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Hello fans,

Today we're catching up with David Soul. He sure was huge
in the 70's... but I'll never forget him in 'Salem's Lot'.
That movie scared me to death.

Have a wonderful and safe Memorial Day weekend.

Be Well,



  See if you know if the following SINGERS have had a 
  visit from the "Grim Reaper":  

- Lou Reed - Member of the Velvet Underground as well 
  as having a solo career, sang "Walk on the Wild Side"

- Kurt Cobain - Lead singer of the grunge band Nirvana

- John Phillips - Driving force of the singing group 
  The Mamas and the Papas, "California Dreamin'", 
  "Monday, Monday"

                 (Answer at the bottom)


Click Here for then and now pictures of DAVID SOUL

BIRTH DATE: August 28, 1943, Chicago, Illinois

BIRTH NAME: David Richard Solberg 

CLAIM TO FAME: While David has been in many things and even
had a hit single, everyone knows him as Hutch from the 70's
TV show 'Starsky and Hutch.'

There could be a small argument that he is known for his
role as Joshua in 'Here Comes The Brides.'

FAMILY LIFE: Julia Nickson-Soul (1987 - 1993) (divorced) 1 child
Patty Sherman 	(12 October 1980 - 1986) (divorced) 3 children
Karen Carlson 	(1968 - 1977) (divorced) 1 child
Miriam Russeth-Solberg 	(1964 - 1965) (divorced) 1 child

INFO: David Soul is the son of a minister who was at one 
time serving as the religious affairs advisor to the U.S. 
High Commission in Berlin. At 24 years of age, David joined 
a North Dakota musical revue, was noticed by a talent scout, 
and signed to a studio contract. He went on to study acting 
with the Irene Daly School of The Actors Company, and with 
the Columbia Workshop in Hollywood. 

In 1973, Soul was fortunate enough to be cast as one of the 
corrupt motorcycle cops in the Clint Eastwood thriller 
Magnum Force, where his talents came to the attention of 
several TV execs who were looking for someone to play one of 
the lead roles in the upcoming "Starsky and Hutch" TV series. 

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TRIVIA: Used to appear on "The Merv Griffin Show" wearing a 
hood and was billed as "The Covered Man" before becoming 
nationally known on "Starsky and Hutch".

His brother, the Rev. Solberg, was an activist minister (Lutheran). 
He has joined him on more than one occasion in public protest or 
rally. Also, he and Paul Michael Glaser have attended Christian/
Jewish benefits together at least once.

Between 1977 and 1982, he recorded four albums, which included a 
string of major hit singles: Don't Give Up On Us, Baby; Silver 
Lady; and Going In with my Eyes Open. He toured extensively with 
his band in the USA, UK, Japan and South America.

Between 1984 and 1986, David financed, produced and directed an 
award-winning documentary, 'The Fighting Ministers', which uses 
the shut-down of the steel industry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
as its basis.

In 1994, David has refocused his acting and producing efforts 
specifically to the burgeoning international film and television 
markets. He starred in two films for Canadian and French television, 
and starred (in French) with Anne Giraudau and Line Renaud in the
television mini-series, "Filles du Lido, Les" for France's TF-1.

He played the role of Narrator in the New Zealand-born/Australian 
production of Willy Russell's Blood Brothers (a production which 
moved on to Melbourne and Sydney). The play marks David's return 
to the stage after a fifteen years absence and his first, even 
experience in a musical.

He is an avid skier, tennis player and loves to go "exploring" 
with his children.

Fluent in both German and Spanish.

Became a United Kingdom citizen in September 2004.

Romantically involved with actress/singer/composer Lynne Marta 
throughout the run of "Starsky and Hutch" (1975) but they split 
up after the show ended.

At the Edinburgh Festival in 2000, he directed and starred in 
Sam Shepard's "Fool For Love". His production incorporated pre-
shot and live on-stage video, visual effects, graphics, 3-D 
imaging, time-lapse footage and digital sound to heighten the 
visceral experience of the presentation. It was one of the first 
real examples of how streaming media can be effectively applied 
to the live theater.

He fought a long battle with alcoholism in the early 90's

He is a big fan of English football (soccer).

WHERE IS HE NOW: David has thrown himself into theater. In 2005,
he has took over the lead role of "Jerry Springer - the Opera" 
at London's Cambridge Theatre.

In 2006 he was on tour in England in the revival of the stage 
musical 'Mack and Mabel' playing the lead role Mack Sennett.

David Soul
Innovative Artists
1505 10th St
Santa Monica, CA 90401 

UNOFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.davidsoul.org


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Puritan (2005) .... Eric Bridges
Jerry Springer: The Opera (2005) (TV) .... Jerry Springer
"Poirot" .... Andrew Pennington (1 episode, 2004)
    - Death on the Nile (2004) TV Episode .... Andrew Pennington
Starsky & Hutch (2004) .... Original Hutch
"Dalziel and Pascoe" .... Detective Gus D'Amato (1 episode, 2004)
    - A Game of Soldiers (2004) TV Episode .... Detective Gus D'Amato
"Holby City" .... Alan Fletcher / ... (2 episodes, 2001-2002)
    - Change of Heart (2002) TV Episode .... Alan Fletcher
    - Going Gently (2001) TV Episode .... Professor Alan Fletcher
Tabloid (2001) .... Harvey
"The New Adventures of Robin Hood" .... Clement the Hermit (1 episode, 1998)
    - Vanishing Act (1998) TV Episode .... Clement the Hermit
Terror in the Mall (1998) (TV) .... Roger Karey
"Sandra princesse rebelle" (1995) (mini) TV Series .... Zoltan Kouros
Vents contraires (1995) (TV) .... Quill
"Filles du Lido, Les" (1995) (mini) TV Series .... Walter
"High Tide" .... Brian Landis (1 episode, 1994)
    - Sitting Ducks (1994) TV Episode .... Brian Landis
Pentathlon (1994) .... Mueller
"Juge est une femme, Le" .... Jerome Keaton (1 episode, 1994)
    - Danse avec la mort (1994) TV Episode .... Jerome Keaton
"¿Qué apostamos?" (1 episode, 1993)
    - Episode dated 25 May 1993 (1993) TV Episode
"Murder, She Wrote" .... Jordan Barnett / ... (2 episodes, 1991-1993)
    - Threshold of Fear (1993) TV Episode .... Jordan Barnett
    - A Killing in Vegas (1991) TV Episode .... Wes McSorley
"Jake and the Fatman" .... Dashiell Jaimeson / ... (2 episodes, 1988-1992)
    - All Through the Night (1992) TV Episode .... Dashiell Jaimeson
    - How Long Has This Thing Been Going On? (1988) TV Episode .... Nelson Boardman
Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (1992) (TV) .... Sam Haney
Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Framing (1992) (TV) .... Truman York
Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann (1991) (TV) .... Terry Anderson
In the Cold of the Night (1991) .... Dr. Frieberg
The Bride in Black (1990) (TV) .... Owen Malloy/John McGuire
"The Young Riders" .... The Hawk (2 episodes, 1990)
    - Gathering Clouds: Part 2 (1990) TV Episode .... The Hawk
    - Gathering Clouds: Part 1 (1990) TV Episode .... The Hawk
So Proudly We Hail (1990) (TV) .... Alden Ernst
Tides of War (1990) .... Martin Henkle
"Unsub" (1989) TV Series .... John Westley "Westy" Grayson (unknown episodes, 1989)
Prime Target (1989) (TV) .... Armetage
"The Hitchhiker" (1 episode, 1989)
    - Renaissance (1989) TV Episode
"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" .... Michael Dennison (1 episode, 1989)
    - Don't Sell Yourself Short (1989) TV Episode .... Michael Dennison
Unknown Subject (1989) (TV)
In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders (1988) (TV) .... Michael "Mike" Lee Platt
Appointment with Death (1988) .... Jefferson Cope
"Crime Story" .... Dr. Newhouse (1 episode, 1987)
    - Blast from the Past (1987) TV Episode .... Dr. Newhouse
Harry's Hong Kong (1987) (TV) .... Harry Petros
The Hanoi Hilton (1987) .... Oldham
"Segreto del Sahara, Il" (1987) (mini) TV Series .... Lieutenant Ryker
The Fifth Missile (1986) (TV) .... Capt. Kevin Harris
The Key to Rebecca (1985) (TV) .... Alex Wolff
"Partners in Crime" (1 episode, 1984)
    - The Hottest Guy in Town (1984) TV Episode
Through Naked Eyes (1983) (TV) .... William Parrish
"The Yellow Rose" (1983) TV Series .... Roy Champion (unknown episodes)
"Casablanca" .... Rick Blaine (3 episodes, 1983)
    - Divorce Casablanca Style (1983) TV Episode .... Rick Blaine
    - The Cashier and the Belly Dancer (1983) TV Episode
    - Who Am I Killing (1983) TV Episode .... Rick Blaine
World War III (1982) (TV) .... Col. Jake Caffey
"The Manions of America" (1981) (mini) TV Series .... Caleb Staunton
Homeward Bound (1980) (TV) .... Jake Seaton
Rage! (1980) (TV) .... Cal Morrisey
Swan Song (1980) (TV) .... Jesse Swan
Salem's Lot (1979) (TV) .... Ben Mears
"Starsky and Hutch" .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson / ... (72 episodes, 1975-1979)
    - Sweet Revenge (1979) TV Episode .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
    - Starsky vs. Hutch (1979) TV Episode .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
    - Dandruff (1978) TV Episode .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
    - Discomania (1978) TV Episode .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
    - Deckwatch (1978) TV Episode .... Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
      (67 more)
The Stick-Up (1977) .... Duke Turnbeau
"Gunsmoke" .... Ike Hockett (1 episode, 1975)
    - Brides and Grooms (1975) TV Episode .... Ike Hockett
Dogpound Shuffle (1975) .... Pritt
"Medical Center" .... Walter (1 episode, 1974)
    - Kiss and Kill (1974) TV Episode .... Walter
"McMillan & Wife" .... Jerry (1 episode, 1974)
    - Guilt by Association (1974) TV Episode .... Jerry
"The Rookies" .... Johnny Dane (1 episode, 1974)
    - A Test of Courage (1974) TV Episode .... Johnny Dane
"Cannon" .... Sean / ... (2 episodes, 1973-1974)
    - Lady in Red (1974) TV Episode .... Udo Giesen
    - Death of a Stone Seahorse (1973) TV Episode .... Sean
The Disappearance of Flight 412 (1974) (TV) .... Captain Roy Bishop
Magnum Force (1973) .... Officer John Davis
"Ghost Story" .... James Barlow (1 episode, 1973)
    - The Phantom of Herald Square (1973) TV Episode .... James Barlow
Intertect (1973) (TV) .... Curt Lowens
"Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law" .... Doug (2 episodes, 1971-1974)
    - Love Child (1972) TV Episode .... Doug
    - Eulogy for a Wide Receiver (1971) TV Episode
"The Streets of San Francisco" .... Inspector James 'Jim' Martin, SFPD (1 episode, 1972)
    - Hall of Mirrors (1972) TV Episode .... Inspector James 'Jim' Martin, SFPD
"The F.B.I." .... Clifford Wade (1 episode, 1972)
    - The Runner (1972) TV Episode .... Clifford Wade
Movin' On (1972) (TV) .... Jeff
"All in the Family" .... Szabo Djorak (1 episode, 1971)
    - Gloria Poses in the Nude (1971) TV Episode .... Szabo Djorak
Johnny Got His Gun (1971) .... Swede
"Ironside" .... Member of 'The Predators' (1 episode, 1971)
    - Lesson in Terror (1971) TV Episode .... Member of 'The Predators'
"Dan August" .... Lawrence Merrill III (1 episode, 1971)
    - The Manufactured Man (1971) TV Episode .... Lawrence Merrill III
"The Young Rebels" .... John Marshall (1 episode, 1970)
    - The Age of Independence (1970) TV Episode .... John Marshall
"Here Come the Brides" .... Joshua Bolt (10 episodes, 1968-1969)
    - A Man's Errand (1969) TV Episode .... Joshua Bolt
    - Democracy Inaction (1969) TV Episode .... Joshua Bolt
    - The Firemaker (1969) TV Episode .... Joshua Bolt
    - After a Dream Comes Morning (1969) TV Episode .... Joshua Bolt
    - Letter of the Law (1968) TV Episode .... Joshua Bolt
      (5 more)
"Star Trek" .... Makora (1 episode, 1967)
    - The Apple (1967) TV Episode .... Makora
"I Dream of Jeannie" .... Orderly (1 episode, 1967)
    - My Master the Weakling (1967) TV Episode .... Orderly
"Flipper" .... Dennis Blake (1 episode, 1967)
    - The Firing Line: Part 1 (1967) TV Episode .... Dennis Blake
The Secret Sharer (1967) 

"In the Heat of the Night" (1 episode, 1990)
    - Blessings (1990) TV Episode
"China Beach" (1 episode, 1990)
    - Warriors (1990) TV Episode

"Crime Story" (2 episodes, 1987-1988)
    - Moulin Rouge (1988) TV Episode
    - Blast from the Past (1987) TV Episode
"Hunter" (1 episode, 1985)
    - Case X (1985) TV Episode
"Miami Vice" (1 episode, 1984)
    - No Exit (1984) TV Episode

"Starsky and Hutch" (3 episodes, 1977-1979)
    - Huggy Can't Go Home (1979) TV Episode
    - Manchild on the Streets (1977) TV Episode
    - Survival (1977) TV Episode 

Don't know who David is, want to see Then & Now pictures, visit:
David Soul Then & Now

LOOSE LIPS: "People thought me a bit strange at first; a blond 
haired, blue-eyed Norwegian who sang Mexican folk songs, but I 
used it to my advantage and got a job. And so the music became 
my ticket to education." - David Soul


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

- Lou Reed (Alive) 
  Born: 03/02/1942

- Kurt Cobain  (DEAD - Suicide) 
  Born: 02/20/1967 Died: 04/05/1994
- John Phillips (DEAD - Heart Failure) 
  Born: 08/30/1935 Died: 03/18/2001 



- Robert Comer, 50, American murderer, execution by lethal 
- Michael Lunt, 72, British golfer who became the captain 
  of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. 

- Bruno Mattei, 75, Italian film director. 
- Murari Prasad Mishra, 79, Indian writer and politician who 
  served as Minister for Cooperatives in Orissa. 

- Bobby Ash, 82, British-born host of The Uncle Bobby Show, 
  heart attack. 
- William Colson, 66, American businessman who built the world's 
  biggest retirement home network, cancer. 
- Christian Delacampagne, 57, French philosopher & writer, cancer. 
- Slim de Grey, 88, Australian comedian and actor. 
- Dame Jean Herbison, 83 or 84, New Zealand academic, first NZ 
  female chancellor (University of Canterbury, 1979-1984). 
- Bruce Lauritsen, 64, American businessman, CEO of Flexsteel 
  Industries (1993-2006), pancreatic cancer. 
- Valentina Leontyeva, 84, Russian who was one of the first 
  television presenters in the Soviet Union.  
- Stanley Miller, 77, American chemist and biologist best known 
  for the Miller-Urey experiment into the origins of life
- Norman Von Nida, 93, Australian golf champion.  
- Ben Weisman, 85, American musician and songwriter who wrote 
  nearly 60 songs for Elvis Presley, stroke.  

- Bernard Blaut, 67, Polish football player who won two titles 
  with Legia Warsaw. 
- Miroslav Deronji, 52, Bosnian Serb politician and convicted war 
  criminal, natural causes. 
- Jack Findlay, 72, Australian Grand Prix motorcycle racer. 
- Marian Radke-Yarrow, 89, American researcher in child psychology, 
- Carl Wright, 75, American dancer, comedian and actor, cancer. 

- Roy De Forest, 77, American artist and professor at University 
  of California, Davis. 
- Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 74, French physicist who won the Nobel 
  Prize for Physics in 1991. 
- Robert Lapidus, 78, American businessman, founder of Bob's Stores. 
- Shawn McCaughey, 31, Canadian Forces Snowbirds aerobatic team pilot, 
  air crash. 
- Saud Memon, 44, Pakistani businessman implicated in the murder of 
  Daniel Pearl, tuberculosis and meningitis. 
- Les Schwab, 89, American tire tycoon. 

- Lloyd Alexander, 83, American fantasy author, including The 
  Chronicles of Prydain, cancer. 
- Petro Balabuyev, 76, Ukrainian aircraft designer, including world's 
  largest aeroplane, the An-225. 
- John Gonzaga, 74, American football player with the San Francisco 49ers, 
  Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos. 
- Kawika Kapahulehua, 76, American captain of the Hokulea's first voyage 
  from Hawaii to Tahiti. 
- Anton Rala, 95, Slovak prosecutor of WWII President Jozef Tiso, 
  last National Council member during Slovak Uprising. 
- Toki Shiozawa, 79, Japanese actress, stomach cancer. 
- Pete Wambach, 90, American radio presenter 

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