SPJ LA Holiday party in Beverly Hills, CA
About 75 freelancers, newspaper editors, magazine writers, TV and radio newsman huddled in Beverly Hills this week to kick off the holiday season. Among the guests was long time award-winning actress June Lockhart, RTNA Board of Director (Lost in Space (1965), (General Hospital (1963), Lassie (1954), which I just saw on TV in syndication, and Petticoat Junction (1963).
|(L-R) Frank Mottek, host KNX, Robert Navi, June Lockhart, and|
George McQuade at the SPJ LA holiday party in Beverly Hills, CA.
But one of the most recognizable faces in TV dramas that date back to the late 1970's and on the big screen was Robert Davi, a native New Yorker.
He's been in so many TV drams, but on the screen my favorites were James Bond, Die Hard (1988), Profiler (1996), Licence to Kill (1989). Davi told this writer he's singing a different tune this holiday season, literally in the name of charity - The Salvation Army.
He just cut an album of tunes just in time for the holidays, songs made by the original legendary songmaster of "New York, New York" singer Frank Sinatra.
Davi will sing the tribute to Frank Sinatra, an event he is billing as “Mistletoe Tuesday”, December 13th. Davi is donating his proceeds from his Capitol record downloads on Amazon and iTunes for "O' Blue Eyes."
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