Terry Kilburn
Actor
Terry Kilburn
Terry Kilburn is an English-American former child actor. He is sometimes credited as Terence Kilburn or Terrance Kilburn. Kilburn was born in London in 1926. Known for his innocent, dreamy, doe-eyed look, he achieved fame at the age of 11 portraying Tiny Tim in the 1938 MGM film version of A Christmas Carol, and also as four generations of the Colley family in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939).
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News
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Water main break floods several blocks of Detroit
Seattle Pi - about 3 years
Among the vehicles trapped by the rising water from the city's latest water main break was a police car, which crews pushed from the icy water using a construction vehicle. On Friday, street flooding caused by a water main break on the city's east side left several vehicles stuck in water and ice, prompting a rescue by police officers on construction equipment. "There's about 4 feet of frost on the ground, and even the slightest temperature swing can break an old line," Terry Kilburn, the city's sewer maintenance supervisor, told The Bay City Times.
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Tracersinfo.com Slashes its Search Prices - PR Web (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
“We've been working very hard to create searches that combine the freshest, most complete data at the best prices,” stated Terry Kilburn, Tracers Chief Operating Officer. “Our Premium People searches combine data from hundreds of unique sources
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Music festival at Tansley pub - Matlock Today
Google News - over 5 years
Clayfest will feature performances by 15 East Midlands bands and artistes including The Ornamental Gentlemen, Chloe And The Tomcats, Terry Kilburn, Mark Haworth, Joe Walsh and Causeway Lane. The entertainment starts at 2pm on both days
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Bay City sees thefts of dozens of catch basin covers - The Bay City Times - MLive.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Terry Kilburn, the city's sewer maintenance supervisor, said the thefts began in early April and have continued through last week. He said the steel grates, which can weigh up to 175 pounds are being lifted off the curb-side catch basins,
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What's On Tonight
NYTimes - about 9 years
9 P.M. (Sundance) TOUCH THE SOUND (2004) By the time she was a teenager, Evelyn Glennie, right, a piano student, had lost much of her hearing. But instead of abandoning music, she decided to become a percussionist after a teacher suggested she remove her hearing aids and learn to ''feel'' musical intervals by pressing her head to a wall and
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Keeping Your Enemies Close
NYTimes - over 10 years
IF you found yourself running a company suddenly branded one of the most reviled in the country -- if, for example, you noticed that visitors to Consumerist.com, a heavily visited consumer Web site, voted yours as the second ''worst company in America'' and you had just been awarded the 2005 ''Lifetime Menace Award'' by the human rights group
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Terry Kilburn
    FORTIES
  • 1970
    Age 43
    From 1970–94, Kilburn was artistic director of Oakland University's Meadow Brook Theatre in Rochester, Michigan.
    More Details Hide Details Meadow Brook Theatre is Michigan's only LORT theatre. It presents classic plays, comedies and musicals, and is known for its annual production of Dickens' A Christmas Carol, adapted by Kilburn's partner Charles Nolte. Kilburn resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His partner of over fifty years, actor Charles Nolte, died in January 2010.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1944
    Age 17
    In 1944, he also worked in The Keys of the Kingdom, starring Gregory Peck, but his scenes were cut.
    More Details Hide Details He had a small part in his last film, Lolita (1962).
  • 1938
    Age 11
    Known for his innocent, dreamy, doe-eyed look, he achieved fame at the age of 11 portraying Tiny Tim in the 1938 MGM film version of A Christmas Carol, and also as four generations of the Colley family in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939).
    More Details Hide Details He also played leading roles in two Freddie Bartholomew films, Lord Jeff (1938) and Swiss Family Robinson (1940). He was featured in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) with Basil Rathbone. Kilburn had a small role in National Velvet (1944).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Kilburn was born in London in 1926.
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