Krypton Report — Talking with Ursa herself, Sarah Douglas

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Tyler interviews the wonderful Sarah Douglas, Ursa from “Superman: The Movie” (1978) and “Superman II” (1980).

The two talk about Superman and her iconic character for The Multiverse FunRaiser, a virtual fandom charity fundraiser.

According to their website, the fundraiser chooses a different charity or cause to support. For 2022, they’ve chosen to support Sarah’s fellow “Superman” colleague, Valerie Perrine.

For the past several years, Oscar-nominated actress Valerie Perrine, who played Lex Luthor’s partner Eve Teschmacher, has struggled with Parkinson’s Disease.

“This progressive disease has stolen so much from this once vibrant woman’s life, including her finances” a statement from the organization said. “A debilitating illness such as Parkinson’s requires expensive care, more than any insurance can cover. And patients are often forced to seek assistance. The MultiVerse FunRaisers are dedicating their January event to Valerie Perrine, coming together to raise money for her continued care as she bravely battles Parkinson’s.”

Check out The Multiverse FunRaiser here.

Jonathan Tyler Patrick

Tyler, as he is known, has been a life long Superman fan since the dawn of his arrival on this planet. With that as a compass, he has always found that being a voice of reason was important. Tyler graduated in 2010 with a degree in Psychology and Counseling. He has worked with troubled teens in different capacities as well as his local paper. Currently, Tyler is pursuing his masters in screen writing along side teaching English and working in the local schools. The Krypton Report is a podcast Tyler runs as part of the Press Play Podcast Network. He has two children and a beautiful amazing wife, whom he has been married to for ten years.

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