Francie Swift
American actor
Francie Swift
Francie Swift is an American actress best known for her versatility and the wide variety of roles she has played. Swift was born in Amarillo, Texas and attended Tascosa High School and graduated in 1987.
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Law & Order: Special Victim Unit – dernières affaires pour Elliot Stabler ... - Critictoo (Séries)
Google News - over 5 years
Sonya Paxton sera donc là le temps de deux épisodes avant de céder sa place à la revenante Sherri West (Francie Swift). Pire, dans la brigade, John Munch est de moins en moins présent (3 épisodes sur 24 !) alors qu'il est pourtant le partenaire de Fin
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The Good Jew - Tablet Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
“Eli Gold is a thug,” Peter's adviser Kaya Poole, an Ann Coulter look-alike played by Francie Swift, warns as she, Peter, and a third adviser scramble around the kitchen, failing to figure out which appliance is beeping. Peter's son, Zach (Graham
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THEATER GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy Broadway and Off Broadway shows this weekend. Approximate running times are in parentheses. * denotes a highly recommended show. + means discounted tickets were available at the Theater Development Fund's TKTS booth for performances last Friday and Saturday nights. ++ means discounted
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THEATER GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy Broadway and Off Broadway shows this weekend. Approximate running times are in parentheses. * denotes a highly recommended show. + means discounted tickets were at the Theater Development Fund's TKTS booth for performances last Friday and Saturday nights. ++ means tickets were at the
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THEATER REVIEW; At Home With the Collyer Brothers
NYTimes - almost 15 years
For whatever reasons -- perhaps because they make high intelligence look like a social disease -- compulsive, madness-skirting geniuses have become popular on American stages and screens. You know, like the brilliant mathematicians played by Mary Louise Parker in ''Proof'' and Russell Crowe in ''A Beautiful Mind,'' who wind up finding love, facing
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THEATER; In Depicting History, Just How Far Can The Facts Be Bent?
NYTimes - almost 15 years
AS social critics often lament, this is an age when many people get their knowledge of the past (and often the present) almost exclusively from their entertainment. So the appearance this season of a number of plays that focus on historical events and public figures provokes some familiar questions. If real history and real people are portrayed,
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THEATER REVIEW; The Epilogue of a Chat Room Flirtation
NYTimes - about 17 years
Not every cyberspace romance ends like Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan's in ''You've Got Mail,'' with the golden couple embracing in an urban flower garden while the dog frolics at their feet. Chopin6 and Sorry12, for instance, meet in a computer chat room and decide to try an in-person date early on. Their story, ''Heartbreak of the Last Handwriting,'' is
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ON STAGE AND OFF; Outliving The Groundhog
NYTimes - about 18 years
February may be the shortest month, but it might be plenty long for a few Broadway shows. The producers of ''Side Man,'' at the John Golden Theater, have been trying to cut costs for the remainder of the winter. Jay Harris, one of the producers, said this week that the production was working out a four-to-six-week royalty pool, wherein the
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THEATER REVIEW; A Motley Crew of Women Share a Friend's Pregnancy
NYTimes - almost 19 years
The story is an old one. A young, unmarried woman becomes pregnant and goes away until the baby is born. Her options, however, are modern: She can have an abortion. She can keep the child and rear it alone. She can keep the child and rear it with her friend and former teacher, Kate, a lesbian, even though Caroline, the mother-to-be, isn't gay. Or
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TV WEEKEND; A Radical Revolution Traditionally Chronicled
NYTimes - over 19 years
The American Revolution makes it onto television on Sunday in emphatically nonrevisionist fashion. ''Liberty'' offers six hours of historical personages, portrayed by Broadway and Hollywood professionals, delivering excerpts from letters, diaries and pronouncements that touch the high points of America's war for independence. They are abetted by
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If Time Could Have A Stop
NYTimes - about 20 years
What might happen, the actor and playwright Patrick Breen wonders, if time could be stopped and a past indiscretion undone? Could, as a consequence, shattered lives be made whole? Could broken love affairs be mended, suicides thwarted, the boarding of doomed airliners averted? Could, in fact, the fates of seven people be changed by going back and
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Review/Theater; Family Life Colored by Menace
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Early in "The Hyacinth Macaw," Mac Wellman's entertainingly immoderate portrait of America adrift (at Primary Stages), a sinister stranger announces what could be the play's credo: "What's real has no name. None. Whatever." There's certainly no reason to doubt that the assertion holds true in Mr. Wellman's anomic universe. But that doesn't stop the
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Critic's Notebook; Tuning In Once Again to Albee
NYTimes - over 23 years
"You don't listen," a sometimes catatonic girl reiterates, with varying degrees of resignation and anger, in one of the two single-act plays that make up the second offering of the Signature Theater Company's season, which is devoted to the works of Edward Albee. It is an accusation that Mr. Albee himself might address to the New York audiences who
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THEATER; Students Collaborate on an AIDS Montage
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: JUST after the fall semester began at the State University of New York here, Michael Horn, a junior in the film department, threw a party. He invited 14 members of the university's senior acting company and 14 people with AIDS or with positive HIV test results. JUST after the fall semester began at the State University of New York here,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Francie Swift
    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 40
    Her character was recently brought back towards the end of 2010.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 37
    After that, Swift made a guest appearance in the TV series Law & Order, where she played three different roles in a single episode, played Arthur Frobisher's (Ted Danson) wife on FX series Damages, and appeared as Anne Archibald in six episodes of the series Gossip Girl from 2007 through 2008.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1968
    Age -2
    Born on November 30, 1968.
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