Salome Jens
Actress
Salome Jens
Salome Jens is an American stage, film and television actress. She is perhaps best known for portraying the Female Changeling on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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Stage Raw: Sermon on the Mound - LA Weekly (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
On the 75th birthday of family matriarch Teresa (Salome Jens), her devoted daughter Marsha (Elyssa Davalos) thinks she has collected enough points from her two sisters and family to allow Teresa to live another year. More than just being the emotional
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BAKERSFIELD MIST Comes To The Fountain Theater, Opens June 11 - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
... Sweet Nothing in My Ear (Fountain Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago, Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis), the LA premiere of Steven Dietz's Lonely Planet, The Seagull (starring Philip Bakert Hall and Salome Jens), The Boys in the Band,
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May 6: Smallville Season 10, Episode 20 'Prophecy' airs on The CW at 8.00pm. - Superman Homepage
Google News - almost 6 years
May 8: Salome Jens, Martha Kent in the Superboy TV series, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1935. May 11: Gerard Christopher, the second actor to play the lead role in the Superboy TV series, born in New York City, New York in 1959
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ON THE TOWNS; GOING OUT
NYTimes - almost 13 years
A guide to cultural and recreational goings-on around the state this week. Items may be submitted by mail to On the Towns, Sunday New Jersey Section, The New York Times, 229 West 43d Street, New York, N.Y. 10036; by fax to (212) 556-7219, or by e-mail to njtowns@nytimes.com. Theater AFRICAN GLOBE THEATERWORKS ''Sermon on the Mount'' by Louis E.
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THEATER REVIEW; AIDS Epidemic, 10 Years Later
NYTimes - about 16 years
PLAYS in progress are everywhere. But the New Jersey Repertory Company here is a case of theaters in progress. In its 70-seat Lumia Theater, the company has put on 16 productions. But ''Raft of the Medusa'' is the first play to be produced at the 50-seat Pearl and Solomon Dwek Theater. Call it a theater within the theater. To tell the truth, it's
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ON THE TOWNS; GOING OUT
NYTimes - over 16 years
An opinionated guide to cultural and recreational goings-on around the state this week. Items may be submitted by mail to On the Towns, Sunday New Jersey Section, The New York Times, 229 West 43d Street, New York, N.Y. 10036; by fax to (212) 556-7219, or by e-mail to njtowns@nytimes.com. Theater BANANAS COMEDY CLUB Quentin Heggs with Robert
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - over 16 years
Fourth of July It would be hard to find an Independence Day celebration more Main Street, U.S.A. than the one staged every year at Mystic Seaport. The staff gets decked out in 19th-century Sunday best, Uncle Sam leads a parade through the grounds in his red, white and blue tails and top hat, and a roster of orators sound off on the significance of
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THEATER; Queens of the Stage, One Playing a Third
NYTimes - over 17 years
TWO grand ladies of the theater opened on the very same night. Who said life is not beautiful? One, Julie Harris, is, thank heaven, often with us. ''I love to work,'' she says in a perfect summary of an extraordinary life in the theater. Miss Harris is starring in a new play, ''Scent of the Roses,'' by Lisette Lecat Ross, at the Helen Hayes
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THEATER; Standard Repertory, And the Not-So-Standard
NYTimes - over 17 years
AND there shall be musicals. So sang the muse of New Jersey's professional theaters, for it is the musical theater that strikes the dominant chord in the new season's repertory. Of course, there is the old. That means 30 years or more. Take ''Jacques Brel Is Alive . . .,'' etc., -- please -- at Luna Stage in Montclair, and ''The Fantasticks'' at
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THEATER; Bringing the Words Of a Poet to Life On a Westport Stage
NYTimes - over 17 years
LUCILLE LORTEL would have approved. After today's memorial tribute to the late producer -- ''A Celebration of Life'' at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport at 6 P.M. -- the theater's summer season will go on. It is to begin officially, and auspiciously, with two performances of a one-woman show at 8 P.M. next Saturday and Sunday by
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FILM REVIEW; What Can You Do at Death's Door? You Can Laugh
NYTimes - over 17 years
Although ''I'm Losing You'' was adapted from Bruce Wagner's scabrous, razor-sharp Hollywood novel by Mr. Wagner himself, it bears surprisingly slender resemblance to his book. Acerbic as it is, Mr. Wagner's first film is still very much the watered-down version. That ought to be enough, since on film, ''I'm Losing You'' unfolds in a doom-tinged,
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Henry James on Film
NYTimes - about 20 years
To the Editor: In her essay ''Henry James: Losing It at the Movies'' (Jan. 19), Laura Miller says, ''If 'The Portrait of a Lady' presents a cinematic challenge, 'The Jolly Corner' seems unfilmable.'' Not only has it already been filmed, but it was done convincingly and chillingly. I refer to the 1977 PBS production for the ''American Short Story''
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In the Trenches: Pain, Poison, Poetry
NYTimes - over 20 years
PBS anticipates what was once known as Armistice Day with tomorrow's opening salvo of a history of the war that failed to end all wars. Without neglecting the political and strategic view, ''The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century'' gets into the trenches and into the feelings of soldiers and their families, nurses, black recruits from
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Salome Jens
    FORTIES
  • 1976
    Age 40
    In 1976 she played the role of Mae Olinski on the soap spoof Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.
    More Details Hide Details She has a very distinctive and sultry voice, and has also narrated a number of documentaries including The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century and the film "Clan of the Cave Bear" starring Darryl Hannah. She also voiced the female guardian in the Green Lantern movie (2011).
  • THIRTIES
  • 1967
    Age 31
    She also appeared in the I Spy episode "A Room with a Rack" in 1967, as a globe-trotting pilot friend of Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott.
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  • 1966
    Age 30
    She also appeared in the 1966 film Seconds by John Frankenheimer, in a 1963 episode of The Outer Limits, "Corpus Earthling", and in 1981's Harry's War.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1935
    Born
    Born on May 8, 1935.
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