Synonyms for nicholle or Related words with nicholle
Examples of "nicholle"
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Marie Tom (born March 23, 1978) is an American actress.
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Singleton, Tommy Le v Joe Lukowski
In 1993, Sarah Rose Karr,
Tom, and Christopher Castile were nominated for their roles in Beethoven.
because they thought that she would be more suitable for the pushing of erotic boundaries that they wanted to accomplish. The second group — in direct violation of the president's orders, and while he was away on company business — pulled off a coup-d'état by giving
the lead role and began filming, production, and promotion of the series. They were able to complete production of the first two episodes; however, this ended when the Showtime president returned from his trip and found out about their actions. Production stopped,
was fired and O'Brien hired to take over the lead role, taking over the role beginning with the third episode.
A children's book has been written about Rob, entitled "Rob the Paradog", written by Dorothy
and published by Blue Hills Press.
, a middle-level hardcore adult actress better known as Chloe with limited experience and even less name recognition in the B-movie/cable TV market;
Rave is a 2000 American film written and directed by Ronald Krauss and starring Efren Ramirez, Douglas Spain, Aimee Graham,
Tom, Dante Basco and Franco Vega.
Anderson graduated from Barrington High School in 1999. He married his wife
in the summer of 2010. The couple have two sons; Jake, born in the summer of 2011, and Levi, born in February 2014.
Sandra Dewi Gunawan Basri (8 August 1983), better known as Sandra Dewi, is an Indonesian model and actress. She is also a brand ambassador to Indonesian and South East Asian Products
Jehan Adam was a French mathematician who flourished in the 15th century. He was secretary to
Tilhart, who was notary, secretary and auditor of accounts to King Louis XI of France.
Anderson has instructed many goalie camps since being drafted in 2001. He currently instructs at "Craig Anderson's Goalie School" in Chicago during summers. On October 29, 2016, Craig Anderson's wife
was diagnosed with cancer.
Tom was born in Hinsdale, Illinois to Charles and Marie Tom. He has a twin sister,
Tom, who is also an actress. He and
guest-starred together as siblings in a 2008 episode of "Criminal Minds". His other sister, Heather Tom, appeared on "The Young and the Restless" as well, as Victoria Newman, but the two almost never appeared together in the same scene. Coincidentally, the Tom siblings' "The Young and the Restless" characters, Victoria Newman (now played by Amelia Heinle) and Billy Abbott, were married on the soap opera.
One former member of the militia, Lt. Hubert
who had travelled to England in 1939 to join the Hampshire Regiment agreed to travel back to Guernsey by submarine H-43 where on 7 July 1940 he undertook a successful reconnaissance of German defences in the Island being picked up on 10 July. Undertaking a second landing with fellow Guernseyman Lt. James Symes on 3 September 1940, in civilian clothing, the pickup arrangements failed and the two were forced to surrender, after having obtained help from Ambrose Sherwill to get Guernsey Militia uniforms, being treated as POW's rather than shot as spies.
was awarded the MC.
Private Number is a 2014 American psychological thriller-horror film written and directed by LazRael Lison. An alcoholic novelist who suffers from writer's block (Hal Ozsan) and his wife (
Tom) receive repeated, inexplicable crank phone calls that push them to the edge. It premiered in July 2014 and received a limited release in May 2015. The DVD was released a month later.
Margaret "Maggie" Sheffield-Brolin is the eldest child of Maxwell Sheffield, portrayed by
Tom. In Fran Drescher's first book, "Enter Whining", Drescher explains that the character was added later, after a network executive suggested "A shy teenager would be a funny contrast to a brazen and flashy Fran."
Supergirl first appears, voiced by
Tom, in the two-part "" episode "" as Kara In-Ze from Krypton's "sister world" of Argos. The character is depicted as a headstrong and independent teenage girl who was placed in suspended animation before the conditions on Argos became inhospitable.
Mr. Sugerman's extensive line producing credits also include "The Prophet's Game", starring Dennis Hopper, Stephanie Zimbalist, and Sondra Locke; "Kimberly", starring Gabrielle Anwar, Sean Astin, Molly Ringwald, Patty Duke, and Lainie Kazan; "The Sterling Chase", starring Alanna Ubach, Jack Noseworthy, and
Tom; "Michael Angel" starring Dennis Hopper and Richard Grieco, "Blue Motel", starring Sean Young, Soleil Moon Frye, and Robert Vaughn; and "Spiders" starring Lana Perrilla and Josh Green.
In the attic of the farm house, they discover Loeb's daughter Miriam (
Tom) locked up. When they question her, she reveals she killed Loeb's wife years before. Gordon then visits Loeb in his office, threatening to expose his lies unless he sends Flass back to jail, and erases Bullock's history. Loeb agrees only with Bullock's terms as ratting out his other blackmailees would endanger his life.
The Sterling Chase, also known as "Graduation Week", is a drama film starring
Tom, Jack Noseworthy, Devon Odessa, Sean Patrick Thomas, Alanna Ubach and John Livingston. The independent film was written and directed by Tanya Fenmore, and was screened at the Mill Valley Film Festival on September 17, 1999 (see 1999 in film). Screen story was written by Jeremy Dauber, currently an assistant professor at Columbia University.
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