WHEN Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe was filming Robin Hood on location in the UK in 2009 he one day invited a particularly intriguing couple for a meeting in his trailer.
One of them was a striking 40-something blonde, the other a 6ft 5in 20-year-old who tipped the scales at well over 18 stone.
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That's the heartbreak really and I just don't understand it.
It's a huge disappointment to see his brothers all go back to England and for him not to be a part of that. He couldn't walk, he couldn't talk but looking back it was the best period of my life. We all came together afterwards and said, 'We're a tight-knit set of brothers, we'll always look out for each other'. I think we're on the way to doing that."Such is the emotional bond between the heroic Mark and his four sons that no one can hope to replace him as a father figure but if anyone comes close it is Crowe himself.
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This isn't you, this isn't the right song" and also leaving him to question Redfoo by saying "I don't know if you guys are not working together but I'm just not getting it.
It's not happening." To people from the show, I might seem like some blonde chick who just went on there to be a singer but there's way more to it and how I ended up with this chance, because of everything I've been through, I'm taking every opportunity and I'm determined to make this work. I'm really full on so music helps me express that and is a great release.
It's hard as a mum to know what to say."THE brothers' success undoubtedly owes much to the drive and determination of Julie but they are also inspired by the spectral figure of their late father. He took Sam under his wing when he first arrived in Sydney as a young man and there was a particularly moving pitch-side ceremony just before he made his debut against the Manly Sea Eagles. He never made a big deal of it but he must have remembered."To this day the empty seat beside Crowe at every home game belongs to Mark Burgess.
Mark Burgess, who died of motor neurone disease in 2007 at the age of 45, was himself a rugby league player of some distinction, who played for a string of clubs including the Rochdale Hornets. Crowe reduced Sam to tears when he presented him with a club membership card in the name of his late father. My dad used to coach and he gave me a few tips but I'm going to keep those a secret. When Sam was joined first by Luke and then the twins and their mother, Crowe became a central figure in the Burgess family's life.
Julie and Mark had been separated for three years when he contracted the disease in 2005 and with Luke spending so much away playing for the Leeds Rhinos it was left to Sam to be his father's primary carer. The player later revealed that the card, which was Crowe's idea, was etched with motivational quotes and phrases for-"I think it's a sign of just how good the club is," he said."I think it's a sign of just how good the club is," he said. All five of them spent last Christmas with him at his farm in the coastal city of Coffs Harbour, near Sydney.