Watch a full video biography about Patrick Duffy, fincluding his life in Montana, his roles on "Dallas" and "Man from Atlantis," the murder of his parents, and his dedication to Buddhism.
Lakin makes an on set visit to Patrick Duffy.
Cartman tries to scare the boys with the story of Scuzzlebutt, the basket-weaving creature with celery for a hand and Patrick Duffy for a leg.
Bruce's parents (Patrick Duffy and Illeana Douglas) come to Sweden for a visit and the ultimate culture clash with Emma's parents. Emma tells Bruce she's pregnant. Bruce's father can't tell the difference between gay and European.
“Dallas” and “Dynasty” kicked off the nighttime soap frenzy in the late 1970s and spun off the long-lasting series “Knots Landing.” Sometimes forgotten is the genre’s antecedent: 1964’s “Peyton Place,” which starred Mia Farrow and Ryan O’Neal. Interviewees in this episode include Larry Hagman, Joan Collins, Linda Evans, Diahann Carroll, Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy, Michele Lee, Joan Van Ark and Donna Mills.
The Ewing family is back in the all-new Dallas -- based upon one of the most popular television dramas ever. Secrets, schemes and betrayals abound within the Texas oil dynasty as the iconic elder Ewings -- original series stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray -- are joined by the next generation, who give lies and ambition new meaning. In the new series, John Ross (Josh Henderson), JR and Sue Ellen Ewing's son, is determined to drill for oil on Ewing land.
The iconic Ewing family is back in the all-new Dallas, based on one of the most popular television dramas ever. Secrets, schemes and betrayals thrive within the Texas oil dynasty as the elder Ewings (original series stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray) are joined by the next generation, who give lies and ambition new meaning.
Patrick Duffy on Larry Hagman and Singing.
Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy reflect on memories
Bruce Evans (Greg Poehler) and Emma Wiik (Josephine Bornebusch, Swedish hit drama 'Solsidan') seem to be the perfect couple. He is a successful money manager to the stars, living his life in New York with Emma, the sweet woman from Sweden whom he loves and adores. A rare combination of intelligent, funny, kind and beautiful, Emma believes she has finally found her true soul mate. So when she makes the life-changing decision to move back to her native Stockholm to accept a prestigious banking job after being with Bruce for a year, she is surprised and thrilled that he agrees to move with her to begin a new life together.
Moving halfway around the world with a new love is a huge step. With no job, friends or real clue about what he is getting himself into, Bruce is quick to face the many unique challenges and culture clashes that living in a foreign land presents. The most notable one is how to win over Emma's strange and very Swedish family, starting with her parents, Viveka (Lena Olin, 'Chocolat') and Birger (Claes M nsson), whom they move in with. Viveka, who is a therapist, dearly loves her family but has difficulty showing it, especially to Emma, and much to Bruce's dismay, she harbors a dislike for him from day one. Birger, a retired sea captain, is a typical Swede - tall, kind and silent. Since his spoken English isn't very sharp, it only adds to the communication barriers.
Emma's younger brother, Gustav (Christopher Wagelin), is a 28-year old mega-slacker who, for some reason, can do no wrong in his mother's eyes. Bengt (Per Svensson), Birger's younger brother, is an American-adoring rockabilly type who seems to live his life through Hollywood movies.
As for Bruce's family, his dad, Wayne (Patrick Duffy, 'Dallas'), is conservative by nature and resides in a small Midwestern town. Like Wayne, Bruce's adoring mother, Nancy (Illeana Douglas, 'Grace of My Heart'), wants nothing but
Actor Patrick Duffy talks with HuffPost Live about shooting 'Dallas' in the wake of the death of Larry Hagman, his co-star and friend.
Patrick Duffy joins HuffPost Live to explain how he was cast in 'Welcome To Sweden.'
Patrick Duffy joins Ricky to discuss his friendship with Trey Parker.
Patrick Duffy joins HuffPost Live to discuss the famous 'Man Nip' sketch.
Patrick Duffy has reprised his signature role as Bobby Ewing on 'Dallas' over 30 years after the show's debut. The longtime TV star joins us live to talk about the upcoming season of 'Dallas' on TNT.
Patrick Duffy chats about the new season of "Dallas."
A short promo for BINGO America with Patrick Duffy.
Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy reminisce on over 30 years of memories working with Larry Hagman. Hear how they plan to honor him.
Actor Patrick Duffy joins Ricky to discuss playing the role of Bobby on the hit TV show 'Dallas.'
Dallas legends Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray step out for the reboot launch in London.
Actor Patrick Duffy joins HuffPost Live to discuss being a practicing Buddhist.
Actor and director Patrick Duffy talks to HuffPost Live about the big twists and teases in season three of the hit television series 'Dallas,' what fans can expect next and more!
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