- Paul Rudd joined the show as a guest. “Late at night with Seth Meyers.”
- Rudd shared information about his childhood in Los Angeles, when he first started acting.
- He remembers living in a “bad” apartment and diving into a dumpster to find a mattress
Paul Rudd remembers his struggles as an actor in Los Angeles during his early years.
On Thursday, “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” the “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” actor discussed his work on early projects and his early-twenties career.
” I did not have money. I lived with a few friends. My car was horrible – it always broke down, ”said Rudd, 52. “I think back to my roommate, Bo, who had to drive me to work most of the time because my car was still in the store.”
Meyers admitted that he spent his early years in some sort of boarding school. “Knotty” apartments in Los Angeles. Rudd agreed and thought about Bo’s life situation.
“He lived in such a bad apartment complex… but he let me stay in his apartment because I didn’t even have the money to buy an apartment,” Rudd said he also slept on towels. while he was cooking in the kitchen.
Rudd said he was finally able to rent an apartment in the complex.
“I didn’t really have a lot of furniture and found a mattress near the dumpster,” Rudd. “And I thought, ‘Sweet! Free mattress! ‘”
Rudd continued, “I just took it to my room, then slept on it, then the next morning I woke up covered in red bumps.”
“How’s that for the sexiest man in the world,” Rudd also added.
Rudd was able to secure his pivotal role in the 1995 film Josh despite having a rough start. “Clueless” and later played the role of Dave Paris alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in “Romeo + Juliet”.
He was also inducted into the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Scott Lang. “The ant Man.”
People magazine named Rudd 2021’s Sexiest Man Alive this month. The media reported that he was married to his wife. “Stunned. ”
“But you know she was very nice about it,” he said. “After some laughter and a shock, she said, ‘Oh, they got it right. “And that was very sweet. She probably wasn’t telling the truth, but what is she going to say?