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(born 1958) is an American actor and singer.
Chuck (played by
March) – The waiter whom Maddie had a crush on in Season one.
(1883–1961) was a British stage and film actor.
True crime author Diane Fanning published "Her Deadly Web" in 2012 about the Raynella
Leath case. Her case was first profiled on "Deadly Women" on November 18, 2011,
and subsequently on "Snapped" on June 17, 2012, and "Deadly Sins" on January 26, 2013.
Partners at Last is a 1916 British silent crime film directed by Ralph Dewsbury and starring Amy Brandon Thomas, Charles Rock and Chappell
Leath, from Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, is a woman serving a life sentence at the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville for the murder of her husband David Leath in 2003. Prosecutors alleged that she shot her husband in the head, and then attempted to stage his murder as a suicide. She is also a suspect in the death of her first husband, Ed
, in 1992. He supposedly died when trampled by a cattle stampede, but prosecutors now believe was killed with a lethal dose of morphine.
Charity Ann is a 1915 British silent drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Elisabeth Risdon, Fred Groves and Chappell
In 2008, she joined Jeff
and David Morton on the Everest Team Inspi(RED) to promote HIV/AIDS awareness and Microsoft and Dell products supporting Product Red.
(born January 9, 1961) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Kentucky House of Representatives representing District 9 since January 2007.
Bernadette Peters and John
performed a one-night-only reading of "Love Letters" on September 24, 2007 at New World Stages to benefit Opening Act.
She is married to actor John
. They have one son. She is now a full-time faculty member teaching advanced acting at Wagner College in Staten Island.
Burkitt married Mattie Schrimsher on December 30, 1866, and they had four children: Jennie Lee Cary, James Howell, Mary Louise King, and Bennie
. He again married on December 30, 1906, this time to Mary Elizabeth Mitchell.
attended Mount Pleasant High School in Wilmington, Delaware from 1972 through 1976, where he was an announcer for the school's radio station, WMPH, and appeared in student theater productions.
Elza formed around a flagstop on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. The community had a country store but no post office, instead receiving mail through the nearby community of
"War Paint" premiered on Broadway at the Nederlander Theatre on March 7, 2017 before officially opening on April 6. Additional featured cast includes
and Sills, reprising their roles from the Chicago production.
Following her conviction, Raynella appealed for a new trial on the basis of Judge Richard Baumgartner's judicial misconduct relative to his drug use. She cited the murder of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom case, which resulted in all of the defendants' convictions being overturned.
she was released in May 2016 pending a retrial in January 2017 http://archive.knoxnews.com/news/crime-courts/raynella-
is married to actress Michele Pawk. The couple met in 1994 while working together in an off-Broadway musical, "Hello Again". They worked together in the musical "Mamma Mia!" in 2005. The couple reside in South Orange, New Jersey. They have a son, Jack, born in 2000.
He appeared in the Broadway musical "Newsies" as Joseph Pulitzer from October 9, 2012 through December 16, 2012, as a temporary replacement for John
. He also appeared in the Broadway revival of Annie as Daddy Warbucks from December 10, 2013 until it closed on January 5, 2014 as a replacement for Anthony Warlow.
"Saved" premiered at Playwrights Horizons on June 3, 2008 and closed on June 22, 2008. Directed by Gary Griffin, the cast featured Celia Keenan-Bolger (Mary), John
(Pastor Skip), and Julia Murney (Lillian). The choreography was by Sergio Trujillo, costumes by Jess Goldstein, lighting by Donald Holder, and sets by Scott Pask.
After receiving rave reviews, the production moved to the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway, on May 1, 1990, with Timothy Hutton replacing Baldwin. Other cast members included Barnard Hughes, Debra Monk, John
, and Larry Bryggman. The play closed on May 19, 1991, after 440 performances, received a Tony Award nomination as Best Play, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
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