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Terrence Hardiman

Post 1

Researcher 232606

There is a matter of Importance, We need to contact the actor "Terrence Hardiman". How can we?Is there anyone who can help? We sent some messages to his agent, but sounds he is uninterested in contacting us, but this will have a very big impact on several lives than we can imagine.Please help!


Terrence Hardiman

Post 2

Smij - Formerly Jimster

Hmm. I'm afraid the only thing I would have suggested was contacting his agent, but if they're unwilling I'm not sure what you could do next.

Can I ask what you are planning? Or is it 'Top Secret'? smiley - biggrin


Terrence Hardiman

Post 3

Researcher 232606

An old lady who has cancer and is very ill wishes to talk to him for a minute or two on phone , that's all and they have been too mean so far that they have refused to do so. Well I can tell you more about this if you want. We have been looking for him for months, it's hard to believe, but it's true. I personally liked "Terrence Hardiman" too much, he seemed so kind to me but now I feel quite different.


Terrence Hardiman

Post 4

Researcher 232606

By the way, My name is Jacqueline.


Terrence Hardiman

Post 5

Smij - Formerly Jimster

It's possible his agents haven't told him about the request, it happens sometimes. Agents think they're 'protecting' their client, when often the client would be all too happy to help. I know a couple of actors who've discovered, for example, that their agent hasn't put them forward for work, or has turned down work on the grounds that 'that's not what our client does', when the actor in question would have loved to do something different. Not quite the same situation, but I'm sure you get my drift.

I don't have any connection to him, so I'm afraid I can't really offer anything other than my best wishes for your friend. I wish you luck in finding him.

Jims


Terrence Hardiman

Post 6

Researcher 232606

You are quite right that sometimes "agents" do not tell their clients about some requests in order to "protect" them! But in this case I believe, Mr Terrence Hardiman has got the messages. We first phoned and e-mailed his agent then when we recieved no cooperation we phoned himself, We did not want to intrude into Mr. Hardiman's private sphere, that's the reason We contacted the agent first, but when we phoned himself, he did not listen to us for even 5 seconds, he just hung up!
That was not the manner we expected from a real man with a heart. Someone is dying, her only wish is to talk to him for a minute or two by phone!!! No harm would come to anyone by talking to an ill dying person by phone in another country!!! I just wanted to convience myself somehow that it was not probably Mr Hardiman's fault, Oh , No he is a good man, Perhaps his agent had persuaded him not to talk to us! I don't know, But he could not possibly have understood how his impolite and unexpected manner deeply affected 2 people.
(Well, Sorry for my bad English), We thought he was a real man of value , he seemed so, but as you know well of two great quotes that the price of greatness is responsibility and care and The true measure of a good man is how he treats those that can do nothing for him. What I was intending to discuss with him was so important, he refused, He had the right but its good that he understands what he did , was not expected from a real artist, a real artist measures everything by his heart! I still hope I am mistaken. I hope he will finally understands how much he can be helpful by just picking up the phone and phone her and talk to her for a few minutes, that's all.
Jacqueline
PS. Have you seen this group?dedicated to him and Terrence Hardiman.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TerrenceHardiman


Terrence Hardiman

Post 7

Researcher 232606

By the way, I do apologise that I used some words which were not quite polite, my apologis to readers, Mr Hardiman and everyone! I did not mean to insult, it's just because I was/am so angry.
Take care
Jacqueline


Terrence Hardiman

Post 8

Researcher 237997

Hi,
I think you would do better if you wrote a letter to Mr Hardiman. I wrote a letter to him in 1997 and received a lengthy, most generous letter back. He may have moved since 1997, but if you'd like to give it a go give me your email address and I'll email it to you. (Don't want to leave it posted on this site for everyone to hassle the poor man!)
Cheers for now,
Paul

PS Would love to get hold of the album "Au Cafe Candide" recorded by Angela Richards on the programme. Any ideas??


Terrence Hardiman

Post 9

Researcher 232606

Dear Paul,
Thanks Loads for your help! This is my e-mail address:
[email protected]
I am awaiting your e-mail and I am most grateful to you.


Terrence Hardiman

Post 10

Researcher 232606

Dear Paul;
Hope you see this message and e-mail me sooner.
[email protected]


Terrence Hardiman

Post 11

Primord

ooh Paul-lucky you-I think Mr Hardiman is excellent-a brilliant, dazzling actor.

Hardiman seems to me to be an approachable chap-going by interviews with him I've seen over the years.

I wish I could write to him-lol-I'm too lazy just now smiley - loveblush


Terrence Hardiman

Post 12

badger

well i managed to get terrance hardimans autograoh and also jack shepherds aswell. yesterday saturday 17/1/15 in derby after the theatre show really nice chap to meet.


Terrence Hardiman

Post 13

lil ~ Auntie Giggles with added login ~ returned


Well done smiley - applause

And welcome to h2g2.com smiley - ok

I have left you message in your Personal Space, hopefully it will help you find your way around out site smiley - smiley


lil xx


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