Friday, April 02, 2010

John Forsythe Has Died


A publicist says actor John Forsythe, who played scheming oil tycoon in "Dynasty," has died at 92.

13 comments:

MontanaMarriott said...

He was so integral to my teen viewing years, RIP you will be truly missed.

Kristen S. said...

Oh man...Dynasty was such a great afterschool show :) RIP

Syko said...

What a shame to lose him. He was a gorgeous man.

shazzzba said...

HE WAS A CLASS ACT....

valerie said...

We'll miss you, Charlie!

not on my dollar said...

R.I.P. John. At least he lived a very long life.

Sylvia said...

WOW 92!!

pomme said...

i loved his voice and i was fan of Dynasty!RIP

chris said...

John lived here in the Santa Ynez Valley for the last 10 years or so...and was such a gentleman. My sincere apologies to his wife-Nicole I beleive her name is- also a lovely person. He loved his horses!

jax said...

aww now Charlie is with the Angels...RIP. say hi to Farrah.

RJ said...

Love me some Dynasty and Charlie's Angels, too. John Forsythe led to a jaw-dropping comment from my grandmother. My brother and I spent lots of time with our grandparents when we were kids. I was watching Dynasty with her one night and she said "I wouldn't kick him out of bed for eating crackers." I was about 14 or 15 and was AGHAST that my grandmother still got the hots for people. At the time she was probably 62, which doesn't seem old at all now, but was just ancient at the time.

Merlin D. Bear said...

RIP John, I loved you as Charlie, I loved you even more as Blake, even though you were a homophobe.
You were always class personified.

Charlie said...

If you ever want to see a great scenery flick, watch Hitchcock's "The Trouble with Harry" from 1954 filmed in and around Craftsbury Common, Vermont. The Fall foliage is probably the most beautiful you'll ever see on film.