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Richard Tyson was born in Mobile, Alabama but eventually pursued his love of acting and moved to Hollywood, California. Landing one of his first roles on the hit TV show, ‘Moonlighting’ (with Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd), Richard’s career took off from there and hasn’t shown any sign of slowing down since. Best known for his roles as Buddy Revell in ‘Three O’Clock High’, Cullen Crisp in ‘Kindergarten Cop’ (opposite Arnold Schwartzenegger) and Perry in ‘Two Moon Junction’, Richard has time and time again proven his versatility as an actor in not only the different characters he plays, but also in his ability to go from feature film star to television actor to theater performer (he regularly takes to the stage to perform Shakespeare).
Richard was the star of his own television series called Hardball which ran for a year in 1989. He has also appeared on various other TV shows throughout his career including his most recent appearance on CSI:New York.
With a long list of film credits including ‘Black Hawk Down’, ‘There’s Something About Mary’, ‘Kingpin’, ‘Genghis Khan’ and many others, Richard has shared the screen with a wide array of actors including Charleton Heston, Orlando Bloom, Ben Stiller and John Travolta. In addition to his extensive film and television career, Richard holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from Cornell University and once taught acting there. Richard’s most recent films include ‘Naked Run’, ‘Richard III’, ‘Plane Dead’, ‘The Visitation’ and the horror film, ‘Big Bad Wolf’ in which Richard plays a stepfather accused by his stepson of being a vicious werewolf. ‘Big Bad Wolf’ is set for release this year.
In the fall of 2006 Richard returned home to Alabama for the premiere of the film, ‘When I Find The Ocean’ – the first film he has been in to be shot in his home state – and soon after visited Russia where he accepted the Peacemaker Award. Richard is currently shooting the film ‘Jake’s Corner’ and will be returning to Russia later this year to begin filming for another movie. He is also looking to direct and produce his own films and continues to seek interesting and challenging roles to play.
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Singer/songwriter Patricia “Bonnie” Pointer was born on July 11, 1950 in Oakland, California. She’s the second youngest member of the hugely popular and successful soul/R&B group The Pointer Sisters. Bonnie began singing in the choir of her father Reverend Elton Pointer’s church. In 1969 Bonnie formed a duo with her younger sister June called Pointers, A Pair. The group became a trio after Anita Pointer joined in 1969 and eventually evolved into a quartet when Ruth Pointer joined in 1972. Bonnie recorded five albums with The Pointer Sisters and co-wrote such songs as “How Long” and the 1974 Grammy Award-winning breakthrough hit “Fairytale.” She left the group to pursue a solo career in 1977. In 1976 Bonnie sang vocals on Bill Wyman’s 1976 album “Stone Alone.” Moreover, Bonnie co-wrote the song “Bring Your Sweet Stuff Home to Me” for Stevie Wonder’s album “Having a Party.” In 1978 Bonnie married Motown Records producer Jeffrey Bowen and released her self-titled debut solo album; the disco song “Heaven Must Have Sent You” peaked at #11 on the Billboard pop charts (this song was featured on the soundtrack to the 1998 film “54”). In 1979 Bonnie released her second album. Her third album “If The Price is Right” came out in 1984. Bonnie sings the songs “Heaven” and “The Beast in Me” on the soundtrack to the movie “Heavenly Bodies.” She has twice reunited with The Pointer Sisters: she attended the ceremony for the unveiling of the star for group on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994 and joined her siblings on stage for a concert performance of “Jump (For My Love)” in Las Vegas, Nevada on New Years Eve in 1996. Bonnie still continues to perform all over the country and has appeared at several Gay Pride celebrations throughout the United States. In early 2008 Bonnie Pointer embarked on a concert tour of Europe.
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