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I had initially listed this article as "in need of attention," but after cutting a ton of meaningless nonsense and repetitive junk (evidently written by the fanboy above me) I am relisting it as simply "not verified." I think the article itself is a lot better now; though still far from perfect, at least it's somewhat wikified. If anyone has a decent sourced photo or can fact-check this, it would be appreciated. Kafziel 00:42, 22 December 2005 (UTC)
Looks like everything here is verifiable. I put a cite on the incident where he broke his orbial bone and checked the rest w/ IMDB. The other POV and doubtful stuff seem to gone, or at least minimized. So I've taken the verify tag off for now. Kafziel 16:25, 19 January 2006 (UTC)