Celebrity Livewire July 2003
After completing filming Ladder 41 in Baltimore, actor John Travolta toured the latest exhibit
at the College Park Air Museum in Maryland, entitled “Photography by
L. Ron Hubbard,” in celebration of the centennial of flight. The exhibit
is 135 feet long and features vintage LRH photographs from the 1940s.
Erika Christensen and Christopher Masterson
Actress Erika Christensen and actor Christopher Masterson on location in Puerto Rico, filming a modern version of Wuthering Heights for MTV, based on the classic book by author Emily Brontë. It airs this September.
Actor Danny Masterson protested the psychiatric drugging of children at 14th Annual MuchMusic Video Awards, where he presented the “Best International Video By A Canadian” award to pop star Avril Lavigne.
Actress Juliette Lewis has been nominated for an Emmy Award for her work in
HBO’s Hysterical Blindness. Earlier this year, Juliette was also nominated
for an Independent Spirit Award for the role.
Actress Catherine Bell at Book Expo America in Los Angeles signing copies of LRH’s Dianetics Self-Improvement Packages, which will be sent to members of the U.S. military in acknowledgement of their service.
Actor Brandon Michael Novitsky recently appeared in the season finale of The Gilmore Girls on the WB. He also booked two national commercials, one for Mastercard and one for an anti-drug campaign.
Kelly Preston and Jenna Elfman
Actresses Kelly Preston and Jenna Elfman with U.S. Senator John Ensign (Nevada). Kelly and Jenna were recently in Washington, D.C. with representatives of Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights, talking with members of the Senate to gather support for the Child Medication Safety Act. The bill has already passed the House of Representatives 425 to 1, and if passed by the Senate would prohibit school personnel from forcing parents to put their children on psychotropic drugs.