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Celebrities Kate Linder (left) Don Most (middle) and Roslyn Kind greet commuters on PCH in Malibu during an Aug. 19 event that sought to raise awareness about the dangers of drowsy driving. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Carolyn Hennesy (front, center), of “General Hospital,” ”True Blood” and ”The Bay,” was among celebrities who offered a chunk of their weekends to hand out Alert Drops and pamphlets in front of Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 70.
(Left to right) Anson Williams, Marion Ross and Don Most hold Alert Drops and literature on drowsy driving.
Don Most, of “Happy Days” meets fan Stephanie Varney, who came out Aug. 19 to help hand out the literature on drowsy driving awareness.
Pictured are (left to right) Deputy Heather Parks, Carolyn Hennesy, Deputy Guadalupe Barragan, Firefighter David Moody, Roslyn Kind, Kate Linder, Anson Williams, Don Most, Firefighter Rick Pfeiffer, Marion Ross and Deputy Ronnie Perez.
Eric Billingsley, Freelance Reporter
3:33 pm PDT August 28, 2017

Longtime Malibu resident, actor and director Anson Williams had a wake-up call a number of years back. After a long day of working on the set of a movie, he fell asleep at the wheel while driving home.

“I almost killed myself,” said Williams, who many know as the character “Potsie” on the hit ’70s and ’80s television show “Happy Days.”