#85: Actor/Filmmaker Jackson Bostwick and Author Mari Adkins

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Mari Adkins grew up in the foothills of southeastern Kentucky. Her poetry and other writing has appeared in the e-zine “Whispers of a Stone Circle”, Aegri Somnia, the e-zines associated with the defunct 3Sides Literary Agency, and in “Apex Online.” Mari is a member of the Toasted Cheese online writing community. You can visit her website and blog at http://mariadkins.com.

Jackson Bostwick has starred in or been featured in a large number of films, among them Walt Disney’s “Tron” and “Gus.” Also, “The Hughes Mystery,” in which he starred opposite Broderick Crawford and Cameron Mitchell; “Escape from DS-3” and “The Killing’s at Outpost Zeta” for Anne Spielberg (Steven’s sister); “The Prey with Jackie Coogan;” “A Matter of Honor;” “Mutant Species” with Wilfred Brimley and Powers Booth; and others. In television he has appeared on “The Red Skelton Show” with Mr. Skelton and Audrey Meadows; the pilot for “Funny Face” starring Sandy Duncan, directed by Jerry Paris; and Walt Disney’s “Secret of Lost Valley” with Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobles, directed by Vic Morrow, among others. He has appeared on stage with Dorothy McGuire in “Sweet Bird of Youth” (Tom Jr.) with Alex Segal directing. And won the Drama Logue’s acting award for his portrayal of Mike in “The Philadelphia Story.” Mr. Bostwick produced, wrote, starred in, and directed, “Southern Fried Shakespeare (in the 25th century),” the 1991 Gold Medal winning short at Worldfest Houston. He is best recognized for his role starring as Captain Marvel in the #1 CBS Saturday morning television show, “Shazam!” (1974-80).
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