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I had the pleasure of being an extra on one of the Walker Texas Ranger episodes years ago and got to meet him and the rest of the cast. Whenever there was a break in filming he was out talking to the kids that were there watching. He really is a real nice guy.
 
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I had the pleasure of being an extra on one of the Walker Texas Ranger episodes years ago and got to meet him and the rest of the cast. Whenever there was a break in filming he was out talking to the kids that were there watching. He really is a real nice guy.
That's pretty cool. I would like to meet him some day too. He has become quite the patriot over the last few years.
 

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How many push ups can Chuck Norris do?























All of Them!
 

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The original title for Alien vs. Predator was Alien and Predator vs Chuck Norris. The film was cancelled shortly after going into preproduction. No one would pay nine dollars to see a movie fourteen seconds long.
 

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Chuck is a great guy. While living in Dallas in the early 90's I was fortunate to be able to be an extra in 24 episodes of Walker, Texas Ranger. Some I got to do with my wife, who was in 30 episodes. Made a little money but had a real blast. Family enjoyed seeing us on TV. The cast and crew were always nice. Crew was especially fun to be around. Some egos of course but still very approachable always. Got an official logo cast & crew ballcap which is a prized possession.
 

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lol...glad I wasn't drinking anything when I read that...I would've sprayed the monitor for sure...
 

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On the episode in which I was an extra, the only actor that wasnt friendly was the one that played 'Trevett'. I was told that was because he stayed 'in character'. For instance, in scenes where the handguns werent needed and were supposedly concealed, he always wore his. The most friendly was the actor that played the retired Texas Ranger that owned the bar. I am embarresed to say I cant remember his name, but I remember in real life he lived in East Texas.
 

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On the episode in which I was an extra, the only actor that wasnt friendly was the one that played 'Trevett'. I was told that was because he stayed 'in character'. For instance, in scenes where the handguns werent needed and were supposedly concealed, he always wore his. The most friendly was the actor that played the retired Texas Ranger that owned the bar. I am embarresed to day I can remember his name, but I remember in real life he lived in East Texas.
Noble Willingham. I like him as an actor.

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Great show...most of the really good ones are gone, sadly...
 
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