David Newsom
American actor, film producer, photographer
David Newsom
David Newsom is an American producer, actor and fine-arts photographer. He is best known for his various critically acclaimed US television appearances, and for his work in 2005 and 2006 with Viggo Mortensen and Perceval Press.
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Undercover operation nets multiple arrests - Chillicothe Constitution Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The following suspects remain at large or are currently incarcerated on other charges: David Newsom, for burglary and theft; Jesse Perez, for burglary and theft; Paige Shouse, for burglary and theft of prescription narcotics; Gary Riddle, for indecent
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Numerous Theft, Drug-Related Arrests Made by CPD "SPIDER" Unit Thursday - Chillicothe Constitution Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
David Newsom, suspected of burglary and theft; Jesse Perez, wanted for alleged burglary and theft; Paige Shouse, alleged of burglary and theft of prescription narcotics; Gary Riddle, for indecent acts in public with $5000 cash-only bond; Tommy Sebree,
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Railroad, churches sets stage for incorporation - Times Press Recorder
Google News - over 5 years
It also launched the area's tourism, as many came to visit the sulfur hot springs Branch had sold to his daughter, Anna, and her husband, David Newsom, in 1864. Set against a cliff and protected by hills south of town, Newsom Springs boasted 100-degree
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Synthetic Marijuana Veils Serious Health Risk - La Jolla Light
Google News - over 5 years
As cannabis law reform proposals continue to make local headlines, another and potentially more dangerous substance is leaving its mark on the San Diego community. A synthetic cannabis product popularly known as Spice has infiltrated
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CHARMOUTH: Looking for four new councillors - View Online
Google News - over 5 years
They were David Newsom, Mike Whatmore, Richard Wyatt, Keith Lander and Peter Noel. Newcomer Andy Peters was elected unopposed. The parish council is now inviting applications from those who would like to sit on the council
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Dan Krieger: Dilemma gave way to creation of Sunday school in county - San Luis Obispo Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
In 1853, San Luis Obispo's new county clerk, Virginia-born David Newsom, became the ex-officio superintendent of schools. The only operating school in the county was located in what is now the parish hall of the old mission
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LYME REGIS: Tories win Lyme district seats - View Online
Google News - almost 6 years
IN CHARMOUTH Jane Bremner (455 votes) won the district council seat vacated by David Newsom for the Conservatives, beating Liberal Democrat Laura Noel (355 votes) into second place in a 58.2 per cent poll, one of the highest in the district
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David Newsom, 90, Diplomat in Iran Crisis, Dies
NYTimes - almost 9 years
David D. Newsom, a career diplomat who was a go-between in unsuccessful efforts to keep the deposed shah of Iran from entering the United States in 1979, then tried to win the release of Americans held hostage at the embassy in Tehran, died on Sunday in Charlottesville, Va., where he had lived in recent years. He was 90. The cause was respiratory
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 11 years
10 P.M. (ABC) COMMANDER IN CHIEF -- The Democrat won the election on ''The West Wing.'' And in a not-quite-parallel universe, President Mackenzie Allen (Geena Davis, above) is back after a three-month hiatus. While Mac is busy working on her first State of the Union address, her husband (Kyle Secor) goes to a reception alone, gets a little too
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Days of Reckoning For, Yes, the Day Family
NYTimes - over 12 years
What's on the minds of well-to-do Americans these days? Money, guilt and medication. That's the hypothesis of ''The Days,'' a six-episode drama that starts tomorrow night on ABC. Set to torpid versions of songs like Oasis' ''Wonderwall'' -- ''I don't believe that anybody feels the way I do about you now'' -- these themes, played out in an opulently
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PLUS: TRACK AND FIELD; Trenton Girls Sweep Three Sprint Relays
NYTimes - almost 14 years
The girls team of Trenton Central swept three sprint relays and Toms River North's two-man pole-vault relay set a boys' meet record in the East Coast Relays at Morristown (N.J.) High School on Monday night. Trenton captured the girls' 4x100 (47.75 seconds), the 4x200 (1 minute 41.06 seconds) and the 4x400 (3:55.53). The foursome of Shakeyta
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Sex (and No Sex) and the Single Girl
NYTimes - almost 17 years
There are a couple of things wrong with Janey Munro, New York single and heroine of ABC's ''Talk to Me,'' trying to get over her breakup with her boyfriend ''like a man'' (i.e., having meaningless casual sex). It's a direct steal from an episode of HBO's ''Sex and the City,'' in which Sarah Jessica Parker was a lot more believable. And when Kyra
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Roommates Who Resist Growing Up
NYTimes - almost 19 years
You're not seeing double. This week there are two new sitcoms about a group of old friends in their 20's, two men and a woman, who live in the same house and are self-consciously Peter Panish about growing up. Several more with similar themes will appear in the next weeks. (It seems married people share real estate and have trouble growing up,
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FILM REVIEW; Freddy Krueger Enters The Real World. Yikes!
NYTimes - over 22 years
Ten years after "A Nightmare on Elm Street" first scared the daylights out of audiences, Wes Craven returns to his now classic horror premise and takes it to a new dimension. With equal debts to Pirandello and P. T. Barnum, Mr. Craven brings his prize creation, Freddy Krueger, out of the realm of Halloween masks and into the so-called real world.
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Review/Television; New Hourlong Drama In Soap-Opera Land
NYTimes - over 25 years
Having angered many viewers with its cancellation of "Thirty something," ABC is no doubt trying to make amends with a new series called "Home Front." No, it's not nearly so good, but at least it's a weekly hourlong drama, something of an endangered species in the new season's glut of half-hour sitcoms. "Home Front" gets a special 90-minute premiere
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WASHINGTON TALK: HIGHER EDUCATION; Young Dreamers Can't Resist Capital's Magnet
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: From across the country and from distant parts of the world, tens of thousands of young people throng here to study. From across the country and from distant parts of the world, tens of thousands of young people throng here to study. Their dreams vary. Krista Masonis, a Philadelphian enrolled at George Washington University, came here with
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Grading Ambassadors
NYTimes - almost 32 years
There's a movement to let a knowledgeable screening panel appraise the credentials of candidates for ambassadorships, the way bar associations routinely evaluate nominees for judgeships. It's worth a try. Much depends, of course, on who does the screening and what criteria the group applies. Members of Congress are looking to the American Academy
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FORMER DIPLOMATS: HOW MUCH SHOULD THEY TELL?
NYTimes - about 35 years
As William H. Sullivan recounts the tale, it was ''a complete surprise'' when he was asked in 1977 to become the American Ambassador to Iran. Mr. Sullivan, perhaps the leading Southeast Asian specialist in the Foreign Service, had never served in the Middle East and ''knew little about its culture or its ethos.'' ''While I recognized the importance
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RUSSIANS IN ANGOLA- THIS IS NEWS?
NYTimes - over 35 years
South Africa is heralding the results of its raid into Angola as proof of the Soviet Union's strategic involvement in Southern Africa. It hopes that the captured Soviet sergeant major, the dead Soviet officers, the Soviet arms booty, and the photographic evidence of a Soviet presence will generate further support in the United States and Europe for
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Newsom
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  • 2012
    Age 49
    In January, 2012, he teamed up with Undertow Films and began as senior producer on a new series for History Channel, about the largest study of sharks ever conducted off the coast of South Africa.
    More Details Hide Details Newsom was born in North Caldwell, New Jersey to a mother who managed an employment agency and an investor father. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, writer/director Sian Heder. Newsom has a degree in film production from Ithaca College. He has worked in the past as a band singer, alternative newspaper editor, writer, waiter, delivery man, blasting worker, beer bottler, fence installer, dish washer, and in film production as well as set construction.
  • 2011
    Age 48
    In fall of 2011 he was a field producer/cameraman for Nat Geo's "Wild Justice", seasons 2 and 3.
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  • 2010
    Age 47
    From 2010-2011, he was a field producer, cameraman and story producer for Discovery's "DEADLIEST CATCH", Season 7.
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  • 2007
    Age 44
    Newsom also produced Open Your Eyes for director Susan Cohen in the summer of 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Cohen, a recipient of a 2007 AFI Directing Workshop for Women grant, wrote "OYE" as a tribute to the women she had known who battled and lived with cancer. In May, 2008, "Open Your Eyes" was awarded the AFI "Jean Picker Firstenburg Award of Excellence". In recent years, Newsom has been busy producing adventure/reality television for such networks as: Discovery Channel, Nat Geo and History.
    In early 2007, Newsom and Heder partnered with The Mark Gordon Company and are in pre-production on the feature film, "Tallulah".
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    In June–July 2007, Newsom held his first comprehensive one man show titled, "Three Miles of Idaho" at DCA Fine Art in Santa Monica, CA.
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  • 2006
    Age 43
    In June 2006, with Viggo Mortensen, Lindsay Brice and Stanley Milstein, Newsom anchored a successful group photographic show entitled "Four Tales from Perceval".
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    Mother was also selected for the May 2006 Cinefondation Competition of the Cannes Film Festival, where it won third place in a field of 18 films from around the globe.
    More Details Hide Details The film was then selected for many other festivals, including the prestigious Seattle International Film Festival, where it received the "2006 Short Film: Narrative Special Jury Prize". "Mother" continues to play globally and recently took the Grand Jury Award-Narrative Shorts at the Oxford Film Festival.
  • 2005
    Age 42
    Along with film and tv work, Newsom is a long-time photographer with and emphasis on fine art photography. In 2005, he collaborated with Viggo Mortensen to create a photo journal called Skip (Newsom's eldest brother's nickname) which was then published by Mortensen's Perceval Press.
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    He is best known for his various critically acclaimed US television appearances, and for his work in 2005 and 2006 with Viggo Mortensen and Perceval Press.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
    Born
    Born in 1962.
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