CLIVE APPEARANCES FROM THE OCEANVIEW NEWSLETTER The following event is at Beverly Hills' Planet Hollywood @ 3pm on Feb. 25th... Here's the list of soap stars: (From Soap Opera News) **FYI- The listing mentioned nothing about price, but if it's anything like it was in NY at Television City's Soap Opera Appearence, you had to purchase a meal in order to enter and meet them... so bring your wallet just in case... ~*~*~*~*~*~*~* DAYS: Julianne Morris Kevin Spirtas Patrika Darbo B&B: Mick Cain Adrienne Frantz (ex-Tiffany SB) Jacob Young GH: Brad Maule Mary Beth Evans SUN: Susan Ward Clive Robertson Dominique Jennings ~NEW~ March 7th- Jason George, Kathleen Noone, Cristi Harris, Sarah Buxton and Clive Robertson will appear at Santa Anita Park (California) for its first Soap Opera Day beginning at 12:30pm.
August 11, 1998 (Los Angeles, CA) - Clive Robertson, who stars as Ben Evans on Aaron Spellings television series "Sunset Beach" on NBC announced his engagement to Australian television and film actress Libby Purvis. He proposed to her on Sunday, August 9th. The two have been an item for four years. They met in Robertson's native England when both were studying drama in London. The two started dating about a year later and relocated to the Los Angeles Area in 1996 when Robertson landed a lead role on Aaron Spelling's first daytime drama, Sunset Beach. "I actually tried to propose three times over the span of the last week,but the circumstances were not quite perfect," admits Robertson. Last weekend he took her to Santa Barbara with the intention of asking her hand in marriage. He chartered a yacht for the afternoon then took her out to a five star restaurant for an elegant dinner. "When the time came it just wasn't quite right," says Robertson. Knowing he had already planned a surpriseromantic getaway to New Orleans for the following weekend, he elected to wait for the right moment. The couple went to the Commanders Palace for dinner in the Garden District. As is turns out the coupled ended up at bad table in the smoking section."Having just ordered the best champagne, once again I was thinking to myself 'there has got to be a better setting' so I balked again." The following morning, in their romantic corner suite in a charming 1830's hotel in the French Quarter, Robertson finally proposed. "I had no idea all of this was going on behind the scenes," admitted Purvis."We are both very excited," added Robertson. The two have not yet set a date. "We have friends and family scattereD across several continents. This will be a hard wedding tO plan, but we are looking forward to it." ROMANTIC IN REAL LIFE TOO