Angela Goethals
Actress
Angela Goethals
Angela Bethany Goethals is an American actress. She is known for her recurring guest appearance on 24 and her roles in the TV sitcom Phenom and the movie Home Alone.
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Stage standout: Rubicon Theatre to present 'Steel Magnolias' - Ventura County Star
Google News - over 5 years
James Scolari/Contributed photo The cast of "Steel Magnolias" includes (from left) Amy Handelman as Shelby, Von Rae Wood as Clairee, Clarinda Ross as Truvy, Angela Goethals as Annelle, Stephanie Zimbalist as M'Lynn and Bonnie Franklin as Ouiser
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Rubicon Theatre Concludes 2010-2011 Season with STEEL MAGNOLIAS - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Rubicon alums Bonnie Franklin, Angela Goethals, CLARINDA ROSS, VON RAE WOOD and Stephanie Zimbalist are joined by newcomer AMY HANDELMAN under the direction of Rubicon Artistic Associate Jenny Sullivan. The show previews August 24, opens August 27,
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David Strathairn Signs on for LINCOLN Film - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
He played the dual roles of prison Officer and Prisoner in Pinter's 1989 play Mountain Language and Edwin Booth in a workshop production also featuring Angela Goethals of Booth: A House Divided by W. Stuart McDowell at The Players in 1989
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Scott Glosserman talks “MASK” sequel, “DEPARTURE,” etc. - FANGORIA
Google News - over 5 years
Glosserman and BEHIND scripter David J. Stieve have completed the script, with stars Nathan Baesel (as aspiring teen-slasher Leslie), Angela Goethals (as the documentarian who took Leslie as her latest subject) and Scott Wilson set to return
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This day in history - Boston Globe
Google News - almost 6 years
Actress Angela Goethals is 34. Actress-singer Naturi Naughton is 27. ► In 1861, the Confederate Congress resolved to move the capital of the Confederacy from Montgomery, Ala., to Richmond. North Carolina voted to secede from the Union
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(Following Advance for Use Friday, May 20) - Sify
Google News - almost 6 years
Actor Matt Czuchry is 34. Actress Angela Goethals is 34. Actress-singer Naturi Naughton is 27. Thought for Today: "Things are not to be judged good or bad merely because the public think so." — Tacitus, Roman senator and historian (c. AD 56-c. AD 115)
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THEATER REVIEW | 'THE ZERO HOUR'; Hitler Youth Alumni and the No. 7 Train
NYTimes - over 6 years
Since it runs through one of the most ethnically diverse areas in New York City, the No. 7 train has become a symbol for the melting pot. But not even John Rocker, the Atlanta Braves pitcher who compared the subway line to riding through Beirut, could imagine bumping into a charming Nazi on a ride through Queens. That's exactly what happens to
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Film in Review; Behind the Mask -- The Rise of Leslie Vernon
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Opened yesterday nationwide. Directed by Scott Glosserman 92 minutes After the success of Wes Craven's ''Scream'' franchise -- not to mention the unstoppable ''Scary Movie'' spawnings -- it takes nerve to attempt yet another serial-killer parody. But nerve is exactly what Scott Glosserman's mockumentary, ''Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie
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FOR YOUNG VIEWERS
NYTimes - about 13 years
In Seussland, Rhyme Without Reason, You See, Sir, Is Treason The only doctorate he had was an honorary one, bestowed by the public, for humor. Still, Dr. Seuss had an inimitable bedside manner. ''Biography: Dr. Seuss'' (tonight at 8 on A&E) looks at the world of Theodor Seuss Geisel and his stories, which have sold more than 200 million copies
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TV WEEKEND; A Crook Blunders Into Christmas Redemption
NYTimes - over 13 years
''Stealing Christmas'' wears its heart on its fur-trimmed red sleeve. This holiday fable, Sunday night on the USA Network, tugs at all the expected strings. The tugs are gentle, though. And while its plot is as familiar as Aunt Bertha's eggnog, this little film is surprisingly satisfying. The satisfaction comes in large measure from Tony Danza and
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TELEVISION REVIEW; 3 New England Brothers, With Sow's Ear and Silk
NYTimes - over 13 years
It is not hard to imagine how David E. Kelley dreamed up his new drama on CBS, ''The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H.'' It must have come to him in a fit of pique. The golden boy of television who has won Emmy after Emmy for shows like ''The Practice'' and ''Ally McBeal,'' suffered a surprising midlife reversal of fortune last year. Fox had bought and
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THEATER GUIDE
NYTimes - over 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy Broadway and Off Broadway shows this weekend. Approximate running times are in parentheses. * denotes a highly recommended show. + means discounted tickets were at the Theater Development Fund's TKTS booth for performances last Friday and Saturday nights. ++ means discounted tickets
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THEATER GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 16 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy Broadway and Off Broadway shows this weekend. Approximate running times are in parentheses. * denotes a highly recommended show. + means discounted tickets were at the Theater Development Fund's TKTS booth for performances last Friday and Saturday nights. ++ means tickets were at the
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THEATER REVIEW; Through the Eyes of the Beholder
NYTimes - almost 16 years
''Blur,'' a harmless new play by Melanie Marnich, is about a 17-year-old girl who, at a sad Thanksgiving dinner with her dotty mother, discovers that she can't see her feet. This is the sudden onset of a rare eye disease that seriously compromises her vision and threatens to leave her entirely blind. You would think that such a condition, revealed
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THEATER; Remembering Mama, More or Less, on Stage
NYTimes - about 16 years
EIGHT years ago, the actress Lynn Redgrave brought to the stage her memory play of sorts about life with father, the great actor, Sir Michael Redgrave. Now, it's mother's turn. Ms. Redgrave's new play, ''The Mandrake Root'' at Long Wharf Theater's Stage II in New Haven, goes under the guise of fiction. It is a ghastly play, of no theatrical
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THEATER REVIEW; All the World's a Stage? One Storefront Sure Is
NYTimes - over 16 years
''As You Like It'' is taken by the Liars' Club as an invitation from Shakespeare rather than as a mere title, and the company interprets the invitation pretty broadly. That's not a bad idea: this is a hardy play, and turning it into a circus not only produces unexpected laughter but also reminds us of how infinitely subversive the playwright's
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Corrections
NYTimes - about 17 years
A theater review yesterday about ''True History and Real Adventures,'' which opened Sunday night at the Vineyard Theater, misidentified the company for a previous appearance by Angela Goethals, who plays the central character. ''Four Baboons Adoring the Sun'' was a 1992 production of Lincoln Center Theater, not the Roundabout.
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THEATER REVIEW; Trailing Calamity Jane, Hoping to Find What's True
NYTimes - about 17 years
Kathleen Chalfant can do almost no wrong. If she wasn't already a star after playing a Mormon mom, a rabbi and Ethel Rosenberg in the Pulitzer Prize-winning ''Angels in America,'' she became one last year, winning every Off Broadway acting award in sight as the dying poetry professor in the Pulitzer Prize-winning ''Wit.'' Now her devotees will
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THEATER REVIEW; Rom. and Jul. Abbrev., With Mercutio as Mercutia
NYTimes - over 17 years
Characters tend to drop into the Present Company's ''Romeo and Juliet'' from adjoining rooftops; Juliet's balcony is a platform on an industrial scaffold; the stars are strings of construction lights in metal cages, and the young toughs from the Capulet and Montague clans do battle with chains. It all seems natural enough in this setting: the
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Review/Theater; Romantic Dreams In the Heartland
NYTimes - almost 23 years
WITH the passing years, William Inge gets smaller. One of the three big dramatists of the 1950's, along with Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller, today he seems a gifted but minor regional playwright. While he wrote evocatively about small-town people, their modest yearnings and the claustrophobia of their landlocked lives -- all of which he had
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Angela Goethals
    TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 27
    In 2005, Goethals made a recurring guest appearance on the TV show 24.
    More Details Hide Details She played Maya Driscoll, the mentally ill daughter of then Director of CTU Los Angeles, Erin Driscoll. Maya appeared in 6 episodes (including one uncredited) before committing suicide in a bathroom at CTU between 5pm and 6pm on Day 4. Since then, Goethals has gone on to make guest appearances on the TV series Grey's Anatomy, CSI and Crossing Jordan. She was nominated four times to a Young Artist Award at the Young Artist Awards: in 1989 for Best Young Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Fantasy for Heartbreak Hotel (1988), in 1991 for Best Young Actress Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Home Alone (1990), in 1992 for Best Young Actress Starring in a Motion Picture for V.I. Warshawski (1991) and in 1994 for Youth Actress Leading Role in a Television Series for Phenom (1993).
    In 2005, she landed a recurring guest appearance on 24, and also gained recognition and critical acclaim for her starring role in the black comedy horror mockumentary, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006).
    More Details Hide Details Goethals was born and raised in New York City, New York, the daughter of Rosalind, a teacher and single mom who raised Angela and her sister Sara. She is a great-great-granddaughter of George Washington Goethals, the chief engineer of the Panama Canal, and namesake of New York's Goethals Bridge. Goethals was a cheerleader at Stuyvesant High School and was introduced to the acting world by actress Jeanie Hackett, a family friend, who took her to several auditions. At the age of nine she got her first professional acting job, as the understudy to Sarah Michelle Gellar in The Widow Claire, an off-Broadway play written by Horton Foote. Two years later Goethals appeared as the daughter of Edwin Booth, portrayed by David Strathairn, in a workshop production of Booth: A House Divided, at The Players, New York City. Goethals appeared in her first movie, drama Rocket Gibraltar, two years later. The cast included Burt Lancaster, Kevin Spacey and Macaulay Culkin. Her sister Sara also had a small part. Later that year Goethals also appeared in Heartbreak Hotel, a film directed by Chris Columbus about the fictional kidnapping of Elvis Presley. Goethals's first starring role came in the 1993 TV series Phenom. She played Angela Doolan, a young tennis player struggling with the challenges of life including her single mother (Judith Light), obsessive tennis coach (William Devane) and bratty younger sister (Ashley Johnson).
  • 2003
    Age 25
    Between 2003 and 2004, Goethals made guest appearances on the popular TV series' Boston Public, Six Feet Under and Without a Trace, as well as playing a minor role in the Adam Sandler romantic comedy, Spanglish.
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  • 2002
    Age 24
    Later in 2002, Goethals also starred in the 1980s based sitcom Do Over.
    More Details Hide Details The show featured Penn Badgley as 34-year-old Joel Larsen, catapulted back in time to 1981 and forced to relive his school life. Goethals played his sister, Cheryl.
    2002 saw Goethals star as Polly in Comedy Central's first original movie, Porn 'n Chicken.
    More Details Hide Details The movie was based on the true story of the Porn 'n Chicken Club at Yale University. Its members gathered weekly to eat fried chicken and watch porn. The club made headlines in 2001 when members announced plans to make their own porn film, entitled "The StaXXX". Despite a trailer being released for their film, it was never finished and no further footage ever emerged.
    In February 2002 she moved back to Los Angeles to pursue film and television.
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  • 1999
    Age 21
    In 1999, Goethals graduated from the private liberal arts college, Vassar, with a bachelor's degree in French, in which she is fluent, and she rode in the IHSA Zone II Region 1 at the Advanced Walk-Trot-Canter level.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1996
    Age 18
    Goethals's next role in a blockbuster movie came in 1996's Jerry Maguire, a film that starred Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Renée Zellweger.
    More Details Hide Details Goethals played Kathy Sanders, Jerry's client who fakes tears when he calls her to inform her of his departure from the agency.
  • 1990
    Age 12
    In 1990, Goethals played Linnie, the sister of main character Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin), in Home Alone.
    More Details Hide Details The blockbuster family comedy, directed by Chris Columbus, is about a young boy facing two inept burglars when he's left home alone. The movie made nearly $500m worldwide. Goethals was one of only three main cast members not to return in the sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, two years later.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1987
    Age 9
    Goethals made her acting debut in the Broadway production of Coastal Disturbances in 1987, and later became known for her role in Home Alone (1990) playing the sister of Macaulay Culkin's character in the film.
    More Details Hide Details Throughout the 1990s, Goethals went on to star in several independent films and television shows, including a leading role on the sitcom Phenom (1993), as well as a small role in Jerry Maguire (1996). In 1999, Goethals graduated from Vassar college with a B.A. in French before returning to acting.
  • 1977
    Born
    Born on May 20, 1977.
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