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Series creator David Mitch: Star was
"a fascinating person, someone who
wasnt typically associated in the popular
imagination with the West."

Milch wanted the actor to bring to his
levelheaded character, albeit in a subtle
way. Hawkes' Star is an assimilationist
who "goes along to get along" and has
keenly honed survival skills, "no doubt
enhanced by centuries of Jewish persecu-
tion, and ramped up by the outlaw com-
munity. of Deadwood," the actor said.
"So when my character goes into a
new place for the first time, he always
knows where the exit is, as if he has
eyes in the back of his head."
The fictional Star also avoids cussing,
which is telling in a town where exple-
tives indicate just how far a person is
willing to go to protect himself. Milch
— who said the swearing is historically
accurate — sees Sol's refusal to cuss as
part of his survival strategy, a "submis-
sive posture that suggests, 'You'll have
no trouble from me.
Nor does the character bat an eyelash
when the notorious Swearengen tells
him, "I love you people. You make $5
before I've gotten out of bed and taken
a p—." Milch compared the comment
to the kind of ignorance-based preju-
dice he encountered while living with
rodeo cowboys to research the show.
So given Milch's interest in vice, will
Deadwood explore the darker side of Sol
Star, who encountered his share of
scandal as the town's postmaster?
"Well, he got fired and accused of
theft," Milch said in his gravelly voice,
"so I think you're entitled to all those
expectations."



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