Jack Robinson shot celebrity portraits for Vogue in the 1960s and later took up a career in stained-glass. After he passed in 1997, never-before-seen prints of a forgotten 17-year career in photography were found buried in his closet.
Stop Watching Others? "When you observe someone reach out to a friend and they are pushed away, your brain registers the sensation of rejection. When you watch your team win or a couple embrace on television, you feel their emotions as if you are there. Social emotions like guilt, shame, pride, embarrassment, disgust and lust can all be experienced by watching others." --Marcia Reynolds, Psychology Today (Image: Michael Caine)
Michael Caine is, and has always been, the man; even when he was a slightly younger man, as seen in this picture.