Between doing coke and throwing up, the pounds started melting off me effortlessly.
It didn't take me long to get down to about ninety pounds."Then on Wendy Williams show last year, she acted outraged when Wendy asked her and denied she ever accused her father of that. When asked when was the first time she ever felt the power of storytelling, Kirsten Dunst answers that she never felt that power because she had a lot of disappointments.
It has also been suggested she left a lot of money to her dogs.
She DID certainly leave quite a lot of money to the Lillian Booth Actors Home in LA, which used the money to renovate their hospital outpatient wing, which they renamed in her honor*Her character "Lovey" Howell is one of the only two characters whose actual full name is never revealed entirely on the show (the other is Gilligan--we learn in the pilot that the skipper's real name is Jonas Grumby, and the Professor's is Roy Hinkle).
Malone is described as preternaturally beautiful; much of the plot concerns Sutherland's efforts to leverage Malone's beauty by "marrying" him to a young millionaire.
Sutherland is found dead of an overdose in the final chapter and Malone disappears, perhaps killed in the St Mark's bathhouse fire, or drowned in the ocean off Fire Island.
She died of liver cancer (the first cast member of the show to die) at age 90.*She was married for nine years to the respected stage and screen actor Louis Calhern, from 1943-1952.
They remained very close friends after their divorce. Russell Johnson, who played the Professor, said she told everyone she loved to partake of what she called "Joy in the Morning," and it turned out that meant she had a bottle of clear hard liquor (he never found out what exactly it was) that was labelled "Joy" in one of her library bookcases that she swigged happily from every morning.If it's not something at work, it's something at home but there's just always *something* to upset you and piss you off. Just always something to stress you the fuck out and run your blood pressure through the fucking roof. They got the tracking number wrong, and I had to nag them to even give me one, but, okay, fine, got that resolved. My sister and other people I know have told me matter of factly that they’ve seen ghosts, and my dad, who is a totally non-woo-woo retired Navy man, recently told me he and my late mom saw a UFO in the early 80s. Some facts about every gay man's favorite castaway from "Gilligan's Island":*She was extremely wealthy thanks to smart investments in real estate, and so actually was an actual millionaire in her own right when the series started*She lied for most of her adult life about her age.Seriously, I just want to scream my fucking head off right now. I’ve never seen anything like this..I think I want to. There is an active shooting situation going on in the area between the cities of Midland and Odessa, Texas, according to Devin Sanchez, a spokesman for the City of Odessa. By the time of Gilligan's island she told everyone she had been born in 1912, though she had actually been born in 1900!Sherwood Schwartz insisted her real first name was Eunice, but that's never said on the show. Howell and Erica Tiffany Smith (Zsa Zsa Gabor) call her "Lovey," and the other castaways only ever refer to her or address her (respectfully) as "Mrs.Howell," although in one episode the Professor does address the Howells as "Thurston" and "Lovey." Schwartz also insisted Gilligan's real name was "Willy Gilligan," but that first name is never used on the show, and Bob Denver always countered in later interviews that Gilligan just had the one name (like "Cher").*We do know from one episode that Mrs. Howell in another episode says she was an heiress and that her father was "loaded."*She seems to have had breast cancer at one point in her life but never spoke of it."Thinks that maybe she's too chill and doesn't play the game enough, but she still does everything she's supposed to: "It's not like I'm rude or not doing publicity"Knows that all you have in the end of the day is your work and that's what people want out of an actor, but thinks that it would be nice to recognized by her peers. It’s not deliveries that keep the ladies of Soho waiting with bated breath for their man in brown: It’s UPS driver Anthony Lupi himself.