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’70s rock pioneer Suzi Quatro says she was never tempted by fame: ‘You either go mad or wind up dead’

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Suzi Quatro is ready to share her story.

The ‘70s rock pioneer is the subject of a new documentary titled “Suzi Q,” which chronicles her rise to stardom and all the unlikely twists and turns it took along the way. In the film, audiences will discover how the now-70-year-old became a huge star in the U.K. but struggled to be accepted in the U.S. as a woman who wanted to play alongside the guys on stage. The singer/songwriter went on to influence many notable stars, including Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, the Go-Go’s Kathy Valentine and Talking Heads’ Tina Weymouth — just to name a few.

Quatro spoke to Fox News about why she chose to speak out in the film, how Elvis Presley forever changed her life, her favorite memory playing Leather Tuscadero on “Happy Days” and why she refused to be tempted by the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle.

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Fox News: What compelled you to participate in a documentary about your life?
Suzi Quatro: I think I always wanted to do it. I’m a big believer in keeping the record straight. And if you watch the film, you’ll see that I’m an honest, no bulls— kind of person. And it’s been a long career now… Nobody’s life is perfect. And I wasn’t interested in doing a documentary that was just all based on compliments. That’s not me. I wanted my story to be told in its entirety.

Fox News: How much of an impact did Elvis Presley have on your career?
Quatro: Huge. He’s had a major impact all throughout my life. I remember the very first time I realized it was when I was watching “The Ed Sullivan Show.” I remember it like it was yesterday. I was only six my sister was nine years older. I remember she was watching and just screaming. And certain things in your life stand out forever in your mind.

I remember looking at her and thinking, “What is she screaming for?” I was just a little girl. So I looked at the TV and I immediately became drawn to it. I had a lightbulb moment at the age of six that this is what I was going to do for the rest of my life. That moment, that image stayed with me my whole life. Elvis has stayed with me my whole life. I just knew at that moment that this was something I needed to do.

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Suzi Quatro performs on the UK TV show ‘Top of the Pops,’ London, October 1974. (Photo by David Redfern/Redferns/Getty)

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Fox News: It sounds like you never felt the need to live that rock ’n’ roll image off the stage. 
Quatro: I never have. I guess it’s because I was raised in a musical professional family. The input I got from my father was, “This is your job. This is your profession. So you do it professionally. And this is the job you want. It doesn’t include getting stoned out of your brains and going up on stage high as a kite.”

That’s not even in my character. I just go on stage. I do what I do. It comes naturally. And then I’m off. I do kind of separate the two things, although I’m not a lot different. The person you see on stage and the person you see now are similar. We’ve got a lot of ties together. And I think that’s how I’ve survived this business. Otherwise, you either go mad or wind up dead.

Fox News: You played Leather Tuscadero on “Happy Days.” What’s your favorite memory from your time on set?
Quatro: It was all good. I don’t have one bad memory of that show. It was just fantastic. In fact, I’m still in contact with everybody. Henry’s [Winkler] little statement towards the end of the documentary is one of my favorite things from the whole thing. Wasn’t he just a sweetheart? He was just so lovely. I think probably my favorite memory, the one that instantly stands out in my mind, was my very first show. I hadn’t acted before. It was my first time filming in front of a live audience at a huge television show. So I was more than a little nervous, you know?

JACK BENNY’S DAUGHTER RECALLS GROWING UP WITH THE FAMOUS COMEDIAN: ‘HE LOVED BEING FAMOUS’

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Suzi Quatro and Henry Winkler on the set of ‘Happy Days.’ (Photo by Walt Disney Television via Getty Images )

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Henry came up behind me. I was waiting behind the door, ready to make my entrance. This would have been me for the first time as Leather Tuscadero. He’s talking to me and says, “How do you feel?” I said, “I’m a little bit nervous.” And he goes, “Don’t worry about it, you’re going to be great.” And then he goes, “You’re on!”

So I immediately went, opened the door, and sauntered over to where my spot was to speak. All of sudden, I heard someone say, “Excuse me, Ms. Quatro. What are you doing here?” I go, “I’m on.” And I was told, “No, you’ve got another page!” It was as if somebody threw cold water in my face. So I went back and Henry was on the floor. He sent me out on purpose, that little s—. But I’ll tell you, he did me a big favor. He said, “Now, what else can go wrong? Go and enjoy yourself!”

Fox News: Leather is actually your signature look, but it sounded like you were hesitant to wear it early on in your career?
Quatro: I got my first leather jacket when I was 18 years. I’ve always had a thing for it. It all goes back to Elvis. His comeback special did it for me… As for that jumpsuit, I thought it was a wonderful idea. Because I am not a gentle person on stage. I leap and run all over the place. I just thought it was a logical, sensible outfit for me.

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American rock singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro posing with a stuffed leopard, circa 1973. (Jack Kay/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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But when I saw that photo for the first time, I thought, “Oh.” Because I honestly didn’t think it was going to be sexy. Isn’t that the stupidest thing you’ve ever heard in your life? But I honestly did not. I didn’t even think about it until I saw that photo for the first time and thought, “Oh dear.” Because I wasn’t playing the sexual card. I didn’t see it that way in my head. I just thought it was a cool outfit that made sense for me on stage.

Fox News: What do you think is taking so long for you to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
Quatro: Oh my God, who knows? It’s a no brainer. I will never get it. I just don’t get it. I don’t know the reasons. And the facts are facts. You can’t rewrite history. I don’t have an answer for that but I hope they will in the future.

Fox News: Did it surprise you that your music was well received so quickly in Europe?
Quatro: I don’t know what you call quickly. I was in bands from the age of 14 in America. I came over to England when I was 21. Then took 18 months for me to have my first hit. So it wasn’t overnight. I was unusual then I’m unusual now.

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Suzi Quatro and her band in the U.K. (Photo by Tim Graham/Evening Standard/Getty Images)

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There wasn’t any niche for me to fit into. Where did I belong? I didn’t belong anywhere. I had to find my way through the world. A big motivation for me was what I refused to change who I was. I never wanted to be anyone else other than myself. And that made me so unusual. Nobody was doing what I was doing, but I refused to change it.

Fox News: How determined were you to prove yourself as an artist, not just a female artist?
Quatro: I’ve always had a thing about that. I never presented myself as a female artist. I was not playing the female card. To me, it was all about the music and putting on a show. I do play the female card if I’m with a bunch of guys – which I am most of the time because there were hardly any girl musicians – and they go out of order, cross that line of respect, like if they’re being a little bit too crude. I don’t like that. Then I will pull the female card and say, “Excuse me.”

But when it came to my music, gender just didn’t exist. Even when I first started having success, I wouldn’t even wear makeup on TV shows. I insisted that [people] didn’t look at me as a woman sex symbol. I wanted to be taken seriously as a musician. Take me as I am. You needed that non-gender type of personality, which I have, and it’s not threatening. And I’m not a big girl. I’m not big busted and all that. So it’s not like other girls would get angry, you know? They wouldn’t get jealous of me. They wanted to be me. It someone like me to break it through. For me, it was just about the music.

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Suzi Quatro performs onstage during the second day of Silverstone Classic 2011 at Silverstone Circuit on July 23, 2011, in Northampton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Pete Still/Redferns/Getty)

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Fox News: How does it feel to know you’ve inspired so many women to take up an instrument?
Quatro: It humbles me. Every woman who has come up to me has shared a story about how they’ve done that after seeing me perform. It’s a wonderful feeling. It’s nice to know I’ve inspired so many women. It’s not an easy job to do this. You have to give up everything. And if you’re going to do it properly, you have to be totally focused. No distractions, no temptations. And I gave up a lot. But the rewards are terrific.

Fox News: What has kept you going?
Quatro: I adore entertaining. That’s a big thing for me. That’s why I go on the road I don’t need the money… I’m still making music and selling out everywhere. I’ve still got a lot to say. That’s the thing – I’m not done yet. I’ve always said this: I will hang up my suit when I go on stage, turn around and shake my a— at the audience and there’s silence. It hasn’t happened yet.

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Suzi Quatro currently resides in the U.K. (Photo by Bob Barker/Newspix/Getty Images)

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Fox News: What do you hope audiences will get from this documentary?
Quatro: I hope they’ll get to know me completely. I hope they get the heart and soul of me. This is me putting the record straight. This is a story of a real person who came from Detroit with a dream. And that person had to overcome so many obstacles. There wasn’t even a place in the music business for me. That place didn’t exist. I didn’t have a blueprint. But I did it anyway.

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HBO’s ‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ docuseries explores Michelle McNamara’s search for the Golden State Killer

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A new HBO docuseries will reveal how Michelle McNamara was on the hunt for the Golden State Killer.

The six-part special premiering on Sunday, titled “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” is based on the author’s New York Times bestselling book. McNamara passed away unexpectedly in 2016 at age 46 from an accidental drug overdose.

McNamara, according to Rolling Stone, became obsessed with the Golden State Killer, a then-unknown figure who has been suspected of committing at least 12 murders, 50 rapes and 100 burglaries in California between 1974 and 1986. His other nicknames include East Area Rapist, the Original Night Stalker and the Visalia Ransacker. His trail had been cold for more than 30 years.

The armed and masked rapist would tie up any man he found in the house and pile dishes on his back, threatening to kill both victims if he heard the plates jiggle while he assaulted the women.

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According to the outlet, McNamara launched a website in 2006 titled True Crime Diary about the Golden State Killer. She went on to write articles about the case for Los Angeles Magazine. She also rode along with Paul Holes, a then-active detective who had also been hunting the Golden State Killer since the ‘90s.

“She was an investigator at heart,” Holes told Rolling Stone. “Even without any type of experience or training, she just seemed to have a knack.”

Stories of the notorious killer and his horrific acts consumed McNamara, who was determined to give a voice to his victims, the outlet noted. She later leaned on prescription drugs at times to help her sleep and concentrate especially when details of the case became too much during her writing process.

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“I really wasn’t thinking that she was having any type of trauma as a result of what she was doing on the case,” admitted Holes. “That may have been a massive oversight.”

McNamara passed away without completing her book. The manuscript was finished by fellow investigators in her honor. HBO then transformed the bestseller into a limited series directed by Liz Garbus. Her recent project was Netflix’s “Lost Girls,” a crime drama based on the real-life Long Island serial killer.

In the docuseries, viewers will learn about some of the Golden State Killer’s victims. One was 15 when she was attacked while playing the piano at home. She stopped playing it forever shortly thereafter.

“It was just a few hours, but it changed everything,” she said in the film.

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Patton Oswalt and Michelle McNamara. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/FilmMagic/Getty)

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The docuseries also focuses on how the survivors have moved forward over the years. In one scene, several are seen embracing each other after the alleged Golden State Killer is caught – which occurred just as the documentary began filming.

“It was literally the first day of filming,” said Patton Oswalt, an actor and comedian who was married to McNamara, to Rolling Stone. “We had done a book reading in Chicago that night, and we all went to bed, and we woke up the next morning and the news was out that he had been captured and arrested. And you see that in the documentary. My reaction. We’re all just like, ‘What? Where do we go from here?’”

“It’s overwhelming, but it’s hopeful,” the 51-year-old added of the legacy his late wife left behind. “It means she’s not really gone.”

DNA evidence in 2018 led authorities to arrest Joseph DeAngelo, a former police officer. While McNamara’s work didn’t directly lead investigators to the arrest, she and others dedicated to seeking answers kept pushing the case.

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Joseph James DeAngelo is believed to be the notorious Golden State Killer. (Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department)

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“I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” airs June 28. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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HBO’s ‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ docuseries explores Michelle McNamara’s search for the Golden State Killer

A new HBO docuseries will reveal how Michelle McNamara was on the hunt for the Golden State Killer.

The six-part special premiering on Sunday, titled “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” is based on the author’s New York Times bestselling book. McNamara passed away unexpectedly in 2016 at age 46 from an accidental drug overdose.

McNamara, according to Rolling Stone, became obsessed with the Golden State Killer, a then-unknown figure who has been suspected of committing at least 12 murders, 50 rapes and 100 burglaries in California between 1974 and 1986. His other nicknames include East Area Rapist, the Original Night Stalker and the Visalia Ransacker. His trail had been cold for more than 30 years.

The armed and masked rapist would tie up any man he found in the house and pile dishes on his back, threatening to kill both victims if he heard the plates jiggle while he assaulted the women.

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According to the outlet, McNamara launched a website in 2006 titled True Crime Diary about the Golden State Killer. She went on to write articles about the case for Los Angeles Magazine. She also rode along with Paul Holes, a then-active detective who had also been hunting the Golden State Killer since the ‘90s.

“She was an investigator at heart,” Holes told Rolling Stone. “Even without any type of experience or training, she just seemed to have a knack.”

Stories of the notorious killer and his horrific acts consumed McNamara, who was determined to give a voice to his victims, the outlet noted. She later leaned on prescription drugs at times to help her sleep and concentrate especially when details of the case became too much during her writing process.

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“I really wasn’t thinking that she was having any type of trauma as a result of what she was doing on the case,” admitted Holes. “That may have been a massive oversight.”

McNamara passed away without completing her book. The manuscript was finished by fellow investigators in her honor. HBO then transformed the bestseller into a limited series directed by Liz Garbus. Her recent project was Netflix’s “Lost Girls,” a crime drama based on the real-life Long Island serial killer.

In the docuseries, viewers will learn about some of the Golden State Killer’s victims. One was 15 when she was attacked while playing the piano at home. She stopped playing it forever shortly thereafter.

“It was just a few hours, but it changed everything,” she said in the film.

BRITTANY MURPHY’S SUDDEN DEATH AT 32 STILL ‘PUZZLES’ PATHOLOGIST, SAYS DOC: ‘IT WAS ALL VERY PERPLEXING’

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Patton Oswalt and Michelle McNamara. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/FilmMagic/Getty)

JEFFREY DAHMER WITNESS SAYS SHE SAW ‘A STREAK OF EVIL’ WHILE TRYING TO RESCUE VICTIM FROM GRISLY FATE: DOC

The docuseries also focuses on how the survivors have moved forward over the years. In one scene, several are seen embracing each other after the alleged Golden State Killer is caught – which occurred just as the documentary began filming.

“It was literally the first day of filming,” said Patton Oswalt, an actor and comedian who was married to McNamara, to Rolling Stone. “We had done a book reading in Chicago that night, and we all went to bed, and we woke up the next morning and the news was out that he had been captured and arrested. And you see that in the documentary. My reaction. We’re all just like, ‘What? Where do we go from here?’”

“It’s overwhelming, but it’s hopeful,” the 51-year-old added of the legacy his late wife left behind. “It means she’s not really gone.”

DNA evidence in 2018 led authorities to arrest Joseph DeAngelo, a former police officer. While McNamara’s work didn’t directly lead investigators to the arrest, she and others dedicated to seeking answers kept pushing the case.

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Joseph James DeAngelo is believed to be the notorious Golden State Killer. (Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department)

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“I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” airs June 28. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Prince William, Prince Harry will need ‘space and time to breathe’ before working things out, source claims

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Prince William is reportedly still trying to make sense of his younger brother’s decision to step back as a senior member of the British royal family.

Since making their bombshell announcement earlier this year, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have relocated to the “Suits” star’s native Los Angeles with their son Archie, 1.

“William is so tired and done with the drama of it all,” a royal source told Us Weekly on Wednesday.

“It breaks William’s heart,” claimed the palace insider of the couple’s move, adding the brothers will need “space and time to breathe” before their relationship can heal.

“Hopefully, they’ll work it out,” said the source.

Earlier this month, another insider told the outlet that the Duke of Cambridge, 38, and his younger sibling, 35, have been in touch since the move.

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Britain’s Prince Harry (left) and older brother Prince William. (Photo by Tolga Akmen – WPA Pool / Getty Images)

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“William’s advised Harry to return to London or move elsewhere, somewhere safer,” claimed the source. “He’s concerned about his brother’s well-being and safety.”

The claims come just days after Robert Lacey said he has been “astonished” by what he has uncovered in his upcoming book about the brothers.

The author, who also serves as historical consultant to the hit Netflix series “The Crown,” is releasing a new book in October titled “Battle of Brothers: William and Harry – The Friendship and the Feuds,” which addresses “the unique and complex relationship at the heart of the royal family’s recent woes,” People magazine reported on Monday.

The book will also put the two brothers’ relationship into a historical context, exploring how the “heir” and the “spare” have impacted the British monarchy over the years.

“Much reported on but little understood, Diana’s boys have lived under constant scrutiny since birth,” reads the book’s synopsis, as revealed by the outlet.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 09: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9, 2020, in London, England. (Photo by Phil Harris – WPA Pool/Getty Images) (Photo by Phil Harris – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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“Raised to be the closest of brothers, the last 18 months have been a devastating breakdown of their once unbreakable bond,” it continued. “With an unrivaled knowledge of court life and access to impeccable sources, Robert Lacey investigates the untold reality of the brothers’ relationship, explaining what happened when two sons were raised for vastly different futures and showing how the seeds of damage were sown as their parents’ marriage unraveled.”

According to the outlet, the book also looks into how the relationship between the siblings has been impacted by their wives Kate Middleton and Markle.

“I have been astonished and sometimes moved to tears by the fresh details and insights I have discovered in researching this story of family conflict,” Lacey said in a press release. “It has been both enthralling and painful to trace this drama through the memories of close witnesses and some of the people most intimately involved.”

“These two brothers – once inseparable and now separated by much more than mere distance – have been acting out the contradictions that go back into their childhoods and even before that: into their parents’ ill-fated marriage,” he continued. “We have seen conflicts between heir and spare in every recent generation of the royal family — but nothing so profound as this.”

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend The Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House on March 05, 2020, in London, England.  (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage/Getty)

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Rumors of an alleged royal feud came to light in 2019, when British bestselling author Katie Nicholl claimed that since Markle, 38 and Harry announced their engagement in 2017, William grew increasingly worried for his brother and his whirlwind romance with the American actress.

“William was quite concerned that the relationship had moved so quickly,” Nicholl claimed in the TLC documentary “Kate V. Meghan: Princesses at War?”. “And being close to Harry, you know, probably the only person close enough to say to Harry, ‘This seems to be moving quickly. Are you sure?’ And I think what was meant as well intended brotherly advice just riled Harry.”

“Harry is hugely protective of Meghan,” Nicholl continued. “He saw that as criticism, he interpreted that as his brother not really being behind this marriage, this union. And I don’t think things have been quite right ever since.”

Harry hinted at an alleged rift with his older brother in last year’s ITV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.”

“Part of this role and part of this job, this family, being under the pressure that it’s under, inevitably stuff happens,” he said at the time. “But look, we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment but I’ll always be there for him and I know he’ll always be there for me.”

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Meghan Markle was nicknamed ‘Duchess of Difficult’ by palace aides for being ‘different,’ royal expert claims

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Before Meghan Markle stepped back as a senior member of the British royal family, the former American actress was reportedly nicknamed “Me-Gain” and “the Duchess of Difficult,” as she struggled behind palace doors, according to a royal expert.

British author Tom Quinn recently released a new book titled “Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle,” where he spoke to those who worked for the royals over the years. It was during his talks with palace insiders that Quinn learned the unflattering nicknames reportedly came from the staff — not the British tabloids.

“The nicknames, they’re inevitable,” Quinn told Fox News. “The British press are famously good at taking someone and building them up and saying they’re absolutely wonderful. And then when that story runs out of steam, they need something else. So they then come up with the opposite. They run that person down… The nicknames were picked up by the press and used against Meghan. They did, in fact, come from the palace.”

Quinn shared that some members of the staff felt the former “Suits” star was “too demanding” for a newcomer, ringing them up in the middle of the night and sending emails as early as 5 a.m. Some weren’t used to a royal who seemingly acted so differently, and she was even described as “spiky and feisty.”

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Meghan Markle was a Hollywood actress before she became a member of the British royal family. (Photo by Lars Niki/Corbis via Getty Images)

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“It was felt that she was demanding,” Quinn explained. “I think Meghan felt, ‘I’ve got to really do this. I’ve got to show them that I mean business.’ … I think there’s some truth in it, in the problem being that she’s so different. And so that inevitably made it more difficult from the outset for her to be accepted fully as part of the royal family. And the press is very powerful in Britain.”

“They loved Meghan initially and that actually made it easy for Meghan to feel that she was part of the family,” Quinn said. “But when they decided that story was boring… they emphasized she was difficult because of this difference.”

According to Quinn, criticism of the 38-year-old only worsened after she publicly spoke out against the British press. In the 2019 TV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey,” the Duchess of Sussex admitted she was unprepared for the ruthless tabloid scrutiny she would be subjected to after marrying into the royal family, despite dire warnings from her British friends when she first started dating Prince Harry, 35.

“I had no idea,” she said at the time. “Which probably sounds difficult to understand here, but when I first met my now-husband, my friends were really happy because I was so happy, but my British friends said to me, ‘I’m sure he’s great, but you shouldn’t do it because the British tabloids will destroy your life.’”

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Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visit District 6 Museum on Sep. 23, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.  (Getty)

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At the time, the couple had also taken legal action against certain British outlets for breach of privacy and phone-hacking.

“She should never try to explain herself,” Quinn said. “It just doesn’t work. Meghan constantly said, ‘All I want for the press is to be fair.’ Well, that’s so naive. That’s not what the press does. They’re not interested in being fair. The press is just interested in stirring up some fun. It can be painful.”

Quinn pointed out that throughout history, royals have followed one rule when it comes to the press: never complain, never explain.

“Unfortunately, the British press saw the very things that made Meghan different,” he said. “They quickly gave those things an unpleasant spin. The press initially was very unkind to Kate Middleton and her parents. They would describe how her mother Carol descended from the lowest of the low as she labored away in a very poor suburb of London. Now Carol is praised as a doting mother. But she never complained. She never said a word. And within a few days, the press moved on to something else. The same happened with Kate.”

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Kate Middleton at a state banquet in honor of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands in October 2018. (Getty)

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“And just like her mother, Kate didn’t say anything,” Quinn continued. “Since they didn’t respond, the press didn’t have anything to sink their teeth into. If the press says something unkind and you respond, then the anger becomes the story. Someone once [told me] it’s the price [these royals] pay for being paid millions every year by British taxpayers to live like 18th-century aristocrats.”

Despite Markle struggling to be fully accepted as a member of “The Firm,” Quinn said there’s no denying that her husband Harry, 35, has been supportive of his wife throughout their relationship.

“I think Harry has tried to be a calming influence,” he said. “But actually, at some level, Meghan works for Harry precisely because she is spiky and feisty. I think he’s very sympathetic to Meghan as she struggles with this new role.”

According to Quinn, Harry is unmistakably in love with Markle and also admires her ambition.

“Meghan’s a strong woman,” he said. “Famously, Harry said to someone, ‘What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.’ And so I think he fully supports her… He’s besotted by Meghan. And Harry definitely sides with Meghan.”

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend The Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House on March 05, 2020, in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty)

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The couple currently resides in Los Angeles with their son Archie, 1, where they aim to be financially independent, as well as carve out meaningful roles for themselves.

Quinn said while some palace staff members are said to be relieved by the move, others are worried about the couple’s next move. He shared that the royal family is adamant about having control over situations in case someone does anything “embarrassing” or puts them in a difficult situation.

The author said that while breaking free may feel liberating for the couple, the challenges they endured within the palace, especially when it came to coping with the press, may only continue to follow them.

“With Harry in the states, there’s a risk that he could say or do something which will reflect badly on the royal family,” Quinn said. “Going to the states is only the last leg in what looks like a desperate search for meaning. There’s a feeling in the royal family that they’re desperately searching for a role in life because they don’t have one.”

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In this Tuesday, July 10, 2018 file photo, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and Meghan the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry watch a flypast of Royal Air Force aircraft pass over Buckingham Palace in London.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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“The royal family is nervous,” he claimed. “You know, where will they go next? I’ve already heard that Harry’s not very happy in California, so they may go somewhere else. If you’ve been in the gilded cage, you might be free of it, which is what Harry and Meghan want to be free of. The sunlit uplands are suddenly there in front of you, but it’s not like that. It’s the same. Wherever you go, whatever sort of personality, whatever difficulty you have – you take those with you. And I don’t think Harry and Meghan realize that yet, but they probably will.”

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Netflix revives ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ with its original creators and ‘Stranger Things’ producers at the helm

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Unsolved Mysteries” is back and it’s returning with the same skin-crawling theme song many might remember.

The famed docuseries, which sheds light on cold cases, paranormal activities and bizarre happenings, will have a new home on Netflix and its revival will also see the return of original show creators Terry Dunn Meurer and John Cosgrove with assistance from producers of the streaming giant’s original series “Stranger Things,” according to People magazine.

On Tuesday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the series, which will debut next month, and per People, will follow six new cases and inexplicable events gathered from around the world.

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With the return, the series is said to be dropping 12 episodes in its comeback season that bring together components from the early era of “Unsolved Mysteries,” as well as some newer elements that aim to breathe fresh life into the title complete with character accounts and the classic style of storytelling fans of the show come to expect.

Meurer and Cosgrove called the show “life-changing” in a statement to People, adding that they were gratified “to know we’ve had an impact on people’s lives.”

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The show originally premiered as three specials on BNC back in 1985 and, to date, “Unsolved Mysteries” has helped solve more than 260 cases, including a 30-year old case just this spring.

Fans might recount the 1-800 phone number that appeared at the end of each episode soliciting tips from any viewers who might have had information pertaining to any specific case covered on the show. Meurer and Cosgrove said the tip line has evolved and viewers will now be directed to unsolved.com, and if applicable, a law enforcement agency.

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“Unsolved Mysteries’ will make its return via Netflix on July 1. (Netflix)

“We’ve staffed up to ensure that leads are quickly passed to the appropriate parties,” the producing pair told People.

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Other changes coming to the series will be immediately recognized by lifelong viewers. Older episodes featured four cases per show, whereas in the revival, each episode will focus on a single case “that is produced, directed, photographed, scored and edited at a high level,” according to “Stranger Things” executive producer and director Shawn Levy.

The new series will also go host-less as a nod to late former host Robert Stack, the “singular and irreplaceable presence” who died in May 2003 at age 84.

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“Above all, our aspiration was to make a new chapter worthy of his memory and of iconic contribution to this iconic series,” Levy said of the late host and “Untouchables” star.

New episodes of “Unsolved Mysteries” are set to be made available to stream come July 1 on Netflix.

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Bryce Dallas Howard shares the advice father Ron Howard gave her while making ‘Dads’ documentary

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Even Bryce Dallas Howard turns to her father for advice.

The 39-year-old actress recently made her feature film directorial debut with the Apple TV+ documentary “Dads,” focusing on modern fatherhood, which includes a glimpse into her own life with her father, Ron Howard.

Howard spoke to Fox News about how the film came to be and recalled her dad, an Oscar-winning director himself, offering up some advice.

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“I was open to sharing a more personal side to our family from the get-go because my grandfather had passed away and so much of his legacy was who he was as a father and a grandfather and a great-grandfather,” Howard recalled, noting that she found footage that she had previously filmed.

“My dad was like, ‘No. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Nobody wants to see the movie that is Bryce saying ‘I love my dad,”” she recalled her father saying. “I heard him, but while I was filming, I kept saying we need an expecting father. We need to see a father go through that transformation, going from not having a kid to having a kid.”

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Luckily for Howard, someone near and dear to her was a father-to-be: her brother.

“When I found out that my brother was gonna have a baby with his wife, I was like, ‘Would you be in my documentary?’ And they graciously said yes,” the “Jurassic World” star said. “It just made sense at that point [to include Ron], just if nothing else, to contextualize my brother’s story to include my grandfather and ultimately my dad.”

Bryce went on to say that she was inspired to make the film as a “product of generations of super devoted, committed, present fathers.”

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To make the film, Howard said that she turned to stand-up comedians — who she called “our modern-day philosophers” — and bloggers in order to celebrate “the modern dad.”

“Dads” is available to stream on Apple TV+.

Fox News’ Ashley Dvorkin contributed to this report

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Padma Lakshmi gets political on ‘Taste the Nation’: ‘I don’t think we should be threatened by immigration’

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Padma Lakshmi has plenty on her plate these days, and she couldn’t be prouder.

The longtime judge of Bravo’s “Top Chef” has created a new Hulu docu-series titled “Taste the Nation” where she also serves as host. The show aims to celebrate the food of American immigrants and indigenous people.

And the series hits close to home for the 49-year-old. Lakshmi is an Indian-America who came to the U.S. when she was just 4 years old.

“Taste the Nation” takes Lakshmi to the Texas border city of El Paso where she talks to locals about the wall. She travels to South Carolina to go crabbing and explore Gullah Geechee food. The star also heads to Las Vegas to spend time with Thai immigrants, as well as Arizona to get better acquainted with Native American ingredients – just to name a few. In each episode, Lakshmi consults with community leaders, such as former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, who gets candid about being bullied as a child.

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Lakshmi spoke to Fox News about what inspired her to launch a series like “Taste the Nation,” the reality of apple pie, as well as the people that truly fascinated her on this journey.

Fox News: What inspired you to launch a series like “Taste the Nation”?
Padma Lakshmi: Three and a half years ago, I started working with the ACLU. The American Civil Liberties Union is a nonpartisan organization that’s been around for 100 years just to fight for every American’s civil rights. And I got involved with them on the immigration issue as well as women’s rights issues. And it was really out of that work that I started being curious about other immigrants in this country.

I came here as an immigrant when I was 4 from India. And it bothered me that all of a sudden our attitude about immigrants was changing. Because to tell you the truth, immigrants really built this country. Whether they’re German immigrants who built the beer industry and built the whole processing of food, like Oscar Meyer, he was an immigrant. Or it’s the Thai people or the Mexican people. And all of these communities have come to our shores and have really contributed to the larger American culture.

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That to me is why America is so cool because it’s a combination, in a way, of the best of all of these cultures that live here. I wanted to look at these cultures because often they don’t get a chance to talk about their own food, the food we all love on a big main platform. And I thought it was time we heard from the sources.

Fox News: When we think of traditional American food, hot dogs, hamburgers and apple pie come to mind. What’s the reality?
Lakshmi: Not one ingredient in an apple pie is actually from North America. Not the cinnamon, not the lard or butter, not the milled flour, not even the apples in that apple pie that you just mentioned. Hot dogs, they come here from Germany. So do hamburgers. That’s why they’re called hamburgers, from Hamburg, and frankburgers from Frankfurt. But they’ve become ubiquitous as American food because of the contributions that immigrants have made.

Oscar Meyer came here and he figured out how to wrap food in plastic and ship it to different parts of the country without it spoiling. And because he did that, he was able to proliferate the enjoyment of German specialties all over the country. So it’s very possible that if Oscar Meyer was Chinese, we’d all be considering a whole other different, maybe egg rolls would be all-American. And to me, a lot of Americans eat lots of egg rolls too.

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So it was just being open-eyed about who we are as Americans and looking at our history and learning from it. The food is really just an excuse to get to know the people. And I thoroughly enjoy traveling all over this country. It’s such a beautiful country with such diversity, not only in people but just in the landscape. And when I look at the show now, it seems like a lifetime ago, even though it was just last summer that I filmed it.

Fox News: You’ve met a lot of fascinating people from all different walks of life. Which community or individual really captivated you or even surprised you and why?
Lakshmi: I was surprised every day at work. There was so much that I learned just in doing the research for this show that frankly I should have known already. I am a product of the U.S. public school system, I grew up here. And yet there’s so much about the Native American community that I never learned about. Like the Trail of Tears and the origin of fry bread or the Gullah Geechee people that are descendants from West African and slave people.

They didn’t just come here and cook with scraps that they got from their master’s table. They came here with food knowledge that was pretty robust and vast. In fact, they are the ones who knew about rice cultivation. They knew about creating a rice patty that would drain and fill appropriately with the seasons. And they came here and they were sought after because of their agricultural knowledge.

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A banjo, something we think of as very American, was brought here by African slaves. Benne seeds, which are really sesame seeds, were brought here by them. All of these things. And when you look at southern red rice, it is so clearly related to Nigerian jollof rice, but we never think of it that way.

Fox News: How important was it to also explore the culinary contributions made by African-Americans?
Lakshmi: I wanted to look at the contributions of African-Americans to the American food scene independent of their colonial masters because while they’re not immigrants, they are here as a result of forced migration. And I thought that that was really interesting, that they came here with all these African traditions that we don’t really talk about.

I think we should talk about it. I don’t think we should be threatened by immigration. I think we should have embraced it, we should celebrate it, because the many faces of who Americans are is, to me, what makes this country super interesting and super cool. Whether it’s food, music, movies, literature, sports, all of it, it’s just elevated and more sophisticated. And that, to me, is why America is actually a dominant force in the world.

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Fox News: What do you hope Americans will get from this series?
Lakshmi: I’m hoping that the show will provide some comfort to people at this moment when we’re not really traveling. Hopefully, they can travel vicariously through the show and hopefully, it’ll make them curious about some of their neighbors, maybe it’ll make them more open to just say, “Hi,” and get to know your neighbors. I’m hoping that this will bring people together at a time when we’re so polarized in this country.

I think we need to talk to each other as human beings and as people, not as Republicans or Democrats, not in a red state or a blue state, just as Americans all wanting the same thing, which is peace, harmony, and for our families to flourish.

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“Taste the Nation” is available for streaming. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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New documentary highlights the forced sterilization of women in California prison

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In the depths of Central California Women’s maximum-security prison, hundreds of the incarcerated women have had to undergo forced sterilizations, according to a new documentary shown last week as the opener to the Human Rights Watch (HRW) Film Festival.

Forced sterilization is defined as the involuntary medical “process or act that renders as individual incapable of sexual reproduction” and a grave human rights violation still occurring in many pockets around the world.

Erika Cohn’s “Belly of the Beast” documentary states it occurred in the United States up until at least 2013.

The HRW film festival was a digital event this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The exposé highlights the irreversible injustices women who were made to undergo the procedure – called tubal ligation – now grapple with, and it underscores the glaring “lack of resources, attention and interest” inadequately dealing with the fallout.

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​“Belly of the Beast” traces the story of one woman who was involuntarily sterilized at the California facility and teams up with lawyer Cynthia Chandler to bring a national spotlight to the issue. (Belly of the Beast/Erika Cohn)

Due to the remote location in the dead center of California‘s desert terrain, reproductive and human rights violations transpiring inside the Central California Women’s prison go mostly unnoticed, Cohn pointed out. She also noted that the procedure primarily targets women of color.

“It is pretty shocking that modern-day eugenics are still happening,” Cohn told Fox News. “We calculated that 1,400 sterilization procedures happened between 1997 and 2013, and there is not a lot of information on what was medically necessary.”

“Belly of the Beast” traces the story of Kelli Dillon, one of the women who said she was involuntarily sterilized at the California facility. She has teamed up with lawyer Cynthia Chandler to bring a national spotlight to the issue and stop the violations through investigations into crimes against women.

The duo maneuver in and out of courtrooms, fighting a system in which few believed such a practice still reigned and contending with the counter-argument from doctors and prison officials that the medical procedure was for the betterment of the individual.

“The invisibility of people in women’s prisons is emblematic of a lack of value placed on the health and well-being of women and transgender people of color and impoverished people of all races,” Chandler explained.

The case was given further credence several years ago following an in-depth probe by the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), which found that almost 150 women underwent tubal ligations in California prisons between 2004 and 2013. The center further exposed that “medical staffers at two prisons that housed pregnant women targeted individuals for sterilization who they deemed likely to return to prison. The medical staff had many of the women sign consent forms, causing a debate about the limitations of consent for incarcerated people once the practice was exposed.”

The issue of consent sits at the heart of the debate. And it is not only California that has come under scrutiny over the matter in recent years.

In April 2018, a bipartisan bill to ensure Tennessee prisoners are no longer urged to undergo sterilization if they want to spend less time behind bars passed in the state legislature. The move came less than a year after a White County judge signed an order “allowing inmates to get out of jail 30 days early if they agreed to free vasectomies or long-acting birth-control implants.”

“Dozens of inmates took the deal, according to at least one of several federal civil rights lawsuits filed as a result of the order,” the Associated Press reported at the time.

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Unconsented sterilization started in the United States more than 110 years ago in what was known as the “1907 Indiana Eugenics Law,” when at least 30 state governments sanctioned the procedure as a form of eugenics to stamp out those deemed to have “undesirable traits” such as disabilities, mental illness, criminal records, or specific ethnic or racial backgrounds.

Over the ensuing decades, some 60,000 Americans are believed to have undergone the procedure until the legislation was steadily eliminated in the late 1970s. However, “Belly of the Beast” claims the practice did not precisely end when its legal justification did.

Six years ago, a California state auditor condemned officials on both federal and state levels after an investigation corroborated reporting that around one-third of the illegal surgeries and violations of the state’s informed consent law had been breached.

In 27 cases, the inmate’s physician did not ink the mandated consent form affirming that the required waiting period had been endured and that the patient was mentally competent and understood the indelible impact of the procedure.

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(Belly of the Beast/Erika Cohn)

In some cases, physicians falsified the consent forms, indicating the proper waiting period had passed when it clearly had not. The audit also said the “true number” of illegal procedures might be higher, noting that it had found seven cases at one hospital for which health records were lost in a routine purging.

“This report concludes that during our eight-year audit period, 144 female inmates were sterilized by a procedure known as bilateral tubal ligation, a surgery generally performed for the sole purpose of sterilization,” the report from the California auditor’s office stated. “State regulations impose informed consent requirements that must be met before a woman can be sterilized; however, Corrections and the Receiver’s Office sometimes failed to ensure that inmates’ consent for sterilization was lawfully obtained.”

It continued: “Among these 39 inmates were six who were sterilized following violations of both these requirements. Although neither Corrections nor the Receiver’s Office’s employees actually performed the sterilization procedures, we concluded that they had a responsibility to ensure that the informed consent requirements were followed in those instances in which their employees obtained inmates’ consent, which was the case for at least 19 of the 39 inmates.”

Although the practice was already illegal, in September of 2014, then-Gov. Jerry Brown went on to sign stricter legislation on the matter, prohibiting the sterilizations of inmates “as a means of birth control in correctional facilities except for when a patient’s life is in danger or when there is a medical need and no less drastic alternatives are available.”

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While some states such as North Carolina and Virginia have passed reparation bills and provided financial compensation to those illegally sterilized in decades past, Cohn insisted that the conversation is still one punctured by shame and silence. And there are likely to be many more women, Cohn asserted, who have undergone the procedure and may not even be aware.

“The ramifications and trauma of this are life long. These women have been denied the basic human right of the right to a family, and they are forced to carry this shame and trauma,” Cohn added. “And they’re the ones who know; there are many more out there who still don’t know this is what happened to them.”

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Charlton Heston’s son says ‘The Ten Commandments’ star ‘believed in the Constitution,’ ‘wanted to protect it’

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Fraser Heston is determined not to let the work of his father, Charlton Heston, be forgotten with time.

The movie star, who appeared in some 100 films in his 60-year acting career, passed away in 2008 at age 84. Today, Charlton is still celebrated for his role as Moses in Cecil B. DeMille epic biblical film, 1956’s “The Ten Commandments,” as well as astronaut George Taylor in the sci-fi hit 1968’s “Planet of the Apes.” Despite his Hollywood fame, Charlton viewed himself as a proud patriot and conservative who had no qualms being elected vice president of the NRA in 1997, the New York Times reported. His son insisted there are still misconceptions about that side of his father’s life that still exist today.

Heston, who is currently working on a documentary about the film icon’s life titled “Charlton Heston – The Man in the Arena,” spoke to Fox News about what it was like growing up with Charlton, how he really felt about “The Ten Commandments,” his controversial support for the NRA, as well as the secret behind his decadeslong marriage to photographer Lydia Clarke Heston.

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Charlton Heston and his son in ‘Ten Commandments.’ (Photo by George Silk/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images)

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Fox News: When did you realize that your father was different from other dads?
Fraser Heston: My dad was very much aware of — I wouldn’t say a celebrity — but a successful actor. That’s the way he looked at it. He was aware of the good fortune he had. I always knew we didn’t exactly have a normal upbringing. In “The Ten Commandments” I was baby Moses. When I was born, the first telegram that arrived was from Cecil B. DeMille saying “Congratulations, he’s got the part.” There are still a couple of “Ten Commandments” survivors out there, but I’m the youngest!

Fox News: We, of course, know of Charlton Heston the movie star. But what was Charlton Heston the dad like at home?
Heston: I often say we won the parents lottery. Both of my parents were wonderful. They came from the Greatest Generation stock in the Midwest. They were wonderfully loving, reasonable, understanding and tolerant parents. They were really excited about culture, art, travel, theater, movies photography and literature — all the things they proudly introduced to us as a family. When my dad passed away, he left behind a library of about 5,000 books. I have many of them in my study and I still haven’t read them all.

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Charlton Heston was a devoted family man, says his son Fraser. (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston)

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There was hardly a dinner that would go by without someone running off to the library to grab a dictionary, the Bible, or a Shakespeare book to solve an argument or prove a point. My mom was the adventurous one and my dad was the guy who wanted to stay in his wonderful home, play tennis with his friends, read a great book, listen to music or just go to the movies. That was an ideal weekend for him. My mother, on the other hand, wanted to go off into the world, climb pyramids, explore archeological ruins, explore jungles and climb glaciers. My mom was Indiana Jones.

‘BEWITCHED’ STAR ERIN MURPHY RECALLS HOW SERIES ADDRESSED RACISM: IT ‘WAS JUST A BEAUTIFUL CONCEPT’

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Charlton Heston and his son on the set of 1961’s ‘El Cid.’ (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston)

ANNA MAY WONG, FEATURED IN NETFLIX’S ‘HOLLYWOOD,’ IS FINALLY GETTING SOME JUSTICE, TCM HOST ALICIA MALONE SAYS

Fox News: Your parents were married for 65 years. What was their secret?
Heston: My dad used to say, “The secret is that you have to be a great husband.” [laughs] But I think they were just dedicated to being wonderful spouses to each other. Did they have their arguments? Of course. My mother was once asked in an interview if she ever contemplated divorce. She said, “Divorce? Never. Murder? Often.” [laughs] I think they just worked at it. They knew it was important to the family. They loved their home, their family and just being married to each other. They really loved each other and I think that’s a great start. A marriage takes work. It’s not easy. But they were dedicated to each other.

BERT LAHR’S DAUGHTER SAYS ‘THE WIZARD OF OZ’ ACTOR WAS ‘A SWEET HERMIT WHO DIDN’T TALK TOO MUCH’

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American actor Charlton Heston on the set of ‘The Ten Commandments.’ (Photo by Paramount Pictures/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

‘MUNSTERS’ STAR BUTCH PATRICK REACTS TO HERMAN MUNSTER’S SPEECH GOING VIRAL: ‘IT’S TIMELESS’

Fox News: How did your father feel about playing Moses in “The Ten Commandments”?
Heston: He knew it was an iconic role not only for him but in Hollywood history. It was one of the most successful films of all time. He always knew how lucky he was to get that part. It was a huge moment in his career.

He knew how much that film meant to fans over the years and he never took that for granted. He was always grateful he had that chance to prove himself as an actor. And even after that movie, he continued to reinvent himself. … I think dad was actually a little jealous of Cary Grant. [laughs] [Dad] said, “He gets to play roles where he’s wearing beautiful clothes, standing in beautiful rooms, talking to beautiful women. And I’m out here stuck in the mud and blood with a sword.”

DUKE ELLINGTON’S GRANDDAUGHTER EXPLAINS WHY HE REFUSED TO RETIRE: ‘THAT URGENCY NEVER LEFT HIM’

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Charlton Heston and Linda Harrison on the set of ‘Planet of the Apes.’ (Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

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Fox News: What about “Planet of the Apes”?
Heston: He was very proud of that film. It was a groundbreaking film for its time and a groundbreaking role for dad. They just weren’t making a lot of science fiction films in Hollywood at that time, so it was a daring project. He helped to develop that project and the crew was very determined to have the best makeup artist, the most realistic prosthetics and the finest actors to bring this very unique story to life. That was terribly important to them. And it shows, even to this day. George Lucas was recently quoted as saying he might not have been able to make “Star Wars” if it weren’t for “Planet of the Apes.”

Fox News: Your father world with many beautiful screen sirens like Marlene Dietrich and Sophia Loren. Which star surprised him the most and why?
Heston: Whenever he was asked that he would always say he didn’t want to single out any co-worker, male or female. Otherwise, he would make one friend and half a dozen enemies. He had great respect for fellow actors. But he never tolerated lateness from an actor or actress. He took his work very seriously.

He believed it was important to come to set not just knowing your lines, but with a performance in mind. He always thought to work in movies was such a privilege and these actors are getting so much money for, it, so it always baffled him if he felt someone was irresponsible about it. He just couldn’t bear it. To make a movie, be alongside such amazing talent and earn more money than you know what to do with it was a great privilege, so it was ridiculous to be late.

MARILYN MONROE WAS DARING TO GO NUDE IN LAST FILM ‘SOMETHING’S GOT TO GIVE’ FOR THIS REASON, PHOTOGRAPHER SAYS

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Charlton Heston and Fraser Heston spending time together. (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston)

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He worked with Vanessa Redgrave, someone who greatly disagreed with him politically. And even though they didn’t agree on the same things politically, they along great on set because they were dedicated to the craft. Sure, they discussed and argued, but they approached acting with professionalism.

Fox News: It’s no secret your father was a proud supporter of the NRA. In your opinion, are there any misconceptions about your father’s support that still exist today?
Heston: He wasn’t a gun nut. He did not have a basement full of machine guns as he’s been depicted on the Internet. He was simply an American patriot. He served his country in World War II and he wanted to do more to protect this nation. He marched to Washington with Martin Luther King. He was a great supporter of civil rights. He went to Vietnam two or three times on the front lines just to greet the guys who were in the foxholes. When he came home, he called every single soldier he met. He phoned every one of those families.

Every once in a while, I still meet those who spoke to dad. They always say how much it meant to them for dad to reach out when not everyone was supporting our troops during that time. He never wanted those who fought for our country to be forgotten. As far as the NRA goes, he felt he was taking a stand for the Constitution, not just for the Second Amendment. He felt we needed to defend our Constitution and our rights.

PEGGY LEE’S GRANDDAUGHTER SAYS ‘MUSIC BECAME HER ESCAPE FROM A GRIM REALITY’ BEFORE FINDING FAME

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Charlton Heston at a Vietnam hospital. (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston)

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I believe that was his real motivation, to protect our country. It had nothing to do with being a gun nut. He was socially very liberal. He was very tolerant. He believed in the Constitution and wanted to protect it. He believed that all men and women are created equal. He believed our country needed to live, grow and breathe as a free society. He believed that America was the hope of the world and wanted to preserve that. It all comes down to freedom.

Fox News: Did your father ever talk to you about his conversations with Dr. Martin Luther King?
Heston: He always told us how important civil rights is in our country. He never let us forget that. Again, it goes back to his belief in the Constitution. … He always felt we had work today and clearly, the world still has work to do.

Fox News: How important was it for your father to use his celebrity as a platform to share his beliefs?
Heston: That’s exactly how he viewed his celebrity. He knew he had a platform. He had a microphone. He supported what he felt was best for our country. He did support Democrats by the way, from time to time. As a celebrity, he knew he had an advantage and he was a good communicator. He also had an audience, one that would show up if he had something to say. … He saw himself as a leader in his fictionalized roles, as well as his real life. That’s no coincidence that he was good at both.

‘NIP/TUCK’ STAR KELLY CARLSON SAYS SHE LEFT HOLLYWOOD TO SUPPORT HUSBAND’S NAVY CAREER

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American actor Charleton Heston (1923 – 2008) (left) and singer Harry Belafonte (right, with a button on his lapel), writer James Baldwin (1924 – 1987) (center left) talks with actor Marlon Brando (1924 – 2004) in the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington DC, August 28, 1963. The march and rally provided the setting for the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr’s iconic ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

‘M*A*S*H’ STAR ALAN ALDA RECALLS BATTLING POLIO AS CHILD, JOKES PARENTS ‘HAD TO TORTURE ME THEMSELVES’

Fox News: Are there any fun facts about your dad that would surprise fans today?
Heston: He didn’t like email. [laughs] He would call and ask, “Do I have email on my computer?” I would tell him, “No, Dad, we haven’t signed you up for it, but it’s easy to do. I can do it in five minutes.” He said, “No, no, that’s fine. I just wanted to make sure we didn’t have it.” He was a humorous guy. He loved telling funny stories and practical jokes. … He would actually do his own little comic strips and he’d mailed them to us. So every few days, we would get an envelope full of funny stuff from him. I always thought that was charming and wonderful.

‘KNIGHT RIDER’ STAR REBECCA HOLDEN SAYS TO ‘GIVE MEANING AND PURPOSE’ TO THE SACRIFICES OF FALLEN SOLDIERS

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Charlton Heston and Fraser Heston on the set of 1990’s ‘Treasure Island.’ (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston   ​​​)

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Fox News: What do you hope readers will get from your father’s legacy today?
Heston: I hope they will be enthusiastic about going back and looking at some of his other work, not just “The Ten Commandments” or “Planet of the Apes.” He was an artist and he felt this urgency to express himself, not just on set or a stage, but in his everyday life. I hope they would look at his work in civil rights. He became involved with it very early on and had conversations with Dr. Martin Luther King. He was a very complex, interesting individual.

‘LEAVE IT TO BEAVER’ STAR JERRY MATHERS REACTS TO CO-STAR KEN OSMOND’S DEATH: ‘I WILL GREATLY MISS HIM’

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Charlton Heston and Fraser Heston on the set of 1996’s ‘Alaska.’ (Copyright Agamemnon Films/Photo by Lydia Clarke Heston)

KATHARINE HEPBURN ENJOYED HER SECLUSION AWAY FROM HOLLYWOOD, CHILDHOOD PAL SAYS: ‘SHE WAS JUST ONE OF US’

He went to Oklahoma where there was a lot of civil unrest and policemen were using dogs and fire hoses. He stood up for civil rights because he believed in it. In regards to his political work, you can choose to agree or disagree with it. He always believed you can have a political viewpoint and still admire the human being. But first and foremost, he was a wonderful father. I hope to be the kind of man that he was someday to my son Jack, who is also in the film business. I hope he can look back on our relationship and view it in the same way I view my father’s.

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