Erica Gimpel
American actress
Erica Gimpel
Erica Fawn Gimpel is an American actress. She is best known for her roles on television shows Fame as Coco Hernandez and on Profiler as Angel Brown. She is also known for her major recurring roles on the television shows ER as Adele Newman and on Veronica Mars as Alicia Fennel. Gimpel was a judge on RTE One's Fame: The Musical, an Irish TV talent show seeking a boy and a girl to play Nick and Serena respectively in the Irish touring production of Fame.
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Another Show Is Back From The Dead
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Cult" lives! The CW series, starring Matthew Davis and Jessica Lucas, was pulled from the network in April, but the final six episodes will see the light of day. "Cult" returns on Fridays, beginning June 28, airing double episodes for three weeks straight. The show centers on journalist Jeff (Davis) and production researcher Skye's (Lucas) investigation into a TV show that's generated a cult following of fans who are re-creating the crimes depicted on their screens. Creator Rockne S. O'Bannon was the first to break the news about "Cult" coming back to finish its run via Twitter. Great news #TrueBelievers: The CW will be airing the shocking final episodes of #Cult in 2 hour blocks 8pm-10pm on 6/28, 7/5 & 7/12. Enjoy!! — Rockne S. O'Bannon (@Rockne_S) May 24, 2013 The CW confirmed the news of "Cult's" return to The Huffington Post. The show's cancellation in April didn't come as a surprise. The midseason series made its debut on Tuesday, February 19 and broug ...
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Yvonna Russell: Showbiz Goes High Tech
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
My bestie called to ask me about getting back into show business. She has national commercial credits and was an Elite fashion model. But a lot has changed from the days when we went on foot to agents' offices, checked our answering machines on a pay phone and picked up sides in person. (Wow, I am old.) Show business, the last of the handshake businesses, has gone high tech. Everybody has a smartphone or you can't compete. An agent or casting director should be able to communicate with you ASAP. Your phone should also have your headshot, résumé in PDF, composite and reel on point. Producers and directors look at reels and resumes for talent round the clock thereby a website and/or web page is essential. For Full Metal Jacket, director Stanley Kubrick placed ads for actors to submit audition tapes. This has now become a standard industry practice. Having a good HD handheld camera for audition submissions when requested or to create your own content is an advantage. B ...
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FAME costs: A conversation with Erica Gimpel
Canada - almost 5 years
Musician and actress Erica Gimpel steps into The Crossfire.
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VIDEO: Three mini-reviews of Latino Film Festival's “Cinema En Tu Idioma” - San Diego Gay & Lesbian News
Google News - over 5 years
After slugging down too much scotch, he announces to underling officers Sandra (Erica Gimpel) and Bob (Frank Grillo) that he's going to “have a little fun” on his last day. His idea of fun is harassing, insulting and humiliating immigrants hoping to
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"Like A Virgin"/"Drinking The Kool-Aid" - A.V. Club (satire) (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Alicia Fennel is played by Erica Gimpel, who also had a role in Babylon 5, our first crossover between my first TV Club Classic show and my dream TV Club Classic show! “That well-known bedrock pragmatism of elvish culture
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In 1876, Custer defeated in Battle of Little Bighorn - Bend Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Actress Erica Gimpel is 47. Former NBA player Dikembe Mutombo is 45. Rapper Candyman is 43. Actress Angela Kinsey (TV: “The Office”) is 40. Rock musician Mario Calire is 37. Actress Linda Cardellini is 36. Actress Busy Philipps is 32
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Today in History - Kitsap Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Actress Erica Gimpel is 47. Former NBA player Dikembe Mutombo (dih-KEHM'-bay moo-TAHM'-boh) is 45. Rapper-producer Richie Rich is 44. Rapper Candyman is 43. Contemporary Christian musician Sean Kelly (Sixpence None the Richer) is 40
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Expert na vraždu: Poslední dostih - České noviny
Google News - almost 6 years
Hrají: Dick Van Dyke (Dr. Jonathan Maxwell), Barry Van Dyke (Mike Bryant), Shane Van Dyke (Ben Manners), Stacy Edwards (Diana Brawley), Ray Abruzzo (Bernard Alger), Brad Beyer (Jake Brawley), Ralph Waite (Jacob Brawley), Erica Gimpel (Joanne Matterson)
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In a Season Of Grays, One Show That's Noir
NYTimes - over 20 years
Television noir, the favorite trendy label of the moment, is popping up all over the schedule, but not always with enough survival fizz. Fox's ''Millennium,'' brought to you by ''The X-Files'' folks, seems to be breathing nicely, but CBS, definitely in one of its jittery phases, has already canceled the promising ''EZ Streets,'' a crime drama
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3 Doses Of Paranoia In One Evening
NYTimes - over 20 years
Getting into an ''X-Files'' groove, NBC has reshaped its Saturday night lineup with three new hourlong dramas exploring, in very different ways, the parameters of contemporary paranoia. ''The Pretender,'' which will run at 9 starting next Saturday, had a special preview on Thursday. Its hero (Michael T. Weiss), recovering from a guinea-pig
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FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW; The Nun, the Amnesiac, the Prostitute and the Thugs
NYTimes - over 22 years
Many romantic triangles are bizarre, but in "Amateur" Hal Hartley has concocted the most irresistibly strange one to hit the screen in a long time. A pretty former nun is trying to earn a living by writing for pornographic magazines. She falls for a sensitive man who has amnesia and traces of a sordid past. He is still married to a prostitute, who
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Review/Theater; Fateful Encounters At an Urban Crossroads
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The intersection of life with chance seems to fascinate Richard Caliban as a playwright and director. In his plays and his productions of plays by other writers, accidents occur that throw widely disparate people into juxtaposition -- accidents that prove to be fateful, even fatal. In "Homo Sapien Shuffle," at the Public Theater, a man is killed in
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Reviews/Film; Using a Son to Trap a Gay Congressman
NYTimes - over 25 years
There aren't enough therapists in the world to sort out the father-son problems in "Undertow," much less sort out the plot of this painfully solemn, visibly low-budget film. Mel is a convict who will be released if he goes along with an F.B.I. scheme. All he has to do is find a young man willing to be videotaped having sex with Congressman Gary,
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SUNDAY VIEW; American Nightmare in a Family Restaurant
NYTimes - over 25 years
Armageddon comes to a family restaurant in Sam Shepard's first drama in six years, "States of Shock" (at the American Place Theater). But even though there's a red vinyl booth to one side of the stage, and a middle-aged couple waiting to be served their clam chowder at a table on the other side of the stage, you probably won't be fooled. You won't
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Review/Theater; Sam Shepard Returns, On War and Machismo
NYTimes - almost 26 years
SAM SHEPARD has been away from the New York theater for only six years -- since the epic "Lie of the Mind" -- but "States of Shock," his new play at the American Place, could lead you to believe he has been hibernating since his East Village emergence in the Vietnam era. "States of Shock" is in its own elliptical way an antiwar play, written with
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Reviews/Theater; A 'Pinhead' in the Hollywood Hills
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: There probably are not that many playwrights who have both written television shows for Norman Lear and participated in a screenwriting workshop with Gabriel Garcia Marquez, but such is the resume of Jose Rivera, whose new play, ''Each Day Dies With Sleep,'' is now at the Circle Repertory Company. There probably are not that many playwrights
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Review/Television; Confessions About Women By an Earnest 18-Year-Old
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Much of ''Women and Wallace'' can sound like the intensely earnest confession of an 18-year-old. Why not? It is. Jonathan Marc Sherman was just that age when he wrote the play, which went on to become a 1988 winner in the Young Playwrights Festival in New York. Tonight at 10 on Channel 13, the ''American Playhouse'' series is presenting
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2 Staged Play Readings will Benefit AIDS Fund
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: The first of two staged readings to benefit the AIDS fund of Actors Equity will take place May 16 at 8 P.M. at Symphony Space, Broadway and 95th Street. The reading, from the play ''The Value of Names'' by Jeffrey Sweet, will feature Larry Black, Dinah Manoff and Norman Rose, artistic director of Readers The first of two staged readings to
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THEATER; LACKLUSTER 'AGNES' AT THE CROSSROADS
NYTimes - almost 31 years
LACKING the luster of bravura performances, ''Agnes of God'' is merely a meretricious little play. While titilating one with the sordid details of a contrived, convoluted plot that never gets resolved, the playwright John Pielmeier presumes to raise issues: mystic, abstract, religious and psychiatric. By now, everyone, assumedly, knows that ''Agnes
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Erica Gimpel
    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 45
    In January 2010, Gimpel released her first CD, Spread your Wings and Fly.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1982
    Age 17
    Gimpel was born in Manhattan, New York. In 1982, she graduated from New York's High School of Performing Arts.
    More Details Hide Details She had toured the United States and Europe with her mother, singer Phyllis Bash, in the play "Porgy and Bess." Her father is Joseph Gimpel, a short story writer. Babylon 5 episode Walkabout features songs performed by Erica Gimpel
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on June 25, 1964.
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