Richard Tyson
American actor
Richard Tyson
Richard Martin Tyson is an American actor.
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Dog Helps Owner Win Big In Lottery
Huffington Post - about 4 years
SALT LAKE CITY -- A group of blue collar University of Utah workers will split $1 million in lottery winnings thanks to a set of keys left in a truck and an ornery little dog named "Stella." Thirteen years after playing the same set of numbers every month in the Idaho lottery, the group of 33 workers who work on heating and cooling university buildings hit pay dirt when Steve Hughes left his truck running to keep his dog "Stella" warm while he went inside to a gas station near Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, on Jan. 6. Utah has no lottery. When he returned to his truck, his miniature pincher had locked him out by putting her paw on the manual lock. Hughes, 29, planned to buy the ticket elsewhere, but instead he had his girlfriend buy it there while he tried to pick the lock with a slim jim. He eventually coached Stella to put her paws on the electronic window button in the back seat, allowing Hughes to get in the car. What seemed like an annoying delay that day tur ...
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Saucy! Danielle Harris on the Set of Ghosts of Goodnight Lane - ShockTillYouDrop.com
Google News - over 5 years
Billy Zane, Lacey Chabert, Danielle Harris, Matt Dallas and Richard Tyson star. For more, read the original announcement about the film here. David was dumb to choose Darlene over her.... Well seems Danielle is working her way down the latter into to
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'Trapped' in a store with Dobermans? - Tulsa World
Google News - over 5 years
It was your basic mismatched buddy cop show, the buddies in this case being detective partners Charlie Battles (John Ashton, no ponytail) and Joe “Kaz” Kaczierowski (the ponytailed Richard Tyson), whose fractious relationship belied the fact that deep
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IL TELECOMANDO, LA GUIDA TV DI DM: 11 AGOSTO 2011. SU SKY CINEMA C'E' 20 SIGARETTE - DavideMaggio.it
Google News - over 5 years
Film di Roscoe Lever e interpretato da Billy Zane, Alexander Nevsky, Robert Davi, Bai Ling, Armand Assante, Estelle Raskin, Christina Vidal, Andrew Divoff, Sarah Jayne Jensen, Richard Tyson. Prodotto nel 2010 in USA. Trama: Una ragazza insieme a un
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Three Rochester City Council primaries possible - Rochester City Newspaper
Google News - over 5 years
Republicans Richard Tyson and Andreas Rau have also filed petitions to run for Council. Tyson is seeking Spaull's East District seat, and Rau is seeking Palumbo's Northwest District seat. The petitions are still subject to challenges, so none of the
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GOP readies for City Council race - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
The city Republican Committee announced this week that Richard Tyson, who lives in Cobbs Hill, will run against east district representative and current Vice President Elaine Spaull. Andreas Rau, who lives in the city's Maplewood neighborhood,
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John McAndrew is coming - Albert Lea Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
McAndrew's music is also featured in the new film starring Jennifer Espisito, Olympia Dukakis, Charles Durning and Stacy Keach called “Jesus, Mary and Joey.” His music is also in the new film called “Jake's Corner” starring Richard Tyson and Dianne
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Video: Willow Grove Churches Give Thanks for 300th Anniversary - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
The Festival of Praise was coordinated through Calvary's senior pastor Richard Tyson, who is a member of the Willow Grove 300 steering committee. Tyson recounted how the steering committee members asked him if the churches in Willow Grove would be
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Debra Tickle Barnes - Laurinburg Exchange
Google News - almost 6 years
Jimmy Atkinson, Richard Tyson, and Janet Buffaloe officiating. Memorials may be made to Arran Lake Baptist Church, Homeless Ministry, c/o Marcie Mang, 1130 Bingham Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28304. Online condolences may be made at
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Worker deaths memorialized - MassLive.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Many family members of the recently killed were there, including the family of Richard Tyson. Tyson was killed when a forklift backing up at a high rate of speed crashed into the one he was using to access a high shelf at Yankee Candle, said Tyson's
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Stout to hold program on collective bargaining - Pierce County Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Richard Tyson, economics and ad hoc arbitrator for the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, will discuss the nature, purpose, prevalence and historical development of collective bargaining in the US; how collective bargaining in the public sector
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Explosion Extinguishes One of a North Carolina Town's Few Bright Spots
NYTimes - about 14 years
Before Wednesday, the 255 people who worked at this town's bustling medical-supply plant counted themselves lucky to work hard shifts mixing hot chemicals and stamping out syringes for $11 or $12 an hour. Good blue-collar jobs are hard to come by in Kinston, where tobacco and textiles reigned, then vanished, nothing has taken their place, and
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FILM REVIEW; Mission Of Mercy Goes Bad In Africa
NYTimes - about 15 years
''BLACK HAWK DOWN'' has such distinctive visual aplomb that its jingoism starts to feel like part of its atmosphere. Establishing mood through pictorial means is the director Ridley Scott's most notable talent. There may be no working director more accomplished at wringing texture out of the color blue than the prodigious and now prolific Mr.
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MOVIES: CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - over 15 years
LOVE, laughter and Academy Award-winning acting and writing light the way to choice films this week. Oscars for screenwriting (Horton Foote) and acting (Robert Duvall) capped the Australian director Bruce Beresford's efforts in TENDER MERCIES (1983). In a keenly observed tale played out against a bleak Texas landscape, Mr. Duvall stars as MacSlege,
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FILM REVIEW; Earth Capitulates in 9 Minutes to Mean Entrepreneurs From Space
NYTimes - almost 17 years
''Man is an endangered species,'' announces one of the titles at the beginning of the sci-fi lump ''Battlefield Earth.'' And after about 20 minutes of this amateurish picture, extinction doesn't seem like such a bad idea. Sitting through it is like watching the most expensively mounted high school play of all time. The film is stocked with evil
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Civil War Enemies, Drawn to Each Other
NYTimes - over 20 years
Chris Cooper, so powerful as the troubled and thoughtful sheriff in John Sayles's ''Lone Star,'' is just as compelling in a role that sends him back more than a century in time. In ''Pharaoh's Army,'' set in Kentucky in 1862, he is a Union Army captain, once an ordinary farmer, now trying to remain human and moral in the middle of war. This
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Review/Film; Appetites as Gigantic as His Talent
NYTimes - almost 25 years
"You know, you can't put everything in a story, so I left out a few things," Babe Ruth reportedly said about his 1948 autobiography. "Maybe there should have been two books, one for kids and one for adults." The new film about Ruth, "The Babe," has no room for separate versions. But it recounts a childlike success story at a time when adult-minded
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Review/Film; A School for Scandal, but a Scandal of a Different Sort
NYTimes - about 26 years
There are still a few skeptics who laugh at Arnold Schwarzenegger's overwrought muscles, Austrian accent and commitment to the monotone school of acting, but no one laughs at Arnold Schwarzenegger better than Arnold Schwarzenegger himself. As the dense brother who towered over his twin, Danny DeVito, in the hit "Twins," and as the mind-altered hero
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TV VIEW; TIMID PROGRAMMING, TEPID TELEVISION
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: If television reflects reality, however hazily, we the people would seem to be mired in growing confusion. While news and ''reality'' shows adopt questionable dramatization devices, entertainment formats drift ever further into inane diversions. Meanwhile, daytime shows like ''Geraldo'' are insisting that the land is being overrun by child
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Richard Tyson
    FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 45
    His brother John is the former District Attorney of Mobile County and was the Democratic Party nominee for Attorney General of Alabama in 2006.
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    He won the Peacemaker Award in Russia in 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Tyson is a 3° Freemason and a member of the Abba Shriners in Mobile. He currently lives near Hollywood with his wife and children.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1992
    Age 31
    One of Tyson's favorite roles is Genghis Khan from the 1992 film also starring Charlton Heston and Pat Morita.
    More Details Hide Details Due to insufficient funds the film was never completed. Tyson was born in Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Davidson High School in 1974 when he was 13 years old. He holds a master's degree in Fine Arts from Cornell University. He enjoys playing golf and appears regularly on the Mr. Cigar radio show in Los Angeles.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 26
    His most prominent role was as the villain Cullen Crisp, Sr. in Kindergarten Cop co-starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger. He also starred as high school bully Buddy Revell in the 1987 comedy Three O'Clock High.
    More Details Hide Details Tyson can also be seen in the Farrelly Brothers movies, Kingpin, Me, Myself & Irene and There's Something About Mary. The latter features Tyson as Detective Krevoy who questions (then attacks) Ben Stiller in a classic scene from the film. Tyson was the co-star of the television series Hardball alongside actor John Ashton in the 1980s. Tyson's recent films include The Fear Chamber, Richard III, Flight of the Living Dead (a film about a government-created virus that turns the dead into zombies being transported on a plane) in which he plays a Sky Marshal, No Bad Days starring Michael Madsen and the western Shoot First and Pray You Live also starring Jim Gaffigan and James Russo. He is also the lead in the horror film Big Bad Wolf, in which he plays a stepfather accused by his stepson of being a cruel and vicious werewolf.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Age 0
    Born on February 13, 1961.
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