Babcock lived in Paris for a summer, and Copenhagen for a semester of college where he learned to mimic other people's accents and mannerisms. He lifts weights three or four times a week, does cardio workouts and keeps active, which gives him a distinct advantage for performing high-energy roles. It also preserves his muscular physique.
Fortunately, audiences get to ogle his magnificence during the poolside scene when he is scantily clad. Oh, so many theatre patrons were yearning for a close-up. The ginger studmuffin is delicious from curple to brow, and he is multiply talented: he built a rustic cabin up north made from logs using absolutely no power tools… just his he-man strength.
"Shouldn't we open some champagne?" asked Betty, after she and Joe just finished writing their script. How about opening some windows in the theatre, because it got awfully hot in there when Babcock flashed his smile.
Village Players' Sunset Boulevard is a show too good to miss! Catch any of the four remaining shows: Friday, Nov. 16 at 8:00, Saturday, Nov. 17 at 2:00, Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8:00 and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2:00. For tickets kindly visit www.birminghamvillageplayers.com or call the box office at 248-644-2075.