Synonyms for skoller or Related words with skoller

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Examples of "skoller"
In 1997 she married Scott Skoller, a men's clothing store manager from Roslyn, New York, and changed her name to Shana Skoller.
He is also the subject of the biographical 1986 film "Take it Easy" where he is played by Eddie Skoller.
Shana Diane Madoff, sometimes referred to as Shana Madoff Skoller Swanson, (born December 8, 1967) is an American attorney who is now a yoga teacher.
Charles Skoller ( d. February 17, 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida) was an American prosecutor and author. He was an assistant district attorney for Queens County, New York City and while in that position prosecuted Winston Moseley, the murderer in the infamous Kitty Genovese case. Later after his retirement he wrote a book about that and another noted case he prosecuted in a volume entitled "Twisted Confessions: The True Story Behind the Kitty Genovese and Barbara Kralik Murder Trials". Skoller died in Boca Raton, Florida on February 17, 2012 at the age of 79.
In the summer of 1993 Sissel played the role of Solveig in Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen at "Den Nationale Scene" in Bergen. This was very well received by critics. Later, in August Sissel married Eddie Skoller in St Mary's Church, Bergen in Bergen. Thousands of fans waited in the rain outside the church to get a glimpse of Sissel after the wedding-ceremony. The wedding received a great deal of attention from Norwegian and Danish press.
Tarkooshian has hosted a number of symposiums on the Genovese case, including; "Remembering Catherine "Kitty" Genovese: A public forum" to mark the fortieth anniversary of the event. Among the participants on the panel were the New York Times executive editor and columnist A.M. Rosenthal (1922-2006), who was so moved by the case that he went on to write "Thirty-Eight Witnesses: The Kitty Genovese Case", which brought worldwide attention to the incident, Charles Skoller, the prosecutor of the crime and author of "Twisted Confessions: The True Story Behind the Kitty Genovese and Barbara Kralik Murder Trials", and several other experts in fields germane to the story.
Høm began as a film photographer in Astrid Henning-Jensen's 1967 short film "Min bedstefar er en stok", followed by the children's film "Thomas er fredløs" and several others. One of two films he directed was "Smil Emil" in 1969, which became an award-winning success. In 1973, together with his wife Elsebeth Reingaard, he opened the Delta Art Cinema which later became known as the Delta Bio. The venture had a very positive effect on spreading interest in quality filmmaking in Denmark. However, as a result of financial difficulties, he gave up his job as cinema manager in 1979. In 1985, he was one of the founders of the Danish-Swedish photography agency Billedhuset. In 1986, he returned to filmmaking with the successful "Take It Easy" in which Eddie Skoller played the role of jazz musician Leo Mathisen.