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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.
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.
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.
They are perfectly attractive/cute but are not marketed that way, hence we don't see them that way. He was patient, said that they don't reveal all the "secrets" on the air, but all the Mac Gyerisms were "true". Not a typical meet and greet where an actor is expected to be on point, so I just wanted to add detail that some are really just normal, cool, people. He came to my soccer camp 2 days to play with us and coach us. I Have an odd collection of former movie stars: From the silent era, I have met Blanche Sweet, Viola Dana, and most noteworthy, Louise Brooks! Sat next to Patricia Neal In the Oak Room at The Plaza.[QUOTE] I also saw Fred Schneider.