(USS Battleship Missouri, Pearl Harbour, April 23, 2016)
Richard Chamberlain is the Honorary Chairman of Friends of Youth Outreach (FOYO), a core group of individuals who collaborate to help the homeless and at-risk youth on O‘ahu.
FOYO held its inaugural fundraiser on board
the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor to collect funds in order
to create a round-the-clock safe place for homeless and at-risk
youth on the island.
"Admiral" Chamberlain, co-hostess Cassandra Peterson and "Captain" Martin Rabbett.
Their generous involvement with FOYO's cause contributed to the success
of the Fundraiser Dinner.
Warner Archives has released, Dr. Kildare, season 5,
(two DVDs, region 1)! DVDs compatible with regions other than
region 1 will be available at a later stage at various stores
as has been the case with the show's previous seasons.
Left: Verbal sparring between the eminent professor and the young resident!
Great acting moment featuring James Mason and Richard Chamberlain!
Middle: Another memorable scene, the wife of the eminent professor (Margaret Leighton)
is coming on the young resident (Richard Chamberlain)!
Right: High drama, stellar acting!
(For a bigger screen click on the youtube icon, bottom right)
On September 7, 2011 Richard Chamberlain granted an exclusive interview
to this "Richard Chamberlain Webbiography". He talked about
his career, his singing, his artwork and his writing,
and peppered his comments with several anecdotes,
some hitherto unpublished.
1. Richard Chamberlain talks about his two
recent high tech and science fiction projects
'Chuck' and 'Leverage'
2. Richard Chamberlain underlines the
importance of all kinds of 'masks' for
an actor: in the 'Man in the Iron Mask'
the iron mask was totally terrifying!
3. Richard Chamberlain reminisces about
'Shogun': 'Shogun' was a wonderful experience,
I was not about to screw it up despite
cultural clashes between the Japanese
and American crew.
4. Richard Chamberlain on 'The Thorn Birds':
chemistry is impossible to define.
5. Richard Chamberlain commends the series
'Brothers & Sisters' for treating gay characters
just like people.
6. Richard Chamberlain: in all my projects
I learn about myself, in comedy I learn
a little more.
7. Richard Chamberlain about his artwork:
sometimes my paintings have a certain meaning
like 'Celestial Ardor' that expresses total
commitment of oneself to life.
For a man total commitment to life
is in part phallic.
Recent Projects including appearances at premieres