Heigl, a budding film star who reportedly wanted out of her contract for several years, even sent a not-so-subtle dis to creator Shonda Rimes and her writers when she refused to put herself forward for an Emmy in 2008, the year after she won, saying she didn’t feel she was given good enough material to compete.
She also complained to David Letterman last summer about bad working conditions on the set.
“It made you think a little bit and kept you on the edge of your seat because you never knew what was going to happen next,” he once said.
The actor credited clever writing for the show’s success.
Graves was returning from brunch with his wife of nearly 60 years and his family when he had what Graves’ doctor believed was a heart attack, Brokaw said.
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Now she also works part-time at the place she was told she would never fit in: Hooters. The show ran on CBS from 1967 to 1973 and was revived on ABC from 1988 to 1990 with Graves back as the only original cast member. He later took on equally formidable human villains each week on “Mission: Impossible.” Every show began with Graves, as agent Phelps, listening to a tape of instructions outlining his team’s latest mission and explaining that if he or any of his agents were killed or captured “the secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions.” The tape always self-destructed within seconds of being played. Graves’ career began with cheaply made exploitation films like “It Conquered the World,” in which he battled a carrot-shaped monster from Venus, and “Beginning of the World,” in which he fought a giant grasshopper. The authority and trust he projected made him a favorite for commercials late in his life, and he was often encouraged to go into politics. “People were always encouraging him to run for office.” Graves was preceded in stardom by his older brother James Arness, who played Marshal Matt Dillon on TV’s “Gunsmoke.” Born Peter Aurness, Graves adopted his grandfather’s last name to avoid confusion with his older brother, who had dropped the “U” from the family name.