ANDERSON: I interviewed her for a radio
junket near Los Angeles. At the time, I was a young radio
stringer for a Houston Radio Station, and I was interviewing
Pamela about Baywatch. The location was the Century Plaza
in Century City, CA. She was so sweet. This was well before
she there ever was a Tommy Lee.
radio junket was for television celebrities to
promote their new Fall T.V. shows. I ask celebrities
for their photos during the junket - and that included
Ms. Anderson. I must admit I hadn't seen her in Playboy
or on Baywatch, but what I remember is taking a photo
with her. Oh that photo!! She squeezed me tightly
close to her side. Wow!! I felt like she was telling
me "Hey, Dummy, I think you're charming,
ask me out on a date" - why didn't I go for it
!!. Too busy getting the story, I suppose. Crazy me...I
live to regret it - in my dreams! Nevertheless, if I
ever see her again, I can assure you that I won't miss
my chance a second time. I'll say Pamela,"
I'm still single and I'm interested, if you are!"
I know she and Tommy Lee reconciled, so I wish Pamela,
much happiness for her, her husband and her children.
She truly is a vision of loveliness and honestly I can
tell she has a warm and loving heart. Finally, Pamela,
I never thought you needed the breast implants and applaud
your actions you were already a beautiful person beyond
the exterior. My intuition can and did tell me. Again,
best to you and yours.
CANDY: We met at
the premiere party of "Only The Lonely". He
was incredibly gracious, kind, warm and funny. The party
was held at a bar in Westwood near U.C.L.A. I remember
Mr. Candy having a cigarette in one hand and a drink in
the other. There was a group of us all exchanging jokes
and one-liners with Mr. Candy. I remember bumming a cigarette
from Mr. Candy. He grabbed the packet from his pocket
and shook out a cigarette for me. I don't smoke, but I
still took one, just for the Hell of it, and, of course,
passive smoking is worse than smoking, isn't it? I didn't
want him know I was a bigger fan than he was in size,
so I didn't ask for his autograph instead, compromised
with a Candy cigarette because it would give me the same
felt like the victory cigarette Nicholas Cage had fought
for in "FACE-OFF" - except I wasn't
beaten to death. By the way, my priest, at St. Monica's
Catholic Church Father Michael Rocha was in the movie
"FACE-OFF" acting as himself - a priest. It's
not what you know, but who you know. He knows director
John Woo. Nevertheless, I remember suggesting
to Father that he should live up to the old Hollywood
saying "Once you act or obtain a position of power
in Hollywood movies, you must begin to pave the
path for your family and friends to get into the entertainment
field also". I said "Come on, Padre, am I
not a friend?" He chuckled, patted me on the shoulder,
and said "In time, my son." Thanks Dad, but
I'm still waiting!
to Mr. Candy. If there was only one Hollywood Celebrity
I was able to meet, it would always be Mr.John Candy.
Maybe it was his Hollywood Image as a nice guy and average
Joe. I think its what endeared him to me and of course
many others. My experience with him didn't change my
mind. Candy's heart was as large as he was. I loved
the movie "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles"!
Mr.Candy said in the movie "I like me, my wife
likes me, my customers like me..." Mr.Candy I liked
you too! I'm sorry he's gone, but I'm thankful for the
wonderful memories of him in film.
Martin had acted in the John Hughes movie, but
I have yet to have the good fortune of meeting him.
I hope someday to meet Mr.Martin and yes of course,
I'd love to act in a movie with him!
all the places to meet Ed Asner, I met him at a strip
club in Portland, Oregon back in 1990. I was travelling
north on McLauglin Blvd., now MLK Blvd., and spotted the
Acropolis club. It was well known not only for its ladies,
but also for its ribs. I was feeling a bit famished and
frisky, so I decided to stop in for ribs, both kinds.
So, I sat off stage right and ordered my ribs. While waiting
and enjoying the view, I start speaking with the girls
on stage. One of the girls said "Steve, look over
there. It's Ed Asner." When I had finished eating
my dinner, I walked over to center stage, got out my dollar,
and prepared to slip it in the g-string, but Ed stopped
me. Well, OK, he wasn't wearing a g-string, but he was
admiring or lusting after the gorgeous gals and one ugly
one. He motioned for me to sit down or maybe just to stop
blocking his view. I sat down, regardless of what he'd
intended, and told him how much I enjoyed his work on
the Mary Tyler Moore and Lou Grant shows. I said I was
about to embark on my own journey to Los Angeles in an
all-out effort to become an entertainer. He urged me to
never be discouraged. He told me he didn't make it as
an actor until he was 40 years old. He gave me his business
card and told me to let him know when I arrived in La
La Land. I did. Ed even wrote back a couple of times,
and I've met him several times since. One of those times,
I ran into him at a premiere party in Hollywood for a
Bette Midler show. I was with one of my brothers, who
was visiting from Portland. I'm the youngest of 8 children,
and sometimes it's hard for an older brother to believe
his baby can do anything bigger or better than he. In
this case, his youngest brother has met so many celebrities.
So it was perfect when Ed Asner spotted me from across
theroom and waved. Portland Oregon is no hick or hayseed
town, but I could tell my brother was amazed. I introduced
my brother to Ed and we exchanged some small talk. Ed
repeated his encouragement to continue after my acting/singing
dreams. I'm still trying! I'm almost 40 and no one has
given me a chance to strut my stuff. Can you set me up,
I met Nicole at the premiere party of "Mission Impossible".
What a beautiful lady. I had recently seen the movie in
which she played an icy protagonist who was eventually
iced-cubed to death. I told her how much I hated her character
in that movie, and how. I hoped she would act as a heroine
in her next movie. She said she had some in the pipeline.
Her movie "Eyes Wide Shut" opened recently.
I just remember how sweet she treated me at the party.
We chatted for a while, but, of course, a handsome guy
like me could lead a jealous husband to throw up some
interference. Just as I was saying "Waiter, could
you get us a couple of drinks? I'll have rum and coke,
and for you, my vision of loveliness, Nicole?" Tom
Cruise showed up. Shortly thereafter, Tom's bodyguard
forcibly removed me. I have to come clean again. If the
truth be known, I wasn't removed. We all just laughed,
exchanged some more small talk, now with Tom, and then
I politely excused myself to continue schmoozing. You
should know that my friends call me "SchMozena"
for all the celebrities and Hollywood powerhouses I've
met. By the way, did you see me in the movie "Eyes
Wide Shut"? I played the mirror. Anyway, Nicole and
Tom, I'm out here and available to act with you in an
upcoming film. Remember, we're peers...at least in age.
If you are wondering how I got into that party, that's
another great story in and of itself.
I met Ms.Applegate at a charity race in front of the Virgin
building on Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. We spoke for about
20minutes. I was surprised to see her without her makeup.
She plays of course the buxom blond bimbo on "Married
With Children", but without makeup, she looked like
a sweet, homespun girl. Our conversation covered many
topics, but eventually we came around to the subject of
breaking into the entertainment field as an actor. I mentioned
to her how hard I'd tried. With encouraging words, she
attributed the chance to act in Hollywood to 99.9 percent
luck and one-tenth talent. She said she couldn't have
predicted the Fox show, "Married With Children",
would be such a phenomenal success. She truly hoped someone
would give me a chance, or better still, more than one.
She made me feel good. Thank you. Kudos to you, Christine,
and continued success. I hope someday our paths cross,
and we can work together as actors in a film.
SPELLING: I had seen Mr. Spelling at a
couple of Hollywood parties, but I never conversed with
him until he launched a tour around the country to promote
his autobiography. I bought his book, and waited in a
lengthy line to have him autograph it. Wow! He has produced
and continues to produce many of the television shows
I watched during my childhood, young adulthood, and adulthood.
I knew he had the power to give me my big break. I remember
tossing out a one-liner that sent him and his group reeling
with laughter. I mentioned my sorority script to him.
He said he would love to have it read and told me who
to send it to. I did. He autographed my copy of his book,
saying "Steve, you would be perfect for Melrose Place."
I was so happy. Maybe now I'd get the opportunity to display
my talent and work with Heather! I spoke to Mr. Spelling's
secretary, who told me I could send my headshot and resume
to casting, but added that Mr. Spelling writes comments
like that for everybody. "He's just a nice old man,"
she said. Ouch. I'd struck out. My script was subsequently
CAST: I have met several of the
cast members for "90210". Mr. Spelling's daughter,
Tori, has always been very nice to me. Ian, who plays
Steve, told me that he had seen my bus bench advertisements
and wished me luck. And Brian Greene. What a nice guy.
I interviewed him for the Fall T.V. radio junket and had
my picture taken with him. I subsequently sent a nice
note to him and included our photo. He went so far as
to have his assistant call me and personally thank me
for taking the time to send the photo. She said he appreciated
the kind words. Brian, thank you for making me feel good.
I hope someday I get the opportunity act with you in T.V.
or film....You have style!
I met Ms. Sheedy at Cowboy Sushi in Westwood near
U.C.L.A. At the time, I lived nearby and would occasionally
drop in and dine alone, knowing full well that I was outgoing
enough to enjoy the other patrons' company. At the time,
I remembered having seen Ms. Sheedy in several films,
though I had enjoyed her performance in "Short Circuit"
the most. Instantly, there was a connection. I was seated
right next to Ms. Sheedy and her girlfriend. We chatted
like old friends. I was wearing my signature cap, my name
emblazoned on the front, and she thought it was cute.
She asked me to make her one and gave me the address and
phone number of a girlfriend to send her personalized
cap. I did. I haven't seen her since, but I'm sure she
loves her cap. She was definitely a sweetheart, and I
would like to act in film with her some day.
STALLONE: I met Mr. Stallone at one of
Elton John's Oscar Parties. The place I believe is called
the Maple Leaf. We were in a small room together with
a couple of couches. Elton was off to the side discussing
the party with his staff. Here I was in a room with
Mr. Stallone, his wife Jennifer and his bodyguard.
As Jennifer went off to call her mother, I believe in
France, I had a chance to speak to Mr. Stallone alone
for about 20 minutes. I spoke to him about a variety of
mentioned that I knew his first agent Craig Rumar.
Mr. Rumar was the one who initially pushed me to write
and complete my true-life story as an out-of-work disk
jockey who ends up living in a college sorority with
70 women. Mr. Stallone said what made his initial Rocky
script different was that it encompassed two key issues:
"Love and Redemption". Upon reflection, my
impression of Mr. Stallone was extremely favorable.
He is a very intelligent man. As we continued to speak,
he said to me "You're an ambitious young man."
Since our first meeting, I have always appreciated those
words as I continue my quest to entertain the public.
I truly hope someday that I get the opportunity to act
in a movie with him.
SEAGAL: I met Mr. Seagal outside of
Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA. just before
a movie premiere. In a related meeting, I had met Bruce
Malmuth who had directed him in the fantastic flick
"Hard To Kill".We met at Kinko's - of all
places in Los Angeles. He asked me why I liked Mr. Seagal.
First, I thought maybe it was all that time I
spent when I was younger watching
those David Carradine Kung Fu T.V. shows .
thought for a moment more, it really is the gentle but
strong spirit projected through his tough Hollywood
image. At the premiere, I would discover that Mr.
Seagal had obviously been influenced from
his time spent in Japan and his study of Aikido. He
actually lived up to the image created through his films
by Hollywood and I have been lucky to have spoken with
him several times since.
outside this premiere, I struck up a conversation with
him. I remember how intently he focused on what I had
to say. The 6 foot 4 inch gentle spirited man listened
as I explained a story idea for an action film. I called
the story "Cleaning Up, America" and the sequel
"Cleaning Up, the World". The hero in my story
saves America from crimes against the environment by
you're a Seagal film fan, you will notice in his subsequent
films after "Hard To Kill", he has had a couple
of action movies with environmental themes. Just maybe
in a small way, I helped him make his film choices.
In a related story to Mr. Seagal, I attended a Academy
Awards pictorial retrospective at the Academy of Motion
Pictures and Arts on Wilshire Avenue in Los Angeles.
It was a behind-the-scenes photos from last year's Oscar's.
a couple of the photos at the exhibit, Mr. Seagal was
prominently displayed but the placard associated with
them had his last name spelled incorrectly. The exhibit
had already run for days without anyone catching the
error. Immediately, I took the sign down and brought
it to the host security guard and suggested he get Mr.
Seagal's name corrected because it wasn't wise to get
the Aikido-Expert Mr. Seagal angry. Who knows what he
would do! We laughed. Anyway, there's a saying "be
careful what you ask for, you may just get it"
Well, I'm asking to act in a movie with Mr.Seagal. By
the way, Mr.Seagal and I do have one thing in common
with you ....our first names.
SCHWARZENEGGER: I have met Mr.Schwarzenegger
at least twenty times at movie premiere parties and I've
enjoyed our chats. I've also seen him at my local Catholic
Church in Santa Monica. I remember the first time I spotted
him. I was standing at the back of the church during mass,
my having arrived as usual, just a little late...
walked in alone and stood next to me. I remember thinking
to myself, "Wow, I'm taller than Arnold!!."
I'm about six foot one and he's about five foot eleven.....although
he's just a little more muscular than me... just a little.....
remember again standing at the back of the church once
as he walked in a late, again. I remember I had queried
the priest about this because he knows Mr.Schwarzenegger
personally. The Pastor explained Mr. Schwarzenegger's
tardiness. Apparently he arrives late for two reasons,
- so he can worship without drawing too much attention
to himself, and also, as a devoted father, Mr. Schwarzenegger
was dropping his children off at the church daycare.
mass was in still in progress. When it came to collection
time and the basket was passed around the congregation,
Mr. Schwarzenegger tossed in twenty dollars. When
it came passed me, I tossed in forty. Wait
a minute, I wasn't playing poker with one of the world's
biggest stars, or was I?.... Back to the church service...it's
LEVINSON: He made a movie about me named
"Jimmy Hollywood". The film is about an aspiring
actor who advertises himself on one bus bench to try to
obtain work as a legitimate actor. Either great minds
think alike or it's just a mere coincidence he made the
movie when just outside his production office, right next
to the main entrance of Paramount Studios, were two of
my bus benches advertising me as an aspiring actor. The
character had little resemblance to me, other than the
fact that he advertised on a bus bench. I advertised on
as many as 24 benches. Twice, I surrounded the building
during the Academy Awards with my advertisements. The
character, Jimmy, had absolutely no experience in acting
or entertaining. I do. I was present at the premiere party
and chatted briefly with Mr. Levinson. Whether or not
Mr. Levinson was influenced by my advertisements, I did
not ask. Nor did I ask the courts to decide that issue
for the benefit of money or credit. In Hollywood, if you
sue someone, even for a legitimate reason, you get blackballed.
It's a tight knit community. People in tinsel town don't
want trouble to upset the establishment. It's not unlike
what happened during the McCarthy era when the political
system blacklisted many Hollywood celebrities as communists
or traitors. The witch hunt ruined many a promising career.
So, instead of asking for trouble, I asked Mr. Levinson
to give me an opportunity to perform in one of his future
productions. I'm not waiting by the telephone, but honor
and integrity dictate he will give me a chance, even if
it's only to deliver one word.
Entertainment Tonight had a segment on my pursuit
to be a working actor. They used a picture of me and my
personalized cap for the story's cover picture. I knew
the personalized cap was a great idea. After the airing
of the E.T. story, so did many other entrepreneurs. Today,
at Universal City Walk at Universal Studios, there are
even a couple of carts which makes personalized caps,
selling approximately a hundred a day at $20 each for
I've met Mr. Clooney a couple of dozen times. Just like
his character on "E.R.", Mr. Clooney is affable
and charming. We always exchange some small talk. At one
Emmy's Governor's Ball, we had a photo taken together.
Oh, by the way, Steven Spielberg was sitting right next
Mr. Clooney at that Ball, but that's another celebrity
story. Anyway, George was very nice and lots of laughs.
I said to myself it would be fun to work with him, so
I sent my headshot and resume to E.R.'s casting several
times. No response, with or without my talent agent. I
have met numerous people who work with the show. Why haven't
I been give a chance? I've been in the medical industry.
I've taken acting classes. How does anyone know if you
are good if you never get a chance to prove what you can
do? I hope someday I'll get the opportunity to act on
ER and, since George left ER, I like to additionally act
with Mr. Clooney in film. Continued success Mr. Clooney.
I tried numerous times to be cast for the "E.R."
show. I thought that I'd be perfect as a regular cast
member on the show. My father owned a hospital and physician
supply company, and I worked for my father's company
many years. My dad died during my college years, so
my family sold the company, but, after I graduated from
college, I was hired by a hospital supply company as
a salesman. Even today, I still know hundreds of medical
products and their respective manufacturers. I used
this medical knowledge to later develop my persona as
"Dr." Steve, a morning radio personality in
Phoenix, Arizona. To add zest to the character, I dressed
in a lab coat and scrubs for my publicappearances. My
doctor's bag donned my name as well as the radio station's
logo. Many people believed my Schick. Still, deep down,
I knew that what I really wanted was to act and especially
sing, so I eventually returned to Los Angeles.
I had met Mr. Travolta at the premiere party for the
Apollo 13. What a extremely nice fellow! He introduced
me to his wife then talked about his religion Scientology.
I had mentioned to him that I had once taken an I.Q.
test and scored 164 - supposedly genius level
and although suspect, I left the Hollywood Scientology
headquarters with a smile on my face. I said I didn't
believe the outcome of the test. Mr.Travolta assured
me of its accuracy.
What an incredibly nice guy. He always remembers my name
and will literally wave to me across a crowded room. I'd
had only met him once, but I could tell he had a great
memory for names. Since then, I must have seen him another
dozen times, and he always remembers my name.
nice when a person and especially a big celebrity, makes
you feel important by remembering your name. During
one of our conversations, I mentioned I'd like to see
him in more action films. I loved "Passenger 57".
"Always Bet on Black".
said he would work on it. Since then, he has acted in
a number of action films, including the new film "Blade."
Did he actually listen to me or is it just a coincidence?
He's as funny as he is in the movies. I've met Mr. Carrey
on several occasions. He's extremely courteous. At the
"Liar, Liar" premiere party, we spoke for about
10 minutes. I mentioned I'd like to act with him in a
buddy movie like Jeff Daniels had done in "Dumb and
humble beginnings, Mr.Carrey makes now about 20 million
dollars a movie. Can you even imagine that! I told him
that maybe someday we would work together and be the
'million-dollar men'. As our conversation progressed,
I just had to mentioned that I was a former Phoenix
morning radio personality who ended up living in a college
sorority with 70 women for an entire year. In a flash
he quipped back, "Sounds like you already had your
payday!" We laughed.
What inspired me to advertise at the risk of my reputation?
A man I respect once said "Early to bed, early to
rise, work hard and advertise!" His name is Ted Turner,
and I took his message to heart. In addition, two of my
brothers, one lawyer the other a doctor, became extremely
successful by being on the cutting edge of advertising
in their respective fields. I thought I would do the same
for acting. I devised a marketing survey, gathered the
information and produced the final copy and picture for
the bus benches. It's too bad it didn't work.
say my reputation was actually tarnished by the movie
"Jimmy Hollywood". I certainly have had no
acting work generated since the movie was released.
Added to that, the advertisement only generated calls
to be cast in pornos, gay pornos, and as a pedophile
on the X-Files. I dared to be different. I'm not afraid
to be ridiculed. I'm sure someone with the power to
cast me in Hollywood film or TV has guts to give me
Turner, here I am, advertising again. I look forward
to meeting you someday.
the way, if you would like to read related newspaper
articles aobut the bus benches, check the Archives of
Times. Search for my name Steve
What a cutie! Unfortunately, she was with her then-husband
Renny Harlan. Wow, what a tall woman - especially in heels!
I'm six foot plus and I'd say she was bit taller than
me in the pumps. She was extremely nice. But I felt uncomfortable
speaking to her with husband standing by. I kept our conversation
close and personal, she has a beautiful smile, face
and figure. If I made a wish, not only would I like
a 'Long Kiss Goodnight', but of course, I'd like to
star opposite Ms.Davis in her next film. God, she's
It's true he really is a very nice guy. I've met Mr.Hanks
at a number of different events. I even helped to photograph
him with other celebrities, friends and fans. We chatted
at an event held at the Beverly Hill's Hilton Ballroom.
I was donning my tuxedo and also had my personalized baseball
exchange some small talk while I worked the cameras. Then,
we joked about my cap and I mentioned that'd sent one
to Ms. Marshall. He said he'd love one too! So, I sent
him one with his name on it...for free. I haven't seen
Mr. Hanks since, but I'd like to know if his personalized
cap is the right size and color? Just kidding!
I must admit that every time I have seen him since,
there is always a crowd around him and yet he's always
very charming, humorous and entertaining. I'd love to
act in a movie with him of course...... who wouldn't?
I met Mr. Hasselhoff a couple of times. He's tall -
about six foot four. The second time I met him was at
the "True Lies" premiere. When I introduced
myself to him he was extremely nice.As we chatted. I
brought up the fact that, I was the aspiring actor who
advertised himself on bus benches to try to obtain work.
Two of my brothers, one a lawyer, the other a doctor,
had become wealthy because they were one of the
first to advertise in their respective professions:
law and medicine. I thought I'd give it a try with the
called a 150 Casting Directors and ask what was the
single most important reason they hired talent? The
top three reasons were first the LOOK.... I guess make-up
artists aren't really needed in Hollywood.... the TALENT
and finally the acting ABILITY. Subsequently, I created
an advertisement for bus benches and placed them strategically
outside all the major Hollywood Studios, using the information
I had obtained. Along with the marketing/advertising
copy, I added a full-body photo of myself on every bench.
In fact, for two years, I placed 12 of them around the
building the day and night before the Academy Awards.
I told Mr. Hasselhoff that I had basically received
the following calls from my 'bus bench' advertisements
- people who wanted me to act in pornos.... gay porno's
at that! Then Howard Gordon called from the X-Files
and asked me to read for the role of a Pedophile. Ugh!
once was told the difference between a star and superstar.
The fellow gave the example of the actors GEORGE KENNEDY
and GENE HACKMAN. He said George said yes to all acting
roles, but Gene had learned to say no and to discriminate
for roles. What happened to each? Mr. Kennedy is now
paid six figures and Mr. Hackman is paid seven figures.
As I progressed with my story, Mr. Hasselhoff
laughed and said he had a couple of acting roles with
his show "Baywatch". After he finished
chuckling, he promised I wouldn't have to act
as a pedophile in his show. Then, he reached into his
pocket, gave me his business card, and asked me to send
a headshot and resume to his office. I did. In fact,
I saw him again literally filming right out in front
of my beachfront apartment. He asked me again to send
my headshot and resume. I did.
finally Mr. Hasselhoff ...I'm ready for 'that role'
in your show...I could even just start out with one
word like "Help!" and perhaps you could have
one of your bathing beauties in a red swim suit, rescue
me...I'd definitely would be the envy of my men
friends and men worldwide, just like when I lived in
the sorority with 70 women!
I met the Director of Mr.Candy's movie "Only The
Lonely" at the premiere party. Although I made a
faux pas. I didn't know him or the name, Chris Columbus.
Initially thought he was joking when he told me his name.
I said I sail that ship with you, I'm Santa Maria. Well,
a male assistant made me feel like shoe sole dirt for
not knowing who Mr. Columbus was. Nevertheless, Mr. Columbus
was extremely gracious and spoke to me for about fifteen
hey Hollywood, give me a break! This was after all,
the first premiere party I had attended and I wasn't
plugged into the Hollywood scene like I am now. Our
paths have not crossed for years, but I know if I ever
get the opportunity to be an actor in one of Mr.Columbus'
future films, I would jump enthusiastically at the offer.
He had made me feel good even though at our first meeting,
I had literally...'stubbed my social toe!'...
Famous for starring in "Cocoon, Police
Academy, Short Circuit, Three Men and A Baby"
and so on. I spotted him at a restaurant in Los Angeles.
He kept glancing periodically at me. I didn't know why
he was looking, although it was ironic because I'm still
one of the masses and he's a celebrity.
wondered what was up, so I approached him and his lady
who were dining together. I said "..Steve can I
help you?.. You keep looking my way? Do I have poor
manners?..Have I dribbled my food?"... "No"
he said..." I like your cap Steve."
Instantly, I knew he had noticed my personalized baseball
cap.What a buzz!! Mr. Guttenberg thought it was great.
My 'cap' was starting to become a celebrity in it's
asked if I would send him and his lady a cap each with
their respective names printed on them. I did...for
free. We continued our conversation and spoke about
my script "The Candy Store" based on my true-life
story as an out-of-work disc jockey who ended up living
in a college sorority with 70 women for a year. He thought
it was a great idea. Later, maybe he'd like the opportunity
to produce and star in it with me. Mr.Guttenberg, the
offer's still open. In fact, I have arrange with
a top Hollywood movie financing bank for Negative-Pick-Up-Financing
for the film. Interested? Can we work together?
I met Mr. Farley at a party, donning black DrewCarey type
rimmed glasses. Actually, I had never seen him in glasses,
so I was a bit surprised. I was attending a lively premiere
party. That night, Mr. Farley was 1, 000, 000 volts of
energy. In fact, he was wound up like a top,who's string
had just been released. He was 'bouncing off the walls'
everywhere at the party. We chatted briefly as he spun
around the room. Among other things, we talked about all
the beautiful women in Los Angeles - although I
know L.A. isn't the only city in the USA to corner that
was surprised to learn, one of the priests at my church
befriended Mr. Farley. In fact, he said Mr. Farley would
call and ask the Father to dinner every now and again.
Mr. Farley had even called the priest while he was enrolled
in a Diet Center. Of course, the priest declined Mr.
Farley's generous offer. However, in the same way, I
believe I do understand Mr. Farley when he wanted to
gather friends together for a good dinner and conversation.
I like that too! I love cooking and sharing it with
friends. Moreover, I'm fortunate because I live
right next to Venice Beach with a beautiful view of
the ocean. Mr.Farley if you were alive, I surely would
have extended an invitation for you and your friends
to dinner. God be with you.
I've met her a couple of times. What I remember most of
all about Ms.Marshall is that she liked my baseball cap.
It has my name on the front it. I call it my cap with
zap! She ask me if I could get her one with her name on
it. I did...of course for free. I've seen her since and
she said she enjoyed wearing it. I like to sit there and
imagine that when she directed "A League of Their
Own" with Tom Hanks and Geena Davis, she was wearing
hey Ms.Marshall, when you're directing your next movie,
I'll certainly make myself available for a speaking