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Examples of "unusuals"
Unusual or The Unusual or The Unusuals may refer to:
The following is an episode list for the show "The Unusuals".
Following the conclusion of "The Wire" she became a co-producer for "The Unusuals".
Steiner Studios also has hosted many television series, including "Damages", "Flight of the Conchords", "Clash of the Choirs", "The Unusuals", "Pan Am", "Bored to Death", "Boardwalk Empire", "Girls", "Gotham", and "Hip Hop Squares".
His television credits include: "Unforgettable", "Blue Bloods", "The Good Wife", "Gossip Girl", "The Unusuals", "New Amsterdam", "Law & Order", "", "", "The Sopranos", "Spin City", "Far East", "Mary and Rhoda" and "The Affair".
Ian R. Kahn (born April 21, 1972) is an American stage and television actor, perhaps best known for his roles on "", "Dawson's Creek", "Sex and the City", "Bull" and "The Unusuals".
The three recordings, featuring Kathi's singing, are from 1965 to 1966. At that time, she was the female vocalist for The Unusuals -- a regionally popular Pacific Northwest band. Personal recordings and photos at this site were provided by, and the channel was approved by, Laurie Vitt, songwriter, band member affiliated with Kathi McDonald in her formative years, and a founding member of The Unusuals. Included in this collection is the #1 regional hit "Babe, It's Me" (vocals by McDonald and Vitt) and "Summer is Over" (Kathi lead vocalist). Site content, also, contains earlier recordings by the 1960s bands that eventually morphed into the Unusuals, e.g., the Nite People, Ron Petersen and the Accents, Accents/Bellingham Accents.
The Unusuals is a comedy-drama television series that aired on ABC from April 8 to June 17, 2009 in the U.S. and Global in Canada. The pilot and first episode were written by Noah Hawley, a former writer and producer for Fox's "Bones". An ABC press release described "The Unusuals" as "like a modern-day "M*A*S*H"" that "explores both the grounded drama and comic insanity of the world of New York City police detectives, where every cop has a secret". Its premise elaborated:
In 2009 Zamacona became a consulting producer and writer for the ABC police drama "The Unusuals". The series was created by Noah Hawley and focused on detectives in the New York homicide unit. The series was canceled after ten episodes. Zamacona wrote the episode "The Dentist".
Goldberg appeared in the short-lived ensemble cop show "The Unusuals", playing a detective in New York City with brain cancer who refuses treatment because of his dislike of doctors. His character was stated as being "sarcastic" and Goldberg had been described as "one of the better reasons to watch". He subsequently appeared in the short-lived ensemble cop show "NYC 22."
Goldberg was cast after previously working on Hawley's TV series "The Unusuals", Goldberg said; "That was just a straight up offer. Every once in a while there’s a guy like Noah [Hawley] who sees something in me that maybe even I don’t necessarily see."
For television, in 2008, Kinney was Deputy Attorney General Zach Williams in "Canterbury's Law", a short-lived Fox series. In 2009, he played Sergeant Harvey Brown in the ABC series, "The Unusuals", and in the same year he had a recurring role as Special Agent Sam Bosco on the hit CBS series, "The Mentalist".
In spring 2009, Tamblyn starred in "The Unusuals," playing NYPD homicide detective Casey Shraeger in this notably acclaimed crime drama. The show was canceled after its first season. In the same year, Tamblyn had a recurring role alongside her then boyfriend (later husband) David Cross in the IFC sitcom "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret".
In 2010, Doyle had his songs featured on ABC TV show "The Unusuals" and in promos for the ION Network over all the US cable networks. He used the licensing fees to fund a home studio and began his "Songs From The Nuclear War" project in 2011, which itself led to a small scale Midwest US tour.
McDonald performed professionally for the first time around Seattle when she was 12 years old. The first song she fully learned was "Goodnight Irene" by Huddie Leadbetter and at age two she would sing all five verses from her crib. She attributes these evenings to the reason for her late night work habits. In the mid-sixties, Kathi & The Unusuals toured with, and backed, Dewey Martin: (pseudonym Sir Raleigh and previously Sir Raleigh and the Cupons). Martin racked-up a number of hit singles in the Pacific Northwest. Soon after the tour with The Unusuals ended, Dewey Martin achieved fame as the drummer for Buffalo Springfield. The iconic rock band is best remembered for their recording of "For What It's Worth," a Billboard Top 10 hit and a legendary song of civil unrest and protest.
After starring with Dallas Roberts in the comedy-drama "Ingenious" and starring in the short-lived television series "The Unusuals", Renner went on to achieve critical success for his portrayal of bomb disposal expert, Sergeant William James in the 2009 Iraq war thriller "The Hurt Locker" (directed by Kathryn Bigelow). The role earned him several awards in the Best Actor category and his first Academy Award nomination for Best Actor as well a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination.
Noah Hawley (born ) is an American film and television producer, screenwriter, composer, and bestselling author, best known for creating and writing the FX anthology television series "Fargo" and "Legion". Hawley was a writer and producer on the first three seasons of the television series "Bones" (2005–2008) and also created "The Unusuals" (2009) and "My Generation" (2010). He wrote the screenplay for the film "The Alibi" (2006).
Recently he has scored films, TV programs and commercials, including the ABC dramas "The Unusuals" and "My Generation", the NBC drama "Crossing Jordan", the USA network show "Necessary Roughness", the CBS network show "Hostages" and currently scores the FX drama "Fargo" and the Starz drama "Power". He scored the second seasons of "Extant", replacing Marcelo Zarvos and " ". He has worked with fellow composers Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman.
She performed with Kathi McDonald & Friends. She appeared on an extensive list of rock and blues albums and toured with Long John Baldry prior to his death. She and Baldry enjoyed success in Australia where their duet "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'", reached No. 2 in 1980. She was born in Anacortes, Washington, and from 1963 to 1968 she was a vocalist in several bands that played Bellingham, Anacortes, Mt.Vernon, Oak Harbor and other Pacific Northwest venues. Regionally popular bands that benefited from Kathi's incredible vocal talents included The Accents or Bellingham Accents (1963-1965), The Checkers (1964-1965), The Unusuals (1965-1967), and Fat Jack (1966-1968). In 1966 Kathi was only 18 years old when "Babe, It's Me" peaked at No. 1 on the Top 50 at Bellingham's rock radio station KPUG. The song remained at No. 1 for four to five weeks. The single, on the Panorama label, was the first release by The Unusuals and it featured vocals by Kathi and Laurie Vitt, who wrote the song and was a founding member of the band. Shortly thereafter, with Kathi as soloist, the Unusuals released their second single "Summer is Over" and, while it received airplay on local radio, it was a lesser hit in the PNW. Kathi's talent was such that she gravitated to the larger city of Seattle, Washington. While living there, she developed strong San Francisco music connections. In February 2009, Kathi performed at the opening gala for the San Francisco Museum of Performance & Design along with Sam Andrew, welcoming in a new exhibition dedicated to the art and music of San Francisco of the 1965-1975 era.
James Tate Ellington (born 1979) is an American actor. He portrayed Aidan Hall, the best friend of Tyler Hawkins (Robert Pattinson) in the 2010 romantic drama film "Remember Me". Ellington starred as Oliver Hunt in "The Elephant King" (2006), and has appeared in television shows such as "The Unusuals", "Rescue Me", "The Good Wife", and "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23". He appeared in the 2009 Broadway production of "The Philanthropist", which starred Matthew Broderick. He is best known for his role as FBI agent Simon Asher on the ABC thriller "Quantico".