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Erin Gray

September 7, 2010 by Post Team 

Erin Gray, Erin Gray left his mark on Hollywood history for more than two decades, playing memorable roles as Colonel Wilma Deering in Buck Rogers in the 25th century ‘and Kate’ silver spoons in front Schroeder ‘Rick (back when it was still known as “Ricky”). But the actress was not content to sit back and collect royalties. Erin Gray combined his own celebrity, red carpet experience with a good head for business to found the company of the Heroes for Hire, which helps clients navigate the complicated world of celebrity appearances convention.

According to CNN, the roles of the decrease in 40-something actresses that prompted her to pursue a different career. “As an actress for 40 years to reach their mid to late and the number of features will not be there and still have children in private schools, there came a time when I hit bottom and I was desperate to get a job,” said Gray. “Understanding that is a model and actress all my life since the age of 15 years, he had the qualities to get a normal job, I do not want. I could not see in a corporate environment under the rule of the warlords.”

So Erin Gray became the master and the business is growing. She represents clients 35 celebrities and helps them to make appearances at conventions of major fans, like the recent Dragon * Con in Atlanta, contributing more than 35,000 fans eager to meet their favorite heroes.

A history of success for the small screen heartthrob earlier. Do fans own Erin Gray ex trying to get her attention while she’s at work? Probably only a handful since his time in the media attention has long since passed. Fortunately, since she will be busy discussing a new stable of celebrities hot. At least it is familiar territory!

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