Submissions Tagged 'Jane_Seymour'

At "Night of 100 Stars": back in the 1980s, the star who most impressed me was a shy fellow in tuxedo and brown tweed hat, standing on the sidelines.

I had already shaken hands with Milton Berle, George Burns, Alexis Smith, and a long line of other celebrities. Wearing a tux myself, I suppose they had no idea who I was: a film producer, a bit player, a musician, another star of this star-studded evening at Radio City Music Hall. The truth is, I was a Hollywood nobody, just a middle-aged teacher and poet from across the river in Read more

While in college, I worked at a "Malibu Grand Prix": in Austin, Texas. One late afternoon, Jane Seymour walked in the door with her family. They were in town so that her husband could scout a location for a film or TV project. This was before she was Dr. Quinn, but I knew her and had had a _serious_ crush on her!

We were pretty slow at the time, so I was able to give them full attention. They got some tickets to ride the cars, and we went outside to get them buckled in. Whether she needed the Read more

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