Friday, March 07, 2008

Frank Runyeon is busy spreading the Good Word

We've reported on the BRBTV News Blog about the modern-day antics of Frank Runyeon, our former Father Michael of "Santa Barbara." How comfy Runyeon was in that role of a priest, because he's a man of the cloth, so to speak, in real life, as well.

Runyeon, who terms himself a "Biblical actor," portraying a variety of stage roles from the pages of Scripture, has a whole slew of engagements coming up in the next several weeks:

- Saturday, March 8: First Lutheran Church, Torrance, CA
- Sunday, March 9 - Monday, March 10: St. Joan of Arc Church, Lisle, IL
- Sunday, March 9: St. Joan of Arc Church, Lisle, IL
- Monday, March 10: St. Joan of Arc Church, Lisle, IL
- Tuesday, March 11: St. Christopher Church, Saginaw, MI
- Wednesday, March 12: Infant Jesus Church, Port Jefferson, NY
- Thursday, March 13: St. Patrick Church, Pelham, NH
- Friday, March 14: St. John Church, Cromwell, CT
- Saturday, March 15: First Presbyterian Church, Mt. Vernon, OH
- Sunday, March 16: Immaculate Conception, New Hartford, CT
- Monday, March 17: St. Charles Church, San Carlos, CA
- Thursday, March 20: First Presbyterian Church, Chipley, FL
- Good Friday, March 21: Grace Heartland Church, Elizabethtown, KY
- Wednesday, April 2: Our Lady of Grace Church, Brooklyn, NY
- Thursday, April 3: Nativity of Our Lord Church, Monroe Twp, NJ
- Saturday, April 5: St. Patrick Church, Farmington, CT
- Sunday, April 6: St. Agatha Church, Milton, MA
- Wednesday, April 16: St. Michael Lutheran Church, Canton, MI
- Thursday, April 17: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Aurora, OH
- Friday, April 18: St. Raphael Church, Naperville, IL
- Sunday, April 20: St. Francis of Assisi Church, Wichita, KS

To see which Biblical characters he's playing at each site and for other information, check Runyeon's schedule on his official website. Our handsome priestly actor is also working on an autobiography, "Escape from Hollywood: An Actor's Journey."

BRBTV News Blog Blip: What's in a name? Apparently a whole lot of association, if this stunt-driving family in the U.K. is any indication. The name is Duke, and the game is daredevilin' kinda like that precious Bo and Luke we know. Check it out, at the Swindon Advertiser.

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