Robert wyatt at last i am free strange fruit - Jane Wyatt Interview | Archive of American Television


"You have to give an awful lot to be actor. You have to be awfully strong physically, really, it's a tough grind. Because these hours are terribly long. And also the disappointments are so huge. You might be on the top of the heap and then all of the sudden, boom, you don't get another job. It's very hard to take, truly it is."

By 1874, he had arrived in the cattle boomtown of Wichita, Kansas , where his brother had opened a brothel. On April 21, 1875, he was appointed to the Wichita police force and developed a solid reputation as a lawman. In April 1876, he was dismissed from the Wichita police after he was fined $30 for an altercation with a political opponent of his boss. [3] In 1876, he followed his brother James to Dodge City, Kansas , where he became an assistant city marshal. In winter 1878, he went to Texas to track down an outlaw and met John "Doc" Holliday , whom Earp later credited with saving his life.

Prior to entering Parliament, Wyatt served as senior public servant in the fields of Aboriginal health and education. [6] He has held positions as Director of the WA Office of Aboriginal Health as well as a similar post with NSW Health. [8] He was also previously Director of Aboriginal Education with the WA Department of Education. [8]


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