Posted at 5:35 PM (PDT) on Tuesday, May 13, 2008
We're halfway through the auction and there are still many doodles with very affordable prices such as:
John Hawkes: Phillip Padgett in "Milagro" (1999), a favorite Scullycentric episode - This is one of Chris Carter's chosen 8 episodes in the new DVD TXF: Revelations.
Laurie Holden: Marita Covarrubias in 10 episodes of The X-Files and she also played Mary Travis in 14 episodes of The Magnificent Seven tv series.
Clyde Klotz: Piper Anderson's Dad and Emmy Award-winning production designer who has worked on numerous television productions including: The Hitch Hiker, 21 Jump Street and The X-Files as well as feature films. His work on the series Beast Wars garnered him a special jury Emmy Award in 1998 for best production design; the first of it's kind awarded for work in CGI animation.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FATHER'S DAY (JUNE 15):
John Auchter: A perfect From Daughter to Dad doodle!
Mike Farrell: B.J. Hunnicutt from the ever popular TV series M*A*S*H. He's the husband of Shelley Fabares (see below).
James Hampton: He has been appearing in television shows and films since 1964! He is best known for his roles in The Doris Day Show, F Troop, The Longest Yard, Teen Wolf (played the father of Scott, the Teen Wolf), Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach and Sling Blade. Flashback to 1985, here he is in a YouTube clip of Teen Wolf.
Steven-Charles Jaffe: Producer of Motel Hell, Near Dark (Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton), The Fly II (Eric Stoltz), Ghost (Whoopi Goldberg, Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze), Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (William Shatner, Leonard Nemoy), Strange Days (Ralph Fiennes), The Weight of Water (Sean Penn), and K-19: The Widowmaker (Harrison Ford).
Max Makowski: Director of the upcoming bigscreen adaptation of the 1970s TV series Kung Fu which will be shot entirely in mainland China. He has also rewritten the screenplay for the bigscreen version of Hawaii Five-O. The characters on the lower right side of his doodle mean "KUNG FU".
Keith Morrison: For Dads who love the blues. Keith is an award-winning Jamaican-born artist who has exhibited internationally in many galleries and museums, including the art Institute of Chicago, the Smithsonian, The Cincinnati Museum, the DeYoung Museum, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. He represented Jamaica at the 2001 Venice Biennale.
Paul Petersen: Achieved stardom as a teenage heartthrob on The Donna Reed Show, an ABC family sitcom that ran from 1958 to 1966. He played son Jeff Stone from the time he was twelve until he was twenty. If you've never seen the classic episode in which he sang "My Dad", there's a clip on You Tube. And, while you're there, watch Shelley Fabares sing "Johnny Angel". She played Paul's sister, Mary Stone.
Paul Petersen: Doodle #2
Jon Provost: Timmy from the Lassie tv series. Read his mini-bio underneath his doodle. Of his many accomplishments, he is most proud of his children, Ryan and Katie, now in their 20s.
Seth Swirsky: Wrote the Grammy-nominated worldwide hit Tell It To My Heart with Ernie Gold for Taylor Dayne. His song Love Is a Beautiful Thing was featured in movies such as The Pallbearer, Legally Blonde, and Two Weeks Notice. He's also the author of 3 baseball books (he's a noted baseball memorabilia collector): Baseball Letters, Every Pitcher Tells a Story, and Something to Write Home About. His upcoming documentary, A Year In The Life, consists of his many interviews with people who have a story about themselves and The Beatles.
Jerry Trimble Jr.: Under the name "Golden Boy", he became the PKA and PKC Kickboxing Champion of the World in 1986. He has been in over twenty feature films including Heat (Al Pacino), Charlie's Angels (2000; nominated for the Taurus Award in the category of Best Fight), War of the Worlds, Mission: Impossible III, and The Last Sentinel. He's also the husband of Ami Dolenz and son-in-law of Micky Dolenz. Watch him in action in this YouTube clip.
Robert B. Weide: Principal director of Curb Your Enthusiasm (26 episodes, 2000-2007). He's been the recipient of repeated Emmy nominations for his work on the show, and won an Emmy in 2003 for one of the episodes from its third season. "Curb" also received the Golden Globe Award in 2003 as Best Television Comedy Series. His first feature as director, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, will hit theaters in October 2008 and stars Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), Kirsten Dunst, Jeff Bridges, Danny Huston, Megan Fox, Gillian Anderson, and Max Minghella.
Bob White: A professional guide and artist. His work hangs in the private and corporate collections of sportsmen on six continents. Bob was awarded Guide of the Year in 1988 by Fly Rod & Reel Magazine. As the 1994 Artist of the Year for the Alaska State Parks Foundation, he produced and donated the artwork for the first Alaska State Parks Foundation print. His work has been presented twice in Fly Rod & Reel Magazine's Gallery. He has been featured as a guide and artist on ESPN's Fly Fishing the World and Fly Fishing America, as well as on Ron Schara's Minnesota Bound.