“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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Fans thirty years ago harbored the same enthusiasm about the new season of their favorite television shows as today’s fans do. The only difference between those bygone years of the 1980s and today is that there wasn’t social media in which to share our entertainment passions with other viewers.
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Gordon Thomson celebrated fifty years working as an actor. This is an impressive accomplishment for the theater trained, Canadian born actor who performed Shakespeare on the stage before becoming best known to television audiences as Adam Carrington in the 1980s primetime soap opera Dynasty. But Gordon Thomson has also enjoyed numerous roles in film, primetime and daytime. After Dynasty ended its network run in 1989, Gordon Thomson was cast on the daytime drama Santa Barbara as Mason Capwell. In addition, he appeared in the webseries Devanity and Winterthorne. I recently spoke to him. Read what he had to say below.
On Wednesday, May 6, 1987, Dynasty ended its seventh season with a wedding as well as several characters’ lives in jeopardy.
Viewers were cordially invited to witness the wedding of Adam Alexander Carrington (Gordon Thomson) to Dana Bethany Waring (Leann Hunley).
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