Kevin Spacy (26.07.59) was born in South Orange, NJ, the youngest of three children. The family moved to the West coast when he was very young, so he was raised in Los Angeles. His dad worked as a technical writer at Lockheed, writing manuals for aircraft, while his mother worked as a secretary.
Pearce was speaking on an Australian talk show when he made the revelation.
Speaking to Australian talk show ‘Interview’ earlier this week, Pearce recalled his time on the 1997 noir masterpiece L.A. Confidential and described co-star Spacey – against whom dozens of accusations of sexual misconduct have been levelled over the last nine months – as “handsy”.
“Yeah… yeah. Tough one to talk about at the moment. Amazing actor; incredible actor. Mmm. Slightly difficult time with Kevin, yeah. He’s a handsy guy,” he told host Andrew Denton, before adding “thankfully, I was 29 and not 14.”
Spacey will appear in 'Billionaire Boys Club', filmed two years ago and which is coming out in July.
Several months after the multiple accusations of sexual assault and misconduct that looked to have finished his career for good, Kevin Spacey will appear in a new movie.
The accusations meant that two-time Oscar winner, 58, was deleted entirely from Ridley Scott’s last film All The Money In The World, with his leading role re-filmed with Christopher Plummer replacing him with little over a month to go before its box office release at the end of 2017. Netflix also severed all ties with him regarding his hit political drama series ‘House of Cards’.
However, Spacey will now make his big-screen comeback in the film Billionaire Boys Club, in which he plays the role of Ron Levin, a real-life con artist who perpetrated a get-rich-quick scam which preyed on the families of wealthy Harvard schoolboys in Los Angeles in the early 1980s.
A L.A. District Attorney sex crimes task force is reportedly reviewing allegations that Spacey assaulted a man in October 1992.
Prosecutors in Los Angeles are now reviewing sexual assault allegations against the disgraced actor Kevin Spacey, it has been reported.
A police investigation in the state of California represents the first active investigation in the States, in addition to the three already under way in London, conducted by Scotland Yard, against the two-time Oscar winner, according to the Los Angeles Times.
A special industry sex crimes task force set up by the Los Angeles district attorney is considering whether to bring a charge over a claim that Spacey assaulted a man in West Hollywood back in October 1992.
The actor was discussing Spacey in the light of sexual allegations against him
In the aftermath of the staggering Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations, a number of victims of other alleged sexual predators have bravely come out to tell their story. Amongst those accused was Kevin Spacey who, in response, said he couldn’t recall the incident in question and revealed he was gay.
Sir Ian McKellen discussed fellow actor, Kevin Spacey on BBC Radio 4
Now fellow gay actor, Sir Ian McKellen, has revealed he thinks Spacey was disrespectful for hiding his sexuality and suggested that lying about it got him "into problems".
Spacey is investigated by Scotland Yard regarding a third allegation of sexual assault.
The Metropolitan Police in Britain are now investigating a third allegation of sexual assault made against the disgraced actor Kevin Spacey.
Scotland Yard received a new claim on December 13th, alleging that a man was assaulted by the Oscar-winning actor in the Westminster area of London back in 2005. Announcing the new allegation, the Metropolitan Police did not mention 58 year old Spacey by name, but said that the alleged perpetrator is the same person as the subject of two earlier complaints, said to have taken place in the Lambeth area in 2005 and 2008 respectively.
A spokesperson for Scotland Yard said on Thursday: “On November 1st, City of London Police referred an allegation of sexual assault to the Metropolitan Police Service."
He opens up about what encouraged him to finally speak out.
It's been more than two months since Anthony Rapp made claims that Kevin Spacey sexually harassed him when he was just 14, and the actor has now opened up about what drove him to make the candid confession after over three decades. He's now an important figure in the fight against a harmful Hollywood trend.
Anthony Rapp at San Diego Comic Con
The 46-year-old 'Star Trek' star was encouraged to speak out about his harrowing experience after seeing the multitude of women coming forward to express their own ordeals at the hands of Harvey Weinstein and others. He knew that now was the right time to talk and be heard.
All the Money in the World had to recast Kevin Spacey after allegations of sexual harassment
Following countless allegations of sexual harassment and assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein, a number of other stars have been accused of similar misconduct - including Hollywood actor, Kevin Spacey.
Michelle Williams appears in All the Money in the World
In response to allegations about Spacey, director Sir Ridley Scott reshot his newest movie - which saw Spacey in a significant role - and other actors in the piece have since revealed they re-filmed the scenes for free.
The director revealed earlier this month that he would re-shoot all of Spacey's scenes with Christopher Plummer instead - and he's on course to complete it on time.
Ridley Scott has broken his silence about his decision to re-shoot the entirety of his new movie All the Money In the World, replacing the disgraced Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in the lead role.
When the news broke in late October that Spacey had been accused by numerous men of inappropriate sexual conduct, the British director was forced into a difficult decision. He announced back on November 8th that he would re-cast the role of oil magnate John Paul Getty III with Christopher Plummer in the role instead of Spacey, shooting all of his scenes again while still intending to honour the December 22nd release date.
It’s a daunting task, but Scott told Entertainment Weekly on Wednesday (November 29th) that everything was on course to meet the original deadline.
The show suspended filming in the beginning of November following the sexual harassment allegations against star Kevin Spacey.
Filming of the sixth and final season of Netflix drama 'House of Cards' has been delayed for at least another two weeks - however producers do intend to resume filming soon.
Production was halted on the series in early November in the wake of sexual harassment allegations against star Kevin Spacey, who was subsequently dropped from the show.
In a letter to cast and crew signed by show producers Media Rights Capital the hiatus was extended until December 8 - however it was added that they were "continuing to work with Netflix with the hope of resuming production soon."
Continue reading: 'House Of Cards' Extends Hiatus - But Will Resume Filming Eventually
Spacey is being investigated by Scotland Yard regarding a second sexual assault claim.
British police are investigating the disgraced Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey over a second sexual assault alleged to have taken place in London, it has been reported.
The 58 year old Hollywood actor had already been subject to an investigation from Scotland Yard, following an allegation that he forced himself onto a man at his flat in the British capital in 2008, which was launched earlier this month.
However, Spacey is now being investigated by the Metropolitan Police over a second allegation involving another man, dating back to 2005. Both incidents occurred while the actor was the artistic director at the Old Vic theatre in Lambeth.
Kevin Spacey performing at the 'Apollo Celebration of Ella' a night celebrating the 100th birthday of Ella Fitzgerald. Held at the Apollo Theater in New York City, United States - Saturday 22nd October 2016
Kevin Spacey - "The first Sunday of the festival commences with two Vintner's Luncheons: one at Martin Estate, the other at HALL St. Helena. As the sun begins to set over the valley, two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey performs in concert at the Annual Festival Gala at Meadowood, an event benefitting the festival's innovative programming and Napa County arts education programs." at 900 Meadowood Ln, St Helena, CA 94574 - San Francisco, California, United States - Sunday 19th July 2015
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