The day Stan Lee passed, Mark Roman as “Hollywood Cap” paid his respects at the Marvel icon’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. KTLA 5 television Los Angeles interviewed Mark, two clips of which are included in what aired. Ross Johnson (not “Russ”), Mark’s fellow SAG-AFTRA busker and “Hollywood Avenger”, also shares his thoughts on the legacy and impact of Stan Lee.
WATCH (scroll down to “Fan Honor Stan Lee at Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame” to watch the 2:38 clip)
Mark Roman is a Hollywood-based SAG-AFTRA improv busker who specializes in delivering targeted performances of such familiar characters as Captain America, Ron Burgundy, Buddy the Elf, Bad Santa, and Beetlejuice. Mark is also known for his own creation, “Lt. Frank”, a character loosely based on Thomas Lennon’s Lt. Dangle from Reno 911!, but channeling a Don Rickles meets Emperor Norton routine honed in the moment by Mark for the particular audience and venue.
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