Gary Coleman 1993 interview with Brad Lemack (courtesy of RerunIt.
Gary Coleman raps: 9 oddities from Hollywood Squares’ 1987 Christmas episode. If only there had been a reissue of The Outlaw And The Indian, they could have included this quote on the dust jacket. The album’s title song-maybe its only song-features Coleman in a duet with his friend Dion Mial. That would be the aforementioned Indian.
Gary Wayne Coleman (February 8, 1968 – May 28, 2010) was an American actor, comedian, and writer best known for his role as Arnold Jackson in Diff'rent Strokes (1978–1986). After a successful childhood acting career, Coleman struggled financially later in life. In 1989, he successfully sued his parents and business adviser over misappropriation of his assets, only to declare bankruptcy a decade later. On May 28, 2010, Coleman died of a subdural hematoma at age 42.
The casts of the Off Broadway production of Avenue Q in New York City and the Avenue Q National Tour in Dallas dedicated their May 28 performances to his memory, and the actors playing the part of Coleman paid tribute to him from the stage at the performances' conclusions. The Coleman character remained in the show after modifications were made to.
Dion Mial, close personal friend of Gary Coleman was recently named executor of Coleman’s estate, and feels there’s something not right about the unexpected death of his friend: I wholeheartedly believe there was foul play here. He adds that he finds the behavior of Gary’s ex-wife Shannon Price shameless, saying, There has been absolutely nothing covert about her behavior and how sadly she has handled this situation. In fact, she’s shamelessly brazen and coldly matter-of-fact about this precious life that we’ve lost.
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If you can get to the end of this video -- and I dare you to watch the whole thing, I dare you -- Gary Coleman says 'There's a real good, hot m. I really like that album a lo. Someone has got to score this on vinyl somewhere. It has got to be sample city. and then admits that he was a Michael Jackson impersonator. Try not cringing when he says "I was, thank God, considered one of the best.
Gary Coleman the Rapper. Gary Coleman and Michael Jackson impersonator Dion Mial rap about Indians and outlaws. Oh yes, this is just too weird. Posted on May 12, 2009, 19:19 GMT.
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