Impressionist-actor Frank Gorshin is Actor Michael Moriarty is Actor Max Gail "Barney Miller" is Actress Jane Asher is Singer Agnetha Faltskog Abba is Country singer Troy Gentry Montgomery Gentry is Singer Paula Cole is Country singer Pat Green is Rapper-producer Pharrell Williams is Everyone asks me if I give them advice. No, it's the other way around. They're really picky about who I'm dating. Simpson, acquitted of two sensational murders, is perceived by many to be guilty and may never win Hollywood's forgiveness.
Working against Blake is the fact that his career was pretty much over before the murder charge, and an entire new generation in Hollywood doesn't remember "Baretta. Cannell, who created "Baretta," said there is enough "reasonable doubt" in the Blake case that the public and Hollywood might cut him some slack.
Known as a perfectionist and loner. Skilled at playing tough guys. Please, no villain roles at this time. After six decades as a Hollywood actor, Robert Blake, best known as the Emmy-winning s television detective Baretta, would like to get back to work.
His friend of 30 years, publicist Dale Olson, says that since the acquittal, Blake has received more than a dozen job offers, although he declines to discuss specific producers or projects. He's definitely in the public eye. The other day, I went to the Farmers Market in L. Ted Turner, was cheating on her. She put the pieces together while sitting in a car waiting for Turner at CNN Center in downtown Atlanta when she spotted Turner's lunchtime conquest hiding behind a pillar.
But the passages about Fonda's relationship with Turner may prove most irresistible for Southern readers. When Fonda 1 informed him that "dating was the furthest thing from my mind," she writes that Turner replied, "I know just how you feel. I just broke up with my mistress. Fonda agreed on three conditions: After an amicable divorce, Fonda decided to remain in Atlanta.
Explaining her newfound love for the South, Fonda writes, "Most of my life I had lived in sophisticated, relatively privileged coastal cities like Los Angeles and New York. I had grown weary of criticism about , people in those places being elitists, out of touch with the American mainstream It had taken my move to Georgia to show me that those criticisms were at least partly true.
And where else can you hear expressions like 'frog strangler' and 'lower than a pregnant duck? If I walk out of the courthouse, you trust me, I'll go out and earn a living, and I'll square it with you. If I don't, if I go to Folsom, you take whatever's left and happy days.
Hugh Grant can be caught with a hooker or Eddie Murphy can pick up a transvestite, and studios won't think twice about giving them leading roles. But if an actor is accused of a heinous crime, and the perception is the star did it, it's a different matter.
I don't think, in the beginning, they'll give him his own series. There aren't that many places for someone his age. After all, Bernstein noted, Farrah Fawcett is now doing one. This year she's doing the reality show. It's like when she did the Playboy cover she got seven figures for that. She did two of them. Welkos, Los Angeles Times ued. In fact, his last role was in the David Lynch film "Lost Highway," and he wasn't the star. Rocker Tommy Lee and actress Halle Berry were both able to overcome their arrests Lee for domestic abuse, Berry for felony hit-and-run by going public and admitting their mistakes.
She faced up to it squarely. Their debut, "Silent Alarm," continues the breakthrough of their self-titled EP with exuberant choruses, occasional digital effects and lyrics seesawing between the political and romantic. Named for an article about earthquake warning systems.
Lead singer Kele Okereke has a fairly distinct, higher-pitched voice think a more tenacious "Seventeen Seconds"-era Robert Smith and oddly, his strength lies in hi3 ability to not quite hit notes, lending the music its uneasy feel. Opener "Like Eating Glass" propels the album with panicking guitars and Okereke yelping: Of the slower songs, "This Modern Love" is the most sentimental, with Okereke asking: Some dated backing vocal parts and cliched lyrical choices are the only lapses in momentum.
For the most part this breed of British post-punk has hardly been done better. The cowboys in the old West, too. It's all part of the same thing," and he can't imagine doing anything else. He's in pain, he's doing oxygen the elder Knievel has a lung disease , and I ask him, 'Dad, why do you keep doing this to yourself? I like it when it looks like an ocean of heads. Knievel will have close to 10 chances to tempt fate this year, most of them on "Knievel's Wild Ride.
Bye-bye costume dramas, hello reality TV. Yes, son of Evel, leaper of cars, canyons and such. He smiles broadly, laughs easily and seems to thrive on the attention brought by "Knievel's Wild Ride. There's a lot of bleeping.