Last Updated: 12 August 2002
Information on Richard's episode of "Love & War"
[12 Aug 02] *** Catch Richard's "Judging Amy" episodes in summer reruns *** -- "The Justice League of America" to repeat Tuesday, August 13th at 10pm Eastern on CBS. (Look for "Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition" on or around September 17th, unless the new season starts before that date). Richard appears in two of the current season's episodes of the hit CBS drama, playing the part of Judge Amy Gray's (Amy Brenneman) ex-husband, Michael Cassidy.
** Fall 2002 Season Premieres announced by CBS ** -- The CBS website at http://www.cbs.com/ has been updated with information on the new Fall 2002 season, including a page of premiere dates and times for new and returning shows. "Judging Amy" is presently slated to remain in its 10:00pm ET/PT berth on Tuesday nights, with the Fall 2002 season set to premiere on October 1st. At present there is a scheduling conflict on the CBS website -- the "Judging Amy" home-page lists a 10:00pm ET/PT airtime for the premiere, while the CBS general show listing has "Judging Amy" premiering at 9:00pm ET/PT. Hopefully this confusing situation will clear up as the Fall 2002 season gets closer.
At present, we do not know if Richard has been called back for the Fall 2002 premiere episode, though we are certainly expecting him to return as Michael Cassidy.
Richard's episodes so far:
"Judging Amy" is currently airing on Tuesday nights at 10:00pm ET/PT.
According to the CBS website, "'Judging Amy' is a drama starring Amy Brenneman ('NYPD Blue') as a single mother who has left New York behind and become a family court judge in Hartford, Connecticut. Recently divorced and raising her young daughter Lauren (Karle Warren), Judge Amy Gray has moved in with her very opinionated mother, Maxine (Tyne Daly); re-established a friendship with her free-spirited brother, Vincent (Dan Futterman); her older brother, Peter (Marcus Giamatti), and his wife, Gillian (Jessica Tuck), and is continuing to make her fresh start work. Assisting Amy in the courtroom are her court services officer, Bruce Van Exel (Richard T. Jones) and her overeager court clerk, Donna Kozlowski-Pant (Jillian Armenante). 'Judging Amy,' based on the real-life story of Brenneman's mother, is about three generations of women living together as they confront the personal and professional dilemmas in their changing challenging lives."
To learn more about "Judging Amy," visit the show's homepage at the CBS website: http://www.cbs.com/primetime/judging_amy/
Don't forget to use the CBS site's feedback option to tell them how much you enjoyed seeing Richard on "Judging Amy."
(Thanks to Kat for the info, and to Erin for the screen-grabs)
[12 August 02] *** Richard's episode of "Providence" airs this week in the UK *** -- Viewers in the UK can catch Richard as anthropologist Dr. J. D. Scanlon when "The Apartment" airs on the Hallmark channel this week. (We are unsure of the exact airdate, as our information lists both Thursday and August 17th -- Thursday is the 15th, and the 17th is Saturday). As always, we recommend you check your local listings to be sure.
"The Apartment" originally aired on February 11th, 2000, as part of the NBC drama's second season. Richard's J.D. Scanlon is series lead Dr. Sydney (Melina Kanakaredes) Hansen's would-be love interest and new mentor. Syd meets the charming and confident Dr. Scanlon when she moves -- temporarily, at least -- into a new apartment. J.D. is an anthropologist on sabbatical from his position as university professor, just returned from a field study in Africa. He helps Syd move into her new apartment and begins to woo her. Unfortunately, real life follows Syd in the form of her family -- a medical crisis of sorts disrupts a romantic tryst and J.D. decides Syd needs to cut her family ties.
Syd is half-convinced until she realizes that for all his commentary on independence and leaving one's family, J.D. is just as tied to his family -- the one he has joined in the apartment house -- as she is to hers, and that his is more like her own that he thinks. She packs up and heads for home, leaving J.D. to contend with his own de facto family.
[12 Aug 02] *** RBFC Charity Raffle in honor of Richard Burgi's birthday ***-- The RBFC Birthday Charity Raffle is now closed. After a slow start, the Raffle gained considerable ground with proceeds totaling $1,105.00 by the July 15th cutoff date. Though raffle entries had to be in by July 15th to qualify, donations in honor of Richard's birthday were to be accepted through the end of July for inclusion in the Raffle total. The final amount raised by the raffle and related donations was $1153.80, which was turned over to the Friends of the Sea Lion Marine Mammal Center (FSLMMC) in Richard's name.
The RBFC offered a replica of the "Four Point Shot" Cascade PD basketball jersey (pictured above) and an 8x10 photo of Richard, both signed by Richard Burgi, in a raffle open to all Sentinel and Burgi fans. Raffle chances cost US$5 each.
The winning RBFC Charity Raffle contestants are:
(Thanks to Steffi Pollok and Kat Cole for the images of Richard Burgi and the Jersey)
[12 Aug 02] *** No sign yet of the long-awaited celebrity yoga feature on "Inside Edition" *** -- Filmed on April 19th, Richard is featured as one of the celebrities who practice yoga. The piece focuses on Brenda Strom (we apologise for any misspelling). "Inside Edition" is a half-hour news show "now in its 14th season as television's longest-running, top-rated and most-honored syndicated newsmagazine series." Hosted by Deborah Norville, the King World syndicated show airs across the United States in a variety of timeslots.
Check local listings for air times and channels. (A list of affiliates can be found at the Inside Edition website -- www.insideedition.com )
(Thanks to Richard and Kat for the info)
[12 Aug 02] *** The cast of "Johnny on the Spot" performed its Los Angeles finale on Saturday, Juy 20th, ending an eight-week run at the Matrix Theatre *** -- Richard played two credited roles -- Fred and Sy -- and one uncredited (the doctor) in the Neil Landau-written "comedy-drama about the fear of responsibility and missed opportunities as a young man journeys through the past, present and future."
Directed by Jules Aaron, the play was staged at the Matrix Theatre, located at 7657 Melrose Avenue in Hollywood. "Johnny on the Spot" (JOTS) ran from Saturday, May 25th through Saturday, July 20th, with four shows per week -- Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm. During its eight-week run, JOTS garnered its fair share of critical acclaim, including Los Angeles Times Critics' Choice, where the Theater Beat review titled "Johnny Takes a Seriocomic Journey to Maturity," (by David C. Nichols) included the words "inspired," "superb," and "immensely satisfying," with the cast described as "wonderful."
** Did you enjoy "Johnny on the Spot"? Then let the producers know! ** -- With the Los Angeles run of JOTS now over, the folks at JOTS Productions would like to take the play across the country. Postcards and notes from pleased playgoers and appreciative attendees could prove to be of assistance with interested theatre companies, so take a few minutes to write the producers of "Johnny on the Spot" at:
Review by David C. Nichols -- "Johnny Takes a Seriocomic Journey to Maturity," Los Angeles Times, Theater Beat, dated May 31, 2002. URL: (The article no longer appears to be accessible online at http://www.latimes.com/ )
"The opening image of 'Johnny on the Spot,' now at the Matrix, is a glowing joint, followed by the toker's radio-announcer intonations. Thus the title character of Neil Landau's new play about a Peter Pan-syndrome poster boy's journey to maturity is introduced.
Johnny (Jason Brooks) fears conformity, as he directly informs us, but the box is closing in. Neither his long-suffering, pregnant girlfriend (Helen Cates) nor his pill-packing mother (Miriam Flynn) think Johnny is ready for fatherhood. Having just lost his insurance job, he quite agrees.
Enter three dead policyholders (Flynn, Richard Burgi and Cort McCown) who have arrived from limbo to send Johnny on a surreal excursion through past, present and future. Taking in, among others, his dead father (Hugh O'Gorman) and unborn scion (Shane Hunter, alternating with Travis Mannon), Johnny's cosmic sojourn leads to catharsis.
Director Jules Aaron stages this post-Durang parable with sleek expertise. The design scheme is superb, with John Iacovelli's set, J. Kent Inasy's lighting, John Zalewski's sound and Shon LeBlanc's costumes all spot-on.
The cast is wonderful. Brooks, balancing priceless stoner moments with inner anguish, is marvelously attuned to the affecting Cates. Burgi, McCown and O'Gorman effortlessly negotiate their seriocomic shifts. Hunter is charming, and Flynn's locomotive delivery hijacks the house.
Landau's quirky, assured script carries post-larval incongruities, the ghosts erratically integrated and Johnny's narration evaporating midstream. But merely the emotional tug of the inspired denouement disarms criticism, as does the immensely satisfying trip it concludes."
Excerpt from review by Don Grigware -- NoHoLa, Theatre section,
dated June 6, 2002, Vol 4/ Issue 19
"Jason Brooks makes an affable Johnny, but the production's true joy comes out of the supporting cast. Miriam Flynn has that rare ability -- like Maggie Smith or Harriet Harris -- of walking onstage, uttering one word and getting huge laughs. As Mom/Mrs. Tollins, she joins the ranks of the comedic diva. Stunning Richard Burgi could play the menacing Sy in his sleep, but it is with Fred, the slow-moving, cigar chewing deadman, reminiscent of George Burns, that Burgi treads new ground as a fine character actor. Hugh O'Gorman as Joe plays the pivotal role of father, straightforward and unsentimental. Robert Young and Fred MacMurray would be proud. Cort McCown and Shane Hunter/Travis Mannon round out the splendid ensemble. Jules Aaron's direction is impeccable, as is the attractive set by John Iacovelli. Should be the sleeper hit of the season!"
Storyline and casting details
"Johnny is in trouble. His girlfriend is pregnant with his baby,
but he's far from 'father material,' and terrified to step up to the plate.
To make matters worse, he was abruptly fired today from his job as a life
insurance adjustor; actually, he was blacklisted from the entire insurance
industry for playing Robin Hood and committing fraud. When his girlfriend
offers him an ultimatum and walks, Johnny hits rock bottom. Tonight, with
the help of some of his dearly departed life insurance clients, he must
go on an odyssey into his painful past, chaotic present, and uncertain
future to unscramble the static that is part of the omnipresent radio broadcast
inside his head. Tomorrow morning, he will make the biggest decision of
[JOHNNY] CAST -- ACTOR JASON BROOKS. 38. A life insurance adjustor. A boyishly good-looking, charismatic pothead. Anxious to find his place in the world and to understand humanity -- but doesn't have a clue. Loves Drea truly, madly, deeply...
[DREA/DOT/FANTASY MOM] CAST -- ACTOR HELEN CATES. 38. Johnny's girlfriend. A nursery school teacher. Pretty in a gamine, off-beat way. Effortlessly sexy, confident, tolerant to a point -- but don't push her. Lives for structure...
[MOM/BRIDGE/MRS. TOLLINS] CAST -- ACTOR MIRIAM FLYNN. 50ish. Bridge: a tough, hard-living broad who always says what's on her mind. Mom: overmedicated and lives in denial...
[FRED/SY] CAST -- ACTOR RICHARD BURGI. 50ish. Fred: morose and disappointed by love. Sy: his charm and bravado mask his true psychosis...
[RAY/DEAN] CAST -- CORT MCCOWN. 40. Ray: flamboyant, whimsical, naughty, flaky, utterly self-absorbed. Dean: angry, macho, materialistic, always horny -- all covers for his wounds...
[JOE] CAST -- ACTOR HUGH O'GORMAN. 39. Johnny's late father. A man's man. Laconic, paternal. Slight Brooklyn accent...
[JOEY] CAST -- ACTORS SHANE HUNTER & TRAVIS MANNON. 12. On the verge of 13. Athletic, rebellious, but wants and needs his dad's approval...
(Thanks to Richard, JOTS Productions, Kat, MJ, and the many people who helped us find information on JOTS)
[12 Aug 02]*** Catch Richard on DVD! First season of "24" to be released on DVD this coming September; available for pre-order at Amazon.com *** -- According to a promotional announcement, "FOX has just announced a 9/17 street date for 24:1, a box set of the entire first season. Presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen and 5.1 surround, extras include commentary on select episodes, 2 featurettes, episode details, hidden surprises, and more to be announced. Retail is $59.95."
Amazon.com is offering the "24:1" box set at a pre-order price of $44 or thereabouts for Region 1 (North American) customers. European viewers using Region 2 encoding will be able to order the "24:1" box set from both amazon.com.uk and www.play.com. The expected Region 2 release date is August 19th.
** "24" to premiere across Europe when new season launches ** -- The first season of "24" will premiere across Europe when the new season launches, airing in France on Canal + and in Germany on RTL. UK viewers were given a bit of a head start on the rest of Europe, with "24" launching on BBC2 in early March 2002 (airing at 10pm Saturdays or Sundays).
Series lead Kiefer Sutherland plays the part of CIA Counter Terrorism Unit agent Jack Bauer, who has 24 hours to stop an assassination attempt on Presidential nominee David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert), while Richard's Alan York (later revealed to be Kevin Carroll) -- aided by Bauer's wife Teri (Leslie Hope) -- searches for their two missing daughters, Janet (Jacqui Maxwell) and Kim (Elisha Cuthbert). (The girls, best friends, have been abducted). The series builds to its climactic finale in episode 24 -- "zero hour," so to speak.
(Thanks to Deborah and Danny for the DVD info, and to Sheila, Andi, Sylvette, Christine, and Ingrid for the European schedule info)
For synopses of Richard's eleven episodes, visit our "24" guide page.
(Thanks to Becky for the "24" images)
[12 Aug 02] *** "The Sentinel" now airing on Germany's Kabel1*** "The Sentinel" is airing on Tuesdays at 22:15 (10:15pm). As Kabel1 is not "pay tv," viewers throughout Europe and Northern Africa with access to the Astra satellite system can catch all 65 episodes of "The Sentinel." Note: "The Sentinel" is dubbed into German for the Kabel1 broadcast.
There is also the possibility that Germany's PRO7 network will add "The Sentinel" to its schedule once more.
[15 Jun 02] ***UPDATE*** Kabel1 added "The Sentinel" to its Premiere SciFi Channel (commercial-free pay TV) starting on May 1st. Check your local listings for time and dates!
[11 Jan 02] *** "The Sentinel" returns to French television -- Monday to Friday (or Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) at 18:55 (6:55pm) on France's M6.*** French viewers will be able to catch Richard as Detective Jim Ellison now that "The Sentinel" has returned to French television.
Check your local listings for schedule information and episode names, or visit the M6 website's schedule search page at http://programmestv.m6net.fr/soc3/partners/m6net/searchresults.jsp?searchtext=Burgi&startdate=allWeek
(Thanks to Christine and Steffi for the European "Sentinel" information)
[12 Aug 02] *** "Wheelmen" official website is now online *** -- The official website for Richard's new movie, "Wheelmen," is now open for business at http://www.wheelmenthemovie.com/. The site is informative, interesting, and loaded with information on the film, the characters, the actors, and the production staff.
**UPDATE: "Wheelmen" premiere date pushed back into late Summer or ealy Fall ** -- According to Director Dirk Hagen, post-production work on "Wheelmen" is in the final stages and on schedule for the late Summer or early Fall release mentioned above. At present, we are expecting "Wheelmen" to premiere on the big screen.
Must see items include the gallery of photos (by photographer Jennifer B. Copp) and Quicktime movie clips -- Richard appears several times in both galleries.
The "Wheelmen" site also includes a detailed press release (excerpted below), which provides a comprehensive guide to the film, characters, actors, and production staff.
Nick Torino (RICHARD BURGI) is an ambulance driver at the top of his game. Thirty, tall and firmly built, Nick takes the business of saving lives seriously as he races his unit through the busy streets of Los Angeles. Forced to choose between being a responsible driver or saving the life of a pregnant mother, Nick does what he has to do to deliver his passengers to the hospital. Once there, Nick discovers the mother has died moments after giving birth to a baby boy. The moment is a bittersweet one for Nick and he returns to work a minor media celebrity. Unfortunately, he is now labeled a liability by his ambulance company and is unceremoniously fired.
We rediscover Nick six years later as the acting manager of a floundering Los Angeles limousine service. Nick does his best to both run and drive for Venture Limousines with little help from Tony Cavalcante (JACK McGEE), the golf loving, absentee owner. In Nick´s care are five other "wheelmen": Paul (MICHAEL FAIRMAN), a distinguished gentleman and twenty-year veteran of the limo world; Vladimir (ELYA BASKIN), a Russian ex-bodyguard who´s traded in his two-pack-a-day cigarette habit for the icy goodness of Slurpees; Kristen (LISA ARTURO), a sexy knockout who is nonetheless "just one of the guys"; Ralph (ADAM BIESK), a potted plant with a Class C license; and Andy Cooper (WILLIAM GREGORY LEE). Andy is a likeable, happy-go-lucky twentysomething who lives every night like a Saturday night. His cavalier work attitude is a constant source of frustration for the controlling Nick. Andy is openly gliding through life waiting for what he calls "The Great Benefactor" - that one special client whose generosity will set Andy up for life.
As if putting up with Andy wasn´t enough, Nick comes to work one day and discovers a little boy named Arthur (ALEXANDER GOULD) patiently waiting for him in his office. Nick is stunned to learn that Arthur is the little boy from his last day as an ambulance driver. After noticing several bruises on Arthur´s neck, Nick drops the boy off at Social Services.
It is there Nick meets Gwen (ERIN DANIELS), a loving social worker previously assigned to Arthur´s case. It seems Arthur´s father has been abusive in the past, which triggered Arthur´s search for Nick to become his surrogate father. Things get complicated as Nick falls for Gwen, and little Arthur feels the rush of jealously as he too has a crush on her.
Back at Venture Limousines Andy has found what he believes to be his ultimate client, and convinces Nick to join him as he picks up Bernard "Barny" Albert Tomlinson (RAINN WILSON). The enigmatic Barny tosses hundred dollar bills at Nick and Andy as if they were confetti. Meanwhile, having been given the "prestige gig" assignment to drive for the Vice President of the United States (JAMES AVERY) motorcade, the other Venture limo drivers are put through rigorous training under the scrutiny of the Secret Service.
Out in the desert, Barny turns out to be more than a handful for Nick and Andy. The man is paranoid, speaks in riddles, prefers being naked and really wants to see the Grand Canyon. In addition, unbeknownst to the trio, two mysterious men are pursuing them. Partway through the trip Nick discovers Arthur has stowed away in the limo. The little boy has been beaten again and Nick makes the decision to let Arthur join in their adventure rather than return the kid immediately to his father.
It is not until Barny has seized control of Nick and Andy´s limo, crashing it and stranding them in the desert, that Barny reveals he is in fact an ex-Secret Service agent. According to Barny, the Vice President holds the deciding swing vote in a controversial matter and that there is a plot to kidnap and hypnotize him. Nick and Andy are not convinced by Barny´s story and it is not until they have a run-in with the goons that have been following them that they decide to help. The four of them must now find a way back to Los Angeles in time to thwart the kidnapping attempt of the Vice President as well as warn the other Venture Limousine drivers.
Directed by Dirk Hagen from an original screenplay by William Arance and Mitch Wilson, Wheelmen is a production of Stretch Pix. John Orland is the producer. Lexi Alexander and Robert Ulrich are the co-producers. Gary Lowe is the line producer. The director of photography is Don Fauntleroy, production designer Robert Hummel, costume designer Emmy Taylor, and the editor is Sherril Schlesinger.
About the production...
According to an ancient proverb, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." For Wheelmen, that step was taken seven years ago when producer John Orland (The Bad Pack) gave a script by William L. Arance to his colleague, freelance producer and cinematographer Dirk Hagen. He was instantly intrigued because the world of limousines was new to him. "It introduced a group of eclectic and quirky soul searchers who come together and bond," Hagen says. He was attracted to the tragic yet comedic tone and a storyline that examines human nature and friendship. Hagen´s main challenge, besides the fact that Wheelmen would be his first feature film as a director, was to incorporate a romantic element in a "non-cliched way."
Co-producer Lexi Alexander (Foolproof), whose friendship with Hagen spans nearly the same time as the script´s incubation period, also recognized the story´s assets and the needs of the production. She brought in veteran casting director Robert Ulrich ("Dark Angel," "Melrose Place") to serve as co-producer and create an ensemble of young and old Hollywood. Praising Hagen as a first-time director, Alexander calls him "an actor´s director because he approaches talent like a big brother," guiding the actors but letting them bring their own character back stories, gestures, dialogue and other improvisation to the set.
Production began in Culver City, on October 10, 2001, shooting for nineteen days. Locations ranged from downtown Los Angeles to Lancaster in the desert. Veteran director of photography Don FauntLeRoy (Jeepers Creepers) was very clear on the look of the film but had to find ways to make shooting inside a limousine interesting, fresh and not claustrophobic. Production designer Robert Hummel (Paper Bullets) enjoyed the challenge of creating quality sets in multiple locations on a modest budget, embracing the mantra of "repaint, reuse and recycle." Costume designer Emmy Taylor (Blue Ridge Fall), outfitting most of the cast in traditionally black limo uniforms, reflected the diverse personalities of the "wheelmen" through their shirts and ties.
The entire cast loved the director´s enthusiasm and welcomed the opportunity to improvise. Rainn Wilson (Almost Famous) was attracted to the script because of the ensemble cast of insane but real people thrown together. Michael Fairman (Mulholland Drive) met with Hagen and Alexander and instantly liked them: "They are good people who allow you to be creative - the mood and tone of the production was positive, there were no egos and everyone had a good time." Greg Lee ("Xena: Warrior Princess") respected the talented crew but found it hard to keep a straight face with all of the comedians in the cast. Richard Burgi ("The Sentinel") sums up the feeling on the set by adding, "Dirk is the glue keeping everyone together and he has a good heart."
**NOTE** -- To read the complete press release, visit the "Wheelmen" website at www.wheelmenthemovie.com/ and go to the Publicity section
(Press Release and images courtesy of the "Wheelmen" website -- photographer: Jennifer B. Copp)
[18 Jan 02] *** "Wheelmen" update *** -- Richard's work on "Wheelmen" was finished in time for the holidays, leaving only the post-production work to be completed. According to an article in the February issue (# 87) of the magazine SFX, "Wheelmen" is due to open late Spring 2002.
According to the article, Richard and costar William Gregory Lee play drivers for an LA-based limo service. Rainn Wilson's character -- a former Secret Service agent -- tells them of a plot to assassinate the Vice President to keep him from casting a critical vote. Burgi, Lee, et al have to evade the bad guys and get back to save the day.
PICTURE, TOP LEFT: One of two pictures in the SFX article. Richard is to the left of the car and costar William Gregory Lee is to the right. BOTTOM LEFT: Waiting to film a scene are, L to R, William Gregory Lee, (we assume) Rainn Wilson, and Richard Burgi (leaning in doorway).
Interested in ordering the issue? The distributor for SFX is Futurenet, which has both a website and an email address. The website URL is http://www.futurenet.com/futureonline/magazine.asp and the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: There is some question as to the correct issue number for the February edition; either #81 or #87.
(Thanks to Tamy for the information on the SFX article and the picture scans)
To learn more about "Wheelmen" from the viewpoint of Richard's stand-in, Eric Prescott, visit the suite101 website to read "Standing In," an online article by Prescott dated October 17th.
The article URL (which may no longer be functional) is: http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/10148/82721
(Thanks to MJ for the Prescott article URL)
[12 Aug 02]*** Write to Richard care of the RBFC! *** -- Richard has asked us to encourage anyone interested in sending cards or letters to him to use the RBFC mailing address, which is listed below. This allows Richard to better handle his incoming mail, which he certainly enjoys receiving, provided it comes through appropriate channels.
Mr. Richard Burgi
We cannot emphasize strongly enough that mail should not be sent to Richard's home address! Receiving fan mail through his home address is a disquieting experience and cause for concern, especially from the standpoint of privacy and safety. If you have come across what you believe may be his home address, please, do NOT use it! We -- and Richard -- would greatly appreciate it if you would let us know where you came across the address by using this e-mail link to the RBFC.
While postcards, letters, and cards will be promptly forwarded to Richard, we cannot forward packages; he has asked that no gifts be sent to him. Though Richard appreciates the goodwill and generosity those gifts represent, he finds them a little overwhelming. Richard would be honored if, instead, wellwishers made a donation in his name to a local children's shelter or literacy program, or to the Friends of the Sea Lion Marine Mammal Center.
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