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Horror Movie DILF: Rosemary's Baby



Name: Guy Woodhouse


Location: New York City, New York.


Occupation: Actor


Family: Wife, Rosemary Woodhouse - Step Son, Adrian (Andy) Woodhouse


Why Is  He a DILF?: Love him or hate him, Guy Woodhouse is an undeniably charismatic little snake.  He's also the kind of guy who would sacrifice anything (or anyone) to get to the top of the show biz ladder.  In the early days of his career he showed much promise in the plays, "Luthor" and "Nobody Loves an Albatross"  as well as numerous television dramas and commercials.   Many have made mention of the gestures he made with his arms in "Luthor".
Guy's  big break came at the expense of fellow actor, Donald Baumgart, who suddenly went blind allowing Guy to take over the role Baumgart had.  Insider's claimed that Woodhouse "Made a deal with the devil", as his career seemed to go on the fast track since that point.
And, in fact, he did make a deal (if not with the devil firsthand, then with one of Old Scratch's associates); selling his wife's womb to a bunch of elderly Satanists so that she could carry the spawn of The Antichrist.   What a dog!
Still though, there is something undeniably hot about a bastard who'd stoop to such levels to get what he wants - if not acting, Guy Woodhouse could have made an equally big name for himself in business or politics, the sleazy bastard!
Played By: John Cassavetes

9 comments:

Jack Veasey said...

Even his cover story was sleazy. When Rosemary woke up scratched after being raped by the devil, Guy told her that he'd made love to her while she was passed out drunk. If she had any self respect, she would have dumped him then!

Pax Romano said...

Wasn't it Jack? Poor Roe, she was a victim of her time.

That said, I found him incredibly sexy...

TheGirlWhoLovesHorror said...

Yeah, this guy is on my list of the worst husbands in the world EVER. Such a douche. But he's got nice hair.

Pax Romano said...

The Girl... oh yeah, a great head of hair!

Jack Veasey said...

I think he's sexy, too. I liked his little striptease where she asks to see his shoulder and he says, "normally, I don't do this without a blue light."

I can never think of Cassavettes, though, without picturing him exploding over and over in slo-mo at the end of "The Fury." I think I'd be afraid to get the man off because of that!

Pax Romano said...

Jack, that would only be a problem if Amy Irving is around. ;)

Rob said...

Hmmm...one of the few times I have to disagree with you, Pax. While I also find him oily, sleazy and self-serving, I don't find him oily, sleazy and self-serving in a HOT way! I do work with a guy who woulda been perfect in that role...

Pax Romano said...

Rob, it's cool - your satanic mileage may vary!

highwayknees said...

Yep, sorry but the creepy -sleazeball factor outshines the sexy,IMO!