Actors spend their days pretending to be other people, so if you want to get a sense of what they’re truly like, start at home. A person’s home is the ultimate expression of their personality, and in the case of acting icon Joan Collins, we are not disappointed. As the Daily News reports, CORE’s Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon have been tapped by the British-born legend (best known for her diva-licious role as Alexis on the wildly popular “Dynasty” soap throughout the ’80s) to sell her apartment in the white-glove co-op building the Dorchester, located at 110 East 57th Street at Park Avenue. The impressive layout boasts 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a formal entrance gallery and grand living and dining rooms that can entertain all your friends… or foes. And it’s all just so Joan. As the Daily News writes:
Full of mirrors, paintings of Collins and photographs of actors such as Cary Grant and Laurence Olivier, the apartment is a 1980s time capsule, with a zebra-covered settee, parquet floors and a toile bedspread that matches the walls.
“The first thing Joan said when we walked in was, ‘I bet you’ll want me to take down all the pictures of me, ’” said Postilio. “Absolutely not. We’re going to glam it up even more.”