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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Debbie Allen, Feb 29, 2016.
Do you know anything of his troubles with his child?
Not really Debbie, but there have been plenty of articles on Scientology. Also, I am not judging him at all. He's simply an actor in some movies I've seen.
I know one died.
I liked him in Broken Arrow, Phenomenon, Grease, Saturday Night Fever and Michael. I don't judge people by what they believe in and that is not who is to judge in the first place.
I think he got better looking as he aged and I love that smile of his.
You can learn more about him and his family here:
Yes I know he had a child who was born with autism and who died age 16 from a seizure, absolutely tragic for any parent., and no-one would wish that on anyone ..but for me anyway, I'm discussing/judging JT as an actor, and celebrity...not a father or husband..of which I know nothing...
As well as other faiths and beliefs, including Christianity, Paulean and Jewish.
Okay, okay... I'll admit that Vinnie Barbarino was my favorite cast member... *but* not so sure I'd say he was hot. David Cassidy... now HE was hot.
And Fonzie would have been an interesting date. And Randy Mantooth... oh my, my!
Oh The FONZ tops them all!!
Yes, that's true.
I didn't see any judging here... the statement made was that there was controversy including the Scientology. Not a judging statement anywhere to be found, nope nope. Tom Cruise has controversy about it, too... so did Katie Holmes before she escaped. Can't deny there's controversy there.
I am choosing to drop that.
Now if we were going for the best looking male actor, it would have to be Sam Elliott
I judge people by their religion sometimes. It depends on the religion, but there are some religions that I just consider weird and it's impossible not to judge people by that. I mean, a person's religion is a large part of who they are and you can't fairly judge someone unless you consider everything that's available. I don't judge people according to their religion here though, nor anywhere else in public, and I am not at all suggesting we judge one another on that basis here, but it would be a lie for me to say that I don't consider it. Of course, religion is only a part of the whole, and I know some very good, intelligent people who are believers in religions that I consider to be weird. Then, of course, there is the fact that I am an Anabaptist and most people don't even know what that is.
I too like Saturday Night Fever with all the music from Bee Gees too, makes the movie so good. I like rock operas like Laryrinth with David Bowie too.
image from http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/80s-films/images/298571/title/labyrinth-1986-photo.
image from http://vandaagindemuziekgeschiedenis.blogspot.com/2012/12/muziekgeschiedenis-van-16-december.html.
Oooooh and don't forget about Rocky Horror Picture Show.