Luke Perry Died he was 52

Luke Perry (1966 – 2019)

As you may know, Luke Perry has died; he was 52. He was famous as Dylan McCay on FOX’s Beverly Hills 90210 and Archie’s dad as Fred Andrews on the CW’s Riverdale. The production of Riverdale shut down for the day. I have no further details of what would happen to his character on the show.

His first starring role was in Another World in the 1980s, we all have to start somewhere in the acting world, but he was more popular on Beverly Hills 90210.

He was then cast in Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 1992. Terminal Bliss (1990). The Fifth Element (1997). Oz (TV series,2001 – 2002). Jeremiah (2002 – 2004). What I Like About You (2005). Hot in Cleveland (2014). And 8 Seconds (1994).

His last move is Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood which will be released on July 26, 2019. He plays Scott Lancer sets in 1969 Los Angeles, the story is about the famous Manson Family Murders. The production was wrapped up in November 2018.

Check out his movies ….

Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992)

Terminal Bliss (1990)

The Fifth Element (1997)

Oz (2001 – 2002) TV series (complete series)

Jeremiah (2002 – 2004)

What I like about you (2005) Season 3

Hot in Cleveland (2014) The Complete series

8 Seconds 1994  

Riverdale

Beverly Hills 90210 the complete series

Lindsay Lohan Making A Comeback

Jay Leno interviews Lindsay LohanLooking elegant and beautiful, Lindsay Lohan, sat across with Jay’s leno.  The last time she sat with Jay Leno when she was 12 years old, and apparently she likes Jay Leno.  Jay Leno has that cool quality when talking to celebrities almost as if Johnny Carson was there.

Lindsay Lohan, said she’s “willing to do the work that I have to do to follow through with being an actress.”  She hopes to be back on Leno’s show in a few years with an Oscar, Lohan said.

“I’ve made a lot of mistakes and I’ve recognized that, but I’m in the clear now and I feel like as long as I stay focused then I will be able to, you know, achieve what I want to be able to achieve,” Lohan told the NBC show’s host.

When Leno asked what one thing she would like to change about herself, Lohan said it would be the public perception of her.

“I want the public knowledge to be about my work, not about things that I didn’t get into this business for, that I’ve put myself into positions where that was the bigger story than what I was working on,” she said.

Lohan, 24, said she’s been cast to play mobster John “Junior” Gotti’s wife in a movie, but a 120-day jail sentence and several months of community service for a probation violation threatens to keep her out of the movie. It starts shooting in October.

She is also scheduled to go on trial in June for allegedly stealing a gold and diamond necklace from aVenice,California, jewelry store. If convicted, Lohan could face up to a year in jail.

The 13 days she spent in aLos Angelesjail last summer “was an interesting experience and it was definitely a wake-up call,” Lohan said. “And I think when it happened, everything happens for a reason. I don’t know exactly what will happen.”

Her latest legal setback came Friday, Good Friday which wasn’t good for her, but when Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner ruled that Lohan violated her probation on two 2007 drunken driving convictions by being arrested for the necklace theft.

Lohan said she was “kind of numb” when Sautner sentenced her to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service.

“I was kind of shocked, I didn’t really expect the outcome to be what it was, but I’m a big girl and I’m going to do what I’m told to do, continue on with working in my life and I’m taking responsibility,” she said.

The actress has admitted a drug addiction in the past, and she’s spent at least eight months in substance abuse rehab in the last four years.

She blamed her youth on her bad choices.

“Being young and being in a position that I was in, you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have, and it’s all kind of a whirlwind and people make decisions for you,” she said. “But I’m not a kid anymore.”

Lohan’s most optimistic statement came when Leno asked where she sees herself when she turns 30 — six years from now.

“Hopefully, sitting here after winning an Oscar,” Lohan said smiling at Jay Leno.