Susan Saint James

American actress and activist Susan Saint James

Susan Saint James is an American actress and activist, most widely known for her work in television during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
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No action to be taken over death of charity worker found six hours after 999 call as inquest records suicide verdict
Hemel Today - almost 3 years
Police will face no action over the death of charity worker Susan James who was found hanged nearly six hours after she made a 999 call, an inquest heard today.
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History of US bombings, failed attempts
Fox News - almost 5 years
Here is a list of some of the worst bombings in the U.S. dating to the 1800s, including some famous attempts that failed: — April 15, 2013: Two bombs explode in the packed streets near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing two people and injuring more than 80. — Jan. 17, 2011: A backpack bomb is placed along a Martin Luther King Day parade route in Spokane, Wash., meant to kill and injure participants in a civil rights march, but is found and disabled before it can explode. White supremacist Kevin Harpham is convicted and sentenced to 32 years in federal prison. — May 1, 2010: Pakistani immigrant Faisal Shahzad leaves an explosives-laden SUV in New York's Times Square, hoping to detonate it on a busy night. Street vendors spot smoke coming from the vehicle and the bomb is disabled. Shahzad is arrested as he tries to leave the country and is sentenced to life in prison. — Dec. 25, 2009: The so-called "underw...
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Police Struggle To Cope With Cop Killer's Aftermath
Huffington Post - about 5 years
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. -- As soon as he heard officers were chasing the suspected cop killer in a stolen truck, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deputy Roger Loftis was certain: His buddy Jeremiah MacKay would be there. In 15 years with the department, "Jer" had earned about a dozen and a half awards for 10851s – the California penal code for grand theft auto. Once, while heading to a bar to celebrate another award, MacKay noticed there were no keys in the ignition of the car next to him at a traffic light, and he veered off. He waltzed into the bar two hours later, a grin stretched across that fair, freckled face, a copy of an auto recovery record in his hand. Last week, Loftis called his fishing, drinking and golfing buddy to see how he was doing. He knew the 35-year-old detective had been working around the clock, scouring the San Bernardino Mountains in the search for former Los Angeles Police Officer Christopher Dorner. "If that guy's still on this mount...
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Creator Of 'That Girl' On Marlo Thomas, Snooki And Today's Best Sitcom
Huffington Post - over 5 years
In 1966, a little show called "That Girl" starring Marlo Thomas as accident-prone Ann Marie burst onto the small screen, breaking ground as the first TV series to feature a "career woman" in the big city, seeking to make it on her own (with just a little help from boyfriend Donald Hollinger.) That Guy behind "That Girl" is Bill Persky, a five-time Emmy Award-winning writer, director and producer for such hit TV shows as "The Dick Van Dyke Show," "The Sid Caesar Show," "The Bill Cosby Show" and "Kate & Allie." Persky's new book "My Life Is a Situation Comedy" is a memoir that describes how the 81-year-old legend blazed a trail in television and created some of the most engaging female characters in TV history. The book, as the author describes it, stars a wide range of well-known figures, from Orson Welles and Cary Grant to Fred Astaire and Peter Sellers -- all players in Persky's life. We recently spoke with Persky -- the father of three daughters -- about e...
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Auburn murder suspect's attorney seeks to move trial
Fox News - over 5 years
An attorney for a Montgomery man accused of killing three people in a shooting at a party near Auburn University said Thursday she will ask that his trial be held outside of Lee County, where the school is located. Attorney Susan James said she was worried it would be difficult for Desmonte Leonard, 22, to receive a fair trial in Lee County because the slain included two former players, and a current player also was injured. "We need to get the trial out of Lee County. There's so much interest in that there" James said. James was one of three attorneys appointed Thursday to represent Leonard when he said he couldn't pay for his defense. Leonard faces three counts of capital murder and two assault charges in the shootings that apparently occurred after a fight over a woman. He is being held without bond. James helped Leonard turn himself in Tuesday after an intense three-day manhunt. She said she picked him up at an undisclosed location about 50 miles from Montgomery. Sh...
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Suspect in shooting near Auburn University that killed 3, turns himself in to authorities
Fox News - over 5 years
The three-day hunt for a man charged with killing three people near Auburn University ended with the suspect walking up the steps of an Alabama courthouse and peacefully turning himself in to a U.S. Marshal waiting inside. Hours after his surrender, Desmonte Leonard was being held early Wednesday in a Montgomery jail. He'd been on the run since Saturday, when authorities said he opened fire after a fight over a woman at a pool party. The manhunt was vexing for authorities who first dealt with misinformation from people who know Leonard, then narrowly missed catching him at a Montgomery house they searched inch-by-inch for nine hours. "It's been a trying case for all law enforcement involved," Auburn Police Chief Tommy Dawson said at a news conference announcing the arrest Tuesday night. Investigators said they believe the pressure of being on the run had finally gotten to Leonard. A Montgomery defense attorney said she arranged for him t...
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Davidson: Susan Saint James, Dick Ebersol join Glory Community Assisted Living gala
Denver Post - almost 6 years
 Organizers were thrilled when Susan Saint James and her husband, Dick Ebersol, agreed to speak at Glitz, Glam and Glory, the sixth annual gala benefiting Glory Community Assisted Living gala.
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Remember the Titanic With These Movies
Easton Patch - almost 6 years
On April 15th, 1912, the greatest ship the world had ever known sank in the north Atlantic on its maiden voyage. A hundred years later, the Titanic still remains with us, in memory, history, legend, and as a rusting, disintegrating ruin two and a half miles down on the bottom of the ocean. With the re-release in theatres of James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster (now upgraded to 3-D), part of a phalanx of commemorative events to help honor the Centenary anniversary of the great ship’s demise, the legend of the RMS Titanic is poised to remain with us for the next hundred years. The cold Atlantic waters had scarcely closed over the Titanic’s massive stern before the first film version of the tragedy flickered on movie screens a mere month after the tragedy. Titled Saved From the Titanic, and running all of nine minutes, it starred and was co-written by actual survivor Dorothy Gibson. The next three decades would find three other notable films that carried on the Titanic story—Atlant...
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'Bones': Booth and Brennan's new home, including baby's room
LATimes - almost 6 years
It took six long years, but at the end of the most recent season of "Bones," Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) finally became a couple with a baby on the way. When the show returns Monday night, fans will get their first look at Brennan and Booth's new home -- "a rather grand place, a white elephant which Booth bought and turned into a place Brennan would enjoy," show runner Hart Hanson said. Deschanel's take on the place: It looks like the love child of a history museum curator and a nostalgic kid-at-heart. "I want it!" the actress said. At Fox Studios in Los Angeles, production designer Val Wilt and set decorator Megan Malley-Cannon produced a two-story, five-room home that integrates the retro Americana, sports-infused vibe of Booth’s old apartment with the Asian-inspired look of Brennan’s former loft. In other words, Buddha meets baseball. "The house is what they share together," Wilt said. The result is a trad...
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This Labor Day Weekend, Tour the Libby Dam! - The River Journal
Google News - over 6 years
Tours are free and include an opportunity to walk on top of the dam and see a generator, view the inspiring Treaty Tower sculpture and enjoy views of eagles, osprey and other wildlife from an incredible vantage
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Prosecutors want casino owner on trial Oct. 31 - BusinessWeek
Google News - over 6 years
Susan James, Crosby's attorney, doubts separate retrials would be short because much of the same evidence would have to be repeated in all three. She said a trial starting Oct. 31 would likely run into Thanksgiving when many people selected as
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Prosecutors want casino owner on trial Oct. 31 - Forbes
Google News - over 6 years
Susan James, Crosby's attorney, doubts separate retrials would be short because much of the same evidence would have to be repeated in all three. She said a trial starting Oct. 31 would likely run into Thanksgiving when many people selected as
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Judge wants to retry corruption case in October - Montgomery Advertiser
Google News - over 6 years
While several of the defense attorneys asked for their clients to be tried separately before the beginning of the June 6 trial, which lasted two months and concluded Thursday, Parkman and Walker attorney Susan James said they now oppose separating them
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7 defendants could be retried in gambling corruption trial - Montgomery Advertiser
Google News - over 6 years
Susan James, an attorney for Walker, said they hoped he would be found not guilty on all counts "so Jay's family could get on with their life." She said they were optimistic about the remaining counts. Walker was found not guilty on 11 of the 13 counts ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Susan Saint James
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 2008
    Age 61
    On June 11, 2008, Saint James was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • 2007
    Age 60
    She was a featured speaker at The Women's Conference in 2007, at a session called "Beyond Courage: Overcoming the Unimaginable."
  • FIFTIES
  • 2002
    Age 55
    In March 2002 Saint James filed for divorce from Ebersol, but the couple reconciled later that summer.
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  • 1999
    Age 52
    She also starred in a Warner Theatre (Torrington, Connecticut) 1999 production of The Miracle Worker.
  • 1998
    Age 51
    In 1998, Saint James, her sister Mercedes Dewey and friend Barrie Johnson founded "Seedling and Pip", a baby gift basket business.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 39
    Saint James was a celebrity and commentator for World Wrestling Federation (WWF)'s WrestleMania 2 event in 1986 along with Vince McMahon.
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  • 1984
    Age 37
    After other film ventures failed to establish her, she returned to television, starring in the comedy series Kate & Allie opposite Jane Curtin from 1984 until 1989.
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  • 1981
    Age 34
    While guest-hosting Saturday Night Live in 1981, Saint James met her third husband, then-SNL executive producer Dick Ebersol; they married within the year.
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  • 1980
    Age 33
    Between films, she made a guest appearance in the March 3, 1980 episode of M*A*S*H (Episode 192: War Co-Respondent).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1971
    Age 24
    She was married a second time in 1971, to Thomas Lucas, a makeup artist.
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  • 1968
    Age 21
    She was featured in four episodes of the series from 1968 to 1970.
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  • 1967
    Age 20
    In 1967, Saint James had a small part in the pilot episode of the Robert Wagner crime-caper series It Takes a Thief.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on August 14, 1946.
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