Victor Garber
"I love going to the museums. I guess I'm partial to the Metropolitan Museum of Art because every time I go there it just takes my breath away."

Victor Garber’s New York

Victor Garber is an actor and singer who is known for his extensive and acclaimed work in film ('Argo,' 'Milk,' 'Titanic'), stage ('Art,' 'Arcadia,' 'Lend Me a Tenor') and television ('Alias,' 'Deception')

What do you love about New York? 

1. I’m actually a Canadian who came to New York when I was in my 20s to do the movie of Godspell. … I’ve never felt more at home anywhere in the world than I do in New York City, and I still feel that way. I just love the energy. My favorite thing to do is to walk out of my apartment in the Village, walk around and go have dinner. That’s my favorite thing to do. I love when people come from out of town and haven’t really seen New York, and I can just walk.

2. I love the High Line because I live near there. And every time you think, oh I’ve done it, I’ve been there. Then you go and walk on it again and feel like, I’ve never done it before. It’s so beautiful. It’s special. It’s spectacular with all the different kinds of grasses. It’s a beautiful achievement.

3. And I love going to the museums. I guess I’m partial to the Metropolitan Museum of Art because every time I go there it just takes my breath away. I’m kind of partial to the American art section, which I love.

 

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