Michael Forest
Actor
Michael Forest
Gerald Michael Charlebois, better known as Michael Forest is an American actor who provides the voices for many animated titles. At the age of 71, he played the voice of Prince Olympius in Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue. In his earlier years, Forest was a film and television actor, notably playing the part of Apollo in the 1967 Star Trek episode Who Mourns for Adonais?.
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Hungary Assails Human Rights Advocates in the Country, U.N. Expert Says
NYTimes - about 1 year
Michel Forst, the expert, said the advocates faced criticism and that those aiding women, ethnic minorities and gays were most at risk.
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Departing UN official blasts Haiti's rights record
Fox News - almost 4 years
The United Nations official who was in charge of monitoring human rights in Haiti is condemning the country's legal system as he leaves his post. Michel Forst says in an open letter that arbitrary and illegal arrests continue, the government is interfering in the justice system and an official has threatened journalists. Forst was the U.N.'s independent expert on human rights in Haiti until he resigned last week. He said he left the position because he was "called to other duties." There was no immediate response from the government of President Michel Martelly. Forst gave a copy of the letter to The Associated Press on Thursday.
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ils ont pu potasseren toute tranquilité - 20minutes.fr
Google News - over 5 years
Michael, Forest, Mélanie (en h.) et Hannah (en b.), ont passé leur mois de juillet à Paris. V. WARTNER / 20 MINUTES Une bibliothèque quasi vide pour avaler toute l'histoire britanno-américaine, La Sorbonne pour pratiquer son français ou les cafés pour
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Morning Call Sheet: My Advice On How to Increase DVD Sales, Netflix's Failures ... - Big Hollywood
Google News - over 5 years
Cast: Jim Brown, Raquel Welch, Burt Reynolds, Fernando Lamas, Eric Braeden, Michael Forest, Jerry Goldsmith, Claire Huffaker. One of those underrated, late 60's, widescreen Westerns that must have been a blast to watch at the drive-in
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AAABA Tournament - Monday Full Schedule - WJAC Johnstown
Google News - over 5 years
Cleveland, St. Michael, Forest Hills HS 12 pm: Altoona Red Bull vs. Elk County, Lilly 1 pm: Johnstown Delweld vs. New Brunswick, Point Stadium, Johnstown 7:30 pm: Johnstown Martella's Pharmacy vs. Zanesville, Point Stadium, Johnstown
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Review: John's 'Aida' score has broad musical range - Northern Virginia Daily
Google News - over 5 years
Michael Forest is effective as Aida's father and Willie Garner is endearing as the loyal slave. William Pierson's handsome sets morph seamlessly from a modern museum into the opulent palace in ancient Egypt, which contrasts with the bare compound of
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Tetap Miliarder walau Empat Kali Bangkrut - Surabaya Post
Google News - almost 6 years
Dan dia adalah saudara dari Michael Forest. Pernah bersekolah di The Kew-Forest School di Forest Hills, Queens, tetapi setelah kekacauan yang terjadi di sana pada waktu ia berusia 13 tahun, orang tua Donald mengirimnya ke Akademi Militer New York
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At Spoleto Festival, Revisiting a Fateful Chapter in Slavery
NYTimes - over 8 years
Not so often do new American operas find life after birth. But Anthony Davis's ''Amistad,'' a historically inspired exploration of slavery and freedom, has come back to the stage 11 years after its debut at the Chicago Lyric Opera, and in a deeply resonant setting. It is the central work at this summer's Spoleto Festival U.S.A., whose host is
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MUSIC REVIEW; Gershwin: Bringing It All Back Home
NYTimes - almost 12 years
During its 50th-anniversary season, the Brooklyn Philharmonic has been paying tribute to the Brooklyn community, which has rallied to its support, especially during the orchestra's recent years of dynamic growth. For Saturday night's anniversary concert, the program offered the best-known works by the Brooklyn-born George Gershwin: ''Rhapsody in
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DIVISION III PLAYOFFS; Rowan Wins To Reach Quarterfinals
NYTimes - about 15 years
Rowan 43 Western Connecticut 14 Tony Racioppi passed for 268 yards and 3 touchdowns and ran for 55 yards and another score for host Rowan, which beat Western Connecticut, 43-14, yesterday to advance to the quarterfinals of the N.C.A.A. Division III playoffs. Al Beverly had 7 receptions for 152 yards and 2 touchdowns for Rowan (10-1), and Paul
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MUSIC REVIEW; The Folks on Catfish Row in Concert
NYTimes - about 18 years
Claims for ''Porgy and Bess'' as the greatest opera by an American composer never feel quite right. For one thing, they presume a category -- American opera -- that has few binding characteristics and even fewer outstanding constituents. Those claims also imply that there is a difference between opera and musical theater, whereas every measure of
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CLASSICAL MUSIC AND DANCE GUIDE
NYTimes - about 18 years
Here is a selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy opera, classical music and dance events this weekend in the New York metropolitan region. Opera ''LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR,'' Metropolitan Opera. The Met's new production of this Donizetti opera is inept, clueless, scenically dreary and stunningly bad. The sets could have been
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Centennial Swing: Let the Drums Roll Out, Let the Trumpets Blare
NYTimes - over 18 years
Here is a listing of events in New York City in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of George Gershwin: Today ''THE MEMORY OF ALL THAT -- GERSHWIN ON BROADWAY AND IN HOLLYWOOD,'' Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street, Manhattan. Featuring Mary Cleere Haran, singer; Richard Rodney Bennett, pianist and singer; Linc Milliman, bass player.
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OPERA REVIEW;The Met Gives 'Turandot' a Night Out
NYTimes - over 20 years
In all but musical terms, the opening of the Metropolitan Opera's 30th year of free outdoor performances was not auspicious. Because maintenance work is being done on the Great Lawn of Central Park, the Met's traditional outdoor home in Manhattan, the performances were moved up to the North Meadow at 102d Street, just west of Fifth Avenue. Less
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OPERA REVIEW;Glittery Puccini Favorite Comes Back to the Met
NYTimes - about 21 years
Franco Zeffirelli's opulent production of Puccini's "Turandot" has been a favorite with Metropolitan Opera audiences since it was unveiled in 1987. So it has been revived regularly, even though the opera presents formidable casting challenges. These challenges were again apparent when the production returned on Friday night. Turandot, the ancient
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Review/Opera; A Not-So-Ordinary Summer by the Adriatic Sea
NYTimes - about 23 years
By now the critical consensus on Benjamin Britten's "Death in Venice" is that it is something of a masterpiece, a remarkable translation of Thomas Mann's allusive, ironic tale into operatic form. Britten turns the story of the German writer Aschenbach's erotic obsession with a 14-year-old boy in cholera-infested Venice into a chamber opera for
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT; CLASSICAL MUSIC
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Tomorrow to May 1 WAGNER'S "RING DES NIBELUNGEN." Given the musical reach and the expansiveness of the mythical world Wagner created in these four operas, it is easy to understand why the four-night cycle inspires an almost religious devotion. The Met's staging, by Otto Schenk and Gunther Schneider-Siemssen, is traditional, naturalistic and at
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Review/Opera; A Wild West in Which the Tragic Is Tuned to Sweetness and Tears
NYTimes - almost 24 years
"La Fanciulla del West" returned to the Metropolitan Opera on Monday night. Giancarlo del Monaco's production, new last season, invests Puccini's vision of untamed America with a wintry gloom. From cavernous barroom to Minnie's remote cabin in the rocks to the lynch mob shivering along the main street of a deserted town, Mr. del Monaco and his set
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Review/Film; Did She Use Her Body As a Murder Weapon?
NYTimes - about 24 years
What to do about poor Madonna? After gaining screen credibility with sharp, funny performances in smallish roles in "Dick Tracy" and "A League of Their Own," and as the great mocking Queen Bee in her own documentary, "Truth or Dare," she lands back at square one in "Body of Evidence," a sluggish courtroom melodrama relieved only by unintenional
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Michael Forest
    THIRTIES
  • 1967
    Age 37
    In his earlier years, Forest was a film and television actor, notably playing the part of Apollo in the 1967 Star Trek episode "Who Mourns for Adonais?
    More Details Hide Details " and most recently reprised this role in the Star Trek Continues episode "Pilgrim of Eternity" 47 years later. Born in Harvey, North Dakota, he moved with his family at a very early age to Seattle, Washington. He graduated with a B.A. in English and drama from San Jose State University. Laramie - Cobey
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Born
    Born on April 17, 1929.
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