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I SPENT MY ENTIRE LIFE PLAYING NERDS. . .--Barry Livingston

A true Hollywood survivor, Barry Livingston is one of the few child stars who turned early success into a lifelong career. As "Ernie" on the 1960s sit-com My Three Sons--which also featured his real-life brother Stanley as "Chip"--Barry become instantly recognizable for his horn-rimmed glasses and goofy charm. Five decades later, after working on TV shows like Mad Men and Desperate Housewives, and in feature films like Zodiac and The Social Network, Barry Livingston is one actor who knows The Importance of Being Ernie. . .

In this fascinating and funny memoir, Barry reveals his most unforgettable anecdotes: Working on set with Fred McMurray, Ozzie and Harriet, Lucille Ball and Dick Van Dyke. Riding a limousine with Elvis Presley. Trying to upstage Ron "Opie" Howard. Even shooting a Superbowl beer commercial with Brad Pitt. At first, Barry's lazy eye and horn-rimmed glasses nearly derailed his career, getting him kicked off his first major film starring Paul Newman. Eventually, his "nerdy" look became his biggest asset, landing Barry a recurring role on Ozzie & Harriet and a regular part on My Three Sons. Fifty years later, Barry is still going strong--from the stage and small screen to to featured film roles opposite Adam Sandler and Robert Downey, Jr.. Like most Hollywood actors, Barry experienced some incredible highs and lows along the way, but he never gave up. "I've been around half a century," he affirms. "And I'm not going away." This is how one child star beat the odds and survived the dark side of the Hollywood dream factory--with charm, wit, determination. . .and big horn-rimmed glasses. This is The Importance of Being Ernie.

Barry Livingston has been a professional actor on stage and screen for more than fifty years. Best known for his role as "Ernie" on the long-running TV program, My Three Sons, Livingston continues to appear regularly in feature films and television shows. He is married with two children, and lives in Los Angeles.

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"This wryly told saga of a child star who miraculously avoided the crash-and-burn fate of so many of the once-famous. . . an engaging tale of the unusual life of a humorous, modest, and observant man. Barry Livingston delivers a frank and funny tale of TV, movies, and family life." --Brent Maddock, co-author of Tremors and Short Circuit

"For a child star, he's almost normal. This poor kid had to sit on William Frawley's lap; we're lucky he's not on a roof with a rifle. . .. Barry is one of those rare child stars who grew up to become an accomplished adult actor. Having logged fifty years in show business, working with everyone from Lucille Ball and Jack Benny to Brad Pitt and Robert Downey, Jr., he's got a great story to tell." --Paul Jackson, Producer Charmed and Sliders.

"I have known Barry Livingston since he was nine years old. He always made me laugh. Now he's kept me awake reading his wonderful autobiography. There's a lot of talent in those size eight shoes." --Gene Reynolds, director of TV's M.A.S.H.and Promised Land
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Chartered in 1813, Livingston was largely farmland for more than the first century of its existence. Throughout the 20th century, and especially following World War II, the town developed, the farmland transforming into homes and commerce. Capturing everyday scenes and turning points in the town’s past, Livingston chronicles the unique heritage of the community and the individuals who have worked together to help define it.

Chieftains bring Irish sound to New Jersey - Asbury Park Press

Instead of calling it a night last week in East Lansing, Michigan, after two hours of traditional Irish folk, the Chieftains extended their concert by a half hour. “It was our third night in a row playing a show,” Paddy Moloney said. “We had off the next day so we thought, ‘Why leave the stage. Moloney, 77, who formed the Chieftains 53 years ago, still has plenty of energy. “The music keeps me young,” Moloney explained while calling from Ann Arbor. “I love it. What am I going to retire to. I keep getting asked when I’m going to retire and I keep finding reasons to continue. I love being in the studio and I love performing. Every year we come to America in March and it’s the most wonderful time. In Lansing, more than 200 fans crashed the stage at the behest of Moloney. “It was glorious,” Moloney said. “We do this when we have a big enough stage. We’ve packed the stage when we’ve played Carnegie Hall. A dancer comes out and brings people up on stage. When we perform it’s a big party. The Chieftains, who have won six Grammy Awards and an Oscar for “Barry Lyndon” in 1975, are looking back at the 1916 rebellion in Ireland on its current tour. “We have some songs that focus on that uprising,” Moloney said. We’ll be doing ‘The Foggy Dew,’ which is what we recorded with Sinead O’Connor a few years ago (to mark the rebellion). We’ll be playing with some energy. Moloney and fellow original members, flautist Matt Molloy and drummer Kevin Conneff, continue to perform with verve. “I get a jolt just going out there with Matt and Kevin,” Moloney said. “We love performing. We have so many young dancers and musicians out with us. We get the adrenaline going from them. Performing with them is the easy part. The Chieftains, which will perform tonight at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, have released 43 studio albums. “It’s been such a pleasure spreading the word of traditional Irish music recording so much music,” Moloney said. “I grew up on Irish music during the ’50s and I just want as many people as possible to be touched by this music. The well-respected Chieftains, who have played with such icons as Mick Jagger, Willie Nelson and Luciano Pavarotti, are beloved by the musical community. “One of the highlights of my career was singing with the Chieftains,” Natalie Merchant said. “Who doesn’t love Paddy Moloney. Source: www.app.com

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  • Chieftains bring Irish sound to New Jersey

    03/09/16 ,via Asbury Park Press

    The Chieftains, who have won six Grammy Awards and an Oscar for “Barry Lyndon” in 1975, are looking back at the 1916 rebellion in Ireland on its current tour. “We have some WHERE: The State Theatre, 15 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. TICKETS: $35 

  • Working class highlighted through Smithsonian exhibit

    03/08/16 ,via Pensacola News Journal

    "We were able to get a grant from the Florida Humanities Council in order to bring this exhibit here," said Wen Livingston, senior librarian at the downtown West Florida Library Branch. "We've been working for over a year to be able to get everything

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RT @cazinocomde: Barry and Stanley Livingston (Interview) at Thunder Valley Casino Resort ... https://t.co/elAQwJpgtN https://t.co/bYZUWX… 03/09/16, @howiesilvers
The Barry Livingston Group "Bridges" CD release celebration Friday May 11, 9-1 pm. Hart @harthouseuoft at U. of T. We are happy! 03/04/16, @Paulsdrum
RT @Michiganography: 7 #Michigan counties are named for members of Pres. Andrew Jackson's cabinet: Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Eaton, … 03/04/16, @travelthemitten

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  • Patricia Barry

    02/29/16 ,via legacy.com

    Patricia Barry, 80 years old, and resident of Emigrant Montana ... She was a strong and valued supporter and volunteer of the Stafford Animal Shelter in Livingston, the Humane Society, and assisted with animal rescue. Patricia enjoyed the love of many ...

  • Clarkston State Bank Announces the Addition of Barry Boozan as SBA Lending Specialist

    03/07/16 ,via Financial Content

    Barry is working at the Waterford branch located at 6600 Highland ... opportunities in Oakland County as well as much of Southeast Michigan including Macomb, Livingston and Genesee counties.“ Clarkston State Bank opened in January 1999 and operates ...

  • Business groups honor Bulldog senior

    03/06/16 ,via Livingston Daily

    Wynn is the daughter of Barry Wynn and Nkrumah Johnson-Wynn ... “I think those are great qualities to recognize,” she added. Contact Livingston Daily business reporter Noe Hernandez at 517-552-2854 or nhernandez@livingstondaily.com.

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Barry Livingston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Barry Gordon Livingston (born December 17, 1953) is an American television and film actor, known for his role as Ernie Douglas on the television series My Three Sons.

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