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He’s also enjoyed, as he puts it, a truly remarkable “third act” in his career, which includes winning a Grammy in 2014 for his work on Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” and, most recently, a brief and memorable cameo as a corrupt cop/illegal arms dealer (SPOILER ALERT: who is quickly shot by Jamie Foxx’s character) in “Baby Driver.” The role is startling to anyone who knows him and doesn’t know it’s coming, not only because the diminutive Williams is apparently portraying the most well-dressed, erudite and loquacious corrupt cop/illegal arms dealer in history, but because the character’s lines sound like things Williams himself would say.
Some think it’s going to be the Las Vegas they see in Hollywood, and we’re constantly fighting a stigma of getting married in a cheesy, not meaningful way.
Also, a local newspaper photographer captured an image of the brunet alongside the famous foursome, which the paper dubbed the Million Dollar Quartet.
'That lovely creature sitting on top of the piano', the caption for the photo read in the next day's newspaper, is 'Marilyn Evans, who dances at the New Frontier in Las Vegas. Unlike some other Elvis exes, Evans didn't make a career out of her companionship with The King, and Elvis enthusiasts have long wondered what happened to her after her week in Memphis.
I’ve gotta give credit to Edgar Wright for his casting — the first time I met you I thought, “That guy must be an arms dealer.” I’m on screen less than two minutes in “Baby Driver,” I think, and Edgar’s got me talking almost every second.
I looked at [the role] and thought, “Well, this is a mouthful of dialogue and — spoiler alert! ” I thought Jamie [Foxx] liked me, we always got along — but then, I just went nuts when I saw the film, I think it’s brilliant.
'It was just very exciting: two shows a night, seven days a week', she said. Between shows, the dancers would gather in an employees-only coffee shop within the casino. Within an hour, Elvis had slipped Evans a scrawled note on the back of a napkin.