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David Walsh Naughton born February 13, is an American actor and singer known for his starring roles in the horror film An American Werewolf in London and the Disney comedy Midnight Madness , as well as for a long-running "Be a Pepper" ad campaign for beverage maker Dr Pepper. He also starred in the short-lived sitcom Makin' It and sang its hit theme song " Makin' It ", giving him a Top 5 hit on the Billboard charts. He is the younger brother of theater and film actor James Naughton. His family is Irish American. Naughton first became widely known as a result of his four-year stint singing and dancing in television commercials and personal appearances to promote Dr Pepper. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. David Naughton.
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Besides enduring the extensive makeup, David Naughton, who played David Kessler, spent about 40 percent of his screen time naked. Filming in the cold British weather was tough, but he was understandably most worried about being in a cage with real wolves… while naked! As he told SF Site in They were trying to say to us that the wolves had been fed, that we should have some comfort in knowing that. Earlier in the movie, we see a dog and cat react in fear to David, but here the wolves calmly accept him as one of their one. Fortunately, in the end, they turned out to be somewhat docile. The actor ended up having a bigger audience than just some curious wolves and the film crew. Why have you got all those extras over there? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
Back in John Landis put together one of the best werewolf movies ever made. Even with the hardcore terror that this movie inspires, it still manages to be funny and even aloof in some moments. We at Human Echoes are proud to say it will be the first in a brand new Five Horrific Facts series that will be coming out bi-weekly. Those are real wolves.