Jeremy Strong’s “10 Things” ‘GQ’ Video: How Many Things?

When it comes to acting, Succession star Jeremy Strong is notorious for going overboard. And what is a QG The “10 Things I Can’t Live For” video, if not just another role, in which you play a celebrity promoting products and feigning intimacy by showing viewers a glimpse into your personal life? So Strong brought their trademark intensity to the project (and its QG cover) – as well as just over ten “artifacts” from his life. “I clearly broke that mission,” he jokes in the video. Here, in order of appearance, is our tally of the number of things Strong can’t live without:

1. The statement he rips up during the press conference of the Succession season two finale

2. A suit tag that says “Kendall” from the Succession season 1 finale

3. A chain designed by Rashid Johnson and Liz Swig that he wore while filming Kendall’s birthday party episode in Succession season three

4. A drink stirrer with Kendall’s face 3D printed on it that he asked to have custom made for the character’s birthday party

5. A “Do Not Disturb” sign from the Italian hotel where he stayed while filming the end of Succession season three, which “just told me something about ‘do not disturb,’ like yourself and surrendering to uncertainty and the unknown,” he says

6. A leather binder by Robert Duvall

7. A pair of custom designed Jacques Marie Mage sunglasses for Kendall with her initials, KLR, on the side

8. An identical pair of custom-designed Jacques Marie Mage sunglasses, also with Kendall’s initials, for Strong because “I know where one ends and the other begins.”

9. A cup of a piece showcase production A matter of choice

10. Cherry Bomb The Chicago 7 Trial

11. A watch from Humboldt Countyhis first movie

12. A poker chip of Molly’s Game

13. A map of the Arizona bar where Kendall relapsed Succession the first season, with “double Smirnoff rocks” written on it, after Strong asked a sober friend what he would order to relapse

14. A dog tag Challengehis first Off Broadway play

15. A handwritten story about the Velveteen Rabbit that Kendall reads to her children in a cup. Succession stage

16. One die of one piece production Hughes that Strong did in college, “probably the oldest thing I have,” he says

17. A suit tag that says “Vinny” from The big court

18. Glenn Gould’s first recording of Bach Goldberg Variations on vinyl, which Strong says “would probably be the piece of music I want to listen to if I get the chance to pick the piece of music I want to listen to at the end”

19. A card that says “I Am the Rouletista” from magician Derek DelGaudio’s Off Broadway show In itselfthat DelGaudio specifically sent to Strong

20. A Book of Paintings by Howard Hodgkin

21. Alma Mahler’s Diaries

22. The spectator bird, by Wallace Stegner

23. Inner work: Using dreams and active imagination for personal growth, by Robert A. Johnson

24. The Guardian, by Harold Pinter, Strong’s favorite play

25. The actor and the target, by Declan Donnellan, the book Strong would recommend to young actors “if I could choose a book”

26. Wherever you go, there you are, by Jon Kabat-Zinn

27. four quartets, by TS Eliot

28. A collection of letters from Rainer Maria Rilke, which Strong dismisses, saying, “I already quoted that guy”

29. In Search of Lost Time, by Marcel Proust

30. My battle, by Karl Ove Knausgaard, who is “No. 1 for me”, says Strong

Pointing to a total of 30 things! Without even including the ear ring on her finger.

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