Quentin Tarantino is one of the world’s most loved movie directors, but even the greats have to start somewhere. Yes, one upon a time Tarantino was just like every other aspiring actor in Hollywood, taking any job that would offer him a few moments in front of the camera.
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Back in 1988, several years before hitting the big time with ‘Reservoir Dogs’, Tarantino appeared on ‘Golden Girls’ as an Elvis impersonator. To be fair I can’t think of any other acting gig that is more fitting to Tarantino. Even in his desperate feat to make it in Hollywood he managed to retain his style:
Well you can’t say he didn’t give it his all in that rendition of the ‘Hawaiian Wedding Song’. Apparently the director noticed Tarantino’s style back then. While all of the other impersonators wore the famous Vegas jumpsuits:
I wore my own clothes, because I was, like, the Sun Records Elvis… I was the real Elvis; everyone else was Elvis after he sold out.
What a man.
To watch Tarantino’s first ever movie, click HERE.