Nina Siemaszko
American actor
Nina Siemaszko
Antonina Jadwiga "Nina" Siemaszko is an American film and television actress.
Biography
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Domenica Cinque ospiti 29 maggio 2011, Gran Premio di Monaco di F1 e L'arena ... - CineTivu
Google News - almost 6 years
... Memoria (giallo del 2006) con Lea Thompson; alle 15.15 sarà trasmesso La libreria del mistero – A prima vista (giallo del 2006) con Kellie Martin e Nina Siemaszko; alle 16.40 ci sarà Passioni pericolose (thriller del 2006) con Charisma Carpenter
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - about 11 years
8 P.M. (CBS) GHOST WHISPERER -- ''Melinda's First Ghost.'' Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt), friend and enabler to spirits trying to cross over into the next world, flashes back to the first time a dead person asked her for help. It was a little girl (Abigail Breslin, right, a star of ''Little Miss Sunshine,'' the Sundance Film Festival's
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A Flicker Of Hope Sustains The Ghetto
NYTimes - over 17 years
In a Holocaust film to make Roberto Benigni look like Primo Levi, Robin Williams plays the clowning but compassionate title role in ''Jakob the Liar.'' Based on a book by Jurek Becker, this well-intentioned tragicomedy has a good cast, a whiff of ''Fiddler on the Roof'' and a strangely inappropriate spirit of bonhomie, under the circumstances.
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TV WEEKEND; In Pursuit of Love, Romantically or Not
NYTimes - over 18 years
In the 1970's San Francisco of ''Armistead Maupin's 'More Tales of the City,' '' the characters may be homosexual, heterosexual or transsexual, but they are all hopeless romantics. In the brash new comedy series ''Sex and the City,'' the heroine cultivates an anti-romantic pose that suits Manhattan in the 90's, with its post-politically correct
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FILM REVIEW; 'Airheads.' Yes, Indeed. That and Even Less.
NYTimes - over 22 years
Maybe the rock-and-roll world has been so thoroughly satirized that it's parody-proof by now. More likely, "Airheads" just isn't funny enough to get the job done. "Airheads" tells what happens -- not much -- when three rock-star wannabes brandish toy guns and take over a radio station, demanding that their demo tape be played on the air. The idea
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Review/Television; Con Artists Cashing In On the Maternal Instinct
NYTimes - about 23 years
"Baby Brokers," tonight's NBC movie, is about a baby-adoption scam. That's pretty standard based-on-fact stuff for prime time. But keep your eye and ear on the subtext. It has to do with class in America, tapping into the kinds of lowlifes who figure prominently in the current media obsession with a certain figure skater. The nation's underbelly
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Review/Film: The Saint of Fort Washington; Homeless, Helpless and Holy, in One Kind of Hell
NYTimes - over 23 years
Matthew (Matt Dillon), a gentle soul, has lived quietly until circumstances force him out on the street. A wrecking crane appears at the start of "The Saint of Fort Washington" to smash a condemned building, and inadvertently shatter Matthew's life. Fragile and bewildered, Matthew is ill-equipped to fend for himself, so he has no hope of finding a
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TV Weekend; Sinatra: The Good, the Bad, and Mostly the Music
NYTimes - over 24 years
Take a kid from Hoboken, N.J., and follow him from singing in his father's saloon through a stormy career that, despite setbacks and scandals, makes him an international superstar. It's a sure-fire formula, and even more so when the title tells it all: "Sinatra." Frank Sinatra's life, at least up to his triumphal 1974 concert at Madison Square
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Review/Film; Daddy's Little Girl Is Anybody's
NYTimes - almost 25 years
It is 1958 somewhere in California, and the cry of a muted trumpet curls through a sepia haze. In this grungy, twilight world, Ham (Tom Skerritt), an itinerant jazz musician, and his teen-age daughter, Blue (Nina Siemaszko), travel from town to town as Ham weaves his moody trumpet magic in nearly pitch-black clubs. Like Chet Baker, on whom he is
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Review/Television; 'Enemy of the People,' Set in Maine
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: This week's timeliest television drama comes out of a play written in 1882. Arthur Miller first adapted Henrik Ibsen's ''Enemy of the People'' for the stage in 1950, when Communist hunting in the United States was becoming a form of national hysteria. Now after the greed-infused 1980's, Mr. Miller is returning to Ibsen's morality tract at 9
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