|Tony Farrell (#46594011)|
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|Tony Farrell is the son of "B" Film Actor Timothy Farrell and "Bit Part" Actress Shirley Lee. He was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in West Los Angeles.|
Tony Farrell has spent his life in the Arena of Hollywood as a "stand in", "Stunt Car Driver", "Associate Producer" - "B" film name "BATTERED" and a REAL LIFE PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR TO THE STARS-NOT A JOKE!!!!
Mr. Farrell was quoted as saying "I never wanted to be an actor or have anything to do with Hollywood, I just fell into this business".
Mr. Farrell's original career was that of both a Probation Officer and Police Officer.
Currently, Mr. Farrell is a Location Scout for movies and television.
He loves to hear from the fans of his father.
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|alsport||RE: Annie Sperl|
You are most welcome. Since you and Annie were related, let me know if you would like the memorial page transferred to you care. That way you can add any information about Annie that I didn't have.
Added by alsport on Apr 27, 2013 10:13 AM
|Louis du Mort||RE: Huell Howser|
Thanks for the additional info on Huell. I have already requested that Find A Grave update his place of death.
It would be an honor to have you join us on our next outing. I will send you the information to your personal email address. I cannot tell you how much I love Ed Wood movies and how my friend and I have tried to retrace some of the original film locations and some of the places that Ed drank at.
Thanks for contacting me.
|Bennett Turk||Why Karen Carpenter's were moved.|
To Tony Farrell,
You asked why were Karen Anne Carpenter's remains were moved from Forest Lawn, Cypress, Calif. to Pierce Brothers Memorial Park, Westlake Village, Calif. The answer is very simple. Richard Carpenter and family moved from Downey, Calif. to Thousand Oaks, Calif. and the city of Westlake Village is next to Thousand Oaks Calif. It's a lot easier to drive to Westlake Village than it is to drive to Crypress, Calif from Thousand Oaks.