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Abraham Lincoln's Benjamin Walker Recalls Bloody Bloody Lap Dancing Memories and His Ballerina Ambitions on the Late Show

Abraham Lincoln's Benjamin Walker Recalls Bloody Bloody Lap Dancing Memories and His Ballerina Ambitions on the Late Show
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Benjamin Walker recalls giving a lap dance to a sleeping patron on Broadway on the 'Late Show.'

Broadway veteran Benjamin Walker stopped by the Late Show for to chat with host David Letterman less then 24 hours after hitting the red carpet for the New York premiere of his action-packed summer thriller Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. After admitting that as a child he hoped to become a ballerina, Jackson revealed that his dancing skills weren't necessarily wasted after headlining the Broadway rock musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. “There’s a point at which I jump off stage and give a unsuspecting patron a lap dance,” he hilariously recalled. “There was one evening an elderly woman had fallen asleep and I woke her up... with my pelvis. And she screamed!” Click on below to learn more about the smooth moves of Benjamin Walker and catch him as Abe Lincoln when his new film hits theaters June 22.

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