Back when I attended the Los Angeles Theatre Academy, I was often typecast as a young, goody two-shoes. At the time, that didn't sit well with me since I was seeking to broaden my skills and range as an actor. However, many of the roles I was given were wonderful parts nonetheless. And what was really cool about portraying the role of Edmond Pendergast in "Good Morning Miss Vickers" was that he was a ghost. It was a sign of things to come as I now play the ghoulish television horror host Sicko-Psychotic on the Super Shock Show. What I remember about this production was that I enjoyed working with writer-director Stephen Levi... and oddly enough, I recall much of the stage blocking. The play was published by Samuel French, Inc. and I was credited as Jimmy Childs in the publication.