Today I received a copy of Issue #34 (May/June 2010) of Autograph News UK in the mail featuring a new interview with Caroline Munro. Caroline is the patron of the British Autograph Club and had spent a sunny September afternoon last year discussing her life, career and new projects with Graham Groom, the society's main guy, in London's Regents Park. (Sounds like a tough life, Graham!)
During the interview she mentions that she lost a potential part in On Her Majesty's Secret Service when she refused to take her elegant fur coat off and that she may have featured in one of the Highlander follow ups if it wasn't for her pregnancy at the time. She seems to keep all her fan mail stashed away safely and raises a few sympathetic points about the recent trend of celebs charging for their autographs. Her new movie Eldorado is due to come out in September and may quite possibly be the first one in ages to get a cinematic release. It features her as a "hard hitting" diner owner who killed her husband and also stars David Carradine in his last role.
Drop by their website for more details on how to join the Club. My understanding is that Autograph News UK also generally features a regular column by Ms Munro.
After a successful 12-year managerial and customer service focused career with Starwood Hotels & Resorts, I followed my passion and went freelance as a Private German Tutor.
For three years I was giving German lessons one-on-one or in small group settings and guiding German cruise tourists around the Emerald Isle during the main holiday season.
From October 2011 - September 2013 I was back working for a multinational corporation, Apple, while also maintaining the services I had set up in the previous years but now I am back again full time with my own range of services.
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