Tiger Beat Spectacular, November 1971


I try to have a sense of humor no matter what kind of situation I may be in.

I enjoy the "simple" things in life-like exploring the vast wilderness.

I try to be a gentleman at all times.

I strive to totally understand any character I play and every situation that he faces, so I can give the best and most believable performance possible.

I hope to do whatever I can to help stop the problem of pollution.

I try to be patient with others--just as I want them to try to be patient with me.

I make an effort to meet as many different people as I can in as many different environments as I can.

I feel positively wonderful when I hear that YOU like my show and my role in it.


Many times I either oversleep, or want to oversleep.

Once in a while I get careless and forget to turn my car lights off.

I often get disgusted when I think about pollution and what it is doing to our country. I feel so helpless when I think there is only so much I can do.

Too often I misplace items and have to spend time looking for them.

Occasionally I get depressed, and prefer to go off someplace where I can be alone.

I get very embarrassed when I forget a person's name or face--especially when we've just met!

Sometimes I fall so far behind in my work that I wish there were more than 24 hours in a day.

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