Thomas Wilson Brown
American actor
Thomas Wilson Brown
Thomas Wilson Brown is an American actor, who began his career at the age of eleven by playing Augie, the nephew of Scott Glenn and Kevin Costners' characters in the Lawrence Kasden western classic Silverado. The son of a cattle rancher and rodeo queen, Thomas received his first role by answering a small advertisement in a local Santa Fe, New Mexico newspaper which was looking for a young boy who "could ride a horse.
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New Clive Barnes Award-Winners for Theatre and Dance Announced
Huffington Post - about 2 months
The 7th Annual Clive Barnes Award finalists prior to the awards ceremony at the Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center. From L to R: Khris Davis, Timothée Chalamet, Nora Schell, Juwan Crawley, Elena D'Amario, Spartak Hoxha, Indiana Woodward, and Andrea Yorita (Photo: Al Firstenberg) Khris Davis won the 2016 Clive Barnes Award for Theatre for his knockout performance in Marco Ramirez's The Royale, while Indiana Woodward, a standout member of the corps de ballet at New York City Ballet, won the Clive Barnes Award for Dance. The awards were announced amid an enthusiastic gathering of veteran performers, critics and fans at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater on Monday, January 9. Indiana Woodward The prolific theater and dance critic Clive Barnes, whose influence spanned two continents before his death in 2008, was an astute spotter of emerging talent. In Britain, he was an early champion of George Balanchine and Martha Graham. He also singled out the 19-year old Mikhail ...
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Viewfinder: A Photo Series, with Audience Participation
NYTimes - 9 months
The photographer Thomas Brown depicts sculptural still lifes of crumpled paper that resemble meteorites — and then asks viewers to “adopt” and name them.
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Sarah Pous, Thomas Brown V
NYTimes - about 1 year
The bride and groom work for investment firms in New York, where they met through mutual friends in 2010.
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Sarah Pous, Thomas Brown V
NYTimes - about 1 year
The bride and groom work for investment firms in New York, where they met through mutual friends in 2010.
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Bess Lovejoy: 13 Most Bizarre Stories Of Famous Corpses
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
In 1658, English writer Thomas Browne knew what he was taking about when he wrote, "But who knows the fate of his bones, or how often he is to be buried?" That's the unofficial tagline for Rest in Pieces: The Curious Fates of Famous Corpses. Like a morbid magpie, I've collected stories of the dead from across the centuries and continents, focusing on how famous corpses were treated by the living. The bodies and parts in Rest in Pieces have become mementos, means of accessing God, scientific specimens, and political footballs. They've been used to found cities, churches, and empires. And while historical and cultural remove can make some of the stories seem more strange than they would have to their participants, other tales in the book truly are bizarre. Below are 13 that strike me as the strangest.
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Merit Scholarship Program Commends 34 Students
Bridgewater Patch - over 4 years
A total of 34 students have been named “Commended Students” as part of the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program, according to a release from the Bridgewater-Raritan High School. Each student will receive a letter of commendation certificate from the National Merit Scholarship Program. A total of 34,000 students are being recommended for the program throughout the nation. According to the release, those students in the top 5 percent of more than 1.5 million who entered the contest in their 2011 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test were commended through the program. Those students recognized in Bridgewater are: Spencer Chang Evan Cohen Akhil Golla Michaela Harvis Kathryn Hong Sam Kulesa Lauren Kupper Seung Lee Smitha Pallaki Eileen Shentu Christopher Wu Thomas Brown Jennifer Chen Justin Do Kirby Gong Harrison He Jennifer Hsu Anish Kumar Molly Lathrop Emily Lu Ami Patel Humphrey Wang ...
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Police Honored For Investigation of Drug Trafficking Organization
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
The following is a release from the Burlington Police Department: The New England Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association recently awarded the Burlington Police Department Drug Unit with its “Special Recognition Award." The 42nd Annual Awards Banquet was held in Hyannis on May 24, 2012. Language from the ceremony:  “The Burlington Police Department started investigating the Christopher Patrick Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO) in late 2003. During the course of the investigation Detectives conducted controlled purchases of oxycodone from Patrick. Due to the DTO’s ability to avoid police detection the investigation slowed. In late 2008, the Burlington Police Department Drug Unit (BPDU), re-opened the Patrick case due to increased activity surrounding his residence. The BPDU conducted hundreds of hours of surveillance in the neighborhood attempting to identify customers. During this time the BPDU was able to arrest several people, which lead to the execution of search warr ...
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Rose “Rosie” Lee Ramey
Ashburn Patch - over 4 years
On May 21, 2012, God sent an Angel to collect one of his children. Rose “Rosie” Lee Ramey died at Inova Loudoun Hospital in Sterling, VA. Rose was born Dec. 23, 1923, and was predeceased by her parents Lee Benjamin and Martha Elizabeth Brown; her husband Wilbur C. Ramey Sr.; brothers Thomas Brown and James Brown; sister Martha Barber; and daughter Margret Ann Ramey. She is survived by her son Wilbur C. Ramey Jr. of Leesburg, VA, his wife Ruth, and granddaughter Rose; granddaughter Valerie Johnson of Norfolk, VA; great-grandson Eric Johnson of Gaithersburg, MD., his wife Precious and great, great grandchildren Ayna, Renee’ and Taylor; grandson William H. Johnson of Woodbridge, VA, his wife Donna, and great grandchildren Nicole, Michael, Lindsay Haymore and husband Cameron, and great, great-grandchild Laila; grandson Steve Johnson of Indianapolis, IN, his wife Theresa, and great-grandchild Vanessa; granddaughter Tonya Beaver of Inwood, WV, her husband John, and great grandchildren ...
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Izard County Sheriff's Report
Area Wide News - almost 5 years
Richard Thomas Brown, 53, of Pineville was arrested on April 28 for disorderly conduct and public intoxication. Brown was charged after a call about an unwelcome guests at a Calico Rock residence....
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Thomas Brown
Morris Daily Herald - almost 5 years
Mr. Thomas Brown, 92, of Morris, Ill., passed away Monday, April 30, 2012, at Morris Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center.
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Congrats in Order: GBS Honor Roll
Glenview Patch - almost 5 years
Information from Glenbrook South High School: Freshman: Elana Aavik, Aaron Ach, Melissa Achettu, Seby Achettu, Monica Adamczyk, Kiran Ajani, Tyler Aki, Zain Al-Khalil, Alexander Alwan, Anita Amlani, Andrijana Andelkovic, Noreen Andersen, Kelly Anderson, Regina Anderson, Sophia Andricopulos, Sruthi Anthony, Stavroula (Stef) Antonopoulos, Michael Arkema, Jordan Arrigo, Nicole Arzumanov, Nishanth Asokan, Matthew Baeckelandt, Vadik Bagdasarian, Emma Bass, Allison Berg, Michael Berg, Elizabeth Berlin, Johnathan Betsoleiman, Ruhi Bhaidani, Ambuj Bhalla, Rachel Bilimoria, Wesley Blodig, Jane Brennan, Lauren Brennan, Lexi Bright, Alexis Brill, Elena Britton, Abby Brown, Kaily Bruch,Ryan Buckingham, Colin Burrowes, Gabby Bursak, George Cahill, Diana Capota,Ermioni Carr, Shannon Carroll, Caroline Caspers, Justin Celnik, Sherin Chacko, Eunice Chang, Evan Chang, Supriya Cheriyampurathu, Rachel Chmielinski, Stacie Cho, Chan Mee Choi, Elizabeth Chong, Benya Chongolnee, Ryan Cleary, ...
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Minis travel to Blackpool
Pocklington Post - almost 5 years
A mixed season for Pocklington Under-8s culminated in them participating in the club’s minis tour to Blackpool over the weekend of 21 and 22 April. Despite the very wet journey from Blackpool to Preston Grasshoppers on the Sunday, the festival was blessed with unexpected and uninterrupted blue sky and sunshine. With the withdrawal of one team from the group, the under-8s were left with three group matches, and a possible semi-final and final. After a couple of hours wait, and a slow start, the boys’ opening match against Warrington reflected much of their season – strength in attack with tries from Johnny Raper, John Burley and Patrick Jessop, but inconsistency in defence conceding five tries. A tighter second match against Waterloo, due to determined tagging by both sides, resulted in a 3–3 draw, with two tries from Johnny Raper and a third from Freddie Griggs. Now, in what was to be the team’s final match, against hosts the Preston Grasshoppers, tiredness started to be a fac ...
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Be a diva to raise cash for hospice
Evening Telegraph - almost 5 years
IF you are a bit of a diva and enjoy dancing you can help raise cash for hospice patients. The Fitness Factory in Elizabeth Street, Corby, is holding a fundraising event on bank holiday Monday, May 7, for Lakelands Hospice in the town. From 10am until 11am there will be a mixed CrossFit-style challenge, when men and women are invited to take part in a fitness session to develop strength, speed and flexibility. Starting at 11am, there will be a three-hour diva danceathon session, for men, women and children, which promises to be lots of fun. The fee to take part will be £5 for each event and all the proceeds will go to the hospice in Butland Road. Debbie Deathride, owner of The Fitness Factory, said: “The hospice is a charity which is very dear to my heart, and a great local cause. “We are delighted to be supporting it and hope people will come along on bank holiday Monday to have some fun and help raise funds. CrossFit, which has recently teamed up with Reebok, works out the who ...
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Atlanta Falcons Past Drafts, 2008: Thomas Dimitroff's Inaugural Draft Class
SB Nation- Atlanta - almost 5 years
After the catastrophe that was 2007 for the Atlanta Falcons, it was time for a fresh start. A new GM and an entirely new (and honest) coaching staff were in place. Arthur Blank had engaged rebuilding mode. And it would be this first draft that set the tone for the next four seasons under Thomas Dimitroff and Mike Smith. Had it been anything less than excellent, I'm pretty sure we'd be singing a completely different song. Dimitroff and Smitty might've been long gone by now, the team still searching for its image. Thankfully, it wasn't. Round 1: QB Matt Ryan Grade: A+ At first glance, the team's decision to take Ryan with the third overall pick might have seen incredibly obvious. The team had just suffered through a painful 2007 season that saw their star quarterback locked away. The team only won four games, and there was a massive need at quarterback after watching the likes of Joey Harrington and Byron Leftwich flounder about on the field. But unlike Andrew Luck ...
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E–Myles McDavid 30 pass from Johnson (Wren kick), 11:05 - The Augusta Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Richmond Academy: Thomas Allison 11-17-2 85. RECEIVING–Greenbrier: Harden 4-60, Thomas Brown 2-36, Hardrick 2-35, Charlie Stakeley 1-3, Rhett Stanley 1-15, Fisher Wright 1-4. Richmond Academy: Tre'Von Lambert 4-21, Anthony Williams 4-37, CJ Welcher 3-27
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Second Annual Gini Awards recognize volunteer service to orthodontic charity - Dentistry IQ
Google News - over 5 years
Founded in Kansas City by Brown and her son, Thomas Brown, Smiles Change Lives has helped more than 1500 children receive affordable orthodontic treatment in partnership with caring orthodontists. “The Gini Awards recognize the heroes that go above and
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Thomas Wilson Brown
  • 2010
    Age 37
    As of 2010 he is still acting in movies, on stage, and on television, but has expanded his role in the film industry to writer, director, and producer.
    More Details Hide Details He is also the co-managing member and co-owner of the independent film production company Thunder Basin Pictures.
    In 2010, Thomas Wilson Brown co-starred in the independent thriller The Mooring.
    More Details Hide Details The film is expected to be released in 2011.
  • 2007
    Age 34
    He also played a small role in the 2007 Steven Seagal movie Urban Justice.
    More Details Hide Details He's other smaller rolls include the TV show Our House 1986.
  • 1993
    Age 20
    In 1993 he appeared on Beverly Hills, 90210 (episode "The Game is Chicken") as the rebellious character Joe.
    More Details Hide Details He also had some appearances in TV series like CSI, Daybreak, Nash Bridges, and Walker, Texas Ranger.
  • 1972
    Born on December 27, 1972.
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