I've taken the first Moderna shot, definitely felt symptoms for three days like migraines and slight fever. I had to take some Motrin to suppress the fever, so I'm also slightly apprehensive about the second shot but I am looking forwardto getting fully vaccinated.
The brash correspondence quickly garnered attention as the president angrily cited his on-screen career highlights and impact on the industry in characteristically immodest language. In the letter shared by the actors guild, the president announced his “immediate resignation from SAG-AFTRA”, saying the union had “done nothing for" him.
On Thursday, in an official response to the somewhat comical letter, the guild responded with the blunt two-word statement: “Thank you".
For an actor who got his start in television in the early 1950's, to his career making role as Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Dr. Sherman in The Spiral Staircase, the emperor in the campy sci-fi Starcrash to General Chang in Star Trek: Undiscovered Country; Christopher Plummer's career has run the gamut; and, at age 82 won the Oscar becoming the oldest person ever to win one. He has passed away at age 91
"Two years later, the first paragraph of his obituary was written when the 82-year-old Plummer became the oldest person in Academy history to win an Oscar. He won for playing a senior citizen who comes out as gay after the death of his wife in the movie Beginners (2010). As he clutched his statuette, the debonaire thespian addressed it thusly: "You're only two years older than me darling, where have you been all of my life?"
Plummer then told the audience that at birth, "I was already rehearsing my Academy acceptance speech, but it was so long ago mercifully for you I've forgotten it."
The Academy Award was a long time in coming and richly deserved."