Lara Parker
Lara Parker
Lara Parker is an American television, stage, and film actress best known for her role as Angelique on the cult ABC-TV serial Dark Shadows which aired from 1966 to 1971.
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News: What We’re Reading
New York Times - 5 months
Get recommendations from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web. Today, great reads from Tara Parker-Pope, Jazmine Hughes and others.
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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
Huffington Post - over 1 year
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant -- but succinct -- wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week's great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.    I'm really sad so I google image searched "bears doing human things" to cheer myself up — Sweet Potato Pie Day (@sailornegro) November 12, 2015 I'm looking for the kind of life stress that an adult coloring book might solve. — Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) November 9, 2015 Was All Dogs Go To Heaven really just a movie about dead dogs for kids? — Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) November 12, 2015 Overheard a dad telling his little girl that babies come out of women's tummies. She said, "No. I don't like that." I await her alternative. — side-eye spice (@goldengateblond) November 12, 2015 Boy, I saw your blue ...
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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
Huffington Post - over 1 year
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant -- but succinct -- wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week's great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.    I'm really sad so I google image searched "bears doing human things" to cheer myself up — Sweet Potato Pie Day (@sailornegro) November 12, 2015 I'm looking for the kind of life stress that an adult coloring book might solve. — Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) November 9, 2015 Was All Dogs Go To Heaven really just a movie about dead dogs for kids? — Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) November 12, 2015 Overheard a dad telling his little girl that babies come out of women's tummies. She said, "No. I don't like that." I await her alternative. — side-eye spice (@goldengateblond) November 12, 2015 Boy, I saw your blue ...
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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
Huffington Post - over 1 year
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant -- but succinct -- wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week's great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.    I'm really sad so I google image searched "bears doing human things" to cheer myself up — Sweet Potato Pie Day (@sailornegro) November 12, 2015 I'm looking for the kind of life stress that an adult coloring book might solve. — Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) November 9, 2015 Was All Dogs Go To Heaven really just a movie about dead dogs for kids? — Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) November 12, 2015 Overheard a dad telling his little girl that babies come out of women's tummies. She said, "No. I don't like that." I await her alternative. — side-eye spice (@goldengateblond) November 12, 2015 Boy, I saw your blue ...
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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
Huffington Post - over 1 year
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant -- but succinct -- wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week's great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.    I'm really sad so I google image searched "bears doing human things" to cheer myself up — Sweet Potato Pie Day (@sailornegro) November 12, 2015 I'm looking for the kind of life stress that an adult coloring book might solve. — Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) November 9, 2015 Was All Dogs Go To Heaven really just a movie about dead dogs for kids? — Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) November 12, 2015 Overheard a dad telling his little girl that babies come out of women's tummies. She said, "No. I don't like that." I await her alternative. — side-eye spice (@goldengateblond) November 12, 2015 Boy, I saw your blue ...
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At the Library: Jan. 12
Blue Ridge Now - about 3 years
New books at the Henderson County Public Library: “Red 1-2-3,” John Katzenbach, “The Invisible Code: A Peculiar Crimes Unit Mystery,” Christopher Fowler “Rosemary and Crime,” Gail Oust “A Bride for Noah,” Lori Copeland “Recipe Box,” Sandra Lee “Murder and Moonshine: A Mystery,” Carol Miller “Murder as a Second Language: A Claire Malloy Mystery,” Joan Hess “Willow Springs,” Jan Watson “The Goldfinch,” Donna Tartt “Guilt Edged,” Judith Cutler “Southern Crossfire: A Novel of the Civil Rights Era,” Don Weathington “The Case Officer,” F. W. Rustmann Jr. “Murder on the Orient Espresso,” Sandra Balzo “The Midas Murders: An Inspector Van in Novel,” Pieter Aspe “The Husband’s Secret,” Liane Moriarty “Stranger in the Room,” Amanda Kyle Williams “Heart of the Country,” Rene Gutteridge and John Ward “Dangerous Women,” R.R. George Martin and Gardner Dozois “Buying in,” Laura Hemphill “Forsaken,” James David Jordan “Torrent Falls,” Jan Watson “The Hen W ...
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Ask Well: Does Boiling or Baking Vegetables Destroy Their Vitamins?
NYTimes - over 3 years
Tara Parker-Pope answers a reader’s question about the best way to prepare vegetables.     
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Well: Ask Well: Does Boiling or Baking Vegetables Destroy Their Vitamins?
NYTimes - over 3 years
Tara Parker-Pope answers a reader’s question about the best way to prepare vegetables.     
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lara Parker
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2006
    Age 68
    Its sequel, Dark Shadows: The Salem Branch, came out in July 2006.
    More Details Hide Details She has recently reprised the role of Angelique for a new series of Dark Shadows audio dramas, and is the reader for the audiobook recording of Angelique's Descent. Parker is married to Jim Hawkins, a building contractor. The couple have a daughter, Caitlin Elizabeth Hawkins (born 1985), who is studying documentary filmmaking. Parker has two sons, Rick Parker, a record producer married to singer Miranda Lee Richards, and Andy Parker, a contractor, from her first marriage to artist Tom Parker. The Hawkins live in a designer house in the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles
  • THIRTIES
  • 1969
    Age 31
    In 1969, she played the title role in an Off-Broadway production of Frank Wedekind's Lulu.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared in the off-Broadway production of "A Gun Play." In 1998, Parker published a novel, Angelique's Descent.
  • 1968
    Age 30
    Parker made her Broadway debut in 1968 in Woman is My Idea, written and directed by Don C. Liljenquist.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1937
    Born
    Born on October 27, 1937.
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