Adam Storke
Ameriacn actor
Adam Storke
Adam J. Storke is an American actor who has starred in television and film. He is best known for playing Julia Roberts' love interest in the 1988 hit film Mystic Pizza and as Larry Underwood in the 1994 hit Stephen King mini series The Stand.
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Today in the SCV: Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011 - Signal
Google News - over 5 years
Actor Adam Storke is 49. Actor Craig Bierko is 47. Rock singer-musician Zac Maloy (The Nixons) is 43. Rock singer and hip-hop artist Everlast is 42. Rapper Masta Killa (Wu-Tang Clan) is 42. Actor Christian Slater is 42. Actor Edward Norton is 42
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Today in History - Kitsap Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Actor Adam Storke is 49. Actor Craig Bierko (BEER'-koh) is 47. Rock singer-musician Zac Maloy (The Nixons) is 43. Rock singer and hip-hop artist Everlast is 42. Rapper Masta Killa (Wu-Tang Clan) is 42. Actor Christian Slater is 42
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Mystic Pizza Blu-ray Review - Bigpicturebigsound.com
Google News - almost 6 years
MGM really blew it with this classic chick flick, rushing it out without extras or any type of A/V upgrade over the DVD release. Actors: Annabeth Gish, Julia Roberts, Lili Taylor, Vincent Philip D'Onofrio, William R. Moses, Adam Storke
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Humanoids Make Scientists Paranoids
NYTimes - about 19 years
In the news according to ''Prey,'' there is one small ecological detail that slipped by the global warming conference in Kyoto, Japan, last month. Warming has caused a new species of beings to evolve. They look human, but their brains work faster than the fastest computers. And, quite inconveniently, most are serial killers determined to wipe out
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A Roosevelt Who Exulted In Bully War
NYTimes - over 19 years
''Oh, but we have had a bully fight,'' Theodore Roosevelt said enthusiastically on his return from Cuba, a newly minted hero in the Spanish-American War. That was just the kind of remark that later led Mark Twain to call Roosevelt ''clearly insane'' and ''insanest upon war and its supreme glories.'' There is room for both opinions (though not those
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TELEVISION; It's May, and Mini-Series Season, Again
NYTimes - almost 23 years
SOMEWHERE IN CALIFORNIA, a bug escapes from a secret germ-warfare installation. Ten days later, nearly everybody in the United States is dead. Soon the survivors -- who at least have plenty to eat, drink, wear and drive -- are having peculiar dreams. Most are about a very old woman who says things like "The beast is loose in the streets of
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Review/Television; Survivors Lost in Space But Tethered to Hitchcock
NYTimes - over 23 years
Finally getting around to Mondays as it continues to flesh out a complete prime-time schedule, Fox Broadcasting is falling back on a television staple: movies. Expanding to a weekly series, "Fox Night at the Movies" will offer both theatrical releases -- last Monday's was "The Babe" starring John Goodman -- and made-for-television movies. Tonight's
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TV Weekend; 2 Familiar Faces Return, but the Star Is Murder
NYTimes - over 24 years
With the new season failing to tickle the ratings so far, two networks are falling back on familiar faces this weekend. NBC is once again wheeling out Raymond Burr as Perry Mason for a two-hour movie: "The Case of the Heartbroken Bride" can be seen at 8 tonight. On Sunday at 9 P.M., CBS is offering the return of Meredith Baxter as Elisabeth
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Review/Film; Squeezing the Humor Out of Death
NYTimes - over 24 years
Nowhere do movie characters defy the laws of the physical universe as gleefully as they do in Robert Zemeckis's films. From Marty McFly's time travel in the "Back to the Future" trilogy to Jessica Rabbit's close encounters with real flesh and blood in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," Mr. Zemeckis's creations escape the ordinary every chance they get.
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Review/Television; Telling the Story of Monty Python, in 2 Episodes
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: When the Monty Python troupe celebrated its 20th birthday last year, two documentaries were made by Tiger Television for the BBC for the occasion. They are now being presented on the Showtime pay-cable channel under the very appropriate umbrella title ''20 Odd Years.'' The first part, produced by Mark Redhead, is ''Life of Python,'' a
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Review/Theater; Brooding Look at Dismal Lives in Wilson Revival
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: ''The Rimers of Eldritch'' is a dark, brooding contemplation of a small ghostly town frozen in time and place, the mid-century in the Middle West. In this 1966 play, now being revived by the Second Stage, Lanford Wilson looks behind the ''Spoon River Anthology'' exterior in order to expose the warring frustrations in these thwarted lives and,
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Review/Film; The Autumn Before Womanhood
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: It would be easy to think ill of a film that equates life's great mysteries with a secret formula for tomato sauce, but in the case of ''Mystic Pizza,'' it would also be a mistake. Though in essence this is little more than a girls' romance novel brought to life, it has been filled with heart and humor. It would be easy to think ill of a film
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Review/Theater; Self-Righteous but Un-Christian in South
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: ''A White Rose of Memphis'' plops from kitchen comedy into melancholy melodrama, a rough trip for everybody on the stage of St. Peter's Church and off. We are looking in on the decline of the Van Landinghams of Memphis, a lower middle-class family, getting lower all the time. Over the summer and early fall of 1987 - and it seems about that
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STUDENTS PERFORM IN O'NEILL'S COTTAGE
NYTimes - about 34 years
WITH the camera focused on them and a microphone boom swung in front of them, two student actors played a scene from Eugene O'Neill's ''Long Day's Journey Into Night.'' As Edmund and Jamie Tyrone, they sat at a living-room table, drinking and muttering about their father, the matinee idol James Tyrone. And where, they asked, was their mother, Mary?
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Adam Storke
    FORTIES
  • 2005
    Age 42
    Adam has appeared in some TV movies and has made guest appearances on several television series, including Miami Vice, L.A. Law, American Dreams, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Tales from the Crypt and 2005's Over There.
    More Details Hide Details His theatre credits include The Rimers of Eldritch.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1985
    Age 22
    Storke was born in New York City, New York, the son of Angela Thornton, an actress, and William Storke, a film and television producer. His well-known television role is in the soap opera Search for Tomorrow as Andrew Ryder in 1985 and in the short lived TV series in 1998 Prey.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
    Born
    Born on August 18, 1962.
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