Tyson ritter and kim smith still dating worcesterdating com

17-Aug-2017 16:32

As a classical/show tunes buyer had lunches and dinners with many rising stars the labels were trying to promote. He has a gorgeous voice and was pleasant enough for someone who had just been chased down the street for an autograph (those things were still being done at the time, or perhaps I was a little crazy). Saw Ronald Reagan and Nancy same night as I met Elizabeth Taylor. Met Glen Close when she was a student at William and Mary. Alison Moyet took me out for drinks and then dinner one time as a thank you. Sat at a table next to a very drunk Maureen Stapleton rambling to her maid. It was the 70s and he was super-cute, I couldn't help looking at him. (My work and some other random occurrences led to meeting a good number of prominent people and for whatever reason, I only felt starstruck w. I am a psycho fan of hers and cherished every second of it. She didn't know Cate Blanchett personally but had friends who'd seen her at the supermarket.Perhaps my two most amazing memories (which only fellow eldergays will appreciate) were attending Isaac Stern's 75th birthday party on a yacht circling Manhattan with a starry bunch of old school stars like Comden & Green and Itzhak Perlman eatinf Beluga Caviar, tenderloin and poached salmon, and a reception at the Russian consulate in NYC with the cast of the Met's mid nineties Pique Dame (Hvorostovsky, Mattila, and Gergiev) where I got to spend nearly an hour shooting the shit with legendary opera diva Leonie Rysanek, not knowing she was dying from cancer and left the world not to soon after. It was your standard meet & greet R40 for the release of Diamonds and Pearls. I can only tell you what my (non-gay) roommate said about Mario's reputation on the set and that is that he was a "pussy hound." If he was gay, he was closeted sufficiently well that the rumors were not making the rounds at that time. Not really sure of I should share this here because you are all such bitches! Having worked at a movie studio, I met a lot of em. I don't seek out anyone famous, these were all just random meetings..much for autographs or taking pictures. Bill Clinton, Goldie Hawn, Bob and Elizabeth Dole, Walter Cronkite, Mia Farrow, Ted Danson..two most impressive were Bill Clinton and Walter Cronkite. I was introduced to and shook hands with James Cameron once but there were more important people with me who he actually talked to while I stood there like a dope. I once spoke with one of Cate Blanchett's neighbours from Australia. Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, with whom I shared a resort in Provincetown about ten years ago.Kim was very sweet and had a soft southern lilt in her voice. I was fortunately along His Holiness's path and JP2 was very much into shaking hands with people. Jimmy Carter, Jane Goodall, Richard Branson, Tennessee Williams, Hillary and Bill Clinton, Vincent Price, Marjorie Lord, Guy Madison, Sandy Duncan, Al Gore, Tipper Gore, Debbie Reynolds, Edward Albee, Buzz Aldrin, Tina Turner and Patt I Fucking Page. I was a buyer in the record business for 15 years so quite a few - Most famous was probably a tie between Garth Brooks and Luciano Pavarotti and Prince. Of those, Selma and Joey Lauren were the most "real" and nice. Stood on line behind Stephen Spielberg at the Williams College Bookstore.

Also, his trousers of his suit were all sweaty and baggy at the crotch.... Clinton was very friendly, as was Sting and the members of Blondie. Bette Davis in a Q & A during An Evening with Bette Davis, Jane Fonda when my parents campaigned for Tom Hayden and later at the premiere of Julia, Lily Tomlin backstage at The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Richard Chamberlain at an arts fundraising event, a drunk Rue Mc Clanahan fell over me in a theater aisle and apologized while laughing maniacally before sitting down next to me, John Wayne at John Wayne Airport, Bette Midler at a book signing for A View from a Broad; Robert Smith, Siouxsie Sioux and Rick Nelson backstage; Bill Kenny often visiting my parents, Davey Lopes when he played for the Dodgers... His wife (they're divorced now) looked like the Moon Maiden from Dick Tracy. Monty started out fresh and ready to go each morning but as the day went by he just kept drinking. Which I watched the level of booze go down and down and then he had a fresh bottle.

Marjorie Lord - Was not as fond of Danny Thomas as one would think. Guy Madison - So old he seemed like he was going to die, which he did shortly after I met him. Loved coke but was afraid her nose would collapse "like Liza's did." (Honest)Al Gore, Tipper Gore - She played lovey dovey and it seemed fake. He was likable, smart and stiff and rather full of himself. A friend also was there and didn't know Albee was, and he (trans but didn't mind the "he") quoted a Martha line from VIRGINIA WOOLF with Albee behind him, who laughed out loud. John Houston was angry, he had a megaphone and would talk/yell at everyone.

Debbie Reynolds - HATED being alone and would drag anyone she could find back to her hotel room for drinks and conversation. Marilyn asked me about all of them and was very interested in my answer. I didn't really know who he was, just the angry man with the megaphone.

I saw Bill and Hillary Clinton in Hawaii around 95' or 96', when they were getting off Air Force One. I was in high school and I wasn't really into politics.

I could have got in line and shook his hand, but I didn't want to. We were both at a play we knew cast members in, and we chatted afterwards.If there's ever a fire around here, that album is the first thing I grab! My roommate in Los Angeles was a production assistant on "Saved by the Bell" (yes, this was years ago) and he and Mario would occasionally work out together. Actor Frank Bonner from "WKRP in Cincinatti" in an airport when I was maybe six years old. He is by no means a huge star, but he was a fairly big thing in R&B circles when I met him in the early 2000s. I had a friend who shared an old rundown house with Stipe (no relationship between them); the three of us sat on the living room floor one evening talking. I briefly met, shook hands with, etc., various authors, politicians, etc., over the years.[quote]Toss-up between Mike Tyson and Ray Charles. I've told this before, but I served Ray Charles his birthday cake one year.