by Anjelica Huston

I always thought he was one of the most beautiful men I had ever seen, and I wanted to be his friend. I think I approached him one evening and said, “I think you’re fabulous and I want to be your friend.” And from that moment on, we struck up a kind of wonderful friendship. There were no barriers in terms of our age differences. He was completely available. He joined me for an evening that we did on a dark Monday night at the Mark Taper Forum, to benefit the women of Northern Ireland. He was up for all things good. He was a moral compass for me. He was a guide in a way that my father had been a guide to me. And dearly beloved.