Holly Aird
English television actress
Holly Aird
Holly Aird, is an English television actor known for playing Forensic Pathologist Frankie Wharton in the BBC1 drama series Waking the Dead, having previously starred in productions such as Soldier Soldier and the 1997 film Fever Pitch alongside Colin Firth.
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Page Eight - Variety
Google News - over 5 years
With: Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz, Michael Gambon, Judy Davis, Felicity Jones, Tom Hughes, Saskia Reeves, Ewen Bremner, Ralph Fiennes, Alice Krige, Holly Aird, Marthe Keller, Richard Lintern. David Hare returns to the director's chair with "Page Eight," a
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James Purefoy interview - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
He now lives with art historian and television producer Jessica Adams and has a 14-year-old son from his relationship with the actress Holly Aird. I ask what he is like as a father. 'Joe will sometimes say that I'm his best friend but I always try to
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'Dawn Treader' an improvement over second 'Narnia' film - Vineland Daily Journal
Google News - over 5 years
The other members of the unit are Detective Sergeant Anthony Wareing (Shaun Parkes), Detective Constable José Rodriguez and IT goddess Tessa Stein (Holly Aird). Unbeknownst to coworkers, Bloom is living a double life of his own
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The Promise - Aljazeera.net
Google News - almost 6 years
When 18-year-old Londoner Erin (Claire Foy) is dragged by her mother (Holly Aird) to a hospital to see her dying grandfather Len, she is disgusted by how old and decrepit he is – until she finds his old diary and begins to learn of his exploits in the
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TV on DVD: "Identity" - Starpulse.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The team is led by Detective Superintendent Martha Lawson (Hawes), who presides over DI John Bloom (Gillen), DS Anthony Wareing (Shaun Parkes), DC Jose Rodriguez (Elyes Gabel), and Tessa Stein (Waking The Dead's Holly Aird)
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Own 'Identity' on DVD Today! - StarsEntertainment.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Also on the team are DS Anthony Wareing (Shaun Parkes, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries), who doesn't seem to think that DI Bloom is exactly who he says he is, and DC José Rodriguez (Casualty) and IT expert Tessa Stein (Holly Aird, Walking the Dead)
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DVD Review: Identity - Blogger News Network (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Completing the group put together are DC Jose Rodriguez (Elyes Gabel) and IT expert Tessa Stein (Holly Aird). The team's purpose is go after the identity thieves. Bloom has a talent for being able to tell when a suspect is lying
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Acorn Media Readies a 2-DVD Release of the UK Program from ITV - TVShowsOnDVD.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Rounding out the group are cocksure DC José Rodriguez (Elyes Gabel, Casualty) and IT expert Tessa Stein (Holly Aird, Waking the Dead). The cases reveal the many reasons for adopting a new persona, from simple greed to far more sinister motives
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 6 years
9 P.M. (TLC) WHAT NOT TO WEAR Stacy London and Clinton Kelly dispense an eighth season of tough sartorial love to fashion flunkies in 26 new episodes. Victim No. 1: Mindy Cohn, the former child actress who played Natalie Green in the 1980s television series ''The Facts of Life.'' Ms. Cohn, 44, above center, with Ms. London and Mr. Kelly, has long
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FILM REVIEW; Poetical Flesh and Blood Proves a Strong Tonic
NYTimes - over 14 years
For some readers of ''Possession,'' A. S. Byatt's Booker Prize-winning 1990 novel, the long stretches of mock-Victorian poetry were the high points; for others, Ms. Byatt's virtuoso parodies of Robert Browning, Christina Rossetti and Emily Dickinson were there to be skipped over, since they slowed down enjoyment of her teasingly suspenseful
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FILM REVIEW; Meeting Mr. Right Before the Reaper
NYTimes - about 18 years
Her head twisted painfully to one side, her dark brown eyes casting defiant sidelong glances at the world, and speaking in dragged-out syllables delivered in semi-intelligible moans and groans, Helena Bonham Carter gives what may be the stunt performance of the year as Jane, a feisty young woman dying of A.L.S. (Lou Gehrig's disease) in ''The
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TV WEEKEND; THE STORY OF PETER RABBIT'S CREATOR
NYTimes - almost 33 years
CHILDREN the world over are familiar with the tales of Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck and a host of other animal characters who began appearing in illustrated books around the turn of the century. Now, on ''Masterpiece Theater'' on Sunday at 9 P.M. on Channel 13, devotees can learn about the extraordinary woman who created them. ''The Tale of
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NEW FACES: A GUIDE TO FRESH TALENT NOW ON THE LOCAL SCENE
NYTimes - about 35 years
On this page, nine arts critics for The New York Times share their discoveries of some of the bright new talents now appearing on the New York scene: Stage The newest new faces in the theater this season belong to child actors who haven't yet reached adolescence. In Christopher Durang's ''Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You,'' a little boy
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Television Week
NYTimes - about 35 years
Local Anthropology ''Paradox on 72d Street,'' an hour-long documentary on individualism in American society as exemplified by one busy Manhattan street intersection, is derived in part from a book, Philip Slater's 1970 ''The Pursuit of Loneliness,'' which was subtitled ''American Cultureat the Breaki ng Point.'' In addition to Mr. Slater, another
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NEW YEAR AND 'MASTERPIECE' IN KENYA
NYTimes - about 35 years
TELEVISION'S New Year's Eve festivities once again add up to little more than electronic wallpaper, designed to provide holiday parties with background music and a midnight shot of a big apple descending in Times Square. The familiar sounds of the Guy Lombardo Orchestra have been replaced. CBS-TV at 11:30 this evening will offer Donny Osmond as
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