Fred Stoller, a television actor who has appeared in Everybody Loves Raymond and Seinfeld, has spoken about his one night stand with comedian Kathy Griffin.
Stoller and Griffin took part in a late-night rendezvous, and now the 55 year-old has opened up about their failed attempt in his new book, Maybe We’ll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star.
Stoller stated, “Apparently she had just seen a TV movie about a woman who battered her husband which gave her a craving to do the same.”
Stoller met Griffin at a party in 1992, where he reveals, “After some small talk I don’t recall, Kathy Griffin asked me to drive her to her car where she made it easy for me to make out with her.”
He then added, “She seemed to have gone out of her way to make me miserable on our dates,” but despite this Griffin made it apparent that he was attracted to the comedian.
When the pair slept together for the first time, Griffin then tried to incorporate violence into their love making, as he tried to punch him in the face.
“Why do you want to do that?” asked the actor, to which she responded, “I have hostility towards men. They rape, watch porn, and go to strip clubs.”
After having sex, they were lying in bed together when Griffin turned to him and shouted, “Stop looking at my a**!”
Stoller and Griffin co-starred together on Suddenly Susan, but the actress repeatedly hurled abuse at the actor for his performances.
Stoller notes, “After rehearsals, she’s come up to me and say, ‘[I] see you and Bill aren’t holding hands. You’re being so homophobic. You should be holding his hand more.” Stoller was only in the series for five episodes before it was cancelled.
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