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  1. Nov 22, 2022 · By David ThompsonPosted: November 22, 2022. After 10 years in the position, Kathleen Kennedy's reign at Lucasfilm is rumored to be coming to an end in 2023. Kathleen Kennedy has been president of Lucasfilm since 2012 when George Lucas sold his company to Disney for $4.05 billion. During her time as president, Lucasfilm has produced five live-action Star Wars films and began a new television era for the Galaxy Far, Far Away on Disney+.

  2. Kathleen Agnes Kennedy was born at home at 83 Beals Street in Brookline, Massachusetts on February 20, 1920, the fourth child and second daughter of Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. and Rose Fitzgerald. She was nicknamed "Kick" because of her "irrepressible nature". Kathleen was especially close to her older brother, John F. Kennedy, known as "Jack".

  3. Nov 26, 2022 · Kathleen ‘Kick’ Kennedy, sister to President John F. Kennedy, lived a tragically short yet rebellious life. The story of Kathleen ‘Kick’ Kennedy, the rebellious fourth daughter of Rose and...

  4. Nov 19, 2022 · The Untold Story of Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy, Who Defied Her Parents and Died in a Tragic Plane Crash with Her Married Lover Kick Kennedy was the daughter of Joseph P. and Rose Kennedy and...

  5. Kathleen Kennedy may refer to: Kathleen Cavendish, Marchioness of Hartington (1920–1948), born Kathleen Kennedy, sister of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. Kathleen Kennedy (politician), maiden name of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (born 1951), Maryland politician and daughter of Robert F. Kennedy. Kathleen Kennedy (producer) (born 1953), American film producer.

  6. Aug 7, 2020 · The name Kathleen Kennedy is enough to send some longtime Star Wars fans into a fit of rage, with the Lucasfilm President shouldering most of the criticism for Disney’s haphazard treatment of the...

  7. Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend (born July 4, 1951) is an American attorney who was the sixth Lieutenant Governor of Maryland from 1995 to 2003. She ran unsuccessfully for Governor of Maryland in 2002. She was the first female lieutenant governor of Maryland.

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