Jeremy Sisto is a homeless clown dressed in white
Jeremy Sisto, who played the dreamy, swoony, sad and crazy Billy on Six Feet Under and who can currently be seen in Suburgatory (if you're into that kind of thing), is also a singer/songwriter. As opposed to a lot of actors who fancy themselves musicians, he actually has the pipes. He also has some sort of alter-ego nonsense going on. Escape Tailor like to wear white. Artists. So artistic with their art stuff.
artistdirect has this: "For Sisto, music has been "something I've always loved and performed in my own time," and the character of Escape Tailor is something of an alter ego that evolved after he started playing for small audiences in New York. "He's someone who lives wholly in the present, unburdened of social norms and deeply tethered to his own flawed humanity," says Sisto. With his wild hair and blanched face, the character seems equal parts street musician and homeless clown, a ghost "that people look through, like a lot of people on the fringes of society."