"It's easy to push too much," says Beveridge, who also worked with a team to fit Damon with a prosthetic to make his nose look wider, a mustache and a wig designed to actually look like it was a toupee. "So when we were putting everything together, we worked toward getting the essence of the character rather than being exact in our interpretation."
Considering all those adjustments, Beveridge was able to put Damon's look together in about 90 minutes each day.
"We worked quickly to make sure it wasn't too much," Beveridge says. "And Matt was a great sport about it."
Spotted: Matt Damon holding Isabella at the Beverly hills hotel! Sporting his Pats hat and chatting about the family.
Today, White is the executive director and co-founder of a standard-setting nonprofit called Water.org. The other co-founder? Matt Damon.
White met Damon at a 2008 meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City. Damon was already involved in relief efforts through the H2O Africa Foundation, which he created in 2006. The actor liked White's ideas. H2O Africa made a grant to WaterPartners, the organization that White had started with the help of St. Bernadette's Catholic Church.
White and Damon stayed in touch. White says Damon is "incredibly knowledgeable about the water and sanitation crisis."
"The devastation is extraordinary," Frank McKenna said from Toronto, where he had been up all night following developments and organizing relief efforts. "A lot of people we have met before, including the UN delegation, appear to be dead. The devastation is complete."
"When I went in 2008, there were 800 people dead, and it was a terrible thing to see," McKenna said a few hours after TD Bank made a $100,000 donation to the Red Cross, an amount quickly matched by RBC. "But this is way beyond that. They are talking about staggering numbers."
In Rothesay, Judith Irving was working hard on Wednesday on relief plans for ONEXONE, for which she serves on the board of directors. The organization is accepting donations on its website to purchase water purification kits, blankets and medical supplies, which will soon be airlifted to Haiti.
Former NY1 star Dominic Carter was sentenced Thursday to a month in jail for punching, kicking and choking his wife at their home in October 2008.
During the sentencing, the judge reportedly gave Carter a copy of an article about actor Matt Damon in which he expresses his views on honesty and humility. Something he said that Carter should focus on.