Page Hannah
American actor
Page Hannah
Page Hannah is an American television and film actress. She is married to Lou Adler and the couple have four sons, Manny, Ike, Pablo, and Oscar. She is the sister of actress Daryl Hannah. Other relatives of hers include Tanya Wexler, Haskell Wexler, Yale Wexler and Don Hannah.
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Hannah Day Cancer News Leaves Family With Terrible Decision
Huffington Post - about 3 years
For the B.C. family of four-year-old Hannah Day, life just went from difficult to impossible. Just before Christmas, a campaign was mobilized to find a stem-cell donor for the Victoria girl who had already beaten back cancer once in her short life, and was now struck with leukemia. By January, Hannah was so weak, she had contracted H1N1 and C. Difficile. At least the campaign for a donor was a success — in fact, more than one successful match was found, reports The Times Colonist. Hope seemed possible once more for a family who admitted to CBC News that it had been a struggle to stay strong. Then, as fast as that hope was raised, it was brutally taken away. Because of the huge amounts of radiation Hannah withstood to fight the first cancer, her body is unable to take more of the treatment needed to prepare her for a stem-cell transplant. The news leaves Hannah's family with a terrible dilemma. On their fundraising "Hope For Hannah Day" Facebook page, Hannah's mother, Brook ...
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Catawba/Alexander News - Charlotte Observer
Google News - over 5 years
... Frances Bendert, Bill Davis, Christopher Honsaker, George Page, Hannah Reece, Neil Reece and Celendra Williams. Youth actors who appeared in the RugBug Theatre, "101 Dalmatians" and "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" received recognition
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Senior All-Stars capture state title - Olney Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Team members are Caitlyn Monts, Darcie Hawkins, Haley Ochs, Haley Page, Hannah Howe, Kayla Shewmake, Kelsie Ochs, Kenzie Zwilling, Kyndall Miller, Macy Lenear, Payton Young and Tailer Miller. The team is coached by Bob Page and Liza Miller-Martin
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Senior All-Stars playing for state championship - Olney Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
The winner advances to the United States Regionals, a nine-state round-robin tournament held in South Bend, Ind. Team members include Caitlyn Monts, Darcie Hawkins, Haley Ochs, Haley Page, Hannah Howe, Kayla Shewmake, Kelsie Ochs, Kenzie Zwilling,
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CULTURAL STUDIES; The Language of Fakebook
NYTimes - over 6 years
I HAVE a feeling that if Andy Warhol were alive he would be spending the summer writing a novel that takes place in real time on Facebook. In that spirit, Lauren Mechling and Laura Moser have been writing a clever serialized novel on Slate called ''My Darklyng.'' Their innovation: the plot unfolds not just in text but on Facebook and Twitter. For
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Review/Film; Teen-Age Outing in the Summer of '63, in 'Shag'
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Until it deteriorates into a raucous beach-party frolic two-thirds of the way along, ''Shag, the Movie,'' a teen-age nostalgia film set in the summer of 1963, suggests a frothy female answer to Barry Levinson's ''Diner,'' with a Southern twist. Until it deteriorates into a raucous beach-party frolic two-thirds of the way along, ''Shag, the
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FILM: 'CREEPSHOW 2' OF STEPHEN KING
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: THE ghoulish campfire-tale premises of Stephen King's stories are often a lot more memorable than their particulars, but Mr. King almost always provides more follow-through than ''Creepshow 2,'' a three-section omnibus film based on his writing. As directed by Michael Gornick, with a screenplay by George A. THE ghoulish campfire-tale premises
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'TRACK,' VEHICLE FOR MIDDLE-AGED CHILD STAR
NYTimes - over 35 years
Gary Coleman, of television's ''Diff'rent Strokes,'' could be described as a child star if he were even the least bit like a child. But he isn't. Mr. Coleman is a pint-sized fellow who has somehow managed to reach middle age before puberty, and who couldn't possibly get away with his intense mugging if he weren't so tiny. ''On the Right Track'' is
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Page Hannah
    THIRTIES
  • 1999
    Age 34
    In 1999, Hannah and her husband founded The Painted Turtle Camp located in Lake Hughes, California along with Paul Newman.
    More Details Hide Details The camp is part of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp network founded by Newman. The camp's programs give children with life threatening illnesses and chronic medical conditions the opportunity to experience traditional camping experiences. The camp also has an outreach program that visits hospitals in the greater Los Angeles area. Hannah is currently chairman of the organization's board of directors.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on April 13, 1964.
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