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Post by Cassiopeia on Mon 14 Mar 2011, 17:53


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Post by gorgclaud on Wed 16 Mar 2011, 07:17

Well this was the 1st official thing i ever saw about Doggett and Robert Patrick being part of the show and the 1st interview I read about him.

I immeditately liked RP as a person (as much as i could seeing as i dont know him) and actor.

He was just so happy to have a steady job and for it to be as commersial and mainstream as this and to do the best he can for it.

I also loved how he talked about his parents and about his wife going into labour. I always find he talks about his family in interviews, they mean a lot to him and he is always so pleasnt in interviews.

For 1st impressions, this interview was lovely to read for me.

Damn the cover of this mag is just spellbinding and compelling!! Sometimes i couldnt stop staring at it!
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Post by Cassiopeia on Wed 16 Mar 2011, 10:48

I remember when I read it for the first time I was so endeared by him when he talked about wanting to get into TV because that would mean that he'd be able to see his family every night. I loved that, to me, that said so much about who he is as a person (and not just a celebrity/actor, or character I watch on TV).
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Post by gorgclaud on Wed 16 Mar 2011, 11:39

Dana Doggett wrote:I remember when I read it for the first time I was so endeared by him when he talked about wanting to get into TV because that would mean that he'd be able to see his family every night. I loved that, to me, that said so much about who he is as a person (and not just a celebrity/actor, or character I watch on TV).

Totally. It was such a loving and sexy thing for a man to say. Won me over, thats for sure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! angel
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Post by Tarathemis on Sat 02 Jul 2011, 00:27

Lovely article. I lived in Los Angeles for almost 15 years before coming to Arizona, and I dealt with all kinds of entertainment-industry people. Robert is clearly a genuine guy, and so NOT the stereotypical "actor" type. Reading that article just makes me want to pinch his cheeks. (Which cheeks? Well.....)
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Post by gorgclaud on Sat 02 Jul 2011, 04:25

LOLOL!!! Damn, you got me imagining something now!!

I was thinking this last night...that he is just such a nice guy. I know ppl say this all the time and nice is such a vague word but he really is. I always think that its a pleasure being his fan. He makes it so easy to love him. When I would read an interview of other ppl I liked in entertainment, I would get scared they'd disappoint me and say something horrible about something that I wouldnt agree with or like but the more I read about RP back then the more I loved him...and he hasnt changed. He is so humble, patient, appreciative, cool, funny and sweet.
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Post by Tarathemis on Sat 02 Jul 2011, 10:53

Very true. When I lived in L.A., I met or saw plenty of famous people out and about, and some of the behaviors I witnessed were just unreal. I love that there are professionals like Robert who genuinely appreciate the opportunities they have, and just seem grateful to be able to make a good living at something they enjoy.
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Post by Cassiopeia on Sat 02 Jul 2011, 13:01

gorgclaud wrote:When I would read an interview of other ppl I liked in entertainment, I would get scared they'd disappoint me and say something horrible about something that I wouldnt agree with or like...

This is why I very, very rarely read articles or interviews about many celebs. I'll read Robert's interviews because I know that they will be good because he always comes across as a down-to-earth guy with proper morals, but I hesitate to read about anyone else (well, I'll read about Madonna, Keanu Reeves and Johnny Weir simply because they typically do not hold anything back and speak their minds and I love that, admire that, and emulate that in my own life - true inspirations for me).
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Post by Tarathemis on Sat 02 Jul 2011, 13:58

Unfortunately, living in the midst of the entertainment industry for so many years really tainted my view of it all. I'm always pleasantly surprised to hear when someone who is successful in that business ISN'T a self-deluded, entitled asshole. I rarely ever pay to see a movie at the theatre anymore, and there are only a handful of TV shows that I follow faithfully because once I hear the inside scoop from friends in L.A. who work in TV and film about a particular person, it just ruins it for me. That's partly why I'll watch Robert in anything --- whether it's a good or bad script, or a story that I otherwise wouldn't care for, I genuinely like HIM.

That, and the mere sight of him makes me think very naughty thoughts. tongue
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Post by Cassiopeia on Sun 03 Jul 2011, 12:24

At most I'll see one or two movies in a theatre per year, otherwise I just stick to movies that I already own. I also have a hard time keeping up with following TV shows too.
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Post by gorgclaud on Thu 14 Jul 2011, 15:21

Same with me. This must be a symptom of getting older ??? blink
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Post by Cassiopeia on Thu 14 Jul 2011, 18:07

Maybe it is a symptom of getting older. New movies just don't appeal to us anymore, we've moved out of the general movie-goer demographic...?
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Post by gorgclaud on Thu 14 Jul 2011, 18:21

Yep - new movies rarely entertain me and there was that point in my life where I would go every week or there abouts!
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