“Our thoughts and condolences go out to his friends, family and many fans.”
In a 2019 interview, the late actor talked about working with Tobe Hooper on Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot.
“One scene that was pretty interesting was the bedroom scene when the vampire boy, I think it was Danny Glick, comes to the window saying, ‘Let me in. Let me in’,” he recalled.
He continued: “For that entire scene, the film was running backwards in the camera. We started at the end and walked back all the way to the beginning where I’m in bed and I open my eyes.
“That’s the reason it seems like there’s something different…something weird about it. The smoke is flowing differently because of the way that scene was shot.