Scott Bairstow
Canadian actor/ Musician
Scott Bairstow
Scott Hamilton Bairstow is a Canadian actor known for his roles as "Newt Call" on the Lonesome Dove series in Canada and as "Ned Grayson" on the American television drama series, Party of Five. He was born in Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada to Douglas and Diane Bairstow, professional classical musicians.
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FILMUL EVZ: Iubire şi nemurire - Evenimentul Zilei
Google News - over 5 years
Părinţii, Angus (William Hurt) şi Mae (Sissy Spacek), şi copiii, Miles (Scott Bairstow) şi Jesse (Jonathan Jackson), au încetat să mai îmbătrânească cu mai bine de un secol în urmă, după ce au băut dintr-un izvor fermecat, o adevărată fântână a
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Chi l'ha visto: Significant Others - Itasa Blog
Google News - over 5 years
Interpretato da Scott Bairstow (Party of Five). Campbell Chasin è il tipico personaggio sognatore e sfigato con le ragazze e pecora nera della famiglia. Prima si trova costretto a dire addio al suo lavoro di manager di una band quando i componenti
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Crunch time for Crest - Halifax Evening Courier
Google News - over 5 years
County player Mark Regan showed the way with a 21-10 win over Scott Bairstow while Justin Harris had a fine 21-11 success over Mick Walsh. The sides had five winners each but Hill Crest took the two extra points courtesy of a 179-168 scoreline
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WHAT'S ON
NYTimes - over 10 years
10 P.M. (Discovery Channel, DTimes) ADDICTED TO OIL: THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN REPORTING -- The cry of ''Go Green!'' is ricocheting around the country as the war on terror takes a toll on the American economy, and global warming, conservation and energy alternatives become more important than ever to national security. In this hourlong special, Mr.
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; One Drink of Water, Lifelong Consequences
NYTimes - over 14 years
Tuck Everlasting Alexis Bledel, William Hurt, Sissy Spacek, Jonathan Jackson, Scott Bairstow, Ben Kingsley, Amy Irving, Victor Garber Directed by Jay Russell PG 90 minutes At the start we sense that the Tuck family is in it for the long haul when the loving Mae Tuck (Ms. Spacek) tells us that she checks in on her two grown sons, Jesse (Mr. Jackson)
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FILM REVIEW; You Only Live Once, But You Can Make It Last
NYTimes - over 14 years
The Tucks are an odd lot: a family of four, headed by gentle Angus (William Hurt) and girlish Mae (Sissy Spacek) and completed by the dreamy teenager Jesse (Jonathan Jackson) and his surly older brother, Miles (Scott Bairstow). They've been living in their simple cabin in the woods, somewhere in the vicinity of the small New England town of
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FILM; Falling for a Children's Tale of an Age-Old Wish
NYTimes - over 14 years
IN 1975, the children's author Natalie Babbitt published a slim, ruminative novel called ''Tuck Everlasting.'' From the moment it appeared, it has been fiercely loved by children and their parents for its honest, intelligent grappling with aging and death. It seems appropriate, then, that the novel's new film adaptation had its genesis (more than
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TELEVISION REVIEW; An Upstart News Team On the Beat
NYTimes - over 14 years
The people behind ''Breaking News,'' a new drama that has its debut on Bravo tonight, are certainly trying hard. They've got pulsating music, development-a-minute plots, herky-jerky camera work, characters with conflict-filled lives. But alas, there's an underlying reason that shows like ''E.R.'' and ''The West Wing'' and ''Law and Order'' are
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'New Best Friend'
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Directed by Zoe Clarke-Williams R, 91 minutes The biggest mystery in ''New Best Friend,'' a preposterous, prurient whodunit set on a North Carolina college campus, is how a charismatic rising star like Taye Diggs got stuck in the thankless role of a police officer investigating a drug overdose. As Artie, the acting sheriff who is stonewalled by
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Nice Hometown Girl With Orange-Green Eyes
NYTimes - over 15 years
Tonight's opening episode of ''Wolf Lake'' on CBS begins with some hints of what's to come. But you could easily miss the foreshadowing, overshadowed as it is by the show's mandatory exercise of its nighttime network leeway to engage in -- wink, wink, nudge, nudge -- adult content. A Seattle police detective, John Kanin (Lou Diamond Phillips),
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TV NOTES; 'Realm' Reincarnated
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Five months after it was canceled by Fox, Chris Carter's ''Harsh Realm'' will return to television on Friday night on the FX cable network. That must represent sweet vindication for Mr. Carter, creator of Fox's very successful ''X-Files,'' now in its season. Though the ''Harsh Realm'' debut on Oct. 8 was watched by 7.5 million viewers, only 3.7
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TV WEEKEND; Pressing the Escape Button Won't Get You Home
NYTimes - over 17 years
Warning: Chris Carter wants to hijack your brain. Again. And after shuddering through tonight's premiere of ''Harsh Realm'' on Fox, you may be ready to surrender. Mr. Carter, the creator of ''The X-Files'' and ''Millennium,'' has concocted another nightmare world. This time he plunks you down inside a virtual-reality simulation that's virtually
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THE ANNOTATED LISTINGS -- TELEVISION/RADIO
NYTimes - over 17 years
September ACTION Surely the most talked about new show of the season. A comedy about a Hollywood producer of action films who hurls abuse and crude language in all directions and occasionally gets his comeuppance. Lots of ''in'' Hollywood stuff, including cameos by real stars. Jay Mohr is the producer; Illeana Douglas plays a child star turned
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Prime Time: Starting Out In L.A. at 25
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Oh, to be 25 again, right? If you're any distance beyond that age of infinite possibility, ''Significant Others,'' a new drama that has its premiere tonight on Fox, will leave you with a twinge of envy. But you'll surely savor what you've gained with experience as well. This appealing tease of a show was thought up by Amy Lippman and Christopher
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COVER STORY; Exploring a Time of Life When Choices Are No Longer Made by Chance
NYTimes - almost 19 years
AMY LIPPMAN is just 34, but she grows nostalgic when talking about her 20's, when she was a writer fresh out of Harvard, living in New York, and a cab ride was the gateway to adventure. The purest reflection of those happy times, recalled Ms. Lippman, the co-creator of ''Party of Five,'' was a late night dinner at which she impulsively ordered lamb
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Two Tough Guys Meddling In the Prelude to the Alamo
NYTimes - about 19 years
Remember the Alamo? The TNT movie ''Two for Texas,'' which has its premiere tomorrow night at 8, tries to be too many things at once -- road film, neo-western, love story -- but it does succeed in being a reminder of a time when a small number of people had a significant effect on the course of American history. And it offers the not-so-frequent
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TAKING THE CHILDREN
NYTimes - over 19 years
Wild America Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Devon Sawa, Scott Bairstow Directed by William Dear PG 110 minutes In a film based on a true story, three teen-age brothers (Mr. Thomas, Mr. Sawa and Mr. Bairstow) spend their 1967 summer vacation traveling the country with their new movie camera, determined to become wildlife filmmakers. They encounter a hungry
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Three Brothers in Search of Wildlife
NYTimes - over 19 years
Child actors don't get more coyly camera-wise than Jonathan Taylor Thomas, the 15-year-old star and narrator of ''Wild America,'' a tepid family adventure film whose grizzly bears appear only slightly more threatening than giant stuffed animals. As Marshall Stouffer, the youngest of three brothers, growing up in Fort Smith, Ark., in 1967, Mr.
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A Teen Idol Outgrowing His Image
NYTimes - over 19 years
INSIDE AN OLD-FASHIONED TELEPHONE BOOTH near Savannah, Ga., the star of ''Wild America,'' an adventure story for young audiences, was filming a pivotal scene. A willful 12-year-old boy, having stowed away on his older brothers' cross-country trip, calls home to beg his mother's permission to travel with them as they shoot their first nature
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TAKING THE CHILDREN: From Naked Guns and Fangs to Thumbelina; White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf
NYTimes - almost 23 years
With this issue, the Arts and Leisure section starts a new feature appearing every other week: Taking the Children. It will have synopses of movies with notes on elements that some parents may find objectionable. The items are contributed by Janet Maslin, who is the Times's chief film critic and has sons aged 8 and 4; Patricia S. McCormick, a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Scott Bairstow
    THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 33
    In 2004, Bairstow guest-starred on the two-part series finale of Touched by an Angel, playing a handyman named Zach,and later in the episode, God.
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  • 2003
    Age 32
    In December 2003, he pleaded guilty to a lesser charge—second degree assault.
    More Details Hide Details Bairstow entered an Alford plea, under which he maintained his innocence but conceded that he would likely be convicted by a jury if the case went to trial. He was sentenced to four months in jail, one year community supervision, and was required to undergo a sexual deviancy evaluation. He was also ordered to have no contact with the girl for 10 years and to pay for any counseling she requires.
    In May 2003, Bairstow was charged in Everett, Washington with second degree child rape for allegedly sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, who is related to Bairstow's ex-wife, and later asking her to keep quiet about it.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 23
    Bairstow was married to Marty Rich from 1994 to 2000, and has two sons, William (1995) and Derek (1998).
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Born
    Born on April 23, 1970.
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