Maybe you know Victor from his roles on “Alias” or “Eli Stone.” Or maybe you’ve seen him in feature films like “Titanic.” Or maybe you’ve been lucky enough to catch him on Broadway. In any case, he’s a versatile actor whose name always seems to appear when the Emmy or Tony awards come around. Plus, he’s very nice, speaking of pluses.
Today I interviewed him for my forthcoming caregivers book. Both his parents had Alzheimer’s and he graciously consented to spend time with me on the phone to discuss what it’s like to parent your parents. More specifically, it was his mother, who was living in LA while he was shooting “Alias,” who required his care and with whom he shared many special moments. Even though the subject of our conversation was difficult, he was funny and generous and provided me with wonderful anecdotes for the book.
Here’s a video of him talking about Alzheimer’s with the host of a show in his native London, Ontario, Canada.
Be well, Victor, and thanks for the chat today.