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Old 10-20-2017, 06:31 PM   #1
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What would you say when you walk up to that person? What questions would you ask them?

Would you ask for an autograph or just ask them for a picture?
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I would love to meet either the Brady Bunch kids or the cast of Night Court.
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I have seen/met many celebs. (one of the perks of living in NYC). If it is in public, at a restaurant or on the street, I leave them alone. I have nodded to them as they pass me by on the street, but that's about it. I'm not the screaming star-struck type of person.

I have also met many celebs at the various conventions, fan events, book signings and over at Broadway. Some of them are very personable and would talk w/ the fans, whereas others are sign your item, snap a quick pic, and you're off.

Speaking of the Brady's, I have met Mike Lookinland, Chris Knight, Barry Williams, Susan Olsen and Florence Henderson.
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If I could meet any celebrity I would love to meet Chris Harrison and if I got to talk to him I would say "Hello Chris it's me Bestia but feel free to call me Bestie and I just love watching you on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire every weekday morning" And I would ask Chris Harrison for his autograph and then we would say good bye and shake hands
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I have seen/met many celebs. (one of the perks of living in NYC). If it is in public, at a restaurant or on the street, I leave them alone. I have nodded to them as they pass me by on the street, but that's about it. I'm not the screaming star-struck type of person.

I have also met many celebs at the various conventions, fan events, book signings and over at Broadway. Some of them are very personable and would talk w/ the fans, whereas others are sign your item, snap a quick pic, and you're off.

Speaking of the Brady's, I have met Mike Lookinland, Chris Knight, Barry Williams, Susan Olsen and Florence Henderson.

Were all of them nice?
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Speaking of the Brady's, I have met Mike Lookinland, Chris Knight, Barry Williams, Susan Olsen and Florence Henderson.

Did you compliment Mike on his leaf spreading skills for Halloween 4?
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Dolly Parton...the only celeb I really would like to meet.

I'd just want to thank her for speaking her truth.

I'd also ask for an autograph.



I met country singer Pam Tillis in 2011 and got an autographed photo of her. She was super nice and did a great concert.
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The Brady's? Yes.
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Did you compliment Mike on his leaf spreading skills for Halloween 4?

lol, I didn't think to mention Halloween when I met him. He was glad to see I picked a headshot from the short-lived "The Bradys" for him to sign and he started talking to me about that.
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If I could meet the following..

John: I would walk up to him, shake his hand, and explain that I'm a fan of his work. Then, I would talk to him about life before acting and what made him want to start becoming an actor. I would also talk about music and how I share a love of books a lot. Finally, I would give him a hug and say I always wanted to meet you. I'd end with a picture being taken with him.

Harry: I would approach him and give him a handshake. I would tell him that I like his work on Cheers and Night Court along with asking what got him into magic. Then, he would tell me how he started off doing tricks on the street. He would then proceed how he got into acting with earliest roles being SNL and Cheers. He would end with a whole bunch of magic tricks and would either get a photo op if he wanted to and if not, an autograph.
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lol, I didn't think to mention Halloween when I met him. He was glad to see I picked a headshot from the short-lived "The Bradys" for him to sign and he started talking to me about that.

That's cool. I'm one of the few people that watched The Bradys during its original run.
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I once met David Cassidy, this was in Chicago back in 1981 when David was in the musical stage show titled "Little Johnny Jones". It was a pretty good show, the highlight was when David sang the song "Life's A Funny Proposition", he got a big cheer from the audience after he sang that song. After the show was over, as David was leaving the theater is when I met him, a group of his fans were there too but I got to shake his hand and tell him good show. Some people asked him for autographs, but if I recall he said he didn't have time because he was running late for a radio interview.
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I met country singer Pam Tillis in 2011 and got an autographed photo of her. She was super nice and did a great concert.

Pam is such a sweetheart. I love that she still does free meet and greets at the end of all her shows. I'll be seeing a show with her, Suzy Bogguss and Terri Clark in a couple weeks. It's at a slightly bigger venue so I'm sure there will be no free meet and greets, but I'm excited nonetheless.
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Someday I wouldn’t mind meeting Catherine O’Hara and ask her why she left SCTV before it was over. She was the best thing about the show.
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