Mark Tinker
American television producer
Mark Tinker
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Birthday
16 January 1951
home town
Stamford, Connecticut
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“Clínica Privada”, último episódio na RTP2 - Jornal Hardmusica
Google News - over 5 years
A série foi criada por Shonda Rhimes, que também serve como produtora executiva ao lado de Betsy Beers, Mark Gordon, Mark Tinker, Jon Cowan e Robert Rovner. Neste último episódio pode assistir à luta de Maya e do seu bebé pela vida, com a ajuda de
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Don't Throw Babies Out With Bath Water: Stocks Pro - CNBC.com
Google News - over 5 years
Despite the mass sell-off in the markets, investors shouldn't panic yet, according to Mark Tinker, Global Portfolio Manager, AXA Framlington. "The fact that everybody's scared of something happening doesn't make it more likely to happen," he told CNBC
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Call for ASIC probe on steelmakers' carbon rally - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
“This is an important and necessary opportunity for regulators to send the appropriate message to all concerned, and thus these instances should be investigated quickly and thoroughly,” said Mark Tinker, global equity portfolio manager who helps manage
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Audiences prime : TF1 battue par M6 hier soir - Le Blog de Jean-Marc Morandini (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
France 2, misait sur la série dramatique "Private Practice", de Mark Tinker, avec Kate Walsh, Audra McDonald, Taye Diggs, pour ne citer qu'eux. La série parvient à rassembler 2.729.000 personnes, soit 11.2% de parts de marché
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Private Practice, saison 1 : épisodes 1 et 2 ("Une nouvelle vie"). - Le Blog TV News (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Réalisé par Mark Tinker. Scénario de Shonda Rhimes. Après avoir donné sa démission, Addison part pour Los Angeles rejoindre Oceanside, le centre de santé de sa meilleure amie Naomi. Sur place, elle doit faire face aux réticences de ses nouveaux
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'Deadwood' Rewind: Season 1, Episode 1: 'Deadwood' (Veterans edition) - HitFix (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The visual template he sets here will be faithfully followed throughout this first season by Davis Guggenheim and company, and in the later seasons by Mark Tinker and company. • Visually, the one part of the show I've never loved is the main title
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Party leaders battle for votes in CT - Primedia Broadcasting - Eyewitness News
Google News - over 5 years
Addressing the gathering, the Universal Party's Mark Tinker said they want to rid the country of all social ills. “We don't see the DA or the ANC as an enemy. We see the social evils in our communities as our enemy and those are drugs, because drugs
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Bird and Magic? Turks Owe Debt to Coolidge and Salami
NYTimes - about 6 years
ISTANBUL -- The heyday of the television series ''The White Shadow'' was three decades ago, but Ken Howard, who played its main character, is still recognized on the street. American men who were in their teens in the late 1970s and early '80s will lock eyes with him, smile and utter the same greeting: ''Hey, Coach.'' Howard, who played Coach Ken
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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'BIONIC WOMAN' AND 'PRIVATE PRACTICE'; New Series: Women Test Mettle, And Metal
NYTimes - about 9 years
When future anthropologists study prime-time television at the dawn of the 21st century, they will inevitably have to grapple with one gnawing question: What was so bad about Lindsay Wagner? NBC has remade ''The Bionic Woman'' (and lost the article in the title) almost as a rebuke to the original 1970s show that starred Ms. Wagner as Jaime Sommers,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Something's Up, And It's Not The Surf
NYTimes - over 9 years
None of the music in David Milch's new surfing series on HBO is by the Beach Boys. The surfing scenes are few and fleeting. Instead seedy characters spit out a lot of obscenities, and some use oddly mannered speech, giving ''John From Cincinnati'' a flavor of ''Deadwood,'' only in a contemporary beach setting -- ''Driftwood.'' And then there are
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TV WEEKEND; Men of Power, Hitting Their Stride
NYTimes - over 10 years
''DEADWOOD'' is about taming the Wild West. ''Entourage'' is about running wild in West Hollywood. Both HBO series are about power and, especially in the beginning, they revel in the spoils of limitless sex and romance. As they enter their third seasons, however, ''Deadwood'' and ''Entourage'' are suspiciously chaste. The 19th-century prospectors'
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Sipowicz Cooks Meatloaf? This Sure Is a New Season
NYTimes - almost 17 years
It's quite a sight. Detective Andy Sipowicz -- alcoholic, racist, explosively temperamental and perpetually gruff -- making meatloaf and mashed potatoes for his little boy, explaining over dinner that his job is about helping people, accepting a kiss from his son that almost takes his breath away with unexpressed emotion. ''N.Y.P.D. Blue'' begins
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Now, So Long, Bobby Simone
NYTimes - about 18 years
When a major character in a series is placed in mortal danger, the question is not ''Will he die?'' but ''How will he escape?'' But when Jimmy Smits decided to leave ''N.Y.P.D. Blue'' after five episodes this season, the show took full advantage of the freedom his departure offered. Mr. Smits's character, Detective Bobby Simone, has quickly faded
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The 1998 Emmy Winners
NYTimes - about 18 years
The 50th Annual Emmy Awards were given on Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Here is a list of the winners. Drama series: ''The Practice,'' ABC Comedy series: ''Frasier,'' NBC Mini-series: ''From the Earth to the Moon,'' HBO Variety, music or comedy series: ''Late Show With David Letterman,'' CBS ''Variety, music or comedy special:
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Emmys Go to 'Practice' and 'Frasier' as Top Series
NYTimes - about 18 years
In an evening that emphasized the nostalgia of the past rather than the immense uncertainty of the future of television, there were a number of surprise winners in the Emmy Awards here tonight and further signs that cable channels are making increasing creative inroads against the traditional broadcast networks. A new show, ''The Practice,'' the
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TELEVISION; 'St. Elsewhere' Taught Us to Be Careful Watchers
NYTimes - over 18 years
ON Nov. 9, 1982, ''St. Elsewhere'' was in its second episode and busily stirring the dramatic pot. In one room of St. Eligius, the worn old hospital called Elsewhere, a beleaguered institution on the bottom rung of Boston's famed medical establishment, lay a wounded terrorist named Rhinehart (Tim Robbins in the early stages of his career). In
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Dousing the Glow Of TV's First Family; Time for the Truth About Ozzie and Harriet
NYTimes - over 18 years
Ozzie and Harriet. They were America's ideal fantasy couple in the 1950's. He was a bit goofy, never seemed to have a job and was always puttering around the two-story Colonial house. She was an all-purpose Mom who happily wore aprons most of the time and never seemed to leave the kitchen. Their sons, David and Ricky, were virtuous and
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The Winners of the 1997 Emmy Awards
NYTimes - about 19 years
Drama series: ''Law and Order,'' NBC. Comedy series: ''Frasier,'' NBC. Mini-series: ''Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgment,'' PBS. Variety, music or comedy series: ''Tracey Takes On . . .,'' HBO. Variety, music or comedy special: ''Chris Rock: Bring the Pain,'' HBO. Made-for-television movie: ''Miss Evers' Boys,'' HBO. Leading actor, drama series:
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And the Emmy Winners Are . . .
NYTimes - about 19 years
Drama series: ''Law and Order,'' NBC. Comedy series: ''Frasier,'' NBC. Mini-series: ''Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgment,'' PBS. Variety, music or comedy series: ''Tracey Takes On . . .,'' HBO. Variety, music or comedy special: ''Chris Rock: Bring the Pain,'' HBO. Made-for-television movie: ''Miss Evers' Boys,'' HBO. Leading actor, drama series:
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Life Is Still Tough at the 15th Precinct
NYTimes - about 20 years
There was a time, back at its premiere in 1993, when ABC's ''N.Y.P.D. Blue'' was considered controversial, apparently because it offered, among other licentious things, a shot of the bare buttocks of Dennis Franz. That was hardly an image likely to whip the country into sexual frenzy, but nudity watchdogs made the most of their panting opportunity.
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Timeline
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1951
Born on January 16, 1951.
1962
His stepmother was Mary Tyler Moore, who married Grant Tinker in 1962 and divorced him in 1981.
Tinker born in Stamford, Connecticut and graduated from Syracuse University in 1973.
2005
Formerly married (1988–2000) to the actress and painter Kristin Harmon, he married actress Chandra West in October 2005.
2006
Tinker joined the crew of the HBO western drama Deadwood as an executive producer and director for the third and final season in 2006.
The series was created by David Milch and focused on a growing town in the American West. Tinker directed the episodes "Tell Your God to Ready for Blood", "Unauthorized Cinnamon", "A Constant Throb" and "Tell Him Something Pretty".
2007
Tinker last collaborated with David Milch on the short-lived HBO drama series John from Cincinnati, which began airing in June, 2007.
Tinker directed the pilot and served as executive producer.
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