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From Actor To Zee: An Interview With Eric Lindsay

04 May

Photo by Barclay Shaw, Las Vegas.

Around 1998 my agent contacted me to tell me that there was an Advertisement in the “Stage” paper. Someone was looking for me. By this time I was “Zee” and not a lot of people knew where Eric Lindsay was.

That is how I came to meet Andi Brooks, who has over the years become my very good and trusted friend. He was living in Bath, and he told me that he would come up to London to interview me for his up and coming book on Bela Lugosi which he was calling “Vampire over London.”

Andi interviewed me again earlier this year. This time we talked about my whole life and career.

I hope you enjoy his interview which you can read here:

From Actor To Zee: An Interview With Eric Lindsay

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2 responses to “From Actor To Zee: An Interview With Eric Lindsay

  1. Angie Zablo

    June 3, 2012 at 6:23 pm

    Hello Eric,
    this is your “first” Lady from the Light …I have tried to find out where you are for so long, and when I came upon this website it made my heart jump. I hope I can find from you an email or address where I can write to you a longer letter. This has truly made me smile from ear to ear reading of you and beloved Ray – his photo’s put such warm memories back into my heart. Many, many treasured times with you both. I do hope you will be able to reply to me. Much, much love – always,
    Angie xoxo

     
  2. Gerry Maycock

    June 29, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    Dear Eric, I spent around 10 years as Stage Director at the Casino De Paris working for you and Ray. It was my job to translate your wonderful production ideas into technical practicality, and I enjoyed every edition of the shows that we did! The themes, the costumes, the choreography, music and lighting. Well, it was Vegas in Piccadilly was’nt it? I loved it all, and often think of you and Ray. 10 years and never a cross word!
    Take care,
    Gerry Maycock.

     

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