Blurb: There will never be another Christopher Plummer

To many, Christopher Plummer will forever be immortalized in the role that shot him to superstardom, Captain Von Trapp in Rogers & Hammerstein’s The Sound Of Music alongside Julie Andrews. The Toronto born actor whose versatility brought him to stage and screen including such diverse roles as Russian poet Tolstoy,… Read more“Blurb: There will never be another Christopher Plummer”

Blurb: Helllooo! To Heaven: My thoughts on David Lander’s Passing

Actor David Lander, known to a generation as Andrew “Sqiggy” Sqiggman passed away on Friday December 4th 2020 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of the disease he had been fighting for decades, Multiple Sclerosis. On the sitcom Laverne & Shirley, Lander played one half of the upstairs neighbors of Laverne DeFazio… Read more“Blurb: Helllooo! To Heaven: My thoughts on David Lander’s Passing”

Rodney Dangerfield: Respect At Last

Ask today’s generation, and they probably have never heard of Rodney Dangerfield. I however, was fortunate enough to have been bit by the no respect bug at a tender age. Early Beginnings: Born Jack Roy in a poor working class neighborhood in New York City, Dangerfield developed his trademark self-deprecating… Read more“Rodney Dangerfield: Respect At Last”