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Clare 4 month s ago
#21 yes he is.
       
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Patrick 4 month s ago
I'd like to read about celebs that aren't "down Earth" and "the sweetest person". More DIVA/Seinfeld stories please. LOL
       
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Winny 4 month s ago
Since I'm so old (74), my heroes from my childhood were Western cowboys. I met three of them. First, I met Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. I was a Service writer at a Chevy dealership and they came in with a mechanical problem. Actually, I only lived a couple of miles from them in Apple Valley, California. Later, after I became a restaurant manager, I met Duncan Renaldo, AKA The Cisco Kid. Sorry Patrick, they were all VERY nice people!
       
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“I’ve worked in a couple presenting theatres (as in, they don’t produce their own shows, they hire traveling acts) in the box office. The theatre I worked at in college had Jerry Seinfeld, which sold out in 25 minutes (by the end of my shift, my cash out was $8,200 in cash alone, largest stack I’ve ever held). The staff had to have a special meeting before the event to discuss Seinfeld’s rider, because his rider included a clause that no front of house staff were allowed backstage while he was in the building, so we couldn’t use the backstage bathrooms or the break room. We were also contractually required to avert our eyes if we happened to run into him. Most stupid [email protected]#t ever.”


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