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Open Letter to George Clooney
George Timothy Clooney
Dear George, You are truly a gift that keeps on giving. You just keep on giving your fans exactly what they want. At least that's true for this fan.
We do have a history, we go back many years. Many enjoyable years, I must add.
I have never had a disappointing moment with you. I bet you hear that from all the girls.
No matter which project you are working on, you go above and beyond to please your audience with your sparkling personality.
Your striking good looks are an added bonus. A bonus we all appreciate.
I bet you enjoyed visiting your dad Nick Clooney at his talk show studio. You received an early start to your career at age 5. And you kept on going and going...
George Burnett on the TV Sitcom - The Facts Of Life
George and his beloved pet pig Max
George Clooney as Booker Brooks in the Roseanne TV Sitcom in the role of her Supervisor
I first met you while you portrayed the handyman George Burnett on the TV sitcom The Facts Of Life (1985-1987) Oh my, you sure were a joy to watch during your stint on that very popular show.
It wasn't long before you joined the cast of one of my favorite family sitcoms Roseanne (1988-1991) as Booker Brooks. You must have enjoyed that career move working alongside John Goodman and Roseanne Barr.
We then moved on to the medical drama ER (1994-1999) playing Dr. Doug Ross. I don't know how everyone else felt, but I used to wonder during your five years on that show, that if all ER physicians looked like you...why were so many people complaining about having to go to the emergency room? I'm sure they had their logical reasons.
Who would have thought that a boy born in Lexington, Kentucky would become such a successful actor, director, producer, screenwriter, political activist and humanitarian?
Seriously, this is where the gift that keeps on giving comes from! Is there anything you can't do? I'm sure there is. No one is perfect, but some of us are darn close!
So I was thinking...how about George Clooney for 2016? You'll have my vote! I would campaign for you! You have said that you will never marry again since your divorce from your first and only wife Talia Balsam in 1993. I suggest you reconsider that decision. You will need a First Lady. Please, not a hollywood starlet. A first lady must have brains and not just beauty. Think outside the box.
Back to the 2016 elections. Since you will be hosting a campaign fundraiser at your home for Barack Obama on May 10th, I suggest you ask him for some pointers on how to win the presidential race! Heck I even suggest you offer him the position as VPOTUS! What a team you two would be! Just like Batman & Robin (1997)! You did rock that Batman role!
Congratulations to you for winning an Academy Award for your hard work and dedication on the geopolitical thriller Syriana (2005). Not only did you do a magnificent performance of executive producer, you also survived a brain injury while on the set. Wow, you don't let anything hold you back for long!
I have a gripe about The Perfect Storm (2000). I understand it was based on a book, but I wish the ending could have been changed just a tad. Like a "happily ever after" type of ending. The movie was superb, as was your role as the captain Billy Tyne.
I don't have any gripes with the political drama that you wrote and directed The Ides Of March (2011) I learned plenty about political parties and controversy. You were a bit of a cad, but you were an awesome one!
You deserved the Golden Globe for your memorable role as Matt King in The Descendants (2011). Two Clooney movies in one year made 2011 a lucky year for your fans! The part of this move that will be forever imprinted on my mind is when you ran to your friends house. You were so determined to find answers that there was no stopping you. When I need a gentle push, I think of your sprint and I'm good to go!
You were chosen as the World's Sexiest Man Alive in 1997 and 2006. That's quite an honor. Your good looks, charisma and charm earned you that title. It could also be your ancestry of Irish, German and English that helped you win the gold.
You were also on the list of 100 Most Influential People of The World in 2007, 2008 and 2009! You sure did influence me to admire you more! I highly suggest you add these accomplishments to your resume for POTUS 2016.
I also suggest you add your Aunt Rosemary Clooney's name as a reference. Rest her soul. She was an amazing American singer and actress. Your Ocean's Trilogy would benefit your resume...just be sure and mention Julia Roberts being your co-star! Roseanne Barr as a reference wouldn't be a bad idea either. OK, that might be.
I also recommend that you don't mention your arrest at the Sudan Embassy alongside your father UNLESS you're asked about it. Be sure and add that you support gay rights. Bravo to you! Also, feel free to add me as a reference! I got your back! See you around George, let's keep making memories!
George Clooney singing "Man Of Constant Sorrow" from "O Brother, Where Art Thou" in which he won a Golden Globe
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© 2012 Linda Bilyeu