Daniel Wayne Smith
American actor
Daniel Wayne Smith
Daniel Wayne Smith was the son of the model and actress Anna Nicole and Billy Smith. He infrequently appeared in his mother's E! Network reality TV show, The Anna Nicole Show. His sudden death on September 10, 2006 in The Bahamas was the subject of tabloid fodder.
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​'​Sick​ and​ asphyxiating​'​​ – why we live in an age of anxiety
Guardian (UK) - 9 months
These are anxious times – one in five Britons suffer from some form of anxiety disorder. We examine what makes everyday stresses spiral out of control, and four writers reveal how their fears rule their lives Anxiety plagues our times. In the UK, 19% of people suffer from depression and anxiety, according to the Office for National Statistics. Forty million Americans have an anxiety disorder; the average age of onset is 11. The disorders range from the generalised (GAD) to the unsettlingly specific: the pulling out of hair, compulsive skin-picking and, among the Inuit people of west Greenland, kayak angst. There is an anxiety for everyone. Anxiety, says Scott Stossel, the author of My Age of Anxiety, “has become part of the cultural furniture”. This helps to explain why Karl Ove Knausgaard sells so well, why so many characters in TV dramas and popular fiction have OCD (see Hannah in Girls, JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy, Monk) and why, eight years after the slogan was first populari ...
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Two vans broken into in Mildenhall
Bury Free Press - over 3 years
Two vans were broken into overnight in Mildenhall, last week. Two vans were broken into overnight in Mildenhall, last week. A small amount of money was stolen from the cab of a white Ford Transit in a secure car park in Peterhouse Close after a side window was broken, overnight between October 10 and 11. The same night a Mercedes Sprinter van was broken into in Lark Road after a side quarter-light window was removed. The cab was searched but no items were taken. Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Daniel Smyth at Mildenhall Police Station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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40 Books To Read Before Turning 40
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By Leigh Newman The manual for making your first four decades the most joyful, wise and stress-free of your life. Mom & Me & Mom By Maya Angelou The memoir can teach anybody to forgive, let go of a tough past and get along with a hell-on-wheels parent (and we mean anybody.) Maya Angelou's moving, honest portrait of her up and down relationship with Vivian Baxter -- the bold, smart, hard-drinking, pistol-toting woman who left Angelou with her grandmother for most of her childhood but reunited with her during her daughter's adolescence -- is full of wisdom, laughs and blockbuster sentences like, "there are times when no one is right and sometimes among family and children, no one can admit that there is no right, and that maybe at the same time there is no wrong," and, "She liberated me from a society that would have had me think of myself as the lower of the low. She liberated me to life." -- Leigh Newman Dear Life By Alice Munro Because all those subt ...
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June 10-16: A Terrorist, A Fabulist, A Worrier And Lost Orphans
NPR - over 3 years
In softcover nonfiction, Daniel Smith explores his anxiety, and Mark Bowden looks at the killing of Osama bin Laden. In fiction, Pablo Medina follows a boy caring for his aging, Cuban-American parents, and Jean Zimmerman tracks a 17th-century investigation into the disappearance of orphan children. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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After 30 Years, I Finally Went To A Barry Manilow Concert
NPR - almost 4 years
The night wasn't about kitsch for her. Writer Danyel Smith fulfilled the real dreams of her 13-year-old self when she saw the pop singer live on Broadway. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Courts Settle The Issue Of Anna Nicole Smith's Former Home
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Almost six years after her death, courts have approved the sale of Anna Nicole Smith's former home for $1.3 million, reports NBC Los Angeles. Howard K. Stern, Smith's lawyer and former lover, became the executor of her estate after her death in 2007. He first listed her five-bedroom, 5.5 bathroom home in Studio City, Calif. in 2011 for $1.75 million. The proceeds of the sale will benefit Smith's 6-year-old daughter Dannielynn Birkhead, Stern's attorney told NBC LA. The canyon home, built in 2002, has 4,700 square feet of living space and boasts panoramic views of Los Angeles. The house features marble floors, granite counter tops, ceramic tiles and a two-story entrance, as well as space for a home gym. Smith was filmed in this home for her reality show "The Anna Nicole Show." It depicted the former Guess model's relationships with her son Daniel Wayne Smith, who died in 2006 at the age of 20. Smith died five months after his death of an accidental sedative overdose. ...
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'We are 90% bacteria,' says researcher for Hospital Microbiome Project
Chicago Times - about 4 years
Scientists at Argonne are on a mission to sort out the trillions of good and bad microbes carried around by the human body Biologist Daniel Smith crouched in an empty patient room at the new University of Chicago hospital and dragged a white cotton swab across the gleaming tile.
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Solange Knowles: Blue Ivy and My Son Julez Are Like Brother and Sister!
US Magazine - over 4 years
Beyonce and sister Solange Knowles are thick as thieves -- and so are their kids! In a recent interview with New York Magazine, 26-year-old Solange revealed that she and her famous older sibling are raising their children to be as close as they are. The families get together at least once a week, so their little ones -- Daniel Julez, 8, and Blue Ivy, 9 months -- have spent lots of quality time with one another. PHOTOS: Meet baby Blue Ivy Carter! "[Blue] and Julez are going to grow up more like sister and brother than cousins," Solange told the mag of her son and her sister's daughter with hip hop superstar Jay-Z. "Blue comes over, I babysit," she explained. And "[Beyonce] takes Julez sometimes for the weekend." In fact, the superstar siblings support each other in many ways. They've been especially tight ever since the younger Knowles got pregnant with Julez when she was 17. PHOTOS: Hollywood's trendiest kids At the time, Solange had been dating Daniel Smith, no ...
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Video: "Monkey Mind" author talks chronic anxiety
CBS News - over 4 years
Author Daniel Smith has battled chronic anxiety for much of his life. He talks to Gayle King about his condition and his new memoir, "Monkey Mind."
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SciFri Book Club Talks 'Monkey Mind'
NPR - over 4 years
The Science Friday Book Club reconvenes this week to talk about Monkey Mind--writer Daniel Smith's personal account of his severe anxiety. Kirkus Reviews calls the book "a true treasure-trove of insight laced with humor and polished prose." Call in and share your review. Peer into the anxious mind of writer Daniel Smith with the SciFri Book Club. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Wale: From Free Mixtapes To Billboard Hits
NPR - over 4 years
Born to Nigerian parents in Washington, D.C., Wale calls himself the "Ambassador of Rap for the Capital." Music journalist Danyel Smith says she plays Wale's chart-topping "Lotus Flower Bomb" every day. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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An Anxiety Epidemic Has Swept Across America, And Our Broken Meritocracy Is To Blame
Business Insider - over 4 years
America is turning into a country of hand-wringers. Nearly one in five of us -- 40 million American adults -- suffer from anxiety disorders, the most common class of psychiatric ailment we have. By comparison, a mere one in ten are plagued with mood disorders like depression, the second most-common class of psychiatric problems. Panic attacks often besiege Daniel Smith, author of the new anxiety memoir Monkey Mind, out July 3, while others suffer from generalized anxiety disorder, persistent and excessive worrying about everyday things; social anxiety disorder; and a host of other fretful conditions. So we're more anxious than anything else -- and also more anxious than anyone else, beating out all other nations in our race to the top of the nerve-racked list. According to a recent World Health Organization study, 31 percent of Americans are likely to suffer from an anxiety problem at some point during their lifetimes -- compared to 25.3 percent of those in Colombia, and 24.6 percent ...
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Dethroning The 'Drama Queen Of The Mind'
NPR - over 4 years
In Monkey Mind: A Memoir of Anxiety, Daniel Smith delves into his own experiences with crippling neuroses, which he believes can be controlled if not cured. Anxiety afflicts 18 percent of the adult U.S. population, so Smith's candid self-exploration may prove helpful to many. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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'Monkey Mind': When Debilitating Anxiety Takes Over
NPR - over 4 years
Daniel Smith suffers from the kind of debilitating anxiety that brings on panic attacks, bouts of insomnia, and thoughts about "existential ruin." In his new memoir Monkey Mind, Smith documents his experience coping with the disorder and how the condition has affected his relationships. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Pupils get reel view of the war
The Gazette - over 4 years
SCHOOL children took a step back into the past to learn about war-time experiences. Youngsters from Blackpool schools were treated to mornings out of the classroom throughout last week as part of the Armed Forces and Veterans Week event, Going To the Flicks. The Odeon Cinema on Rigby Road, Blackpool, screened films featuring life during the Second World War to help children understand what their ancestors experienced. Samantha Sinclair, cinema manager, said: “The children really enjoy it. “It’s good for them to learn about life during the war when they’re young so they understand. “They watched the film and got to ask some soldiers questions which was really useful for them. They also sang the National Anthem. “We are pleased to be part of Armed Forces Week and enjoy having the children here.” Pupils from Christ the King, Revoe, St Cuthbert’s, and Marton Primary Schools were among those who were given the chance to take part in the cinema trip. They were greeted by local ...
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Man victim of late-night attack in Mildenhall
Newmarket Journal - almost 5 years
POLICE are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in Mildenhall. Between 2.45am and 3.15am on Sunday, April 29, a man was attacked by a woman while leaving a pub in the High Street. The man, who was out with friends, was left with scratch marks down his neck. Anyone with information on the incident should contact Pc Daniel Smyth on 101, quoting reference number MH/12/584.
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New Jersey Marathon Has Another Banner Year
The Caldewells Patch - almost 5 years
The many changes to the 2012 New Jersey Marathon—including a new starting location and time—did not stop a huge number of runners and spectators from flocking to Oceanport and Long Branch on Sunday. About 13,000 participants enjoyed a perfect day and raced through the streets of several local towns as they raced to a finish on the Promenade in Long Branch. The race's new starting location of Monmouth Park eased parking and some traffic concerns for participants, and a shuttle service to and from the race track helped tired runners and spectators reach their destinations. Jason Page, of Durham, N.C., won the full marathon with a lightning fast time of 2:33:13. He finished first in a group of 2,304 runners. The half marathon, which traveled through Oceanport, Monmouth Beach and Long Branch, had 6,234 participants. Sean Stevens, of New York City, won the half marathon by running the 13.1-mile race in 1:14:58. The following are the Essex County male and female finishers for ...
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UConn's CLAS Graduation Marks End of a Journey for 2,700 Students [VIDEO]
Canton Patch - almost 5 years
Thousands of family and friends watched on Sunday afternoon as nearly 2,700 students from the University of Connecticut’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) became UConn graduates during commencement ceremonies at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs. Representing 55 different majors from 23 departments, students received their diplomas in dual ceremonies Sunday in disciplines ranging from journalism, psychology and political science to communications, human development and family studies. Eleven of the new graduates call Canton home. Students were addressed by Cindy Luo, a graduating senior from Madison, a dual-degree student with majors in linguistics and philosophy, classics and ancient Mediterranean studies and English. UConn President Susan Herbst delivered the keynote address. "College is only the first step, a place where our budding interests are nurtured and developed," Luo said. "Keep on learning. Be flexible. Try something new. But remember yourselves: remember what m ...
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Arlington man joins Marines at 27 to honor friend who died in Afghanistan
Star Telegram- blogs - almost 5 years
As James Hibler sat in Grace Community Church on April 15, 2011, the body of lifelong friend Marine Staff Sgt. Jeremy Daniel Smith lying in a flag-draped casket only a few feet away, a nagging thought became a call to action.
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Man charged with wrench attack
St Helens The Reporter - almost 5 years
A ST Helens man has denied attacking a man with a knife and a wrench. Jason Fitzgibbon, 39, of Renworth Gardens, St Helens, pleaded not guilty to unlawful wounding and wounding with intent following a violent incident in Whiston on March 3 last year. Victim Michael Scraggs, 52, suffered serious injuries near to the Village Inn in Whiston and spent five days in hospital recovering from his injuries. Daniel Smith, 25, of Warren Road, Blundellsands, also entered not guilty pleas on the same charges. Both are set to go on trial at Carlisle Crown Court on July 30.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Daniel Wayne Smith
    TWENTIES
  • 2006
    Age 20
    Smith died in his mother's hospital room while visiting her at the maternity ward in Doctors Hospital in Nassau, Bahamas, on September 10, 2006, just three days after she had given birth to his half-sister, Dannielynn Hope Marshall.
    More Details Hide Details Cyril Wecht, an American forensic pathologist, stated Daniel Smith accidentally overdosed on methadone, Zoloft and Lexapro. On an episode of True Crime with Aphrodite Jones, Larry Birkhead stated that security in the house indicated that Smith had stolen his mother's methadone. On September 11, 2006, Reginald Ferguson, assistant commissioner of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, told reporters that Smith was found sitting upright in a chair. On September 18, Getty Images sold the last photos taken of Smith alive at his mother's bedside to In Touch Weekly, Entertainment Tonight, and The Insider for a total of at least US$650,000. Her Majesty's Coroner, Linda P. Virgill, announced on September 12 that "The cause of death is not natural. However, we wish to reserve the cause of death at this time pending the toxicologist examination and report for confirmation of cause of death. Friday is the likely release date for the autopsy and toxicology report" Virgill announced that an inquest would take place. "The inquest would happen late October or early November to determine how, when and by what manner Daniel came to his death." "All persons who are relevant witnesses, like his mother and hospital staff and airline personnel who had contact with him, would have to testify"
  • TEENAGE
  • 2006
    Age 20
    Described by Anna as a straight-A honor student, he had last been attending classes at Los Angeles Valley College in the summer of 2006.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 8
    Howard Marshall II, whom his mother met at a strip club and married in 1994.
    More Details Hide Details At age 16, Smith was featured as himself on his mother's reality television series, The Anna Nicole Show, which ran on the E! Entertainment Television channel from 2002 to 2004. The show's makeup artist remembered him as "a shy, sweet kid" and that his mother often worried that the camera crews were upsetting him. He was always shown in the opening credits, but his actual appearances were minimal. In a second-season episode he would mention that he no longer wanted to be part of the show. He was also seen with his mother in E! True Hollywood Story. Daniel played bit parts in two of his mother's films, Skyscraper and To the Limit.
  • 1987
    Age 1
    Smith was born in Mexia, Texas, to Billy Wayne Smith and Vickie Lynn Hogan (later known as Anna Nicole Smith). After his parents separated in 1987, Daniel was raised by his mother and maternal grandmother, Virgie Mae Arthur, until he was six years old.
    More Details Hide Details He spent his childhood in a variety of different private schools. He was the stepson of J.
  • 1986
    Age 0
    Born on January 22, 1986.
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