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Old 04/06/2004, 10:29 AM
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Does anyone have any idea how old Paul is?????????

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Old 04/06/2004, 10:54 AM
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IM figuring in his 30s. But I have no clue.

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LOL. I think he's in his 30s too LookWhatICanDo. I wish I knew for certain. *Of course*

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Old 04/07/2004, 1:18 AM
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Does anyone have any idea how old Paul is?????????
I think he's like 27 or 28. I thought that's what one of those articles said from "The Rerun Show". Maybe the one in TV Guide? Can't remember.
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OMG! Seriously?!!!

I have that article saved online. The one about him playing Mrs. Garrett?

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NO WAY is Paul only 28. Sorry, I just don't believe it. I would put him mid-to-late 30's. Mo is 38 (?) now, and they worked together well before Mo started on MADtv, right? That was seven or 8 years ago, when she would have been 31, and Paul would have been 20-21 according to that information. My best guest is 35-37.

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NO WAY is Paul only 28. Sorry, I just don't believe it. I would put him mid-to-late 30's. Mo is 38 (?) now, and they worked together well before Mo started on MADtv, right? That was seven or 8 years ago, when she would have been 31, and Paul would have been 20-21 according to that information. My best guest is 35-37.
Maybe so. But I wouldn't be shocked if he started working at Disney World in his eatly 20's - they like to hire people YOUNG there. You know, that whole youthful, smiley thing. Maybe he is a little older (like 30-31) but I doubt he's the same age as Mo. But you never know, I guess.
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Old 04/07/2004, 8:56 AM
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http://www.tvguide.com/news/insider/...ramID%3D131983
That didn't have it. I don't know where I saw it. I'll check around.
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Maybe so. But I wouldn't be shocked if he started working at Disney World in his eatly 20's - they like to hire people YOUNG there. You know, that whole youthful, smiley thing. Maybe he is a little older (like 30-31) but I doubt he's the same age as Mo. But you never know, I guess.

I looked up listings for Paul in the same place I look up stuff on Mo and there was one that had Paul at around 37 years old.............

Mo graduated from HS in '83, went to college until '85, then went to Dudley Riggs until '89. Then went to Disney for 2 years until '91, then Moved back to Minneapolis.

So Mo would've been in her early 20's when she went to work at Disney.

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I looked up listings for Paul in the same place I look up stuff on Mo and there was one that had Paul at around 37 years old.............
Do you still have the url to the site that had that info?

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Here...........I'll let you figure how which one it is............or which one I think it is.........It's a paysite so dont click on anything


http://find.intelius.com/search-summ...earchform=name

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I would guess Paul is 33 or 34.
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Old 04/12/2004, 3:29 AM
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Yeah. I think that's about right...Or so I wish.

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Old 04/19/2004, 9:47 AM
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An old article about Paul and Peter

Maximum Bob. (television program reviews)



Variety; 8/3/1998; Richmond, Ray

(SERIES COMEDY-DRAMA; ABC, TUES. AGU. 4, 10 P.M.)

Filmed in and around Miami by Sonnenfeld/Josephson Prods. in association with Warner Bros. TV. Executive producers, Barry Sonnenfeld, Barry Josephson, Alex Gansa; co-executive producers, Rick Kellard, Steve Beers, Theresa Rebeck; producer, Graham Place; director, Sonnenfeld; writer, Gansa; based on the novel by Elmore Leonard; camera, Bill Pope; music, David Schwartz; editor, James W. Miller; production designer, Peter Larkin; sound, Peter Kurland; casting, David Rubin, Debbie Zane. 60 MIN.

Judge Bob Gibbs Beau Bridges
Kathy Baker Liz Vassey
Sheriff Gary Hammond Sam Robards
Leanne Lancaster Kiersten Warren
Wanda Grace RaeVen Larrymore-Kelly
Elvin Crowe Brent Briscoe
Inez Crowe Beth Grant
Bogart Crowe Paul Vogt
Dirk Crowe Peter Allen Vogt
Dicky Crowe William Sanderson
Hector Finch T. Scott Cunningham
Sonny Dupree Sam Trammell
Deputy Dawson Hayes Garrett Dillahunt

Not since "Northern Exposure," or perhaps even "Twin Peaks," has there been a show as serf-consciously quirky as "Maximum Bob," which isn't so much a piece of entertainment as a vivid hallucination. A dramatic comedy inspired by an Elmore Leonard bestseller (isn't everything?), this hour has "cult hit" written all over it. Rational people will no doubt find it too offbeat, but the sickest among us will believe they have found their holy grail.

This is Barry Sonnenfeld's third crack at Leonard, after the theatricals "Get Shorty" (which he helmed) and the under-appreciated "Out of Sight" (which he exec produced). This time, he's exec producing (with Barry Josephson and scripter Alex Gansa) and helming the twisted gem of a pilot. Sonnenfeld is clearly ready for primetime. Whether primetime is ready for him, and his warped take on reality, proves a more puzzling question.

To be sure, Beau Bridges gives the comic performance of his life as Judge "Maximum" Bob Gibbs. He abuses power like the rest of us chew gum, ruling over his small Florida town of Deep Water like his personal fiefdom. His courtroom style is a tad unorthodox. He tends to sidle up to defendants and, when he gains their trust, smacks them with an unfairly harsh sentence -- like, say, the electric chair for an underage drinker's first offense.

The blustery, flamboyant, chauvinistic judge (he's lecherous, too) is married to Leanne (Kiersten Warren), who originally caught Gibbs' eye when she was cast as a mermaid in the show at the local aquarium and demonstrated a special way of eating a banana underwater.

But since having a near-death experience with a wayward crocodile, Leanne works as a psychic who happens to be inhabited by the spirit of Wanda Grace, a 12-year-old Southern slave girl from the 1800s.

But wait, there's more. Judge Gibbs hits on Kathy Baker (Liz Vassey), a spunky public defender whose parolee client just got sent up the river for quaffing a beer. The judge, meanwhile, sends an alligator after Leanne to scare her into a divorce, since having a nut case for a significant other tends to dampen one's ambitions of higher of rice. And then there's Sheriff Gary (Sam Robards), an honest, compassionate sort who has taken up ballroom dancing to compensate for the loss of his late wife. Or something like that.

Gansa's opening script is loaded with the kind of breezy outlandishness that makes for an entertaining ride in tandem with Sonnenfeld's off-kilter camera angles. But a second seg supplied for review (and slated to air Aug. 18) loses much of the eccentric magic despite the enhanced role of a couple of portly, Southern-fried yahoos (Paul Vogt and Peter Allen Vogt).

But despite the inconsistency, you've just got to love a show that features an unseen character who goes around stealing late-model cars and blowing them up to protest their impact on the environment. "Maximum Bob" is like a consciousness-expanding narcotic transferred to film stock. If it's sometimes too taken with its own sense of wacky, it surely deserves kudos for making the effort at all. And make no mistake: A new Beau Bridges is born.

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Hey. Cool article. I searched news in LA and found this! It's from the LA Times online:

THEATER REVIEW
'Flute' hits all the right notes
Enchanting production

(Kaitlyn V. Ireland, 11, of La Crescenta is a fifth-grader at Valley View Elementary School.)

"The Magic Flute," an enchanting production brought to life by director Dimitri Toscas, who wrote the script, lyrics and musical adaptation of Mozart's comic opera, brings fantasy to your afternoon.

Burbank's Falcon Theatre is turned into a magical land as Tamino, played by Paul Dean, sets out to find the Sun, locked away by the Queen of the Night, played by Roberta Wall. Tamino's quest introduces him to many interesting and enjoyable characters.

Among those, he meets his friend and sidekick, the colorful and comedic character of Papageno, humorously played by veteran actor Paul C. Vogt.

The lovely Pamina, played by Shea Curry, had a beautiful singing voice. She too joins Tamino on his quest. The Phoenix, who seemed the most real with her bird-like actions, was played by Karen Schnurr.

Not only is it fun to watch, but the play also gets the audience involved.



Musical casts a spell

(Lisa Ireland of La Crescenta is an educator and mother of fellow critic Kaitlyn V. Ireland.)

The Falcon Theatre in Burbank is presenting a wonderful play, "The Magic Flute," for all. The director, Dimitri Toscas, who wrote the book, lyrics and the musical adaptation, made sure there was plenty of humor throughout his play that would appeal to every age.

The audience participation kept even the youngest viewers' attention, as did the simple but clever scenery changes and dramatic lighting.

The music, which was taped, went perfectly with the story and created a light operatic feel. The actors were the best part of the production.

Tamino, played by Paul Dean, was our hero on a quest. This young man filled perfectly every aspect of what a hero should be.

Shea Curry, who played Pamina, also had a wonderful voice and fit the bill as the beautiful heroine to perfection. The Queen of the Night, Roberta B. Wall, had the most wonderful evil laugh.

Karen Schnurr, as Monstra, was the Phoenix personified. Her bird-like actions made the character lifelike.

Paul C. Vogt as Papageno bridged the gap between fantasy and reality as he pulled the audience into the play and made us feel a part of the quest with his color and comedy. "The Magic Flute" is not to be missed!


(I wonder what the "C" stands for in his name?)

Cool though. I also went to the Falcon Theatre website (www.falcontheatre.com) to see what was there... but it only had dates and stuff for the show. I guess it's a Children's Theatre version of "The Magic Flute" opera. How cool is that! Paul must be an awesome person... performing in shows for kids! I think that's really cool.
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Paul Vogt landed Hollywood recognition as the breakout star of NBC's _The Rerun Show (2002)_ when he portrayed Mrs. Garrett from "The Facts of Life". Since then, he has become a permanent cast member on _MADtv (1995)_ (FOX's successful late-night sketch comedy show, now in its 10th season) and filmed two movies with Garry Marshall (Raising Helen (2004) and _Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement (2004)_ ).

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Vogt received classical theater training from the State University College at Buffalo, where he was privileged to work with Warren Enters and Tom Fontana. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Theater (with a concentration in Directing), Vogt was hired by the Walt Disney Company to perform at Walt Disney World (Streetmosphere, Comedy Warehouse, Hoop Dee Do Musical Review) in Orlando, Florida.

While in Florida, Vogt continued to perform on stage, winning awards (Best Actors for his portrayal of Sam Byke in Stephen Sondheim's musical "Assassins" and for "Greater Tuna") and critical acclaim for his theater work (Orlando Theatre Project: "Below the Belt", "Sylvia", "Losing Weight"; Orlando Shakespeare Festival: "Coriolanus", "Hamlet", "Much Ado About Nothing"; Orlando Opera Company: "The Fantasticks"). He was also the founding member and director of "The Paul Vogt Improv Group" that appeared at Civic Theatre of Central Florida and the Disney Institute.

Vogt was discovered (with his identical twin brother, Peter Allen Vogt) in Florida and was cast in Barry Sonnenfeld's quirky ABC series _Maximum Bob (1998)_ starring Beau Bridges. He immediately received attention from Hollywood Agents and Managers. After moving to Burbank, California, Garry Marshall at the Falcon Theatre.

As Jimbo Milachi in "Happy Days: the musical", Vogt proved he could command a stage with his comic timing and acting ability. Soon he was being cast from his performance as a mean Milachi Brother in "Happy Days" to film and television roles. Garry Marshall has included Vogt in several productions on stage and film. David Salzman cast him in _The Rerun Show (2002)_ and _MADtv (1995)_ . He appeared on two episodes _Chicago Hope (1994)_ as a conjoined twin and guest starred in an episode of _In-Laws (2002)_ . Vogt hosted the _2003 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (2003)_ with the cast of _MADtv (1995)_ and recently taped a commentary for a special on E! Entertainment Television about Celebrity Siblings.

Vogt also recently appeared as Bob the Dogcatcher in the family film Good Boy! (2003) (MGM/Henson Productions), written and directed by 'John Hoffman' , and his voice will soon be heard as several characters in the upcoming "Lilo and Stitch 2" from Walt Disney Animation.

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Awesome Bio. I haven't checked the imdb for a while so I must have missed it! Thanks JC.
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