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September 29, 2005 | Dinah Eng, Special to The Times
LIVING a life of honor means different things to different people. When it comes to the question of fidelity and marriage, doing the honorable thing may not always be clear-cut. In the Los Angeles premiere of "Honour," Robert Foxworth takes to the Matrix Theatre stage in the role of Gus -- a journalist who leaves his wife of 32 years for a younger woman, then is himself left by his lover. "The stage is my home," says Foxworth, who originated the role 7 1/2 years ago on Broadway.
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September 29, 2005 | Dinah Eng, Special to The Times
LIVING a life of honor means different things to different people. When it comes to the question of fidelity and marriage, doing the honorable thing may not always be clear-cut. In the Los Angeles premiere of "Honour," Robert Foxworth takes to the Matrix Theatre stage in the role of Gus -- a journalist who leaves his wife of 32 years for a younger woman, then is himself left by his lover. "The stage is my home," says Foxworth, who originated the role 7 1/2 years ago on Broadway.
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NEWS
December 31, 1985
Robert Foxworth, star of CBS television's "Falcon Crest" series, was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $800 after he changed his plea to guilty to drunken driving last summer. Foxworth, 43, had pleaded innocent and was about to go to trial in Napa Municipal Court when his lawyer entered the guilty plea. Foxworth was not in court.
NEWS
January 24, 1991
Actor ROBERT FOXWORTH of "Falcon Crest" fame does a weekly radio show airing on National Public Radio and has devoted five recent shows to the Gulf War. "There seems to be an effort to paint those of us who oppose the war as unpatriotic, unsupportive of our troops. It's a way of de-legitimizing opposition voices, and nothing could be further from the truth."
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 1990 | JANICE ARKATOV
"I'm not sure he has a lot of good things going for him," admitted Robert Foxworth of his character in L.A. Theatre Works' production of Timberlake Wertenbaker's "The Love of the Nightingale," opening Friday at Santa Monica's Edgemar complex.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 17, 1988 | LYNNE HEFFLEY
NBC's "Double Standard," airing tonight at 9 p.m. on Channels 4, 36 and 39, tippy-toes into the illusory world of bigamy. Robert Foxworth ("Falcon Crest") plays Leonard Harik--loving father and husband, respected lawyer, soon to be a circuit judge--who weds his secretary/mistress in a bogus ceremony after the birth of their illegitimate daughter. He does this because "anything else would be morally wrong."
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 1987
Regarding the Calendar cover of the L.A. Classic Theatre Works' "Babbitt" cast: I have formed a Robert Foxworth fan club (I already was a Bud Cort fan club). I have a lawyer acquaintance who will study this out. Unless I miss my guess, we'll sue. The charge? Illiterate Cropping. DON KUMFERMAN Ridgecrest
NEWS
April 28, 1985
My Easter week was blessed with the repeat of "Peter and Paul." The roles of these men were wonderfully portrayed by Anthony Hopkins and Robert Foxworth who were matched by high artistic standards in other levels of the production. It was a joy to witness such accurate and inspired accounts of the New Testament. Thank you for bringing life to these special times, and thank you Channel 5 for airing it again. Hallie Neill, Santa Monica
NEWS
January 24, 1991
Actor ROBERT FOXWORTH of "Falcon Crest" fame does a weekly radio show airing on National Public Radio and has devoted five recent shows to the Gulf War. "There seems to be an effort to paint those of us who oppose the war as unpatriotic, unsupportive of our troops. It's a way of de-legitimizing opposition voices, and nothing could be further from the truth."
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 1990 | JANICE ARKATOV
"I'm not sure he has a lot of good things going for him," admitted Robert Foxworth of his character in L.A. Theatre Works' production of Timberlake Wertenbaker's "The Love of the Nightingale," opening Friday at Santa Monica's Edgemar complex.
NEWS
December 31, 1985
Robert Foxworth, star of CBS television's "Falcon Crest" series, was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $800 after he changed his plea to guilty to drunken driving last summer. Foxworth, 43, had pleaded innocent and was about to go to trial in Napa Municipal Court when his lawyer entered the guilty plea. Foxworth was not in court.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 20, 1989 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Although there are several holidays between now and then, Hallmark Cards has already booked the pre-Valentine's Day show for its "Hallmark Hall of Fame" on CBS. It will be "Face to Face," a romantic drama starring Elizabeth Montgomery and Robert Foxworth as two strong-willed people who fall in love in spite of themselves. The film was shot on location in Kenya.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1991
If anyone doubted that one of the major motives behind this war in the Gulf was panic in the Pentagon over talk of a peace dividend, the Feb. 4 press conference with Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney should put that doubt to rest. To make matters worse--as our troops and Iraqi civilians are dying and in grave danger--the projections on future weapons and capabilities provided a clear display of Pentagon insensitivity, not to mention obscene opportunism. ROBERT FOXWORTH Beverly Hills
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