I sent him an e-mail telling him my story and inviting him to the show, since he worked with Tallulah Bankhead [in Tennessee Williams’ on Broadway]. Blaise, who was patron saint of diseases of the throat, which is hilarious, and I said that when we went to church, there was a St. I haven’t thought about that since I was in the 8th grade. I thought it was so interesting, so I rooted around the Internet and found his e-mail address. When I interviewed her, she asked me about my name, and I told her I was named after St. Blaise Day and do the Blessing of the Throat, and they would put the candles on both sides of the neck, which I think is hilarious.
You could tell she was crazy because she did everything you'd expect a crazy lady to do…
This may or may not be a good segue into [a comedy about a pair of grooms whose family, friends, and exes threaten to turn their wedding into a disastrous event].
She’s in the movie, according to International Movie Data Base. Also, she was on and played Roseanne’s mother’s girlfriend.
Interestingly enough, this was one of the earlier film gems starring Sebastian Spence that I had the privilege of watching (earlier–yes, a month ago as opposed to a week ago).
I discovered this movie while obsessively searching for any and all Sebastian Spence films the television had to offer.