Mr. Joe Morton
“Turn Me Loose” Until July 17 2016
c/o Westside Theatre
407 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Dear Mr. Morton,
My name is Matt Winick and I’m a fan of your acting career. My favorite tv shows that you played in were Equal Justice, Challenger (television film), Eureka, and narrating The American Experience. In Equal Justice, I enjoyed watching the series because I enjoyed the plot of the show about lives of different district attorneys in Pennsylvania and seeing how they prosecute cases. Mr. Morton, I thought you did a great job playing a Prosecutor Mike James because I liked on how you made him have a powerful argument on different cases and how you made Prosecutor James have a mix balance between personal feelings about the case while bringing justice to the victims. Another show that I liked was Eureka. Eureka was another favorite tv show because I enjoyed the plot of the show where a U.S. Marshall accidently travels to Eureka where he becomes a sheriff of the town where he meets different people including scientist where they work to protect Eureka from being damaged by disasters including some scientific problem. In Eureka, I really thought you did an excellent job portraying Dr. Henry Deacon because I liked on how you made Dr. Deacon have an unique interest in science by using some sense of humor and making him a great character to help Sheriff Jack Carter find ways to protect Eureka from dangerous things. In American Experience, my favorite narrations that you did were Stephen Foster, Lost in the Grand Canyon, Building the Alaskan Highway, Grand Central, The Nuremberg Trials, Minik The Lost Eskimo, John Brown’s Holy War, and The Bombing of Germany. I really think that you did such a great job narrating these documentaries because I like on how you make historical events interesting, have a great balance of explaining famous people’s lives while express a unique interest in the subject.
I have a strong interest in studying and learning U.S. history because I like to learn about how famous people or people with different background work hard to shape society, the need to advance on Civil Rights to help protect people who are different from being discriminated, protect the environment from pollution, understand the need to help the poor including middle class along with youth on getting the care they need, and many others. Another reason I like studying and learning U.S. History and famous people’s lives with their work because these things inspire me to work hard on my disability which is Autism. Having Autism is hard for me because I struggle on comprehending on learning different subjects including new things, sometimes I struggle on communicating my thought, and get teased. Your narration in the American Experience documentaries really helped me continue being motivated to learn U.S. History and it helped me be able to comprehend on learning the material. You really inspired me to continue to pursue my interest in learning U.S. History, watching different documentaries to help expand my learning, and visiting museums along with historical sites or memorials to help me learn more about how people or inventions or people from different background made an influence. Also your work as an actor really got me to be interest in watching tv shows that you play in.
Mr. Morton, I strongly believe that you really make a great difference in acting in different tv shows because you do such a great job making your character have unique traits. Also I strongly believe that you really do such a great job narrating history documentaries because you do such a great job making stories, historical events, and famous people’s lives very interesting to learn and help people like me understand more about it. You have truly made a great impact on me to continue being motivated to learn U.S. History including famous people, work hard on Autism, and to be a fan of your work as an actor and narrator. Your narration really helped me improve my comprehension. I was wondering fi you could please give me advice how to improve communication. Here is a picture of me as a gift to you to keep for inspiring me with making a great impact on me. Also here is $5 as a gift to you to donate to fund the arts or history to make them a better place. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, making great achievements in your acting career, and inspiring me. I wish you well to continue your role on Broadway “Turn Me Loose”