Yes, that was David Hedison trapped in the spider's web in 1958's The Fly. Yes, he is the only actor to have played the part of Felix Leiter twice in two Bond movies. Live and Let Die and License to Kill. Yes, he starred in TV's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Yes, he was The Son of Robin Hood.
Now David Hedison is the voice of James Aubrey, who headed MGM studios from 1969-73. Hedison is part of the cast in the first dramatized autobiography in Audio-Book history, The King, McQueen, and the Love Machine written by Barbara Leigh and Marshal Terrill. Narrated by Leigh and performed by a full cast in the dramatizations.
The true story concerns world class model Barbara Leigh's passionate love affairs with Elvis Presley, Steve McQueen, and Aubrey during these men's most powerful time in Hollywood. The amazing true twist is that she juggled them all at the same time.
David Hedison has more than 150 appearances on stage, screen, and movies. Coming with New York theater experience to Hollywood, his first movie was with Robert Mitchum in the US destroyer VS a German submarine in the war movie The Enemy Below.
David Hedison is now a veteran of four audio-book productions in the last two years.
The King, McQueen, and the Love Machine has just been released on May 15, 2008 and is available on Ebay.
For review copies and interviews with Barbara Leigh or David Hedison, contact Paul Kyriazi, the director of The King, McQueen and the Love Machine.
Mr. Hedison gives lifestyle advice in his introducion of my book:
How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle -
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