Is Lindsay Lohan the Lenny Bruce of young Hollywood? According to Tony Bennett, she could be. Page Six says the crooner recently gave his two cents on the subject of Lohan's downward spiral, recalling, "Woody Allen's manager, Jack Rollins, used to handle Lenny Bruce, who was a brilliant comedian, but was hooked on heroin. He said something that changed my life. He said: 'He sinned against his talent.' It affected me so much that I just got rid of everything." Bruce was found dead at age 40 on his bathroom floor, with a syringe and other narcotics paraphernalia scattered about. The 85-year-old added, "these young stars should learn how to celebrate life, feel good about living, and do what they love... they won't end up doing something that will kill them."
Tony Bennett Compares Lohan to Lenny
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