"It was an intervention," said the actor, who had a reputation for serious roles
in successful films, of the failed attempt two decades ago to prevent him from doing low-brow comedy Dumb and Dumber with two rookie directors.
"We're going to stop this. You're not going to do this movie, and we're going to keep you on the Oscar trail," Daniels, 59, remembered his agents saying. They could not foresee that his role as the dimwitted, unemployed dog groomer Harry would become one of his most well-known characters and box office successes.
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