I went to the Westminster College for Men in Missouri, which is what it was called back then, and transferred to the University of Denver where I ultimately got my degree.
I have German Shepherds that I train and have brought back to Germany. I love going there.
On daytime they continue to revisit a lot of the same stuff while nighttime does move on and show development.
Everything I have in life comes from Knots Landing.
In January '77 I went out to LA and have been here 26 years.
It was unpredictable, good storytelling that brought you back each week.
Knots Landing is the best thing that ever happened to me.
And I had a lot to play, which is what you want as an actor.
But no, I'm still living in LA and haven't dropped off the face of the earth.
I act for the reality, for the moment, and most of all I do it for the process.
I have no interest in writing, directing or producing.
I really wasn't on the Dallas set much. I did three or four episodes so I didn't see too much.
If I could work with Joan Van Ark every day for the rest of my life I would.
My wife is Danish and we go to Denmark a couple of times a year.
One of the things I was so glad that happened to me on Knots was that I learned to relax.
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