Today is Terri Garber’s birthday. In addition to wishing her a happy one, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on why she remains one of my favorite actresses for thirty-five years.
Terri Garber (North and South, Dynasty, As the World Turns, General Hospital, Santa Barbara) celebrates her birthday on December 28.
Dynasty returned for Season 2 on October 12, 2018
Fans of Terri Garber (North and South, Dynasty, As the World Turns, Santa Barbara) will want to extend well wishes to the actress as she celebrates her birthday on December 28.
Have yourselves a Merry Carrington Christmas. Who’s been naughty and who’s been nice? Find out when the Dynasty episode airs December 21.
Once upon a time television audiences relied upon three major networks as their source for prime time viewing: ABC, NBC and CBS. Many people enjoyed watching daytime soap operas and it seemed as if network executives sought to replicate the recipe for nightly viewers. Enter the Ewings on CBS’ Dallas with their sprawling Southfork Ranch and their oil rich company, Ewing Oil.With the massive ratings success of Dallas, ABC was eager to capture a large piece of the pie for itself. The solution came on Monday, January 12, 1981 when Dynasty premiered.
I was sixteen years old in 1981 and while I enjoyed Dallas, Dynasty is my all-time favorite night time soap opera. It was the show that I most remember through my own milestones, from high school graduation, college and later law school.
The CW currently has a Dynasty reboot airing for a new generation of viewers. But for me, there will only be one Dynasty, the ABC original that ran from Monday, January 12, 1981 to Thursday, May 11, 1989.
December 28 is Terri Garber’s birthday. As the world turns, she’ll forever be a part of the Main Dynasty thanks to her memorable film and television roles.
From 1981 to 1989, viewers watched the Carringtons and the Colbys of Denver in Dynasty on ABC. Well, the families are back, but with a few changes and now airing on The CW. The Series Premiere of Dynasty airs on October 11.
“All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts…”
The Bard of Avon would have certainly smiled upon Gordon Thomson, a man who embraced his creative talents as an actor and allowed numerous characters to walk across the stage of life. For a half century, Thomson has established himself in radio, stage, film, television and web series; he has used his artistic gifts and instincts to tell the stories of the many characters that he has played.
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