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Back in 2015, Dennis Quaid pranked the world with a Funny or Die sketch that people believed to be a leaked video of the actor having an on-set tantrum. But according to actor Topher Grace, Quaid is a regular trickster on movie sets.
Grace sat down with Entertainment Weekly: The Show and talked about his experience shooting 2004’s In Good Company and how shooting opposite Dennis Quaid made his career feel “official.” Grace was dismayed when Quaid’s stand-in informed him that in scenes where they were shooting Grace’s dialogue and reactions, he would be acting opposite the stand-in rather than Quaid himself. But it turns out this was all in good fun and part of a joke Quaid was playing on the newcomer.
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