Still At Play Analysis

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Actor William Daniels—known for roles such as Mr. Braddock in The Graduate, John Adams in1776, the voice of Knight Rider’s KITT, and the stern, yet caring, Mr. Feeny of Boy Meets World—has written a memoir titled, Still At Play: My 75 Years in Show Business and the Roles that America Embraced. Daniels, who recently turned 88, has been able to create an iconic role for every generation, from his work in the golden age of Hollywood, to influential characters in classic ’90s sitcoms. He expounds on these memories in his forthcoming book, and while he has yet to disclose the publisher or publishing date, he shared an exclusive excerpt with us. Thespian Two-time Emmy-Award-winner William Daniels, who recently turned 88, has written his first and only memoir titled “Still At Play: My 75 Years in Show Business and the Roles that America Embraced.”…show more content…
Craig Thomas in the 9th season of the critically acclaimed Grey’s Anatomy. He is also best known for his portrayal in the musical 1776 as John Adams. A character that he played on Broadway and reprised for the film version. His memoir, Still At Play, promises to chronicle this remarkable career journey and while he has yet to reveal the publisher or the publishing date of his book, he teases us with an exclusive excerpt of Still At Play’s chapter two. I wrote the only fan letter I've ever written in my life to Mr. Bill Robinson. I don't know where my mother sent it, but, believe it or not, I received a hand-written reply on the stationary of the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. Mr. Robinson thanked me for my letter and said I must keep dancing, practicing, working hard, and one day, he was sure, I would find my name up in lights. At the end of the letter he invited me and my parents to come as his guests to his next engagement at the Cotton Club in mid-town Manhattan, (The original Cotton Club was in Harlem). He even gave us the date on which we should be

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