Tom Cruise's wild days: Risky business's hidden dangers 

When Tom Cruise, a then-rising star in Hollywood, played the legendary role of Joel Goodson in Risky Business,  

it was the early 1980s. Through the insightful memoir of Curtis Armstrong, we get to see another side of Cruise's life during the film's development. 

The actor who portrayed Miles Dalby, Curtis Armstrong, offers some startling anecdotes from the 1983 album. 

Armstrong remembers Cruise as a budding actor who presented himself as a devout newcomer who was engrossed in a Bible study. 

Armstrong's account, on the other hand, paints a very different picture, describing a life that is very different from the pious image that is presented: "Tom's door opened and another girl came out, 

adjusting her hair."The contrast between Cruise's public image and personal behavior reveals a great deal about the difficulties of becoming a rising celebrity. 

Armstrong describes how Cruise balanced his pious persona with a fairly active personal life, 

observing with a mixture of laughter and shock that "this was a young man who knew something about time management and understood how to successfully juggle Bible study and b—jobs."

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