Answer from: NJCYou don't need to be maxed out with your gf/bf to get proposed to. I just got one and we're currently at #97 on the couple list and I already bought my dress, venue, and decorations. I don't think it's because you haven't bought your dress cause I have mine. Answer from: Amibonita It's not a glitch, but it's because you keep dating in Italy. I've been on 2 dates so far since the update, in 2 different places.
It took about 3-4 dates before he popped the question. I think you have to go on 3 or 4 different dates in 3 or 4 different places. Answer from: Redmau You have to finish the 10ax opening first (the one with Simons surprise birthday party), go on a date afterwards where you're bf/gf says things are getting serious and you will have to go on the perfect dates. Answer from: Julia Go on many dates until your gf/bf suggests making things more serious.
Beaumont, a traveling salesman whose profession kept the family on the move.
at After graduating from Baylor School, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, he attended the University of Chattanooga, where he played football.
In 1946-1947, Beaumont starred in five films as private detective Michael Shayne, taking over the role from Lloyd Nolan.
Later he acquired his best-known role as the archetypal philosophy-dispensing suburban father, Ward Cleaver, on the popular sitcom television series Leave It to Beaver.
A precursor to his role as the kindly father figure came in "Adventures of Superman".
After stage experience, Beaumont arrived in Hollywood in 1940.He married Kathryn Adams in 1942 and they had three children. Career In 1931, Beaumont began his career in show business by performing in theaters, nightclubs and on the radio.He began acting in motion pictures in 1940, appearing in over three dozen films (many roles not credited) before taking his best-known role as the archetypal philosophy-dispensing suburban dad on the popular sitcom television series "Leave It to Beaver".Beaumont began his career in show business in 1931 by performing in theaters, nightclubs and radio.He began acting in motion pictures in 1940, appearing in over three dozen films. He worked along with another future TV dad, William Bendix, who would star in The Life of Riley in the 1946 film The Blue Dahlia along with Alan Ladd.After "Leave It to Beaver" ended production and went into syndication in the fall of 1963, Beaumont appeared in many community theater productions and did a few guest roles on TV shows, such as ". Filmography Motion pictures References*Applebaum, Irwyn. Sometimes my work as an actor presents a conflict with my ideals as a clergyman. If the question ever arises in a serious way, of course I would have to give up my acting.I don't believe in the old saying that the end justifies the means, and no money that I can earn as an actor can accomplish so much good that I would feel justified in violating my ideals to earn it . Also wrote and directed several episodes of his famous series Leave It to Beaver (1957), including the final, retrospective episode, Leave It to Beaver: Family Scrapbook (1963).His portrayal of Ward Cleaver ranked #28 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" in the June 20, 2004, issue.He also played quite a few villains during this period; fans of Beaumont's later television work are in for a jolt as they watch the affable Hugh connive and murder his way through 1948's Money Madness.During the early 1950s, Beaumont frequently popped up in uncredited featured roles at 20th Century-Fox, most prominently in Phone Call From a Stranger (1952) as the doctor killed by drunken driver Michael Rennie, and in The Revolt of Mamie Stover as the Honolulu cop who advises goodtime girl Jane Russell to get out of town.