Ellen Weston
American actress, producer and soap opera writer
Ellen Weston
Ellen Weston is an American actress, producer, and writer. Born Ellen Weinstein in New York City, Ellen Weston appeared on Broadway in Toys in the Attic, A Far Country, and Mary, Mary, among other productions. Her first notable television role was a stint as Robin Fletcher on soap opera Guiding Light from 1963 to 1964, followed by another daytime role as Karen Gregory on Another World. Weston made appearances in Get Smart, The Ghost and Mrs.
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Dallas ISD trustees' audit committee is floating a proposal that would create an Office of the Inspector General to oversee, like, everything
The Dallas Morning News - almost 5 years
While searching the Dallas ISD's website for something entirely unrelated, I came across this intriguing late addition to Thursday's Audit Committee Meeting agenda: "Discussion of Formation of an Office of Inspector General Incorporating Internal Audit and Enhanced Compliance Responsibilities." Pardon? Per the docs you'll find below, it would appear the district's looking to put several watchdogs into a single kennel, among them DISD's internal auditor and the Office of Professional Responsibility. The timing's certainly intriguing: You've got Allen Wesson, the district's internal auditor, close to retirement, as well as the district's ongoing tussle with the Texas Education Agency over DISD's refusal to give federal money to tutors running their so-called "racket." Right now the OPR, which regularly looks into the kinds of incidents Tawnell reported on back in 2010, reports directly to the superintendent. Matter of fact, it was Michael Hinojosa who created the OPR back in July ...
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New York Production Listings - Back Stage
Google News - over 5 years
Ellen Weston and Mark Hampton will write the book. A laboratory production is scheduled for May 16–June 5. Casting: SH Entertainment, 151 W. 26th St., 7th floor, NYC 10001. Last EPA for lab production: Jan. 10. Last Equity chorus call for dancers: Jan
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Former DeQuincy pastor survives Joplin twister (6/1) - The American Press (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Floyd and Mary Ellen Weston survived the May 22 tornado that struck Joplin, Mo., by seeking refuge in their shower. This is all that remains of their house. (SPECIAL TO THE AMERICAN PRESS) By Taylor Prejean / AMERICAN PRESS Former Southwest Louisiana
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Tristan Sturrock Will Join Deborah Cox in Workshop of New Broadway-Aimed ... - Playbill.com
Google News - over 5 years
Josephine features music by Steve Dorff, lyrics by John Bettis and a book by Ellen Weston and Mark Hampton. The musical, according to a previous press notice, is "inspired by actual events, and takes place in Paris between 1939 and 1945: Josephine
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NYTimes - over 7 years
The singer and actress Deborah Cox, last seen on Broadway in ''Aida'' in 2004, has been cast in the title role of ''Josephine,'' the Broadway-bound musical based on the life of the exotic legend of the Paris music halls, Josephine Baker, the show's producers announced. Joey McKneely, fresh from reviving Jerome Robbins's original choreography for
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Shaking Those Bangs and Bell-Bottoms
NYTimes - about 18 years
In the cult of the dead celebrity, everyone who dies comes back as a vanilla wafer. That's what happens to Sonny Bono in ''And the Beat Goes On: The Sonny and Cher Story,'' a foolishly reverential drama about two people who, in their pop-star moment, wore furry vests and orange bell-bottoms. Nothing about that joined-at-the-hip team was nearly as
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TV Weekend; Arabs, Jews and the Roots of the Rage
NYTimes - almost 26 years
"A Fundamental Conflict" is better than it sometimes looks and sounds. At moments, this first hour of a three-part documentary on world terrorism seems much like all the other scare reports that have crowded the tube since the United States moved into the Gulf. But Sunday night's program, at 8 on the Arts & Entertainment cable channel, goes beyond
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NYTimes - almost 31 years
CAN two theatrical organizations that appear to be on tenterhooks help each other survive by joining forces? The question will be raised, if not resolved, next weekend when ''The House in the Woods,'' a new musical-in-progress, will have three tryout performances at Tarrytown's Music Hall. Although the show is being presented by the Theater League
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ellen Weston
  • 2003
    Age 63
    In 2003 John Conboy, executive producer of Guiding Light hired Weston, who worked for him on The Young and the Restless when she played Suzanne Lynch from 1978 to 1980 and Capitol, as the head writer.
    More Details Hide Details Weston's central story was the Maryanne Carruthers mystery. The story brought actress Carrie Nye, a friend of Weston's, back to the show. The story was criticized for its resemblance to a similar plot that Guiding Light had broadcast twenty years earlier, and for the substantial revisions to history that the story made for five main characters. After new executive producer Ellen Wheeler was hired in 2004, Weston was replaced.
  • 1999
    Age 59
    Weston's first writing job was as a staff writer for Capitol. She was hired to write made-for-TV movies, including Lies Before Kisses, See Jane Run, The Disappearance of Vonnie (starring Guiding Light star Kim Zimmer), and the 1999 movie As The Beat Goes On: The Sonny and Cher Story.
    More Details Hide Details She was a producer for several of the movies.
  • 1963
    Age 23
    Weston married Ami Hadani on September 8, 1963.
    More Details Hide Details They have one son, Jon Weston.
    Her first notable television role was a stint as Robin Fletcher on soap opera Guiding Light from 1963 to 1964, followed by another daytime role as Karen Gregory on Another World.
    More Details Hide Details Weston made appearances in Get Smart, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Bewitched, Bonanza, Wonder Woman, S.W.A.T., and The Bob Newhart Show.
  • 1939
    Born in 1939.
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