The Many Faces of Henry Gibson
Malibu, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2009
Veteran actor Henry Gibson has launched his official website. The website provides information, photographs, filmography, poems, videos, and recordings from his long and diverse career. The theme of the site, "The Many Faces of Henry Gibson," introduces his audience to a number of aspects of his career that some may not be aware of.
"Having a personal website brings me fully into the 21st Century," says Gibson, adding that "it is a great way to connect with audiences and fans in this age of the Internet, whether they are in high school, members of the senior set - or anything in between."
Gibson has not sat still in a career spanning over fifty years. A regular on the Laugh-In TV show, Gibson's down-home humor mixed with wacky poetry made this performer one of the show's most popular. He feels fortunate to have shared the stage with greats such as Jack Benny, Sammy Davis Jr., and Milton Berle.
Gibson's career started in theater while still a child. Prior to Laugh-In, he appeared in films such as "The Nutty Professor" with Jerry Lewis and "The Outlaws Is Coming" with the Three Stooges. Later, he became an established character actor appearing in over fifty films. He may be best known for his starring role in Robert Altman's "Nashville," as well as "The Blues Brothers," "Magnolia," "The Burbs," and "Wedding Crashers." Most recently, Gibson portrayed Judge Clark Brown on Television's "Boston Legal."
In addition to acting, Gibson was instrumental in helping to launch the first "Earth Day," as well as in supporting numerous environmental and conservation activities, such as awakening the public to the plight and imminent extinction of the California Brown Pelican (as well as other species) from the pesticide DDT. The pelicans have since rebounded and are no longer considered endangered by many authorities. Gibson is also a songwriter, lyricist, and published author.
Henry Gibson's website can be viewed at http://www.henrygibson.com. Never one to take on any task half-heartedly, Gibson has also recently established his presence on MySpace.com, Facebook.com, and Twitter.com. Follow Gibson's tweets at http://twitter.com/HenryGibson1935.
"I feel that this website is just the beginning," says Gibson, now seventy three. "Now that I'm riding the information super-highway, I'm ready to fasten my seatbelt and use this medium to deliver a new wave of entertainment to a new and tech-savvy online community."
For more information contact Edward K. Hudson at 805-200-8116 or through http://www.theconnectionpoint.com