Ben Crowley
Ben Crowley
Ben Crowley is an American actor. He has had many small roles on American television, including a recurring role on Glory Days. He has also had starring roles in the American movies Sucker Free City and The Bridge to Nowhere as well as in smaller productions
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Timpview an underdog? It's true - Daily Herald
Google News - over 5 years
The defensive line figures to be tough with Skylar Harmon, Gordon MoiMoi, Carson Rawle, Mike Hannum, York Kern and Ben Crowley. The defensive backfield features some wide receivers-turned-cornerbacks in Kaimana Clark, Kane Christianson and Eric
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Poll Hereford National sale - Weekly Times Now
Google News - over 5 years
Steve and Ben Crowley from Tycolah at Barraba, NSW bought the bull. Alistair and Jayne Day of Allendale Herefords, Bordertown, South Australia, sold the next highest-priced bull for $30000 for Allendale Anzac E114, sold to Centennial Herefords, Coolah,
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South East bulls in demand at national sale - The Border Watch
Google News - over 5 years
The top price of $46000 for the Valma bull offered by Keith and Andrew McLauchlan from Whitemore, Tasmania, was purchased by Steve and Ben Crowley of Tycolah, Barraba, NSW. Tycolah, buyers of the top-priced bull, sold Tycolah Investor for $23000 to
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Poll Hereford sells for $46000 at Dubbo - Weekly Times Now
Google News - over 5 years
The top priced bull was sold by Keith and Andrew McLauchlan from Whitemore, Tasmania, and purchased by Steve and Ben Crowley, Tycolah, Barraba, NSW. Second top was $30000 paid for Allendale Anzac E114. Alistair Day from Bordertown was the vendor with
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Hit and run driver's appeal for shorter ban turned down - Bristol Evening Post
Google News - over 5 years
Ben Crowley was jailed for five years and banned from driving for 10 years after mowing down 24-year-old Curtis Piper and his girlfriend Stephanie Slocombe on Valentine's Day, 2005. He appeared at Bristol Crown Court a free man, appealing for his ban
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Supernatural Season 6 Finale Review and Supernatural Season 7 Theories - Small Screen Scoop
Google News - over 5 years
Instead, Crowley gets on the phone and warns Dean to stay away from them or he will kill Lisa and Ben. Crowley: “Your chocolate has been in my peanut butter for far too long.” Crowley: “…I've got your uh, what are they? Ex lady friend and not kid and
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Homeowners Move to Fixed Rate Mortgages - Housing Predictor
Google News - almost 6 years
“Unless you have been living in a cave you have either lost a home to foreclosure or you know someone who has or is going to,” said Laguna Beach, California real estate analyst Ben Crowley, who consults for corporations and hedge funds
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 6 years
9 P.M. (History) AMERICAN RESTORATION When members of the Harrison family of ''Pawn Stars'' want to return something like a rusty Sinclair gas pump or a decrepit Indian motorcycle to its original luster, they call Rick Dale, above, the owner of Rick's Restorations in Las Vegas. Now Mr. Dale is getting his own spinoff with this new series, which
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Murder, He Wrote (and Witnessed, Too)
NYTimes - about 15 years
If junky pleasure were so easy, there would be more of it on television, instead of just junk. Kevin Williamson, creator of the hit television series ''Dawson's Creek'' and the popular ''Scream'' horror movies, knows the difference. The ingredients in ''Glory Days,'' his new show for the WB network, are familiar: a shopworn genre, glossy actors,
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TELEVISION/RADIO; Rewriting the Whodunit For 20-Somethings
NYTimes - about 15 years
IN Kevin Williamson's new TV series, ''Glory Days,'' a mystery writer in a quaint seaside village solves a murder case each week. Sounds like an updated ''Murder, She Wrote,'' right? ''No no no no no,'' Mr. Williamson retorts. ''That's completely unfair.'' When it's pointed out again that Mike Dolan, the protagonist of ''Glory Days,'' is a
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