Sam Rockwell - "I think any good actor is an anarchist” “It does something to you. It makes you a bit odd, and oddness...can equate into danger. What people don’t understand they fear. And on film that translates into danger.” / Photography: Mark Abrahams
Nick Cave - “Music is storming, driving, relentless, devotional, slinky, subtle, heartbreakingly-beautiful sounds that, lyrically, switch from the cynical to the sanguine, the defeated to the defiant, dealing in love, war, beauty, children, romance, rejection, Pethedine, poetry, panties, God, Auden, Johnny Cash, cold potatoes, too-much-money, not enough money, writer’s block, flowers, animals and more flowers. But maybe I’m projecting here.”
T.E. Lawrence (“Lawrence of Arabia” - 16 August 1888– 19 May 1935) Author, British Army officer, military observer, advisor, archaeologist, documentarian. Lawrence gained international notoriety based on his accounts of the Arab Uprising against the Ottoman Empire during World War I.
Osa Johnson / Photographers, explorers, naturalists and authors, Martin and Osa Johnson studied the wildlife and peoples of East and Central Africa, the South Pacific Islands and British North Borneo in the 1910s and 30s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_and_Osa_Johnson
John Scopes was a young high school biology teacher in Dayton, Tennessee when the Butler Act of 1925, which banned the teaching of evolution in schools, was made law. He then teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union and put the law to the test, teaching his students about evolution anyways, and ultimately being prosecuted for it.