17 Burst results for "Chad Everett"
"chad everett" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Would you get him a shit? You got me a shirt Exactly with the real tight with the real site by Jerry had everything custom made. Oh, Michael. Yeah. Jerry's closed closed. Oh, my God. So he had me with came out and I came out as Jerry and the crowd was like stunned for just a second. Just a second. We had them until until Jerry came out with. It was great. But my favorite moment because a guy named Chad Everett was he did this hospital show chatter. A great great, you know, fine, actor, handsome, handsome guy, and he would like go host would carry sometimes. And he looked like I don't know what was going on, but we'll get something. Just got too comfortable. No, I don't want to say anything. They it could have been saying backstage. Well, Navy. Yeah, raised the money. So so that's it, Tony? Doughnut doughnut? Yeah, No, no. I'm gonna eat that. Exactly Jerry's. Jerry's other was having these earliest go, and now we're going to go and we're going to go to the co op board and minimum and then chat. Every walks in front of the camera just arbitrarily wandering aimlessly if agree on Jerry There he goes. Jerry goes like this. Not now, Chad. Uh, my favorite. Tell about moment. That's great. Tell us my favorite now and me as a catchphrase with me and Joey. But he said, not now, Chad. Not now. Check it was like I have this day. I wonder how we're raised the numbers. So when you did the telethon, like, what time do you remember you, like? Did you have to go on to two in the morning or where you want to, like a room double Our You know what there was. That's a great see you. You scare me. You got to be. Yeah, I know. This is all news. I'm frightening. I know that's why you back away from me in the hallway show business Wife show business wife. It's like you got that. That's exactly right. No, they would put you in like because it had a meld with the West Coast. You know, Las Vegas time in New York times, so I I forget when it was, but it was Sunday. He would put me on Sunday, right before the final tote. And that was the prime time. Oh, yeah. Jerry was very good to me. I miss him, so I really honestly there are times this sounds really kind of Weird, but I you know, down downstairs at my house, you know, with everything up. Hey, James Brown is up there. James is up there just real quick. Joe, before we have to break apparently,.
"chad everett" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Welcome you back to Texas Motor Speedway. 10 laps remain in the NASCAR All Star race. It has not disappointed at all to this point, and the best is still yet to come with Just 10 more laps to go. You know, I think we're going to see fireworks before and after. The event before the checkered flag on the race track and perhaps after the event, by the way, real quick cars that came to pit road we're running outside of the top. 14 Harvick. McDowell Newman came to pit road, Tyler Reddick. Matt DiBenedetto and Austin Dillon. Those were the cars that took advantage of pit road being open. If you remember we said that the leaders stayed out those running 14th on back came to pit road. Well, we told you that the mandatory green flag four tires stop was going to net some team $100,000 Steve Post. Who is it? That team is the number 19 from Hendrick Motorsports. Nick Adele, the front tire changer. Chat ever had the rare changer Jared Aspirin for the tire carrier Tyler. Some key and the fueler. John. Gino tell he is they are $100,000. Richard right now down here as they did the pit Stop. It's amazing. And Alex. You know, you spend a lot of time on pit road down here. They knew when that car left that they were the fastest. They were high fiving. They were doing all kinds of good stuff, Alan, real quick. How about this per crew that you guys have the $100,000 tonight? Yeah. Great pit crew. We've got a great team. Super proud of those guys and all the effort they put in. So, Yeah, they're hitting their stride here. We've been getting better every week and certainly when 100,000 scrape but fitting into the lead from thirds Amazing, so Yeah. Ready. Go. How's the car? Good. Good. Helen Gaza said he is making his way back on the pit box down here in the middle of it. But how about that guys? Those crew members $100,000 the fastest pit crew here tonight in the All Star race, Steve, I think I can let you in on a little secret. Rusty Alex and I When that stopped took place. We also thought or knew that that was going to be the stop. All they needed to do is go back and make sure that all the lugs were tight. Real quick. How did they do that, Alex? Because With all of that going on. You wanted to make sure it was done properly. NASCAR doing that to the degree they absolutely do. It comes down to technology. Steve Post. You've been watching it take place. Technology in the All Star race to determine how that was made. Indeed, we have the timing from yellow light to yellow light, and that first off indicated that the nine car was the team that NASCAR officials needed to come to each of the tire changers on this team, Nick Odle and create and Chad Everett. They have cameras on their helmet. In fact, they have backup cameras. They came down. They took the videotape from the cameras of both of those They put it into a laptop computer, and they analyzed it to see that all of the lug nuts got on tightly and properly. They also looked at an overhead shot and looked at it. Also a lot of technical stuff down here to enforce the fact or too soon to verify to validate the fact that this team indeed did do a proper pit stop with all of the lug nuts off all of the lug nuts on That was validated. It was interesting to watch because the two NASCAR officials were standing here and one of the tire changers When they looked at his set. He got a thumbs up, and he got a high five from the crew. And when the second one did that NASCAR officials buttoned up their laptop. And then everybody celebrated down here, knowing they had won $100,000 as this crew for the Hendrick Motor Sports Napa team. Chase Elliott. Well, don't go to the bank. Yet. It could be worth $1.1 million by the time it's all said and done because Chase Elliott, maybe the man to beat, he'll have to beat his teammates. Are you ready? $1 Million on the line, 10 laps to get it done. No, I am ready. No doubt about that. I'm going to see who's ready on that front row. William by Iron Man. This kid was super fast before that caution flag come out. I'll tell you Chase l It's going to have a tiger on his tail with that guy. Absolutely is. Who's going to get the jump? They did have the opportunity to choose which Lane to restart in Chase. Elliott chose the outside William Byron will go to the inside of the front row. Row. Two will be Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson. Then you've got Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski and Row three row number four will see Kurt Busch and Joey Logano. And it's cold Custer and Alex Bowman in Row five. That is your top 10 as we get set for the restart and $1 million on the line. Texas Motor Speedway All Star race 2021 the lights around the crowd on their feet. This is going to be a good one. Kip will take the Chevrolet Corvette Pace car to pit road green flag coming up shortly only green flag laps. Counting this one. They hit the Geico restart zone. Green flag is in the air 10 laps to go. $1 million. It's Kyle Larson shoving Chase Elliott on the outside lane. But Byron's got plenty of help. Elliott takes the advantage. He'll lead into turn one or three wide for second. Ryan Blaney dives to the bottom. He'll go to second. He wants the lead Ryan Lady with a spectacular move to the inside, and Elliot throws.
"chad everett" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"If you get it to me A and you moan and groan and woe. Don't forget we told you. So. How do you write me A All right. If it is your birthday today, you share it with writer and actress Christina Crawford. She's 82. She's the daughter. Joan Crawford and she wrote the book Mommy. Dearest actress Adrienne Barbeau is 76 remember her? From Maude. NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana is 65 actor Hugh Laurie. You know from house He's 62. Surgeon author and TV personality. Dr Oz. Dr Mehmet Oz is 61. Peter Dinklage, the actor is 52. You know he plays The little guy there. Um, Lannister, I think is his name and game of Thrones. Actor Shayla buff is 35 reality personality. See, Sadie Robertson is 24. She's from Duck Dynasty. If they can still blow out the candles. These folks would be celebrating today. Composer Richard Strauss born in 18, 64. Don Kyo T Is among one of his best known works. Marine explorer Jacques Cousteau. Born in 1910. He was the co inventor of the Aqualung and then have that Great National Geographic series and his son died. While shooting. One of the episodes. I think they're in Antarctic. I'm not sure Very sad NFL Hall of Famer Vince Lombardi. Born in 1913, graduate of Fordham University, Vince Lombardi, Um, Emmy Award winning actor Gene Wilder. He earned the Emmy late in his career when he appeared on Will and Grace. He was born Jerome Silberman. Young Frankenstein stir crazy blazing saddles, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. He was great. And finally actor Chad Everett..
"chad everett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Looked at the dailies, and it's just not working. So Bob senator who had produced I guess emergency at the time is a well known Hollywood guy. He was. He was the executive producer. I was supervising producer or with her Chad Everett. That was my thought that my sister's favorite show with Julie London was an actress on that the great jazz singer. So we go to David said. Listen, David, we need to reshoot that scene with the with the car again. We get drunk. What's wrong? Just, uh well, David thing is you were trying to have drunk but if you think about it as an actor, but you think about it a drunk Is trying desperately lacks over. Uh, interesting line and we think that we We just think you're right. You're Oh, my God. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'll do better tomorrow. So next day I called the set. I said, how are we doing this as well? We're about Two hours behind. Why? What happened? He says. Well, I don't know why. But David came in drunk. That would say to you, What does first unit supposed to say to say the the actor appeared to be drunk You're never supposed to like season, David appeared to be authentically drunk, so apparently decided the best way to show to do the performance. Was to get authentically drunk and then fight it. And I've always wondered who this day when I saw the video of him with the hamburger on the floor. Yes, his daughter said. Am I responsible for that? Well, anyway, at this point, paramount, my contract was coming up. At Universal and Paramount. I had a reputation at this time is working under the rule, you know, hours of television, and it's like a machine. It's a factory and paramount wanted to hire me, and I got kind of in that little window of a few days where renegotiated Universal Paramount made a better deal, and they said, We will get you in the movie business. We do not have a firewall between movies and television here, so I went over there and I wrote two pilots for them, both of which got picked up. One was called the Renegades. Which was like basically like 21 Jump Street only before 21 Jump Street. It's famous for Patrick Swayze. His first big part. He was the leader of one of the You Know, high school. Up. Um and then show called the Powers of Matthew Star, which was like Smallville before Smallville and that start Lou Gossett Jr as the kind of Alfred the butler mentor character. And that's famous because of our pilot episode, we set our star on fire and he had to go to it was in the hospital for months with serious burns. So the show premiered a year late. But anyway, those two pilots old and now I'm a hot commodity on a lot, and I get a phone call from the producer of the Renegades who was Larry Gordon. He said. We have another and the renegade script was written, ready to weigh against the gun. Larry Gordon and Aaron Spelling had so many shows on the air that they could sell the telephone book, and they basically sold this show and got a commitment. To film a pilot with two pilot based on just a few pages. No script. So then the script was written by somebody else and they looked at think. Oh, my God, We can't send the script over. We're going to lose the deal. So they came to me and said, Listen, we've got to start filming to keep this deal. Can you write a scene? From this pilot that is better than any of the scenes in it. So what do you mean? Says we can't show the plates Terrible. Just write a new scene with these characters. When I tell you these stories about real show you think it's like student films. It's crazy, but it always generates to this kind of student film moment, even though in the biggest movies, so I write to seem based on the script I read I turned it in at lunchtime. At the end of the day, they're casting it. The next day. They from the scene I wrote, which is a fake scene about an episode that just ended. They just caught the bad guys and their redeeming at the wherever they hang out. So they filmed that the network says great keeps you create. We can't see the rest of the pilot. So now I'm writing this movie based on the story that they won't show every day. Out of order. And my gift of being right. And you know, we shoot these movies out of order, But somehow I had the ability to write out of work, which certainly in good stead. So in other words, if I'm writing a love story, not my normal Field but able to help anybody out to a writer with writer's block. If I'm stuck, I can't figure out how my boy and girl me. Want to shoot me. But, you know, I don't know if they have a car accident. No. An elevator. I can't think of acute meat, but I could write their first argument. Related. They have to have a fight. Right? You're right. Right? So it's out of order. Right? Iraqi, right. The scene with each of them talks about the guy they just met. You know, Like the first scene I wrote for die hard. Was The scene where Holly confronts Alan Richmond. One of the great the greatest villains of all time, his first role his first role ever. Want to ask you about die hard specifically the that relationship between Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman because, uh, how much does a great hero action hero like Bruce Willis depend on The good villain. It's all about the villain. The most important thing in the genre picture is the villain, a great field and requires a great hero to overcome him A week. Villain is no triumph for the hero, and I'm going to say something. Now that always gets me in trouble. When I do seminars. I'm involved with a lot of seminars. A lot of mentoring. I'm involved with the program is scripted these screen craft. It's a wonderful program out here, they run contest, and they have seminars. We just did one on the air. You guys should check out the screen craft program. Um, there's a modest entry fee for contests. But there's Seminars and panels that anybody can go on to on YouTube. And we all have and a lot of really well known people participate. You can pick up a lot of tips. So one thing I say all the time that gets me in trouble is that People confuse the terms hero and villain with protagonist and antagonist. Protagonist and antagonist art. Greek words come from the Greek and the protagonist was the first person to speak on stage who wasn't in the chorus. And stated a premise. And the antagonists said the opposite. It's not hero and villain and in most genre pictures..
"chad everett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Any consideration what you're doing the two members. who violated a seventeen year old boy? and a seventeen year old page girl, which is right, ben every state. We're not expelled. It has ten count conviction for taking bribes and kickbacks was too much to ignore a last minute bid to delay. The vote failed extravagant, stalked out of the Chamber Congress Voted Four Twenty, two one to expel him after seventeen and a half years. Only Californian Gary. Condit voted to keep him audio. Courtesy of Youngstown Ohio TV station wkbd N. Passing away on this date in history in addition to president. Van Buren Comedian Peter Sellers Chad Everett Sherman Hemsley peg Lynch such a delight PA- lady the couple next door. And voiceover king in the movies Marnie Nixon. This is the birthdate. Amelia Earhart, who disappeared in nineteen, thirty seven. Chief Dan George your remember him use an actor Indian actor, native American actor, and Congresswoman Bella Abzug. Victor curious on days of our lives John, Aniston eighty-seven, the delightful comedian Ruth Buzzy whom I met. Many many years ago at the. Hotel in Las Vegas. It's gotta be What is it ten fifteen years ago, eighty four years of age Don West in lost in Space Mark Goddard. Gallagher with the sledge, O Matic a seventy four years of age today from airplane Robert Hays Seventy, three from from wonder, woman, Linda Carter, sixty, nine. Mel tillis daughter Pam Tillis country singer, sixty three dwayne Wade in a different world team, harbison fifty five from the West Wing Kristen, chenowitz fifty two for Melrose, place Laura Leighton fifty to Jennifer. Lopez Jenny from blocks forty fifty one years of age. From CSI Eric says Monda forty five summer glow from firefly and serenity is thirty nine. Matilda in Mrs Doubtfire Mara Wilson Thirty Three, the voice of Lee, low in low and stitch. They chase thirty years of age from the Arrow and the Flash Emily records twenty nine, and the Donner of Steve Irwin Mindy Irwin Turns twenty two, though some of the people celebrating the twenty fourth of July is their birthday. If this happens to be your birthday, hi, we're the four freshmen and we just WANNA say..
"chad everett" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Hotdog and I had not seen the picture at all. I had not seen the movies. I didn't know whether I was. I was good at our media minute or whatever I was. So the shocker is to walk out of that place and then suddenly feel. You didn't know what you were going to get yourself into but look how everybody treats you. You See. I loved it and then I went to see it again at the waverly down on the village. And that's where the people were not in the lobby. I was besieged. I was there within people. Came up to me. Is it your will turnblad. Yo Ricki Lake's father and I had no idea it going to turn out that way really. Was it hard for you to break out of the stiller and mirror image years after you had stopped performing with your wife well really stopped We still do it and But at the same time We had come from you know theater backgrounds but the the need to go on my own and and to do her thing alone it really kind of came out of the fact that our kids were born amy and Ben and suddenly hit with a husband and wife work together and suddenly you were being asked to play Las Vegas and then what do you do you pick up the two children and the nanny and you go to Vegas and you get ready to do the nightclub back. I mean it was easier for me because I'm the father and the man. He's supposed to be the breadwinner for the MOM. How could you be a mother and a nightclub performer? Working on new material. And your kids take the kids to school. So we made a kind of a concerted decision which is very rare for both and myself to try to figure out a way to do everything and one of the things that happened with see. She got a job on medical center with Chad Everett in which she was offered a major role in I was in New York She said can I do this? Jerry would you be upset if I went out and did this role I said you do it? Now be with the kids and long behold she got nominated for an emmy for that role and suddenly we say. Hey we got a new career. Ab Ran and the next Couple of weeks I was offered a role in the Ritz on Broadway. With the Rita Marino Jack Weston and F Murray Abraham my dear POW and the show opens and that becomes a hit. And I'll be damned if something to say. Hey there's more to our lives than just doing the act so at we had the best of everything now. We could set the kids off to school. New York will always be with with them or the two of us were with them and it worked out That we were able to the act later to you told us before that your father did not want you to become an actor so when you found out that your son Ben Stiller wanted to go into show business himself. What was your reaction? I had a kind of a knot in my stomach because Ben was Could name all the parts of the body and Latin when he was going to Let literally in Junior High School. And Amy was also kind of like caught up in this kind of I I guess academia but what happened was both of them decided that one point that they were going to do it then dropped out after nine months. He said it's school doesn't give me what I thought I wanted. I wanted to be a film director. And he said I'm going to go and become an actor and be theater person on my own. I suspend if you do if you quit school. I'm GonNa Really GonNa Kick Your Butt. I don't use those words but he said Dad. Trust me I will do it on my own. And would you believe for two years? He went to classes in New York. He studied he cleared up his skin which was full of acne he He went to the gym. He lost weight. He became an actor and he eventually tried out for the house of Blue Leaves for John where he was got the part and he when he was appeared on Broadway is to come down sneak in see him in the second act went crazy watching him. I loved it. I went nuts every time. He got applause. I G GREAT. My kids doing great meantime. Amy's working down at the Thirteenth Street playhouse off Broadway in little isn't some kind of a little red riding thing and go down taking movies of her so I was thrilled watching both of them. Go into it. But every time they came home and said you know I didn't get this. I didn't get that I went and nuts Jerry Stiller. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you very kind. That was the late Jerry. Stiller speaking with Terry Gross in nineteen ninety three still are in Miras kids. Amy And ben have gone onto their own successful careers in comedy and acting. Ben Stiller also became a filmmaker in two thousand ten terry talk to him about Zander. A comedy which Ben had written and directed he played the title role but also wrote a role for his father. Ben Stiller Played Zoo lander a dim witted male model in Jerry. Stiller was his agent. I WANNA play a short scene. And this is a scene with your father Jerry Stiller and et cetera. In in your Father Plays. Maury Boston head of balls models and this is a model agent model agency that he helped build build with nail modeling agency. Yeah so at this point in the movie your character Derek. Zoolander wants to take a break from from the fashion world. And so here's your here's you with your Father Jerry Stiller in a scene from zoolander. I WanNa do something meaningful with my life. Maury deeper thoughts on my mind today. I was thinking about volunteering to help teach underprivileged children. Learn how to read and just thinking about. It was the most rewarding experience I've ever had out there kind of thing. I mean maybe it could even have my own institute we could call it the Derek zoolander center for kids who can't read good. What about us? We've built this place together. Look squeezed when I met you. You're a joint potato. Couldn't book a Goddamn Sears Catalog? And who couldn't find left to save his ass. Now Look at you. I can't turn left. Yeah right Berek please. Some bailed marlins go left at the end of the runway. You got a lot of gifts but hiking. Lowy just isn't one of them. It must be given such pleasure to to say okay now going to write a role from my father and direct him in it. Oh Yeah I mean that's how I was laughing listening to that. Just because he's just so first of all character of Maurya so far afield from my my dad's actual personality In terms of like you know ever squeezing squeezing to she of lady. I don't picture him doing that But that was fun was getting him into those situations and he you know he really goes goes with it and goes for it and It was it's great i. I'm really happy like I'm kind of looking forward to someday. My kids being able to see their grandfather in that movie 'cause he's he's awesome What was it like for you when your father was Costarring on Seinfeld and everybody was watching the show. Well you know it really changed his life. I mean he you know for years and years. My parents You know were successful as a comedy team. And you know. Did the Ed Sullivan. Show over thirty times and nightclubs and TV shows and all that and they and the You know did really really well but then I think Seinfeld happened from. My Dad had just changed people's perception of him and reach so many people and I was really very very happy to see that for him because he's really deserving of it as I think my mom is too so you know and and I think it's for him you know he thrives on work. I think he loves to work. A- keeps them going And then out of that came King of Queens for him and people love him. He's a naturally funny human being and he's incredibly loved from that show and so it's it was great. It was great to see that. That was Ben Stiller. Speaking with Terry Gross in twenty ten his mom and Meera died in. Twenty fifteen at age. Eighty five Jerry. Stiller died this week at the age of ninety two after we take a short break. We'll hear Terry's interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month. And I'll review a new. Hulu comedy miniseries about the rise of Catherine the Great. I'm David Being Cooley. And this is fresh. Air Face Masks have become the new normal as we continue to grapple with the ongoing pandemic. But when did we start wearing masks for our health and safety this week on through line the origins of the n? Ninety five mask and how it became the life saving tool it is today through line from NPR. The podcast where we go back in time to understand the present. We're going to listen to an interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month aged seventy six in herald obituary in the New York. Times music critic. Anthony Tomasini wrote quote at six feet four inches tall and built like a linebacker with long arms. An enormous hands to unveil up the cello when he played it producing burnished and penetrating sound easily yet. He was also a sensitive interpreter and subtle colorist Unquote Herald. Grew up in a home. Where music was the first language. His father was metropolitan opera. Baritone Mack Harrell. His mother Marjorie Fulton was a successful violinist. Lynn Harrell joined the cello section of the orchestra when he was eighteen and became principal cellist. Only two years later heroin on to perform as a soloist with major orchestras around the world. He also was known as a beloved chamber musician and teacher. He won two grammys for recordings with violinist. It's hot perelman and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy when Terry Gross Interviewed Lynn. Harrell in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. They started with the first movement of Shostakovich's first Cello Concerto.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Moth
"I'm Jennifer Hickson from them off. Our final story is from Arthur. Bradford Arthur is an award winning author and documentary filmmaker. Uh here's Arthur live at the mall. Looks Okay. I'm kneeling on the floor floor of a cheap roadside motel somewhere in western Tennessee and next to me leading me and prayer is a middle aged man a large man with cerebral palsy named Ronnie Simonsen. He says bless my mother. My brothers and sisters and my pastor back home in New Hampshire and God bless Bob Hope and share and all three of Charlie's angels especially Jacqueline Smith Breath especially her and then Ronnie says and Lord Please help us get to California quickly where I where I know. I'm going to meet my spiritual brother Mr Chad every the star of CBS Drama Medical Center. And here I interrupt Ron I said Ron you know we. We might not meet at every. We're not sure that's going to happen. Then he says yeah. Yeah I know but but keep praying. Keep praying I met Ronnie about eight years before that I was working at a summer camp for people with disabilities ladies and I was a counselor there and I had brought along a video camera because I was also interested in making films and Ronnie was drawn to that camera. He came right up to me and wanted to talk about movies and TV see he he. He had cerebral palsy and his legs but he also had an interesting combination of of mental conditions autism and obsessive compulsive and he he. It manifests itself in this extreme fascination with with television and movie stars from one thousand nine hundred seventy s which is when he was a kid he spent most of his childhood in hospitals and he he became particularly obsessed with with people. That would play doctors. Here's on television. He took comfort in their com voices and there was one man above all who held this sort of sort of like a God. And that was Chad Everett. Who Played Dr Joe Gannon on CBS Medical Medical Center? And and I really liked Ron. He was he was really fine he. He was great on camera he loves HE LOVES TO BE ON CAMERA. We made lots of videos together at the camp and some of the most popular videos. Were these these newscasts we would do. We made our own news show and Ronnie was was spent tastic at that especially when we would go downtown. He would interview people on the street. He was this large man and when he would talk to people he he. He couldn't stand up for too long so he would lean on them for balance while he was asking him questions and he would get them to do skits. He was he had this really real ability to to bring people people out in these films that we made they kind of had this underground popularity and eventually I was able to to get some funding to make a film outside the camp and the idea was we. were going to drive across country with five people with disabilities from the summer camp. We're GONNA go from their houses in New England all the way to Los Angeles Angeles California and everyone on the trip had their own hopes and dreams for going to California place. They've never been but Ronnie's dreams overshadowed everybody else's to him California was the Holy Land. It was the place where he was destined to Mr Chad. Everett his spiritual brother and was his biggest dream told everybody it's my biggest dream and he took this biggest dream mission very very seriously. He stressed him out. In fact as we went on the trip he had the skin condition as well called psoriasis and and he would get these rashes on his arms when he got stressed out and he would he would at them and I felt like this whole situation was was was mainly my responsibility director of this ridiculous film and I. I decided his roommate across the country and so every night in these hotels tells Ronnie apply the medication to his rashes. And then we would say a prayer. And that's how I ended up in this hotel room in Tennessee. Praying with Ronnie Samson soon as Ronnie praise I say my own little prayer i. I'm not a very religious person I had never really prayed before. I'm twenty nine years old but this is the first this time I pray in earnest and I'd say I say please help us get to California safely and please when we get there. Please give me some guidance. Helped needed to solve this problem. That we're GONNA have this mess when we get to California. Because I have this secret that I haven't shared with Ron. I probably should have shared it with him. But I I just can't and that is that I've gotten in touch whichever it's agent before we went on the trip and I'd asked. Could we set up a meeting between these two people. I knew it was going to be a fantastic fantastic moment on film and his Asian. Maybe understand that chat ever. It was a very busy man and then he wasn't going to have time for something like that in fact he didn't really want to encourage courage. This sort of obsessive fan that apparently he had and I probably should have told Ryan that but he doesn't take disappointment very well and I helped helped Ronnie write letters to numerous celebrities over the years and we had written to chat ever and and one year he called me up. He was so excited. Because you've got this head shot in. The mail was a smiling picture of Chad. Eh and Ronnie memorize. Every word that had ever had had had signed on this picture which was on his wall it said to Ron. Life's not meant it to be lived in reruns. What should be in the new love? Boat Walk in the Light Signs Chat Everett and and and so all the way across the country as we were driving from across Texas the Grand Canyon Ronnie would would go over the contents of that letter with me. He would say what does that mean. Life's not meant to be in reruns and that means to walk in the light. I'm walking in the light right and I would say yeah Ron. You're walking in the light and when we reach California it was it it was a it was a really wonderful moment. We go swimming in the ocean. And everybody's really happy. Except for of course Ron because he's on a on a higher mission and so run and I come to this agreement everyone else involved with the film is GonNa fly home and he and I are going to stay in in Los Angeles and we're going to spend and a few more days. I don't know what we're GONNA do. We're going to hang out there in California and so everyone goes home and Ronnie and I ended up in this hotel room together putting on on his psoriasis medicine and I have no plan at all and along this on long trips someone had someone who I believe was very well meaning and giving me neither side vice had said to Ronnie Hey Ryan you shouldn't you shouldn't be so self conscious and Ronnie for about one hundred fiftieth time that trip asked me he says what does that mean self conscious and I tell him to be self conscious that means like to to worry about yourself too much and then he says for like one hundred mm fifteen time he asked me. I'm not being self conscious right now and I just WANNA say fed up at this point I just want to say you know by definition you. You asking me that question. That means you're being self conscious right and but I don't say that I know better and I say no Ronnie you're not you're not being self conscious at all and and on our last day in California we had this plan out of desperation. We go to this town near Malibu throughout this in the in the hills where Ronnie and heard that Chad Everett lived and we go there we go to a shopping center. Ronnie gets really excited because he interviews this kid who apparently had bag Chad Everett's gross ruth and then and then someone else tells us they know the street that chat lives on so Ronnie says I just want to see what is house. Looks like like so we go up and then we get to the gate and it's a gated community and then I find myself like sneaking past the guards not looking and then we get to what we think is house and running so I just wanted to take a picture in front of this House Ronnie gets out and it's not until we're hiding in the bushes and we've been there for over an hour that I realized that this is a terrible idea. Abia what why are. Why are we here what? What did I think what's going to happen? I had this crazy idea that Chad Everett would see Ronnie and he would understand that this was if someone that he should get to know but of course if Chad Everett walked out of that House Ronnie was GonNa rush towards and then someone was going to call the police. It was going to be it was going to be a a disaster and so it was with a certain sense of relief that I felt when a security guard came up until this we had to leave and so we did did leave and that film ends with Ronnie Kissing Chad Everett Star on the Hollywood walk of fame. And and it's it's a good ending but of course it's not the ending adding that Ronnie and I wanted for that film and as we took the film to film festivals around the country writing became like sort of a little bit of a celebrity ready and it was funny because that didn't mean anything to him to be a celebrity himself. All he cared about was he would ask anybody in the audience at the festivals. If maybe they knew a way to get this film in the Chat Pat Everett's hands and throughout that year Ronnie would just call me up and he'd say I have. You need to send a tape to this person. Because they might know Chad Everett's daughter and I was starting to get kind of annoyed to be honest. I was like man. We went all the way to California like why. Why can't you just drop this whole thing? And I was kind of annoyed with myself too. Because I had become tethered to this dream of Ronnie's and on top of that I had version of the dream. That was a nightmare for me. which which was that? Ronnie would somehow meet Chat Everett and I wouldn't be there that kept me up at night if Ronnie if Ronnie were to meet him and I wasn't there I didn't think I could live myself for the rest of my life. I honestly felt that way and I couldn't. I was in the state and then one day I got a phone call and and there was a deep voice on the other end of the line and it said hello. This is Chad Everett and I said No. It's not and he said yes. Yes it is and it was Chad Everett and he had seen film and he liked the film he liked.
"chad everett" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"No. This is home here. I love it. Very only. No, really. It's the real deal for sure so running every day. Wow. I need it too. Crazy. I used to run I I hike now and walk and do whatever doing whatever you're doing you. It's right. It's okay. There's something I my joints are too old. But you're look at you. You're wait a minute. You did a guest star on million dollar on the six million dollar man you stole some bionic. Joan van ark. Delighted me Noonan annoys him by onyx ongoing stuff in your arm. I know where did you get that I-? He pulls back thing and shows his arms with all the wiring. I said, ooh, where did you get that? You know? I remember. So it turned out to be gay. I had the biggest crush on Lee majors. I thought I was gonna merrily majors also Chad Everett and medical center, which you also that one. And he was mean to me because. Yes. But here's here's what what because he is gorgeous. And I loved every minute of that of looking at him. But they suddenly changed elastic and entire scene, and they handed me the pages saying, hey, we're chained in and he screamed and yellow. Oh with your. We're going to do it. We're gonna change it. And that just I I just completely locked, thanks. Well, you know, what you just made me gayer. Thanks. Not you know, what I still have my Chad Everett now, she's snow. No Lee majors Chad Everett. You're right. Good choices. If you're going to go that route fictional relationships this fictional men. Okay. Well, I go with it. I buy. Hold that thought. Joan. I this is so exciting this happy or I need to go take a little nap. And my casper mattress. Oh, the most comfortable bed ever it. Right. You've had one for years. Jody Hamilton finally just got one. Yup. Carlos is rocky is had one for years everyone's getting one because why warmer weather's finally here time for spring cleaning. You could spend time sprucing up house in yard. But if you really wanna I parts spart start. Yes. Get a casper.
"chad everett" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And it's the biggest that's probably the biggest advantage of being second generation is to be able to see these movie stars with their foibles as their insecurity. Yes. We have people you as as you. And I think it allows you to conduct yourself as a person. Sure when when you have the success, right? And yeah, I mean you've had a tremendous amount of success. So you dead tells your shitty actor, and so what do you because like, you know, you're very good actor, obviously. So how does that? I mean, even with grinding. I mean, like, how do you what where do you? Train initially. Well, I just I I worked hard at it. And I say that he you know, he was the same breath. He, but everyone of my productions everyone on my shows. It was the first guy to tell me when I did a Michelle Gelder road as Michael you were good. He were really good. Oh, yeah. And and that was that. And then you train. I did. I was fortunate enough in the summertimes I went back to place called the Gino. Neil memorial theatre in Waterford, Connecticut. They have been national playwrights conference. Yeah. And I worked there basically just in construction and print to build theaters, but I would get a chance to play small parts, and they had a is national playwrights conference. And it was a time. When there were just these great writers, Israel Horowitz, John where whole bunch of unity, really fabulous. Right. Sam Sheppard for. So I started doing, you know, these last two three summers where I met Danny devito at this theater. And all of that you did. Yeah. So you. Even though like you knew him when he was starting. Now, I knew him when he was at the American Academy. I knew Danny devito when he had long hair. Air period. NBC? That's Pete best b before. Nanny. Yeah. So there we were one day. I'm looking out in new London out of Long Island Sound with a fog coming in the who've foghorn and this little guy comes up to me, and you know, and he long. Hey, hey, hey. You get high. So and that was the beginning. I was at beginning. And these around like he's in this new thing, he's in the Kamensky method. He's shows up in a lot of your movies, and like in so you when it was dear friend, but finish thing. Yeah. So after that when I graduated from school, I went to New York City. Yeah. Studied with a guy named win Hanneman who blesses souls ninety four years old, and he's still teaching and then. Basically got picked up with a CBS playhouse. They were still doing those. So you so you're a regular player on the CBS play. Doh CBS play us was like a an original production. And it was you know, one off is with Tisch, sterling. And so I did that and I got some attention and then came back out the holiday wouldn't start. And then he started a couple of TV things, and he got trees two or three movies that were turkeys. I started going into episodic television centre FBI medical center, Chad Everett, Chad Everett, right, and then the streets came up. Yeah. Which is an opportunity. I couldn't pass up did, you know mall? When you're kidding. No. I didn't. Although although both Carl and my father were in summer stock together, and they both changed their names. The same time Carl was Miladin seculow vich. Wow. He's a Serb. And and dad was issued then yellow bitch. Yeah. And those too tough to tough names in lights, right? They weren't friends. They know they were they were friends in which their friends at summer. Yeah. And they both by both basically change your name's Karl had to Kirk. Yeah. Yeah. So so the so you did like a hunt. He they'll let it streets of San Francisco four hours. Yeah. One hundred four hours, and you got an EMMY for that. I got no I was nominee. I don't think I was nominated two or three times, but that's the whole basis and structure of my of my my life for my success was where those those hours with Karl Malden from Gary, Indiana steel mill town and taught me the value and work ethic, really guy. He was the guy in structure of of working on our show, which is actually fifty two minutes in in seven days of filming. With a new director every week guest star. Yeah..
"chad everett" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"I've just never seriously just never encountered this little Catholic girl in upstate New York. I don't I had a guy say, hey, maybe with text of a relationship. Oh, okay. What this relationship but specs stage at the fucking catch a rising star. Which makes makes you wonder why Andy did you come up with that completely odd example of it? Yes. If it's too consulting adults who have agreed that one of them has a more powerful position. And that would be really sexy. If they did something creepy the the other one they love it. It's a it's a fantasy. They have see I've I tried to be a liberal helper. 'cause I've never been in the situation. But I don't know how you you know, the women didn't know how to because of the power imbalance. But what are you slightly while, you know, I'm really backed up. Would you like to watch me enema because I brought it with me which. To watch that I have a yeast infection. And I need to do you like to what I don't know. How you come back. Those were I mean that none of those sound like fun now, maybe they pitched it differently. I don't know what I'm saying. Even now, they didn't it different. What they did his. They did. Hey. Vanessa making a name. All right. Let's go you wanna walk over to the side of the club with me. Yeah. What's what am I doing Vanessa? I'm showing you my horrible penis with the red pupa care that you'd never wanted to see that you'd never had any sexual feelings towards me or even positive feelings towards me. And I'm seeing if I get over that by taking it out and making everyone feel creepy. Yeah. And he's the bed. Yeah. I used to make fun of him. When there was no reason to I know, you know, you said this in God bless you into your find American because you. You made a great point. You said I always had a problem with Louis based on my own pettiness anger feelings of what might have been where were you when I was right based on my own troubles. Thank you. Thank you for being selfless. A weird way that you're like I knew he was a shit. He'll right for just from my own jealousy. But fuck you people for being where I was that was my argument like with the Emily Nussbaum thing for like, she's what kind of made him into a note saying she's responsible for his name. But the biggest genius of all time. And if you read the things that she she wrote about she's even a thing where he's doing a scene of masturbating years and years ago, and then when after it's found out about him. She said she'd heard rumors about that. I don't know how you would write about someone being the second coming of comedy. God if you had suspicions that they were right would temper my feelings about I know that's not there. I should keep my view. Separate from my knowledge, you are literally like Robert hazing airplane. Now. Are you a stroke or heart attack of any kind? You're just you're sweating sowing. The sweating is sweating is. Because I think I've said the wrong things. I think that I thought we both said the wrong. There's no wrong things on the happier podcast, the swimming is unfortunate. I'd like to say they've earned. Do you want to cast me as a guy who thinks he lost his wallet? Oh my God. My wallet. This you're you're most compelling in this podcast is the guy having heart attack on a plane. Opening seeing Marcus Welby is a fight. I should go see Dr Welby. But then when he says, it looks bad and want to run some tests. I'll go back on the road again. Then I'll be on a flight. You want your too young for the show? Couldn't have watched. No idea. I don't remember. It wasn't really fast. Art. I was I was in love with Chad Everett from what was that show? Ma major major medical something. Was it wasn't even a doctor go. He was so dreamy with this blue eyes. That's before I knew I was gay. Okay. Medical center medical center has been four yet. Dreamy? Yeah. But you were still confused. I didn't know. Well, if Chad Everett had gone for me, I might not have you know, who knows different. Okay. Andy, that'd be a whole school of psychology. I love it here..
"chad everett" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Same as a team, same for human gist workout who you are. Okay. From the present to the past. Now we want to talk James corden HS four favorite primarily plays of all time. Step play the I won't noble Mr. West Ham, James coudn't discuss for me. He is one of the absolute greats of West Ham, United his passion and commitment for the club every single fan. Any team would want someone with that level of commitment, integrity, passion, and desire in that same. And I think he's underrated unsung, but what he gives out football club both on and off the pitch is the very thing. We would just talk about identity but a fight. I think he might be the last of his kind. I wonder if they'll be a player that will come into a primarily team and stay at that Cup that whole career because I can't see him ever going anywhere the prospect of watching him in another show makes me feel for me. He represents everything. I love about what he he and poked, but if the record let them fight. Trying to pick a fight with Joshua. That is, who is he stands for that club in that badge, he'll square up against poker safe in the knowledge, public win that fight, but actually the person that wins a fight is the person who wants to win the most. Yeah, and I'd take noble over pool Popa. Yeah, full games out five. I really would. Yeah, somebody's gonna come in and stop that fight. You just want to get the Lixing early with his chest, and I actually think had not been in a Cup final. I think pull polka would have retaliated in Boston different way because he'd think I wouldn't care if I get sent off anything on earlier holiday. Yeah. Cup final was why he just sort of what I said him attacks off to that game. Just going, you poke around. I'm not going to back you up on that one. Your second favorite primarily player fulltime Eric Cantona I just think is one of the apps and loot greats and I missed those personalities on the pitch. I miss his swagger and his Hourigan 's and his insane ability, the cholera, what he did it Man United. You remember that run of gains this one, nil cancer. No one knew. Can cancer know everything about him is class and passionate the same time. I love to watch him every day. We haven't seen a plan that physical with that much skill. None the primarily so he he was a game changer for us watching a game changer a foreign before that the Premier League with almost all English Irish few skull. And after night, it's like Austrian, Eric, Cantona, Marco, and out of its, we will commutes. You know the story about console women, you know, traveling to European game, and they all had to wear the official. Suits and Eric console turned up in denim jeans, cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and a punch. Oh, right. And they're on the plane and apparently might feed and said societies, focusing the assistant coach gaffer. A few are upset about Eric's wearing exposes just said, we'll tell them when they play like he does, they can well what they want us. He's the greatest man management. You could ever imagine into the crowd kung FU kick the pumice fund. It all makes his legend as the ultimate Memphis. Well, it did, although I can't ever really condone such behavior and I wouldn't. I think you're a very highly paid footballer and you should be more quipped at dealing with this Botts for me, one of the greatest strikers fulltime. Okay. Number three, the Italian grape Paolo de county. Oh gosh. That was how he read his single finest because Takano been all over the papers for pushing that referee. Oh, no cubs take him. And Harry as an incredible man manager knew that he could make these player into something great. I don't think any of us knew the impact he'd have act up. I was up some park when he scored the unbelievable volley. Oh goodness. Trevor Sinclair hit across ball eight is the only time I've been a game, we've scored and I haven't left out of my seat and Chad Everett around is just went..
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Bring guide doesn't matter whoever shows up with the food doorbell post base take care of the kids i'm moving on these kids will was he had well he was like hungarian or something yeah he must have had a weird first name like all hungarian mickey yeah puppy puppy he was explaining that we said so self expanding i knew was true got on one does he it's it's it's the language of romance of course it is he so he went by mickey yes which meant he had a crazy name i'm guess i'm guessing that no one probably make our house ski or some shit and then moorish was another word name his car nncholas meco sh and it's hard to you know bang starlets on the first day i meet them with meek loesch the and then moorish was from his former marriage no kid that's jane man harte's kid okay and they have a brother they she had a brother who had a flaw a nursery in hollywood on the corner like salman some random nursery for years about harketting nursery through confessions with the niro vall was the name of the black dahlia the movie the black down i knew the reciting movie that wasn't calling that part of the movie really tight movie anyone picture of meek loesch heartache right now do all these dudes look like chad everett john eric heck some who's coming down the road kill themselves with a plank.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"What are you doing yeah flour at home depot valley north still around still hanging around the house come on all right so we'll try to figure i opening so here we go at no intention talk invented this burdens commission point that we see gates into soda realize these are around dude kittens isn't chad everett see more hands full our hiller yelling stat till microphone london totally cooks oh bobby troop man soon yeah do the heck of that i great conversation with his agent which is nelson rolling nelson riddle wrote i have now back randolph man to aging probably should listen randolph sit down i've never said this in my life these words have never uttered it's never left anyone's left you'd be better off going with rienzi that no one has ever said that has ever you right now you should be randy shorts yes you should go with randy no one's ever said that you should change your name to jewish name okay that's never now i deny it if you bring this conversation anyone ever never never the other your medical center yeah dushi every duty to bring him we have medical center girl keeping me man tooth a model man tooth never you can't go with that name i hope he married so named mandy i hope she i hope i hope that model ran into one of hall and oates a fucking party in nineteen seventy seven and what's your last man to wait second.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Should should we call it the bell labs community no i don't know what fucking straight isn't it fat that's what it's called we got a lot of dumb people around here we don't keep keeping him move to find the find the street then they'll venture dealing but who's cova who fuck airs i don't know who's been tara let's go moving on so i've got the colefax and i was like all right now i'm going to turn right and i'm going to head to the better named walter reed hyun your high because then now there's a problem because go well what should we call color colfax junior they got one down what are we going to do who who malaria i don't know so shit up all right well terrain here we go so he doesn't look like chad everett that's for damn sure so i turned right on on kovacs i start walking toward walter reed and there's a there's the truck there's the firemen ambulance truck pulled next to the side of the confronted some houses kind of duplex or something like i don't know the kids that live there but it's it's a neighborhood where run around and what's going on so when have someone as fire that somebody have a heart attack and i just walk up from behind the truck and i like poked my head in to like hey what's going on in the community and there's a gauge into soto sitting in there from emergency the two stars emergent turn the corner put my head in the win i'm like oh my god you guys are for real that's my thought you guys are actual paramedics i don't call what's going on i'm still married to my theme of what's going on in the house.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A lot more gentle medical center sixty nine to seventy six both had a nice seventy on emergency seventy two to seventy nine that's more impressive i think that that era to be on tv for seven years he was tough back then good tv shows they both had good i'm trying to think of the theme song to medical center emergency hedda kicked irun kick ass song my oh aj 'nother north hollywood brush with stardom that needs to be as i should we should make a savings call north hollywood's brush with stardom there's bob york's corvette front of quickly chad everett's one of his daughters possibly going to my high school even i never really confirmed it like say seemed remember somebody pointed out and kennedy who's head are you pointing at chad everett's daughter she's kind of hot from the side and that was as far as we got never spoke or anything max van who's she must have a daughter he must have a daughter that's fifty fifty two years old or something where we enquiring about that the ten minutes ago you get to the bottom of that yell at max patta gotta find out what's going on trombone camping on i don't have i don't know yes definitely got the era to it i i know there's a siren in it siren no emergency is a kick ass song the medical centers or vice versa remember anyway brush with celebrity the north hollywood addition and h e i was walking down houston street or my mom's old house was across from colfax alimentary got the colefax straight thus colfax elementary love when they name elementary what what should we call it showed.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Kevin spacey from five clicks away santa barbara paul when he was lit like a roman candle in new at that point away you can feel it when it goes checking your to face yeah gay not from a distance it's more salting robert fuller dr kelly bracket from emergency never have that dr tv show called forget you forget you'll never sleep in down again i wouldn't you'll never have this dr tv show i'll just replay going to replace it with a guy named petite hawas i don't know shrum not here he doesn't one hundred twenty one pounds guy your mother dates after the divorce smoulders side dad more blue eyes look if you had a strong chin full head of hair blue eyes and dark hair you were in your in what do you wanna do you wanna play the lover jack and a paper towel commercial you wonder just run a hospital that's fine get you contracts here's my resume this about racket view kanak we don't need you to others who can't act around you look back some notes little less acting in this three networks nobody cares there's no competitions go ahead this is basically what stadium food was in the seventies at doesn't your hair how good your slopping joe is nobody else who makes you plus you can get is here we got it still might give chad it's funny because chad everett went emergency after that or right about that time they both they both captured the look perfectly for for the time it's also back at a time when long hair was so in that doctors and cops and military guys all had the same long haired look all right if you had to choose chad everett or the most recent emergency man o rien place come on what you mean between those yeah exactly the same.
"chad everett" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A young forget about it here hollywood in the navy think olga tinseltown part of hollywood north hollywood even i live like magnolia cohen j area but nascar to north hollywood like a block away from to luca woods but i don't want people think i live way up in north hollywood you have to kinda like preface it by going by universal that's a good part yeah well now now again you know your your former hometown is turned shit when a section of it breaks off and calls itself valley village like sherman way and roscoe bali hey with the like your house to be worth one hundred seventy grand more overnight change aim from north hollywood valley village here here like my breasts my brushes was stardom would be like i saw robert york's corvette at quickly that was his closest like i think he must have been inside why would he park his car the quigley's it wasn't this much celebrity as it has been carjacked you never know and also there'd be going to north hollywood high there was the occasional daughter or son of the celebrity that you got oh max pat up emergency the doctor on emergency chad everett average huge good looking dude yeah it was back when being a good looking dude was announced i'm a goodlooking do of your and it was like can you act fuck no this show called dukes of hazzard that's number one i think those.