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John J. York (Mac) spares a minute for the tough ques­tions!

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What was the last gift that you bought for your­self? The last thing that my wife let me have money for was a charcoal-black suit at

Nord­strom Rack, and I saved $250 — ac­cord­ing to the sticker.

What was your fa­vorite tele­vi­sion show when you were a kid?

Hands down, THE ANDY GRIF­FITH SHOW and THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW, back to back at 6 and 6:30 p.m.

What’s your fa­vorite sum­mer ac­tiv­ity?

My fa­vorite all-the-time ac­tiv­ity is play­ing with my grand­son, Eli!

What’s your fa­vorite: pie, cake or ice cream?

En­ten­mann’s New York Style Crumb Cake. For some rea­son, they don’t sell it in

Cal­i­for­nia any­more, and that makes me very, very, very sad!

My fa­vorite sport is a tie: golf and foot­ball.

What makes you laugh?

What makes me laugh? Pretty much ev­ery­thing!

Which movie do you know from start to fin­ish?

I don’t think I know any movie from start to fin­ish, but I do like to watch cer­tain movies over and over again: How The Grinch Stole Christ­mas with Jim Car­rey,

Pat­ton, The God­fa­ther, The God­fa­ther Part II and Brides­maids.

What job could you never, ever do?

I could never be a com­puter pro­gram­mer. Com­put­ers will never catch on!

What was your first car?

My first car was a 1968 Ford Mus­tang Fast­back that was a piece of doo-doo.

What was the last book you read?

Good­night Moon. I just read it last night to my grand­son.

If you were a pro ath­lete in­stead of an ac­tor, what sport would you play?

I would be a Top 25 pro golfer. I would be mak­ing good money, not have a lot

of pres­sure on me, and I would be trav­el­ing the world!

Who is the most fa­mous per­son you’ve met?

Mau­rice Be­nard (Sonny) and Steve Bur­ton (Ja­son).

They’re more than stars, they’re a con­stel­la­tion!

What’s your fa­vorite amuse­ment park?

Hello! Dis­ney­land!

What song would you like to be play­ing in your real-life death scene?

The song I would like to have play­ing would be “Time to Say Good­bye” by An­drea Bo­celli and Sarah Bright­man.

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