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Best known as “Lacey Underall” in CADDYSHACK, and “Yori” in TRON, Cindy Morgan was born Cynthia Ann Cichorski on September 29 in Chicago, Ill, not far from Wrigley field. The daughter of a Polish factory worker and German mother, Cindy survived 12 years of Catholic school and was the first in her family to attend college.
While studying communications at Northern Illinois University, Cindy spun records on the radio. A commercial station in town wanted her to report the news for them as well, and so a slight deception was needed. She used the name Cindy Morgan, taken from a story Cindy read about Morgan le Fay when she was twelve years old.
After graduation, Cindy gave all the latest meteorological news on a TV station in Rockford, Ill. She also kept her hand in radio by working the graveyard shift at a local rock station. Then she returned to Chicago and deejayed on WSDM (now WLUP). During a labor dispute at the station, she literally quit on the air and walked out with a record still spinning on the turntable.
She found employment at auto shows for Fiat, which took her to both coasts. Cindy moved to Los Angeles in 1978, and became the Irish Spring girl. While she did TV commercials, she studied acting, and was rewarded with her first screen role in CADDYSHACK, playing the role of Lacey Underall.
Disney made film history with TRON, the first computer-generated film. Cindy played two characters: Lora, a compute programmer in the “real” world, and Yori, her alter-ego in the film’s computer generated flights of imagination.
Cindy Morgan’s television credits to date include “Falconcrest”, “The Larry Sanders Show”, “Amazing Stories” and “Bring ‘Em Back Alive”.
Cindy also associate-produced five films with Larry Estes, best known for “Sex, Lies and Videotape”.
Join WOKV's Matt Augustine and hosts John Phillips and Rashad Jennings as they discuss aspects of employment law, the upcoming Jaguars season, and the Caddyshack Golf Tournament.
Sports and movies go hand-in-hand. Some of Hollywood's best efforts are often centered around the arena of athletics. Hosts Joe and Justin will go over their favorite sports movies on Episode 136 of The Joe Mays and J-Raff Show. Share your thoughts on twitter by tweeting @JoeMaysAndJRaff!
After a week off, DME is back and in PRIME TIME BABAAAAAY! This week, the guys talk Raw, Legends House, NXT Takeover, Payback, Bareback, Ryback, Hunchbacks, Knick Knack Paddywhacks, Caddyshack, Rodney Mack, Guys named Jack, Straight Up Crack (but not really), and more! PLUS, Bethany returns for a 1 on 1 GMW, Mark the Disembodied Voice is back from his secret mission and your calls? If they feel like it. Don't miss out on The Dark Main Event! LIVE. IN PRIME TIME.
On this BEST OF episode of The Wheelhouse: Bower and The Sweet Nasty" Chris Cause welcome CINDY MORGAN who played LACEY UNDERALL in CADDYSHACK to wrap up CADDYSHACK WEEK on the show! We talk with Cindy about what it was like filming the movie, what CADDYSHACK means to her, what it was like being on the SET and so much more in an AWESOME INTERVIEW! This is a MUST LISTEN for any CADDYSHACK FAN!
Harold Allen Ramis (November 21, 1944 – February 24, 2014) was an American actor, director, and writer specializing in comedy. His best-known film acting roles are as Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters (1984) and Russell Ziskey in Stripes (1981); he also co-wrote both movies. As a writer-director, his films include the comedies Caddyshack (1980), National Lampoon's Vacation (1983), Groundhog Day (1993), and Analyze This (1999). Ramis was the original head writer of the television series SCTV (in which he also performed), and one of three screenwriters for the film National Lampoon's Animal House (1978).
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The Shriners are more than just partiers with funny hats. For decades they have been raising and donating money to children that have serious health issues.
For that reason we feel that their efforts to raise funds using golf as a vehicle is worth hearing about. The golf and Shriner partnership is a hand in glove arrangement and combine that with the Cactus Tour ladies and you have a fit that works. www.ShrinersGolf.com
In contrast, The Care Fund is a relatively new charity. We're just starting our second year, but already have raised nearly $600,000 to help families with critically ill children meet their housing (rent and mortgage) expenses while they spend countless days and nights at their child's bedside in a hospital. It provides them a much-needed financial helping hand and peace of mind so they don't have to worry about keeping a roof over their heads while they are dealing with the life and death drama facing their child.
The Care Fund is hosting its first golf tournament The Care Fund 2014 Caddyshack Golf Classic on May 10 at McCormick Ranch. We will have a representative of the event as a guest tonight as well.
We hope you can join us.
Forgive us if the sound quality of this week’s show is a little shaky … With missed flights and broken laptops, it’s amazing we managed to get a new show produced this week at all (and closer to our usual Monday release than the past two weeks).
From the stumbling opening, to the less than elegant closing, your friends in podcasting are flying without a net this week. There’s no chance to edit or smooth out the audio levels.
The conversation is classic Chillpak, however, touching on topics ranging from the death of Harold Ramis to the careers of Boris Karloff and Preston Sturgess, from deadly on-set accidents to the difference between “victims” and survivors”, from Dean’s road trip with Billy Dee Williams to how the Oscar nominees for best picture rate in terms of their roles for women.
Don’t delay, enjoy YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour NOW!
For this episode we feature my interview with Cindy Morgan, who is best known to fans of Tron as Yori. During this 30-plus minute interview, Cindy talks about Tron, reveals her thoughts on the pending sequel Tron Legacy, and also chats about her transition from a DJ into a movie actress that led to her first role in the movie Caddyshack.
The FantasyJAM Team disucss the Top Sports Movies of All-Time. Where will they rank the greats like Moneyball, Bad News Bears, Caddyshack, and Remember the Titans.
Week 2 of the Fantasy Preview... This week the NFC East. Dallas- Is Tony Romo a better Fantasy QB than a NFL Qb? Philadelphia- What will Chip Kelly bring to the Eagle offense? Washington- Will RGIII have a stellar Sophomore season? NY Giants- How many Salsa dances will Victor Cruz dance in 2013?
Fantasy Baseball Update- How does the FantasyJAM Baseball Challenge Look?
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Rocco Gioffre is a visual effects matte painting as an assistant matte painter to an Oscar winning artist, Matthew Yuricich at the age of 18 on Close Encounters of the Third Kind. In the next few years he continued to work as a matte artist for Doug Trumbull and company on Star Trek: The Motion Picture and then on Blade Runner all 3 films were AMPAS VFX nominees. In 1979 was a cofounder and partner of Dream Quest Images, a company that created visual effects for feature films and television. I was in charge of the matte painting department there and created matte paintings on such films as Caddyshack, National Lampoon's Vacation (Walley World) , and Gremlins to name a few. He left Dream Quest in 1986 and continued as a freelance matte artist and visual effects creator on "Robocop", Dances with Wolves, City Slickers, Hook, Cliffhanger and many others. In 1997 finally transitioned to digital painting and was the matte painting supervisor on What Dreams May Come for POP Film & Animation. Continued at POP/ROIT effects ... Mystery Men, The Scorpion King, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. In 2002 partnered in a new company Svegali FX and starting with Garden State contributed digital environments and matte paintings for films including The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Apocalypto, Eragon, I Am Legend, Watchmen, and Star Trek. In 2009 returned to freelance status and have since created matte paintings for Captain America: The First Avenger, Life of Pi and recently Twelve Years a Slave and This Is the End. He's currently doing matte paintings for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
One of our favorite guests returns as we celebrate five years on Blog Talk Radio.
Since we last talked to actress Cindy Morgan, she has been in high demand on the festival circuit, and just returned from a speaking engagement to Australia.
The star of "Caddyshack" and "Tron" will update us about her whirlwind of a year and take some calls.