Keith Allen
Keith Allen
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Baltimore terminates contract with attorney accused of neo-Nazi ties
LATimes - 6 months
The city of Baltimore has terminated its contract with an attorney after learning he was accused of having neo-Nazi ties. Glen Keith Allen, 65, was a contract employee who had worked on complex litigation for the city since February. The city began investigating Allen's background after the Southern...
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Baltimore officials investigating legal contractor's possible neo-Nazi ties
LATimes - 6 months
Baltimore City officials are investigating a report that a contractual employee of the city's law department has supported neo-Nazi organizations. Attorney Glen Keith Allen has a history of supporting the Neo-Nazi National Alliance, according to an investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center...
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Man accused of murdering Greymouth toddler Leith Hutchison -
Google News - about 1 year Man accused of murdering Greymouth toddler Leith Hutchison A 30-year-old man has been been charged with the murder of West Coast toddler Leith Allen Hutchison. The man, who has name suppression, was remanded in custody without plea when he appeared in Greymouth District Court on Wednesday. Leith, who ... Man charged with toddler Leith Hutchison's murderNew Zealand Herald Man charged with murder of West Coast toddlerTVNZ Murder charge laid over toddler's deathNZCity Radio New Zealand -Voxy all 14 news articles »
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Nurses' reassurances may not help kids' stress: study
Yahoo News - about 3 years
Children who were not anxious at the start of the visit and who heard reassurances about 15 seconds into the event had a 2 in 3 chance of getting more stressed by reassurances. "For children who are very anxious, the reassurance can have even more negative effects," said Yuefang Zhou. Zhou and her colleague, Gerry Michael Humphris, both of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, conducted the study. The current study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine confirms the same relationship found in past research on more serious procedures, said Keith Allen.
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Infomercial fraudster Keith Allen Mills pleads guilty
The Business Journals - over 4 years
Keith Allen Mills, 53, formerly of West Palm Beach, pleaded guilty on Friday to wire fraud in connection with a scam that involved selling infomercials and alleged infomercial products. Mills was president of a company called Business Vision Network Inc. (BVN) from January 2009 to October 2010. Mills and others solicited investors in BVN by falsely representing that BVN was a successful infomercial company, and that it had acquired certain products it would be selling directly through infomercials…
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The Mantras jump genres, from world beat to jam rock
Blue Ridge Now - over 4 years
Don't be surprised when The Mantras' genres mix from song to song. "It's interesting," singer and guitarist Keith Allen said. "Half of our sound is a Southern rock, jammy sort of sound and the other half is a world, electronica sound. It's a unique mix, and people seem to enjoy it." The Greensboro-based quintet is back this weekend to play in one of their favorite towns, as The Mantras' style will be on display at 9 p.m. Friday at The Grey Eagle in Asheville. The short drive into Western North Carolina is always fun for Allen, drummer Justin Loew, keyboard player Justin W. Powell, bassist Brian Tyndall and percussionist Brent Vaughn. "Asheville is one of our favorite places to play. We have a lot of friends there, so it's sort of a homecoming for us," Allen said. "It's such an artistic community, and there's always a lot going on. It's a beautiful place to be. We've had some good shows there, so it's nice to go back. And the venues are top-notch." The group formed six years ...
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Summer class in flower arranging
Blue Ridge Now - over 4 years
“Looking at Summer Arrangements Through Ohara Eyes” program will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, at the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Diane Harker and Judy Melton of the Ohara School will present a demonstration focusing on the landscape arrangement, creating three views: garden view, meadow or lakeside view and mountain view. The Asheville Chapter of Ikebana International presents a program on ikebana flower design and/or Japanese culture on the fourth Tuesday of every month, February through October. For more information, call 828-645-6633; ikebana Betty Jamerson Reed, longtime society member and retired teacher from Brevard, has been selected as a 2012 Award of Merit winner for her book “School Segregation in Western North Carolina: A History, 1860s-1970s” by the Leadership in History awards cmmittee of the American Association for State and Local History. The AASLH Leadership in History Awards is the nation’s most prestigious competition for recognitio ...
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Keith Allen expected to feature in Drugs Live
Broadcast - over 4 years
Keith Allen is being lined up to take MDMA on Channel 4 for controversial programme Drugs Live.
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'Game of Thrones': Alfie Allen talks poor, misguided Theon Greyjoy
LATimes - over 4 years
Theon Greyjoy spent most of the second season of "Game of Thrones" making one bad decision after another in his quest to rule Winterfell in Robb Stark's absence. But after a series of increasingly despicable acts, he finally got a chance to shine in the season finale, rallying the troops before reaching quite an unexpected conclusion. For actor Alfie Allen, that scene was one of his favorites of the entire season. The 25-year-old British actor (who's the brother of singer Lily Allen and son of actor and musician Keith Allen) has had a career on stage, television and film, but his role as Theon is his highest-profile to date. He spoke about his character and the season finale in advance of the episode's Sunday airing. Would you describe Theon as misguided? Selfish? I'd say both of those words. Definitely. On the selfish side of it, he's looking for a bit of status. He wants to be Prince Theon and he wants to have the ability to make his own decisions and decide his own fate, which ...
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Barrow Docket Book for April 30-May 3
Barrow Patch - almost 5 years
The following individuals were arrested and booked into the Barrow County Detention Center from April 30 through May 3, 2012. Quadravious Tyrell Allen, 18, 206 Woodlawn Ave., Winder, charged with two counts burglary and theft by receiving stolen property Scott Diane Alloway, 46, 409 Tanners Bridge Road, Bethlehem, charged with probation violation Maurice Derek Arnold, 28, 1000 Duluth Highway, Lawrenceville, charged with two counts probation violation Timothy Leroy Buff, 47, 1840 Cronic Town Road, Auburn, charged with probation violation Timothy Alan Carlton, 43, 205 Skyland Drive, Loganville, charged with probation violation David Edward Clark, 61, 1424 Wilkes Crest Court, Dacula, charged with driving while license withdrawn Carol Leanne Clarke, 41, 326 Pleasant Hill Church Road, Winder, charged with driving without a valid license Amanda Dawn Cooper, 30, 35 S. Jackson St., Winder, charged with simple assault (family violence) Kerry Levoy Crowe, 36, 205 Coun ...
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Fire Pit BBQ now open in Wake Forest
News Observer - almost 5 years
Barbecue purists will want to take note that there's a new restaurant in Wake Forest cooking all its meat on wood: Fire Pit BBQ. Owner Ted Patterson has spent 40 years working in construction. Two connections made him interested in opening a restaurant. First, he has designed and built many of Giorgios Bakastais' restaurants from Vita to Girasole and Gatehouse Tavern, which are right next door to Fire Pit BBQ in the Gateway Commons shopping center. Second, his next door neighbor is Keith Allen, the barbecue legend behind Allen & Son. They live on a hill surrounding by hickory trees. Patterson describes his restaurant as "eclectic with a purity of intent." They only cook on wood, hickory and oak in fact. There is no gas line. "We're committed," he says. They serve pulled pork, beef brisket, half or quarter chickens, housemade sausage and a St. Louis-style ribs. They are open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Sunday. For more information, call 919-562-0020 or go to ...
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Bill Purdue’s book blog: Hurricane Katrina continues to make the news
Chad - almost 5 years
Hurricane Katrina is still making the news even today, seven years after the devastation caused in New Orleans. Even now people are still in the process of rebuilding their lives and rebuilding the city. During the recent BBC2 series, “My Life in Books”, actor Keith Allen, one of Anne Robinson’s guests, chose a book called Zeitoun by Dave Eggers[ Penguin £8.99 978-0141046815]. By choosing this book, he wanted to draw attention to the way the residents of New Orleans were treated after the hurricane which was of course during the presidency of George W Bush.
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Keith Allen Meets Nick Griffin
Sabotage Times - almost 5 years
Lily's dad meets the BNP kingpin so we can decide who is the most odious. Plus with Euro 2012 around the corner, will Allen ask Griffin to feature on this year’s Official England song?
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Golf with the FT: Keith Allen Financial Times Blogs - over 5 years
The actor and comedian plays on the wild side with <a class="fplink fp-269802" href="/tom+cox">Tom Cox</a> at The Old Course at Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
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West Chicago man blames accomplice for lawyer's '09 murder - Chicago Daily Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Defense attorneys said Terry Bratcher “insisted no one get hurt” before he and another man, Keith Allen, carried out the August 2009 heist that left Carl Kuhn dead. Prosecutors say Bratcher, 45, forced Kuhn&#39;s head into a pillow and suffocated him after
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Actors Keith Allen and Tara Fitzgerald get tangled - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
Keith Allen and Tara Fitzgerald joined BBC Breakfast to talk about their new television series The Body Farm. The series is a spinoff from the successful drama Waking The Dead with Tara reprising her role as Dr Eve Lockhart. After the interview Keith
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Keith Allen
  • 2013
    Age 59
    In April 2013 Allen starred in a revival of Richard Bean's black comedy "Smack Family Robinson'" at The Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames.
    More Details Hide Details Allen presented the TV show Whatever You Want in 1982, during the early days of Channel Four and has presented a number of TV documentaries for Victor Lewis-Smith's Associated-Rediffusion Television Productions: Little Lady Fauntleroy (2004), You're Fayed (2005) and on Michael Carroll – King of Chavs (2006). In 2007 his documentary Tourette De France appeared on Channel 4, in which he travelled with a group of Scottish people with Tourette syndrome, most notably John Davidson, on a Routemaster bus from London to the Parisian hospital where this condition was described by Georges Gilles de la Tourette in 1884.
    In 2013 he played Darren the farmer in episode 1.5 of the comedy drama series Great Night Out.
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  • 2011
    Age 57
    In September 2011 he appeared in the BBC six-part drama series The Body Farm as DI Hale. 2013 saw the release of the Sara Sugarman comedy film Vinyl in which Keith played an ageing rock star who finds himself back in the public eye after his band member fools the music industry into giving them a record deal.
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    His documentary film about the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Unlawful Killing, which was financed by Mohamed Al-Fayed and Associated-Rediffusion, was screened at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details It argued that the British and French authorities had covered up uncomfortable facts about the crash, accused Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret of being 'gangsters in tiaras', and alleged that Prince Philip had a 'Nazi background'. Allen said he refused to make 87 cuts asked for by lawyers to enable the film to be seen in Britain. He also told reporters that he thought the crash had been intended only as a warning but that "something went massively wrong".
  • 2007
    Age 53
    Keith Allen Will Burn in Hell appeared on Channel 4 in June 2007, and showed Allen profiling the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, led by Fred Phelps, and speaking to various members of the church and Phelps' family.
    More Details Hide Details Allen presented the Manchester Passion, a contemporary retelling of the last few hours in the life of Jesus on Good Friday, 14 April 2006. More recent work was Keith Meets Keith, screened on 14 September 2009 on Channel 4, in which Allen tracked down TV chef Keith Floyd. The show contained what turned out to be Floyd's final interview for television; Floyd died of a heart attack on the evening the documentary was screened. Allen was a member of London punk band the Atoms in the late 1970s, and later Fat Les, a band which also featured artist Damien Hirst and Blur bassist Alex James. In 1980 he starred as The Devil in a short movie called 'METEOR MADNESS' which featured London Psychobilly band The Meteors. The film played in cinemas as the opening to the Two Tone film Dance Craze which was released in February 1981. That was the only time the film was shown & to this day it has never been released on video or DVD although very grainy copies have recently appeared on YouTube.
  • 2006
    Age 52
    From 2006 to 2009, Allen appeared in the BBC's Robin Hood drama series, as the Sheriff of Nottingham.
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  • 2005
    Age 51
    He also appeared in the hospital drama, Bodies, as Mr Tony Whitman, a sarcastic but somehow likeable consultant obstetrician with an enormous ego. In 2005 he appeared in the Endemol-produced BBC Two television programme Art School alongside Ulrika Jonsson, John Humphrys and Clarissa Dickson Wright where he discovered a passion for painting.
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  • 2004
    Age 50
    He appeared as the villain in the sequel to 2004's Agent Cody Banks, Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London, opposite Frankie Muniz
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  • 2002
    Age 48
    In 2002 Allen played Roger Ames (the London Records executive) in 24 Hour Party People, a film about Factory Records and the Manchester music scene.
    More Details Hide Details Allen cameoed in the Channel 4 sitcom Spaced in a short homage to the Stanley Kubrick film, The Shining.
  • 2001
    Age 47
    In 2001, he played the character of "problem-solver" Jim Napeworth in an episode of Murder in Mind, and in 2004 cameod in Black Books as poker-player Dave 'Mouse Ears' Smith.
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  • 2000
    Age 46
    In 2000, Allen appeared in two Harold Pinter plays at the Almeida Theatre, playing Lambert in Celebration and Mr Sands in The Room.
    More Details Hide Details These were performed again at The Lincoln Center Festival in July 2001.
  • 1996
    Age 42
    He also appeared disguised as a fictional hip-hop star 'Keithski' to present Top of the Pops on 19 July 1996.
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  • 1993
    Age 39
    In 1993 he appeared as the occultist John Peter Barrie, in the Inspector Morse episode The Day of the Devil.
    More Details Hide Details This episode of Granada Television's long running drama series was written by Danny Boyle. This would prove to be the first of three projects either written or directed by Boyle that Allen would be involved in during the '90s. He appeared briefly in a cameo in the black comedy, Twin Town which was directed by his brother Kevin, the Channel 4 adaptation of A Very British Coup and he also played the lodger who dies at the beginning of Danny Boyle's thriller Shallow Grave (1994). In the same year, he was cast in a BBC adaptation of Martin Chuzzlewit. He was used again by Boyle to play a drug dealer in Trainspotting (1996). Danny Boyle has stated that Allen's character from Trainspotting is the same one that moves into the shared flat in Shallow Grave – he wears the same clothes and carries the same bag.
  • 1992
    Age 38
    In 1992 he appeared in the revival Carry On Film Carry On Columbus where Allen played Pepi The Poisoner.
    More Details Hide Details Directed by Gerald Thomas and produced by Peter Rogers this was to be the final film in The Carry On Films Franchise.
  • 1985
    Age 31
    In 1985 The Comic Strip hit the big screen with The Supergrass starring Allen, Adrian Edmondson, Peter Richardson, Jennifer Saunders and Robbie Coltrane, directed by Comic Strip actor Peter Richardson.
    More Details Hide Details During the brief period of British Satellite Broadcasting as an alternative satellite broadcaster to Sky, he had a regular comedy show of his own I Love Keith Allen on the Galaxy channel, a mix of stand-up and sketches.
  • 1979
    Age 25
    He appeared in a number of films in the series The Comic Strip Presents on Channel 4 in the 1980s after becoming one of the breakthrough acts of the Comedy Store in 1979.
    More Details Hide Details Notable episodes featuring Allen include The Bullshitters (a parody of The Professionals), and The Yob (a parody of The Fly), which he also co-wrote. Allen has done both straight and comedy acting.
  • 1953
    Allen was born on 2 September 1953 in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales, the second of three children, the son of Edward Charles Owen, a Royal Navy submariner.
    More Details Hide Details His younger brother is actor Kevin Allen. He spent his early years near Swansea and in Malta, and most of his childhood in Gosport, Hampshire, while his father served in Portsmouth. At the age of eleven he was sent to Brentwood boarding school in Essex when his father was posted to Singapore. He was expelled from the school at the age of thirteen. At the age of fifteen he was sent to a borstal after repeatedly being caught stealing, later saying that he "had a great time" there. After having several jobs during the 1970s, including a job as a stagehand from which he was sacked after joining Max Bygraves' chorus line on stage naked, Allen also worked as a stand-up comedian, opening for rock bands such as The Clash.
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