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Topic - Steve Guttenberg
Dr. Ravi Godse is on call nearly 24/7 as a top internal medicine specialist in Pittsburgh, but he so loves writing, directing and starring in movies that he wants other people to love them, too.
Steve Guttenberg, Julie Kavner and Marlo Thomas will appear in "Relatively Speaking," three one-act plays by Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May that are being bundled together on Broadway this fall.
"I'm hoping that he didn't hire me because I'm well-known. I'm hoping he hired me because he thinks I'm a good actor," Guttenberg told the AP.
"He's crazy, but I think it's really noble," Guttenberg said. "And, you know, I don't think anybody's going to ask for their money back. Though there's always that guy who's buying a suit and wearing it to a wedding and then bringing it back the next day."