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A: There’s a really nice website called MasterClass that has a lot of venerable people talking about art and the craft of it. They presented the idea to me, and never in my life would I have presumed to do something like that. But then I thought, “Gee, I’m 70 years old and I’ve had a lot of experiences that will go nowhere unless I talk about them to people who are interested.” That piqued my interest, and I enjoyed doing it.

Along the way to wisdom, he has also collected accolades: everything from an Emmy for television writing to Grammys for his music and comedy albums to the Kennedy Center Honors for being, well, Steve Martin. His (often humorous) writing was published in the  New Yorker , and his musical played Broadway. He has also become a serious art collector, and he excels there, too. In fact, he can move markets. Since he championed the Canadian painter Lawren Harris by co-curating a show that traveled the ., prices for the artist's work have skyrocketed. Martin himself once sold an Edward Hopper painting for nearly $27 million. He sells pieces, he says, so he can buy more art.

The following is the filmography for actor and comedian Steve Martin . He is best known for his roles in the films The Jerk (1979), The Man with Two Brains (1983), Three Amigos (1986), Roxanne (1987), Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987), Father of the Bride (1991), Cheaper by the Dozen (2003), and The Pink Panther (2006). Martin has also hosted Saturday Night Live fifteen times, second only to Alec Baldwin, who has hosted seventeen times.

We are looking for pictures from prior reunions, high school life, or even old baby pictures!  Please send them to the Facebook page or message me if you have Messenger (Facebook).  We would like to post these on this website as a collage or slideshow, as well as use them at the reunion next year.  - Larry Wilson

Steve Martin teamed up with John Candy for a comedy that was written, produced and directed by John Hughes (National Lampoon's Vacation, The Breakfast Club, Home Alone). Martin played Neal Page, a highly-strung businessman who has to rely on the help of Candy's character Del Griffith, a bumbling and garrulous shower-curtain-ring salesman, to get home from New York to Chicago in in time for Thanksgiving. Martin has a memorably angry swearing scene in which he says f------ 18 times within a minute, earning this feelgood comedy an 'R' rating in America.

Pappas's discography (available at Guitar Nine Records ) includes one solo album "Refuge" .

Given these situations, Jerry Zaks has no choice but to direct his ensemble of four to deliver very broad performances, with Schumer being a tad less loud and forced than the others. I haven’t seen actors this over the top since the heyday of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, a cross-dressing troupe that had the advantage of Charles Ludlam’s truly anarchic comedy.

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