January 16, 2008 2:39 pm Leave your thoughts
Veteran actor Richard Thomas trecked to JL Studios between performances to record a voice over for “Hope For Life”.
“Thomas is in Toronto staring as courageous Juror #8 in Twelve Angry Men, which hit the stage at the Princess of Wales Theatre Jan. 8. Most remember Richard Thomas as John-Boy from The Waltons in 1972, the role that first made him a household name. During the Waltons years, Thomas starred in several well-mounted TV movies, including the 1979 remake of All Quiet on the Western Front. Ever seeking opportunities to expand his range, Thomas has sunk his teeth into such roles as the self-destructive title character in Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story (1983) and the amusingly sanctimonious Rev. Bobby Joe in the satirical Glory! Glory!. In 1980, Thomas made his first Broadway appearance in over two decades as the paralyzed protagonist of Whose Life is It Anyway.”
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This post was written by Jeffrey LeClair