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March 30, 1999 | BRIAN LOWRY
Before this week, you probably never gave much thought to David Strickland, assuming you were aware of him at all. Small wonder, since the same can largely be said of the media. Strickland was one of the ensemble on "Suddenly Susan," a modestly rated comedy series drifting with little fanfare through its third season on NBC.
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March 30, 1999 | BRIAN LOWRY
Before this week, you probably never gave much thought to David Strickland, assuming you were aware of him at all. Small wonder, since the same can largely be said of the media. Strickland was one of the ensemble on "Suddenly Susan," a modestly rated comedy series drifting with little fanfare through its third season on NBC.
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September 15, 1996 | Jeannine Stein, Jeannine Stein is a staff writer for The Times' Life & Style section
Not a speck of makeup appears on Brooke Shields' face--no dot of blush, no dab of mascara. You'd like--no, love--to find a flaw somewhere (a zit, maybe?), but the woman is simply gorgeous. You notice this first as Shields rehearses her new NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan," blocking scene after scene with her fellow actors. Then you notice something else. She's funny. Very funny. Who knew? The country (well, 66.
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March 23, 1999 | From Associated Press
Actor David Strickland, who played a music critic on the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan," was found dead Monday morning, hanging from a bedsheet that he had strung from a ceiling beam, police said. Strickland, 28, was found by a worker at the Oasis Motel, said police spokesman Steve Meriwether. A chair was next to his body, and an empty box of beer was seen in the room. It was not clear how long he had been hanging.
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March 23, 1999 | From Associated Press
Actor David Strickland, who played a music critic on the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan," was found dead Monday morning, hanging from a bedsheet that he had strung from a ceiling beam, police said. Strickland, 28, was found by a worker at the Oasis Motel, said police spokesman Steve Meriwether. A chair was next to his body, and an empty box of beer was seen in the room. It was not clear how long he had been hanging.
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September 15, 1996 | Jeannine Stein, Jeannine Stein is a staff writer for The Times' Life & Style section
Not a speck of makeup appears on Brooke Shields' face--no dot of blush, no dab of mascara. You'd like--no, love--to find a flaw somewhere (a zit, maybe?), but the woman is simply gorgeous. You notice this first as Shields rehearses her new NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan," blocking scene after scene with her fellow actors. Then you notice something else. She's funny. Very funny. Who knew? The country (well, 66.
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