John Clark
British actor
John Clark
Ivan John Clark is an English actor, director, producer, and writer with British, American and Canadian citizenship. He is also known as the ex-husband of actress Lynn Redgrave, to whom he was married for 33 years.
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Friends to the very end, John Clark remembers colorful Craig Sager
Chicago Times - 2 months
Overcast skies set the tone Friday in Batavia, making the dominant color a drab, dull gray. That was a shame. The day was crying for a splash of spring as the sports world mourned Batavia's most colorful son, broadcaster Craig Sager. Known for the varied hues in his eye-popping wardrobe as America's...
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Mpls. Children's Theatre faces new suits alleging '70s sex abuse
NPR - about 1 year
Two lawsuits argue that theater leaders should have known former artistic director John Clark Donahue was a danger to children even as they allowed him to work closely with teens.
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Public Record
Hometown Source - almost 2 years
The following non-confidential traffic and criminal cases were  compiled from reports released from the court administrator’s office April 23 to April 30, 2015. Ages are given at time of offense. DEPT. NATURAL RESOURCES Mark David Colsch, 56, New Albin, Iowa, take fish w/o angling license, fined $175. MINN. STATE PATROL Shane Michael Carlson, 21, Winona, Minn., speeding, fined $135. Leonard William Wieser, 47, Houston, Minn., speeding, fined $115. HOUSTON COUNTY SHERIFF Scott Whitney Bingham, 57, Spring Grove, Minn., speeding, fined $115. Jeremy Lee Bobo, 36, Winona, Minn., theft, fined $75, $1,058.51 restitution, prison 21 mo. Brianna Nicole Carolus, 21, Waukon, Iowa, speeding, fined $215. Michael John Clark, 53, Eitzen, Minn., disorderly conduct, fined $375, $150 stayed for 1 yr, jail 90 days stayed for 1 yr, 1 yr probation. Thea Marie Clark, 49, Chittenden, Vt., DWI, fined $1,100, $700 stayed for 1 yr, jail 90 days stayed for 1 yr, 1 yr probation. Jesse Lee D ...
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'Top Chef' Finalist Brings Korean Bar Food To Evanston
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A Top Chef finalist will be cooking Korean bar foods like pork belly pancakes and bi bim bop at Evanston’s new pop-up restaurant this August. Beverly Kim and her husband and co-chef, John Clark, will be presenting a concept called “The Hof” on Monday, Aug. 26, at Company, 1307 Chicago Ave. Kim was a finalist on season nine of Top Chef, according to a press release. Founded by Eric Singer of Lucky Platter and Craig Golden of Union Pizzeria and S.P.A.C.E., Company hosts a rotating series of dinners from established chefs and beginners alike at the 500-square-foot, 18-seat space.
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Clark Gable's Son Plows Into Cars, Gets Arrested for DUI ( - almost 4 years Clark Gable's Son Plows Into Cars, Gets Arrested for DUI  —  John Clark Gable, the 52-year-old son of Hollywood legend Clark Gable, was arrested for investigation of drunken driving after allegedly plowing his truck into several parked cars.  —  His Ford Raptor collided with another vehicle …
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Davos prescriptions for the U.S. economy - about 4 years
DAVOS, Switzerland – Get ready for a new elite consensus on the U.S. budget deficit. One of the functions of the World Economic Forum – decide for yourself whether this is a virtue or a vice – is to give the plutocrats a venue for figuring out their party line. Think of it as crowdsourcing for the 0.1 percent. For a long time, the conventional wisdom among this crew has been that the deficit and the debt were the United States’ chief economic problems. That’s why I wasn’t surprised when Martin Sorrell, the head of the global communications giant WPP, referred to the deficit as the country’s most important economic issue at a breakfast discussion he moderated at the forum this week. The conversation was off the record, but when I asked Sorrell if I could quote his comment, he happily doubled down: Not only was the deficit the United States’ most important economic woe, it was the most important economic issue in the entire world. “This is the world’s gray swan,” Sorrell told me, in ...
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This Week's Mercury Music Section
The Portland Mercury - over 4 years
John Clark Another week, another Mercury music section to console yourself with as you learn that there is a new Rolling Stones song out there in the world. Stay calm, this has happened many, many times before. Everything will be all right. • • • Corin Tucker Band's second, super album Kill My Blues could be termed "mom rock"—in the sense that it was made by moms who rock. (Your mom probably won't like it, and that's a good thing.) LISTEN: Corin Tucker Band - Neskowin • • • Alexis Gideon made an album that's also an opera that's also a stop-motion animation film that's also an interpolation of a work of literature that's also a dreamy, crazy, beautiful, weird, indescribable experience. What's really incredible is that this is not the first time Gideon's done this. Go by Street by Alexis Gideon • • • Rodriguez's long, slow rise to fame is one of the the greatest rock 'n' roll stories of all time. And it had nothing to do with airplay, press, hit singles ...
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Leeds nostalgia: Fifty years since the city screamed to the sounds of The Beatles
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
Fifty years ago today, (Sept 29) one of the biggest singles of all time was released and just over a year later the band behind Love Me Do, The Beatles came to Leeds. It was the first of several visits to the city, each of which gave countless teenage fans (mostly girls) the chance to scream their hearts out. The fab four first performed at the Queen’s Hall in 1963, on the same bill as Acker Bilk. They came again on June 5, 1963 and on that occasion, dozens of police were employed for crowd control. In addition to throwing assorted items of underwear on stage, the mainly female crowd pelted the mop-tops with pounds of Jelly Babies, because Ringo Starr had recently expressed a liking for them. Former policeman Alex Jones, who was on duty that night, recalled John Lennon was hit on the head by a cigarette lighter, which caused him to utter a swear word. Although the group weren’t due to perform until 6pm, by 4pm a large crowd had gathered outside and whenever any of the band so muc ...
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Man Saves Drowning Child, Gets Stuck With Huge Medical Bill
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Maybe good deeds do go unpunished -- it just takes the help of a local TV report. Last month, 17-year-old Vancouver, Washington, resident John Clark heard the screams of a 12-year-old boy drowning off the Oregon coast, KOIN 6 reports. Rather than let the boy drown, Clark -- just days after receiving his lifeguard certification -- swam out and saved the his life. Clark was then promptly repaid for his bravery with a $2,600 medical bill, $1,907 originating solely from a 15-mile ambulance ride to the local hospital after he reported having a headache. John's parents are just two of the nearly 800,000 Washingtonians who are uninsured. Some 81 percent of people without insurance report to holding off getting proper medical treatment for fear of costs, a fear justified by John Clark's experience. Luckily for Clark, scores of people from across the country reportedly called the local station after seeing his story and offered to give some financial assistance. Clark isn ...
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Cops & Courts - 07-11-2012
My Eagle News - over 4 years
Arrests and citations in the Blue Mountain Eagle are taken from the logs of area law-enforcement agencies. Every effort is made to report the court disposition of all arrests listed. Justice Court CANYON CITY – The Grant County Justice Court reported the following fines and judgments: • Violation of the basic rule: Jason M. Webster, 35, Spokane, Wash., 73/55 zone, fined $160. • Removing material from a bed or bank: Jerry Leroy Frum, 66, Pasco, Wash., fined $92; Timothy J. Barker, 60, La Grande, fined $92; John Clark, 30, Dayville, fined $92. Circuit Court CANYON CITY – The Grant County Circuit Court reported the following fines and judgments: • James Steven Grey, 53, pleaded guilty to one count of driving under the influence of intoxicants. He was sentenced to jail for 40 days, supervised probation for 24 months, 100 hours of community service, and fined $2,000. His driver’s license was revoked for life. Oregon State Police • At 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 26, Or ...
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Confirmed: No Fireworks in Orting, Puyallup this Fourth of July
Bonney Lake-Sumner Patch - over 4 years
It's sad news for fireworks fans -- neighboring towns Orting and Puyallup will not host fireworks shows this year. After some readers expressed doubt about the Pierce County fireworks show list, Patch called the cities of Orting and Puyallup and administrators confirmed that neither town will host a public event this year. Puyallup's Foursquare Church is still hosting CityBlast, a 5K/10K event sponsored by the YMCA, but sans-fireworks. Visit their website for more information. If you own a boat, head out on Lake Tapps this Fourth to enjoy the Tapps Island Association annual fireworks show. Non-members are not allowed on the island but residents can enjoy the show from vantage points on the lake, including Driftwood Point Park and North County Park. Tapps Island is sure to light up the skies this year -- Patch spoke with Tapps Island Association general manager John Clark, who said this year's event is bigger than ever with lots of community support and donations. For a c ...
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Family Fun this Weekend in Montgomery County
Coleville Patch - over 4 years
Olde Town Market Where/When:  City Hall, 31 South Summit Avenue, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Why to go:  This market features food, artist and crafters, local businesses, flea market items and more! Pricing: FREE  Montgomery County Heritage Days When/Where:  June 23 & 24, 2012, Heritage Days are being celebrated at multiple times and in 33 locations. Why to Go: Each year, on the last weekend of June, Heritage Montgomery hosts its signature event – the annual Heritage Days Celebration.  This two-day, free-of-charge, county-wide festival offers visitors an opportunity to sample numerous sites representing the history, culture, and natural beauty of Montgomery County. Pricing: FREE HERITAGE DAYS LOCATIONS/DETAILS: 1. Glen Echo Park  Saturday and Sunday 7300 MacArthur Boulevard, Glen Echo     (301-634-2222) A special musical performance on Saturday by the 229th Army Brass Quintet. Enjoy a patriotic military concert in the Spa ...
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John Clark, newly appointed Malden CFO, resigns
Boston Globe - over 4 years
John Clark, the newly appointed Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Malden, has declined the position, citing family considerations, the city has said.
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Police Shoot Dog in Animal Attack on Fornance & Juniper Streets
Norristown Patch - almost 5 years
According to reports from the Norrisotwn Police Department, officers were called to the area of Fornance and Juniper streets on Wednesday, May 9, shortly after 2:30 p.m. for a report of an aggressive dog attacking people in the area. Once on the scene, officers observed a large black dog jumping on blue car in an apparent attempt to get at a man and three women inside. A fourth man outside the vehicle was attempting to keep the animal at bay by kicking it. The dog eventually retreated back towards a yard later identified as the property of its owner. As the dog retreated, it caught site of a responding officer and advanced in his direction in an aggresive manner. The officer drew his service weapon, aimed at the animal and gave a loud verbal command to the dog's owner, later identified as 48-year-old John Clark Daywalt, of the 1300 block of Markley Street, to control his animal. Police say Daywalt identified himself as the owner and told officers to "go ahead and shoot it." The d ...
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MoD - East Midlands Universities Air Squadron exercises Freedom of Nottingham
De Havilland - almost 5 years
On Saturday 5 May, East Midlands Universities Air Squadron (EMUAS) exercised the Freedom of Nottingham by parading through the city centre 'with bayonets fixed and flags flying'. The freedom was awarded to the squadron in June last year, and this was the first time its members had exercised the right. 30 students from EMUAS, under the command of Acting Pilot Officer (APO) Helen Richardson, were joined by 73 Engineer Regiment (Volunteers) and the Nottinghamshire Band of the Royal Engineers (Volunteers) on the march through the city and paraded in front of the Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire Sir Andrew Buchanan and the Duke of Westminster, Major General Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor. APO Helen Richardson joined EMUAS in 2008 and is a mechanical engineering student in her last year at Loughborough University. She was joined on parade by four Flight Commanders - APO Josh Head, who is studying maths at Nottingham Unive ...
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SpaceX chief wants to be spaceflier
MSNBC- Cosmic Log - almost 5 years
SpaceX founder Elon Musk links the aims of his various companies together and explains why he'd rather be engineering than lobbying in Washington. By Alan Boyle Follow @b0yle The billionaire founder of the SpaceX rocket venture, Elon Musk, says that within five years he wants to make orbital space trips available to regular passengers — including himself. And if he sticks to his timeline, Musk just might go beyond Earth orbit before NASA's Orion spaceships do. "Am hoping to travel to orbit in about 5 years, beyond in 7 to 10," he wrote during a Twitter chat organized by The Associated Press. Later, he said it would be "5 years max before we fly civilians." That suggests that Musk is aiming to take an orbital trip in 2017 or so, along with paying passengers, and follow that up with more ambitious journey beyond Earth orbit in the 2019-2022 time frame. In comparison, NASA's current schedule calls for astronauts to launch aboard its Orion multipurpose crew vehicle, the f ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Clark
  • 2007
    Age 74
    Clark is also a writer and teacher and the author of several works. In 2007 he published Playing with Shakespeare published by Phoenix Education, a book which explores the works and devices of Shakespeare.
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  • 2006
    Age 73
    On 13 December 2006, Clark suffered a heart attack.
    More Details Hide Details After angioplasty surgery, he received the implant of a pacemaker.
  • 2005
    Age 72
    In 2005, he appeared in the film Charlie's Death Wish.
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  • 2002
    Age 69
    Clark met his third wife, Miyuki Tsunoda, via an online dating service and they married in 2002.
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  • 1999
    Age 66
    Redgrave filed for divorce in 1999 after Clark revealed to Redgrave that he had fathered a child, Zachary, in 1991 with his personal assistant, Nicolette Hannah, whom later married (and subsequently divorced), their son Benjamin.
    More Details Hide Details The divorce proceedings were front page news for months. Clark defended himself in Family Court proceedings before family court Judge Arnold Gold, and contested the tabloid's version of events and wrote about his views on court proceedings at his website. Redgrave's one-woman play Nightingale (2009), which explored the life of her maternal grandmother, also included reflections about her marriage to Clark. Redgrave died on 2 May 2010. A week later, Clark collapsed with chest pain outside the church when refused entry to Redgrave's Kent, Connecticut funeral and was admitted to a hospital. The next day, Clark met his family members at the church and reconciled with them.
  • 1989
    Age 56
    In 1989-90, Clark appeared with Redgrave in Love Letters, which showed from October 1989 to January 1990 at the Edison Theatre on Broadway.
    More Details Hide Details Jason Robards and Colleen Dewhurst had originally appeared for the first 6 days of production. It was nominated for the 1990 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Clark's last co-venture with Redgrave was as the producer and director of her one-woman play Shakespeare for My Father which played at the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway (1993–94) and then the Haymarket Theatre in London, followed by a tour of Australia and Canada. The play received significant critical acclaim for Redgrave. New York Magazine described Shakespeare for my Father as "a one-woman show by Lynn Redgrave in which she reminisces about life with her father, Sir Michael Redgrave, with full scenes from Shakespeare's works", and stated that Redgrave's "sense of humor makes it a pleasure and privilege to watch". Patti Hartigan of The Boston Globe described the play as a "triumph", and Lloyd Rose of The Washington Post said of Redgrave's performance in Clark's production, "Particularly when she is not speaking, her face can seem to hold an impossible number of emotions simultaneously, yet such fullness of feeling is mysteriously unreadable. At such moments you glance up to Sir Michael's picture, which dominates the stage, and find the same."
  • 1987
    Age 54
    In 1987 he featured in Blood Frenzy, and in 1989, Clark portrayed a 10th-century King in the fantasy comedy film The Lords of Magick.
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  • 1985
    Age 52
    In 1985, Clark had a minor role as a doctor in Richard Marquand's Jagged Edge, co-starring Glenn Close, Peter Coyote, and Jeff Bridges.
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  • 1981
    Age 48
    He also directed a 1981 episode of the CBS television series House Calls, in which Redgrave starred alongside Wayne Rogers.
    More Details Hide Details With her lawsuit over the series, Clark became her manager. He later stated that he believed that Lynn was the best actor in the Redgrave family because she had an honesty and purity about her acting and put her full effort into the characters she played.
  • 1968
    Age 35
    In 1968, Clark appeared in the BBC Play of the Month on television, Cyrano de Bergerac, opposite Eric Porter who played the leading role.
    More Details Hide Details Clark produced and directed stage shows for Redgrave throughout the 1970s, including A Better Place at Dublin's Gate Theatre (1973) The Two of Us (1975), Saint Joan (1977–78, Broadway) and a tour of California Suite (1976). In George Bernard Shaw's 15th-century set Saint Joan, under Clark's directorship, Redgrave portrayed the maid of Orleans opposite Tom Aldridge, Joseph Bova, Philip Bosco, and Robert Lupone. The play was warmly received and was praised by the New York Theatre Critics. He appeared in the Broadway play Comedians (1976–77) and directed Redgrave in Thursday's Girls (1982).
  • 1967
    Age 34
    At the time, she was appearing in her first Broadway play, Black Comedy, and he was appearing as Earl of Warren opposite Stacy Keach Off-Broadway in Roy Levine's production of MacBird! which ran for 386 shows throughout 1967 and early 1968.
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    On 2 April 1967, Clark and Redgrave were married in Sidney Lumet's living room in New York City by an Ethical Culture minister.
    More Details Hide Details The event was photographed for Life Magazine by Michael Crawford.
    He divorced Hawtrey in 1967, and she returned to her native Toronto with their son, while Clark remained in New York City and studied with Lee Strasberg, according to Cindy Adams.
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  • 1966
    Age 33
    Clark met Lynn Redgrave in November 1966 during a brief visit to London when he performed in What's Wrong with Humpty Dumpty?, a television play in which she starred as a trendy antiques store owner with Clark as her very gay assistant.
    More Details Hide Details When Redgrave came to New York, a friendship developed.
    In 1966 he played a prison officer alongside Ray Milland in the Broadway production at the Music Box Theatre of Hostile Witness, under director Reginald Denham.
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  • 1963
    Age 30
    In 1963 Clark starred in The Lion in Love at One Sheridan Square.
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  • 1960
    Age 27
    He became interested in a new approach to acting when he worked with Luther Adler in Adler's touring American production of A View From the Bridge. He moved to New York City in 1960 and began a career on the American stage.
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  • 1959
    Age 26
    Clark appeared in "The Browning Version" episode of The DuPont Show of the Month/Startime in 1959-60.
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  • 1956
    Age 23
    He married Canadian actress Kay Hawtrey in 1956 and appeared on stage in the musical Salad Days, seasons of repertory in Toronto and Ottawa, and acted in television dramas.
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  • 1946
    Age 13
    Following that, he became a star as the original Just William on both stage and radio in 1946-7.
    More Details Hide Details The BBC paid him 4 Guineas a show. He was also the BBC's stock juvenile in radio plays such as Worzel Gummidge and Vice Versa. He also starred in Treasure Island with Harry Welchman at the St. James's Theatre. Prior to entering his national service, Clark made guest appearances around Britain in plays featuring teenagers. Clark served for three years in the Merchant Navy (as an alternative to national service) as an indentured apprentice on the Silver Line ships Silverwalnut and Silvertarn. After leaving the Navy he emigrated to Toronto, Canada, to resume his career. Unknown in Canada, Clark became established as the original host of a weekly TV interview show Junior Magazine on the CBC's national network.
  • 1944
    Age 11
    In 1944, Clark also had an uncredited role as an extra as the boy on the wall at the blacksmiths in the Powell and Pressburger film production, A Canterbury Tale, which starred Eric Portman and Sheila Sim.
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    In 1944, a neighbour of Clark, who happened to be a BBC producer, asked him to play schoolboy D'arcy Minor as a one off in BBC Radio's The Will Hay Programme.
    More Details Hide Details The initial appearance led to a longer role, and he later went on to the variety version at the Victoria Palace in London's West End during the V-2 scare. Just four days before VE Day, the act was performed at the Life Guards Barracks in Windsor for the last time, at a British variety show for the Royal Family at midnight, 4 May 1945.
  • 1932
    Born on November 1, 1932.
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