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Mr. T Reveals How That Photo of Nancy Reagan Sitting on His Lap Came to Be

17 May 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The A-Team star Mr. T and First Lady Nancy Reagan may have been an unusual friendship, but there was no denying the pair were close. "We were wonderful," Mr. T tells People at a Fairfield by Marriott event. Mr. T and famed acrobat Nik Wallenda are helping the hotel recognize National Amazing Month throughout this month. Mr. T, 63, partnered with the former first lady on her Just Say No campaign against drugs in 1983. "Word got out that Mr. T was going to the neighbors and talking to kids and telling them to stay in school, don't do drugs, listen to your mother, »

- Mollie Cahillane, @MollieCahillane

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Mr. T Reveals How That Photo of Nancy Reagan Sitting on His Lap Came to Be

17 May 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The A-Team star Mr. T and First Lady Nancy Reagan may have been an unusual friendship, but there was no denying the pair were close. "We were wonderful," Mr. T tells People at a Fairfield by Marriott event. Mr. T and famed acrobat Nik Wallenda are helping the hotel recognize National Amazing Month throughout this month. Mr. T, 63, partnered with the former first lady on her Just Say No campaign against drugs in 1983. "Word got out that Mr. T was going to the neighbors and talking to kids and telling them to stay in school, don't do drugs, listen to your mother, »

- Mollie Cahillane, @MollieCahillane

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Mr T: The Man With The Gold - what we learned

20 April 2016 2:05 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Mr T's 1985 autobiography, The Man With The Gold, is jam-packed with tree-felling, door-smashing, people-throwing anecdotes...

“I live by the Golden Rule – the man with the gold rules.”

Mr. T. My lifelong hero. A man who has and thrown more “suckers” around than an octopus in a washing machine, and taught aviophobes everywhere that “I aint gettin’ on no plane” is a phrase that can be dished out with attitude.

But what do we actually know about this 80s legend besides the gold chains, Mohawk and fool-based catchphrases?

I suppose we could just trawl through the big man’s Wikipedia profile. It’s surprisingly extensive. But when we’re talking about a lyrical genius responsible for phrases like “I was on him like ugly on an ape” and “the entire place got quiet, so quiet you could hear a mosquito urinate on cotton”, it’s best to go straight to the source. »

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Mr. T Says Farewell to His Friend Nancy Reagan During Emotional Funeral Service

11 March 2016 12:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Together, Nancy Reagan and her husband, ‘Ronnie’, wrote a White House love story worthy of Old Hollywood. Subscribe now for an inside look at their extraordinary journey and 52-year marriage, only in People!The A-Team star Mr. T was among the many celebrity guests who paid their respects to Nancy Reagan as she was laid to rest beside her beloved husband, former President Ronald Reagan, in a funeral service Friday. Mr. T, 63, who partnered with the former first lady on her "Just Say No" campaign against drugs in 1983, looked somber in an American flag bandana as he attended the service »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Mr. T Says Farewell to His Friend Nancy Reagan During Emotional Funeral Service

11 March 2016 12:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Together, Nancy Reagan and her husband, ‘Ronnie’, wrote a White House love story worthy of Old Hollywood. Subscribe now for an inside look at their extraordinary journey and 52-year marriage, only in People!The A-Team star Mr. T was among the many celebrity guests who paid their respects to Nancy Reagan as she was laid to rest beside her beloved husband, former President Ronald Reagan, in a funeral service Friday. Mr. T, 63, who partnered with the former first lady on her "Just Say No" campaign against drugs in 1983, looked somber in an American flag bandana as he attended the service »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Mr. T Calls Working with Nancy Reagan on Her 'Just Say No' Campaign 'the Highlight of My Career'

8 March 2016 5:35 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Tributes to the late Nancy Reagan continue to pour in from every corner of Hollywood following her death Sunday. One of the most heartfelt remembrances came from one of the former First Lady's most unlikely costars. Star Mr. T, who partnered with the Reagan on her "Just Say No" campaign against drugs. "I mourn the death of First Lady Nancy Reagan, who was Very Special to me," The A-Team star wrote on Twitter, Tuesday. "Not only did she invite me to the White House in December '83, after meeting with her and President Ronald Reagan… she then asked me to »

- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble

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‘Rocky’ Actor Tony Burton Dies at 78

26 February 2016 10:48 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Tony Burton, best know for his role as Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed’s trainer in the “Rocky” films, died on Thursday night. He was 78.

His cause of death has not been disclosed, but his sister, Loretta Kelly, told the Michigan news site MLive that he had been hospitalized several times in the last year.

Burton played Tony “Duke” Evers alongside Sylvester Stallone and Carl Weathers in the franchise’s first six films. He retired from acting in 2007, the year after his final “Rocky” movie, “Rocky Balboa,” was released.

Weathers confirmed Burton’s death Thursday night on Twitter.

“Sad news. Rip Tony Burton. His intensity and talent helped make the Rocky movies successful,” he wrote.

@E_Woodyard @TheSlyStallone Sad news. Rip Tony Burton. His intensity and talent helped make the Rocky movies successful. #BePeace

Carl Weathers (@TheCarlWeathers) February 26, 2016

MGM, the studio behind the “Rocky” films, also paid tribute to Burton, »

- Maane Khatchatourian

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Rip Tony Burton: ‘Rocky’ actor passes away aged 78

26 February 2016 7:51 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Tony Burton, the actor who starred in six of the Rocky movies opposite Sylvester Stallone, has died at the age of 78. The cause of Burton’s death isn’t known.

As well as the Rocky films, Burton also had roles in The A-Team, NYPD Blue, Kojak, The Shining, Stir Crazy and Twin Peaks.

Burton played the role Tony “Duke” Evers, who trained both Rocky and Apollo Creed.

Carl Weathers, who appeared in the first four Rocky films as Apollo Creed, tweeted: “Sad news. Rip Tony Burton. His intensity and talent helped make the Rocky movies successful.”

Rest In Peace Duke.

The post Rip Tony Burton: ‘Rocky’ actor passes away aged 78 appeared first on The Hollywood News. »

- Paul Heath

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Review: The dumbest 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' cops get some run in 'House Mouses'

16 February 2016 6:30 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A review of tonight's Brooklyn Nine-Nine coming up just as soon as I give you a signed copy of my book of mouth exercises... My father's cousin was an actor named Danny Wells. He never hit it big — these days, if people would know him at all, it would be for playing Luigi to Captain Lou Albano's Mario in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! —  but he worked steadily in TV throughout the '70s and '80s, to the point where it became almost routine when I would tell my parents that Cousin Danny had popped up in another episode of The A-Team or CHiPs. He also had a recurring role on The Jeffersons as Charlie, the bartender on the first floor of George and Weezie's apartment building (here he is giving George some advice), and towards the end of the series, there were even a couple of Charlie-centric episodes. »

- Alan Sepinwall

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The Walking Dead: Xander Berkeley Will Be Playing [Spoiler]!

4 January 2016 8:28 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Remember back in September, when TVLine reported that "24" vet Xander Berkeley would be joining The Walking Dead in an unspecified role in the second half of Season 6 (which begins Feb. 14)? Now we can exclusively reveal whom he’ll be playing — and, in short, his character is bad news.

The veteran actor will be bringing to weaselly life Gregory, who, according to Robert Kirkman’s comic-book source material, is the leader of the Hilltop Colony, a coward to the core and a total nightmare for Maggie and Rick. Just how awful is the villain? »

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