Mason Lee
Actor
Mason Lee
Mason C. Lee is an American actor most popularly known for his role as Teddy on the 2011 sequel The Hangover Part II. In an interview, he joked, "I have a feeling if I hadn't gotten the part [of Teddy], maybe Ken Jeong would have gotten the part?"
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Calls for inquiry into Mason's tragic death - Courier Mail
Google News - 7 months
Courier Mail Calls for inquiry into Mason's tragic death Courier Mail THE Queensland Opposition is calling on a coronial inquiry to be held into the death of Caboolture toddler Mason Jet Lee. Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls yesterday said the inquest would determine whether there were issues within the child protection ... Call for Mason inquest premature: Qld govt9news.com.au Mason Lee: Opposition wants inquest into toddler's deathBrisbane Times Inquest may examine failings that led to Mason's deathThe Sunshine Coast Daily Yahoo7 News -Noosa News -Daily Mail all 9 news articles »
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Late goal gives U10 Cougars soccer victory - Roseville Press Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Grove Domer, Parker Standard and Mason Lee played great defense for the Coyotes. Lady Hawks 4, Keiki Kickers 2 — Gracie Harada and Megan Huber scored for the Kickers in their loss to the Lady Hawks. Harada and Huber also are the team's goalkeepers
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The Tour of Britain 2011 Exmouth - ChronicleLive
Google News - over 5 years
8.30 (260m): Walk Of Shame (Scr), Out Of Mind (1), Blue Bill (1), Captain Jack (2), Mason Lee's Girl (2), Twister (4). 8.45 (260m): Lindy Lou (Scr), Dusty (Scr), Sam (1), Ella's Black (1), Moon Light (2), Bob's Pride (5). 9.00 (580m): Snotty Nose (Scr)
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Jordan Mason: Lee has room to improve heading into non-district test - My West Texas (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Just looking at the final score, it's hard to believe that Lee's 42-21 win against Amarillo Palo Duro was in serious doubt with the third quarter winding down Friday. Lee entered the final quarter nursing a 21-14 lead against the Dons before exploding
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Local students receive Scholarship - Leesville Daily Leader
Google News - over 5 years
Logan Morrison and Stephen Briscoe were named recipients of the Mason Lee McCann Memorial Scholarship Thursday during the Leesville Lion's Club weekly meeting. The scholarship is in remembrance of the infant son of Brian and Rhonda McCann and the twin
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Summer 2011 Movie Review - DIG Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
... Alan (Zack Galifiniakis) have to make it back in time for the wedding, but they also must retrace their steps from the previous night in order to find Stu's fiancé's little brother, Teddy (Mason Lee), or else there just might not be a wedding
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Students in the news - Savannah Morning News
Google News - over 5 years
Dean's list honorees were: Caroline Margaret Glenn of Guyton; Katelyn Alexis Mason of Rincon; Britney Nicole McCrae of Rincon; Megan Kathrine Pearson of Guyton; Kassie Lee Richbourg of Rincon; Mason Lee Simons of Rincon; and Emily Lynne Wood of Rincon
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THE HANGOVER PART II (R16) - The Press
Google News - over 5 years
This time, instead of the groom, they've lost the bride's genius little brother Teddy (Mason Lee). They've gained a severed finger, a monkey, a facial tattoo and the scene-stealing Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) but no clue as to where Teddy is
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'THE HANGOVER PART II'; Honey, You Won't Believe It, But We Found This Monkey
NYTimes - almost 6 years
The funniest, most reckless moments in ''The Hangover Part II,'' the largely mirthless sequel to the 2009 hit ''The Hangover,'' take place in the final credits, when still images flash by detailing the latest misadventures of the story's overgrown lost boys. The outrages, most of which are once again carefully elided in the actual movie, involve a
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The Listings: Theater
NYTimes - over 6 years
Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and tickets: nytimes.com/theater. Previews and Openings 'THE GRAND MANNER' In previews; opens on June 27. Lincoln Center presents A. R. Gurney's new play, which portrays the experience of
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THEATER REVIEW | 'YEAR ZERO'; Finding America, Searching for Identity
NYTimes - over 6 years
The case has been amply stated that ''Superman'' is the quintessential immigrant story. Born on an alien planet, he grows stronger on Earth but maintains a secret identity tied to a homeland that continues to exert a powerful hold on him even as his every contact with those origins does him harm. Michael Golamco neatly incorporates that thesis into
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CALENDAR; Westchester
NYTimes - over 7 years
Film NEW ROCHELLEOssie Davis Theater ''The Quarrel,'' directed by Eli Cohen. Thursday at 7 p.m. Free. Ossie Davis Theater, 1 Library Plaza. newrochellearts.org; (914) 632-7878. PEEKSKILL Paramount Center for the Arts ''Strangers on a Train,'' directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. $7 and $9. ''Frankenstein,'' directed by James Whale,
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CALENDAR; Events in Westchester
NYTimes - over 7 years
Comedy MAMARONECK Emelin Theater ''The News in Revue,'' musical political satire. Oct. 24 at 8 p.m. $35. Emelin Theater, 153 Library Lane. emelin.org; (914) 698-0098. PEEKSKILL Paramount Center for the Arts Lily Tomlin. Thrusday at 8 p.m. $45 to $65. Paramount Center for the Arts, 1008 Brown Street. (914) 739-2333; paramountcenter.org. TARRYTOWN
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MediaTalk; Libel Lawsuit for Illustration Is Ground Rarely Walked
NYTimes - over 12 years
Cartoonists and illustrators know their work can provoke the occasional maelstrom of criticism or controversy, but rarely do they find themselves the subject of lawsuits. So it was noticed earlier this month when Conrad M. Black, the Canadian media magnate, filed a libel lawsuit against the widely published illustrator Barry Blitt for depicting
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Anecdotes for the Road
NYTimes - almost 25 years
I WAS driving over flat horizons of soybean fields one summer afternoon in South Carolina when the mystery of Mason Lee, who feared the occult and believed he would die at its hands, came to my attention. The clues given were scant. The deceased, for Mason Lee was dead at the age of 51, long before I had heard of him, had been a rich man, a
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SOCIAL EVENTS
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Gift of Reading Gift of Reading May 15 - The inability to read, and the despair it causes, is the concern of Literacy Volunteers of America. The New York City affiliate of the organization is holding a benefit at which the writers Eric Bogosian, Joan Didion, Richard Ford, Fran Lebowitz, Larry McMurtry and Tom Wolfe will read. Barbara Bush,
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BUSINESS PEOPLE; A Leader's Exhortation To Securities Industry
NYTimes - about 31 years
The annual meeting of the Securities Industry Association is an occasion for Wall Street's commanders to enjoy a sunny week in Florida. And since most firms are racking up soaring profits, the gathering last week was a convivial affair. Raymond A. Mason was one of the few industry leaders, though, with some darker preoccupations. Mr. Mason, who is
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Carole L. Anderson Married to John M.L. Sweet
NYTimes - almost 34 years
Carole Lewis Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ashley Anderson of East Stroudsburg, Pa., was married yesterday to John Mason Lee Sweet, son of Rebecca Lee Sweet of Pittsburgh and the late Richard Anthony Sweet. The Rev. Robert S. Smith, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony at St. Paul's Chapel of Columbia University. Miss
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