Nick Moran
British actor, writer, producer and director
Nick Moran
Nicholas James "Nick" Moran is an English actor, writer, producer and director, best known for his role as Eddy the card sharp in Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels. He appeared as Scabior in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2.
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Little League Champions!
Huffington Post - over 3 years
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — The victory lap around Lamade Stadium never gets old for Japan, nor does the players' ritual of scooping up some souvenir dirt near the mound after another Little League World Series triumph. A perennial power in youth baseball, Japan rallied past Chula Vista, Calif., 6-4 on Sunday to win its ninth title and third in four years, the only disappointment in that recent span a loss in 2011 to Huntington Beach, Calif. Ryusei Hirooka won this one with a two-run double in the bottom of the fifth inning and Shunpei Takagi hit two solo home runs to help keep the Tokyo team undefeated in the tournament. "In all honesty, I'm really happy," said Japan manager Masumi Omae, who also led the 2003 Japan team to the World Series title. "I definitely always dreamt about coming back to win again. To be able to trust the kids and their abilities is something I'm most proud about." Facing one last threa ...
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California beats Connecticut 12-1 at LLWS
Yahoo News - over 3 years
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — When California starter Nick Mora had to leave the game with one out to go, he wasn't too happy.
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Oakland, California, residents warned of rabies risk after bat bites girl
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Laila Kearney (Reuters) - Public health officials in the northern California city of Oakland have warned residents to watch out for animals "roaming, staggering or otherwise acting in a strange manner" after a girl was bitten by a rabid bat at the city zoo. The Mexican free-tailed bat wandered onto the ledge of an otter aquarium and bit the girl on Saturday when she tried to handle it, Oakland Zoo spokeswoman Nicky Mora said. The girl, a teenage volunteer at the zoo, was recovering on Wednesday and being treated for rabies, Mora said. She said the bat was wild and did not belong to the zoo. ...
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Mr. Teeth, pot-stash guardian, dies
San Francisco Chronicle - about 4 years
Mr. Teeth, the 5-foot reptile found guarding a house filled with marijuana in Castro Valley, has died. The dwarf caiman, previously misidentified by authorities as an alligator, died overnight at the Oakland Zoo’s Veterinary Hospital, a day after Alameda County sheriff’s deputies found it at a home in Castro Valley along with 34 pounds of dried marijuana. The creature arrived at the zoo “critically ill and non-responsive,” said zoo spokeswoman Nicky Mora. Staff examined the caiman, took blood samples and determined that his “prognosis was poor,” Mora said. Caimans are native to tropical regions of Central and South America and live near rivers, streams and bodies of water. They average [...]
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From birding to beer: How festivals liven up the local economy
Reynolds Center - over 4 years
Even though we spend more and more time staring into computer and smartphone screens, Americans still seem to relish their community events, special-interest festivals music jamborees, country fairs and tens of thousands of other gatherings. Photo by Flickr user Dick_Morgan Many ramp up in summer to take advantage of warm weather, celebrate harvests or rock vacation spots; around my neck of the woods offerings range from a hot-air balloon jubilee to an electronic music festival to the annual Melon Festival in Howell, MI that lauds the crop every August with a street fair, melon ice cream and adjunct events like the fundraising Melon Ball. Such gatherings may sound hokey but they can be big economic drivers that ripple out through your local economy; with July 4th looming you might want to take a look at the state of festivals in your region and what they mean to local merchants, service providers and the tourism industry. A Michigan think-tank just published an analysis of th ...
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Blockbuster News About U.S. Oil Reserves ... Isn't News
News Busters - almost 5 years
Searches on "Government Accountability Office" (not in quotes), "shale," and "mittal" at the Associated Press's national site return nothing relevant to the energy-related story which will follow. A Google News search on "Anu Mittal," the person from the GAO who on Thursday testified before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology`s Subcommittee on Energy and Environment, appears to return seven relevant items, but it's really five. The first is a press release from the Luddite (aka Democratic) members of the committee pooh-poohing the importance of Ms. Mittal's assertions. The other four are from non-major and/or non-establishment press sources: Newser, American Thinker, Daily Markets, and the Inquisitr (yes, spelled correctly). Only one other news outlet I'm aware of, Media Research Center's CNS News, has also noted Ms. Mittal's testimony. What Ms. Mittal had to say is that, according to a leading research org ...
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Night of Laughter, Blood Drive Held in Honor of Sarah Grace
Garden City Patch - almost 5 years
For the past nine years, The Sarah Grace Foundation For Children With Cancer, Inc. has dedicated itself to helping children and their families faced with the financial and emotional challenges and hardships brought upon by childhood cancer. To do so, the Long Island-based non-profit, volunteer-run organization established in 2003 by Matt and Marissa Weippert, relies on donations and money raised through garage sales, custom Christopher Radko Heart and Angel collector pieces and special fundraising events, including its recent Night of Laughter. Held March 23 at the Milleridge Cottage, the 9th Annual Night of Laughter featured a sit-down dinner and three hours of standup comedy delivered by MC Rick Morgan, impersonator John Santo, and comedians Ellen Karis, Rich Ramirez and Pete Michaels. Close to150 people attended this year's fundraiser and helped support the Foundation through event and raffle ticket sales. Attendees had an opportunity to partake in raffles for over 70 diffe ...
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Ungreen Facts about e-Reading Devices
Green Prophet - almost 5 years
It’s estimated that the environmental impact of a single “eReader” (Kindle, iPad…) equals that of 100 books.  Whether the motivation is to truly improve environmental performance, or simply garner positive press, seems every business is jumping on the low carbon bandwagon. Nowhere is exempt from the pressure to green up, not even the beleaguered (and beloved) book industry. Three years ago, a group called the Book Industry Environmental Council (BIEC) set environmental targets for the American book business, aiming to reduce its baseline carbon footprint by 20 percent in 2020 and by 80% in 2050. The plan was hatched during the infancy of eBooks: Kindle had been around just over a year. BIEC goals seem attainable. Technological advances slashed the volume of in-house printing.  Editors move towards a paperless workflow. Publishers began to reassess traditional processes of creating, transporting, and storing books. The resultant enviro-friendly efficiencies could be replicated wor ...
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Nick Morgan left a comment for Mike Gagliano
Fire Engineering - almost 5 years
Nick Morgan left a comment for Mike Gagliano
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Nick Morgan commented on Christopher Huston's photo
Fire Engineering - almost 5 years
Nick Morgan commented on Christopher Huston's photo Louisville Engine 5
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Boys Lacrosse Roundup: Moran leads Brick Memorial over Jackson Liberty
Asbury Park Press - almost 5 years
BRICK MEM. 4, JACKSON LIB. 1: Nick Moran scored both of his goals in the third quarter snapping a 0-0 halftime tie as the Mustangs (5-1, 2-1) defeated the Lions (2-7, 0-4) in a Class A South game.
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On DFW, On Blogging - The Millions
Google News - over 5 years
Ed Champion's pretty harsh on Maud, but I also thought the piece was ridiculously random & willful, tracing the slacker caveats and qualifications to DFW. The whole thing seems a bit foolish to me
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Juniors to lead Sprague - Statesman Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Nick Moran, jr., WR/CB: Started at cornerback and has shown a great upside. Liam Kucey, sr., OL/DL: Another of the returning starting linemen for the Olympians. Outlook: The Olympians will rely greatly on a talented, but relatively inexperienced junior
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Manford scoops Born To Shine prize - The Press Association
Google News - over 5 years
Jason beat competitors including piano-playing Nick Moran, jive-dancing Emmerdale stars Tony Audenshaw and Lesley Dunlop, rugby player turned harpist Gareth Thomas and folk-singing actress Tracy-Ann Oberman. An estimated £1309156 has been raised from
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Lloyds Banking Group PLC : Lloyds staff hit phones for charity - 4-traders (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
The series, currently on air, will conclude on Sunday 21 August from 7.30pm, with a fundraising extravaganza featuring live performances from the five finalists, including actor Nick Moran, actress Tracy-Ann Oberman, comedian Jason Manford,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Nick Moran
    THIRTIES
  • 2001
    Age 31
    In 2001, he played the role of Aramis in The Musketeer, a film loosely based on Alexandre Dumas, père's classic novel, The Three Musketeers.
    More Details Hide Details The film co-starred Catherine Deneuve, Tim Roth, Mena Suvari, Stephen Rea and Bill Treacher, with Justin Chambers in the role of D'Artagnan. He appeared as Scabior, a snatcher in Fenrir Greyback's gang, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2. Moran has also had a number of stage appearances; his first job was understudying the lead in Blood Brothers in London's West End. He was in the original cast of Nick Grosso's Real Classy Affair at the Royal Court Theatre. Subsequent appearances include Paul Webb's Four Nights in Knaresborough, Look Back in Anger both in 2001, Alfie in 2003, The Countess in 2005, and from November 2013 until March 2014, as 'Juror 7' in Twelve Angry Men at the Garrick Theatre. Moran also starred in the lead role of 'Roaring Trade' at Park Theatre in October 2015
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on December 23, 1969.
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