Hey all. I'll kick this one off with this fond memory. When at university, Red Skelton was going to do a one-man show at our student union. As a special treat for the theatre department, he came early the day of his performance and spent a couple of hours with us. Because I had arranged Mr Skelton's visit with the department, I was responsible for being his host. At that time he was around 70 years old, full of piss and vinegar but still an older man. I ushered him into the packed auditorium of theatre majors, he went before me and I followed him. Naturally, the entire group of students began to applaud as he walked down the aisle. What I did not expect was that he would, as was his custom (which he later explained to us why), stop and applaud the group applauding him. I expected him to continue down the aisle and since he had stopped, I ran right into him, nearly knocking the seemingly frail actor over. He did not fall then, caught his balance and actually kept me from falling. Later he explained to us how to do a prat fall, though he could not demonstrate it because of his age. He could demonstrate how to walk like a drunk though. And he always applauded because his parents had shoved him onto a stage at the tender age of four of five and when the audience started applauding him and they would a cute kid, he was so terrified that he thought they expected him to applaud back. So he always applauded people who applauded him, though as an adult he did so in gratitude for their appreciation of his work. There's more famous people on my list, but I'll just leave this one to get the ball rolling. peace, revel.