after photos at the ready. To raise awareness, and hopefully some funding for the project, he has wrapped his Chrysler M in elaborate vinyl decals transforming his everyday car into a rolling billboard for the movie. Foot traffic inside the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center is slow this afternoon, but Lester, an opportunistic salesman, pounces when he spots a woman photographing his car.
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Whether he wants to play "singing quarterback" or "crazy-scary nun," that kid's gonna have one heck of a dress-up trunk. But long before the new babe or the new shows existed, there lived a fancy frog and a network called the WB. And on that network was a Ryan Murphy show called Popular that I couldn't get enough of.
Van Der Beek portrayed Jonathan Moxon, the intelligent yet rebellious second-string quarterback who had to step up when Lance Harbor Paul Walker was injured. It sucked. No, no.