Leon Isaac Kennedy
Wanda Ray Willis
(Next to oldest Son)
As Mr. Thompson
As Miss. Mathews
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After reading-Canyon News and the excerpt GAMES, DRUGS, RAPE & ROCK HUDSON, I couldn't sleep all night for thinking about it. I was tossing and turning thinking about Michael St. John’s life in Hollywood. I confess sometimes I had wished I had been born in that time. I realize now that Mr. St. John was and is an extraordinarily brave man. I realize I have a long way to go, yet!
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How did you not give up? What got you through those times when you were completely alone or and the world was beating you down?
Reading your posts and some of your story has touched me in a way that surprised me. There's something very special about you. I can identify with you.....must be something about survivors and a kinship....Plus I love your stories of Hollywood. You had relationships with so many of my idols. I don't waste my time with envy but I do envy you those experiences.....to be able to have conversations with some of these huge talents.....as I am doing right now with you. I'm sure you soaked up everything they had to offer.....learned from them.....what an incredible opportunity......
I hope you have a glorious day, Michael. I am not prone to embellishing. I'm very honest and sincere. If I know how to do anything, it is how to look for and to count my blessings. You have been a blessing in my life, Michael and for that, I thank you. I look forward to your posts on Fb.....please keep in touch....
Maximillian Windsor Harrington III:
January 13th, 3:56pm
Mr. St. John, Finished reading your book "Hollywood Through The Back Door” & am completely enthralled on your career & the myriad of obstacles that you overcame. The insights into the lives of Hollywood Celebrities and behind the scenes are priceless. I have suggested your book to others, like myself, that are Hollywood aficianados. As silly as this is...after your mention of Michael Rennie, I'll never be able to put chocolate on my ice cream without thinking of Rennie. Nevertheless, I thank you for the glimpse of people & happenings that you allowed to be put in print. I am grateful for your sharing. I do appreciate the time that you have spent on my Musical Archive page. If you have any suggestions on the addition or exclusions of any material please let me know. The input from you would be extremely valuable. Once again thank you for a wonderful read. Perhaps you have Part II in the making? Regards… Max Harrington
Colette Surena-Casino: Congrats, Michael! You're a great force to be reckoned with.
Diana Cogmon: Congrats Michael St. John on his book and his book is excellent! I really enjoyed!
Show aired on Friday
April 4, 2014
Michael St. John Kurt Kelly
ActorsE Chat Show - Michael St. John Interview
Video teaser from the play "I Feel Sin Comin' On"
Wonderful - I'm so happy for you Mike. lookin' great ....
"I Feel Sin Comin' On" is a compelling story. The film
clip is remarkable. We hope you realize how much
our industry respects you and your talent. I must admit
that you're an amazing guy!
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Brian Summers Aug 18 at 3:37 pm
Mr. St. John do you vision your life story, into a major film. With the right casting , producer. director award night watch out. Break a leg.
From: Alisha Peats
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 5:28 PM
Yay! Great job with the final cut. It looks awesome. I'm so glad I was able to be a part of making this come to life! You've got a great story to tell and I've got my fingers and toes crossed for you. :-)
Radio personality Kathleen Walls interviews Michael St. John
TV Confidential: A radio talk show about television
Ed Robertson Interview ~ Michael St. John.mp3
Music from "I Feel Sin Comin' On"
01 Have You Ever Lost A Love.mp3
02 When The Rain Begins To Fall.mp3
04 There Was A Time.mp3