OK, I was doing my Marlon Brando impression. (If you put the recording at 1:18, you will hear the famous Stella call.) Too bad you couldn’t hear it my impression; it was pretty good! If you would like, I will do it next time I talk to you or see you.
Speaking of Stella, isn’t she the cutest thing? I took this picture on her 2nd Birthday on Monday, Oct 29.
When I started my blog 6.5 years ago (can you believe I have been doing this for 6.5 years), I thought I would be taking about what I was doing and the struggles I was still incurring. Then, Stella was born…and I have a new purpose in life.
Do you understand what I am saying? I didn’t, until Stella was born. Previous, it was all about work; I needed that status fix. Then after Stella was born, life had a brand new meaning. It was all about HER. No problem; you probably won’t understand until it happens to you.
I have come to the realization, that I can not do what I used to do and that my day to day tasks are limited..and I am OK with that. I work with Jill daily and I really feel blessed with everyday that I have…especially when we go to pick up Stella.
So I wanted to celebrate her birthday …two days ago…with a few quick photos. Again, it’s not what I wanted to write about…but I can’t help it!
Tim Curry arrives at The Actors Fund’s 19th Annual Tony Awards viewing party held at Skirball Cultural Center, June 7, 2015, in Los Angeles.
Nearly three years after suffering a stroke that left him wheelchair-bound, actor Tim Curry made a rare appearance on the red carpet Sunday at the 19th annual Actors Fund Tony Awards Viewing Party in Los Angeles.
The veteran Broadway and film actor received the organization’s lifetime achievement award.
“I’m doing well and I’m looking forward to it,” the 69-year-old actor told Los Angeles magazine prior to the party. “I’ve done a few benefits for the Actors Fund and I think it’s a marvelous organization. I hope not to have to use it.”
The Actors Fund is a social services organization that supports professional entertainers.
While recovering from his stroke, Curry has relied on his sense of humor, which he called “absolutely vital.”
“It’s not tough to maintain,” he told the magazine. “It is just part of my DNA.”
Curry’s storied career on Broadway includes roles in “Spamalot,” “My Favorite Year” and “Travesties,” as well as his iconic turn on stage and screen as Frank ‘n’ Furter in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
The star said he looks back on the role “with a sort of bemused tolerance.”
“It’s neither a blessing nor a curse. I was lucky to get it,” he told the magazine.
He’s also grateful to be recognized for his lifetime of work.
“It means that it just sort of solidifies the kind of work the American acting community has given me for years now,” he said. “I was thrilled when they told me and I am thrilled now.”