Clare Holman
British actress
Clare Holman
Clare Margaret Holman is an English actress, perhaps most famous for her role of forensic pathologist Dr. Laura Hobson in the television series Inspector Morse and Lewis.
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Aisle View From London: Two Smashingly Good Plays
Huffington Post - over 3 years
With two discretionary nights available in London, I asked my favorite expatriot "what's good?" He sent me off to two plays that I very much enjoyed but surely would not have found on my own. My first playstop was at the Tricycle Theatre for Moira Buffini's Handbagged. This 235-seat house might be described as something akin to New York's Vineyard. What I found was a packed and expectant theatre within a scruffy village arts center, comingling with an adventurous cinema and a lively bar with food. (There was also an adjacent private room with additional tables that was cordoned off and protected by serious black-suited security men with curly-wired earpieces. Back home I would easily identify them as Secret Service men, except we were in suburban London and they all looked Chinese. Better not to ask.) If the title Handbagged sounds enigmatic, let me assure you it's not. The four women in the cast sport big black handbags, which are part of their persona and serve as both p ...
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Adding Manchester Faces to the Names
Manchester Patch - almost 5 years
What if you could put a face to every name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial? The VVMF hopes you can. The National Call for Photos is a project organized by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund to match a headshot or portrait photograph to every service member listed on The Wall. The pictures will be displayed in an exhibit at the future Education Center at The Wall, an underground visitors' center to be built near the Vietnam Veterans and the Lincoln memorials. Everyday, the center will celebrate the birthdays of service members who died during the Vietnam War by featuring their photos on a giant digital wall. So far, 25,526 veterans have complete profiles with at least one photograph, according to George Pojani, a research associate at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. These profiles are currently featured on The Virtual Wall, an online database of the Memorial's veterans. Pojani still needs a photo of Raymond Clark Holman and David Michael Quey, two of the 10 Mancheste ...
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Solving the Crimes And Battling the Snobs
NYTimes - over 8 years
In an effort to rejuvenate the ''Masterpiece'' franchise, PBS has brought in a new host for its ''Mystery!'' series, the impish actor Alan Cumming, who arrives with a bright red pocket square, contorting his eyebrows to look like a sine curve, suggesting that we are in for some kinky business. You wouldn't have wanted him ringing in the grittier
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FILM REVIEW; When Hitler Arrived at England's Door
NYTimes - about 12 years
You can call ''Island at War'' a soap opera, as some British television critics have, but if that's true this soap opera is a gripping, poetic one -- about moral courage in many guises. You might also call it a drama of manners. (What does an Englishman say when a Nazi baron invites him and his wife over for brandy?) ''Island at War,'' a five-part
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TELEVISION REVIEW; So Many Knots, Inspector, And Time Is Running Out
NYTimes - about 16 years
Why it that Chief Inspector Morse never seems to smile? ''He's just saddened and disturbed and upset by the fact that a fellow human being could do this,'' says John Thaw, the actor who has portrayed Morse, the English detective, through 33 cases since 1988. What Morse's fellow human beings do, of course, is kill one another. Eighty-one residents
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Parables Of Female Sexuality
NYTimes - over 17 years
BRITISH television is famous for being unbuttoned about sex. Still, ''Love in the 21st Century,'' the six-part series on Channel 4 that concludes on Aug. 25, is prompting debate. There's the moment in ''Toy-Boys'' in which a 30-something teacher (played by Clare Holman) ends up in a clinch with a dishy male student whom she is all too happy to take
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Review/Film; Child's-Eye Perspective On Terror
NYTimes - over 24 years
Mark Peploe's chilling, meticulous "Afraid of the Dark" begins by introducing a quiet London neighborhood that is filled with menace. This dangerous world is seen through the eyes of Lucas (Ben Keyworth), an impassive and very peculiar young boy. His mother (Fanny Ardant) and her friends are blind women, all of them menaced by a vicious slasher.
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Review/Film; Executing a Man in Anger at Another, the Real Killer
NYTimes - about 25 years
"Let him have it": those were the words that sealed the fate of Derek Bentley, the slow-witted 19-year-old who became the first man in British judicial history to be executed despite a jury's recommendation for mercy. Derek, an epileptic who had an I.Q. of 66 and a mental age of 11, was an accessory to a murder committed by Christopher Craig, his
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TV WEEKEND; Those 'Women in Love' Sisters, in 'The Rainbow'
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: The new BBC adaptation of ''The Rainbow'' is faithful, in its picturesque fashion, to the spirit of D. H. Lawrence's novel about the Brangwen family in turn-of-the-century Nottinghamshire. The first hour of the three-hour movie can be seen tomorrow at 9 P.M. on the Arts & Entertainment cable network. The new BBC adaptation of ''The Rainbow''
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