Jessica Haines
Has one brother. Grew up in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Went to the University of Cape Town. Lived in Tunisia for two years. Now currently resides in Kenya- East Africa. Spent the first year of her professional career playing Lady Mcbeth for the on Q theatre company. Did a lot of corporate theatre before landing a role in Home affairs (TV debut). Between her TV appearances, she starred in harry Kalmers theatre production of "Wolke".
Jessica Haines
Jessica Haines is a South African actress. She is best known for the 2008 film Disgrace in which she acts alongside John Malkovich. She frequently works in Johannesburg and currently lives in Kenya.
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Forest Lake FFA members advance to national competition
Hometown Source - almost 2 years
Forest Lake FFA member Jessica Haines took home first place in the Environmental Services/Natural Resource Systems category for her project on the effects of sulfide mining. Forest Lake FFA members traveled to the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus March 19 to compete in the Agricultural Communications Career Development Event contest and the Agricultural Education Science Fair. The Agricultural Communications team placed first and all three science fair projects won in their divisions. Agricultural Education Science Fair participants wrote a scientific paper about their project and submitted it prior to the competition. At the science fair, students displayed their poster boards and were interviewed by the judges. All three Forest Lake projects won purple ribbons and will have the opportunity to send on their materials to compete at the national level. Continue reading this Forest Lake Times story by Jason DeMoe.
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[VIDEO] Teens, Young Adults Tell Parents What's What
East Greenwich Patch - about 4 years
The lucky people who attended Monday night's joint presentation by Bob Houghtaling's TLC group and volunteers from the Teen Center got the yin and yang of the teen experience. It was impressive. The Teen Leadership Consortium (otherwise known as the TLC) got the evening rolling by breaking into three different groups, with TLC members sitting in with each group directing the discussion in three areas: school stress, social media, and communication.  The idea came out of a TLC meeting earlier in the fall, when several students talked about the expectations they feel from school, their parents, and even themselves. Monday night's event was a chance to do just that – to try to talk to parents as a group directly and let them know how it feels to be a teenager in 2012. The teenagers were remarkably open and surprisingly supportive of parents' attempts to wean their kids off social media, for instance.  "It's going to be a struggle, but it's worth it, it's definitely worth it," ...
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Mystinen jännityssarja Prisoner käynnistyy Maikkarilla - Mesta.net
Google News - over 5 years
Numero 554 (Jessica Haines) tuntuu tietävän enemmän kuin kertoo, mutta hän on hyvästä syystä peloissaan... Sarjan on ohjannut Neljät häät ja hautajaiset -elokuvan ohjaaja Nick Hurran ja vastaavina tuottajina ovat mm. Hercule Poirot, Sydän paikallaan ja
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Fortson gets two wins in tennis tournament - Anchorage Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Womens Open -- Trena Rairdon and Leah Fortson D. Mallory Cox and Jessica Haines, 6-4, 2-6, 7-6. Womens B -- Carolyn Bagley and Stephanie Sloth D. Leah Fortson and Emma Westwick, 6-1, 6-4. Mixed Open -- Mallory Cox and Aaron Haines D. Paul Hemry and
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Cox advances to two tennis doubles finals - Anchorage Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Cox and Jessica Haines beat Shana Cange and Leilah Hemmen, 6-2, 6-2, in the women's open. Quarterfinals -- Ed Hendrickson-Jack Lewis d. Bill Cotton-Hunter Lottsfeldt 6-1, 6-1; Mark Standley-Paul Wilcox d. Garry Randall-John Hendrickson 7-6, 7-6;
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TV Review: OUTCASTS – Series 1 – “Episode One” - Assignment X
Google News - over 5 years
A splinter group led by gun-happy Mitchell Hoban (Jamie Bamber) is planning to abandon Forthaven and go it alone, his wife Karina (Jessica Haines) suffers a devastating attack that leaves her comatose, and President Richard Tate (Liam Cunningham) makes
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FILMUL EVZ: Dezonoare - Evenimentul Zilei
Google News - over 5 years
Căzut în dizgraţie, pleacă la o fermă în pustietatea deşertului, acolo unde Lucy (Jessica Haines), fiica sa, duce o viaţă rustică. Totuşi, nici David şi nici Lucy nu scapă de realităţile societăţii contemporane. Atunci când cad victimele unui atac
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'DISGRACE'; In South Africa, Harsh Losses of Privilege
NYTimes - over 7 years
Midway in ''Disgrace,'' a faithful, compelling screen adaptation of J. M. Coetzee's Booker Prize-winning 1999 novel, its protagonist, David Lurie (John Malkovich), a haughty South African professor of romantic poetry, muses loftily about instinct and desire. ''No animal will accept the justice of being punished for following its instincts,'' he
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NEW SEASON | MOVIES; Love Happens, Apocalpyse And Yuks, Too
NYTimes - over 7 years
All dates are subject to change. SEPTEMBER Wednesday BRIGHT STARJane Campion (''The Piano'') directs her first feature in six years -- a period tale about the mad love affair between the poet John Keats (Ben Whishaw) and the fashionable social butterfly Fanny Brawne (Abbie Cornish). With Paul Schneider and Kerry Fox. THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN
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Tough Terrain To Document: South Africa
NYTimes - over 7 years
''DISGRACE,'' Steve Jacobs's feature adaptation of J. M. Coetzee's best-selling 1999 novel, arrives with all the boons and burdens of its controversial prizewinning source. Ten years after being published, the potent, compact tale of postapartheid South Africa has become a minor contemporary classic, a status further confirmed when Mr. Coetzee won
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jessica Haines
    TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 29
    She is best known for the 2008 film Disgrace in which she acts alongside John Malkovich.
    More Details Hide Details She frequently works in Johannesburg and currently lives in Kenya. Jessica Haines was born in 1978 in Umtata in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
  • 2001
    Age 22
    She channeled her love of the stage, the following year, by auditioning for a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Performance at U.C.T and qualified at the end of 2001.
    More Details Hide Details Jessica's professional career started in 2002. She is married to Richard Ancrum Walker. After living in North Africa, Tunisia, for two years they are now based in Kenya.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1993
    Age 14
    She won an arts scholarship in 1993 to carry on her studies at Epworth and In 1997 she was the first girl at Epworth to win her cultural honours blazer. "It was an incredible school and really nurtured and encouraged my love of theatre and the stage," she said.
    More Details Hide Details In 1998 she left Natal to complete a degree at the University of Cape Town where she first studied English Literature, Drama and Social Anthropology.
  • 1990
    Age 11
    She went to boarding school at Epworth in Kwa-Zulu Natal in 1990.
    More Details Hide Details From a young age she had a love of the stage and did classical ballet and contemporary dance. She featured in a range of school arts programmes and participated as lead roles in musicals such as Brigadoon, Oaklahoma and Fame.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1978
    Born
    Born in 1978.
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