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  • Rugged Leading Man

    • David Atkins
    • 2011-02-21

    Chad Everett was a Warner Bros contract player who appeared in films such as Parrish with Troy Donahue and Claudette Colbert, Rome Adventure with Troy Donahue and Suzanne Pleshette, and Claudelle Inglish with Diane McBain, as a featured player. Leaving WB, Mr. Everett then signed a contract with MGM which cast him in Made In Paris with Ann Margret, The Singing Nun with Debbie Reynolds and Greer Garson,David Niven's Impossible Years, etc. Mr. Everett hit big time stardom in MGM's TV series Medical Center.

  • My Favorite Tv Doctor

    • cathystaton@live.com
    • 2010-12-12

    Dr. Joe Gannon,Wyatt Earp III, Paul Hagen

  • Chad Everett

    • Serena
    • 2009-09-30

    I have tried to follow Mr. Chad Everett's career forever. I have had a crush on him since 1968. I loved Medical Center! I wish they'd bring him back to TV in a new Medical Center role as the Chief of Staff. What a refreshing change this handsome man could make for prime time!! I can not wait to see the movie "Break" that he did last year. Mr. Everett......to bad the rest of the Hollywood actors couldn't be more like you. We never seem to hear about all the good things that you and your wife do for children as well as your community. Too bad some of them couldn't have experianced a life long marriage of love &true partnership as you. (maybe for some 3hrs of marriage is a lifetime!)Maybe when they are done discussing the important things going on with the likes of Brittany, Ashlee, Paris etc we will final get a decent read of you. God Bless you. I hope to see you soon!

  • Underrated!

    • NURSE3
    • 2009-07-01

    I've been in love with Mr.Chad Everett since 5th grade (age 11).40yrs later I'm still crazy about the man and very angry that he was never given enough of a chance to show the extent of his talent. He is/was more than a pretty face. GOSH, the man was too gorgeous for words as Dr.Joe Gannon "Medical Center" (any fans out there?). My point is I loved him in his tv work: "Rousters"?, "Hagen", "The Station", his appearance on SNL and Diagnosis Murder; in his films: "The Last Challenge","Made In Paris", a thriller-mystery he made with Patty Duke just to name a few. As you can tell I've been following his career as much as I could. I've always wondered if he ever found the happy life he sought after he married his "Medical Center" co-star, Shelby Grant and whether it was true he lost her to illness and if they ever had a chance for family together. I hope so. He seemed to love her so-o much. I was heart-broken for him. But look at my man(my baby) these days, he is still SEXY as all h-e-double L! I love it! I love him! I'm a little upset though, that I'm cheated out a photo above. Chad, baby if you're listening/reading this PLEASE include a photo for an update. I hope your life on THE RANCH still gives you the peace and "the glow" you exuded in the interview I saw MANY years ago. Stay healthy and God bless. PS, I caught you on a TBN church program about a year ago. It was good to see you. I hope (often) that you get a series or film lead with GREAT writers that do right by you. I'll be watching and thanks for the memories!

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