Fun fact: Just like Dr. Fleischman, Rob Morrow found the separation from New York City pretty challenging; once the show was successful enough to support him, Morrow arranged for fresh bagels to be regularly overnighted from Manhattan to Roslyn, Washington, where the show was shot. After Maggie, she played Dr. T and the Women with Richard Gere.
Turner is still acting, but her main passion these days is politics. Fun fact: Turner dated Alec Baldwin pretty seriously; they were engaged and even had a wedding date and a bridal gown ready before things were called off. He took classes at night, and went to hairdressing school during the day, getting his license in and supplementing his income until he finally started earning a living as an actor.
But it was Northern Exposure that really kicked off his career with the juicy role of Chris Stevens, DJ, philosopher, and general dreamboat. He starred in the short-lived series The Visitor , but his next big break. Fun fact: Corbett has been living with Bo Derek for years; they met on a blind date.
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Barry Corbin played tough guy ex-astronaut Maurice Minnifield. Corbin, a longtime TV and movie veteran, was considered an acting mentor by co-stars Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, and Cynthia Geary, all of whom recognized a pro when they met one. Named for Peter Pan author J.
Barrie , Corbin was born in Texas, and still lives there, making his home on a acre ranch in Fort Worth.
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In he was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. Corbin seems to have been everywhere, and done everything. He did his lines, playing off the casting director, but kept doing push-ups. When he was done, he picked up the script, said thank you, and left. Next thing he knew, he had a steady gig as tough guy ex-astronaut Maurice Minnifield. John Cullum played bartender Holling Vincoeur.
He won a Best Actor Tony in for Shenandoah , and was nominated again in and He understudied both Richard Burton and Roddy McDowell in Camelot in , and by , he was co-starring with Burton in the movie version.
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In the second episode, a section in the script called for an angry Maurice to take over the radio station from Chris. They switched it out. Fun fact: Cullum is a former tennis star who suffered a fluke eye injury during a game; he lost vision in his left eye and now his eyes are two different colors, like Dan Aykroyd, Kiefer Sutherland , and Mila Kunis.
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He wears a colored contact for performances. Cynthia Geary played Shelly Tambo, a former beauty queen who falls in love with Holling. But when Geary came in to audition for the show after one of the casting directors spotted her waiting tables , the producers loved her, and changed the role to fit the actress. Shooting in Seattle gave her a permanent taste for the Pacific Southwest, and she still lives in the area with her husband and two children.
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Burrows played Ed Chigliak, a half-Native American orphan and aspiring filmmaker. He was born in Winfield, Kansas, in a house with no running water, and no outhouse, let alone cable TV. He lives on a farm in Wichita with his wife a French chef , and their four sons. The book covered the hopeful beginnings as well as the sad decline near the end, providing great detail for fans who were hungry for behind-the-scenes tales.
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Elaine Miles played Marilyn Whirlwind, Dr. Fleischman's assistant. I mean, come on, we all know he was a genius. I loved many of his songs; they get stuck in my head and are there for the duration. He was larger than life. It made me appreciate him more, admire his mind. Yes, he was out there and hugely famous.
I admire him for what he read, as much as any other reason. Through reading what he read, it just may lead me back to more of his music, as well. I read voraciously. Every book I ever bought, I have. Some of them are in warehouses. I wonder at what point in his life David Bowie put this selection together, and for whom? Perhaps Duncan Jones will shed light on that. Why would you not go straight to the source? Not exclusively, no. But there are a lot. Your post reminded me of two things: one, I have a copy of the audible recording of Hawksmoor that I have yet to listen to and two, after his death, I discovered that I had met David Bowie while I was a drama student and while he was still known as David Jones.
I was never a Bowie fan, but somehow that made his death very personal. Like Liked by 1 person. And yes, he was a huge reader. It just feels good knowing that.
Like Like. The price will come back to normal one the Bowie bit has subsided. I still wish I could get my hands on a paper copy, though. I have to stop and write them out, which is inconvenient, to say the least.