Julie Payne
American film, TV, and stage actress
Julie Payne
Julie K. Payne is an American television, film and stage actress who, in a career lasting over four decades, has specialized primarily in comedy roles as well as voice acting. She was a cast member in three short-lived network sitcoms during 1983–86, and appeared in about twenty feature films and over a hundred episodes of TV series as well as providing voices for scores of TV animated shows.
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Nigerian finance minister says to focus on cutting cost of government
Yahoo News - over 1 year
By Julia Payne ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria will focus on cutting the cost of running the government rather than on slashing jobs next year, and will present its 2016 budget proposals by the end of the year, the new finance minister told Reuters on Monday. Widespread corruption and mismanagement have stunted development in Africa's biggest economy and left it with paltry savings, dangerously pot-holed highways and constant power outages after a period of record high oil prices. Kemi Adeosun, the new minister appointed at the start of November, has launched an Efficiency Unit based on a UK model aimed at pinpointing spending excesses and imposing guidelines in an effort to cut the vast amount of waste.
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Boko Haram members attack village in Nigeria's Adamawa state
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
YOLA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked the village of Kojiti in Nigeria's northeastern Adamawa state on Thursday evening, killing seven people, two residents said. It was the first reported attack in the state since the army cleared the Islamist jihadi group out of the Madagali local government in late February. Musa John, a resident, said the insurgents opened fire on the main road when residents were about to go to bed. (Reporting By Emma Ande; Writing by Julia Payne; Editing by Toni Reinhold)
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Nigeria's 'disgrace' that neighbors must take on Boko Haram: Buhari
Yahoo News - about 2 years
By Julia Payne ABUJA (Reuters) - It is a "disgrace" for Nigeria that its neighbors have been more successful in battle against its Boko Haram insurgency than its own army, opposition presidential candidate Muhammdu Buhari said in an interview a week before the election. Troops from neighboring Chad, Niger and Cameroon, all much smaller and poorer than Nigeria, have been battling the Islamist militants who have seized territory in northeastern Nigeria in a five-year insurgency. It is now Cameroon and Chad fighting the insurgency more than Nigeria. We will build the capacity and Nigeria should be able to secure its territorial integrity," Buhari told Reuters.
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Libya resumes oil exports from Mellitah as protests end
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Lin Noueihed and Julia Payne LONDON (Reuters) - Oil exports from Libya's western Mellitah port have resumed after protests ended, allowing a large oilfield to ramp up production and providing some respite from a crisis that has crippled its economy. Most of Libya's oil facilities have been closed since the end of July as disparate groups demanding political rights and benefits have put pressure on the government, helping support the price of crude oil on global markets. In the latest bout of unrest, members of the Amazigh minority, also known as Berbers, seized the Mellitah complex, operated by Italy's Eni and state-owned National Oil Corp. (NOC), and halted gas and oil exports. A spokesman for NOC said on Tuesday the protesters had left Mellitah three days ago and that loadings had resumed but that there was no breakthrough at other facilities.
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Libyan strikes shut oil terminals again, hit new fields
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Feras Bosalum and Julia Payne TRIPOLI/LONDON (Reuters) - Striking security guards reimposed a two-week-old shutdown at Libya's two biggest crude export terminals on Monday, hours after they had reopened, and more oilfields closed in a wave of protest that is propping up world oil prices. The outages at ports and fields, caused by striking employees and jobless people demanding work, have brought the worst disruption to the North African OPEC member's oil industry since the civil war in 2011. ...
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Libya's worst oil unrest since civil war stores up future trouble
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Julia Payne LONDON (Reuters) - Unrest that has already slashed Libya's oil output to the lowest levels since the 2011 civil war and more than halved its exports is now spreading, with serious implications for its economy, foreign companies and consumers of crude. In the latest development, field workers at its Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), with complaints over management, said late on Wednesday they would cut output by 10,000 barrels per day (bpd) every day their demands are not met. ...
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No quick fix in sight for Egypt's energy chaos
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Julia Payne and Oleg Vukmanovic LONDON (Reuters) - None of the new ministers to be appointed by Egypt's military-backed leaders faces an easy task, but perhaps special sympathy should be reserved for the brave soul who takes on the energy ministry. Long lines at fuel stations and power cuts were among the main grievances of protesters who prompted the army to overthrow the elected president last week. The lines have since shortened a little but are still there, and few will easily give up on the 1.85 Egyptian pounds ($0. ...
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Brent rises over $106 on Egypt, U.S. data
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Julia Payne LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude oil rose over $106 a barrel on Friday after Egypt's army said it was on high alert after an attack in Sinai, pushing the price to its biggest weekly gain since last June. Egyptian troops were "on alert" in the Sinai Peninsula, a military spokesman said on Friday, but he denied a report by the state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper that a state of emergency had been declared in Suez and South Sinai provinces. So far, ports and shipping through the Suez Canal have been operating normally, two shipping sources and a canal official said. ...
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Oil falls $2 a barrel on Europe, China concerns
Yahoo News - almost 5 years
LONDON (Reuters) - Brent oil futures fell $2.00 to $97.93 a barrel at 0722 GMT on Friday on renewed worries over Spain's banking crisis and the prospects for slower economic growth in Germany and China. . Cheers over China's decision to cut interest rates faded on Friday as investors and economists speculated that the move signaled the impending release of grim economic data. The central bank's cut, the first since the global financial crisis in late 2008, raised concerns the economy may be weaker than previously thought. (Reporting by Julia Payne)
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Med Crude-Urals weaken in south on ample supply
Reuters.com - almost 5 years
By Julia Payne LONDON, April 12 (Reuters) - Spot differentials on Urals, Russia's main export grade, fell in the Mediterranean on Thursday as weakness in the oversupplied Northwest Europe...
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Obituary for Patricia Ann von Kadich
Baoadneck Patch - almost 5 years
Patricia Ann von Kadich, a 27-year resident of Arnold, MD, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, March 31. Born April 24, 1932 in Washington D.C. to Mary Rosalie and James Paul. Devoted wife of 43 years to John von Kadich. She is also survived by her children, Bruce (Janet) Geesling of Stafford, VA, Sue (Kevin) Olsen of Waterford, VA, Rhonda Chambers of Folsum, CA, Steve Geesling of Mesa, AZ, Julie Payne of Freeland, MD, John (Amy) von Kadich of Belmont, NH.; siblings, Jim (Dottie) Paul of Apple Valley, CA, Mary (Joel) Smith of Sterling, VA, Mike (Margie) Paul of Harrisonburg, VA, and Donna Kumar of Sterling, VA. She is also survived by her 15 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Patricia worked in personnel management for the Federal Government and as an admissions specialist for Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was an artist and enjoyed painting, ceramics, bowling, gardening. She also loved being with her loving family and loved her cats. Friends will be rec ...
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Working a global partnership to assist journalists in distress - CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
One of the most rewarding parts of my job at Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) for the last eight years has been my work on our Journalists in Distress program. Through this program I have had quick
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Hail Mary! It's the Willcox Quarterback Club - Willcox Range News
Google News - over 5 years
Julie Payne, who puts together and sells sponsorships for the football programs, added, "If you don't have money (to donate to buy footprints, signs, join the golf tournament, etc.), we always need people to donate their time
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Clowning around the Blackdown Beauty - Midweek Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Julie Payne took the prize for 3rd lady and also formed part of the winning Honiton ladies' team. Helen Davy and Olivia Higginson were the other members to count. Helen injured her ankle during the race and will have to take some time off running but
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Heart disease charity reveals fatality 'hotspots' in capital - Evening Standard
Google News - over 5 years
Julie Payne, the charity's chief executive, said: "No matter where they live, people can reduce their risk of having a heart attack or stroke through being aware of cardiovascular disease risk factors and making simple changes to improve their heart
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Testing 'Black Death' run - Midweek Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
... 25th Bruce Strawbridge 42:41, 31st Vernon Gillard 43:27, 32nd Ceri Oak 43:27, 36th Tom Bornet 43:50, 38th Roger Saunders 44:12, 40th Richard Harris 44:19, 45th Julie Payne 44:53, 48th Helen Davy 45:11, 54th Fiona Prew 46:11, 65th Brent Dicks 46:56,
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Gaffney's goal: To continue to play ball - Tbo.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Back row (left to right): NCT Head Coach April Pelham, Shark assistant coach Julie Payne, former NCT skipper Mettina Couet and St. John's River Head Coach Katie Brosky. By TONY CASTRO SPORTS EDITOR WEB GEM - Though Nature Coast lost to Springstead,
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Journalist With Canadian Citizenship Being Held in Syria - The Epoch Times
Google News - almost 6 years
“The government is obviously intent on silencing and stopping the protests and then also keeping as little information from reaching the outside world as possible,” says CJFE manager Julie Payne. “For foreign journalists, that means that they've been
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SIUC, community colleges focus on student success - Carmi Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Julie Payne-Kirchmeier, assistant provost for University College and director of University Housing, said the retreat symbolized "the positive partnerships that have been formed between the Southern Illinois community colleges and SIUC
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Julie Payne
    FIFTIES
  • 2000
    Age 53
    Approaching the fourth decade of her career, she was seen, between 2000 and 2005, in the recurring character of Larry David's acerbic mother-in-law on his long-running HBO satirical comedy series, Curb Your Enthusiasm.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 39
    Similarly, CBS' 1986 sitcom, Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, the Steve Martin-created showcase for Harvey Korman and Valerie Perrine, provided her with a showy part as ditzy/nutty maid, Lucille, but it, too, was canceled after running for a few episodes, from April 25 to June 6.
    More Details Hide Details Starting in mid-1980s, television voice work began to occupy a significant amount of Julie Payne's time. She was heard in the animated segments of The Tracey Ullman Show and provided various voices, primarily those of "Dr. Liz Wilson" and "Lanolin" in a series of specials starring the animated feline, Garfield, as well as in the later series, Garfield and Friends. She is also playing the voice of Liz in the new series, "The Garfield Show".
  • 1984
    Age 37
    In 1984, she was Aggie, the mean, nasty business manager who longed to be in charge of The Duck Factory, NBC's Jim Carrey vehicle, which, again, lasted a mere few weeks, from April 12 to July 11.
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  • 1983
    Age 36
    In CBS' hour-long 1983 humorous fantasy, Wizards and Warriors, she played good queen Lattinia, one of many characters in a large ensemble cast, but the special-effects-laden expensive series was a Saturday-night ratings failure, lasting only from February 26 to May 14.
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    In succeeding years, Julie Payne continued to write, act and accept an ever-increasing number of voice assignments. Between February 1983 and June 1986, she was a regular in three network series, but each lasted less than three months.
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  • 1977
    Age 30
    Ten years later, in 1977, she married Academy Award-winning screenwriter (for 1974's Chinatown) Robert Towne, and they became the parents of future actress Katharine Towne (born 1978).
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 29
    In 1976, two years after leaving The Committee, she and another former member of the group, Ruth Silveira, wrote and starred in People Pie, their two-woman satirical revue which they premiered in Los Angeles and took on the road, including to Eugene, its initial stop, and her first visit to the city since leaving it in 1964.
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  • 1967
    Age 20
    Leaving without a degree, she traveled to Europe, where she hitchhiked through various locations and, upon returning to San Francisco during the 1967 Haight-Ashbury "Summer of Love", became a member of the improvisational comedy/satire group, The Committee, remaining with it, on and off, until 1974.
    More Details Hide Details During her years with The Committee, she began appearing in films (her on-screen debut occurred as part of the group's performance at the September 1969 Big Sur Folk Festival, held a month after Woodstock, and is included in the 1971 concert film, Celebration at Big Sur). At the start of the 1970s, she was seen in bit parts, without the group, in The Strawberry Statement and The Candidate, as well as on television (The Flip Wilson Show, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, The Midnight Special, The Streets of San Francisco and others).
  • TEENAGE
  • 1964
    Age 17
    Graduating in 1964, she moved to California, where she attended Santa Clara University, majoring in drama, and San Francisco State University, majoring in French.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on September 11, 1946.
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