Sylvester Stallone had been battling to break into Hollywood as an actor for ten years, then suddenly “out of the blue,” “Rocky” was born – was this due to his hypnotist?
If it was good enough for Sylvester Stallone, and Dolly Parton, it was good enough for me. I stood there, in a luxury flat in West London, opposite this avuncular, grey-haired, mind-power salesman, ready to be hypnotised. It didn’t take long…
This press article featured in the Glendale News Press on Monday, July 27, 1981. You rush home after a hectic day at work and carelessly drop your car keys on the coffee table. You need to run up to the store for a last minute item, but you can’t find your keys. Or you park… [Read More]
This article first appeared in the GLOBE on October 6th, 1981. MANY of Hollywood’s top stars owe their success to hypnotherapist Gil Boyne. He became known as “hypnotist to the stars” when Sylvester Stallone turned to him for help just before making the hit movie Rocky. His list of celebrity clients also includes Lily Tomlin… [Read More]
As drummer for England’s Number 1 rock group “SLADE”, rock star Don Powell had the life that many only dream of, until his memory was destroyed in an automobile crash