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tv studio with anchorperson “I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” — Groucho Marx (Photo: Shutterstock)

W.C. Fields famously advised actors pay heed to that old Hollywood adage “never work with children or animals.” Why? Because children and animals steal the scene. How accurate is this adage? Future President of the United States and then-actor Ronald Reagan saw his stage career momentarily revived following his appearance in the box-office hit Bedtime for Bonzo, where he played opposite a monkey. So much for old adages.

Christopher Carosa


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