Aimee Graham
American actor
Aimee Graham
Aimee Lynn Graham is an American actress, and the younger sister of actress Heather Graham. Graham was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the daughter of Joan, a schoolteacher and noted author of children's books, and James Graham, a retired FBI agent. She has appeared in many movies, such as 100 Girls, Jackie Brown, Fellowship of the Dice, in which she starred, and TV series such as CSI. She starred as Polly in the film Japan.
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Bob on top in Cowes Week opener - Isle of Wight County Press
Google News - over 5 years
... Tim Eccles and Robin Chubb) taking third place in IRC Class 7, Drumbeat (Eldred Himsworth) in second in the Contessa 32 Class, Aimee (Graham Bailey) which finished second in the Dragons and Freelance (Laurence Mead) which topped the Etchells fleet
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Finding Nuance in Fela's Women
NYTimes - about 7 years
This is the short list of how the women of ''Fela!,'' the Broadway musical about the Nigerian Afrobeat musician and political agitator, do not see their characters: victims, go-go dancers, sex objects. The nine women in tight outfits, elaborate hairdos and painted faces represent the 27 real-life co-wives of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, who married them
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FILM REVIEW; A Digital Prism Refracts Reality
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Toward the end of ''Time Code,'' Ana Pauls (Mia Maestro), a fetching young avant-garde filmmaker in a minimal black dress, arrives at the offices of Red Mullet Productions to pitch a project to a roomful of harried executives. Accompanied by the spacey hip-hop stylings of her boyfriend (Alessandro Nivola), she drops names -- Leibniz, Eisenstein,
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Review/Film; Sending Up Both Blacks and Whites
NYTimes - almost 24 years
"Amos and Andrew," the first film to be directed as well as written by E. Max Frye, is less breathless than emphysemic, a handicapped satirical farce whose roots are not in life but in other, better movies and sitcoms. The central situation is this: The white chief of police on a small resort island, not unlike Nantucket, mistakes a celebrated
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