An Epic True Love Story that Began In Laguna Beach
February 8th at 7:30pm please join us at the Artists Theartre - Laguna Beach High School
An American Adventurer who embraced life with a spirit of optimism and perseverance.
John Weld was a man of many hats. During the peak of Hollywood’s Golden Era, John came to Hollywood at age 18 and became a stuntman after performing a 135 ft. dive from a cliff for the film, “The Folly of Vanity”. He went on to have a prolific stunt career performing high-risk stunts for the likes of Laurel and Hardy, John Barrymore, Charlie Chaplin and Tom Mix. A chance meeting with famed gossip columnist Louella Parsons lead John into a career of journalism, working for the New York Herald in Paris. While in Paris he interviewed and wrote stories about influential Americans including aviator Charles Lindbergh, industrialist Henry Ford and future president, Franklin Roosevelt.