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Evan Marriott says “The 15 minutes is up” but says he’s “in overtime.”

Evan Marriott says “The 15 minutes is up” but says he’s “in overtime.”
Joe Millionaire Evan Marriott says, of his fame, “The 15 minutes is up; it was up months ago.” He qualifies that, telling The Toronto Star that he’s now “in overtime. And as we know, many great events have gone into overtime.” But he goes on to talk about his luck and success with what the paper terms “a surprisingly refreshing perspective.” For example, although he’ll have small roles in two films, he turned down a job with Entertainment Tonight “because he didn’t want to be ‘that guy’ standing on red carpets.

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