Billy Zane sometimes gets “survivor’s remorse” while quarantining in LA, despite not knowing anyone who has perished from the coronavirus.
“It does not have to directly touch my family or friends for it to affect me,” Zane, 54, recently told Page Six. “It doesn’t have to be my blood that moves me every day.”
“This pandemic goes beyond this nation’s borders,” he added. “I think about the homeless, the sick and kids that use school as a safe place.”
But global human suffering isn’t the only thing on Zane’s mind. “I miss going to brunch the most,” he tells us. “Everyone is bright-eyed … lunch can be a little draggy … [and] when people make dinner they’re just getting ready to go home.”
“[But] brunch has a spring in its step. People are out, it’s like the animal kingdom — like the watering hole.”