Friends, thetans, countrymen - 2007-09-09

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F30.png Friends, thetans, countrymen September 9, 2007, Seven, Daily Telegraph

But there are dissenters too. Students have left Katselas's school, the Beverly Hills Playhouse, because of the unspoken pressure they felt to join the Church of Scientology, the controversial religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1950s. Nobody ever told them to join, but they could not ignore how many of their classmates and teachers were Scientologists. Or the fact that Milton Katselas, the master himself, credits Hubbard for much of his success. And the assorted weirdness: one of Katselas's students has a day job at the Scientology Celebrity Centre, where Tom Cruise and John Travolta study, and one zealous television star left the Playhouse because she said she believed that Katselas wasn't committed enough to Scientology.

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{{cite news | title = Friends, thetans, countrymen | url = http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2007/09/09/sm_scientology.xml | work = Seven | publisher = Daily Telegraph | date = September 9, 2007 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}