Ashley Williams
American actor
Ashley Williams
Ashley Churchill Williams is an American television, movie and Broadway actress.
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Ashley Williams's personal information overview.
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Actress Writes Powerful Essay To Other Women Who've Miscarried
Huffington Post - 5 months
Ashley Williams has shared details about her miscarriage to let women who have been through the same painful experience know they are not alone. In an essay for the Human Development Project, the actress from “The Jim Gaffigan Show” wrote that she had a miscarriage while shopping at Whole Foods with her son, Gus, who was almost 2 years old at the time. During her visit, Williams felt something on her left leg and realized it was blood. She touched her leg, and her son asked what was on her hand. She told him it was “an emergency.” “I wiped my hand on my jean shorts, noticing they were already soaked through with blood,” she wrote. “I stopped to text my husband: ‘I think I need you to come home from work.’” After her experience, Williams discovered most of her friends had also had at least one miscarriage. According to the American Pregnancy Association, 10 to 25 percent of “clinically recognized pregnancies” result in miscarriage. These statistics baffled Williams, especiall ...
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'How I Met Your Mother' star Ashley Williams reveals miscarriage: 'I'm a survivor'
Fox News - 5 months
The 37-year-old actress penned a powerful essay on her experience for 'Human Development Project.'....
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Fashion Week Photo Diary: Ryan Lo and Ashley Williams
NYTimes - 5 months
Scenes from the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in London on Friday.
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London Fashion Week: Coming to an End
NYTimes - about 1 year
The final day includes Marques’Almeida, Amanda Wakeley, Christopher Raeburn and Ashley Williams.
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Cultural & Charitable Catch-Up: October 28, 2013
Huffington Post - over 3 years
C & C Catch-Up Cultural & Charitable Catch-Up _______________________________ The Jazz Foundation's Loft Party, "A Time To Kill", "12 Years A Slave", The Abbey Theater at Irish Arts, Dr. Eli Wiesel, Nick Brandt's "Across The Ravaged Land" at Hasted Kraeutler, Hedy Klineman's Buddhas at Tibet House, East Berlin at National Arts, The American Indian College Fund at Ramscale, The New York Women's Foundation at Le Cirque, "Haute Cuisine", James Wines receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Obama, Village Halloween Parade... Text and All Photographs © Jill Lynne, October 2013 Perhaps the most ecstatic music experience I've had since Woodstock, occurred this past weekend at the Jazz Foundation's extraordinary Montreux Festival, 22nd Annual "Loft Party"... Davell Crawford (keyboard), Thaddus Richard (organ), Brian Seeger (guitar), Mark Brooks (bass) & Joe Dyson (drums) The amazing talent, Jazz musicians, ole-time Gospel and Blues Singers and young playe ...
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Theater: The 'Big Fish' That Got Away; Poor Time Killer
Huffington Post - over 3 years
BIG FISH ** out of **** A TIME TO KILL* 1/2 out of **** BIG FISH ** out of **** NEIL SIMON THEATRE One holiday season years ago, my siblings were all back home. I would be there in a few days but they called me and put me on speakerphone with everyone listening. "We're having an argument," said my brother Chris, "and we need you to settle it. Just say the first thing that comes to mind. What did dad do during the war?" I answered immediately, "He was a nurse during the war, right down to the big hat with wings that jutted out on the side, like the nuns wore." Everyone burst out laughing while I heard my dad good-naturedly exclaiming, "I never said that!" But of course he had, along with a million other stories, some true, many with a grain of truth and more than a few completely untrue but fun and why let facts get in the way of a good story? My father dined and drank with everyone from the Pointer Sisters (probably true, since he barely knew who they were) to Jackie Gleason. He ...
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Aisle View: <i>Time to Kill</i> on Stage
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The final 20 minutes of the courtroom drama A Time to Kill provide crackling theatrics, as idealistic folksy small-town lawyer Sebastian Arcelus goes up against slimily wily district attorney (and governor-nominee) Patrick Page. Unfortunately, those 20 minutes of high drama come after two full hours of lumbering storytelling. Since this is Mississippi, the D.A. is bigoted and the Klan is a-marchin' in; since this is a formulaic tale, from the 1989 novel by John Grisham, the good guy wins and the good ol' boys lose. Lumbering, I suppose, is the accurate word. The action is divided into eighteen scenes, taking place in and around the courthouse in fictional Clanton, MS. There's nothing wrong with dividing your play into eighteen scenes, of course, but there is a problem if you build your production on a clunky turntable. They talk, they stop, you watch in the dimmed light as the furniture on the turntable turns, and then they start again. And again and again. Watching A Time to Ki ...
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‘X Factor’: Ashly Williams, Ellona Santiago wow the judges
Houston Chronicle - over 3 years
Big voices, lots of tears and promising talent.
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50 Things That Will Make You Say 'Wow!'
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Welcome to O's rousing roundup of awe-inspiring people, places and things that bowled us over, choked us up and lifted our spirits high. 1. Nothing But Net In 1997 painter Janet Echelman moved to India on a Fulbright Lectureship -- but her paints, which she'd shipped separately, never arrived. One day while walking on the beach, she noticed the massive nets being used by local fishermen; unlike her abstract paintings, "they were able to change and move, and were soft but also incredibly strong," she recalls. She decided to experiment -- and, working with the fishermen, produced her first woven sculpture, a jellyfish-like self-portrait she called Wide Hips. Now her enormous, billowing creations hang in cities around the globe, from an airport terminal in San Francisco to a plaza in Porto, Portugal. She chooses her materials -- netting, mesh -- for fluidity, which contrasts sharply with the urban environments where her pieces live. "In big cities we're surrounded by concrete chasms, b ...
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Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Jobstacles: For Teens, Soft Skills Are Hard Skills
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By: Ashley Williams Three years ago, when Christian Hernandez was 16 years old, he recorded a joke voicemail greeting. It starts off with, “Hello. Hey! Uh, can’t understand you.” It’s meant to trick the caller into thinking it’s Hernandez on the phone. Eventually, callers hear, “Ha, voicemail! You know what to do stupid.” Now, at 19, Hernandez is looking for a job, and the greeting which started off as a joke for friends is now a liability. Teen unemployment is at 24.4%, three times the national average. With opportunities for young job seekers so scarce, it’s more important than ever that they think about all the little things that could hurt their chances, like a voicemail greeting calling potential employers “stupid.” With only two weeks left before summer break, I visited Skyline High School in Oakland, Calif., to talk with teens about summer employment. As the bell rang at 3:05, signaling the end of the school day, most teens rushed for the door, but sophomores Mar ...
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Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: For Teens, Is Any Job A Good Job?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By: Ashley Williams Eight bucks an hour plus tips. Drake Elliot says it’s not so bad to be a pizza delivery driver. Especially since the job comes with perks. “You’re above a civilian slightly, like I can double park in the middle of the street, hold up my pizza bag and be like, ‘It’s okay ma’am, I’m a pizza delivery driver. I’m just doing my job.’” he said. And at 20 years-old, the Santa Barbara, California community college student has already had a lot of jobs. “Well I’ve been an administrative assistant. I’ve worked as an intern at a graphic design company. I’ve been a janitor. I’ve been a counselor at a skateboard camp. I’ve worked as a painter. I’ve worked doing carpentry,” said Elliot. That’s not even counting the jobs that Elliot doesn’t put on his resume. Once he tried laying tiles for a home remodel -- but had no idea what he was doing. He broke half the tiles and was fired the same day. Elliot says with so few jobs available to people his age, he’ll try ...
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How To Live A Regret-Free Life
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Regret is poisonous. Here's how to ditch it. By Ashley Williams If you're still beating yourself up for, say, letting an old flame go, you might want to cut yourself some slack. A recent study reveals one secret to staying cheerful well into old age: leaving regret in the past. German researchers found that subjects over 65 who were happiest in their lives did not show remorse over opportunities missed as part of a game of chance, while those who were depressed did. We asked psychiatrist James S. Gordon, MD, author of Unstuck, for advice on dispelling the shoulda, coulda, wouldas. Q: Regret is such a tough emotion to deal with. Where do we start? A: Admit what you didn't do, what you lost, or what you got that you no longer want. If you pretend you're not truly upset, you'll never get past it. Q: But doesn't indulging our sadness just make us feel worse about our choices? A: Not at all. A decision may seem lamentable five years down the road, but it's lik ...
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Chelsea v Swansea City: Latest Capital One Cup semi final first leg team news UPDATED
Yorkshire Evening Post - about 4 years
Gerhard Tremmel is set to start in goal when Swansea travel to Chelsea for the first leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final. The German has played throughout the run to the last four, and manager Michael Laudrup feels Tremmel has earned the right to keep his place ahead of Michel Vorm as Swansea chase a first appearance at a major Wembley final. Angel Rangel should be available after a calf problem, while Pablo Hernandez, Ashley Williams and Michu should all return to the starting line-up at Stamford Bridge. Provisional squad: Vorm, Bartley, Flores, Williams, Britton, Lita, Michu, Graham, Hernandez, Dyer, Routledge, Monk, Shechter, Moore, De Guzman, Tiendalli, Rangel, Ki, Tremmel, Agustien, Gower, Richards, Davies. **** Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez has no fresh injury concerns ahead of tomorrow’s Capital One Cup semi-final first leg against Swansea. Petr Cech (groin) and John Terry (knee) remain out, although the latter could play for with the Blues’ Under-21 squad on ...
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Laurence Fishburne Will Crack Down On 'Hannibal'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Laurence Fishburne is headed to NBC to crack down on "Hannibal." Amid rumors, The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the "CSI" alum and Emmy winner will play Jack Crawford, the head of the FBI's behavioral sciences unit. In the 13-episode drama from "Dead Like Me" and "Pushing Daisies" creator Bryan Fuller, Mads Mikkelsen has already cast as the titular character, a psychiatrist-turned-serial killer, and Hugh Dancy will star as Will Graham, the criminal profiler who enlists Hannibal's help in the hunt for a serial killer. In the feature films about the Hannibal Lecter, based on the novels by Thomas Harris, Fishburne's role of Jack Crawford was played by Dennis Farina in "Manhunter," Scott Glenn in "The Silence of the Lambs," and Harvey Keitel in "Red Dragon." At Comic-Con earlier in July, Fuller told fans that "Hannibal" will be "an elegant horror movie on network TV." In other casting news ... Carrie Preston heads to "Royal Pains." The "True Blood" actress and "The ...
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Chester FC: Ashley Williams will be back playing by Christmas - ChesterChronicle.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
NEIL Young has been given a major boost after tests revealed the injury sustained to Ashley Williams is not as bad as first feared. The midfield general will be back in action by Christmas having been told he does not require an operation on the
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Shrewsbury 3-1 Swansea - BBC Sport
Google News - over 5 years
77:00 Effort from the edge of the area by Ashley Williams goes wide of the right-hand upright. 76:30 Stephen Dobbie decides to take a short corner. 76:23 Stephen Dobbie produces a cross, blocked by Terry Gornell. 76:05 Corner taken by Mark Gower from
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