Isabella Hofmann
American actor
Isabella Hofmann
Isabella Hofmann is an American actress, born in Chicago, Illinois. She is best known for her lead role on Homicide: Life on the Street as Lt. / Capt. / Det. Megan Russert and supporting roles on JAG as Meredith Cavanaugh, Dear John as Kate McCarron, and on Beggars and Choosers as Cecile Malone.
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Serie Tv: novità cast per Castle, Suits, 90210, Criminal Minds, NCIS:LA e ... - Mag-SeriesUsa (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Nella settima stagione di Criminal Minds troveremo Isabella Hofmann nei panni di una delle tre ex mogli dell'agente Rossi (Joe Mantegna) per un arco di due episodi e chiederà aiuto proprio al suo ex. Nella terza stagione di NCIS: LA troveremo, invece,
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Castings en séries N.230 : The League, NCIS, Revenge... - Series Addict
Google News - over 5 years
Criminal Minds (CBS): Isabella Hofmann apparaîtra dans deux épisode de la nouvelle saison, dans lesquels elle tiendra le rôle de la première ex femme de l'Agent Rossi (Joe Mantegna). Gossip Girl (The CW): Connor Paolo, l'interprète d'Eric,
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Casting : Suits, Ciminal Minds, Terra Nova, Castle, 90210, Gossip Girl ... - Critictoo (Séries)
Google News - over 5 years
Isabella Hofmann (Homicide: Life on the street, JAG) va apparaitre dans deux épisodes de la nouvelle saison de Criminal Minds. Elle sera la première ex-femme de l'Agent Rossi (Joe Mantegna). Elle fera sa première apparition dans l'épisode 5 pour
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Isabella Hofmann to Play Rossi's Ex on Criminal Minds - TV Fanatic
Google News - over 5 years
Homicide alum Isabella Hofmann has landed a two-episode arc as Rossi's first wife (he's had three), new show-runner Erica Messer confirmed yesterday. “She's the love of his life,” Messer says. “We'll meet her in Episode 5.″ Fans may also recognize
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Daniel Baldwin divorce de son épouse Joanne, alcoolique, droguée et violente... - Pure People
Google News - over 5 years
... qui lui donna en 1984 un premier enfant (Kahlea), puis à Elizabeth, qui accoucha en 1994 de leur fille Alexandra, et il vécut enfin une dizaine d'années avec sa partenaire à l'écran Isabella Hofmann, mère de leur fils Atticus né en 1996
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Zwei deutsche Titel ertanzt - rosenheim24.de
Google News - almost 6 years
Im Solo-Tanz gewann Anna Christine Brenner (24) den deutschen Meistertitel, ebenfalls Platz eins errangen Lisa Dworaczek (11), Isabella Hofmann (11), Zoe Peter (10) und Selina Reuter (11) in der Altersklassen der Kindergruppen im Charakter/Ethnic-Tanz
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
9 P.M. (National Geographic) DIRECT FROM THE MOON The Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin watches breathtaking images of the Moon's craters and haunting plains, and observes an Earth-rise in this second ''Expedition Week'' installment. The episode looks at the Selene, a Japanese lunar orbiter custom-built to map the Moon's surface and measure its magnetic
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TELEVISION/RADIO; A Gritty Portrayal Of Police Life Gets A Kind of Closure
NYTimes - about 17 years
FOR seven years, ''Homicide: Life on the Street'' struggled to survive. The ensemble show about homicide detectives in Baltimore had few car chases or shootouts. There was little of the sexual drama of the far more successful ''N.Y.P.D. Blue.'' And the show's time slot, Friday night at 10, was hardly choice. But by the time the series ended last
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TELEVISION REVIEW;If Abuse Is Boring, Try a Little Patricide
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Abuse in its infinite variety remains at the top of the television-movie hit parade. Recent weeks have brought vivid prime-time depictions of children beating up parents (Fox's "Terror in the Family"), a husband battering his wife (CBS's "Unforgivable"), and a young man wiping out his girlfriend (NBC's "No One Would Tell"). Tonight NBC dives back
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On Prime Time, as in Real Life, Nothing Stays the Same Forever
NYTimes - over 21 years
LIFE goes on. Things change. Here today, gone tomorrow. So it is, also, for our 2-D cousins. Most contemporary network series, in an effort to mirror the twists and turns of the world on the other side of the screen, include a substantial number of fundamental changes each year. (Periodic overhauls also cope with exigencies like ambitious actors,
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; 'Homicide' Survives, But in What Condition?
NYTimes - over 22 years
There's more than one way to snuff the life out of a television series. For a while, it looked as if "Homicide: Life on the Street" would simply be murdered by NBC as the rule-breaking and stubbornly downbeat police show was shunted from one day and time period to another, leaving even its fans confused. But now "Homicide" is ensconced in a
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TV Weekend; Whitaker Directs Tale of Walking on the Wild Side
NYTimes - over 23 years
Around the housing projects of Brooklyn, as you can learn tomorrow night if you listen carefully, "strapped" means carrying a gun. Since it can also mean a constraining lack of money, it is the right title for this earnest fable about a straight-shooting inner-city youth whose need for cash drives him into peddling guns. Diquan Mitchell's current
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TV VIEW; In Sitcoms, Cupid Is Often Only a Tease
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: After half a decade of denying, deploring, hinting at, acknowledging and sheepishly celebrating their mutual sexual attraction, Tony Micelli and Angela Bower have agreed they don't know their feelings well enough to discuss the future. Sam Malone, having spent five years getting together and breaking up with Diane Chambers, has been chasing
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ANATOMY OF A Sitcom
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: OUT OF THOUSANDS OF SITUATION COMEDIES PITCHED in Hollywood each television season, few succeed. This year, there are three new hits: ''Roseanne,'' large, noisy, the tabloid of sitcoms; ''Empty Nest,'' full of lunatic, cheery farce; and an unusual winner, a quiet, downbeat comedy with an impeccable pedigree, ''Dear John. OUT OF THOUSANDS OF
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Review/Television; Life After Divorce, in the 'Taxi' Spirit
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: John Lacey, a New York teacher married for 10 years, comes home to find a ''Dear John'' letter with the news that his wife has run off with his best friend. ''Must have thrown you for a loop,'' says his nasty brother-in-law, sneering. ''And with your best friend yet!'' At the urging of his sister, John decides to visit a singles support group
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STAGE VIEW; SATIRE IS BACK, BUT WITHOUT THE BITE
NYTimes - almost 33 years
T wenty-odd years ago New York was simultaneously playing host to the Premise, the Second City, Lenny Bruce and, from Britain with bile, Dudley Moore and others in ''Beyond the Fringe.'' Social satire, political satire, every sort of satire seemed to be modestly thriving, and at a time when the world was rather happier than now and seemed less in
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REVUEW: SECOND CITY COMES TO FIRST CITY
NYTimes - almost 33 years
''ORWELL THAT ENDS WELL'' is the latest - and 65th - revue to be mounted by Chicago's fabled Second City Company. It's a pleasure to report that this improvisational comedy troupe, which is now visiting the Village Gate, has lost none of its spunk. ''Orwell'' is an uneven but jolly little show that delivers a few belly laughs, a lot of chuckles
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