Al Corley
American actor
Al Corley
Al Corley is an American actor, singer and producer. In the late 1970s, he worked as a doorman at Studio 54. He would later appear in a VH1 Behind the Music special on Studio 54 to recount his experiences. Corley is best known as the first actor to play Steven Carrington on the 1980s soap opera Dynasty. After that, Corley acted in fourteen movies, then produced five.
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'Mud' Star Tye Sheridan Joins John Travolta in 'The Forger'
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Jeff Sneider LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Hot off "Mud" and "The Tree of Life," rising star Tye Sheridan has signed on to join John Travolta in heist film "The Forger," which is being produced and co-financed by Code Entertainment and The Solution Entertainment Group. Philip Martin is directing the film, which will be produced by Code's Al Corley, Bart Rosenblatt and Eugene Musso, along with Prospect Park's Rob Carliner. Jonathan Dana and Randi Michel will executive produce alongside The Solution's Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel. ...
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Shannon Bradley-Colleary: As A Child Of Divorce, I Think I Get Gay People
Huffington Post - over 4 years
I've been watching Ryan Murphy's new NBC sitcom The New Normal, about a committed gay couple having a baby through a quirky, kind surrogate mother who lives with them. In the latest episode the men kiss passionately after one proposes marriage to the other. I had a very strong reaction, which was elation. I distinctly remember one of television's first openly gay characters, Dynasty's Steven Carrington, played by the mortified Al Corley. I remember it being such a scandal and that people were warned to watch at their own risk! Maybe homosexuality was contagious? Now, 31 years later, gay characters and story lines are commonplace. And the televised gay kiss? While still a bit self-conscious, it's no longer taboo. I think this is progress, because I've always felt a kinship with the gay community despite the fact that I'm not gay. I'll tell you why. My parents divorced when I was 2 years old. (Yes, Mom and Dad, here I go again. Lucky you have a scribe for a daughter ...
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He gets bang for his buck - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Google News - over 5 years
A talent for finance led Musso to a career as an accountant and, subsequently, a producer with Code Entertainment, a company he founded with Bart Rosenblatt and Al Corley (best known for his role on TV's “Dynasty.”) The trio's latest release,
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W NASTĘPNYM ODCINKU: Spuścić łomot Alexis - FilmWeb
Google News - over 5 years
... ex-żony oraz matki dorosłych już dzieci, rozpuszczonej Fallon (Pamela Sue Martin / Emma Samms), oraz syna Stevena (Al Corley/Jack Coleman), geja zmagającego się z rozlicznymi problemami natury emocjonalnej, był fenomenem socjologicznym
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Ce sa intamplat azi in muzica? (22 mai) - BestMusic.ro
Google News - almost 6 years
1955 - Sa nascut Al Corley, actor, cantaret si compozitor american. 1955 - Sa nascut Iva Davis, vocalist, chitarist si compozitor australian (Flowers, Icehouse). 1957 - A murit George Bacovia (pseudonim pentru George Vasiliu), considerat primul mare
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Lucas Matthysse se enfrentará con Alexander en Estados Unidos - Diario EL CHUBUT (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
En su último combate, Matthysse GKOT8 al Corley (ex titular OMB de los 63,5 kg) el 21/1 último, en Las Heras, tras derribarlo ocho veces. El pugilista argentino está ubicado tercero en el ranking de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB) y octavo en el
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(Following Advance for Use Sunday, May 22) - Sify
Google News - almost 6 years
Actor-producer Al Corley is 55. Singer Morrissey is 52. Actress Ann Cusack is 50. Country musician Dana Williams (Diamond Rio) is 50. Rock musician Jesse Valenzuela is 49. Actor Mark Christopher Lawrence is 47. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is
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Movie Review | 'Kill the Irishman'
NYTimes - almost 6 years
''There's a bit of good in every Irishman,'' says a nosy crone (Fionnula Flanagan) midway through ''Kill the Irishman,'' an extravagantly corny ode to the collapse of the Cleveland mafia in the 1970s. Clearly agreeing with the old biddy, the film's director and co-writer, Jonathan Hensleigh, never misses an opportunity to mythologize the meatheads
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SCENE CITY; Got a Pinkie Ring? You're All Set
NYTimes - almost 6 years
THE RAVENITE, a Gambino social club in Little Italy frequented by John Gotti, is now a boutique selling handcrafted shoes. But its ghost was raised a few blocks north on Monday night, when ''Kill the Irishman,'' a film based on Danny Greene, a Cleveland gangster, had a New York screening and after-party. The evening began at the Landmark Sunshine
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'STOLEN'
NYTimes - almost 7 years
''Stolen,'' Anders Anderson's dual kidnapping melodrama of tormented fathers a half-century apart, searching for their lost sons, plays like a middling episode of ''Law & Order: SVU,'' drawn out an extra half-hour and embellished with pretentious literary and cinematic flourishes. The dads, Detective Tom Adkins (Jon Hamm), whose 10-year-old son is
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'YOU KILL ME'; One Day (and Dead Body) at a Time
NYTimes - over 9 years
With its shadows and gallows humor, ''You Kill Me'' goes about as dark as a comedy can go before turning into tragedy or self-parody. Its ethnic stereotypes are Polish mobsters from Buffalo, which just means that they eat kielbasa instead of Italian sausage and traffic in real snow. They don't have much juice, only a chunk of the city, but they
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Revisiting The Charm And Excess Of the 80's
NYTimes - almost 11 years
There is no point in pretending that ''Dynasty Reunion: Catfights & Caviar'' isn't primarily a freak show. Joan Collins and Linda Evans return to the set of the Carrington mansion trussed into slinky Nolan Miller evening gowns, their hair girlishly long, their faces stretched and frozen, trying to look exactly as they did 25 years ago. Mostly the
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Film in Review; 'Bigger Than the Sky'
NYTimes - about 12 years
Opens today in New York; Los Angeles; Atlanta; Portland, Ore.; Austin, Tex.; and Minneapolis. Directed by Al Corley Rated PG-13, 106 minutes ''Look at me -- I'm just dull,'' Peter Rooker (Marcus Thomas) tells his sister at the beginning of this self-conscious comic drama. And he is. He has a boring art-department job at some unspecified company,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; If You've Got It, Flaunt It: ABC Trumpets an 80's Hit
NYTimes - about 12 years
''Dynasty,'' repeats an ABC executive, dubiously. Talking into a cumbersome speakerphone, he asks: ''Aaron? Will Middle America get it?'' There is a pause before the word comes down from Aaron Spelling, television's clairvoyant: Yes. The delivery of that yes -- at once so modest and so oracular -- is perfect. And it marks the point at which
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FILM REVIEW; Seeking Human Warmth Amid the Glitter and Tinsel
NYTimes - over 12 years
''Noel,'' directed by the actor Chazz Palminteri (''Analyze This'') from a screenplay by David Hubbard, intertwines several stories of longing and loneliness in the days leading up to a snowy Christmas in New York City. Though clearly meant as a heartwarmer in the longstanding holiday tradition, the film comes off as strange and sour, thanks mainly
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FILM REVIEW; Caution: Falling Yugo Zone Ahead
NYTimes - almost 17 years
In the pulpy comedy ''Drowning Mona,'' Bette Midler, as Mona Dearly, looks a mess, with a dye job the color of Tang, similar to the faded taffy hue of the Yugos that dot the front yards of Verplanck, the tiny upstate New York town where the movie is set. A series of crude shots -- some of which are very funny -- that pop the small cast of yokels
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Studio 54 Reawakens, and No Hangover
NYTimes - about 19 years
LIKE Andy, Bianca, Calvin and Liza, it was just ''Studio.'' Or like Halston, it was ''54.'' For those who never got past its velvet rope, or weren't born yet to care, there is going to be another chance at the last dance at movie theaters next spring. Studio 54 -- the most famous nightclub of the 70's -- is making a comeback: ''54,'' the film,
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Theater in Review
NYTimes - over 25 years
Servy-n-Bernice 4Ever Provincetown Playhouse 133 Macdougal Street By Seth Zvi Rosenfeld; directed by Terry Kinney; scenery by Edward T. Gianfrancesco; costumes by Judy Dearing; lighting by Kenneth Posner; sound by Jeffrey Taylor; associate producer, Eugene Musso; production stage manager, M. A. Howard. Presented by Al Corley, Bart Rosenblatt and
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TV Weekend; Mystery (but No Spies) From a Young le Carre
NYTimes - over 25 years
Pre-empted last week by the Senate hearings starring Judge Clarence Thomas, Prof. Anita F. Hill and a mixed roster of bit players, the premiere of the 21st season of "Masterpiece Theater" on Channel 13 is instead taking place tonight at 9, with a repeat at midnight. The chosen production is "A Murder of Quality," a two-part version of a 1962 John
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