Tony Bottorff made a noticeable entrance the other day when he rode into the parking lot on his 2015 Harley Sportster and tossed the keys to the valet. A risky move to trust that much horsepower to a teenager in a red vest. Needless to say, they didn’t attempt to move it and the bike sat in full view of the entrance to Abacus, our Dallas dinner spot on McKinney Avenue.
Bottorff’s newest comedy, Long Term Parking, is quite a “tail wagger.” We sat down to discuss the movie and his career.
RW: The role you play in this film is a departure from your other roles in film. Did you need to do anything to prepare to play this part?
TB: I wish I could say I did, but I let this one develop organically. I had Boston worked up fairly…
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