HAL HOLBROOK - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DIXIE CARTER - HFSID 187211
HAL HOLBROOK and DIXIE CARTER Signed b/w photograph of Tony and Emmy-winning actor Hal Holbrook with his arms around his wife, Emmy-nominated actress Dixie Carter Inscribed photograph signed "Pedro -/Regards to you-/Hal Holbrook" and "Best to/Pedro/Dixie Carter" in blue ink.
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HAL HOLBROOK and DIXIE CARTER
Signed b/w photograph of Tony and Emmy-winning actor Hal Holbrook with his arms around his wife, Emmy-nominated actress Dixie Carter
Inscribed photograph signed "Pedro -/Regards to you-/Hal Holbrook" and "Best to/Pedro/Dixie Carter" in blue ink. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, 7¼x9¼ image, one surface. Holbrook and Carter were married from 1984 until Carter's death in 2010. The couple, who met while filming the made-for-TV movie, The Killing of Randy Webster (1981), appeared together in the TV sitcom Designing Women, on which Carter starred as Julia Sugarbaker for the entire run of the show (1986-1993) and Holbrook had a recurring role as Reese Watson (1986-1989). Stage, screen and television actor HAL HOLBROOK, born Harold Rowe Holbrook, Jr. in 1925, shot to fame with his one-man show, Mark Twain Tonight!, which debuted on Broadway in 1966 and won him the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play (Holbrook, who was just 29 years of age when he first starred in the play, would bring the play back to Broadway in 1977 and 2005). His fame enabled him to flourish as a starring actor in numerous non-Twain projects, such as The Group (1966), Wild in the Streets (1968), Magnum Force (1973), The Star Chamber (1987), Wall Street (1987), The Firm (1993) and The Majestic (2001). In 2007, Holbrook was Oscar-nominated for his performance as Ron Franz in Into the Wild. A multi-Emmy winner, he has appeared on a number of TV shows, including a recurring role on Evening Shade (as Evan Evans, 1990-1994) as well as Designing Women, and recent turns in such series as The West Wing (2001-2002) and Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2006). Holbrook has also starred in a number of made-for-TV movies, including a recurring role as Wild Bill McKenzie in several Perry Mason outings. Actress, singer and writer Carter (1939-2010) is best known for her TV roles as Julia Sugarbaker on the long-running comedy hit, Designing Women (1983-1993), and more recently as Randi King, the smart, sharp tongued lawyer with a southern rasp on Family Law (1999-2002) and in an Emmy-nominated turn as Gloria Hodge on Desperate Housewives (2006-2007). She has also starred in On Our Own (1977-1978), Out of the Blue (1979), Filthy Rich (1982-1983), Diff'rent Strokes (1984-1985) and Ladies Man (1999-2000). Carter has also starred in television movies and mini-series, including the 1981 CBS-TV movie The Killing of Randy Webster, where she met her husband, actor Hal Holbrook. In addition to her television credits, Carter also has an extensive theatre background and earned a Theatre World Award Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play Jesse and the Bandit Queen (1975-1976), as well as a Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance the off-Broadway play in Fathers and Sons (1978). Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Light scratches on image (not evident head on). Otherwise in fine condition.
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