Sam Groom
American actor
Sam Groom
Sam Groom is an actor most noted for his numerous roles on television. He portrayed the title role in the Canadian television series Dr. Simon Locke (1971, later renamed Police Surgeon). Prior to that, he had played Dr. Russ Matthews in the daytime soap Another World (1966-1971). He also played Hal Sterling, the father of a castaway family, on a little known 80s sci-fi television series, Otherworld. He later played Joseph Orsini in the soap opera All My Children in 1993.
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Grooms provides boost but Sooners lose Bedlam thriller 84-79 to No. 17 Cowboys in overtime
Fox News - about 4 years
Missing freshman sparkplug Buddy Hield because of a broken foot, Oklahoma got a big-time boost from backup point guard Sam Grooms in the Bedlam rivalry game.
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A lot of hay and a girl's love help nurse seized East Bethel horse back to health - Pioneer Press
Google News - over 5 years
There stomachs are slowly being reintroduced to grain and all Piper Mork, 11, and her brother, Sam, groom Lizzy, an 18-year-old Arabian horse at a farm in Lake Elmo. (Pioneer Press: Jean Pieri) of them have round-the-clock access to hay,
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Safe and at school - Rutland Herald
Google News - over 5 years
KILLINGTON — Sam Groom doesn't always ask for a shorter summer vacation. This time he did. It was Killington Elementary School's first day of classes Tuesday, after many families' livelihoods were threatened by massive flooding from
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Lake Isle Shelters Bronxville's Smallest Evacuee - The Daily Eastchester
Google News - over 5 years
Their friend, Sam Groom, lives in Brooklands Condos in Bronxville. The Kocic's arrived on Saturday afternoon, and on Sunday morning they were evacuated to the safe center when Groom's condo, located in the low lying areas around the Bronxville School,
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THEATER REVIEW: TALLER THAN A DWARF; Imagine Ralph Kramden in a Midlife Crisis
NYTimes - almost 17 years
The first uh-oh in ''Taller Than a Dwarf,'' a disastrous new comedy by Elaine May, comes in Matthew Broderick's very first speech. Popping up from beneath the rumpled bedclothes in an untidy brownstone apartment, cute with sleep, he addresses the audience in his high-pitched, winningly earnest manner. ''I'm Howard Miller,'' he says. ''I'm an urban,
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Who Decrees the Country's Good?
NYTimes - over 20 years
BRINGING back ''First Lady'' in connection with the Presidential race must have seemed like a sure thing. Someone had to do it. What Yale Repertory didn't count on was the tepidity of the play and the torpidity of the race. In production, thin and archaic 1930's comedies like this one, George S. Kaufman's only collaboration with Katharine Dayton, a
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Did Someone Say Mendacity? (No, Not That Play)
NYTimes - over 20 years
Send in the no-neck monsters. In David Beaird's ''900 Oneonta,'' the latest offering from the admirably tenacious, financially beleaguered Circle Repertory Company, there's just about everything else from a certain Tennessee Williams classic. There's a coarse, terminally ill and filthy-rich patriarch, who delights in taunting his greedy relatives
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SUNDAY VIEW; For Horton Foote The Pictures Speak Volumes
NYTimes - over 22 years
THERE'S A SUBLIMELY FUNNY moment in the second act of the Signature Theater Company production of Horton Foote's "Talking Pictures," now Off Off Broadway at the Kampo Cultural Center. A subsidiary character named Gladys, who ran off with another man five years earlier, has suddenly returned home expecting to pick up her marriage where it left off.
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THEATER REVIEW; The Aging Goats Are Sowing Oats
NYTimes - over 22 years
P. J. Barry's "Down by the Ocean" is a mildly distasteful comedy about four middle-aged brothers-in-law who gather once a year with their wives at a beach house on the Rhode Island shore. While the wives cavort in the water or build sand castles, the husbands stay on the porch and ogle Isabelle, the nubile young Italian who lives next door.
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Review/Theater; A Lonely Hollywood Hero In 'Price of Fame,' a Comedy
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Charles Grodin is one of those actors whom audiences are always glad to see - whether he is appearing as the wry star of an independent-minded film comedy (''Real Life'') or the saving grace of a Hollywood turkey (''Ishtar'') or an island of civility on a late-night television talk show. Even so, some theatergoers may find their affectionate
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TV WEEKEND; 'OTHERWORLD,' A NEW FANTASY-ADVENTURE ON CBS
NYTimes - about 32 years
ONE fairly reliable yardstick for determining the probable silliness of a television show is seeing how much of the plot is revealed in the opening teasers. ''Otherworld,'' a CBS series beginning tomorrow night at 8 on Channel 2, spills just about all of its story in a few seconds of clips. That may be a silliness record. Being marketed as a
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TV: HOFFA VS. KENNEDY, A 2-PART DRAMATIZATION
NYTimes - almost 34 years
WE are in the presence, or at least the shadow, of real people in ''Blood Feud,'' the two-part docudrama, part of ''Operation Prime Time,'' starting on Channel 11 at 8 tonight. One real person is Robert F. Kennedy; another is James R. Hoffa - ''ambitious, clever men with an instinct for power,'' the prologue says, adding that ''one used the law;
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TV WEEKEND; CHILD'S VIEW OF DIVORCE
NYTimes - over 35 years
''THE DAY the Loving Stopped,'' a movie on ABC-TV at 9 o'clock tonight, stars Dennis Weaver and Valerie Harper, but the picture belongs to Dominique Dunne, who plays their daughter Judy Danner. Liz Coe's script examines divorce from the point of view of the children. The story opens as Judy is preparing to marry her college boyfriend (James
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sam Groom
    FIFTIES
  • 1993
    Age 54
    He later played Joseph Orsini in the soap opera All My Children in 1993.
    More Details Hide Details He also made guest appearances in Law & Order, Murder, She Wrote, The Love Boat, Hill Street Blues, Quincy M.E., and The Time Tunnel (as Jerry).
  • FORTIES
  • 1980
    Age 41
    He was married in 1980, and then divorced in 1982 from actress Suzanne Rogers.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1964
    Age 25
    He has three children from his first marriage (1962 - 1974) to Kathleen Sullivan, and three sons, Samuel (1962)Patrick 1964 (Christopher (1966).
    More Details Hide Details I also has a daughter Karen (1961) He currently teaches acting at HB Studio in New York.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1939
    Age 0
    Born in 1939.
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