Everyday. I wake up in the morning, brush, take a bath and look in the mirror. There I get a chance to see the greatest celebrity in the world! And the biggest fact is that I can get his dressed and behave the way I want.
Yes, as a teen working in Orlando at both Disney World and Universal Studios, I've met several celebrities. The two most famous ones were Mike Tyson and Barry Sanders, but I've also met Alan Thicke, Robert Englund, Amare Stoudemire, Mike Epps, and many more.
I attended the Memphis Film Festival last year in Olive Branch, Mississippi. It was my second time to meet James Drury-The Virginian, but I also saw many of the rest of the cast who were Gary Clarke, Randy Boone, Roberta Shore, L.Q. Jones, Diane Rotor, Sara Lane, and Don Quine. It was their 50th anniversary of the show's airing. There were other famous celebrities there, too. I talked to the children of the Daniel Boone Show Darby Hinton and Veronica Cartright. I saw Hugh O'Brian of the legendary classic Wyatt Earp. I saw Bobby Clark from Casey Jones. he played the young boy in that show. Chuck Connor's son Jeff was very friendly and I got an autograph picture of him with his dad and his dad had autographed it, too. Mark (Johnny Crawford) was there who starred on Rifleman as the son of Lucas McCain (Chuck Connors). Clint Walker was there, the star of Cheyenne. There were others as well. I brought home good memories from the event.
Met, worked beside, befriended, know. Celebs are people. People that have been thrust into the limelight by doing what they love (at least the acting and singing ones). Sometimes this makes them more humble and kind. Sometimes...um...not so much. End of story...they are people. Only people.
lol it's all ok, I know a lot of people like getting to the reality point a lot, but no none of us talked about that or thought that so I just responded to you. It's ok though I don't think your bitchy