Barney Clark
Barney Clark
Barney Ivan S. Clark is an English actor. Clark began acting in school plays and appeared in the 2001 film Lawless Heart. He successfully auditioned for the title role in the 2005 version of Oliver Twist, directed by Roman Polanski; 800 children had auditioned for the role. The film opened in September 2005 and was mostly considered a financial and critical disappointment, although Clark received positive reviews for his performance.
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Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights: do we need new film versions? - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
It was made in the Czech Republic, and except for Barney Clark's Oliver the faces of its waifs are inimitably Slavic, abraded by ancestral despair. Like Zeffirelli sympathising with Jane Eyre, Polanski saw Oliver's story as a replica of his own
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A good heart is hard to find but artificial ones are getting better - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
The first recipient of the Jarvik-7, Barney Clark, spent his final 112 days of borrowed life tethered to a 180kg pump, confused, bleeding and asking to be allowed to die. The second recipient, William Schroeder, survived in a coma for 20 months,
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MoMA Announces Roman Polanski Retrospective and Fall Film Exhibitions Schedule - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
With Ben Kingsley, Barney Clark, Jamie Foreman, Leanne Rowe, Mark Strong. Polanski-whose desperate childhood is echoed by that of the novel's young hero-created a superbly realistic adaptation of Dickens's first great masterpiece that rivals the David
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Mostras de Cinema e Sessões Extras - 05 a 11 de agosto - Jornal do Brasil
Google News - over 5 years
Com Ben Kingsley, Barney Clark (Reino Unido / República Tcheca / França / Itália, 2005. Aventura. 2h10). Uma adaptação do clássico conto de Dickens, onde um órfão encontra um batedor de carteiras nas ruas de Londres. De lá, ele se junta a uma turma de
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Sống nhờ tim nhân tạo chứa trong balô - Tin nhanh
Google News - over 5 years
Tiếp sau các cuộc thử nghiệm trên động vật trong những năm 1970, cuộc phẫu thuật tiếp theo diễn ra vào năm 1982 khi trái tim nhân tạo Jarvik 7 được cấy ghép cho một nha sĩ có tên gọi Barney Clark. 198 ca phẫu thuật tương tự được tiến hành sau đó
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Matthew Green, 40, is first person in UK fitted with artificial heart that ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Following animal testing in the 1970s, the next operation took place in 1982 when the Jarvik 7artificial heart was transplanted into a dentist called Barney Clark. 198 operations followed. By 2001 the first completely self-contained total artificial
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Teenager recovering after local surgeons install artificial heart - Houston Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
The SynCardia heart had its origins in the Jarvik-7, first implanted in 61-year-old dentist Barney Clark in 1982. Unlike some newer artificial hearts, the SynCardia device is not self-contained. It requires patients to be tethered to a pump until a
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人造心脏 无线供能 - 新浪网
Google News - over 5 years
如果能造出可长期代替自然心泵功能、但不会产生并发症的机械血泵,心脏病将不再会是人类最恐惧的杀手之一。1969年,人工心脏第一次被应用于人体,患者使用它度过了64小时的时间;1982年,气动式心室辅助装置被植入人体
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Funeral Services Held for 104-Year-Old Fannie Clark Lasseigne - KATC Lafayette News
Google News - almost 6 years
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Floyd Nelson; second husband, Marcel Charles Lasseigne; her parents, Joseph and Sarah Hollingsworth Clark; one brother, Leon Clark; one sister, Anita Clark Poole; two half-brothers, Barney Clark and Allie
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Hacking the Human Heart - Big Think
Google News - almost 6 years
Those alive in the 1980′s will recall the enormous global fanfare received by Dr. Barney Clark and his artificial heart. Dr. Clark was kept alive with the Jarvik 7 artificial heart for 112 days–a medical miracle at the time
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Willem Kolff, Doctor Who Invented Kidney and Heart Machines, Dies at 97
NYTimes - about 8 years
Dr. Willem J. Kolff, a resourceful Dutch physician who invented the first artificial kidney in a rural hospital during World War II, using sausage casings and even orange juice cans, and went on to build the first artificial heart, died Wednesday at his home in Newtown Square, Pa. Dr. Kolff, whose work has been credited with saving millions of
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Pfizer to End Lipitor Ads With Jarvik
NYTimes - about 9 years
Under criticism that its ads are misleading, Pfizer said Monday that it would cancel a long-running advertising campaign using the artificial heart pioneer Robert Jarvik as a spokesman for its cholesterol drug Lipitor. Pfizer has spent more than $258 million advertising Lipitor since January 2006, most of it on the Jarvik campaign, as the company
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Implantable Heart Device Receives F.D.A. Approval
NYTimes - over 10 years
The Food and Drug Administration gave limited approval on Tuesday to a Massachusetts company to sell the first fully implantable artificial heart, a device that can let patients move about freely for up to two hours at a time. The approval was given even though the grapefruit-size device was implanted in just 14 patients at four hospitals from 2001
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FILM REVIEW; Dickensian Deprivations Delivered From the Gut
NYTimes - over 11 years
Roman Polanski's last movie, ''The Pianist,'' which was widely hailed as a return to form, was also an intensely personal movie for the director. Adapted from someone else's autobiography, the movie, about a Polish Jew struggling to survive the nightmare of Naziism, nonetheless dealt with experiences painfully close to Mr. Polanski's own life. The
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THE NEW SEASON FILM; An Airborne Adventure and a Tale From the Crypt
NYTimes - over 11 years
All dates are subject to change. September Wednesday CHAIN The Brooklyn-based documentary maker Jem Cohen directed his first feature about a pair of women stranded in a commercial ''superlandscape'' of shopping malls, theme parks and hotels. THE FUTURE OF FOOD Deborah Koons Garcia's documentary looks at what's lurking in genetically modified food.
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Arts, Briefly
NYTimes - over 11 years
Taking the Video Music Awards to the Web MTV is taking its Video Music Awards beyond television with broadband coverage, featuring bonus performances and other original online coverage, The Associated Press reported. The Internet video channel MTV Overdrive (mtv.com/overdrive) will include additional coverage of arrivals, parties and interviews,
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Heart Device Is Approved By F.D.A.
NYTimes - over 12 years
The Food and Drug Administration said yesterday that it had approved the use of an artificial heart made by SynCardia Systems as a temporary life-saving device for patients awaiting transplants. SynCardia, a start-up based in Tucson, said that tens of thousands of Americans waiting for transplants could be candidates for the device. But the F.D.A.
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On Medicine's Frontier: The Last Journey of James Quinn
NYTimes - over 14 years
On the day his doctors disconnected his artificial heart, ending his life, James Quinn gave them one final scare. It was Aug. 26, nearly nine months after Dr. Louis E. Samuels, a transplant surgeon at Hahnemann University Hospital here, removed Mr. Quinn's diseased heart and replaced it with a mechanical one, turning the 52-year-old retired baker
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Barney Clark
    TEENAGE
  • 2011
    Age 17
    In December 2011, Clark was sentenced to 14 months in prison for violent disorder after a rave he was attending was busted by the police.
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  • 2005
    Age 11
    The film opened in September 2005 and Clark received positive reviews for his performance although the film was mostly considered a financial and critical disappointment.
    More Details Hide Details When he was on the set of Oliver Twist he kept a diary every day. His latest projects include Savage Grace and short film Moog.
    He successfully auditioned for the title role in the 2005 version of Oliver Twist, directed by Roman Polanski; 800 children had auditioned for the role.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 7
    Clark began acting in school plays and appeared in the 2001 film Lawless Heart when he was eight.
    More Details Hide Details He attended Central Foundation Boys' School in Islington, London, and was in the yellow form of Year 11. He recently attended La Swap Sixth Form, whether or not he is still studying there now is unknown.
  • 1993
    Born
    Born on June 25, 1993.
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