Brynn Thayer
American actor
Brynn Thayer
Brynn Laurel Thayer is an American actress who has had numerous roles in a variety of television series, most notably Matlock portraying Matlock's daughter, Leanne MacIntyre. She is the daughter of the late William Paul Thayer, a former naval officer and business executive who was Deputy Secretary of Defense in the Reagan Administration, and Margery Schwartz Thayer.
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Brad Schreiber: Top L.A. Theatre Productions of 2012
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Red (Center Theatre Group at Mark Taper Forum) It's rare to be dazzled by a two-hander, but Josh Logan's rich writing made this tale of artist Mark Rothko (a career turn for Alfred Molina) and his newly hired, oft-abused assistant (Jonathan Groff) nothing less than entrancing. Logan's depiction of the irascible Rothko's self-destructing behavior after taking a commission in contrast to his aesthetics was seamlessly guided by Michael Grandage. Ute Lemper (UCLA Live at Royce Hall) World class and world-hopping chanteuse Ute Lemper shared her Berlin Nights/Paris Days: The Art of Chanson, supported by the Vogler Quartet and Stefan Malzew. From Piaf to Piazolla, she is a marvelous performer who acts the emotions of the work brilliantly. When you hear an audience member gasp during Weill's "Surabaya Johnny," you are reminded you are witnessing greatness. It Is Done (22Q Ent. and Go AlleyCat Prods. at The Pig 'N Whistle) Alex Goldberg's site-specific, spooky metaphysical th ...
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TV Q&A: Which shows will return? - Defiance Crescent News (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
Then, in later seasons, Brynn Thayer played his daughter, Leanne. Was there one daughter with two names or two daughters? Rob: According to the TV critics' bibles -- Total Television by Alex McNeil and The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and
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Michael Zaslow, 54, Soap Actor; Publicized Lou Gehrig's Disease
NYTimes - about 18 years
Michael Zaslow, an Emmy Award-winning actor who played a victim of Lou Gehrig's disease on the soap opera ''One Life to Live'' and who struggled with the illness in real life, died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan. He was 54. The cause was a heart attack, Brynn Thayer, who played his wife on the show in the 1980's, said. Mr. Zaslow won a daytime
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Paid Notice: Deaths ZASLOW, MICHAEL
NYTimes - about 18 years
ZASLOW-Michael. The Board and Staff of The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, Greater New York Chapter, deeply mourn the passing of our courageous friend Michael Zaslow. Since the day of his diagnosis with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), Michael dedicated the strength of his celebrity to mobilizing the print and broadcast communities in
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Critic's Notebook; New Spice To Season TV Oldies, Mildly
NYTimes - over 24 years
While gray hair obviously hasn't put a crimp in Bill Clinton's ambitions, the slightest sign of age or aging is enough to make some skittish broadcasters dive for the cancellation button. These are the network executives propounding a single and hardly unassailable advertising rule: young audiences, good (they spend more); older audiences, not so
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Reviews/Television; High School Journalism Goes Video
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Take ''Welcome Back, Kotter,'' ''The White Shadow,'' ''Head of the Class'' and any other sitcom ever set in a high school, shake well and you could effortlessly come up with ''TV 101,'' the new series beginning at 8 o'clock tonight on CBS. In this case, we get a newly divorced teacher in his late 20's returning to his old high school to teach
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Strangers On a Train, In 'Kansas'
NYTimes - over 28 years
''Kansas'' sets itself up as a suspense story entangled with the people and values of America's heartland. Here is what happens in one supposedly sleepy little town. A wheat field-wholesome young man named Wade (Andrew McCarthy) is on his way to New York City. After his car burns up, he jumps on a freight train where he meets a drifter named Doyle
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Review/Film; A Detective Who Just Won't Wait
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Chuck Norris's big problem in ''Hero and the Terror'' is that he is a police detective who never waits for his backup. As Danny O'Brien, his life is full of other unlikely complications: he feels guilty about undeserved heroism; his pregnant girlfriend, who used to be his psychiatrist, won't marry him; his best friend is killed by a serial
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Film: 'Big Shots,' A Comedy
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: IF all those movies about black-white teams of hero-adventurers strike you as kid stuff, you haven't seen anything yet. ''Big Shots,'' which opens today at the Criterion and other theaters, is kid stuff with kids. IF all those movies about black-white teams of hero-adventurers strike you as kid stuff, you haven't seen anything yet. ''Big
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S.E.C. LISTS THAYER SUIT WITNESSES
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday listed several prominent businessmen that it intends to call as witnesses in its case against Paul Thayer, the former Deputy Secretary of Defense. Mr. Thayer has been charged with helping eight individuals make $1.9 million by illegally providing them with insider information. The S.E.C., in a filing
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TEXAS STOCKBROKER WITH TIE TO THAYER
NYTimes - about 33 years
For some 12 years, Billy Bob Harris has enjoyed local celebrity status in this sprawling metropolitan area through his daily radio and television broadcasts of the news from Wall Street. But Mr. Harris, a folksy stockbroker who numbers several Dallas Cowboys and entertainment personalities among his closest friends, made news in a different way on
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WEEKENDER GUIDE
NYTimes - over 33 years
Friday WHITE CHICKS' IN NYACK Two soap opera stars are stepping outside their television personas to perform ''A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking,'' John Ford Noonan's two-person comedy, as a benefit for the restoration of the Tappan Zee Playhouse. They are Robin Strasser, who won an Emmy award for her role as the rich and mean Dorian
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