Like the Pacino-De Niro showdown in Heat (1995), the diner scene is an iconic duel between two of the era’s biggest stars.
But for a close relationship that can last us through all the years of our life, no doll can take the place of aces back to back.” This is the advice given by wiseguy Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando) to his crap-game colleague Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) in an early restaurant scene from Guys and Dolls, a tale of crooks, cons and courtship, all emanating from the bustling streets of Times Square.
He has proved his worth as an actor and his career has been a grand success.
He has a whooping net worth of 4 million dollars and this proves his worth as an actor.
Sex And The City hunk Jason Lewis and Lauren Phillips share a trophy filled with Dom Perignon before she playfully poses on his lap, pictured at a bar opening on Thursday in Melbourne Lauren showed off her svelte figure in a sexy strapless silver dress that hugged her subtle curves and finished at the knee, while her chocolate brown locks were in a middle part and styled in loose curls and a pair of studded heels added inches to her frame.
Lewis appears and is highlighted on the cover in the limited-edition coffee table book About Face, shot by celebrity photographer John Russo and published by Pixie Press Worldwide. In addition, he appeared as Pete in the Israeli television show, Be With Her.
He recently starred as Christopher Dollanganger in If There Be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday, the third and fourth films of the Flowers in the Attic TV film series based on the Dollanganger novel series by V.
Brooks, a thriller, where he plays opposite Demi Moore and Kevin Costner.
He is also known in Europe for playing the hunk on the Aero Advert for Aero Bubbles.
He's the one man who -- almost -- drives "try-sexual" Samantha Jones (she'll try anything once, her character says) to monogamy.