Don’t Quit Your Day Job

Posted in Actor, Actress, Agent, AMPTP, Bronson Page, Cold Case, Conny Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds, Film, Jane Curtain, Kurt Russell, Movies, SAG, Sam Page, Strike, Todd Justice on April 6, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

Interesting times, these.  I speak about this from the viewpoint of an actor/entertainer. These are the times when you have to take a look at what is really going on in our industry.  



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Seems Like Yesterday:Bronson’s Birthday 04/05/68

Posted in Birthdays, Bronson Page, Family, Gay Marriage, Mother, rodeo, Sons, TV, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 3, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

Nothing much has changed in him, only everything         bronsons-back

I am twenty-three again, only wiser

I didn’t know it then, but he was everything   my-son-and-me    cold-case-bronson-and-me

My son, my pulse, my heart, my adviser      bronson-and-me-sepia

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Ramona: Sunshine and Force of Nature

Posted in Bronson Page, Family, Grandmothers, Sam Page with tags , , , on April 1, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

Sam went to see his grandmother in Utah; fortunately, Bronson went with him and had the chance to meet Ramona.

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These two men are the most important people in my life and they love each other.

My life is worthwhile because my son has met his soulmate.  bronsam-at-the-rodeo

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Uninvited Leading Lady

Posted in Actress, Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke with tags , , , , , , on February 17, 2009 by Lovesick Billy


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Nashville, 1973…I think.  There was a big article in the Nashville Banner about a major Hollywood studio coming to film a story about real Country singers and The Grand Ol’ Opry.  Not only that, but it would star Burt Reynolds and he needed a leading lady. This was the stuff that movies were made of…for real.

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Un-Conditionally Me

Posted in Uncategorized on January 12, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

I was sure that, although I had been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st Century by my son Bronson, I did not have a phobia, condition, syndrome or wasn’t “damaged” like almost every person I know.  


I really didn’t think that I was part of the new millennium because I was too old and not in-touch enough to fit in with the very folk I consider to be my friends. I didn’t have a condition. I was partly wrong.

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We Are ALL on a Slide to Extinction

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on January 1, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

I am the last of me. The way I speak, act and react are not found again in nature. The tilt of my head may reveal itself  in my son as something noticed out of the corner of someone’s eye, but it will be the merest ghost of me.  


My unique reaction or my quickness of humor may be found in a nano-second during a conversation with my son, but it will be only the mist of me. We are all on a slide to extinction.

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Photo Letter to Ken Starr, et al: Enough Said

Posted in Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Divorce, Family, Gay Marriage, In-Laws, Sam Page, son-in-law with tags , , , , , , , , on December 21, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

Me with my son-in law Sam Page (left) and my son Bronson Page (right).