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Jimmy Durante, Shirley Mac Laine, Ella Fitzgerald are among the guests.
Her escort is Paul “Red” Fay, Jr., a friend of Kennedy who served with him in WWII.
(Also, when you hesitated, I died a little inside).
“You can write about historical people because the two main legal areas you need to worry about when writing about real people—defamation of character and invasion of privacy—only apply to living people,” Cook says.
Actor Eddie Fisher was friends with a neighbour's son in Philadelphia, and the success of this local boy inspired James to pursue acting.
At age 16, young James dropped out of school, began traveling back and forth from Philadelphia to New York City to study acting with Stella Adler, and changed his last name to Darren for professional reasons.
The others are Dawn Oney, Susanne Ames, Sue Casey, Mary Ann Edwards, and Dona Cole.
Q: Is it OK to write a fictional story about a historical character like Paul Revere or John Hancock? OK, so maybe the handsome thing is debatable, but legal use of historical characters isn’t.
—Charles A: The answer to that question is the same as the answer to this one: Is Brian A. According to WD’s legal guru (and close friend) Amy Cook, writing about historical people is perfectly fine and won’t put you in any legal danger.
While working in the Brill Building in New York City, he met entertainer and singer Tony Orlando; they became friends.
James Darren arranged to have professional photographs taken so he could get more acting jobs, and the photographer's secretary asked him if he wanted film work.