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Ask Brett: Set 08

27 March 2010 No Comment

Question: Hi Brett, Could you tell me what you hope to achieve in your career? What is your ultimate goal?

Brett: I hope to continue to make a living as an actor for the rest of my life. And my ultimate goal is to be able to produce and act in films and television and hopefully become economically self dependent.

Question: What is your wife’s stage name?

Brett: Michelle Little

Question: Hello Brett: I mailed you a fan letter some time ago by snail mail and was as active as possible in the “Save Legacy Campaign.” I would like to know what is on the horizon for you now? Can’t wait to see something new. I have Hired Heart on tape and ordered The Killing Jar from Amazon. I liked them both. Thanks for your continued best efforts as an actor and entertaining us.

Brett: I am trying to get a movie off the ground with my production company, the Yellow Rose, and that is looking favorable. And I’m also trying to get a job as an actor. And thanks for enjoying Hired Heart and The Killing Jar.

Question: Hi! Just wanted to know if you have any contact with the others in Young Riders? I’m 20 year old girl from Sweden, I grew up watching Young Riders! You were great as always!!

Brett: Yes, I see Steve Baldwin occasionally, but that’s about it.

Question: My name is Tina. I love the show Legacy — too bad it is not on anymore. I am your fan — you did awesome on Apollo 13. I will miss Legacy and other casts. You are welcome to e-mail me anytime. What is your next show or movie you will be in? How old is your daughter and what is her name?

Brett: I don’t know exactly yet. I will let you know through the web site as soon as my next job comes along. And my daughter is four.

Question: Hey, Brett! Thank you so much for starring in “Legacy!” I love that series, and it was sad to see it get cancelled. I was wondering, are you friends with Ron Melendez outside of “Legacy?”

Brett: Yes, Ron and I are still remain to be close friends and I’ll have him email you!

Question: You where nice enough to answer a few questions for me in an online chat in April…thanks for making a nervous fan relaxed…would just like to know if you plan on doing a western in the near future…my husband and I love a really good western (John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Gary Cooper)…the westerns seem so long in coming…please tell me “yes”

Brett: I hope to produce a western that I would also act in that I think you and you husband would love very much.

Question: Your work with Legacy was WONDERFUL, I’m sure many fans have told you how much Legacy is missed and very sadden to see it was not given the chance it well deserved! I think it was a HIT and if given the right chance would have been around many seasons. But now that is “water under the bridge.” (I’m very glad UPN is airing the last 4 in July). I will remain a fan of yours, I’m excited to see where your career goes and what you will be seen in next. I would like to hear your feeling and the cast about the cancellation of Legacy. I was overwhelmed by the outpour from Legacy fans and now would like to hear how the cast felt?

Brett: I think I can speak for the cast and myself that we were all very disappointed about the cancellation of “Legacy.” And we were also very overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from our Legacy fans.

Question: What are you doing with “Legacy” being cancelled? Are you focusing on the production company, taking a break or lining up an acting offer?

Brett: I am focusing on my production company, working on my golf game and working on getting another acting job!

Question: What would you recommend for golf clubs for women? I’m using wooden clubs, and if I get serious I’ll have to switch. I played last week for the first time since last summer and I was hitting great. I can hit straight all the way down the fairway, probably because I play a lot of tennis. Anyway, I hit the best round I ever had in my life so now I want to try to spend more time with golf. I play volleyball and tennis so it’s just hard to fit it in, but to get more serious with it I’ll definitely have to switch to more technically-advanced clubs.

Brett: If you are serious about playing the game of golf I would go out and find a good set of clubs, like Ping or Titleist or Big Berthas. And then I would actually spend some serious time in the driving range…to really learn how to play the game, one must practice!

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