Here is a little of Roy's history. He worked in North Hollywood in the early 70s. Since there are so many vain people there, his business provided custom mirrors - big ones. Cloris Leachman threatened to sue him, because he hit her poodle on the head when it wouldn't quit biting him - he was bleeding. Maybe, it liked the taste? She backed down, but Helen Reddy didn't! He and a crew showed up to install a mirror at her place. She was expecting Billie Jean King that day and told him "servants don't use the front entrance." Roy told her they could not safely install the mirror from her rear entrance. She wouldn't change her mind, so he took his crew to another job, missing out on an opportunity to meet the bisexual tennis great. She sued for her deposit back, got no sympathy from the Judge and lost. He installed a mirror for Lou Gossett, Jr., who barbecued for him and his men while they were at his home. Edward James Almos was a buddy, as was Richard Jakel.
Roy's Mom is 100+ years old and going strong. Quite a family and many interesting tales!