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GARY TOMLIN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/04 - HFSID 302028

Before he began his long association with soap operas, Tomlin won Council of Stock Theatres award as "Most Promising New Actor." That's the role he discusses in this handwritten letter. Autograph Letter signed: "Gary", 1 page, 7¼x10¼. No place, July 4, circa 1973.

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Condition: Slightly creased
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GARY TOMLIN
Before he began his long association with soap operas, Tomlin won Council of Stock Theatres award as "Most Promising New Actor." That's the role he discusses in this handwritten letter.
Autograph Letter signed: "Gary", 1 page, 7¼x10¼. No place, July 4, circa 1973. To "Dear Charles" [Forsythe], in full: "Butterflies is going very well. I want to thank you for being so good to me and Brian. He's very happy with his job - as well he should be. It's like a shot in the arm for him. We worked very hard on the play and have a very good production. We all get along well and Viv is just great. I was also very glad to hear about the Pocono's. I spoke to Steven Shane [?] tonight. Viv was talking to him. He was worried about the bit in the sound but has it worked out. I hope you can see us somewhere along the line. Again, thank you for everything. Warmest regards". Gary Tomlin (b. 1950) has been active in the creation of daytime TV dramas since 1973, when he first joined the cast of Search for Tomorrow. After another stint on Another World, he became a writer, beginning with Days of Our Lives (1980); a director, commencing with Another World (1987); and a producer, starting with One Life to Live (2001). In April 2012, Tomlin resumed co-head writer duties at Days of Our Lives. Before turning his talents to the daytime dramas, Tomlin made a successful debut in the starring role of a touring production of Butterflies Are Free, with Vivian Vance cast as his mother. This role won Tomlin the Most Promising New Actor award from the Council of Stock Theatres in 1973.Charles Forsythe was a theatre director and producer. Normal mailing folds. Slightly creased. Pencil note (unknown hand) at top edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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