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Topic - Tony Goldwyn
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Reaction on Thursday to the death of actor Tony Curtis at home in Henderson, Nev., at age 85:
From dressing in drag to posing nude for his 80th birthday, Tony Curtis truly was a defiant one.
"I'm so grateful the show has gone where it's gone," says Goldwyn, savoring the problems dogging Fitz's presidency. "It's beyond my wildest expectations."
His father, Samuel Goldwyn, Jr., is a successful producer as well (with credits that include "Mystic Pizza" and "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World"), but who was careful to shield Tony and his other kids from the Hollywood glitter he had been raised in: "He really wanted to make sure we weren't Hollywood brats," says Tony, who witnessed only one film production as a child: an episode of "The Night Stalker" being shot at Dad