This poetry collection is fondly dedicated to the entire CAST and CREW of Beauty and the Beast (2012). Thank you to all for giving us one of the most awesome series ever to grace our television screens; and for four seasons of beautiful memories.
Jay Ryan (Vincent Keller), Kristen Kreuk (Catherine Chandler), Austin Basis (JT Forbes), Nina Lisandrello (Tess Vargas) and Nicole Gale Anderson (Heather Chandler).
Also past cast members and guest stars: Max Brown (Evan Marks), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Gabe Lowan), Brian White (Joe Bishop), Bridget Regan (Alex Salter), Rob Stewart (Thomas Chandler), Ted Whittall (Bob Reynolds), Amber Skye Noyes (Tori Windsor), Elisabeth Röhm (FBI Special Agent Dana Landon), Tom Everett Scott (Sam Landon), Anthony Ruivivar (Agent Henry Knox), Annie Ilonzeh (Beth Bowman), Christian Keyes (Darius Bishop), Brennan Brown (Chief Ward), Michael Roark (Kyle Johnson), Jason Gedrick (Liam Cullen), Marc Singer (Peter Braxton), Natasha Henstridge (Agent Carol Hall), Alan Van Sprang (Agent Bob Hall) and many more who have appeared briefly.
Among the most memorable one-show characters for me include: Bryan Dechart (Aaron Keller),
Jayne Eastwood (Sandy), Max Schneider (Jake Riley), Saul Rubinek (De. Glenroy) and Peter Wingfield (Beast Hunter). (Peter Wingfield has been a favourite of mine since he portrayed the legendary immortal Methos on Highlander: The Series.)
All the Beasties around the world and make no mistake, they did come from all corners of this planet and they bonded into a fanmily. A more dedicated group of fans has never existed who did everything humanly possible to support the show and those involved with it.
The CW Network, Guest Performers, Writers, Producers, Costume Designer and all those who work behind the scenes to make Beauty and the Beast the masterpiece that it was.
Thank you all for bringing a wonderful story to life for us. We love each and every one of you for sharing with us the gift of your marvellous talent.
All the poetry/prose on these pages has been inspired by this wonderful show – sometimes a phrase, sometimes a scene, but all based on Beauty and the Beast.
Fay Herridge, 2016