Writer Michael Ordona's terrific piece on Robby and his new multimedia medical memoir I'm Not Dead... Yet! in the Calendar Book section of the LA Times -- click link below to read entire article: http://soc.li/2pFdX5F
Terrific interview of Robby from Broadway World by Pat Cersaro. Here's an exerpt - click on Broadway World link read entire career spanning piece: "Today we are talking to a star of many notable films and television shows who initially surprised many viewers with his commanding presence as the voice of the Beast in Disney’s classic animated film BEAUTY & THE BEAST, now back in theaters for its twentieth anniversary (in 3D) - the one and only Robby Benson. In addition to telling us all about his impressions of and experiences working on BEAUTY & THE BEAST and what he thinks of the new 3D movie experience, he also shares his affection for co-stars Angela Lansbury and Paige O’Hara - both having been previous InDepth InterView participants, as well - and what the storied legacy of the film means to him. Also, Benson discusses his talented family, including his rock star wife, Karla DeVito, and their daughter, a star-on-the-rise in her own right, Lyric (her Benson-produced debut album, LYRIC’S LOVE LIGHT REVOLUTION, is available here) and details the many hats he wears as an actor, director, producer, author, singer and recording artist." Read more: http://broadwayworld.com/article/SPOTLIGHT-ON-BEAUTY-THE-BEAST-3D-Robby-Benson-20120126#ixzz1prOv7xwS
Robby Benson narrates his writing partner (ONE ON ONE) and father author Jerry Segal's critically acclaimed book for children of all ages: It's on sale now at Amazon and Audible.com!
Robby is interviewed by Michael Ordona in the San Francisco Chronicle Friday, October 15th, 2010. Funny and revealing. On Beast: "I've never been so perfectly typecast." On love: "I do completely believe in love...I'm a complete romantic." Also discusses his upcoming book I'M NOT DEAD... YET!
Robby Benson has almost finished his memoir, I'M NOT DEAD... YET! I'M NOT DEAD... YET! is a funny and poignant look at surviving four open heart surgeries for a congenital valve defect, while forging ahead with a dynamic creative career in and out of Hollywood.
Robby Benson's Warner Bros. basketball classic ONE ON ONE (1977) is finally available on DVD. Benson wrote the screenplay for ONE ON ONE (with Jerry Segal) at age 17, not only to expose the issues surrounding the inequities in 'amateur' college athletics, he wrote One on One because HE LOVED TO PLAY THE GAME.
Peter Travers tweets his lesson from Reggie Miller: ONE ON ONE with Robby Benson REGGIE MILLER NBA legend and star of the new documentary WINNING TIME just screened at Sundance, gives film critic Peter Travers the definitive answer to the question -- what hoops film Hollywood got right? One on One with Robby Benson. Thanks for schooling him Reggie!