Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey (born January 13, 1966 in Lewiston, Maine) is an actor who achieved Hollywood fame during the late 1980s.

Patrick Dempsey lived in Buckfield, Maine, as a teenager. He was also an adept juggler, placing third in a National Juggling Competition.

In 1985, he debuted as an actor, in the movie Heaven Help Us.

In 1987, he participated in Meatballs 3, where he played a janitor, Rudy. This movie gave him some fame. Soon after, he married actress Rocky Parker, twenty seven years his senior.

It wasn't until another 1987 release, Can't Buy Me Love, that he achieved major movie star status. The movie, in which he played Ronald Miller, was a geek to popular type of comedy which launched him and co-star Amanda Peterson to teen idol status, and Dempsey and Peterson appeared constantly on the covers of such teen magazines as Teen Beat, Tiger Beat, [[16 {magazine}|16]], Bop and others. In 1989, he shared credits with Charo and Kristy Alley in Loverboy, where he played a pizza delivery boy.

Just like in Peterson's case, Dempsey's time on the main spotlight was short. He made several movies during the 1990s, of which most were box office bombs, straight to video releases or television movies. There were a few notable exceptions, however, such as 1991's Mobsters, where he played Meyer Lansky, 1993's JFK: Reckless Youth, where he played John F. Kennedy, 1994's With Honors, and 1995's Outbreak, alongside Dustin Hoffman.

In 2000, he acted in another significant box office hit, Scream 3, alongside Neve Campbell. In 2002, he was in Sweet Home Alabama, with Melanie Griffith.

In 2004, he starred in the HBO TV movie, Iron Jawed Angels, about the women's suffrage movement, with Anjelica Huston and Hilary Swank. Parts of the movies were filmed in Richmond, VA.

Overall, Dempsey has participated in more than forty movies.

Dempsey divorced Rocky Parker in 1994. He remarried in 1999, to actress Jill Fink. The couple has one child.


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The couple has one child. 1Kettering Magazine (http://www.bodnotbod.org.uk/kettering) Issue #2. He remarried in 1999, to actress Jill Fink. Feldman was an active member of the Communist Party of Great Britain. Dempsey divorced Rocky Parker in 1994. The songs were written, not by him, but by Dennis King, John Junkin and Bill Solly (a writer for Max Bygraves and The Two Ronnies).1. Overall, Dempsey has participated in more than forty movies. He also released one long playing record called I Feel A Song Going Off (1969), re-released as The Crazy World of Marty Feldman.

Parts of the movies were filmed in Richmond, VA. He directed and starred in The Last Remake of Beau Geste and died from a heart attack in Mexico filming his last performance in the film Yellowbeard. In 2004, he starred in the HBO TV movie, Iron Jawed Angels, about the women's suffrage movement, with Anjelica Huston and Hilary Swank. Feldman appeared in The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes's Smarter Brother and several Mel Brooks films, including Silent Movie and Young Frankenstein. In 2002, he was in Sweet Home Alabama, with Melanie Griffith. He is remembered for his role as the hunchback Igor in Young Frankenstein - in which, as usual, many of his lines were improvised. In 2000, he acted in another significant box office hit, Scream 3, alongside Neve Campbell. His performances on American television included The Dean Martin Show and Marty Feldman's Comedy Machine.

Kennedy, 1994's With Honors, and 1995's Outbreak, alongside Dustin Hoffman. Following his success on At Last the 1948 Show, Feldman had a memorable series of his own shows on the BBC, called It's Marty. There were a few notable exceptions, however, such as 1991's Mobsters, where he played Meyer Lansky, 1993's JFK: Reckless Youth, where he played John F. The sketch was revived as part of the Monty Python stage show repertoire (without Feldman). He made several movies during the 1990s, of which most were box office bombs, straight to video releases or television movies. In one memorable sketch, first broadcast on March 1, 1967, Feldman harassed a patient shop assistant (John Cleese) for a series of fictitious books, finally achieving success with Ethel the Aardvark goes Quantity Surveying. Just like in Peterson's case, Dempsey's time on the main spotlight was short. The television sketch comedy series At Last the 1948 Show featured Feldman's first screen performances.

In 1989, he shared credits with Charo and Kristy Alley in Loverboy, where he played a pizza delivery boy. He was also a writer on The Frost Report with several future Pythons. The movie, in which he played Ronald Miller, was a geek to popular type of comedy which launched him and co-star Amanda Peterson to teen idol status, and Dempsey and Peterson appeared constantly on the covers of such teen magazines as Teen Beat, Tiger Beat, [[16 {magazine}|16]], Bop and others. For British television they wrote sitcoms The Army Game, Bootsie and Snudge, and most notably the ground-breaking BBC radio show Round the Horne, which starred Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. It wasn't until another 1987 release, Can't Buy Me Love, that he achieved major movie star status. Like Spike Milligan, Feldman started his show-business career as a trumpet player, but soon turned to comedy. He formed a flourishing writing partnership with Barry Took in 1954. Soon after, he married actress Rocky Parker, twenty seven years his senior. English writer, comedian and film and television actor, famous for his bulging eyes, which were the result of a thyroid condition.

This movie gave him some fame. Marty Feldman (July 8, 1933 - December 2, 1982). In 1987, he participated in Meatballs 3, where he played a janitor, Rudy. In 1985, he debuted as an actor, in the movie Heaven Help Us. He was also an adept juggler, placing third in a National Juggling Competition.

Patrick Dempsey lived in Buckfield, Maine, as a teenager. Patrick Dempsey (born January 13, 1966 in Lewiston, Maine) is an actor who achieved Hollywood fame during the late 1980s.

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