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John Larroquette | Celebrity Substance Abuse Speaker

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John Larroquette
John Larroquette (Topic: Substance Abuse), In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. Since then John has appeared on "Boston Legal", hosted the A&E show, "The incurable Collector" and is currently playing in "The Librarians" on TNT. That voice made him part of a cult film classic when the director, a friend of Larroquette's, asked him if he would do him a favor and record an opening narration for a low budget horror film the director had just completed. So Larroquette will forever be known as the narrator of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. He got lucky quickly and began getting jobs on television shows while at the same time working on the stage in Los Angeles. He then landed a regular role on "Baa Baa Black Sheep," a World War II series that ran from 1976 to 1978. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the '70s, the actor got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from substance abuse and addiction might realize there is a way out of bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy in 1998 as a guest-star in two episodes of the legal drama "The Practice," receiving an additional Emmy nomination in 2002 for his reappearance in the series. Additionally, he hosted the A&E show "The Incurable Collector," a one-hour series that focuses on the passion for collecting. Larroquette is an avid collector himself. His library consists of more than 5,000 modern first edition books. He also collects antique fountain pens, cameras, photographs, and watches. From 2004 to 2006, he played the title role in the McBride series of American TV movies. In 2007 he joined the cast of Boston Legal playing Carl Sack, a serious, ethical lawyer (the polar opposite of his more famous lawyer character, Dan Fielding). He also guest starred in the drama House where he played a previously catatonic father awakened to try to save his son, and on Chuck as veteran spy Roan Montgomery. Married for 30 years and the father of three, Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their addiction and succumb to it in one way or another. Out of the Bottle and Into Life! Both entertaining and captivating, John Larroquette shares his bittersweet story about alcoholism and the fight to recover. A prolific drinker during the 70's, he got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another... a memorable evening of celebration woven in an inspirational message! DOWNLOAD High Resolution Photo DOWNLOAD Introduction for John Larroquette


John Larroquette | Speakers Network - Book for Speaking Larroquette

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John Larroquette is honored at the 2011 Broadway Beacon Awards on June 23 at the historic Players Club.
Both entertaining and captivating, John Larroquette shares his bittersweet story about alcoholism and the fight to recover. A prolific drinker during the 70's, he got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another... a memorable evening of celebration woven in an inspirational message! That voice made him part of a cult film classic when the director, a friend of Larroquette's, asked him if he would do him a favor and record an opening narration for a low budget horror film the director had just completed. So Larroquette will forever be known as the narrator of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. He got lucky quickly and began getting jobs on television shows while at the same time working on the stage in Los Angeles. He then landed a regular role on "Baa Baa Black Sheep," a World War II series that ran from 1976 to 1978. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the '70s, the actor got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy in 1998 as a guest-star in two episodes of the legal drama "The Practice," receiving an additional Emmy nomination in 2002 for his reappearance in the series. Additionally, he hosted the A&E show "The Incurable Collector," a one-hour series that focuses on the passion for collecting. Larroquette is an avid collector himself. His library consists of more than 5,000 modern first edition books. He also collects antique fountain pens, cameras, photographs, and watches. From 2004 to 2006, he played the title role in the McBride series of American TV movies. In 2007 he joined the cast of Boston Legal playing Carl Sack, a serious, ethical lawyer (the polar opposite of his more famous lawyer character, Dan Fielding). He also guest starred in the drama House where he played a previously catatonic father awakened to try to save his son, and on Chuck as veteran spy Roan Montgomery. Married for 30 years and the father of three, Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another. Testimonials John was excellent, attendance was great, the program was meaningful and he was very easy to work with.


John Larroquette | Speakers Network - Book for Speaking Larroquette

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Both entertaining and captivating, John Larroquette shares his bittersweet story about alcoholism and the fight to recover.
A prolific drinker during the 70's, he got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another... a memorable evening of celebration woven in an inspirational message! That voice made him part of a cult film classic when the director, a friend of Larroquette's, asked him if he would do him a favor and record an opening narration for a low budget horror film the director had just completed. So Larroquette will forever be known as the narrator of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. He got lucky quickly and began getting jobs on television shows while at the same time working on the stage in Los Angeles. He then landed a regular role on "Baa Baa Black Sheep," a World War II series that ran from 1976 to 1978. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the '70s, the actor got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy in 1998 as a guest-star in two episodes of the legal drama "The Practice," receiving an additional Emmy nomination in 2002 for his reappearance in the series. Additionally, he hosted the A&E show "The Incurable Collector," a one-hour series that focuses on the passion for collecting. Larroquette is an avid collector himself. His library consists of more than 5,000 modern first edition books. He also collects antique fountain pens, cameras, photographs, and watches. From 2004 to 2006, he played the title role in the McBride series of American TV movies. In 2007 he joined the cast of Boston Legal playing Carl Sack, a serious, ethical lawyer (the polar opposite of his more famous lawyer character, Dan Fielding). He also guest starred in the drama House where he played a previously catatonic father awakened to try to save his son, and on Chuck as veteran spy Roan Montgomery. Married for 30 years and the father of three, Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another. Testimonials John was excellent, attendance was great, the program was meaningful and he was very easy to work with.


John Larroquette | Speakers Network - Book for Speaking Larroquette

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John Larroquette on Broadway
John Larroquette will join Daniel Radcliff in the Broadway revival "How to Succeed" Both entertaining and captivating, John Larroquette shares his bittersweet story about alcoholism and the fight to recover. A prolific drinker during the 70's, he got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another... a memorable evening of celebration woven in an inspirational message! That voice made him part of a cult film classic when the director, a friend of Larroquette's, asked him if he would do him a favor and record an opening narration for a low budget horror film the director had just completed. So Larroquette will forever be known as the narrator of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. He got lucky quickly and began getting jobs on television shows while at the same time working on the stage in Los Angeles. He then landed a regular role on "Baa Baa Black Sheep," a World War II series that ran from 1976 to 1978. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the '70s, the actor got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy in 1998 as a guest-star in two episodes of the legal drama "The Practice," receiving an additional Emmy nomination in 2002 for his reappearance in the series. Additionally, he hosted the A&E show "The Incurable Collector," a one-hour series that focuses on the passion for collecting. Larroquette is an avid collector himself. His library consists of more than 5,000 modern first edition books. He also collects antique fountain pens, cameras, photographs, and watches. From 2004 to 2006, he played the title role in the McBride series of American TV movies. In 2007 he joined the cast of Boston Legal playing Carl Sack, a serious, ethical lawyer (the polar opposite of his more famous lawyer character, Dan Fielding). He also guest starred in the drama House where he played a previously catatonic father awakened to try to save his son, and on Chuck as veteran spy Roan Montgomery. Married for 30 years and the father of three, Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another. Testimonials John was excellent, attendance was great, the program was meaningful and he was very easy to work with.


John Larroquette | Celebrity Substance Abuse Speaker

www.speakersonhealthcare.com [cached]

John Larroquette
John Larroquette (Topic: Substance Abuse), In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. Since then John has appeared on "Boston Legal", hosted the A&E show, "The incurable Collector" and in 2016 will return for his 3rd season of "The Librarians" on TNT. That voice made him part of a cult film classic when the director, a friend of Larroquette's, asked him if he would do him a favor and record an opening narration for a low budget horror film the director had just completed. So Larroquette will forever be known as the narrator of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. He got lucky quickly and began getting jobs on television shows while at the same time working on the stage in Los Angeles. He then landed a regular role on "Baa Baa Black Sheep," a World War II series that ran from 1976 to 1978. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the '70s, the actor got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from substance abuse and addiction might realize there is a way out of bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy in 1998 as a guest-star in two episodes of the legal drama "The Practice," receiving an additional Emmy nomination in 2002 for his reappearance in the series. Additionally, he hosted the A&E show "The Incurable Collector," a one-hour series that focuses on the passion for collecting. Larroquette is an avid collector himself. His library consists of more than 5,000 modern first edition books. He also collects antique fountain pens, cameras, photographs, and watches. From 2004 to 2006, he played the title role in the McBride series of American TV movies. In 2007 he joined the cast of Boston Legal playing Carl Sack, a serious, ethical lawyer (the polar opposite of his more famous lawyer character, Dan Fielding). He also guest starred in the drama House where he played a previously catatonic father awakened to try to save his son, and on Chuck as veteran spy Roan Montgomery. Married for 30 years and the father of three, Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their addiction and succumb to it in one way or another. Out of the Bottle and Into Life! Both entertaining and captivating, John Larroquette shares his bittersweet story about alcoholism and the fight to recover. A prolific drinker during the 70's, he got sober in 1982 and has spent much of his time since sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette still gives thanks everyday for the life he was given a chance to reclaim, particularly when so many others never see a way out of their disease and succumb to it in one way or another... a memorable evening of celebration woven in an inspirational message! DOWNLOAD High Resolution Photo DOWNLOAD Introduction for John Larroquette


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