Arliss Howard
American actor
Arliss Howard
Arliss Howard is an American actor, writer and film director.
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'True Blood' Is About To Get A Whole Lot Crazier
Huffington Post - over 3 years
It takes a lot to surprise True Blood fans, but Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) kissing the severed head of her late lover, Gov. Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard), in last week's episode did it. "I had no idea, actually, that I was gonna kiss the head, it just sort of happened," Camp said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly managing editor Jess Cagle that aired this week on EW's Sirius XM channel. "If I get an impulse that's, like, creepy, I'm like, why not? They can always tell me not to do it. But better to be pulled back than to be pushed forward, you know."
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Nobody Is Safe On 'True Blood'
Huffington Post - over 3 years
More death is coming to "True Blood" Season 6. According to new cast member Rob Kazinsky (Warlow on "True Blood"), the grim reaper visits Bon Temps quite a bit this season and the deaths are "going to greatly change the tone of the show." "I'll let you in on a secret: There are multiple deaths this season," he told Access Hollywood. "Each is more shocking than the next and just when you think somebody just couldn’t bite the bullet, there they go." Michael McMillian, who plays Steve Newlin on "True Blood," also teased a huge death that changes the show. “I obviously can’t say who it is, but I was definitely surprised when I found out,” McMillian told Hollywood Life. Two deaths rocked "True Blood" in the Sunday, July 21 episode. Terry (Todd Lowe) and Governor Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard) kicked the bucket. Lowe said Terry's death will send Arlene (Carrie Preston) on the road to vengeance. "She will seek vengeance. She's going to try to figure it out. We leav ...
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From 'Cosby' To 'True Blood'
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Jurnee Smollett-Bell has been on some of TV's top shows from "Full House" to "Friday Night Lights" and she's adding a gory one to that list: "True Blood." The former "Cosby" actress stopped by HuffPost Live to discuss her new movie "Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor" and spilled some details about her new "True Blood" gig. "I'm super excited about it," she said (above). "My character Nicole is ... an activist who comes to Louisiana to help with 'the cause.'" Smollett-Bell couldn't reveal too much else, but did hint at the involvement of animals and "some biting." For its upcoming season, "True Blood" has also added "90210" alumna Amelia Rose Blaire as Willa, Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell's (Arliss Howard) daughter, who clashes with her father over vampire rights, TVLine previously reported. Rutger Hauer will also join "True Blood" Season 6 as the sinister Macklyn who has mysterious ties to Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Jason (Ryan Kwanten), according ...
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Look Who's Shaking Up 'True Blood'
Huffington Post - about 4 years
"True Blood" Season 6 will bring some new faces to Bon Temps. "Friday Night Lights" alum Jurnee Smollett has joined the vamp-y HBO drama as a series regular and "90210's" Amelia Rose Blaire will recur in Season 6, TVLine reports. On "True Blood," Smollett -- who also famously played Michelle Tanner's best friend Denise on "Full House" -- will play optimist Nicole. According to TVLine, Nicole is concerned with doing the right thing versus doing something for compensation. Elsewhere on "True Blood" Season 6, Blaire will portray Willa, Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell's (Arliss Howard) daugther, who disagrees with her father over vampire rights, according to TVLine. In more casting news ... Dave Annable is stopping by "Ben and Kate." The star of ABC's late "666 Park Avenue" heads to the Fox comedy as a hot college professor. Kate and BJ head back to school and take an ethics class together, which is taught Greg (Annable), who "doesn't always practice what he tea ...
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Canceladas por buenas: series que acabaron injustamente - VerTele
Google News - over 5 years
Travers se convirtió en un personaje con una fuerte carga emocional, ya que está traumatizado por las pérdidas que sufrió en el 11-S. Protagonizada por James Badge Dale (24, The Pacific), Miranda Richardson (Sleepy Hollow) y Arliss Howard (La chaqueta
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Tres para llevar: noticias de la semana - Terra México
Google News - over 5 years
Puede que no le guste que lo relacionen con el personaje que interpretó o que no esté complacido con la cinta en general, como sucedió con el actor Arliss Howard en I Know My First Name Is Steven (1989), película para TV donde interpretó a un
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AMC's Unfortunate Killing - California Literary Review
Google News - over 5 years
The show presented a different look at those in the spy field- the stress of the job, the paranoia, the depression- with clever dialogue and a collection of memorable characters and side characters including Arliss Howard's Kale Ingram and Michael
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Rubicon: episode eight - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Rubicon: Kale (Arliss Howard) with Ed (Roger Robinson). Photograph: BBC/Warner Bros Entertainment Inc/Warner Horizon Television Spoiler alert: Don't read on if you haven't watched the eighth episode of Rubicon on BBC4. If you've seen later episodes
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Rubicon: episode six - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The mysterious Kale Ingram (Arliss Howard) makes his presence felt. Photograph: Warner Bros Entertainment Inc./BBC Spoiler alert: Don't read on if you haven't watched the sixth episode of Rubicon on BBC4. If you've seen later episodes please be aware
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Rubicon: episode three - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Kale Ingram (Arliss Howard) and Maggie Young (Jessica Collins) in episode three of Rubicon. Photograph: Craig Blankenhorn/BBC Spoiler alert: Don't read on if you haven't watched the third episode of Rubicon on BBC4. If you've seen later episodes please
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The Dropout
NYTimes - over 6 years
When Debra Winger, the actor who is now as famous for walking away from her chosen profession as for excelling within it, first met with the producers of HBO's psychotherapy drama ''In Treatment,'' it was because they were hoping to entice her to take on the role of Frances, a complicated, unhappy and sometimes evasive leading lady whom Winger
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What's On Sunday
NYTimes - over 6 years
8 P.M. (NBC) THE 62ND ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDSJimmy Fallon takes over from Neil Patrick Harris as host of this ceremony honoring excellence in television, held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles and broadcast live from coast to coast for the first time in more than 30 years. Eight cameras positioned backstage -- the better to capture
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What's On Sunday
NYTimes - over 6 years
8 P.M. (AMC) RUBICON Set and shot in New York City, this new series is a thriller involving a team of intelligence analysts who sift through data in search of potential threats to the United States, while the wider plot hinges on a major conspiracy. In the premiere tonight, a two-episode installment, Will Travers (James Badge Dale, ''24,'') tries
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TELEVISION; People, Places And Menace: Moody Paranoia
NYTimes - over 6 years
BUILDINGS were crucial to the conspiracy thrillers of the mid-1970s, as monolithic symbols of dread (the Los Angeles Convention Center in ''The Parallax View,'' the San Francisco hotels and office towers of ''The Conversation'' ) or illusory havens (the Upper East Side brownstone of ''Three Days of the Condor''''). When Henry Bromell signed on as
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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'RUBICON'; Google Is No Help To These Modern Spies
NYTimes - over 6 years
''Rubicon'' seems irresistible: a suspenseful series laced with conspiracy and espionage in the style of classic 1970s thrillers like ''Three Days of the Condor'' and ''The Parallax View.'' The official two-hour premiere of ''Rubicon'' doesn't arrive until August, but on Sunday, after the season finale of ''Breaking Bad,'' AMC will offer a sneak
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE'; So Sorry, I Lost My Clothes Years Ago
NYTimes - over 7 years
You could say that ''The Time Traveler's Wife'' is a science-fictiony romance about eternal love and all that sniffy, weepy stuff. Or you could think of it as a crazy story about a stalker who sweet-talks a little girl whom he later seduces when she's a teenager only to then knock her up and emotionally, psychologically and spiritually knock her
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SUMMER MOVIES; August
NYTimes - almost 8 years
AUGUST Aug. 7 COLD SOULSPaul Giamatti stars as ''Paul Giamatti'' -- an actor who hopes to improve his portrayal of Uncle Vanya by turning to a high-tech company to have his soul removed. All goes well until he tries to get it back and finds that it has been sold to a no-talent actress in a Russian soap opera. Sophie Barthes directed; with David
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THEATER REVIEW | 'JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE'; Wilson's Wanderers, Searching For Home
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Great works of art often tote heavy baggage. Yet the revival of August Wilson's ''Joe Turner's Come and Gone,'' a drama of indisputable greatness, feels positively airborne. Much of Bartlett Sher's splendid production, which opened Thursday night at the Belasco Theater, moves with the engaging ease of lively, casual conversation. Some part of you,
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Spare Times
NYTimes - over 8 years
AROUND TOWN Museums and Sites AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Central Park West and 79th Street. Friday, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., ''One Step Beyond,'' a dance party with cocktails and a special screening of ''Passport to the Universe,'' the inaugural space show at the opening of the Rose Center for Earth and Space in 2000; $20. Through Jan. 4, ''The
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Long Way Home: A 'Rough South' Lion Honored in His Old Lair
NYTimes - almost 10 years
The minimarts in this town are not allowed to sell cold beer, and anyone familiar with Larry Brown or his fiction might reasonably think that he is the reason. Mr. Brown, who grew up in this area, wrote stories with many a compulsive drinker, many a winding road and nary a designated driver. Like his characters Mr. Brown, a firefighter and largely
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Arliss Howard
    FIFTIES
  • 2011
    Age 56
    Howard appeared in the 2011 feature Moneyball.
    More Details Hide Details Howard has extensive stage credits, including a role in the 2009 revival of August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone on Broadway. He has appeared in several productions at the American Repertory Theatre (ART) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, including Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive, with his wife, Debra Winger, and Bertolt Brecht's In the Jungle of the Cities, directed by Robert Woodruff. He was also seen as Mikhail Lvovich Astrov in Anton Chekov's Uncle Vanya, and Nikolái Ivánov in the playwright's Ivanov, with Winger playing the role of Anna. Howard is married to actress Debra Winger. He has two sons, Sam Howard (born 1987) from his previous marriage to talent agent Karen Sellars and Gideon "Babe" Howard (born 1997) with Winger. Notes
  • 2010
    Age 55
    In 2010 he played Kale Ingram, a benignly duplicitous supervisor at an American intelligence agency in the cerebral TV series Rubicon, which was canceled by AMC after 13 episodes.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1997
    Age 42
    In 1997, he co-starred in Jurassic Parks sequel, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, as Hammond's conniving nephew Peter Ludlow, a greedy and manipulative businessman.
    More Details Hide Details Arliss has had a recurring role in the CBS weekly drama series Medium and has directed several episodes. He also starred in and directed the films Big Bad Love and Dawn Anna, both co-written with James Howard, his brother. His wife, Debra Winger, stars in both films.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Born
    Born on October 18, 1954.
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