My first exposure to my newest interview subject, Sandy Helberg, came through the movie Spaceballs, where he memorably played the character of Dr. Schlotkin, the plastic surgeon who was going to give Princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga) her old nose back if King Roland (Dick Van Patten) didn’t turn over the
I go back a long way with my next interview subject’s work. I first saw Joanna Cassidy in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, which I saw at the age of 5 with my family at a drive-in double feature with Big Top Pee-wee. Ms. Cassidy’s work in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
My first exposure to my newest interview subject’s work came from the late 80s to the early 90s. I saw Stuart Pankin on both HBO’s Not Necessarily The News, where he played anchorman Bob Charles and many other characters, and ABC’s Dinosaurs, where he provided the voice of Earl Sinclair.
One of the first TV shows to make an impression on me was Pee-wee’s Playhouse, and my newest interview subject, George McGrath, played a large part in making it so memorable. Whether he was voicing Globey or writing episodes of the show, George McGrath helped make a big impact on
When I was five years old, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour was revived for CBS. I was a little too young to understand the humor, but I can recall watching the reunion special that served as the pilot. That was my first introduction to my newest interview subject, Leigh French.
My first exposure to my newest interview subject, Linda Carol, came when I purchased the DVD of Reform School Girls in 2001. Her work as Jenny, one of the innocents behind bars at Pridemore, really made an impact on me. Many years later, I befriended Linda Carol, shown in the
My newest interview subject, Lori Lethin, has been a Facebook friend of mine for several years. I reached out with a friend request because I liked her work in the movie Bloody Birthday, but there’s more to Lori Lethin than that film. She had many acting credits from the 70s
A few months back, I wrote the article 15 90s Things I Like. One of the projects I mentioned was Dick Tracy, and my newest interview subject, John Caglione Jr., is a large reason why I loved that movie so much. With his Oscar-winning makeup designs, created alongside Doug Drexler,
My newest interview subject, Deborah Dutch, is a talent I’d been hoping to interview for several years. I would see pictures of her shared by Facebook friends, and I was taken by her beauty. Looking at Deborah Dutch’s extensive list of credits, I was impressed by all the films she
Sondra Currie, whom I had the great pleasure of interviewing recently, has a career that stretches back to the 1970s. Over the years, she’s appeared in a wide variety of projects, ranging from 70s cult classics like Policewomen and Mama’s Dirty Girls to guest roles on shows like Three’s Company
My newest interview subject, Christine Elise, first made an impression on me via Child’s Play 2, the advertisements for which scared me when I was younger, but led to enjoyment of the film as I got older. I would later see Christine in projects like Head Of The Class and
My first exposure to my next interview subject, Jeana Keough, came when I saw Mel Brooks’ History Of The World, Part 1. Jeana and quite a few other Playboy Playmates made cameos along with Hugh Hefner in the movie, and I thought their scene was great fun. As I grew