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Lisa Vollrath says
C E Clark says
The name is familiar to me. I think "celebrities" who are not entertainers (or politicians) tend to be more like "ordinary" people.
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Great list. You have had an interesting life.
Keith Abt says
Almost forgot - when I was around 12 or 13 I met George Gately, the cartoonist who drew the "Heathcliff" comic strip. He was my first "celebrity" meeting (and I still have the "Heathcliff" paperback that he autographed with his name & a sketch!)
Glenn Waters says
It' nice when a celeb takes time to talk to a child. Vaughn Monroe, a famous singer of the old days, said hello to me in a Vegas hotel lobby. I was about ten and probably staring.
Cool! And keeping a low profile at the thrift store, too.
Bill Holland says
Wow.. and Whoa!
Ann Carr says
Sorry, should have said SON of Scott of the Antarctic! Also, his godfather was JM Barrie who wrote 'Peter Pan'.
That's quite a few-- sorry I've never heard of any of them.
There all UK based. A friend of my grans worked at the local theater and so I always got chance to get the stars autographs and find out when they would be at the stage door
I'm sure it was a great experience in every case, and I agree that privacy is an issue to be respected.
That's quite a list! The Monkeys were amongst my favourites. Helen Shapiro has a great voice; I believe she does a lot of jazz these days.
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