Milo Ventimiglia Confesses to Banksy Inspired Prank on “Gilmore Girls” Set
In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Milo Ventimiglia admitted to being the mastermind behind a Banksy-inspired prank on the set of “Gilmore Girls.” Ventimiglia, who played the lovable Jess Mariano on the popular show, revealed that he was inspired by the mysterious British street artist.
The prank involved creating a fake Banksy-style graffiti piece on the set of the show. Ventimiglia and some of the crew members worked together to create the piece, which featured a portrait of his character Jess with the words “I’m back” written above it.
How it Was Done
Ventimiglia explained that they used stencils to create the piece and that he even got a few actors from the show to help him add some finishing touches. “We would tweak it every day and make it look better,” he said.
The prank went unnoticed for a few days until a member of the art department stumbled upon it. “They thought it was the craziest thing they had ever seen,” Ventimiglia recalled. “They were like, ‘Who did this?!'”
Although the prank caused a bit of a stir on the set, Ventimiglia said that everyone found it to be a hilarious joke. “It was just a fun thing to do,” he said.
Ventimiglia is not the only person to be inspired by the enigmatic Banksy. The artist, whose identity remains a mystery, has influenced countless artists and pranksters around the world.
Milo Ventimiglia’s confession about the Banksy-inspired prank he pulled on the “Gilmore Girls” set is a great reminder of the fun that can be had when creativity and humor come together. While it may have caused a bit of a stir initially, the prank was ultimately harmless and brought some levity to the set.
It also highlights the influence that Banksy has had in inspiring people to think outside the box and push creative boundaries. Who knows how many other Banksy-inspired pranks have been pulled around the world?