Faye Grant
Actress
Faye Grant
Faye Grant is an American film, television and theatre actress.
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Charity’s Fired Chief Executive Is Expected to Face Grand Larceny Charges
NYTimes - over 3 years
William E. Rapfogel, the former head of the Metropolitan New York Council on Jewish Poverty, was expected to turn himself in to authorities on Tuesday.
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StephStephen Collins and Faye Grant Marriage Break Up!
Great New Movies - almost 5 years
Former 7th Heaven star Stephen Collins has break up from wife Faye Grant, after 27 years together. The actor Stephen has filed for divorce from his wife, Faye, he confirmed in a statement to inside sources. Stephen admitted that he has filed for divorce from Grant after 27 years of marriage. A sources unveils – They are moving forward singly in our lives. Grant has been his dearest friend and a loving mother, Collins said. He knows that they’ll go through this process in a way that honors our family. Grant responded to Stephen’s statement by stating that she was blind-sided by her husband’s divorce filing. Collins’s filing for divorce is a surprise. She’s devastated, and wishes him the very best in whatever path he chooses to take, Grant gushed, adding that – 27 years of marriage in Hollywood is the equivalent of 189 dog years, she was exhausted. The estranged couple is parents to a daughter named Kate. Collins is maybe most well-known for his character as ‘Reverend Cam ...
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Still grounded in the earth: New documentary tells Warren Wilson College's history - Mountain Xpress
Google News - over 5 years
Narrated by Faye Grant, Bill Pullman and Stephen Collins. How the Women's Home Missions Board of Presbyterians started the Asheville Farm School for Boys in 1894. “If the boys didn't work the fields, they wouldn't eat.” The boys cooked, laundry,
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Horror Babies!!! - FANGORIA
Google News - over 5 years
Please login or register to see it. in v: the final battle, blair tefkin's double alien baby birth. first we get a normal looking baby that happens to have a forked tongue. then we hear faye grant shriek "there's another one!" and the much cooler,
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V is for vanquished. Revived sci-fi show is zapped - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
A scene in which resistance leader Juliet Parish (Faye Grant) ripped off the mask of alien leader John (Richard Herd) after a spectacular raid on a hospital, where the visitors were supposedly announcing a cure for cancer, was thrilling
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Kamarádova holka - České noviny
Google News - almost 6 years
... Jason Biggs (Dustin), Diora Baird (Rachel), Lizzy Caplan (Ami), Riki Lindhome (Hilary), Mini Anden (Lizzy), Hilary Pingle (Claire), Nate Torrence (Craig), Malcolm Barrett (Dwalu), Taran Killam (Josh), Faye Grant (Merrilee), Richard Snee (Brian),
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'Manna From Heaven'
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Directed by Gabrielle C. Burton and Maria Burton PG, 119 minutes A family film in every sense, ''Manna From Heaven'' was produced by five sisters from Buffalo (Charity, Jennifer, Maria, Ursula and Gabrielle C. Burton), co-directed by two of them (Maria and Gabrielle) and written by their mother (Gabrielle B. Burton). It takes place in Buffalo, too,
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FOR YOUNG VIEWERS; Imaginative Cures For Growing Pains
NYTimes - over 15 years
There's trouble brewing in Ashmore, N.C., and that trouble is named Grace. At least that's what the overprotective Jewish parents of 12-year-old Hannah Rayburn come to believe when their daughter, the new girl in school, is co-opted by her classmate Grace McKee -- headstrong, Catholic and everything the shy, introverted Hannah is not. Growing
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FILM REVIEW; Boy Next Door Is the Next Best Thing
NYTimes - over 17 years
As teen-age romantic comedies go, ''Drive Me Crazy'' ranks among the easy to take. The principals are Adrian Grenier and Melissa Joan Hart, the star of television's ''Sabrina, the Teen-Age Witch,'' whose looks are attractive without being extraordinary. The supporting cast, led by Susan May Pratt, Mark Webber, Ali Larter and Gabriel Carpenter,
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Review/Film; The Not-So-Nice Secrets of the Not So Nice
NYTimes - over 24 years
"Traces of Red" is a contemporary film noir that begins on such a clunky note that it doesn't begin to find its footing until about a third of the way through. That note is sounded by James Belushi as Jack Dobson, a shambling police detective in Palm Beach, Fla., who in the film's opening scene is shot. In a monotonous voice-over narration, Jack
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THEATER; Another Look at 'Skin of Our Teeth'
NYTimes - over 25 years
GREETINGS, once again, from 216 Cedar Street in Excelsior, N.J., the home of a "typical American family" headed by George Antrobus (Greek for man), who invented the wheel and is working on the alphabet and the multiplication table. His long-suffering wife of 5,000 years, Mrs. Antrobus, invented the apron. The hostile, stone-carrying son they raised
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STAGE: 'THE ROVER,' FEMINIST COMEDY FROM 1677
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: From the moment Christopher Reeve swaggers on stage in 17th-century cavalier finery, shirt open and sword at the ready, it's clear why the Williamstown Theater Festival has chosen to revive ''The Rover.'' This infrequently staged Restoration comedy, written by Aphra Behn in 1677, gives Mr. Reeve and his dashing companions - Stephen Collins,
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THEATER VIEW; CASTING CAN MAKE OR BREAK A SHOW
NYTimes - over 31 years
Even if he didn't have to get soaking wet on stage every night, I would still feel sorry for Don Correia, the unlucky performer cast as the hero of Broadway's extravagant adaptation of Hollywood's classic musical ''Singin' in the Rain.'' While ''42d Street'' tells us that tap dancers can go out on a Broadway stage as nobodies and come back as
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TWO VINTAGE SHOWS ARE RESHAPED FOR NEW LIFE ON BROADWAY
NYTimes - over 31 years
Choreographers have been a major influence on Broadway dance. George Balanchine brought the discipline of classical technique to show dancing in ''On Your Toes.'' Agnes De Mille integrated dance with theater in ''Oklahoma!,'' And Jerome Robbins made the choreographer as important as the director in shows such as ''The King and I'' and ''West Side
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6 DRAMAS, 3 COMEDIES ADDED BY NBC FOR FALL
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The highly rated NBC-TV miniseries ''V'' will become a weekly prime-time series next fall, along with new NBC shows featuring Bill Cosby, Michael Landon and Loni Anderson and Lynda Carter, network officials announced yesterday. The NBC fall lineup features seven- and-a-half hours of new prime-time programming - six one-hour dramas and three
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TV VIEW; IN ITS OWN DIZZY WAY, 'V' GALLOPS BRISKLY ALONG
NYTimes - almost 33 years
When NBC's ''V'' was broadcast a year ago in two two-hour segments, the final scene posed the question, ''The first battle's been won, right?'' ''That's right,'' came the answer, ''but the war is just beginning.'' At that very moment, there was some doubt that television viewers would ever get to see the war between small groups of Earth guerrillas
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TV 'V' NOW A BOOK
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Novelizations of feature films have become commonplace, but novelizations of television movies are a rarity. So the appearance this month of a novel called ''V,'' written by Anne Crispin and based on the series first shown on NBC-TV last year and that will return with a six-hour sequel next month, represents an unusual multimedia event. In fact,
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TV: HENRY FONDA AND MYRNA LOY
NYTimes - about 35 years
''SUMMER SOLSTICE,'' an hourlong play on ABC-TV at 10 o'clock tonight, claims the distinction of being the first locally produced dramatic program to be purchased by a network. How was this accomplished? Well, it seems somebody at WCVB-TV in Boston was able to get to Henry Fonda, who was just finishing the film of ''On Golden Pond.'' Mr. Fonda was
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