Mary Jo Slater
American film producer
Mary Jo Slater
Mary Jo Slater is an American casting director and producer for film, television and theatre. She has over 100 movie credits to her name. Slater was born in Trenton, New Jersey. She was a production assistant for Mark Twain Tonight! and had her first casting role for the 1977 Broadway revival of Hair. She went on to cast five more theatre productions before moving into film and television.
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Problem Solver: Water bills continue after couple move out of city
Chicago Times - almost 3 years
Despite moving to Oak Park, notices from Chicago keep trickling in John Sherman and Mary Slater moved to Oak Park in fall, but Chicago continued to bill them for water use at their former condo.
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Double cup success for Holwell Sports bowlers - Melton Today
Google News - over 5 years
... Peter Slater 26-8; Bob Johnson, Sid Greenstreet, Les Woodcock, David Ward beat Mary Slater, Beryl Green, Les Cusdin, Tony Collison 15-13; John Evans, Bill Deans, Rod Straiton, Roy White beat Frank Thiabald, Vic Crosan, Ann Cusdin, Betty Bell 22-17
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SMECO Co-op Holds 73rd Annual Meeting - Bay Net
Google News - over 5 years
Of the 230000-volt line to be built in Calvert and St. Mary's, Slater said, “when this line is completed it will be a major accomplishment. Living without power is a risk most people don't want to take.” The five individuals emerging victorious from
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Local woman's charitable deeds remembered as Lichfield road is named after her - Lichfield Live
Google News - over 5 years
One of the main streets on the new Victoria Place development will be named after Mary Slater, who died in 1898 and left money which helped found the hospital. “Mary died in 1898, but her generosity has helped hundreds of local people since then
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Personal attention, cozy atmosphere part of Albion Heritage Bed and Breakfast ... - The Jackson Citizen Patriot - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
By Shannon Maynard | Jackson Citizen Patriot CITIZEN PATRIOT | J. SCOTT PARKRichard Lewin and Mary Slater are the co-owners of the Albion Heritage Bed and Breakfast. Mary Slater and her husband, Richard Lewin, always have enjoyed staying in bed and
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Skip the cravings with yummy alternatives - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Fitness owner and dietitian Mary Slater said that hormonal changes across the menstrual cycle meant at certain points a woman's energy intake and expenditure increased - with some women experiencing more cravings for foods high in carbohydrates and fat
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What are your cravings telling you? - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Fitness owner and dietitian Mary Slater said chronic dieters often suffered from intense cravings. "Being overly restrictive with food intake over a period of time can lead to starvation mode, where your body is fighting to preserve itself and will
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May 6 on the record - Ames Tribune
Google News - almost 6 years
May 5: Mary Slater reported at 1:28 pm the theft of a credit card at 421 Stonehaven Drive, Ames. May 5: A patient was reportedly out of control at 2:51 pm at Mary Greeley Medical Center, 1111 Duff Ave., Ames. May 5: Michelle Elliott reported at 6:24 pm
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Back home, fans use Internet to watch Rye's crowning victory - The Journal News | LoHud.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Mary Slater, daughter of owners Jerry and Martha McGuire, said a group of fans considered renting a bus to Syracuse but decided against it. Instead, she thought midweek about connecting a computer to one of the TVs. At first, Slater bought an HDMI
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Why Baked Catfish Holds Lessons for Their Hearts
NYTimes - over 18 years
DEEP in fried-catfish country, the meat bins of a small town's grocery store can be a nutritionist's bad dream. Browse the shelves: along with the ingredients for Southern staples like corn bread and fried chicken stretches a range of pig parts from head to foot, including brains and fatty ham hocks and tails. Pork chitlins for frying are available
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Campus Life: Dayton; Students Open And Run a Store For Student Needs
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: An idea four years in the making at the University of Dayton became a reality this month, when the student-run convenience store, Rudy's Fly-Buy, opened for business. An idea four years in the making at the University of Dayton became a reality this month, when the student-run convenience store, Rudy's Fly-Buy, opened for business. The
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12 From U.S. on Safari Die in Africa Air Crash
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: A small plane carrying 12 Americans on a safari to photograph gorillas crashed into a mountainside in northwestern Rwanda on Thursday, killing the tourists and their Kenyan pilot, officials said today. A small plane carrying 12 Americans on a safari to photograph gorillas crashed into a mountainside in northwestern Rwanda on Thursday, killing
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Quotations of the Day
NYTimes - about 30 years
''Those people who beat and ultimately caused the death of a black man, they don't represent you, they don't. Absolutely not.'' - Mayor Koch, at a church in Howard Beach, Queens. ''So why are you here?'' - Mary Slater, a member of the congregation. [ A1:3. ]
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PAGEANTS, JAZZ, PUPPETS AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS
NYTimes - about 31 years
Today American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West and 81st Street. ''The Star of Christmas'' show, illustrating how the sky above Bethlehem appeared on the day of Jesus' birth. Admission: $3, adults; $2, children. Through Jan. 1. Information on show times: 873-8828. Brooklyn Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn. ''The Christmas
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'BROWN SUGAR' DONE TO A BUBBLING TURN
NYTimes - about 32 years
NEW BRUNSWICK BEFORE the second act at a recent matinee of ''Bubbling Brown Sugar,'' the really fizzy musical revue at the Crossroads Theatre Company, Lee Richardson, the artistic director, made an impassioned pitch for contributions to compensate for the nonprofit theater's current deficits. Several seasons hence, you see, the seven-year-old
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary Jo Slater
    THIRTIES
  • 1977
    Age 30
    Slater was born in Trenton, New Jersey. She was a production assistant for Mark Twain Tonight! and had her first casting role for the 1977 Broadway revival of Hair.
    More Details Hide Details She went on to cast five more theatre productions before moving into film and television. She was married to actor Michael Hawkins and is the mother of actor Christian Slater. She is also the mother of actor Ryan Slater by her 2nd husband, attorney William Henry Taron.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on April 19, 1946.
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