Randy Harrison
American actor
Randy Harrison
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02 November 1977
home town
State of New Hampshire
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Birth name
Randolph Clarke Harrison
Alma mater
University of Cincinnati
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Steven Suskin: Aisle View: In Search of a Safe (Sag) Harbor
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A harbor, according to old man Webster, is a protected port, a place of safety and security offering shelter for weary wanderers. Sag Harbor, the quaint village off Gardiner's Bay near the Eastern tip of New York's Long Island, was a major whaling port during the first half of the nineteenth century and today offers shelter to vacation homers who find the neighboring towns of South and East Hampton too upper East Side-y. Chad Beguelin's warm and funny Harbor is about a gay couple living in a perfectly-designed Greek revival bungalow in Sag Harbor that looks like a wedding cake. Their protected shelter is invaded by a pair of weary wanderers traveling by rusty van, rather than a leaky boat, in severe need of harbor. One of whom, it turns out, develops into something of a whale herself. Primary Stages brought the play into 59E59 last night, through September 8 -- although there is likely enough of an audience to warrant an extended off-Broadway transfer. Mark Lamos does ...
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Speak up
ABQ Journal - over 3 years
WHY IS THE UNM basketball practice facility named after Rudy Davalos? He is the AD who hired arguably the two worst coaches in the so-called modern era of Lobo basketball " Fran Fraschilla and Ritchie McKay. I believe UNM ultimately paid those guys a combined $800,000 to go away. Maybe Paul Krebs can put the naming rights to the Davalos Center up for grabs too, along with the Pit and University Stadium. " Robert, Albuquerque  FOOTBALL SEASON approaches and with it sure to come are more 'concussion discussions'. After enjoying watching the enormous knockout kick Holly Holm delivered to Allann Jones on AXS.tv, I wondered why are we so uptight these days about football when MMA sanctions near death matches and undoubtedly 'concussions' without pads or helmets? " Jeff Hartzer  THE BRITISH OPEN should go to Miguel Jiminez not such much because of his age and a respectable golfer.. but his ATTITUDE applicable to many facets in life. "Enjoy yourself what you do in life. That's what I'm ...
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Whitbread prepares for ‘more competitive’ markets
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 4 years
WHITBREAD, Britain’s biggest hotel and coffee shop operator, said it was preparing for more competitive markets in 2013 as two of its big rivals, Travelodge and Starbucks, shake off recent setbacks. The company said it would meet annual profit forecasts, even though heavy snow in January had slowed like-for-like sales growth in its fourth quarter to 2.7 per cent, hitting its restaurant business in particular. That was down from a rise of 3.3 per cent across the group in the third quarter. Whitbread has performed strongly through the economic turndown as customers trade down to its more affordable Premier Inn hotel rooms and flock to its ever-expanding Costa Coffee houses. Total sales rose 14.8 per cent in the 50 weeks to February 14. Chief executive Andy Harrison said Whitbread would counter competition by concentrating on offering good service to its 21 million monthly customers. Liberum Capital analyst Patrick Coffey said he still expected Whitbread to progress: “Our recent propr ...
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Whitbread boosted by strong business at Premier Inn and Costa Coffee
Daily Mail (UK) - over 4 years
Boss Andy Harrison said Costa had maintained its excellent momentum while Premier outperformed the mid-market and economy sector following a strong April.
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Rummage Sale On Til Sunday, New Interactive Map
Basking Ridge Patch - over 4 years
The semi-annual rummage sale to benefit the Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills is spread over 26 departments for this year's sale, running from Friday through Sunday, filled with thousands of items, from the useful to the tastefully decorative, along with a few outlandish pieces—consider the wooden carving of a giant fish swallowing a fisherman. There's furniture, clothing for men, women and children, books for all ages and tastes, electronics, lamp shades, Halloween costumes, artwork, toys, fine silver and more. The three-day sale will be held at the Far Hills Fairgrounds between 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and from 12:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. On the last day, bargain prices will slashed even further, and some departments will hold "bag sales" with a set price for a bag stuffed full of items. The sale goes on rain or shine. The items were donated by people from the area who for weeks delivered carloads of stuff from their garages, closets ...
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Oklahoma cop's lawyer says concern about racial discord created 'perfect storm' against client
Fox News - over 4 years
The attorney for a white Oklahoma police captain charged with felony manslaughter for shooting a fleeing black teen in the back contends the charges were filed against his client in part to prevent racial discord. Capt. Randy Harrison was charged last week with one count of first-degree manslaughter for the March 14 shooting of 18-year-old Dane Scott, Jr. Harrison had struggled with Scott and took a handgun away from him before the teen fled. Harrison's attorney Irven Box said Monday that racial unrest prompted by a shooting rampage by two white suspects that left three black people dead in Tulsa and the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida helped create a "perfect storm against my client." Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater didn't return telephone calls seeking comment.
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1520 KOKC; OK - over 4 years
Oklahoma County prosecutors have charged a veteran Del City police officer with felony manslaughter for allegedly shooting an unarmed teenager in the back. District Attorney David Prater charged Officer Randy Harrison today with one count of first-degree manslaughter. Del City Police Chief Phil Taylor says Harrison has been placed on administrative leave, but declined further comment today.
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Officer Charged In Shooting Death Of Unarmed Teen
KOCO- Oklahoma City - over 4 years
Del City Police Capt. Randy Harrison is accused of felony manslaughter in the death of Dane Scott Jr.
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‘Who’s on First?’ Discuss.
ABQ Journal - over 4 years
What do you think? I don’t know about you, but I love stuff like this. Thanks, Mr. Herrmann. We’re putting this questionnaire on ABQjournal.com and we want to hear from you. Pick one of the topics and just go, either online or to sportsspeakup@abqjournal.com. Then check back here on Sunday, when we’ll run some of the more thoughtful. I know our Journal staffers will want to weigh in on occasion. Plus, we’ll ask experts some of these questions as the season goes on. How does an Isotopes outfielder like Trent Oeltjen, for example, break in a new glove (No. 19)? What does Tommy Lasorda say about 50-year-old Dodger Stadium (No. 95)? I bet some of the local baseball historians, like Kris Shepard, could say a lot about a lot of these. As for me, a pet peeve is the unproductive sacrifice fly (No. 12). More on that later. — Randy Harrison, Journal This is not a test; it is a course. Welcome to Baseball 101, which this season consists entirely of unanswered questions. They are of ...
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Dominant run faces tough test; Hayfork vies to rebuild core - Record-Searchlight
Google News - over 5 years
"People say we are a top team again this season, but that's a bit of living off our reputation," Timberjacks football coach Randy Harrison said. "There are going to be some teams that are going to have something to say about that
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Staff predictions: Football season offers surprises - Record-Searchlight
Google News - over 5 years
The Tigers finally overtake Hayfork for the league crown with experience, discipline and big bodies. Dark horse — Hayfork. Timberjacks' head coach Randy Harrison may have lost his big time playmakers, but he knows how to be successful at that level
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Chesapeake to host Symphony Under the Stars - The Virginian-Pilot
Google News - over 5 years
"It's not just a concert for high-brow classical types," said L. Randy Harrison, the city's fine arts coordinator. "You see all ages, all types ready to have a good time. People bring their entire families. Many bring picnic dinners,
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Songs of the stage at church concert - Wilton Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Ms. Leigh recently performed in the Berkshire Theatre Festival production of The Who's Tommy with Broadway stars Randy Harrison and James Barry. As an actress and singer, she has performed in many theatrical productions and sings with The Carlton Maaia
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APR Cutline Increases: Impact on Lobos, Aggies? - ABQ Journal (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
Following the cue of President Mark Emmert's call for immediate changes, the NCAA's board of directors on Thursday approved a measure that would include postseason bans if teams fall
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PV church looks to special events - Pauls Valley Daily Democrat
Google News - over 5 years
Speakers will be Randy Harrison of Oklahoma City and Bill Jones of Stratford. The theme for 2011-2012 will be “Unwanted Things Coming Into The Lord's Church Unscriptural.” Church of Christ ministers are DC Johnson and Ricky Martin
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Lions game taps best in north state - Record-Searchlight
Google News - over 5 years
But that comes mainly due to the playmakers with whom North coach Randy Harrison filled his lineup. I'm excited to see what Harrison conjures up with those game-changing players. Harrison has been preaching secrecy and trying to hide his offense for
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Kevin Askeland: Who will be the star of Lions all-star game? Here are 10 ... - Record-Searchlight
Google News - over 5 years
Scott Harrison, Hayfork (North) — Sure he only played eight-man football last year, but he will be running his father's offense (dad Randy Harrison is taking his second turn as head coach in the Lions Game) and he certainly did that well last year,
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Photo Flash: CHICAGO Cast & Randy Harrison Visit SILENCE! - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
This past Saturday, July 23, Randy Harrison (Queer as Folk) and the entire cast and crew of Broadway's Chicago attended SILENCE! The Musical, Off-Broadway's newest smash hit, at Theatre 80. The 10:30 PM performance was particularly electric as
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Randy Harrison
Born on November 2, 1977.
Harrison made his television debut playing Justin Taylor, a gay teen, in 2000's American version of Queer as Folk, based upon the British television series.
The series ran for five seasons, ending in 2005.
In 2002, Harrison played the character "Sean" in a made-for-television movie entitled Bang Bang You're Dead, which is based on the play of the same name.
In 2002, Harrison starred in the play Deviant at the New York International Fringe Festival.
Harrison, who is openly gay, dated Advertising Age columnist Simon Dumenco from 2002 to 2008; the two met when Dumenco interviewed Harrison for a New York magazine cover story.
In the summer of 2004, Harrison made his Broadway debut as Boq in the musical Wicked.
His Off Broadway credits include "A Letter for Ethel Kennedy" (MCC Theatre, 2002), the Father in "Oak Tree" (Perry Street Theatre, 2006), Young Spencer in "Edward II" (Red Bull Theatre, 2007–2008),Eros in "Antony and Cleopatra" (Theatre for a New Audience, 2008), Laszlo Fickes/Gerhardt Zeitzler in "A Singing Forest" (Public Theatre, 2009), and Kevin Adams-Weller in "Harbor" (Primary Stages, 2013).
In 2006, Harrison co-founded the Arts Bureau (tAB) http://theartsbureau.com/, an umbrella organization encompassing theatre, film, music, and writing.
In July 2007, Harrison starred in the first play through tAB, a heartwarming story, ultimately, based on the work of Anton Chekhov.
In late 2007/early 2008, Harrison shot and starred in the first tAB short film,Thinking, which has shown at several film festivals and is currently available for purchase on the official tAB website.
In Summer 2008, tAB shot its first feature film, "Lorton Lake".
As of December 2009, Harrison lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with his cats Ella and Aggie.
Harrison has also done several staged readings for Red Bull Theatre, where he starred in their 'In the Raw' workshop production of "A Tyger's Heart" in February 2011.
Harrison has a substantial resume in regional theatre, most prominently as a featured player since 2005 at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. Roles with BTF include Alan Strang in "Equus" (2005), the title role in "Amadeus" (2006), Bill Bibbit in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (2007), Frank Gardner in "Mrs. Warren's Profession"(2007), Lucky in "Waiting for Godot" (2008), Osvald Alving in "Ghosts" (2009), Nagg in "Endgame" (2010), and the title character in "The Who's Tommy" (2011). Other regional theatre credits include Lysander/Thisbe/Cobweb in the Alabama Shakespeare Festival production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, presented in the Spring of 2006 by the SITI Company (where Harrison has studied extensively through Skidmore College and in Manhattan); Tom in the Guthrie Theater's production of The Glass Menagerie(2007); Andy Warhol in the Yale Repertory Theatre's production of Pop! (2009); Sebastian in the Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of "Twelfth Night" (2010); Tim in the Studio Theatre's production of "Habit of Art"; and Ken in the George Street Playhouse's production of "Red" (2012).
Harrison stars as Brutus in cinematographer/director/writer Patrick Donelley's upcoming post-modern feature film adaptation of Julius Caesar opposite actor John Shea as the title role, which as of 2012 is still in post-production.
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