Heard of this guy?
The 85-year-old son of Brooke Astor, the longtime philanthropist and beloved doyenne of New York society, was sentenced Monday to one to three years in prison for siphoning millions from her before she died.[...] Lawyers for her son, Anthony D. Marshall, painted a different picture in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, that of a proud Marine who had seen combat at Iwo Jima; a distinguished former C.I.A. employee; a respected former diplomat; and a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer.'Tis true. For the 2003 Long Day's Journey revival.
Classy, I'll give him that.
(Insert "Long Day's Journey Into Night" pun here.)