George Hamilton

Actor George Hamilton

George Stevens Hamilton is an American film and television actor.
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KFC's Fried Chicken-Scented Sunscreen Will Keep Your Skin From Getting Crispy
Huffington Post - over 1 year
We just discovered the eighth Wonder of the World: KFC sunscreen. In what is probably the most sensical pairing to ever exist, the crispy poultry purveyor is giving away sunscreen that smells like fried chicken.  KFC has created an “exclusive and extremely limited run of fried chicken-scented sunscreen” that will be available on a first come, first served basis, according to a press release. Their tagline is, fittingly, “The only skin that should be extra crispy this summer is on your fried chicken.”  So, how do you score the body grease? Visit! You’ll be greeted by the ultimate sun worshipper, actor George Hamilton.  Simply enter your information in the boxes below George, and wait to be sent your bottle of the chicken sunscreen. Then let the baking begin! Oh, and just be aware that even though this stuff smells like chicken ... you can’t actually eat it. Sunscreen is still sunscreen and meant to be p...
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Falling on My Face
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Pixabay/Lady Arty Being one of the only girls in the mass of neighborhood kids made me constantly compete with the boys and try to impress them. This led to frequent stupidity and pain. After seeing George Hamilton play motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel at the movies, all of the boys -- and me, the girl they deigned to let join them -- decided to build a bike ramp. We wanted to reenact Knievel's scenes of bike-jumping glory. Craig, who was an Alpha Male before I knew what that meant, decided that he would build the ramp. He ordered us to scavenge the neighborhood to find the proper materials for his ramp. Only a Craig-approved ramp could showcase his superior bikemanship. And we, who were not Craig, could only exemplify his magnificence by participating with all of our awkward failure. My bike, a purple girly Schwinn, (a "Sting-Ray for Girls"), came with a flowered basket attached, a floral pattern on the banana seat, and streamers on the handlebars. I stripped it of all ...
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Seven-year-old Evan dies after bringing early Christmas to St. George - Hamilton Spectator
Google News - about 2 years
Hamilton Spectator Seven-year-old Evan dies after bringing early Christmas to St. George Hamilton Spectator Evan Leversage sits on Santa's lap at the Early Christmas celebration in St. George in October. EVAN AND MOM. John Rennison,The Hamilton Spectator. Evan Leversage with his mother Nicole Wellwood. next play/pause pre 1/2. Hamilton Spectator. By Dan ... Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada: Evan's LegacyBrain Tumour Foundation of Canada all 16 news articles »
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A Life Full of Laughter: Betty White
Huffington Post - about 4 years
In one of the most poignant scenes of the "Golden Girls", Betty White's character, Rose Nylund's celebrating a birthday. She bakes a cake and lights the candles, leaves her kitchen and then comes back in, surprised at the cake. In breaking the 4th wall, begins to tell Charlie how lonely she's been since he's been gone and that she thinks it's time for a change so she's going to move from St.Olaf to Miami. You can feel the sadness from this normally upbeat character and know that you are witnessing one of the greatest TV actresses of the 20th century. On January 17th, 2014, Betty White turned 92 and become one of the oldest working actresses still in television and continues to work on the show "Hot in Cleveland" which is one of the highest rated shows on cable TV. She is continuing a career that has lasted more than 75 years but Betty is known more than just her work in television; she is also known for her dedication to animals and zoos, especially the Los Angeles Zoo. Betty Whit...
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Mary & Rhoda, Back Together
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Mary & Rhoda are back together. Valerie Harper and Mary Tyler Moore will reunite on screen with fellow "Mary Tyler Moore" co-stars in the "Hot In Cleveland" season finale. In the 1-hour Season 4 finale, Elka (Betty White) and Mamie (Georgia Engel) reunite their bowling team -- their former "Mary Tyler Moore Show" co-stars Moore, Harper and Cloris Leachman -- and Joy (Jane Leeves), Victoria (Wendie Malick) and Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) date a professor, director and surgeon. Other guest stars include George Hamilton and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The "Hot In Cleveland" episode featuring the "Mary Tyler Moore" reunion filmed in the spring of 2013 after Harper announced her battle with terminal cancer. Since then, Harper's cancer is close to remission, her doctor said. There are rumors that Harper will compete on Season 17 of "Dancing With the Stars." The "Mary Tyler Moore" reunion on "Hot In Cleveland" airs Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 10 p.m. ET on TV Land.
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Samantha Daniels: George: Which Eligible Heartthrobs Share This Name?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have finally announced the name of their royal son: Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge. And already, the world is in love with him. Prince George has many years to live up to the name carried by many a royal and many a celebrity, but we all know he will inevitably become a heart-throb in his own right. Here's a list of our favorite heart-throb George's of all time; it's only a matter of time before this newly admired George tops the list. George Jetson: Our cartoon George was ahead of his time jetting around in a flying car, working 1 hour a day, 2 days a week and having robots as housekeepers. What lady wouldn't have wanted to live such an A-list lifestyle? George Washington: Our historical George, he was a giant in his time. Towering at 6'2, he was much taller than the average colonial. Who wouldn't be attracted to the tallest man in the land who just happened to be the first leader of the U...
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The Family Show Business
ABC News - about 5 years
Will Smith has set his kids up for success. George Hamilton? Not so much, says his son.
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Will Durst: The Will Durst Annual 2013 Political Animal Awards
Huffington Post - about 5 years
Hey! You! Yes, you. Sorry. Just trying to get your attention to impart an important warning here. For the next couple weeks, it's imperative all you good folks out there stay alert and keep your wits about you. Remove the earbuds, no texting while walking and you'd be well advised to brandish a stainless steel umbrella on the street because its awards season and golden- plated statuettes are being tossed about like manhole covers during an underground methane explosion. We've made it through the Golden Globes and the Screen Actor Guild Awards, with the Grammys and Oscars right around the corner, so this seems the perfect time to weigh in with the barnacle on the belly of the awards ship: The 15th annual Will Durst Political Animal Awards. THE BEST IMPRESSION OF REANIMATED HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN AWARD. And the winner is... oh, forgive me, that's right, we're all winners here. The award goes to Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell. BEST DIRECTION OF A COMEDY. To Mitt Romney's camp...
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Jay Weston: Bill Stadiem's New Moneywood: Hollywood in Its Last Age of Excess Is a Scandalous, Fascinating Exposé
Huffington Post - about 5 years
I have casually known author William Stadiem for several decades, ever since he was restaurant critic of Los Angeles magazine and we shared meals together while reviewing the venues. I found him to be a charming, perceptive and close-lipped fellow who always wore a half-smile of incredulity as he wrote his notes in a little book. Now I know what he considered incredible... the entire Hollywood scene of which I was an active part and of which he was an astute silent observer. This is a guy with a Harvard JD/MBA who has written eight books, most of them best-sellers, about subjects as diverse as Frank Sinatra's valet, George Hamilton's women and Marilyn Monroe's maid. But I learned never to sell him short, for his book, Dear Senator, about the hidden black daughter of the virulent anti-segregationist Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, set off a firestorm in the South that is still reverberating. Bill Stadien, author of the book. No, this is a journalist with...
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Northern Ireland bomb 'could have killed police officer's family'
Guardian (UK) - about 5 years
Belfast-based officer was about to take wife and two children out in car when he checked under vehicle and discovered device A foiled attempt to murder a police officer in Northern Ireland was carried out by dissident republicans who could also have killed his family, police said. The Belfast-based Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) constable was about to take his wife and two young children out for Sunday lunch when he checked under his car outside his house in the city and discovered a viable device. Assistant Chief Constable George Hamilton said: "If that officer had not checked under his car we would have been looking at a murder or multiple murders." His car was parked at his home on the Upper Newtownards Road – a busy arterial route into the city centre. The scene, which was sealed off until late on Sunday night amid an extensive security and forensic operation, is close to PSNI headquarters at Knock and the Northern Ireland assembly at Stormont. The justice mini...
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Actress Alana Stewart Talks Spirituality And Staying Vibrant At 67
Huffington Post - about 5 years
Former model and talk-show host Alana Stewart, 67, has recently published a new memoir, "Rearview Mirror." In it, Stewart, who was married to actor George Hamilton and singer Rod Stewart -- both of whom she later divorced -- describes a childhood of poverty in Texas, her life-changing move to New York and California to model, and her close friendship with the late Farrah Fawcett. We recently had the opportunity to chat with Stewart about her life, spirituality and staying vibrant at age 67. Why write "Rearview Mirror" now? I hope that anyone who reads it takes away something useful. I wanted to write it now. I have gone through so many challenges and difficult experiences. When people share the tools they've used to get through these experiences, it can be very helpful. I've been in 12-step programs for many years and this started me on my healing path as I heard others share their stories. It helps me so much and helps me have a place to go to share my own pain. I gr...
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Dr. Franklin Ruehl, Ph.D.: Were 2 Screen Bombshells Named Barbara Under A Curse?
Huffington Post - about 5 years
Is it conceivable that a pair of movie sirens named Barbara were under a deadly curse? Both Barbara Nichols and Barbara Payton appeared in horror and sci-fi films, and died tragic,premature deaths, as did a handful of other such actresses. Were nefarious forces possibly enraged by their appearances in projects which touched upon the sacred subject matter of their shadowy domain? Please consider the following evidence for these two vixens: - Barbara Nichols (1929-1976): This curvaceous blonde knockout with an unforgettable Brooklynese accent (born Barbara Nickerauer) encountered alien cloners in "The Human Duplicators"(1965). An extraterrestrial scientist, Kolos (Richard Kiel, before his archetypal role as "Jaws" in the 007 series), was engaged in a nefarious plot to substitute key humans with bionic replicas, such as noted scientist Dr. Vaughn Dornheimer (portrayed by George Macready, seen in many sci-fi and horror efforts, such as 1944's "Soul of a Monster"). How...
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Alana Stewart: How I Survived My Divorce From Rod Stewart
Huffington Post - about 5 years
When Rod and I broke up, I thought my world was coming to an end. I was totally devastated and I had no idea how to pick up the pieces of my broken heart. Divorce is never easy, but it's even more painful when you find out your husband is having an affair with a beautiful model fifteen years younger than you. I had always been so certain that we were forever, that nothing could ever come between us. I can't make Rod out to be the total villain and me the innocent victim, even though he was the one having the affair (and others that I would come to find out about as well). The last couple of years our marriage had started to deteriorate from the madly in love couple who had everything we could possibly want to the reality of having three young children and a wife who couldn't keep up with the rock-and-roll lifestyle anymore. There was plenty of blame to go around. Between his touring and the recording, playing soccer and the late nights out with the boys, I started to feel ...
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George Hamilton pushes through injury for Toronto-bound 'La Cage aux Folles'
Brandon Sun - over 5 years
TORONTO - If George Hamilton had heeded the advice of his doctor, the sun-loving star might not be heading north of the border this week with a touring production of the musical comedy "La Cage aux Folles." The 73-year-old debonair actor with the pearly white smile joined the hit stage show —
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'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' review
San Francisco Chronicle - over 5 years
'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' review Certain types of films now follow certain narrative conventions so closely, so slavishly, that we think we know what's coming around every bend. [...] when something different hits us, the impact leaves a bruise. In a series of letters narrated to an unknown friend, Charlie describes a rocky start to high school. [...] he stumbles into a tribe of offbeat seniors, and the movie skids off the usual script into a province rich with joy and rutted with danger: sex, drugs, crushes. Watson - despite a shaky American accent - has a convincing, translucent fragility about her, and anyone who caught Miller's ghoulish turn as a way-too-pretty mass killer in "We Need to Talk About Kevin" might be shocked by the warmth and woundedness he exhibits here. Lerman, who made such a charming George Hamilton facsimile in "My One and Only," subdues his natural ebullience until it begins to resemble an introvert's watchful gleam; when the ...
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Howard Sherman: 'Fame,' 'Celebrity,' 'Stardom' and Other Dirty Words
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Every January, the media run features on how to lose those holiday pounds. As schools let out for the summer, the media share warnings about damage from the sun and showcase the newest sunscreens. In Thanksgiving, turkey tips abound. For theater, September reveals two variants of its seasonal press staple, either "Stars Bring Their Glamour To The Stage," or, alternately, "Shortage of Star Names Spells Soft Season Start." Indeed, the same theme may reappear for the spring season and, depending upon summer theater programming, it may manage a third appearance. But whether stars are present or not, they're the lede, and the headline. The arrival of these perennial stories is invariably accompanied by grousing in the theatre community about the impact of stars on theatre, Broadway in particular, except from those who've managed to secure their services. But this isn't solely a Broadway issue, because as theaters -- commercial and not-for-profit, touring and resident -- stru...
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Zaki Hasan: The Vice Presidential Poison Pill?
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Okay, things just got real. With his selection of Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan to join him on the Republican ticket as his nominee for vice president, Mitt Romney has given both the conservative right and the liberal left a renewed reason to turn out to the polls. What this pick most clearly demonstrates to me is the deficit the former Massachusetts governor continues to hold with the GOP's base, who've long lionized Ryan -- a self-professed Ayn Rand aficionado who rose to prominence on the back of his "Path to Prosperity" budget plan that euphemistically re-defines "prosperity" as more tax cuts for the wealthiest, arriving there by demolishing cherished safety net programs like Medicare and Medicaid. The uphill climb Romney's always faced, even as the presumptive Republican nominee practically from the moment his '08 bid ended, is the perception that he's sort of the George Hamilton of presidential contenders, running because, well, why not. Sure, he doesn't really ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of George Hamilton
  • 2016
    Age 76
    In the summer of 2016, Hamilton appeared in television commercials for KFC as the "Extra Crispy Colonel," a deeply tanned version of the company's mascot, Colonel Sanders.
  • 2015
    Age 75
    In 2015 George and his ex-wife, Alana Hamilton appeared in Season 4/Episode 10 of Celebrity Wife Swap.
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  • 2012
    Age 72
    He was still starring in the show as of June 2012.
  • 2011
    Age 71
    Starting in the fall of 2011, Hamilton starred as "Georges" for the national tour of the Tony-winning revival of La Cage aux Folles.
  • 2010
    Age 70
    In 2010 Hamilton was chosen as one of David Hasselhoff's roasters in the Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff.
  • 2009
    Age 69
    Hamilton walked out of the jungle on 30 November 2009, telling the other contestants that he wasn't there to win, but to have fun.
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    Hamilton appeared as a contestant on the UK edition of I'm a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! (UK series 9) in November 2009.
    Hamilton was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame on 12 August 2009 – his 70th birthday.
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    Hamilton was executive producer of the 2009 film My One and Only, which is loosely based on his early life and relationship with his mother.
  • 2008
    Age 68
    In August 2008, Hamilton co-starred in Coma, a web series on Crackle.
  • 2007
    Age 67
    He auditioned for the show and in March 2007, TMZ reported that Hamilton was a frontrunner to replace Barker.
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  • 2006
    Age 66
    In 2006, it was rumored that Hamilton would replace Bob Barker on The Price Is Right.
    In 2006, Hamilton competed in the second season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars with professional Edyta Sliwinska in which they lasted until the sixth round.
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  • 2003
    Age 63
    In 2003, Hamilton hosted The Family which was a reality television series on ABC for one season.
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  • 1991
    Age 51
    For the second time, he portrayed a murderer on the television series Columbo, starring as the host of a TV true-crime show in the 1991 episode "Caution: Murder Can Be Hazardous to Your Health."
  • 1990
    Age 50
    A break for Hamilton came in 1990 when Francis Coppola cast him as the Corleone family's lawyer in a much-anticipated film, The Godfather Part III.
  • 1981
    Age 41
    The film's box-office success created a popularity surge for Hamilton, who followed it with a farcical portrayal of the famed swordsman character in 1981's Zorro, the Gay Blade.
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  • 1979
    Age 39
    A surprise blockbuster hit came his way in 1979 when Hamilton showed a flair for comedy in Love at First Bite which was the story of Count Dracula's pursuit of a young Manhattanite model, played by Susan Saint James.
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  • 1972
    Age 32
    Hamilton was married to actress Alana Stewart from 1972 to 1975.
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  • 1966
    Age 26
    In 1966 Hamilton had a relationship with Lynda Bird Johnson, the daughter of US President Lyndon B. Johnson.
  • 1963
    Age 23
    Hamilton went on to star with George Peppard as a soldier in 1963's The Victors, a World War II story, and as a Confederate captain who kidnaps the wife of a Union officer (Glenn Ford) in a 1967 drama, A Time for Killing.
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  • 1952
    Age 12
    Hamilton began his film career in 1952 and although he has a substantial body of work in film and television he is, perhaps, most famous for his debonair style and his perfect and perpetual suntan.
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  • 1939
    Born on August 12, 1939.
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