Paula Devicq
Canadian actor
Paula Devicq
Paula Michelle Devicq is a Golden Globe-winning Canadian actress, known for her role as Kirsten Bennett Thomas Salinger on the television drama Party of Five, a role she played from 1994 to 2000.
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From caskets to hit show, Tim DeKay has come long way - Lansing State Journal
Google News - over 5 years
In 1997, he joins "Party of Five" as a doctor who married Kirsten (Paula Devicq) - diverting her temporarily from her true love (Matthew Fox). DeKay and Fox became friends and competitors. Both auditioned to play the tobacco-chewing former baseball
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'Justified' cast member Joseph Lyle Taylor knows what real work is - Kansas City Star
Google News - almost 6 years
He married his costar, Paula Devicq, and established himself in the acting community. But the marriage failed, and his father died at 53 from heart failure and a life of drinking and smoking. Taylor was 29 and also a drinker. "It was hard
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Pain and Breakup, Potent Forces in a Playwright's Past
NYTimes - about 11 years
JOHN PATRICK SHANLEY isn't surprised that his 1988 play ''Italian American Reconciliation'' is the current attraction at the Emelin Theater in Mamaroneck, where it opened Thursday night. ''It seems to be being produced a lot again now,'' Mr. Shanley said in a telephone interview from his home in Brooklyn Heights. ''I guess my name is in the paper a
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TELEVISION REVIEW; The Scales of Justice, and How They Tilt
NYTimes - about 16 years
For most of us, the news that a series has been shot in high-definition video is so much mumbo jumbo. Wake us when the technology moves out of the realm of nerds and into the hands of artists. Well, that's finally happened. In ''100 Centre Street,'' created by Sidney Lumet, new technology visibly affects style in a tough, absorbing series about the
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Y2K Hooray/Y2K No Way; When the Fireballer Throws a Party
NYTimes - about 17 years
STAY home on New Year's Eve? I've heard people talk about that, but to me it was never an option. I was always planning to do something big for the millennium. At first, I was thinking of flying to Australia with a bunch of my friends, to see the first sunrise on the beach, but it all got too complicated, and we decided to throw a big party in New
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Have you heard 'Living Single' is back on Fox? (By the way, who's on first?)
NYTimes - over 20 years
IF you watched the Fox Network's telecasts of the World Series, you know that ''in a season of massively hyped series,'' ''Millennium'' is a show ''that really delivers''; that you should not risk missing ''what everybody will be talking about on Monday'' because ''The X Files'' has ''been abducted'' from Friday to Sunday night, and that ''Living
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TELEVISION REVIEW;Show Sags, So It Gets A Wedding For Ratings
NYTimes - about 21 years
Anemic ratings? Get yourself a wedding episode. At least that's what Fox Broadcasting is betting on for tonight's installment of "Party of Five," a series that, despite a scattering of favorable reviews, still languishes in the bottom quarter of the weekly ratings lists. In fact, "Party of Five" is a somewhat unusual Fox effort, its low-key
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Review/Theater; Giving One-Act Plays Fairest Shot at Success
NYTimes - almost 25 years
For 15 years the Ensemble Studio Theater has celebrated spring with a festival of one-act plays, introducing new playwrights and encouraging more experienced ones to flex their talents. Naturally the quality of the writing varies, but the directing and acting invariably show a play in the best possible light or demonstrate how a play has fallen
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