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Gerard Butler GALS


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    Creedy's Firey GAL
  • Birthday 11/15/1984

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    United States of America
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    Opera; classical music; silent movies; ballet; musicals; singing; acting; European literature; gardening; volunteer work; nursing; reading; drawing; shopping; antiquing; and photography; social conservative issues.

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    United States
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    Classical Social Conservative Gal
  1. Well, in my opinion, there can't be enough attention on Michael. (Die hard MC fan) But, I agree - Steve Barton contributed a great deal to the production and he was such a kind and down-to-earth gentleman. There is a little unknown story that a year later in 1987, after Michael Crawford had to go into hospital after coming down with a case of hiatal hernia - Steve Barton tried to take over for him. But unfortuantely on the very first night he was to go on, during the Masquerade scene where the Phantom is seen going back down to the underworld, the trapdoor fell out from under him a bit and whe
  2. I'm happy there has been a positive response to the documentary.
  3. Well, the scorpions are very "Jeckyll and Hyde"... sometimes. LOL I think that it would be a perfect role for him. Emotionally and psychologically hard?? It´s the best challenge that an artist can have. I know it, know it very well,... Personally I enjoy more intensely my work if the role is very hard emotionally and psychologically. It is the interesting thing: penetrate in this world thoroughly and make yours everything that the character is, all that he/she feels, thinks,... If there is no challenge there is no fun and, often, if there is no suffering there is no art. I agree, and I tho
  4. Ooh, this is a fun topic. Um, I would love to see Gerard Butler play Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, although it would be very hard on him emotionally and psychologically. (If he thought that "The Phantom of the Opera" was hard, these two dual roles would be even more demanding)
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  6. However, God works in mysterious ways. It was still an answer to Gerry's prayers when you think about it. His deliverance may not have happened instantly in Israel, but God brought that role of PS I Love You to him which was the catalyst that gave him courage and strength to quit....The way I see it, God still came through for him. I am so proud of Gerry for conquering his addictions. I admire that so about his character and striving to be the healthiest he can be. That's exactly what I think and I'm very glad that Gerard doesn't have to suffer the fate of numerous performers who have die
  7. My birthday is November 15 and I will be 24 years old this year.
  8. Well for me, it wasn't the addiction - so much as I let myself destroy myself. I think its all about having the willpower. Anyone can quit a bad habit, if they really decide to do it. And not feel as if, "Oh I can't resist my urges anymore, I'm powerless". And actually, inhalant abuse is, in some ways, more fatal than smoking as you can die even on your first attempt and then, some people can suffer from inhalant-induced physical problems - even up to causing people to have hallucinations and dementia.
  9. There are thousands of people who turn to God (Jesus) in order to help them quit a bad habit. I myself, I hate to admit this, was a former inhalant abuser (Granted only for a short time, 2 and a half years) until I realized the idiocy of my actions and then I decided to simply quit cold turkey. And since then, I've been sober since. (For roughly about almost two years now) The only unfortunate thing is that the abuse messed up my liver - so I now have chronic liver disease (bordering on cirrhosis). But at least, for now, its stable and I'm thankful to God for making me quit. Anyway, back to t
  10. No need to laugh, it was my opinion, of course. No offense meant. I wasn't "laughing" at you . . . poor judgment on my part to put the laughing smilie. Of course you are entitled to your opinion. I apologize for insulting you.Lisa It's okay, no need to to apologize.
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