The result is the famous shower scene where Duffy's character, "Bobby Ewing", returns from the dead and says "Good Morning" to his TV wife, played by Victoria Principal.Principal did not know that Duffy was returning to the show until she saw that cliffhanger on TV, and then phoned him.Because I have nothing but 100% appreciation and love for not only him as a person but for what he did that created the rest of my life. [on Barbara Bel Geddes] When Barbara joined the cast of Dallas (1978), as Miss Ellie, I considered her to be like Helen Hayes, Katharine Cornell and Ethel Barrymore--a real "name" in American theater. It was remarkable, her ordinariness despite that pedigree. People related to her because she was the epitome of compassion despite her own pain. She cussed like a muleskinner, and she really liked to have her drinks.
To write a book would be going against how I've lived. Patrick's Day] Good luck happens to people who work hard for it.Youngest of 2 children, and only son born to Terrence and Marie Duffy.Patrick was born in Montana, where his parents owned local taverns, and raised in Everett, Washington, since age 12.Carlyn introduced Patrick to Buddhism, which he has practiced for the past 30 years. They then moved to New York, where Patrick appeared in Off-Broadway plays, and supported himself and his wife by working as a carpenter.
The couple then moved to Hollywood, where he drove a florist's delivery truck, and landed small roles in film and television. In 1976, Patrick was working as a house painter when he landed the role of "Mark Harris" in the TV series Man from Atlantis (1977).
Someone like Leonard Katzman, who had been in the business as long as he had, recognized that stroke of fortune and luck.