Patrice Donnelly
American hurdler and film actor
Patrice Donnelly
Patrice Donnelly is an Olympic hurdler who also acted in films.
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Classifying <i>Blue Is the Warmest Color</i>
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A galvanizing conversation starter since its Cannes premiere, Blue Is the Warmest Color has rather persistently been positioned as a "lesbian" film, particularly in the popular press. To be sure, its controversial elements stem from its unblinking representation of same-sex erotic contact, of two young women who, in terms that they never explicitly discuss, perform oral sex (among other acts) on one another. I loved the film, found myself swept up in its torrential romanticism, in its uncanny capturing of the idiosyncratic awkwardness of youth, and especially in the lead performance of relative newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos, whose character's emotions are perilously close to the surface and keep spilling over. That said, I share some specifically queer reservations about the film, its content, and especially its labeling. The film's central character, Adèle, does not identify as a lesbian. At first, her refusal to do so (following a somewhat hokey masturbation scene that is intercut wi ...
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Donnelly passes for 2 scores and defense dominates to help Brown shut out Yale 20-0
Fox News - over 4 years
Patrick Donnelly passed for two touchdowns and the Brown defense dominated to help the Bears shut out Yale 20-0 in an Ivy League showdown Saturday.
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2012 CGCA Tomorrow’s Leader finalists
Financial Post - over 4 years
Lawyer guides firm to NYSE listing Jonah Davids, vice-president and general counsel at Just Energy Group Inc., oversaw the conversion of the company to a corporation from an income trust, led the $100-million acquisition of Fulcrum Retail Holdings LLC, a Texas-based electricity retailer, and helped Just Energy achieve a milestone listing on the New York Stock Exchange. He graduated from law at Western University and was called to the bar in 2002. HudBay VP always knew he’d go ‘in-house’ Patrick Donnelly always knew when he was practising at a law firm that partnership wasn’t for him. “I was always planning to go in-house.” He got his first shot at Tim Horton’s Inc. before moving to HudBay minerals in 2008. He is now vice-president, legal and corporate secretary to the mining firm. Mr. Donnelly graduated in law from the University of Victoria and was called to the bar in 2002. Manulife counsel finds right balance Jennifer Mercanti said the hardest part of being an in-house leg ...
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Burlington ousts Lehigh Valley from Carpenter Cup
The Morning Call - Blogs - over 4 years
Local all-stars ousted from tournament with 5-3 loss to Burlington County. Patrick Donnelly was completely accurate with his assessment of Lehigh Valley's ouster Sunday from the Carpenter Cup Classic.
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Hyatt Regency Chicago Ranked in the Top 100 Meeting Hotels in the United States by Cvent
Woodridge Port - almost 5 years
Chicago, IL –(April 24, 2012) – Hyatt Regency Chicago today announced that it was included on Cvent’s annual list of the “Top 100 Meeting Hotels in the United States.” It was selected from a pool of 80,000 hotels in the U.S. on the Cvent Supplier Network, a free online marketplace that connects meeting planners with over 200,000 venues and service providers worldwide. Hyatt Regency Chicago was ranked #56 on the list. “It is an honor to be listed on Cvent’s list of top meeting hotels. It’s great to hear that we are making sure our guests are happy and we will continue to do so,” said Patrick Donelly, General Manager. Located in downtown Chicago near the Magnificent Mile, Hyatt Regency Chicago offers 228,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. With 4 ballrooms and over 63 meeting rooms, Hyatt Regency Chicago can accommodate any size meeting while still giving every guest personalized attention. Hyatt Regency Chicago was selected based on a set of qualifying criteri ...
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Liberty downs Whitehall 8-2 in LVC baseball
The Morning Call - Blogs - almost 5 years
Liberty stays perfect in league play by beating Whitehall, 8-2, with strong fundamentals. Patrick Donnelly and Peter Daland shared more than the same initials Tuesday.
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DVDS; Swords, Songs and Women on the Run
NYTimes - over 9 years
THE PRINCESS BRIDE the great Fairbanks and Flynn movies, Philippe de Broca's ''Cartouche'' and ''On Guard,'' the 1998 ''Mask of Zorro'' with Antonio Banderas -- have an element of built-in self-parody. The heroes treat their derring-do as the good-natured expression of their own sublime high spirits. Which is why Rob Reiner's film of William
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Couple Die in Drug Shootout While Parked on Bronx Street
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: A woman on a date in the Bronx with a man she met this month was fatally shot in the crossfire between rival drug dealers Tuesday night, the police said. Her date, one of the suspected dealers, was also killed. A woman on a date in the Bronx with a man she met this month was fatally shot in the crossfire between rival drug dealers Tuesday
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WRITER-DIRECTOR SUES FOR $110 MILLION
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Robert Towne, writer and director of ''Personal Best,'' has filed a $110 million suit against Warner Bros. Pictures; his executive producer, David Geffen, and Steven Ross, chairman of Warner Communications, for fraud, coercion, defamation and breach of contract surrounding the recently released movie about world-class female track stars. In the
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'PERSONAL BEST,' OLYMPIC LOVE
NYTimes - about 35 years
CHRIS CAHILL (Mariel Hemingway) and Tory Skinner (Patrice Donnelly) meet by chance when they are trying out for positions on the women's track team that will represent the United States in the 1976 Olympics. Tory, who is pretty in a skinny, androgynous way, takes one look at the comparatively voluptuous Chris and likes what she sees or, as she says
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Patrice Donnelly
    THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 35
    She also went on to play 'Danielle', the stern assistant coach in the 1986 movie American Anthem.
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  • 1982
    Age 31
    Donnelly's film debut was in the 1982 film Personal Best, wherein she played an Olympic pentathlete.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 25
    Donnelly attended the 1976 Summer Olympics as a 100-meter hurdler for the United States, but did not win any medals at the Games.
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    In 1976, she was engaged to be married to Peter Schmock, a fellow track-and-field competitor at the Olympic Games that year.
    More Details Hide Details Once the fourth-ranked hurdler in the world, Donnelly set the college record for the women's 100 meter hurdle at 13.5 seconds in 1970.
  • 1975
    Age 24
    She was on the 1975 All-America team for the 100-meter hurdles.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Born
    Born on April 30, 1950.
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