Cheryl Kennedy
British actor and director
Cheryl Kennedy
Cheryl Kennedy is an English actress. She was born in Enfield, Middlesex, educated at a convent and first appeared at the age of 15 at Stratford East Theatre Workshop in What a Crazy World. She enjoyed success as a stage actress, notably in West End musicals such as the 1967 revival of The Boy Friend.
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Heat doesn't dampen tribal dance gala - McMinnville News-Register
Google News - over 5 years
“The gifts that you bring and bear help our elders,” said Tribal Chairwoman Cheryl Kennedy, addressing members of tribes from throughout the region. “It lets us know that our tribe is still strong.” Before her address, cultural specialist Bobby Mercier
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1950s NCAA Teams, 6 Individuals Are 2011 Hall of Fame Inductees - St. Lawrence University Saints
Google News - over 5 years
Reservations may be made by calling Cheryl Kennedy at 315-229-5418 or through email : ckennedy@stlawu.edu. The 2011 induction will be the 33 rd in the history of the St. Lawrence Athletic Hall of Fame which began in 1979 with the induction of former
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Anna Marie Herod - Pittsburg Morning Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Survived by her husband, Jon Herod; children Jeff (Becki) Herod of Douglass, and Kathy (Bill) Winquist of Charlotte, NC; granddaughters Elliot, Emersyn and Edisyn Herod, plus a grandson to be born; siblings Dean (Cheryl) Kennedy, Winfield; Joe (Esther)
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Grocery Grab to be held May 27 - Winfield Daily Courier Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Committee chair Cheryl Kennedy advised “there will be about 100 volunteers working in downtown Winfield on June 7.” That could equate to as many as 600 hours of volunteer time in one day! The funds raised from last year's Grocery Grab were used to make
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Transit Agency Says It Erred in Disbanding Its Emergency Team
NYTimes - over 7 years
A dedicated emergency response team for the subway -- trained to help police officers and firefighters confront transit emergencies -- was eliminated this spring by New York City Transit, despite concerns of the agency's safety experts. The agency's leaders, including its president, Howard H. Roberts Jr., had deemed the response team unnecessary,
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Killed in the Subway They Tried to Make Safer for Others
NYTimes - about 14 years
The subway workers and their policy manuals refer to them in a kind of industrial language: point-to-point signals, train approach warnings, relays. But they are, simply, lights. Lights brought to dark tunnels so that workers may work in safety and train motormen may know they are there. There are entire work gangs that touch only lights --
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Motorman in Crash Was Not on Drugs
NYTimes - over 21 years
The subway operator whose train rear-ended another train on Tuesday was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, transit officials said yesterday. Investigators said they were nearly certain that he had intentionally run a red light without permission. Investigators yesterday were sifting through conflicting versions of what happened, and they
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WEDDINGS; Heyden Kennedy, Chip Wittmann
NYTimes - over 23 years
Heyden Lynn Kennedy, a daughter of Cheryl Tyson of Durham, N.C., and Jerry Kennedy of Cary, N.C., was married yesterday to Charles Joseph Wittmann 3d, a son of Dr. and Mrs. Wittmann Jr. of Summit, N.J. The Rev. Dr. Lawrence McClesky, a Methodist minister, officiated at the Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, N.C. The Rev. Eugene P.
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Luverly Role for a Broadway Novice
NYTimes - about 24 years
This is a Cinderella story about a Cinderella story. There were 10 long auditions between midsummer and Christmas before Melissa Errico, a 22-year-old actress, was chosen over 600 other aspirants as Broadway's next Eliza Doolittle, the famously transmogrified flower girl in "My Fair Lady." While she was waiting, she said, Eliza invaded her life.
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GALA TO BENEFIT O'NEILL CENTER
NYTimes - about 35 years
''Broadway Celebrates Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence,'' an evening to benefit the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, will take place March 1. The high point will be a performance at the Ambassador Theater of the London production of ''Noel and Gertie,'' a revue devised by Sheridan Morley based on the letters, plays and songs of Coward and Miss
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THE STAGE: 'MY FAIR LADY' RETURNS
NYTimes - over 35 years
Rex Harrison returned triumphantly last night to his role as Henry Higgins in ''My Fair Lady,'' 25 years after he first electrified audiences in Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's masterful musical transformation of Shaw's ''Pygmalion.'' The revival at the Uris Theater should attract a new generation of theatergoers and should also disarm
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'FAIR LADY' UNDERSTUDY IS GOING ON
NYTimes - over 35 years
It was a year ago this month that the musical ''42d Street'' opened, bringing to Broadway yet another version of that familiar show-business story of the ingenue who is suddenly called upon to step in for the ailing star. Now, in a case of life imitating art, that very tale is being played out backstage at ''My Fair Lady,'' which opens tonight at
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Theater; HE CAN'T STOP PLAYING 'ENRY 'IGGINS
NYTimes - over 35 years
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Patricia Bosworth is the author of ''Montgomery Clift, a Biography.'' By PATRICIA BOSWORTH BOSTON ''Oh, please do come in,'' Rex Harrison says in his crackling voice, guiding a guest through his suite at the Ritz while he glides ahead to arrange some chairs. He is dressed in tan
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NOTES ON PEOPLE; A Wish Comes True for a 'Fair Lady' Understudy
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Milo O'Shea, the Irish actor who has been touring in ''My Fair Lady,'' now playing in Chicago, says it happened just this way: Mr. O'Shea's mother died last week, and when he returned to Chicago after the funeral, he and his wife, Kitty Sullivan, the understudy for the part of Liza, went to church together, supposedly to pray for his mother's soul.
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    TWENTIES
  • 1973
    Age 25
    In 1973 she married actor Tom Courtenay, but they later divorced.
    More Details Hide Details She continues to appear occasionally on television, but mainly works as a theatre director and drama teacher.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1967
    Age 19
    She enjoyed success as a stage actress, notably in West End musicals such as the 1967 revival of The Boy Friend.
    More Details Hide Details Other West End theatre credits included 'Victoria' in Half a Sixpence where she starred alongside Tommy Steele at the Cambridge Theatre, 'Winnie' in The Matchgirls, 'Belinda' in Jorrocks at the New Theatre and Alan Ayckbourn's Absent Friends at the Garrick Theatre. She starred alongside Michael Crawford in a production of Flowers for Algernon at the Queen's Theatre and features on the original London cast recording of the show. During the 1970s she appeared in several British films, including the Lust segment of The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971) and as Jo Mason in the Dick Emery film Ooh... You Are Awful (1972). Television credits include Schalcken the Painter (notably), Hari-Kari and Sally, When the Bough Breaks, The Strauss Family, The Sweeney, It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow and Time and Time Again, both for ATV. For ITV she was in an episode of the series The Professionals.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Born
    Born in 1947.
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