Sharon Maughan
Actress
Sharon Maughan
Sharon Maughan is a British actress.
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News
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Publicis snatches £8m Nescafé account from McCann - CampaignLive
Google News - over 5 years
During that time, McCann was responsible for introducing the Gold Blend couple, played by Sharon Maughan and Anthony Head. In 1993, after six years of appearing in the ads, the couple finally got together, and 30 million UK TV viewers tuned in to see
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Classic TV adverts still bring back happy memories - News & Star
Google News - over 5 years
Although a bit cheesey, the ad which was centred around the couple played by Anthony Stewart Head and Sharon Maughan certainly caught the viewers interest. You got an Ology? Yes BT came up trumps when it introduced Beattie, a stereotypical Jewish
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Will Smith: Men in Black III and maybe the next Tarantino flick? - The BQB (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... character goes back in time to 1969 where he meets young Agent K and famous figures of the time such as Yoko Ono. The film also stars Emma Thompson, Nicole Scherzinger and Alice Eve, the daughter of British actors Trevor Eve and Sharon Maughan
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Men in Black 3: Will Smith and Josh Brolin as a young Tommy Lee Jones - Daily Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
The film also stars Emma Thompson, Nicole Scherzinger and Alice Eve, the daughter of British actors Trevor Eve and Sharon Maughan. Smith is currently the focus of speculation regarding another film, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained
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A beaut little thriller - The Australian
Google News - almost 6 years
Anyway, it played out as a satisfactory hostage drama in which a botanist working in South Africa (Sharon Maughan) is kidnapped and Eve's hostage negotiator Dominic King is set the task to bring her back. It was enjoyable enough
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Cinderella's Convertible, The Prince On a Cycle
NYTimes - about 15 years
If Barbie can do ''The Nutcracker,'' why shouldn't Beeban Kidron reinvent ''Cinderella'' as a quirky, independent film? Shopping may be slow this Christmas, but there's an abundance of holiday specials, and anything goes. On HBO's '' 'Twas the Night,'' a charming homage to Clement C. Moore's classic ''Visit From St. Nicholas,'' Macy Gray gives a
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING -- ADDENDA; A New Commercial For Taster's Choice
NYTimes - about 23 years
A skeleton seems to jump out of the closet in the latest installment of the serial advertising campaign for Taster's Choice instant coffee created by McCann-Erickson New York. The commercial is the eighth in the series, which has generated considerable publicity and helped increase sales of Taster's Choice. It picks up after a spot in which the
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING -- ADDENDA; Taster's Choice Pair In Paris Rendezvous
NYTimes - almost 24 years
The pot thickens for the Taster's Choice couple as the pair return to television next week for part seven of their serial advertising campaign for the instant coffee created by McCann-Erickson New York. The new commercial is the most amorous episode yet. The flirtatious spot picks up where the sixth spot left off in January, with viewers wondering
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THE SEXES; Steamy TV: Coffee Opera
NYTimes - over 24 years
HOW often does anyone actually extend a romantic late-night invitation to share several cups of coffee? Think about it: it's a terrible idea. Even if the scene is staged prettily, in a cozy room beside a roaring fire, the conversation is liable to be something short of soothing once the caffeine kicks in. One party may fidget; the other may sweat;
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Leaving Consumers on the Edge of Their Seats
NYTimes - almost 25 years
THE three most popular words in American advertising these days may not be "Just do it" or "Gotta have it," but "To be continued." More and more advertisers are asking their agencies to come up with serial or episodic campaigns that mimic the cliffhangers of radio and television soap operas, from "Ma Perkins" in the 1930's to "Homefront" in the
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING -- ADDENDA; Taster's Choice Couple Return in Commercials
NYTimes - over 25 years
The couple whose coy coffee commercials have charmed consumers is returning to television next week, amid plans for further installments in their relationship to unfold next year. The pair, the actors Sharon Maughan and Anthony Head, have been featured in two television spots created by McCann-Erickson New York. The spots, which tell a continuing
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Review/Television; 2 Mysteries, Heavy on the Red Herrings
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Regarding a certain English police inspector, it can hardly be a coincidence that the addition of a single letter can change the name Morse into the adjective morose. As played by John Thaw, Chief Inspector Morse of Oxford is certainly the most dour detective regularly featured on public television's "Mystery" series. Tonight, at 8 on Channel 13
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