Cynthia Sikes
American actor
Cynthia Sikes
Cynthia Sikes is an American actress known for her television roles. On JAG, she played the love interest of Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J. ' Chegwidden. Her breakthrough role was playing Dr. Annie Cavanero on the critically acclaimed series St. Elsewhere, which she appeared in for the first three seasons. She was Miss Kansas 1972 and was a Top 10 finalist and preliminary swimsuit winner at the Miss America pageant.
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Tajemnicza kontynuacja "Łowcy androidów" - Onet.pl
Google News - over 5 years
Jak na razie jednak jej twórca, czyli Scott, nie chce zdradzić czy będzie to prequel czy sequel. Nie wiadomo również, kto zagra główne role. Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosove, Bud Yorkin, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin i Scott zajmą się produkcją
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Ridley Scott va regiza şi va produce un nou film din seria “Blade Runner” - CinemaRx
Google News - over 5 years
Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosgrove, Bud Yorkin, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin şi Ridley Scott îşi vor asuma atribuţiile de producători, în vreme ce Frank Giustra şi Tim Gamble vor fi producători executivi ai acestui film, despre care nu se ştie încă dacă va fi
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Ridley Scott dirigirá nueva entrega de Blade Runner - Cine Premiere
Google News - over 5 years
Broderick Johnson y Andrew Kosove producirán en conjunto con Bud Yorkin, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin y el mismo Ridley Scott. Frank Giustra y Tim Gamble de Thunderbird Films serán productores ejecutivos. Johnson y Kosove declararon: “Sería poco decir que
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George Christy Talks About Amanda Goldberg, Beneath A Starlet Sky, Cannes ... - The Beverly Hills Courier
Google News - almost 6 years
Also: Jackie Collins with Barry Krost; Cynthia Sikes; Edoardo Ponti, whose mom Sophia Loren was honored last week by the Academy. Edoardo's Coming And Going movie will be released this summer, and he's off to Charleston, North Carolina for his next
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Ironmen, a Legend, and a Powerhouse - MaxPreps
Google News - almost 6 years
Other actors included Barry Switzer and Cynthia Sikes. The movie was a great honor and a treasured piece of sports history for Nowata. The captivating lights are what draw people from all across town to Ironmen Stadium week after week
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FILM REVIEW; Born to Consume, No Matter What the Cost
NYTimes - over 11 years
Clotheshorses, shopaholics, kleptomaniacs and teenagers desperate to pierce their navels: these are among the female consumers of varying age who sprawl across the screen in Henry Jaglom's comedy ''Going Shopping.'' The movie, written by Mr. Jaglom and Victoria Foyt, who stars as the owner of an upscale urban boutique called Holly G's, for which
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Botox Lawsuit Is Raising Eyebrows
NYTimes - over 12 years
HE is a Beverly Hills doctor known for pioneering work in cosmetic dermatology and for a star-studded patient list, where ''Michael'' is for Jackson and ''Elizabeth'' is for Taylor. She is an A-list Hollywood wife, active in the right philanthropies and Democratic Party politics, and married to a famous movie producer. But after a doctor-patient
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Television/Radio; As Doctors on TV, Women Still Battle The Old Clichés
NYTimes - almost 15 years
FOUR young male interns, white lab coats under their winter overcoats, hurriedly brush past a nurse as they enter Blair General Hospital. The camera takes in the nurse's long and shapely legs, then moves back to the doctors who, in unison, look behind them at the nurse. Cut to a New Jersey psychiatrist's office. Tony Soprano is sitting across from
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - about 17 years
Best Bet Since its founding in 1990, the Russian National Orchestra has racked up a collection of firsts. It was the first entirely independent orchestra in Russia since the 1917 revolution and the first Russian orchestra to appear at the Vatican and in Israel. On its latest tour, the orchestra comes to Tilles Center on Saturday, under the baton of
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January 7-13;A Sax Craze, Inspired by 'The Simpsons'
NYTimes - about 21 years
THANKS to Lisa Simpson, the brainy, well-behaved sister of bratty, spiky-haired Bart on the Fox Television cartoon show "The Simpsons," Cynthia Sikes is busy these days. Very busy. Ms. Sikes teaches saxophone in the Center for Preparatory Studies in Music at Queens College of the City University of New York, a 300-student program for youngsters not
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Classical Music in Review
NYTimes - about 23 years
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Walter Reade Theater On Monday night, in the second installment of its Music of Our Time series, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center offered works from the eclectic mainstream, pieces that use (or at least allude to) classic structural forms, and that are neither abstruse nor trendy. Some borrow from
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Review/Music; Premieres for Chamber Works
NYTimes - over 23 years
As part of the inaugural week of its refurbished Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College assembled a fairly starry roster for a chamber-music program on Tuesday evening. The concert was the first of five chamber music evenings in the Playhouse's Minerva World Premiere series. Each is to feature a new work by a female composer, in honor of Hunter College's
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Review/Music; Gay Chorus: Joy and Lamentation
NYTimes - over 23 years
The annual Gay Pride Week concert at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday evening by the New York City Gay Men's Chorus was part celebration and part jeremiad, an uncomfortable combination that is inevitable as long as the AIDS epidemic continues. The celebratory section came first, in the form of the chorus's characteristically ebullient arrangements of
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Pascali's Island Starring Ben Kingsley, Charles Dance, Helen Mirren. Directed by James Dearden. 1988. International Video Entertainment. 101 minutes. $89.95. Rated PG-13. Includes a flash of partial nudity and some violent deaths. Pascali's Island Starring Ben Kingsley, Charles Dance, Helen Mirren. Directed by James Dearden. 1988.
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On Stage
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: 'Bledsoe' Is on the Way 'Bledsoe' Is on the Way It's not unique, but these days it's not that common either - a drama produced directly for Broadway. So it's nice to know that the short list will be a little longer next spring when ''Bledsoe,'' a new play by Arnaud d'Usseau, has its world premiere. The $1.2 million production, to be directed
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Review/Film; Moore and Minnelli in 'Arthur 2'
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Seeing ''Arthur 2 on the Rocks'' is like meeting a once-ebullient, witty old friend who has let himself go to pieces. Arthur (Dudley Moore) still drinks too much, though now it's beginning to show. He looks vaguely unhealthy and is no longer funny. Seeing ''Arthur 2 on the Rocks'' is like meeting a once-ebullient, witty old friend who has let
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'ARTHUR' ON SKID ROW IN SEQUEL
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: In the temporary guise of a shelter for the homeless, the Washington Square United Methodist Church exchanged pews for rows of cots the other day, and accommodated an unlikely guest. In the temporary guise of a shelter for the homeless, the Washington Square United Methodist Church exchanged pews for rows of cots the other day, and
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A BOUNTIFUL FALL SEASON FOR NEW YORK FILMGOERS; 'THAT'S LIFE!' BY BLAKE EDWARDS
NYTimes - over 30 years
WHEN one considers ''personal'' films, one usually envisions something small and low-budget, photographed in a black and white that is solemn, self-effacing and artistic. Not Blake Edwards. He hasn't lived most of his life in and around the southern California movie community without coming to share many of its gaudy values, which he also
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cynthia Sikes
    TWENTIES
  • 1979
    Age 25
    In 1979 she co-starred in the short-lived series Big Shamus, Little Shamus, with Brian Dennehy.
    More Details Hide Details In addition, Miss Sikes appeared on the CBS series Magnum, P.I., which starred Tom Selleck, during the 1980s, and in the feature film, Good-bye, Cruel World. In 2008, Sikes appeared on The Young and the Restless as Zara, mother of Sabrina Costelana. She co-starred in one episode of TV series Columbo, playing the role of Della (daughter of 'the Great Santini') in the episode Now You See Him (1976). She also played a Judge in the television series "LA Law" and co-starred with Burt Reynolds as "Courtney" in the movie "The Man Who Loved Women."
  • TEENAGE
  • 1972
    Age 18
    She was Miss Kansas 1972 and was a Top 10 finalist and preliminary swimsuit winner at the Miss America pageant.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Age 0
    Born on January 2, 1954.
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