Kate McNeil
American actor
Kate McNeil
Kate McNeil is an American television actress. She began her acting career on the soap opera As the World Turns in 1981. In 1982, she appeared in the low-budget comedy Beach House, billed as Kathy McNeil. The following year, she starred in the slasher film The House on Sorority Row where she was billed as Kathryn McNeil. 1985 saw Kate McNeil appearing in the miniseries Kane & Abel and in 1986 she was featured in another minieries, North and South Book II.
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Prize-winning Boxster the bull returns to his field after 17-month legal ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Mr and Mrs Jackson's daughter, Kate McNeil, said it marked the end of a long fight which for a long time they never thought they would win. 'I've only just stopped crying,' she said. 'It doesn't seem real. We have had fantastic support from so many
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Tears of joy as prize bull free at last after TB blunder - Yorkshire Post
Google News - over 5 years
Kate McNeil, from Little Grove Farm with Hallmark Boxter the British Blond bull freed after 18 months in isolation in a faulty TB scare. Picture: Gary Longbottom. By Mark Casci Agricultural Correspondent It was the day that none of the Jackson family
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Boxy the bull saved as vets admit error in TB claim - Yorkshire Post
Google News - over 5 years
His married daughter, Kate McNeil, who organises education in the health service, was Boxster's main showring companion and played a big part in the fight to save him. Her brother, Paul, works on the farm with her father. Mr Jackson did have some TB in
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Bull TB test relief - Selby Times
Google News - over 5 years
Kate McNeil with Hallmark Boxster a British Blonde bull on 'death row' due to TB at her father's farm in Stubbs Walden nr Doncaster. Picture: Chris Lawton CHAMPION bull Hallmark Boxster has taken a giant step towards a return to normal life by passing
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Champion bull sails through test for bovine TB - Yorkshire Post (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Mr and Mrs Jackson's married daughter, Kate McNeil, said last night: “Obviously we are over the moon that he has passed his skin test on the severest interpretation. “Normally, a second good skin-test result would be enough to clear an animal
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Undefeated South Shore girls soccer team reloading for next year - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
... from left), Shannon LeVangie, Phoebe Murphy (Hingham), Katie Pyne and Emma Hynes (Scituate), (Bottom row, from left) Taylor Aymar (Hingham), Jessica Parnell (Hingham), Madison Reardon and Kate McNeil stand in a group after winning the Massachusetts
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Hallmark Boxster faces final TB test - Farmers Guardian
Google News - almost 6 years
But the ordeal of the last 13 months is not quite over for his owners, Ken and Anita Jackson, and their daughter, Kate McNeil, as they are now waiting for Boxster to be retested to establish his true bTB status. If he tests positive he will be
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Reprieved bull faces final test - Yorkshire Post (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
Champion Yorkshire bull Hallmark Boxster and owner Kate McNeil have one last obstacle to overcome. Picture: Steve Riding. THE owners of champion Yorkshire bull Hallmark Boxster have finally won their legal battle with Government vets – but now face
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Farmer ordered to keep champion bull in isolation - Farmers Guardian
Google News - almost 6 years
Mr Jackson's daughter, Kate McNeil said: “Even though the judge said Boxster should now be treated like an animal which has never had a test, we have received a letter from Defra saying we must keep him in isolation, until they decide what they are
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FILM REVIEW; He's Homeless and Hears Voices, but He's Still a Hero
NYTimes - almost 16 years
''The Caveman's Valentine'' is a mystery with a twist. Its hero is the unhinged homeless Romulus (Samuel L. Jackson), a paranoid schizophrenic. He is thrust into trying to figure out what has happened to a missing friend who turns out to have been murdered, and he can't get anyone to believe the evidence he has found. That includes his daughter,
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TV WEEKEND; It Seemed Like a Perfect Match, at First
NYTimes - over 16 years
If nothing else, the television movie ''One Kill'' offers the most unusual language of love. ''The day I enlisted my life fell into place,'' whispers a Marine captain, an attractive blond woman, as she kisses a male superior officer. As the captain becomes more aroused, she moans, ''I had something to aim for. Duty, honor weren't words, but
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A Reunion for the Waltons
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Put a hold on getting that V-chip. The Waltons are back, and that means wholesome family entertainment is with us again, however briefly. No need to worry about the children watching ''A Walton Easter'' on CBS on Sunday: up against these sweet vibrations, the chocolate Easter bunny doesn't stand a chance. This is the latest reunion for the Walton
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Critic's Notebook; In Defense of the Made-for-TV Star
NYTimes - over 24 years
Certain actors are made for television, their special but less-than-superstar talents perfectly suited to the small screen. New series come and go, but some faces stick around forever. Two can be spotted on a couple of the better new summer entries on CBS. At 9 P.M. on Wednesdays, Lee Majors co-stars with Jeffrey Meek in "Raven." At 10 on Thursday
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Review/Television; 'WIOU' Lashes Out At Its Own Medium, But With a Soft Touch
NYTimes - over 26 years
In the new CBS series "WIOU" (Wednesdays at 10), Liz McVay, the executive producer for news at a dumpy television station, has this to say about her product: "Television news is like sausage. People who love it shouldn't see it being made." Not so incidentally, Liz is played by Mariette Hartley, herself one of the many anchors felled over past
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Review/Film; Identity Crisis: My Monkey, My Self
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: George A. Romero's ''Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear'' has more coincidences than a Sidney Sheldon mini-series, more cliches than a Jackie Collins potboiler, and one thing they don't have - Ella, the killer monkey. A cute little organ-grinder's monkey, Ella dusts furniture, does windows, and has been injected with an experimental serum
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'VITAL SIGNS,' ON CBS
NYTimes - about 31 years
ONE in 10 doctors will become impaired by alcohol or drugs at some time during his career. That is the statistic, source undisclosed, providing the underpinnings for ''Vital Signs,'' tonight's television movie on CBS at 9 o'clock. Edward Asner is Matthew, a hard-driving surgeon who refuses to recognize that he is an alcoholic. Gary Cole is David, a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kate McNeil
    TWENTIES
  • 1988
    Age 28
    She co-starred in director George A. Romero's horror film Monkey Shines in 1988.
    More Details Hide Details In the 1990s, Kate McNeil appeared as Janet Gilchrist in the final three Waltons TV movies. In the early 1990s, Kate McNeil was a cast member of two television shows, WIOU and Bodies of Evidence. Kate McNeil has also made numerous television guest appearances. She has appeared on Amazing Stories, Simon & Simon, Designing Women, Midnight Caller, Quantum Leap, Murder, She Wrote, Babylon 5, Diagnosis Murder and many others. Kate McNeil attended Harriton High School in Rosemont, Pennsylvania. She earned a Master in Special Education at Cal State Northridge.
  • 1985
    Age 25
    The following year, she starred in the slasher film The House on Sorority Row where she was billed as Kathryn McNeil. 1985 saw Kate McNeil appearing in the miniseries Kane & Abel and in 1986 she was featured in another minieries, North and South Book II.
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  • 1982
    Age 22
    In 1982, she appeared in the low-budget comedy Beach House, billed as Kathy McNeil.
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  • 1981
    Age 21
    She began her acting career on the soap opera As the World Turns in 1981.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on August 17, 1959.
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