- Tom. born 1963, Scottish athlete: European 800 metres gold medallist (1990)
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McKean looks so fragile and world-weary as he speaks in his Chicago accent, he seems to require rescue.
“I really like working with this guy,” says McKean, sitting with Hill in a dressing room before a preview matinee.
Hill shoves McKean in the shoulder; McKean bellows, “Not to believe a word this guy says!”
Off-stage as well, McKean and Hill seem bound together, confronting the pressures of the high-profile New York opening as a unit.
“Being human in part is being slammed down occasionally,” McKean says.
Joan set herself to make McKean talk, and after a time succeeded.All Roads Lead to Calvary
Jerome K. Jerome
But for this calamity we might have lost McKean Buchanan from the stage.Roughing It
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
So far as McKean was concerned, his predictions were fulfilled.Wilford Woodruff
Matthias F. Cowley
Judge McKean and his coadjutors, however, continued their lawless course.The Life of John Taylor
B. H. Roberts
Mr. McKean informed him by express of the approaching crisis.Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution
L. Carroll Judson