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Fan Fest Exclusive Interview: Actor Ric Morgan Discusses New Film “Imago” and Law Enforcement Roots

After spending the bulk of his career working in law enforcement, Ric Morgan made the jump to the entertainment industry as an actor/producer. Using knowledge gained during his years in his former career, Morgan is now working on IMAGO which examines the societal issues regarding sex trafficking. Fan Fest: What motivated the transition from law enforcement to acting? Ric Morgan: It was Serendipity, actually. Some years ago I concluded that the arc of my star at the Sheriff's Office had long ago passed its apogee, and I knew I had to...
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Fan Fest Exclusive Interview With Don Stark: “That ’70s Show” Star Talks 44 years in the Business

Don Stark, best known for his role as Bob Pinciotti on That '70s Show, spoke with Fan Fest about his 44 year-long journey in show business. Stark pays tribute to former roles while discussing upcoming projects. Fan Fest: How did you get started in acting and how did that lead you to the entertainment industry? Don Stark: I was an athlete in high school and one day I was in a forensics class where I wrote my own speeches and competed in competitions. The teacher that I had, turned out,...
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Fan Fest Exclusive Interview With Stuntman Buddy Sosthand

Recently, Fan Fest spoke with award-winning stuntman, Buddy Sosthand, about his role in the film industry. With titles such as The Amazing Spiderman and Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest under Sosthand’s belt, he’s gained quite a few memories while making these movies. Fan Fest: How did you begin in stunt work? What is the training process like? Buddy Sosthand: Before I became a Stunt Production assistant on Fear Factor, I worked on many music videos and commercials as a production assistant. That eventually led me to meeting a 1st AD who introduced me to...
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“Happy Days” Cast Remembers Erin Moran

This weekend, Hollywood lost another child star whose rise to fame was found in a beloved 70s sitcom. Erin Moran, Joanie Cunningham on the hit show Happy Days, passed away at the age of 56. After an autopsy, it has since been confirmed that Moran's cause of death was complications due to cancer. Now, her costars of Days have commented on her passing, either to People Magazine, official statements, or Twitter, and have had kind words to say about Moran.   https://twitter.com/RealRonHoward/status/855972685632942080 https://twitter.com/hwinkler4real/status/855961562556751872 “I am so incredibly sad to hear about...
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The Grammys Salute the Bee Gees on CBS Special

Last night, the Grammys paid tribute to one of the most famous family bands in the music industry, the Bee Gees. The group, known for their disco sound, catapulted to fame in 1977 following the release of the now classic Saturday Night Fever. The film's star, John Travolta, was on deck to pay tribute to the group of brothers, made up of Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. Travolta wore a white and black suit similar to the one his character made famous in Fever. He delighted the crowd by doing...
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Mark Hamill Remembers Carrie Fisher

During the 2017 Star Wars Celebration, Mark Hamill reflected on his working relationship with the late Carrie Fisher. This marks the first Star Wars Celebration since Fisher's passing last December, while 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the original Star Wars. The event featured a panel in which Hamill, who refers to Fisher as his "beloved space twin," shared some touching remarks regarding his costar. "“When I think of her, she’s looking down from the celestial stratosphere with those big brown eyes, that sly smile on her face, as she...
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