Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Will 'Wonders' Never Cease...

Remember "Dad" from "The Wonder Years"?

(Dan Lauria - guy's been getting a lot of work since then, including "The Spirit")

Turns out he's also one o' them "Hollywood Conservatives"

Some one needs to tell Gary Sinise Pat Boone
(the only other screen actor willing to wear the label) ...

Maybe they could get coffee or something.

- MuscleDaddy


  1. Pat Boone(the only other screen actor willing to wear the label) ...

    I can think of a few others. David Zucker, Myrna Sokoloff, and Jon Voight, all of whom produced and acted in An American Carol.

    Then there is actor Ron Silver, who has a number of conservative articles - principally WOT based - published online, although I can't remember exactly where.

    Scott Baio, beloved Chachi from days of yore, has bled red since Joanie became but a celluloid memory. Fellow pretty-boy Rob Lowe has apparently taken that faux-Churcillian aphorism about "conservative at twenty, liberal at forty" to heart.

    That is just what I can recall off the top of my Xmas-filled-mind, but doubtless others can pry the torch from my benumbed fingers and toss more names into this Hollywood kitty.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family, MuscleDaddy.

  2. And of course there's also Kelsey Grammar - I was mostly referring to that debacle where Pat Boone "outed" a bunch of Brave Hollywood Conservtives - only have them retreat to the shadows.

    (except Voight - man's a straight lunatic, God love him)

    Merry Christmas!

    - MD

  3. For some unknown reason, Bo Derek came to my mind first. How did we leave out Chuck Norris? ◄Dave►


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