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Of course you may also have people who are great on screen and IRL, like KEANU. A back in '99 for the 25th anniversary of her fan club, The International Petula Clark Society (or the IPCS as WE call it). Anyway, she must have mentioned it to my dad, and he must have said, "Oh my son loves Mac Gyver! So somehow I was shuttled down to the local CBS station while he was there, and I got to talk with him for 10 min? I went to private school in LA - it was a beautiful old mansion. Pitt who asked me for directions to the Spotted Pig, or whatever that place was (Jennifer rolled her eyes, she knew how to get there), I saw JSPR 37, yes, Jodie was pleasant and professional. Both Michael Stipe and Pete Buck from REM when the band was still getting going. I didn't really know Kingston but did know Barrow fairly well.I had my picture taken with Pet, holding my MINT copy of the 'Downtown' Lp in front of us. yeah, probably but her music has got me through a shit load of stuff in my life and I adore the lady :)R49, I didn't say he was *my* guest, although it was my apartment. He's a relative of one of people who was at the party. feel the need to give some background as there are some down to earth celebs. My dad knew the daughter of the local owner of the CBS station. Her then girlfriend (Cydney) was there chatting with people I assume we're part of the film crew. I used to buy records from Buck when he still worked at Wuxtry. I also was in high school with Cindy Wilson of the B-52s, but didn't really know her at the time.

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But of all of them, meeting Michael Stipe was the highlight. Yes, R116--this was in the early 70s after he'd been in an accident that gave him respiratory problems and migraines. Probably the most naturally charming and polite human being I've ever met. No idea what the real Belushi was like, not sure he did either. R114 I've told the whole story here a couple times. I wouldn't call the days I spent there as depressing. Everyone was waiting for "Miss Monroe" and trying to stay out of the heat. But Marilyn was trying to deal with her anxiety every morning. As I said before, she was sitting under a tree in a lawn chair, all by herself, reading her script, when she saw me and called me over to her.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.I came home one afternoon to find them chowing down. In college, I had dinner with Eudora Welty when she came to visit the school. It was a grand piano on a mirrored tray, and when I brought it out he made a big show of carefully looking at it and then he turned to me and said, "Thank you, my that's a beautiful cake." It took me a beat or two to process this, and Ray grabbed my wrist and broke out laughing when he sensed I finally got the joke. I wound up getting high with the Rayettes in the kitchen after the party wound down.Morrison is quite gracious, but very impressed with herself as a fabulous diva.Mc Ewan was quite drunk when i talked with him (at a dinner party after he gave a reading). I was friends (though not close friends) in college with Donal Logue from "Gotham." He's probably the celebrity I know the best.[quote] Sandy Duncan - Fun to party with.I hung back and watched a friend interact with Rickman and he was a pompous dick. There were a handful of people (geeky overweight women) there.

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.

Snapped his fingers at her like she was a dog and angrily pointed for her to go her trailer. I've had a number of actual conversations at parties with several famous writers: Toni Morrison, Alan Hollinghurst, David Leavitt, Ian Mc Ewan, Simon Winchester, Ishmael Reed, Joyce Carol Oates,.

All of them were nice, except Oates, whom I found very whiny and strange.

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.

Ate pizza in a conference room with Melissa Etheridge at the beginning of her career. Ping might be exaggerated, but yes I knew right away, and I'm female and lesbian and was pretty young at the time. I looked into his eyes (beautiful eyes btw, soft, light brown) and while I'm fairly attractive (to lesbians or bisexuals who are my type, and possibly to straight men unfortunately) in this case I just felt an "I am so sorry you are not meeting my brother, who is gay, you would be so much happier". It was a very surreal experience as it lasted for about 4 hours. She never missed a beat as people came up to ask for autographs and the whole restaurant with their eyes on us the entire time etc. Saw him with then -wife Amy Irving at an ice cream shop. He was at a biscuit shop and didn’t want to be recognized. Kurt Russell was in the booth next to me, talking to his first wife about show business. I stood in a coat check line with Sigourney Weaver once and she almost fell over me when leaving.

This is often the case with actors/actresses who are not leading men/ladies. For the millennials: The two people I mentioned were married for life and were BIG stars over five decades.