Maxine Bahns
American triathlete and actor
Maxine Bahns
Maxine Lee Bahns is an American actress, triathlete and model. She is best known for her role as Star in the 2000 film Cutaway.
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video vault - Yes! Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
Also on hand: Michael Weatherly (as Charlie's estranged son, a chip off the old block), Tom Berenger, James Russo, Vernon Wells, Steven Bauer, Maxine Bahns and Keith David. Rated R. MONGOLIAN DEATH WORM (LionsGate Home Entertainment): It's Sean Patrick
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What's On Today
NYTimes - about 7 years
9 P.M. (ABC) DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES In the wake of a plane crash, the women contemplate how their choices have affected their lives. Susan (Teri Hatcher) imagines a life with Karl (Richard Burgi), and Bree (Marcia Cross) imagines a life without Orson (Kyle MacLachlan). Lynette (Felicity Huffman) wonders about her future with twins, and Carlos
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They're the Bradys, but Who's the Other Guy?
NYTimes - over 20 years
She's the One Edward Burns, Mike McGlone, John Mahoney, Maxine Bahns, Cameron Diaz Directed by Mr. Burns R 93 minutes Mickey Fitzpatrick (Mr. Burns) barely gets along with his younger brother, Francis (Mr. McGlone), a ruthless Wall Street executive who is married and obsessed with success. Mickey is a feckless single New York cabdriver whose
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A 2d Movie Is a Reprise Of a Debut, With Cash
NYTimes - over 20 years
For Edward Burns, the director, writer and star of ''The Brothers McMullen,'' the perks of success are very tangible indeed. Mr. Burns's second film, ''She's the One,'' has been made with enough of a budget for varied sets, legal shooting permits for New York City street scenes (which were filmed on the sly for his debut film) and lunches supplied
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NEW VIDEO RELEASES
NYTimes - almost 21 years
The Brothers McMullen 1995. Fox. $100.71. Laser disk, $39.98. 98 minutes. Closed captioned. R. Release date: Tuesday. For his first feature film, Edward Burns enlisted friends to be characters in his story about the love lives of three Irish-Catholic brothers from Long Island. Mr. Burns himself doubles as the pleasantly cynical Barry, an aspiring
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Reviews/Fashion;Jacobs and Tyler Seize the Moment
NYTimes - over 21 years
THERE are designers who roll with the hype, run with the pack, follow the trends and -- in their frenzied pace to produce, produce, produce for the next season -- never hold a mirror up to society, or more important, to themselves. In highly personal collections, both Marc Jacobs and Richard Tyler chose the other course this week, getting closer
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; Baby Sitters Stick Together (Unless One Gets Snobby)
NYTimes - over 21 years
The Brothers McMullen Edward Burns, Mike McGlone, Jack Mulcahy, Maxine Bahns, Connie Britton, Jennifer Jostyn, Elizabeth P. McKay Directed by Edward Burns R 97 minutes Three Long Island brothers with strong bonds and a sometimes suffocating Irish Catholic heritage wrestle with identity problems and other troubles -- mainly to do with women.
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FILM REVIEW; Of Youth, Heart and a Bit of the Blarney
NYTimes - over 21 years
Edward Burns craftily shot "The Brothers McMullen," a romantic comedy full of heart and humor, using little more than $20,000 along with friends, parents, parents' house (as a principal set) and can-do ingenuity to burn. Even allowing extravagantly for the post-production funds (several hundred thousand dollars) that brought "The Brothers McMullen"
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'Brothers McMullen' And Opening Doors
NYTimes - over 21 years
It was only six months ago that Edward Burns was working as a messenger for a television show in New York City, living in what he calls a grungy apartment on Bank Street in the West Village and becoming increasingly nervous about his prospects as a writer and director in the movie industry. "I was writing screenplays for six years," said the
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A Sort of Cinderella Prevails at Sundance
NYTimes - about 22 years
Three weeks ago, Edward Burns was driving a van for a television program, living on peanut-butter sandwiches in a Greenwich Village tenement and struggling to put the final touches on his first movie, "The Brothers McMullan," for the Sundance Film Festival here. By this morning, Mr. Burns was not only celebrating his 27th birthday but also enjoying
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Maxine Bahns
    THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 35
    On October 13, 2007, Bahns married Patrick Watson; the couple now reside in Los Angeles with their two daughters, Madison Rose (born March 8, 2009) & Harper Lee (Born October 6, 2012).
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  • 2003
    Age 31
    From October 5, 2003 to November 2006, Bahns was married to Peter Crone, who appeared as Nikos in Music Within.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 29
    In 2001, upon moving to Los Angeles, Bahns became involved in triathlons, and during the year she had completed the Ironman Triathlon.
    More Details Hide Details She has also competed in a number of triathlons such as Wildflower ½ Ironman and the Keauhou ½ Ironman. Bahns has appeared on the covers of Runner's World, Triathlete Magazine, and FIT! Magazine.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on February 28, 1971.
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