Friday, August 04, 2006

Peter Mark Richman stars in Stallone short

... And no, we don't mean Sly Stallone -- we mean his son, Sage Stallone, who's even played his screen son, Rocky Balboa Jr. Sage Stallone is doing some moviemaking himself, these days, and one of his projects this year is a 30-minute film that features our own Peter Mark Richman, a BRBTV triple shot. You'll remember Richman best as Andrew Laird on "Dynasty," wise counsel to Blake Carrington. He was also Maynard Anderson (not to be confused with Punk Anderson) in the earlier years of "Dallas." AND he was the original C.C. Capwell on "Santa Barbara."

"Vic" is the "tale of a man who, once famous, tasted the bitter truth about unsteadiness of human fascination and memory," according to reviewer Abel Korzeniowski. Written and directed by the younger Stallone, the film also includes Miriam Byrd-Nethery, whom you might remember as Rose Ellen on "The Dukes of Hazzard." Her husband, Clu Gulager, plays the title character. Richman plays Paul Marcus, and you can see him in stills from the movie at its IMDb page.

Philadelphia-born Richman has had a busy and storied TV career, and it's nice to see him keeping up the acting credits. BRBTV has chatted with him a bit over years, and he's shared some fun stories of his days on the set of "Santa Barbara" and "Dynasty."

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