Willie Loomis


Did chronic ne’er-do-well Willie Loomis (John Karlen) really expect to discover the “Collins Family Jewels” hidden away in the crypt at Eagle Hill Cemetery? It was his shame for unleashing Barnabas Collins on an unsuspecting Collinsport that would end up being hidden. The male vampire’s prospective wound on Willie’s neck was simply too man-sexy for daytime television of the era, so it was inflicted on his wrist instead. The ultimate karmic punishment for opening the Pandora’s Box of television gothic horror, however, was 124 episodes spent as Harvey, long-suffering husband of Tyne Daly on Cagney & Lacey


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