Vincent Pagano
Vincent Pagano
Vincent Pagano is an American film and television actor and screenwriter. He was born on October 13, 1967 in Providence, Rhode Island. Pagano's first recurring television role was on the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan in 1996. Pagano wrote, produced and starred in two movies, both set in his native Rhode Island: the 1999 release A Wake in Providence and the 2006 release Jesus, Mary and Joey.
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Simpson Thacher Advising Military Contractor L-3 on Spin-Off - The Am Law Daily
Google News - over 5 years
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett M&A partner William Curbow, capital markets head Vincent Pagano, Jr., capital markets and public company advisory practice head Avrohom Kess, and tax partner John Creed are advising L-3 on the proposed spin-off of Engility
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First Airmen Graduate New EOD Screening Course - Military.com
Google News - over 5 years
Master Sgt. Vincent Pagano, the 366th Training Squadron EOD flight chief, said it is still early to tell how effective the course is. After a year or so there will be enough information to see if the attrition rate has been affected
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For Central grads, ceremony is exciting, bittersweet - York Daily Record
Google News - over 5 years
... Stephanie Ann Oelrich, Jonah Daniel Olrogge Polnau, Dylan Alan Orwig, Jeremy Vincent Pagano, Maxfield Taylor Palmer, Patrick Michael Pamplin, Christopher FL Patterson, Taylor Kathryn Pendergast, Michelle Catherine Perritt, Adlaine Braquel Peterson,
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Can you handle this? - Times Record News
Google News - almost 6 years
Claire Kowalick/Times Record News Master Sgt. Vincent Pagano, left, lets 82nd Training Wing vice commander Col. Michael Hake detonate a small C-4 bomb Friday for the opening of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal preliminary course at
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS: VOWS; Pamela Davis and Vincent Pagano Jr.
NYTimes - about 11 years
PAMELA DAVIS had her back to sorority row, the three college friends she had relied on for precious advice leading up to her second marriage, and her eyes fixed on the fraternity she was joining, her new husband and the four sons they have between them, at the altar of the Park Avenue Christian Church in Manhattan. Ms. Davis, a divorcée, who
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Film in Review; A Wake in Providence
NYTimes - over 11 years
Opens today in Manhattan Directed by Rosario Roveto Jr. 88 minutes ''A Wake in Providence,'' a warm-hearted ethnic comedy in the vein of ''My Big Fat Greek Wedding,'' stars Vincent Pagano and his brother Mike as Italian-American brothers named Tony and Frankie Gelati. (The Paganos are also two of the script's four writers.) Tony is an aspiring
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SUMMER MOVIES; Four Months of Fridays
NYTimes - almost 12 years
All dates are subject to change. Friday CRAZY LIKE A FOX Roger Rees stars as a Virginia blueblood who finds that his family estate has been taken over -- with the papers to prove it -- by a pair of cunning outsiders (Paul Fitzgerald and Christina Rouner). Mary McDonnell co-stars in a film directed by Richard Squires, his first. KICKING AND
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAGANO, DEBORAH
NYTimes - over 17 years
PAGANO-Deborah. The Park Avenue Christian Church Day School Advisory Board expresses heartfelt sadness to Co-Chair Vincent Pagano and to his sons, Ben and Will, upon the passing of their beloved wife and mother. Debbie's indomitable spirit and strength of purpose remain an inspiration to us all. Dona Vaughn Raines, Co-Chair Allen Harris, Pastor
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAGANO, DEBORAH KRAUS
NYTimes - over 17 years
PAGANO-Deborah Kraus. Deborah, who until retiring to stay home with her children was a banker for over 20 years with the Chase Manhattan Bank, died on August 27 of breast cancer in Avalon, N.J. She was 46 and lived in Manhattan and Upper Black Eddy, Pa. A member of one of the earliest classes of women to graduate from Princeton University in 1975,
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