Fawn Hall
American civil servant
Fawn Hall
Fawn Hall was a secretary to Lt. Colonel Oliver North and a notable figure in the Iran-Contra affair, helping him shred confidential documents. Hall was born and raised in Annandale, Virginia, and graduated from Poe Middle School in 1973 and Annandale High School in 1977.
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Iran-Contra, the Sequel - Philadelphia Inquirer
Google News - over 5 years
It was a blockbuster, complete with blonde ingenues (pretty Fawn Hall, the Siren of Shredding), handsome Oliver North (Mel Gibson with medals) and despicable villains (terrorists, Communists and, for his critics,
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Book review: 'Stories I Only Tell My Friends' by Rob Lowe - Press-Register - al.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Although Lowe dated Melissa Gilbert, Nastassja Kinski, Demi Moore, Princess Stephanie of Monaco and Oliver North's former secretary Fawn Hall, among others, this is no salacious Hollywood kiss-and-tell. Lowe's acting skills were showcased in NBC's “The
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Fawn made the heart grow fond - Philadelphia Inquirer
Google News - over 5 years
The only original name I could think of was Fawn, and I guessed I could call her Fawn Hall, which is the type of joke that amuses me and fellow baby boomers and nobody else. Paula and Nan hung up the phone, both having gotten excellent advice
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June 8: Today in Weird History - DBKP - Death By 1000 Papercuts
Google News - over 5 years
1987 Oliver North's secretary, Fawn Hall, testifies at Iran-Contra hearing, saying she helped shred documents. 2002 Camp David meeting between George W Bush and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak concludes without agreement
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Editorial: Congress must bring Internet privacy law into digital age - MassLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Fawn Hall is the answer to a trivia question. The Red Sox reversed the curse with the stunning championship in 2004 and put an exclamation point on that reversal just three seasons later. It actually does feel like 1986 was a quarter of a century ago
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Jimbo's ghost isn't the spookiest thing about Morrison - Straight.com
Google News - almost 6 years
He writes, “Sugarman is married to indicted Contragate co-conspirator Fawn Hall, Oliver North's secretary at the National Security Council, who shredded an 18-inch file of documents linking the Reagan administration to the diversion of funds from Iran
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Rob Lowe Brings 'The Outsiders' to JBFC - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Lowe's claim of being “more brainy” seemed to fit since he was soon dating Fawn Hall–Oliver North's secretary. “I was watching her testimony and thought: 'She's hot,'” he said. Basic cable aside, he fell from afar for Princess Stephanie of Monaco via a
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George Steinbrenner: from criminal to FBI informant - msnbc.com
Google News - almost 6 years
The Iran-Contra Affair is in the news featuring Fawn Hall, Ollie North and Poindexter. North and Poindexter were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States. Big Stein could have turned evidence against Poindexter
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Rob Lowe: teen heart-throb, 'Wayne's World' funnyman and bestselling author - The Canadian Press
Google News - almost 6 years
Fame also brought about a high-profile series of relationships, including flings with Nastassja Kinski, Fawn Hall, Melissa Gilbert, Demi Moore and Princess Stephanie of Monaco. Lowe is plain-spoken about his partying and his time in rehab,
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OBSESSIONS; Paper Tiger
NYTimes - over 9 years
On Valentine's Day a few years ago, I got a call from American Express asking if I knew that I was sending bouquets of roses from 1-800-Flowers to several women, each with a card that read, ''Thinking of you. Love, Tony.'' Some Lothario had gotten hold of my credit card number and was using it to woo women in five states. I don't know what part of
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Laura Bush's Mission Accomplished
NYTimes - almost 12 years
AS we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Drudge Report and the second anniversary of the Jayson Blair scandal, American journalists are in a race with the runaway bride for public enemy No.1. Newspaper circulation is on the skids, the big three network anchor thrones are as precarious as King Lear's, bloggers are on the rampage, and the
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Danny Sugerman, 50, Fan and Manager of Doors
NYTimes - about 12 years
Danny Sugerman, who went from being a Doors fan as a teenager to serving as manager of the rock band, died on Jan. 5 at his home here. He was 50. The cause was lung cancer, according to a statement posted on the band's Web site. Mr. Sugerman helped write the biography of the Doors' lead singer, Jim Morrison, ''No One Here Gets Out Alive'' (Warner
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Right Axis. Wrong Evil.
NYTimes - over 12 years
The capital has plunged into satire. There's the bizarre investigation of Sandy Burglar, as the respected former national security adviser has now been dubbed, pulling a Fawn Hall and smuggling stuff out of the National Archives in his fine washables. And just when you thought the Bush foreign policy couldn't sound more chuckleheaded, revelations
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Page Two: April 18-24; PARTY TIME
NYTimes - almost 13 years
The White House Correspondents Association dinner, long considered the Academy Awards of exclusive Washington galas, will be more Hollywood than ever this May 1. The guests scheduled to attend include Drew Barrymore (right), Meg Ryan, Ben Affleck, Anna Kournikova, Mary-Louise Parker, Drew Carey and George Clooney. The celebrification of the dinner
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White House Letter; Playing It Straight at an Odd Washington Ritual
NYTimes - almost 14 years
No one could remember anything quite like it. True, the usual odd collection of celebrities tuned up -- Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore in the back, Bo Derek in the middle, the Bachelorette up front. True, all the people who complain about the celebrities turned up, too. There was also the customary gray lump of meat for dinner, the mobbed
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White House Letter; Press and Team Bush, Joined at Elbow
NYTimes - almost 15 years
This coming Saturday at the Washington Hilton there will be another White House Correspondents Association dinner, the annual bacchanalia that long ago evolved from an inside-the-Beltway dud into a gaudy celebrity fest accompanied by much hand-wringing by the serious press over the evening's downward spiral. First held in 1920, the gala was for
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The Nation; I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar in the Enron Scandal
NYTimes - about 15 years
AS the klieg lights went up on the Enron hearings, many of the familiar elements of Washington scandal were on display -- charges of influence peddling, expressions of shock from outraged lawmakers and wall-to-wall lawyers in dark suits. But there was one novelty. Enron, unlike so many other Capitol messes, features powerful women in starring roles
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Washington Memo; A Melding of Extremes at Correspondents Dinner
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Fellini could not have directed the scene better. At the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, the annual roast at which the Washington press corps honors the President, mingles with Government sources and -- in recent years -- gawks at Hollywood celebrities, the level of surrealism was high. At a cocktail party before Saturday night's
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Editorial Observer; A Night When Bad Food and Big Stars Collide
NYTimes - almost 18 years
For decades, the White House Correspondents Association dinner in Washington was simply a tiresome annual affair. The faint smell of mothballs always hovered over the Washington Hilton ballroom where uncomfortably overdressed journalists sat down once a year for a long evening with their sources. Even with the President at the head table, a fog
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Fawn Hall
    THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 31
    In 1991 she married Danny Sugerman, former manager of The Doors. The two were married until Sugerman's death in 2005.
    More Details Hide Details Hall underwent drug rehabilitation for an addiction to crack cocaine in the mid-1990s, it being reported at the time that Sugerman first exposed Hall to the drug.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 29
    In exchange for her testimony, Hall was granted immunity. She confessed to shredding a large number of documents. On March 22, 1989, she began two days of testimony at Oliver North's Iran-Contra trial in Washington.
    More Details Hide Details Among her other testimony was a claim that, "Sometimes you have to go above the law."
  • 1986
    Age 26
    On November 25, 1986, she smuggled confidential papers out of her employer's office hidden inside her leather boots, causing President Ronald Reagan to form a task force, which eventually put both North and Hall on trial.
    More Details Hide Details It was also alleged that Hall and Jonathan Scott Royster had an affair. Much about Royster is still classified today due to his involvement and will remain classified until 2050.
  • 1983
    Age 23
    Hall was North's secretary from February 1983 until she was fired on November 25, 1986.
    More Details Hide Details Hall's mother, Wilma Hall, was secretary to Robert McFarlane, Reagan's national security advisor, North's superior and a major player in Iran-Contra. Fawn Hall dated Contras politician Arturo Cruz, Jr. In one mishap, she transposed the digits of a Swiss bank account number, resulting in a contribution from the Sultan of Brunei to the Contras being lost.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1973
    Age 13
    Hall was born and raised in Annandale, Virginia, and graduated from Poe Middle School in 1973 and Annandale High School in 1977.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born in 1959.
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