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By Georgea Kovanis and Georgea Kovanis,Knight-Ridder News Service | April 5, 1995
Believe it or not, we've actually encountered someone who, um, uh, like, you know, thinks Kato Kaelin has a future in show business."I think he's a cute guy. He's a very gentle spirit. He seems a little humble. . . . I think Kato could probably be a good actor," says Kato Kaelin Global Fan Club President Cecelia DeVaughn of Toledo, Ohio.The fan club was organized last summer by a bunch of friends who were sitting around, talking about the Trial of the Century and Brian "Kato" Kaelin, O. J. Simpson trial witness and Houseguest of the Century.
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By Tamara Ikenberg | November 22, 1998
Who (or what) do you think is better qualified to predict events of the coming millennium?A. Kato KaelinB. A TV dinnerIf you answered B, you are right.If you answered A, you should pick up a copy of "Predictions for the Next Millennium."In their new book (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $18.95), sales and marketing guys David Kristof and Todd W. Nickerson, founders of the Millennium Committee of New York, felt the need to ask the pool boy turned pop curiosity what he thought lay ahead for humanity.
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By Tamara Ikenberg | November 22, 1998
Who (or what) do you think is better qualified to predict events of the coming millennium?A. Kato KaelinB. A TV dinnerIf you answered B, you are right.If you answered A, you should pick up a copy of "Predictions for the Next Millennium."In their new book (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $18.95), sales and marketing guys David Kristof and Todd W. Nickerson, founders of the Millennium Committee of New York, felt the need to ask the pool boy turned pop curiosity what he thought lay ahead for humanity.
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By DAVE BARRY | June 18, 1995
It's time for Part Two of my two-part series on the exciting, dramatic and -- above all -- tax-deductible Alaskan Adventure trip I took earlier this spring. As you recall, in Part One I recounted the events of my first day in Alaska, during which virtually nothing happened. This leads us to:Day Two -- I woke up in a nervous mood, because I knew this was the day that I would boldly leave the hotel altogether and -- armed with nothing stronger than Certs brand breath mints -- face a polar bear.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1995
From rock-and-rollers to longtime pop crooners, music infiltrates the lineup in several programs, and Barbara Walters has a conversation with Brian "Kato" Kaelin.* "One Life to Live" (2 p.m.-3 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Daytime alert! Durable rock star Little Richard plays himself and sings "Send Me Some Loving," "Tutti Frutti" and "Good Golly, Miss Molly" at the wedding of Bo and Nora (Robert S. Woods and Hillary B. Smith). ABC.* "Boy Meets World" (8:30 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- In a repeat from November, three real rock-and-rollers appear in an episode in which totally non-musical Cory and Shawn (Ben Savage and Rider Strong)
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By KEVIN COWHERD | June 12, 1995
A look at Kato Kaelin's diary:Monday, 10 a.m. -- My agent called today. And he's like: "I got you this gig, OK? It's this Poultry Festival in Kansas City. You dress up in this chicken costume, sign some autographs, pose )) for a few pictures. Two hours, max. It's good money, Kato."And I'm like: "No way! You want me to do that biker bar where the smoke shoots from the stage and the waitresses balance tequila shooters on their chests, fine. But I'm not dressing up in some stupid chicken costume."
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By ROGER SIMON | March 24, 1995
Good Roger sat at his desk writing a letter to Parris Glendening telling him not to feel bad about the new poll figures but to keep acting upon his own conscience.Good Roger is like that. A total dork.Bad Roger, meanwhile, was practicing his new walk. He would lurch a few steps forward, slide a few steps to the left, then lurch forward again."If you are practicing walking to the loony bin," Good Roger said, "don't worry: I'll drive you.""I am practicing my Kato walk," Bad Roger said. "Have you seen him walk into the courtroom?
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | June 6, 1995
Some four hours into the early morning gig, his famously frazzled mop even more Oster-ized than usual and his voice fading faster than a West Coast tan taken east, Kato Kaelin was given a couple of bottles of juice. One grapefruit, one orange.He didn't touch the O.J.Kato -- does even Marcia Clark call him "Mr. Kaelin?" -- apparently was serious about his self-imposed moratorium yesterday on any form of O.J. crossing his lips. In Baltimore to appear on 98 Rock's morning show, the former Simpson houseguest refused to talk about the murders that catapulted him into stardom.
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By David Kronke and David Kronke,Special to The Sun | May 27, 1995
Hermosa Beach, Calif. -- The idea of Kato Kaelin doing a stand-up comedy routine is funnier than his actually doing it.America's Houseguest, a less-than-conclusive witness in the O. J. Simpson trial, will open for veteran comic Louie Anderson in June in Las Vegas. He recently tested some of his material before a live audience for only the fourth time in his life. In the process, his Comedy and Magic Club appearance became the most bizarre collision between real life and pop culture since Bill Clinton wailed away on saxophone on "The Arsenio Hall Show."
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By DAVE BARRY | June 18, 1995
It's time for Part Two of my two-part series on the exciting, dramatic and -- above all -- tax-deductible Alaskan Adventure trip I took earlier this spring. As you recall, in Part One I recounted the events of my first day in Alaska, during which virtually nothing happened. This leads us to:Day Two -- I woke up in a nervous mood, because I knew this was the day that I would boldly leave the hotel altogether and -- armed with nothing stronger than Certs brand breath mints -- face a polar bear.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | June 12, 1995
A look at Kato Kaelin's diary:Monday, 10 a.m. -- My agent called today. And he's like: "I got you this gig, OK? It's this Poultry Festival in Kansas City. You dress up in this chicken costume, sign some autographs, pose )) for a few pictures. Two hours, max. It's good money, Kato."And I'm like: "No way! You want me to do that biker bar where the smoke shoots from the stage and the waitresses balance tequila shooters on their chests, fine. But I'm not dressing up in some stupid chicken costume."
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Sun Staff Writer | June 10, 1995
The hundreds of curiosity-seekers who went to see Brian "Kato" Kaelin on the Byrd, Marc & Lopez Morning Show on WIYY-FM (97.9) Monday generated more than $2,000 for the WBAL Radio Kid's Campaign.The former houseguest of O. J. Simpson's, whose witness-stand appearances were his ticket for coast-to-coast celebrity appearances, signed autographs during his on-air appearances at the Baja Beach Club, on T-shirts selling for $20 or $5 postcards printed by the station.The Kid's Campaign annually seeks donations of coats and shoes for needy children.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | June 6, 1995
Some four hours into the early morning gig, his famously frazzled mop even more Oster-ized than usual and his voice fading faster than a West Coast tan taken east, Kato Kaelin was given a couple of bottles of juice. One grapefruit, one orange.He didn't touch the O.J.Kato -- does even Marcia Clark call him "Mr. Kaelin?" -- apparently was serious about his self-imposed moratorium yesterday on any form of O.J. crossing his lips. In Baltimore to appear on 98 Rock's morning show, the former Simpson houseguest refused to talk about the murders that catapulted him into stardom.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1995
From rock-and-rollers to longtime pop crooners, music infiltrates the lineup in several programs, and Barbara Walters has a conversation with Brian "Kato" Kaelin.* "One Life to Live" (2 p.m.-3 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Daytime alert! Durable rock star Little Richard plays himself and sings "Send Me Some Loving," "Tutti Frutti" and "Good Golly, Miss Molly" at the wedding of Bo and Nora (Robert S. Woods and Hillary B. Smith). ABC.* "Boy Meets World" (8:30 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- In a repeat from November, three real rock-and-rollers appear in an episode in which totally non-musical Cory and Shawn (Ben Savage and Rider Strong)
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By David Kronke and David Kronke,Special to The Sun | May 27, 1995
Hermosa Beach, Calif. -- The idea of Kato Kaelin doing a stand-up comedy routine is funnier than his actually doing it.America's Houseguest, a less-than-conclusive witness in the O. J. Simpson trial, will open for veteran comic Louie Anderson in June in Las Vegas. He recently tested some of his material before a live audience for only the fourth time in his life. In the process, his Comedy and Magic Club appearance became the most bizarre collision between real life and pop culture since Bill Clinton wailed away on saxophone on "The Arsenio Hall Show."
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By Georgea Kovanis and Georgea Kovanis,Knight-Ridder News Service | April 5, 1995
Believe it or not, we've actually encountered someone who, um, uh, like, you know, thinks Kato Kaelin has a future in show business."I think he's a cute guy. He's a very gentle spirit. He seems a little humble. . . . I think Kato could probably be a good actor," says Kato Kaelin Global Fan Club President Cecelia DeVaughn of Toledo, Ohio.The fan club was organized last summer by a bunch of friends who were sitting around, talking about the Trial of the Century and Brian "Kato" Kaelin, O. J. Simpson trial witness and Houseguest of the Century.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Sun Staff Writer | June 10, 1995
The hundreds of curiosity-seekers who went to see Brian "Kato" Kaelin on the Byrd, Marc & Lopez Morning Show on WIYY-FM (97.9) Monday generated more than $2,000 for the WBAL Radio Kid's Campaign.The former houseguest of O. J. Simpson's, whose witness-stand appearances were his ticket for coast-to-coast celebrity appearances, signed autographs during his on-air appearances at the Baja Beach Club, on T-shirts selling for $20 or $5 postcards printed by the station.The Kid's Campaign annually seeks donations of coats and shoes for needy children.
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By Dan Berger | June 19, 1998
The tobacco deal went up in a puff of you-know-what. It pays to advertise.The economy in May was excellent, if they don't count that Asia fell off the map.If we can't milk the Susquehanna dry, the outward bound may have to recycle the parts of the Baltimore region that already have sewer and water.Starr will subpoena Kato Kaelin next. Nothing to do with the case, but he'll talk.Pub Date: 6/19/98
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By ROGER SIMON | March 24, 1995
Good Roger sat at his desk writing a letter to Parris Glendening telling him not to feel bad about the new poll figures but to keep acting upon his own conscience.Good Roger is like that. A total dork.Bad Roger, meanwhile, was practicing his new walk. He would lurch a few steps forward, slide a few steps to the left, then lurch forward again."If you are practicing walking to the loony bin," Good Roger said, "don't worry: I'll drive you.""I am practicing my Kato walk," Bad Roger said. "Have you seen him walk into the courtroom?
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