Nathaniel Marston: One Life to Live's Kathy Brier Pens Touching Tribute | magnitolka.info
Nathaniel Marston & Kathy Brier Winokur is planning to come back to the musical this fall, but dates for her return have yet to be decided and may depend on. Dec 11, On her Facebook page, Kathy Brier (ex-Marcie, OLTL) shared the eulogy she penned for former co-star and good friend Nathaniel Marston. Dec 11, OLTL's Kathy Brier delivers eulogy for Nathaniel Marston's burial; shares her . To stay up-to-date on the latest soap news, be sure to like us on.
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The simple sound of his laugh would make my heart skip a beat. When I managed to make him unabashedly laugh, the top of his face would scrunch up near his nose and eyes, and his mouth would open so wide I'd swear I could see his heart from the bottom of his throat. He also had the most amazing smile and not just because of his dreamy dimples. When I made him smile from his heart he would get this twinkle in his eyes as he looked down at me. What a gift it is to have been entrusted with his heart.
As actors we often have to 'be on' but by each other's side all that pressure was melted away and all we HAD to do was simply BE. I'm not sure this is true but all you need to do to see Nathaniel at peace is watch us on film. The most at peace Nathaniel ever was with me, was at my side working on set. He was a genius on a laser beam.OLTL - Al starts to become Michael McBain - November 2003
He was strong, fragile, sharp witted, intelligent, funny as hell, sexy as hell, vulnerable, a lost soul, a gentle giant and breathtakingly beautiful but not because of his looks.
He could take my breath away with his capacity and understanding of the human struggle and his generosity of spirit.
He wore his heart on his sleeve. He had one of, if not the biggest heart I've ever known. He would do anything for anyone. We cherished the gifts we were given and that we got to share them with each other and the world and we never took it for granted.
I will take with me and hold steadfast to so many seemingly 'small' moments. One of the sweetest seemingly small things Nathaniel ever did was come watch me as I would sign autographs and take pictures the stage door night after performing in Hairspray on Broadway. I didn't know he did this for a long time until he told me one day. I asked why he didn't just come up to my dressing room. He shrugged his shoulders and with a humongous smile simply said no, I love watching you do your thing.
It makes me happy to just see you and I know [you're] safe at the end of the night. I'd say that chances are that she found that she didn't like dick, but rather snatch. She left the industry 30 years ago and has worked steadily since. I think when she is cast now, the casting director is not going to say here is soap actress Judith Light.
She was also fairly young in her mid 30sblond and thin. She is still the latter two, that along with her being talented and well-liked is why she still gets work. So much for her not being identified with her soap character.
Some actors just become comfortable with the steady paycheck and the ability to have a family and be home for dinner and school plays, etc.
I've heard some people say that you shouldn't stay longer than 3 or 4 years, because you get into the habit of "soap acting". And that's not a diss on soap acting. Soap acting is not easy, but it is different.
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And it's also assembly line acting, you don't get the time to rehearse and perfect your performance like in other areas. People want to see big, exaggerated emotions. Subtle, nuanced performances are rare and aren't lauded like the expected showy performances.
Nathaniel Marston is DEAD to me
The actors who were big in soaps, who were also big in primetime and film is still a small club. Tony Geary is still bitter to this day that he couldn't get past General Hospital. Genie Francis had some primetime success, but it was playing different variations on Laura, just in primetime -- but she too eventually came back to soaps. Kim Zimmer couldn't make it out of soaps either. Whatever success that Susan Lucci has had is because she lost the Emmy so many times.
She built a career on losing the Emmy.