»   »   » David Hasselhoff on his cross-dressing role

David Hasselhoff on his cross-dressing role

Monday, February 19, 2007
David Hasselhoff has started dressing in drag. The former 'Baywatch' actor is starring as cross-dressing director Roger DeBris in the Las Vegas production of hit Broadway musical 'The Producers' and is struggling with the costume. Hasselhoff said: "Now I know why women can't wait to get out of heels. "I'll only wear the two inch pumps, if I wore the three inch I'd fall over like a giraffe." The actor also has to wear a 35lb beaded-gown for the part, along with a red wig. He added: "I look like Dennis Rodman on acid."

Hasselhoff, 54, admits he was initially unsure about accepting the cross-dressing role. After deciding to play a transvestite, the actor realised most of his roles have been strange. He said: "I never thought I'd be talking to a car in 'Knight Rider', or achieve syndication history with a crazy show like 'Baywatch'." Hasselhoff has decorated his dressing room backstage with life-size cut-outs and posters of himself in 'Baywatch' and 'Knight Rider'. He said: "I must be the most self-indulgent person to have this stuff. But I've got to market 'The Hoff'."

Recent Stories
Paris Hilton hurled lipstick at
Xena makes comeback


Please Wait while comments are loading...

Hollywood Photos