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February 8, 2013

Laura asks…

Names of actors or actresses who love to play golf?

I need the names of celebrities, that are not PGA pro, who love to play golf. Thanks!

Administrator answers:

Hollywood’s Top 100
Golf Digest
December 2005

1. Dennis Quaid 1.1 Improved from 4.5 to 1.1 in four months
2. Thomas Gibson 4.3 “Dharma and Greg” to “Criminal Minds”
T3. Matt Craven 4.5 Recent role: “Assault on Precinct 13″
T3. Tom Dreesen 4.5 Comedian hosted for ill David Letterman
T3. Chris O’Donnell 4.5 “Scent of a Woman” and “Robin”
6. Samuel L. Jackson 4.9 Most improved since our 2001 rankings
7. Randy Quaid 5.9 Working a lot, not playing much golf
8. Craig T. Nelson 6.9 Shows in syndication; more time to play
T9. Mark Wahlberg 7.0 One of the few celebs at Wilshire C.C.
T9. Hugh Grant 7 Member at one of U.K.’s best: Sunningdale
11. Jack Wagner 1.0 Why not No. 1? Soap star says he’s a 10.
12. Kevin Sorbo 7.2 “Hercules” and “Andromeda”
13. Kevin Dillon 7.3 Matt’s brother stars in HBO’s “Entourage”
14. Luke Wilson 7.4 Plays at Bel-Air with Pete Sampras
15. Bill Murray 7.5 Pebble fave keeps Index on East Coast
16. William Devane 7.6 “Knots Landing” star an AT&T regular
T17. Bruce McGill 7.8 D-Day in “Animal House”
T17. Aidan Quinn 7.8 Harry Vardon in ’04 Bobby Jones film
T19. Peter Gallagher 8.0 Plays often, but focused on “The OC”
T19. Matthew McConaughey 8.0 With Pacino in “Two For the Money”
21. Don Johnson 8.1 Latest TV show was “Just Legal”
22. Kyle MacLachlan 9.0 “Twin Peaks” guy plays in Dunhill Links
23. Andy Garcia 9.1 Won AT&T with Paul Stankowski in ’97
24. Kurt Russell 9.2 Herb Brooks in “Miracle” plays in Hope
25. Greg Kinnear 9.8 “Stuck on You” co-star playing a lot
T26. Joel Gretsch 10 Bobby Jones in “Bagger Vance”
T26. Richard Karn 10 Al in “Home Improvement”
T26. Richard Kind 10 “Spin City” alum; hangs with Clooney
T26. Scott Wolf 10 “Party of Five” to “Everwood”
30. Robert Wagner 10.1 Bel-Air mainstay still making movies
31. Kevin Costner 10.8 Turned 50 in January; Champions Tour?
32. James Caan 10.9 Godfather’s “Sonny” now on “Las Vegas”
33. Eric Close 11.2 Stars on CBS drama “Without a Trace”
T34. David James Elliott 12 Carl the moving guy in “Seinfeld” and “Jag”
T34. John O’Hurley 12 “Peterman” is “Dancing With the Stars”
T34. Tea Leoni 12 With Jim Carrey in “Fun With Dick and Jane”
T34. Sylvester Stallone 12 Plays often at MountainGate in L.A.
38. Jack Nicholson 12.2 Top name in upcoming Scorsese film
39. Ray Romano 12.6 With “Raymond” over, game improving
40. Dennis Farina 13.2 “Law & Order” star
41. Clint Eastwood 13.5 At age 75 he’s working, not playing
42. Larry David 13.6 “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star loves golf
T43. Michael Chiklis 14 Won Emmy in ’02 for “The Shield”
T43. Cheryl Ladd 14.0 Charlie’s Angel wrote book about golf
45. George Lopez 14.2 A hit on ABC and with AT&T galleries
T46. Peter Falk 14.3 Columbo is 78, still making movies
T46. Joe Pesci 14.3 Plays most rounds at Lakeside
T48. Cheech Marin 14.4 Costner’s caddie in “Tin Cup”
T48. Peter Weller 14.4 RoboCop plays often at Riviera
50. Haley Joel Osment 14.8 “The Sixth Sense” kid now 17 years old
51. Michael Douglas 14.9 Monty’s partner in ’05 Dunhill Links win
T52. Dennis Franz 15.0 Det. Andy Sipowicz on “NYPD Blue”
T52. Will Smith 15.0 Friends say he’s better than a 15
54. Dennis Haysbert 15.2 “24″ president would play Bush even
T55. Malcolm McDowell 16 O.B. Keeler in Bobby Jones movie
T55. Kevin Nealon 16 Former “SNL” regular on “Weeds”
T55. Adam Sandler 16 Plays in Sony Open pro-am in Hawaii
T55. Martin Sheen 16 “The West Wing” president
59. Robert Loggia 16.8 Boss Frank Lopez in “Scarface”
60. Keith Carradine 17.5 Half-brother of David (“Kung Fu”)
T61. Sean Connery 17.9 Keeps handicap at Lyford Cay in Bahamas
T61. Kevin James 17.9 “King of Queens” out at Bel-Air, in at El Cab
T63. Michael Keaton 18 “Mr. Mom” and “Batman”
T63. Judd Nelson 18 “Breakfast Club” bad boy
T63. Michael O’Keefe 18 Danny Noonan in “Caddyshack”
66. Dennis Hopper 18.1 Friend of tour player Tommy Armour III
67. James Woods 19.1 Made hole-in-one in Bel-Air tournament
T68. Don Cheadle 20 Oscar nominee for “Hotel Rwanda”
T68. Christopher McDonald 20 Shooter McGavin in “Happy Gilmore”
T68. Eugene Levy 20 “American Pie” dad; “Best in Show”
71. Paul Michael Glaser 20.2 Starsky chairs Pediatric-AIDS event
72. Mike Connors 20.4 Mannix turned 80 this year
73. Tom Poston 20.7 Steve Allen show; made first ace at 80
T74. George Hamilton 22 Tanned while playing with Pres. Clinton
T74. Gary Sinise 22 “CSI: NY” lead played in AT&T in ’05
T76. Joe Mantegna 23 “Joan of Arcadia” star working on films
T76. Andy Richter 23 Former Conan sidekick now acting
T76. Richard Schiff 23 Won Emmy for “The West Wing”
79. Mel Gibson 23.6 Sherwood member rarely breaks 100
80. Catherine Zeta-Jones 24 Plays with hubby Douglas, often in Bermuda
T81. Chevy Chase 25 Cult hero of greatest golf movie ever
T81. George Clooney 25 Plays rarely and doesn’t talk about it
T81. Kelsey Grammer 25 Frasier once beaned a woman with a shot
T81. Arnold Schwarzenegger 25 Governator has playing privileges all over
85. Tim Allen 30.4 Hasn’t posted sub-100 score since ’98
T86. Billy Crystal 36.0 Member at Riviera; plays infrequently
T86. Russell Crowe 36* “Gladiator” star joined Australian club
T86. Cameron Diaz 36* Boyfriend Timberlake got her into game
T86. Brad Garrett 36* “Raymond” TV brother can’t break 100
T86. Patricia Heaton 36* “Raymond” TV wife now hooked on golf
T86. Ben Stiller 36* “Meet the Parents” star interested in lessons
T86. Nicole Kidman 36* Spotted at Royal Sydney in Australia
T86. Pierce Brosnan 36* “Bond” star has played in Malibu, Hawaii
T86. Matt Damon 36* Doesn’t play well or often
T86. Heather Locklear 36* Plays in Michael Douglas’ event
T86. Dennis Miller 36* Struggled in Lake Tahoe celeb event
T86. David Spade 36* Has shown a little interest in the game
T86. Sharon Stone 36* Got her clubs from Callaway Golf
T86. Bruce Willis 36* Likes to hit balls off back porch in L.A.
100. Tom Cruise 36+** Never seen anymore at Bel-Air C.C.

Carol asks…

why have 3d tv manufacturers opted for alternate frame sequencing rather than the polarised image method?

I was wondering why they have chosen one over the other. the benefits of one over the other. Not knowing much about the technology all i gather is that glasses will cost $100+ rather than the cheaper polarised alternative.

Administrator answers:

That is a good question and I have thought of that as well. Polarized 3d tv’s do exist. I saw one for sale online some where but don’t remember where. It was from some company I had not heard of. Anyway I have heard some people say shutter glasses are used so companies can charge more money to make a better profit, but that is not always the case in items that cost more to make. If it costs more to make then the company can still only make as much profit on it as they would on the cheaper produce. If they charge $150 for it but it costs $135 to make, and the cheaper product costs $5 to make and they sell it for $20 then how is that different. $15 profit on both. It could be they make more profit on the more expensive but how do we know that.

I think their main thinking is resolution. To use polarized 3d you have to have a kind of coating on the screen so all even numbered horizontal lines give one light wave and all odd numbered horizontal lines give the other light wave. The one lens blocks half the other horizontal lines used to create the image for the other eye. So one eye only sees half the lines of the screen, you loose resolution. With frame sequential when the one lens opens you can use all the lines for its images because the other lens is closed, you get full resolution.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas USA about 1 or 2 months ago, JVC did have a polarized 3d tv on display that they were planning on releasing within a year, so at least one polarized 3d tv will be available.

As a side note, 3d for televisions have pretty much always used field sequential. I had a field sequential converter box back in the early 1990′s that worked with the old tube televisions. All you could get then that I know of was the vcr tapes in field sequential. Never heard of polarized 3d tv’s back then, even though polarized 3d had been around for many years at that point as well.

Mary asks…

What are the list of all the Johnny Depp appears in?

Besides Sweeney Todd,Sleepy Hollow,Edward Scissorhands,A Nightmare on Elm Street (yes hes in it)and Charlie and the Choc. Factory.

Administrator answers:

Sin City 3 (2012) (in production) (rumored) …. Wallace
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) (announced) …. Jack Sparrow
The Tourist (2011) (pre-production) (rumored)
Rango (2011) (post-production) (voice) …. Rango
The Rum Diary (2010) (post-production) …. Paul Kemp
Alice in Wonderland (2010) (post-production) …. The Mad Hatter

Public Enemies (2009) …. John Dillinger
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) …. Tony (1st transformation)
… Aka L’Imaginarium du Docteur Parnassus (France)
“SpongeBob SquarePants” …. Jack Kahuna Laguna (1 episode, 2009)
… Aka SpongeBob (USA: short title)
– SpongeBob vs. The Big One (2009) TV episode (voice) …. Jack Kahuna Laguna
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) …. Sweeney Todd
… Aka Sweeney Todd (USA: short title)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007) …. Jack Sparrow
… Aka P.O.T.C. 3 (USA: promotional abbreviation)
… Aka Pirates 3 (USA: informal short title)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006) …. Jack Sparrow
… Aka P.O.T.C. 2 (USA: promotional abbreviation)
… Aka Pirates 2 (USA: informal short title)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow (2006) (VG) (voice) …. Jack Sparrow
Corpse Bride (2005) (voice) …. Victor Van Dort
… Aka Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (Singapore: English title) (USA: complete title)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) …. Willy Wonka
… Aka Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The IMAX Experience (USA: IMAX version)
The Libertine (2004) …. Rochester
Finding Neverland (2004) …. Sir James Matthew Barrie
Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d’enfants (2004) …. L’inconnu
… Aka …And They Lived Happily Ever After (International: English title)
… Aka Happily Ever After (USA: DVD title)
“King of the Hill” …. Yogi Victor (1 episode, 2004)
– Hank’s Back (2004) TV episode (voice) …. Yogi Victor
Secret Window (2004) …. Mort Rainey
Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) …. Sands
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) …. Jack Sparrow
… Aka P.O.T.C. (USA: promotional abbreviation)
From Hell (2001) …. Inspector Frederick Abberline
Blow (2001) …. George Jung
“The Fast Show” …. Customer in suit store (1 episode, 2000)
… Aka Brilliant! (USA: cable TV title)
– The Last Ever Fast Show (2000) TV episode …. Customer in suit store
Chocolat (2000) …. Roux
Before Night Falls (2000) …. Bon Bon / Lieutenant Victor
… Aka Antes que anochezca (USA: Spanish title)
The Man Who Cried (2000) …. Cesar
… Aka The man who cried – Les larmes d’un homme (France)

Sleepy Hollow (1999) …. Ichabod Crane
… Aka Sleepy Hollow (Germany)
… Aka Sleepy Hollow – Köpfe werden rollen (Germany: TV title)
The Astronaut’s Wife (1999) …. Commander Spencer Armacost
The Ninth Gate (1999) …. Dean Corso
… Aka La neuvième porte (France)
… Aka La novena puerta (Spain)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) …. Raoul Duke
The Brave (1997) …. Raphael
Donnie Brasco (1997) …. Donnie Brasco / Joseph D. ‘Joe’ Pistone
Nick of Time (1995) …. Gene Watson
Dead Man (1995) …. William Blake
… Aka Dead Man (Germany)
… Aka Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man (USA: complete title)
Don Juan DeMarco (1994) …. Don Juan
Ed Wood (1994) …. Ed Wood
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) …. Gilbert Grape
Benny & Joon (1993) …. Sam
Arizona Dream (1993) …. Axel Blackmar
… Aka Arizona Dream (France)
… Aka The Arrowtooth Waltz
Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) (as Oprah Noodlemantra) …. Guy on TV
… Aka A Nightmare on Elm Street 6: Freddy’s Dead – The Final Nightmare (Australia: DVD box title)
… Aka A Nightmare on Elm Street 6: The Dream Lover (USA: alternative title)
Edward Scissorhands (1990) …. Edward Scissorhands
“21 Jump Street” …. Officer Tom Hanson (69 episodes, 1987-1990)
– Blackout (1990) TV episode …. Officer Tom Hanson
– How I Saved the Senator (1990) TV episode …. Officer Tom Hanson
– Last Chance High (1990) TV episode …. Officer Tom Hanson
– La Bizca (1990) TV episode …. Officer Tom Hanson
– Awomp-Bomp-Aloobomb, Aloop Bamboom (1990) TV episode …. Officer Tom Hanson
(64 more)
Cry-Baby (1990) …. Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker

“Hotel” …. Rob Cameron (1 episode, 1987)
… Aka Arthur Hailey’s Hotel
– Unfinished Business (1987) TV episode …. Rob Cameron
Platoon (1986) …. Lerner
Slow Burn (1986) (TV) …. Donnie Fleischer
“Lady Blue” …. Lionel Viland (1 episode, 1985)
– Beasts of Prey (1985) TV episode …. Lionel Viland
Private Resort (1985) …. Jack
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) …. Glen Lantz

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