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April 13, 1990 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Actors struggling to pay the rent between jobs often feel that they have taken a vow of poverty in order to pursue a show business career. Not Bob Lussier. He's ending his career as a successful Hollywood character actor in order to pursue a vow of poverty. Lussier has turned his back on his lucrative career in feature films, television series and commercials to tackle his most challenging role: That of a Benedictine monk.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1990 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Actors struggling to pay the rent between jobs often feel that they have taken a vow of poverty in order to pursue a show business career. Not Bob Lussier. He's ending his career as a successful Hollywood character actor in order to pursue a vow of poverty. Lussier has turned his back on his lucrative career in feature films, television series and commercials to tackle his most challenging role: That of a Benedictine monk.
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March 16, 1985 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
It's a pity that Tom Stoppard's "On the Razzle" isn't getting a better Los Angeles debut than the one offered by the West Coast Ensemble, normally a skilled troupe but which is out of its stylistic depth with this. "On the Razzle" is Stoppard's adaptation of Johann Nestroy's "Einen Jux Wille Er Sich Machen," which in turn was adapted in 1842 from a seven-year-old farce by John Oxenford called "A Day Well Spent."
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