Don Knotts at his book signing
Bob Jardine at our first Christmas party in our apartment in Eagle Rock. Bob is handing her his caricature lapel pin.
Whit Haydn. Whit and Bobbi would sit at the main bar at the Magic Castle all night and debate politics.
Rex her favorite childhood dog.
Craig Dickens, Max Maven and James Dimmare
Rick Marcelli, Craig Dickens, Don Wayne, Bruce Gold and Joe Monti at Bruce's birthday party at Dalt's
Annabel Gray, Billy McComb, Pete Matuska and us on New Years Eve 1998
Bill Dion who just delivered a very clever remark at our wedding.
Lance Burton after his show at the Hacienda Hotel.
Bobbi came to pick me up at The Improv on Melrose and while she stood in the doorway Robin Williams barged past her and stepped square onto her foot. The nearby crowd froze and she said you could almost hear them chanting "Lawsuit, lawsuit, lawsuit."
Anthony Hopkins met her at a theater and was quite taken with her. At the time he was experiencing marital difficulties. He invited her to his house for dinner and even called her long distance from Australia while filming. She said they talked about his wife and children and problems on the set.
While at Residuals, a bar in North Hollywood, Tony Danza hit on her.
While working as the manager at Humphrey Yogarts in Sherman Oaks she had a run in with Madonna. Bobbi was oblivious to her fame but it caused enough of a scene to have Warren Beatty apologize to Bobbi.
In general Bobbi left celebrities alone unless they wanted to be noticed or engage in conversation.
Over the years she met and chatted with:
Robert DeNiro, Lena Horne, Ronald Reagan, Tony Roberts, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sam Sheppard, Fred Gwynne, Christina Applegate, Brian Dennehey, the Olsen twins and the list goes on.