I've just been reading one of those "Where Are They Now Columns" regarding the rather funny and wonderful 1970's comedy "Man About The House". Star of the show and former pin-up actor Richard O'Sullivan is now a virtual recluse who rarely leaves his smallWest London flat. O'Sullivan also starred in the '80's sitcom, "Me and My Girl", but never recaptured the fame of "Man About the House". Twice divorced he once said. "I'm a hard-drinking depressive". Although Moz seems to be in a creative hibernation he does go out every now and then to see bands play and to the Cat and Fiddle, and we should be glad that he hasn't found solace in a bottle and pills.
For the North American readers "Three's Company" was based on the successful British sitcom "Man About the House" which also brought success for the Ropers starring Yoytha Joyce and the Panda eyed godess Paula Wilcox.
I don't know if anyone remembers "Me and My Girl" but in my teenage years I really had a big thing for the female actress on that show. If anyone could help out with remebering who she was I'd appreciate it.