Cynda Williams
Actress
Cynda Williams
Cynda Williams is an American television and film actress.
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Ruchomy zamek Hauru - Gazeta Wyborcza
Google News - over 5 years
Mężczyzna spotyka się z dwiema kobietami jednocześnie - nauczycielką Indigo Downes (Joie Lee) i początkującą wokalistką Clarke Betancourt (Cynda Williams). Wkrótce obie panie dowiadują się o swoim istnieniu. Pewnego dnia Giant zostaje zaatakowany przez
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Imádnak válni a sztárok - Story Online
Google News - over 5 years
Melissa Lee Gatlin, Toni Lawrence, Cynda Williams és Pietra Dawn Cher tartozik a különös klubba, amelynek tagjai Billy Bob Thornton (56) elvált nejei. 6: Ő aztán tudta milyen az igazi rock and roll! Jerry Lee Lewis (75) 16 évesen nősült meg először és
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Keeping Success PURE TV premiere on PBS. Ch. 20 Thurs, July 7th…featuring The ... - Hip Hop Press (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
It is set for Thursdays @ 6:30pm starting July 7 on Chicago's WYCC-TV PBS Ch.20 premiering Pressure Point/Studio Chicago, Cynda Williams of the movie Mo Betta Blues and Chicago hip hop artists, The Primeridian. Check out this preview…
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Desde mi luneta: Las películas del sábado - Televisión Camagüey
Google News - over 5 years
Luego de un tiempo de deporte, Cubavisión anuncia en Telecine el filme de acción "Paso en falso", dirigido por Carl Franklin e interpretado por Hill Pastón y Cynda Williams. Dos traficantes de drogas sin escrúpulos cometen asesinatos en serie en Los
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Billy Bob Thornton's Daughter Claimed Accidental Death - Contactmusic.com
Google News - over 5 years
After divorcing Gatlin, the Oscar-nominated actor went on to marry actress Cynda Williams, the playboy model Pietra Dawn Cherniak, actress Laura Dern and Angelina Jolie. Billy Bob Thornton's daughter was found guilty in the same courtroom where Casey
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Billy Bob Thornton likes 'slow' love - Jacaranda 94.2
Google News - almost 6 years
The 'Faster' actor - who has been married five times, and whose wives have included Angelina Jolie and Cynda Williams and Playboy model Pietra Dawn Cherniak - claims that fast-paced modern society has even extended to the bedroom and complains he finds
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'TRU LOVED'
NYTimes - over 8 years
Tru (Najarra Townsend) has two mommies -- one black (Cynda Williams), one white (Alexandra Paul), both lesbians -- and they're all living happily ever after. Or were, at least, until they left San Francisco. Transplanted to a conservative suburb in Southern California, Tru is suddenly confronted with a local phenomenon as unfamiliar as year-round
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 12 years
8 P.M. (History) SLAVE CATCHERS, SLAVE RESISTERS -- Making the American slavery system work required constant policing, with community patrols in the South and slave catchers (above) everywhere. But sometimes, in the North, those bounty hunters ran up against armed free blacks, determined to protect runaways. This special is part of the channel's
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MOVIES: CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - almost 14 years
CHOOSING a favorite scene from LOVELY AND AMAZING (2001) is tough -- so many are so painfully true. Some people like the one in which Emily Mortimer stands stark naked and asks her one-afternoon-stand to criticize every aspect of her face and body, please --and he actually does it. I'm taken with Catherine Keener and her husband discussing the
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FILM REVIEW; The Names Are Quirky, and the Sex Is More So
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Not so long ago, in movieland, couples met cute. In ''Relax . . . It's Only Sex,'' they have sex cute. Two fashionable West Hollywood gay men make love while discussing a future menu (something about salmon and fresh parsley). Another gay man carries on an internal (voice-over) monologue through much of the act about the advisability of taking a
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FILM REVIEW; She Can Read Minds, Too
NYTimes - almost 19 years
An American success story, built on a pile of corpses, a lot of fuzzy philosophy and plenty of luck attributable to bad aim, convoluted plotting and over-the-top motivation, reaches a satisfying but far-fetched conclusion in ''Caught Up.'' This bloody, bullet-riddled and occasionally ridiculous action film, written and directed by Darin Scott,
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TV WEEKEND; Race, Love and the Black Proprieties
NYTimes - about 19 years
The influence of Oprah Winfrey is so vast it's scary. Single-handedly, she waves her magic wand over the products of American culture -- books, diets, personalities -- and turns them into gold. But it's hard to complain when her taste in the arts has been so consistently strong, starting with the Book Club feature on her show that made Toni
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Funny, but They Almost Don't Look Like B Movies
NYTimes - about 20 years
THE OTHER DAY Roger Corman was having difficulty on the set. The movie was ''Overdrive,'' an action thriller starring Robert Wagner and Steve Guttenberg as a race car driver whose skills at the wheel get him in and out of a lot of trouble. ''It was our last day at the track, and we had a little problem because we use multiple cameras,'' Mr. Corman
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When the Hate Group Is Made Up of Rogue Cops
NYTimes - over 20 years
What Mark Fuhrman wrought in the O. J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles will be haunting police departments around the country for a long time to come. Entertainment exhibit No. 1: ''Gang in Blue,'' a Showtime presentation on Sunday night about rogue white officers whose virulent racism turns murderous. It is hardly the portrait Mr. Fuhrman had in mind
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK;On TV, Neo-Noir That's Cheap Enough for Fun
NYTimes - over 21 years
Danny Glover is not the most obvious choice to play Philip Marlowe, and Agnieszka Holland ("Europa, Europa") is not the most likely director to give Raymond Chandler's iconic detective new life. But in "Red Wind," a segment of Showtime's "Fallen Angels" series, they make Marlowe seem wonderfully mysterious all over again. And if you've wondered why
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FILM; Spike's Gang
NYTimes - about 24 years
Spike Lee's movies are probably best known for their incendiary subject matter. But they are also notable for having helped propel the careers of many fledgling actors. "If you're a talented person," says Mr. Lee, "all you need is the opportunity." In addition to helping Samuel L. Jackson achieve prominence, Mr. Lee has given a number of
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Playing With Fire
NYTimes - over 24 years
It is early afternoon and the word on 116th Street in Harlem is that Denzel Washington is in a nearby trailer preparing to shoot a scene for Spike Lee's film "Malcolm X." Neighborhood residents peer out their windows and mill about on the street hoping to catch a glimpse of Washington, who has been hailed by critics as one of America's most
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Home Video
NYTimes - over 24 years
Big movies get most of the attention in video stores, but occasionally smaller films, usually from smaller distributors, illustrate the wide variety in the titles being released and in the companies doing the releasing. This week, for instance, there are "Daughters of the Dust," Julie Dash's film about the Gullah people of the Sea Islands off the
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Review/Film; New Director Puts Dividends in a Conventional Crime Story
NYTimes - over 24 years
Carl Franklin's first feature, "One False Move," says as much about where Mr. Franklin is headed as about where he has been. Although he works within the idiom of a conventional crime story, telling of three violent drug dealers running from the law, Mr. Franklin delivers the kind of symmetry, surprise and detail that easily transcend the limits of
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The Talk of Hollywood; Hollywood Prepares To Confront AIDS In Mainstream Films
NYTimes - over 24 years
Virtually every day, the two trade newspapers, Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, carry obituaries of people who have died of AIDS. The epidemic has cut an especially savage swath across Hollywood, but, as with so many other serious issues, the film studios have largely ignored it. "It's a tough subject matter, and Hollywood continues to shy
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cynda Williams
    THIRTIES
  • 2001
    Age 34
    Her current marriage is to former college football star and television producer, Roderick Plummer, whom she married in 2001.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Age 26
    She then married actor Arthur Louis Fuller in 1993 before divorcing in 1998.
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  • 1990
    Age 23
    She has been married three times. Her first marriage was to actor Billy Bob Thornton from 1990 until 1992.
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    While most well known for her involvement in the movie industry, Williams had a brief stint in the music industry in 1990 with her appearance on the soundtrack to Mo' Better Blues, on the song "Harlem Blues."
    More Details Hide Details The single was popular, reaching #9 on the R&B charts on November 17, 1990. With the success of the single, Williams had been lined up with Sony to produce her own album. While she was trained in a variety of genres, jazz became pressed on her after the success of "Harlem Blues." The album was shelved following internal disagreements at Sony.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1966
    Born
    Born on May 17, 1966.
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