Mike Farrell “Just Call Me Mike”
March 28th, 2007
Most people who want to get into show business end up in Hollywood sooner or later. But actor Mike Farrell started there. He grew up in a working class neighborhood in West Hollywood, a stone’s throw from Tinseltown. As a teenager he delivered groceries to Jack Benny, Lucille Ball, and Jimmy Stewart.
Years later Farrell finally enjoyed stardom himself, on television in “M*A*S*H” and “Providence” and in movies, as producer of “Dominick and Eugene” and “Patch Adams.” Through it all, overarching everything, is a strong sense of social justice that has also made Mike Farrell one of Hollywood’s most prominent political activists. His memoir is called “Just Call Me Mike.”
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