Paul Dano

November 7, 2008 at 10:01 am 1 comment

Another Friday, another skeet that became a celebrity sighting! I guess this doesn’t count as a magical, “oh my god I skeeted him then saw him the following week!” because I just saw Paul Dano on the street near Bryant Park this past weekend, and while he hadn’t officially been skeeted on the site, we all knew he was skeetable. Now that that’s over, let’s get on with the skeet facts.

Now Paul Dano probably wouldn’t be classified as conventionally attractive, which is exactly why I like him. He’s cute and hot in a quirky, high school outcast kind of way. Not to mention, he is an enormously talented actor that takes risks in his films and has taken a gamut of ranging roles. He’s like Michael Cera, but with career longevity and versatility. From his biggest breakout role in Little Miss Sunshine as an angsty, mute teen desperate to join the air force to his most recent big screen success as the kooky preacher in There Will Be Blood, Dano is kicking major ass in Hollywood. And those are just two of his biggest films – he’s been in lots more (including Taking Lives for a minute at the beginning. That was weird.)

And if it’s worth any points, when I saw him on the street he was by himself, walking around like a normal person. In a cute hat. And he might’ve smiled at me, I’m not sure. I probably wouldn’t have recognized him at all if I wasn’t such an aware, discerning citizen and fan of his work. And always searching for skeets on the street. And walking up to everyone asking if they were Paul Dano.


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  • 1. parkrangerolivia  |  November 7, 2008 at 10:34 am

    hey now, you’re forgetting “Girl Next Door” where he has an incredibly large schlong, and they feature it in their porno. fabulous.


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