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Chicago – In the summer of 1980, the whole nation was obsessed with one question – “Who shot J.R.?” J.R. was J.R. Ewing, portrayed by Larry Hagman, and the TV show that provided that question was “Dallas.” The role of J.R.’s long suffering wife on the show was portrayed by Linda Gray, who has written a new memoir.
Linda Ann Gray took a circuitous route to her most famous role, as chronicled in her new book “The Road to Happiness – Is Always Under Construction.” She was born in Santa Monica, California, and like many women of her generation, married at a very young age (that marriage lasted for 21 years). She sought fulfillment beyond that life, and began a modeling career in the 1960s – one of her most famous jobs was standing in for Anne Bancroft’s leg on the poster for the film, “The Graduate.”
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Following their big split at the end of last week’s episode, is there any hope left for Jimmy and Lydia in Monday’s Significant Mother season finale (The CW, 9:30/8:30c)?
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Series creators Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith won’t say, but they do promise that the finale will fill in a few blanks from the couple’s latest argument, in addition to revealing “whether or not it’ll all end happily.” And what’s this about Nate coming to their rescue?
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Linda Gray has a ''gratitude walk'' every day after battling through polio as a child. The 'Dallas' actress has written her memoir, 'The Road To Happiness is Always Under Construction', to celebrate her 75th birthday and has revealed her life-long love of exercise partly comes from her joy at beating the viral disease that can leave victims paralysed or with permanent walking difficulties. She shared: ''I had polio and I was not expected to walk and that's why the book cover and that cover show my legs. A lot of it is I'm thrilled I can walk, so I take what I call my gratitude walk. Gratitude walk is going outside, I love to be outside, and I walk for as long as that day allows. Maybe it's 15, maybe it's 20 minutes. Longer days, weekends, maybe half hour, an hour, 45 minutes. We start early in the morning, go outside ... »
3 items from 2015
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