Russell Harvard
American actor
Russell Harvard
Russell Wayne Harvard is an American film and stage actor. He made his feature film debut in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood (2007), playing opposite Daniel Day-Lewis as his adopted grown son, H.W. Plainview. In the 2010 biopic The Hammer, he portrayed deaf NCAA championship wrestler and UFC mixed martial arts fighter Matt Hamill.
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Kim Cattrall, Ricky Martin And More Up For Theater Awards
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
The Drama League Awards may not be quite as prestigious as the Tonys, but they have a few years on them. Established in 1922 and made official in 1935 (the Tonys began in '47), the awards honor the best in theater both on and off Broadway. The League announced their nominations today, and the list includes many of the names we expect to be seeing from the Tonys when they announced their nominations next Tuesday. Raven-Symone (currently starring in "Sister Act" on Broadway), Megan Hilty and Justin Long announced the nominees for the awards' five categories -- Distinguished Production of a Play, Distinguished Production of a Musical, Distinguished Revival of a Play, Distinguished Revival of a Musical and the Distinguished Performance Award, for which more than 50 actors -- male and female -- were nominated. The winner can only receive the award once during his or her career, according to Broadway World, which hosted a livestream of the announcement. Check out the full list ...
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Outer Critics Circle Awards Nominations 2011-12
The Faster Times - almost 5 years
The Outer Critics Circle announced the first of this year’s New York theater award nominations. The winners will be announced May 24th at Sardi’s. OUTSTANDING NEW BROADWAY PLAY The Lyons One Man, Two Guvnors Seminar Stick Fly OUTSTANDING NEW BROADWAY MUSICAL Bonnie & Clyde Newsies Once Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark OUTSTANDING NEW OFF-BROADWAY PLAY Blood and Gifts The School for Lies Sons of the Prophet Tribes OUTSTANDING NEW OFF-BROADWAY MUSICAL Death Takes a Holiday Lucky Guy Play It Cool Queen of the Mist OUTSTANDING BOOK OF A MUSICAL (Broadway or Off-Broadway) Newsies Nice Work If You Can Get It Once Queen of the Mist OUTSTANDING NEW SCORE (Broadway or Off-Broadway) Bonnie & Clyde Death Takes a Holiday Newsies Queen of the Mist OUTSTANDING REVIVAL OF A PLAY (Broadway or Off-Broadway) The Best Man Death of a Salesman The Lady From Dubuque Private Lives OUTSTANDING REVIVAL OF A MUSICAL (Broadway or Off-Broadway) Carrie Evita ...
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Russell Harvard Finds Life Parallels ‘Tribes’ Role
NYTimes - almost 5 years
Russell Harvard, a partially deaf actor, plays a partially deaf man in “Tribes.”
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Russell Harvard Finds Life Parallels ‘Tribes’ Role
NYTimes - almost 5 years
Russell Harvard, a partially deaf actor, plays a partially deaf man in “Tribes.”
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Matt Hamill Announces Retirement - SB Nation
Google News - over 5 years
His struggles and hardships have been the subject of numerous media, including the upcoming, critically-acclaimed film starring Russell Harvard, entitled "Hamill", that documents his early life and wrestling career. Truly, Hamill is a unique athlete in
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La verdadera historia de un sordo campeón de lucha libre: Matt Hamill - Diario Signo
Google News - over 5 years
Hamill, interpretado por el actor Russell Harvard, supera todos los obstáculos con el apoyo, especialmente de abuelo. Después participar en el programa de lucha libre de la Universidad de Purdue, Hamill se matricula en el Instituto Rochester de
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'Hamill' tells inspirational story of deaf fighter who continues to win - The Canadian Press
Google News - over 5 years
At the heart of the movie is a deft, understated performance by Russell Harvard, the deaf actor who plays Hamill. You may remember Harvard for his brief appearance as Daniel Day-Lewis' grown-up son HW at the end of "There Will be Blood
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Hamill hammers out a loud and clear warning to Rampage - News of the World
Google News - almost 6 years
Hamill, born deaf, says he has learned to adapt to his environment "There Will Be Blood" actor Russell Harvard plays the MMA star and the light-heavyweight slugger said: "I was involved in the whole process of the film. "I saw the first draft of the
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