Re: Update on Steven Waddington... well sort of

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Posted by Chloe on May 13, 1998 at 14:23:19:

In Reply to: Re: Update on Steven Waddington... well sort of posted by Jo on March 21, 1998 at 15:13:56:

: : : Hi everybody,

: : : There were questions about what all the cast has been up to since LOTM. It slipped my mind until now, but I did see Steven Waddington, I think it was Fall last year, in a TV series on Ivanhoe. This was broadcasted in the afternoon, when I am usually not home, so I sort of "zapped into it" when I had a day off of work. I can't tell you anything about the series, since I just caught a mere 10 minutes of it. I didn't recognize him, though, until the end credits, because he was sporting big hair and a big beard. A far cry from the clean cut and well dressed Roger Moore, who was playing Ivanhoe when I was growing up!

: : : Ilse

: : Ilse,
: : Yes.. yes.... Ivanhoe! It was a GREAT production! But..... I thought Steven Waddington was miscast as Ivanhoe. He's a very good actor and was perfect for the role of Duncan, but he seemed to lack something in Ivanhoe. He didn't have the 'presence' about him that Ivanhoe requires. Anyone else see this?

: : It was an A & E production, by the way. If anyone hasn't seen this, do try to. It's long but it's excellent.

: Elaine,

: YEs, YEs, I saw about one hour of this A&E production....Had to to back to the TV guide to see, again, who Steve Waddington played as I couldn't find him in the players at all. As it turned out; he was so unmemorable, or was it his part??, it was had to equate him to Ivanho as I would have immagined; I never recognized him at all. Loved the part of the production I saw, though. Just waiting for the reruns...

: Jo
: Who has seen the sun actually shine now for 5 days straight and has not been on the site for awhile!!! (maybe its the program...) As usual, a lot of good reading, especially now that it's raining again.
: Yes, Rich, I bet you would like to see that bunny suit...

I had the unfortunate experience of seeing Steve in "Tarzan and The Lost City". I dont mean any offense to Mr Waddington bu saying unfortunate, but it was a dreadful movie. He dies in the end, and dont worry Im not ruining the movie for anyone

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