Gary Sandy from 'WKRP in Cincinnati' Is Handsome at 73 and Still Appears in Theatrical Productions
At 73, Gary Sandy, from the classic "WKRP in Cincinnati" is as handsome as ever, and maintains an active lifestyle, and career.
Gary Sandy embodies the saying "Aging like a fine wine," and at 73, he is energetic, active, and looks as handsome as he did from back in the day. His Facebook account has a lot of photos of his good looks, and his followers appreciate it.
73 AND HANDSOME
In one of his posts, Sandy, posing in front of a statue, imitated its pose. He looked dapper in a fitted black T-shirt, white pants, dark sunglasses, and white laced footwear. The actor posed with his hands in his pockets and looked every inch like a "James Bond" character.
In another, taken on January 1st, the actor looked handsome sporting a dark T-shirt, sunglasses, and his gray hair neatly combed back. He wrote alongside it,
"I am sitting here, reflecting on all the fond memories of 2018… somehow it seems like only yesterday."
A LONG ROAD TRIP DOES NOT CHANGE ANYTHING
When Sandy is not posing in front of statues and relaxing by the beachside, he takes long road trips, sometimes driving for 1, 000 miles, and despite looking like a "Wild hombre," he still comes off as handsome. The actor also uses his Facebook account to show off his dramatic looks.
In a 2016 post, he dressed as an English gentleman, while promoting the play "After the Song," and in another, he held a newspaper, which he peered at through a reading glass used by aristocratic gentlemen. The posts are testaments that Sandy is keeping busy, and still taking on roles as he advances in age.
NO PLANS TO STOP
Born on Christmas Day in 1945, the Ohio native began acting on Television, the first being the Daytime drama, "As the World Turns." After that, he took up villainous roles in "Another World," "Somerset," and "The Secret Storm." Sandy got his breakout role with "WKRP in Cincinnati," as the program director.
The actor also starred in "All That Glitters," "Murder, She Wrote," and in theater, he appeared in "Bye Bye Birdie," and "Saturday, Sunday, Monday."
Based on his website, Sandy has starred in over a hundred theatrical productions. From all indications, he does not plan to stop soon and will keep going until he can't.