By George Clooney, Sam Keenleyside
Bedside Manners is needed studying for ER devotees, who will discover a wealth of knowledge here-from an within examine ER and its writer, Michael Crichton, to a viewer's better half that includes certain experiences of every and each episode of the express and a consultant to its forged and characters. there is additionally an entire net advisor to Clooney and ER, the ''authoritative'' ER ingesting online game, and a bit of ''Clooneyisms''-unusual costs and peculiar anecdotes from Clooney and the characters he is portrayed. Keenleyside contains whatever for everybody during this humorous, fact-filled, and critical booklet.
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It's here that his character landed all those hard fouls on the hapless John Carter after sleeping with his girlfriend, Harper Tracy. It's also the place where he and Mark Greene have had, in the casual way that only guys can have them, some of their most important, soul-searching conversations. But in real life, the basketball court is just the place where George Clooney escapes the daily grind of rehearsing and taping the show and kicks some major butt. It's not surprising that Clooney would be a hoops hound.
J Cx he'd bounced from audition to audition hoping that one of them would lead to a part — any part — in an honest-to-goodness theatrical or studio production. ' having at which he was lando reached the point jr ing such parts with some consistency, he was bouncing from soundstage to soundstage hoping that one of these roles — or even one of these shows —- would last long enough for him to establish himself in the community. 50 Little did Clooney know that NBC: had been developing an idea for a series pitched to them by Michael Crichton, whose clout in Hollywood had been confirmed by the box-office punch packed by the film adaptation of his best-selling novel Jurassic Park.
Putting all e/ J O X e/ * JL JL JL 3 JL 52 Hollywood — a risky proposition S. MURPHY/SHOOTING STAR of the actor's eggs in one Hollywood basket was a risky proposition, and it was much safer to keep a few in reserve just in case things didn't work out. He should have remembered whom he was talking to. Clooney was 12 years older and a little bit wiser, but he was still, deep down, the same guy who had thrown caution to the wind when he'd set out for Hollywood. The agent honored Clooney's wishes and got him an audition, which led to a callback and subsequent readings with some of the other actors NBC was looking at for the show.