In the spirit of encouraging racial understanding and human diversity, this anthology series presents a variety of segments along those themes. Through documentaries, continuing dramatic series like "Outerscope One," comedy spots like The Great Job Hunt and animated illustrations of various folktales, the breadth of human society is explored.Written by
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I has just recently come to my attention that there actually is a bit of a following for Vegetable Soup, even The Nigel segments that I was a part of. My Name is Edward Beckford and I played Eddie, in the 2nd season of Nigel "A Boy and His Boa" I took over after Martin went away to college. My new awareness of this has come from a friend whose fiancé' was/ is a fan. She found out that I had never seen the shows, well not most of them. She began digging and uncover something I found interesting. A small following that still exists. Now, I did that show when I was 9 years old, as a matter of fact it was my first show. I am 43 now and still plugging away in the industry, and I've still only seen 2-3 episodes.
There were a few interesting things I remember about the show, like the theme song was me singing. And the real Nigel the snake never appeared with me in the show. That was a female snake named Ginger, Nigel was shedding all summer. I also still have my little sailors hat.
Anyway, nice to stroll down memory lane for a minute.
Pura Vida ! Edward Beckford
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