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Overview (1)

Born in East Greenbush, New York, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Hugh Romney was born on May 15, 1936 in East Greenbush, New York, USA. He is an actor, known for Breaking the Rules (2006), Woodstock: Now & Then (2009) and Hippies (2007). He has been married to Bonnie Beecher since 1965. They have one child. He was previously married to Elizabeth.

Spouse (2)

Bonnie Beecher (1965 - present) (1 child)
Elizabeth (c. 1961 - 1963) (divorced)

Trivia (3)

In 1965, he and his wife, actress Bonnie Jean Beecher (Jaranatha Romney), co-founded a commune which by 1966 was located in North Hollywood and he became the manager of falsetto singer and ukulele player, Tiny Tim. Later in that year it moved to Sunland, California, in the San Fernando Valley. It moved again within Sunland, where the commune became the caretakers of an actual hog farm and took the eponymous name as its own. (Wavy refers to it as "hippie Hyannisport"). It was as a member of the "Hog Farm and Friends" performing troupe that he found himself pitching in to feed the masses at the original Woodstock Festival in 1969. The commune subsequently moved to Berkeley, California where it operated a telephone message service, "Babble On." In 1974, the commune also established "Camp Winnarainbow" in Laytonville, Mendocino county, California. It quickly proved to be fertile ground for various forms of performing arts. The commune also founded the Seva Foundation, which has long supported projects such as blindness prevention and sight restoration in India, and diabetes prevention and treatment, and buffalo raising, on the Winnebago reservation in Eastern Nebraska. The couple has one son, Jordan, a.k.a. "Howdy.".
Frequently works with a group of political satirists who run the "Nobody for President" campaign. He serves as "Nobody's Fool".
Had a flavor of Ben and Jerry's ice cream named after him.

Personal Quotes (2)

There's always a little bit of heaven in a disaster area.
(At the original Woodstock festival, 3rd day): "Good morning! What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand."

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