Angela Featherstone
Canadian actor
Angela Featherstone
Angela Eileen Featherstone is a Canadian actress. She is best known for playing Chloe in Friends, and the fiancee (Linda) that left Adam Sandler's character (Robbie) at the altar in The Wedding Singer. Angela Featherstone was a model in the 1980's. She has been an actress since 1992 in films and television. While acting Featherstone created sitcoms she sold to Sony, DreamWorks and NBC television in the 90's.
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Efficient Joining and Leaving for Receiver Driven Multicast Congestion Control
B net - about 4 years
Multimedia applications such as video conferencing, multiparty video games, military applications news feeds, video-audio transmission and IP TV etc. are today and next generation demand in user...
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July 29: Blood Drive Staged by Red Cross, KLOS - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
... around a couple of boys whose love of the craft takes a dark turn as they grow up. The show starts at 7 pm F--- Pretty, the photography exhibit curated by Wedding Singer actress Angela Featherstone, continues its run at the Robert Berman Gallery
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Afternoon Delight: Jane Lynch hosts the "Do Something Awards," Hilary Swank ... - AfterEllen.com
Google News - over 5 years
Exes & Ohs star Angela Featherstone is curating her first art exhibit, "F--k Pretty," which has its opening reception tonight at the Robert Berman Gallery (2525 Michigan Ave. #C2, Santa Monica CA 90404) from 6-9 pm The exhibit surveys a collection of
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'BENEATH THE DARK'; A Motel Stay Leads to Creepy Happenings
NYTimes - over 6 years
There are lots of reasons why horror filmmakers keep checking their characters into seedy motels: they're cheap, reliably creepy and, with luck, will spark latent ''Psycho'' associations among viewers old enough to make them. Sometimes the strategy works -- ''Identity'' (2003) and ''Vacancy'' (2007) are two of the more recent examples -- but not
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FILM REVIEW; Sweetheart, You're Back, But You're A Bit Pale
NYTimes - over 15 years
Like the last rose of a sorry cinematic summer or the first pallid pumpkin to presage Halloween, a bleeding heart of a horror movie titled ''Soul Survivors'' has plopped into theaters. Written and directed by Steve Carpenter, ''Soul Survivors'' is a sentimental story of little suspense and scant terror that asks the question: What's with Cassie?
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; Growing Up, and Away, From a Protective Mom
NYTimes - almost 18 years
The Other Sister Juliette Lewis, Giovanni Ribisi, Diane Keaton, Tom Skerritt, Poppy Montgomery, Sarah Paulson, Linda Thorson Directed by Garry Marshall 131 minutes -- PG-13 Toting her goldfish in a water-filled plastic bag, Carla Lewis (Ms. Lewis) returns to her well-to-do family in San Francisco. Carla, who is 24 and mentally retarded, has been
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What Makes Boys Laugh?; A Philosophy Major Finds the Golden Touch
NYTimes - over 18 years
Tom Rothman, president of 20th Century Fox film production, is a very happy studio executive. ''The boys are back,'' Mr. Rothman said, speaking of the studio's two summer hits, ''Doctor Dolittle'' and ''There's Something About Mary,'' which owe a hefty share of their box office success to teen-age boys. Similarly, Joe Roth, chairman of Walt Disney
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TAKING THE CHILDREN
NYTimes - about 19 years
The Wedding Singer Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Matthew Glave, Christine Taylor, Allen Covert, Angela Featherstone Directed by Frank Coraci PG-13 95 minutes When Robbie the wedding singer (Mr. Sandler) is stood up at the altar by his fiancee (Ms. Featherstone), he sours on matrimony and starts singing at bar mitzvahs. Concurrently, his friend
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TELEVISION REVIEW/NEW SEASON; Still Helping the Police, But in Another Country
NYTimes - over 19 years
When information on the new television season began to filter out a few months ago, one of the more troubling bits of news was that ABC planned to present an Americanized version of ''Cracker,'' the searing British crime series seen regularly in the United States over the last several years on A&E. Why bother to manufacture what would undoubtedly
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Dreamlike In Locale, Visual Style And Acting
NYTimes - over 20 years
Just when it looked as if there were no more ways to depict world-weary drug dealers under the Florida sun, Nick Gomez turns ''Illtown'' into a sleek metaphysical experiment in visual style. Making a major departure from the more conventionally boisterous tone of his earlier ''Laws of Gravity'' and ''New Jersey Drive,'' Mr. Gomez presents a cool,
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