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12th Mar '17 1:55:30 PM nombretomado
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* MorganFreeman reported in an interview that in the press conference for ''Film/DeepImpact'' (where he plays the President of the US), many reporters called him "Mr. President".

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* MorganFreeman Creator/MorganFreeman reported in an interview that in the press conference for ''Film/DeepImpact'' (where he plays the President of the US), many reporters called him "Mr. President".
2nd Mar '17 4:19:35 PM eroock
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->''"The line between fantasy and reality has been put in a wrist lock and ripped out of its socket. There is now a reality show about Creator/StevenSeagal being an actual policeman. Without a doubt, this idea is as incredible as it is insane. All that time we watched him play a cop, he was training to be a real cop. I can only hope all that time I spent watching ''Series/WonderWoman'' was training Lynda Carter to give me handjobs."''\\
--'''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-7-super-powers-of-steven-seagal-lawman/#ixzz31rCQFvPB "The 7 Super Powers That Steven Seagal Actually Believes He Has"]]

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->''"The line between fantasy and reality has been put in a wrist lock and ripped out of its socket. There is now a reality show about Creator/StevenSeagal being an actual policeman. Without a doubt, this idea is as incredible as it is insane. All that time we watched him play a cop, he was training to be a real cop. I can only hope all that time I spent watching ''Series/WonderWoman'' was training Lynda Carter to give me handjobs."''\\
--'''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''',
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-->-- '''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''',
[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-7-super-powers-of-steven-seagal-lawman/#ixzz31rCQFvPB "The 7 Super Powers That Steven Seagal Actually Believes He Has"]]
29th Jan '17 3:53:26 PM falcon2484
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* As in the Laurence Fishburne example above, Paul Le Mat said many people reacted to him with hostility after he played the role of abusive husband Mickey Hughes in the telefilm ''Film/TheBurningBed''.

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* As in the Laurence Fishburne example above, Paul Le Mat said many people reacted to him with hostility after he played the role of abusive husband Mickey Hughes in the telefilm MadeForTVMovie ''Film/TheBurningBed''.
29th Jan '17 3:48:29 PM falcon2484
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* As in the Laurence Fishburne example above, Paul Le Mat said many people reacted to him with hostility after he played the role of abusive husband Mickey Hughes in the telefilm ''TheBurningBed''.

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* As in the Laurence Fishburne example above, Paul Le Mat said many people reacted to him with hostility after he played the role of abusive husband Mickey Hughes in the telefilm ''TheBurningBed''.''Film/TheBurningBed''.
29th Jan '17 3:47:45 PM falcon2484
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* As in the Laurence Fishburne example above, Paul Le Mat said many people reacted to him with hostility after he played the role of abusive husband Mickey Hughes in the telefilm ''TheBurningBed''.
29th Jan '17 3:31:46 PM falcon2484
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* In ''Growing Up Brady'', Barry Williams tells how Susan Olsen was ostracized by her peers, practically overnight, after the premiere of the episode "The Tattle-Tale." It did no good, she says, to protest their treatment of her by yelling "I'm not Cindy! I'm ''not'' a tattle-tale!" The whole situation inspired in her a deep loathing for Cindy Brady.
* Henry Winkler recounts a tale about his appearance at a charity event at a park in L.A. Before the incident, he says, it somewhat grated on him that he was so closely associated with the role of Arthur Fonzarelli on ''Series/HappyDays''. After, he began to understand how much "The Fonz" meant to others, and changed the way he saw the character. While standing around at the park, he heard from behind him the word "Fonzie!", obviously uttered by a young girl. He turned around, and was confronted by a young mother holding the hand of a little girl of eight or nine. The mother was staring, chin on chest, apparently in utter shock, but not for the reason Winkler suspected. After the mother recovered a little, she told Winkler that it was the first time her daughter had ever spoken.

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* In ''Growing Up Brady'', Barry Williams tells how Susan Olsen was ostracized by her peers, practically overnight, after the premiere of the ''Series/TheBradyBunch'' episode "The Tattle-Tale." It did no good, she says, to protest their treatment of her by yelling "I'm not Cindy! I'm ''not'' a tattle-tale!" The whole situation inspired in her a deep loathing for Cindy Brady.
* Henry Winkler recounts a tale about his appearance at a charity event at a park in L.A. Before the incident, he says, it somewhat grated on him that he was so closely associated with the role of Arthur Fonzarelli on ''Series/HappyDays''. After, he began to understand how much "The Fonz" meant to others, and changed the way he saw the character. While standing around at the park, he heard from behind him the word "Fonzie!", obviously uttered by a young girl. He turned around, and was confronted by a young mother holding the hand of a little girl of eight or nine. The mother was staring, chin on chest, apparently in utter shock, but not for the reason Winkler suspected. After the mother recovered a little, she told Winkler that it was the first time her daughter had ever spoken.
29th Jan '17 3:30:44 PM falcon2484
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* Henry Winkler recounts a tale about his appearance at a charity event at a park in L.A. Before the incident, he says, it somewhat grated on him that he was so closely associated with the role of Arthur Fonzarelli on ''Series/HappyDays''. After, he began to understand how much "The Fonz" meant to others, and

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* Henry Winkler recounts a tale about his appearance at a charity event at a park in L.A. Before the incident, he says, it somewhat grated on him that he was so closely associated with the role of Arthur Fonzarelli on ''Series/HappyDays''. After, he began to understand how much "The Fonz" meant to others, and changed the way he saw the character. While standing around at the park, he heard from behind him the word "Fonzie!", obviously uttered by a young girl. He turned around, and was confronted by a young mother holding the hand of a little girl of eight or nine. The mother was staring, chin on chest, apparently in utter shock, but not for the reason Winkler suspected. After the mother recovered a little, she told Winkler that it was the first time her daughter had ever spoken.
29th Jan '17 3:21:34 PM falcon2484
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* In ''Growing Up Brady'', Barry Williams tells how Susan Olsen was ostracized by her peers, practically overnight, after the premiere of the episode "The Tattle-Tale." It did no good, she says, to protest their treatment of her by yelling "I'm not Cindy! I'm ''not'' a tattle-tale!" The whole situation inspired in her a deep loathing for Cindy Brady.
* Henry Winkler recounts a tale about his appearance at a charity event at a park in L.A. Before the incident, he says, it somewhat grated on him that he was so closely associated with the role of Arthur Fonzarelli on ''Series/HappyDays''. After, he began to understand how much "The Fonz" meant to others, and
19th Jan '17 10:32:36 PM CyberController
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* In September 2008, when MichaelDouglas spoke at the United Nations about the U.S. financial crisis, a reporter asked him, "Are you saying, Gordon, that [[{{Greed}} greed is not good]]?" The actor replied, "I'm not saying that. And my name is not Gordon. [[WallStreet He's a character I played 20 years ago.]]" It was even worse than that; he was actually there to talk about nuclear proliferation. The reporters derailed it into a discussion of the financial crisis, just because they were talking to the guy who played Gordon Gekko.

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* In September 2008, when MichaelDouglas spoke at the United Nations about the U.S. financial crisis, a reporter asked him, "Are you saying, Gordon, that [[{{Greed}} greed is not good]]?" The actor replied, "I'm not saying that. And my name is not Gordon. [[WallStreet [[Film/WallStreet He's a character I played 20 years ago.]]" It was even worse than that; he was actually there to talk about nuclear proliferation. The reporters derailed it into a discussion of the financial crisis, just because they were talking to the guy who played Gordon Gekko.
23rd Dec '16 6:23:17 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* On December 23, 2016, in the wake of Creator/CarrieFisher suffering a massive heart attack and being rushed into Intensive Care, dozens of media outlets posted the story carrying a headline that read as if "[[Film/StarWars Princess Leia]]" had the heart attack, and not the actress who portrayed her.
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