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  1. Brian Keith - Wikipedia › wiki › Brian_Keith

    Brian Keith (born Robert Alba Keith, November 14, 1921 – June 24, 1997) was an American film, television and stage actor who in his six-decade-long career gained recognition for his work in movies such as the Disney family film The Parent Trap (1961), Johnny Shiloh (1963), the comedy The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966), and the adventure saga The Wind and the Lion (1975 ...

  2. List of Just Shoot Me! episodes - Wikipedia › List_of_Just_Shoot_Me!_episodes

    The following is an episode list for the NBC television series Just Shoot Me!.The series premiered on March 4, 1997, and ended its run on August 16, 2003; with three episodes from the final season premiering in syndication from November 24 to November 26, 2003.

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  4. Rebecca Field - Wikipedia › wiki › Rebecca_Field

    Zoo: Gwen Episode: "The Moon and the Star" 2017 Twin Peaks: Another Mom Episode: "The Return, Part 7" 2018 Station 19: Hannah Sherwood Episode: "Last day on Earth" 2020 S.W.A.T. Annabeth Episode: "Animus" 2020 The Left Right Game: Episode: "Has Anyone Heard of The Left Right Game?" 2020 All Rise: Carol Coleman 4 episodes

  5. Michael Rosenbaum - Wikipedia › wiki › Michael_Rosenbaum

    56 episodes 2003: Player$ Himself: Episode: "Charlie's Angels" 2004–2005: Jackie Chan Adventures: Drago: Voice 11 episodes 2005–2006: Teen Titans: Kid Flash: Voice 2 episodes 2005: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Colin: Episode: "Gun Fever" 2008: PG Porn: Charlie Brown: 2 episodes 2009: Untitled Family Pilot: Derek: Failed Pilot Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Deadman: Voice

  6. List of Martha Speaks episodes - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_Martha_Speaks_episodes
    • Season 1
    • Season 2
    • Season 3
    • Season 4
    • Season 5
    • Season 6

    Season 1 premiered on September 1, 2008, with the self-titled episode "Martha Speaks" and "Martha Gives Advice" and concluded on July 17, 2009 with "What's Bothering Bob?" and "Martha Spins a Tale". With 40 episodes and 80 segments, it is the longest season of the show.

    Season 2 premiered on September 14, 2009 with "Martha's Chair" and "T.D. the Pack Rat" and concluded on May 14, 2010 with the two-part episode "Martha: Secret Agent Dog". This season produced 30 episodes (60 segments), for the broadcast span of two years, with 15 episodes airing as part of this season, bringing the overall episode total to 55 episodes (110 segments).

    Season 3 of Martha Speakspremiered on October 11, 2010 with the two-part episode "The Martha Show" and concluded on October 3, 2011 with "Alice Covers Up" and "Carolina Picks a Lily". The season has 15 episodes (30 segments), bringing the show's overall episode total to 70 episodes (140 segments). This season is actually the second part of season two in production time.

    On May 4, 2011, the show was renewed for a fourth season with 10 episodes, bringing the show's overall episode total to 80 episodes (160 segments). It started with episodes, "Cora! Cora! Cora!" and "Cora Encore!", guest starring Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt, that aired on February 20, 2012 and concluded with "Martha's Market" and "Bye Bye, Burger Boy" on April 5, 2013. This was the first season to feature guest stars, with others including Jennifer Garner ("Too Many Marthas"), poet laureate Billy Collins ("Billy Collins Speaks"), and astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson("Eyes on the Skies"). This is actually season three in production time. Also this season, Christina Crivici has departed as the role as Alice Boxwood and has been replaced by Michelle Creber. Alex Ferris, Madeleine Peters and Cedric Payne (the voices of T.D. Kennelly and Milo Lee, Helen Lorraine, and Truman Oatley) all had noticeable voice maturations, but continued to voice their respective characters.

    The fifth season of Martha Speaks began airing on June 24, 2013 with the episodes "Puppy Skits" and "Dinosaurs in Trouble!" and ended on November 14, 2013 with "The Return of Ralph" and "Little Bo's Sheep". This season had a total of 8 episodes (16 segments), bringing the overall episode total to 88 episodes (176 segments). This is actually season four in production time. Also in this season, Alex Ferris has departed from the roles of T.D. Kennelly and Milo Lee (due to noticeable voice maturations from the previous season) and has been replaced with Valin Shinyei and Trevor Lim, respectively. Ashlyn Drummond has also replaced Michelle Creber as the voice of Alice Boxwood. Kenan Thompsonguest stars in the episode "Stanley Saves the Day".

    The sixth and final season of the series started on March 31, 2014 with the episodes "T.D. Gives a Report" and "Martha's Canine Cleaners" and ended on November 18, 2014 with "Martha's Holiday Surprise" and "We're Powerless!". The season showed 8 episodes (16 segments), with the grand total of 96 episodes (192 segments).

  7. American Masters - Wikipedia › wiki › American_Masters

    American Masters. American Masters is a PBS television series which produces biographies on enduring writers, musicians, visual and performing artists, dramatists, filmmakers, and those who have left an indelible impression on the cultural landscape of the United States. It is produced by WNET in New York City. The show debuted on PBS in 1986.

  8. Cree Summer - Wikipedia › wiki › Cree_Summer

    4 episodes 2005 Ben 10: Frightwig 2 episodes 2005 Four Eyes! Miss Wendy Doager 2005–2006 The Buzz on Maggie: Rayna Cartflight 2006 Robot Chicken: Penny, Evil Little Girl, Mother Episode: "Adoption's an Option" 2006 Bratz Genie Magic: Zell 2006 W.I.T.C.H. Ember 4 episodes 2006 The Replacements: Nature Activist Episode: "Zoo or False?" 2007 Class of 3000

  9. Fred Rogers - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › Fred_Rogers
    • Early Life
    • Television Career
    • Personal Life
    • Death
    • Legacy and Honors
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    Rogers was born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania to James Rogers and Nancy McFeely. His father was a businessman. His mother came from a rich Pittsburgh family and also was a hospital volunteer during and after World War II. His grandfather from his mother's side, Fred McFeely, was the president of McFeely Brick, one of Latrobe's largest businesses.Rogers grew up in a large brick mansion at 737 Weldon Street in Latrobe. He had an adopted sister, Elaine. Rogers spent much of his free time with his grandfather McFeely, who loved music.Rogers began to play the piano when he was five and sang with his mother. When growing up, Rogers was shy and overweight. He was home schooled many times because of his asthma.Rogers had a hard time making friends and would be bullied many times as a little boy for his weight, often called "Fat Freddy". During his high school years in Latrobe, Rogers became more confident and popular. Rogers was president of the student council, a member of the National Honor So...

    Early career

    Rogers entered seminary after college but wanted to work with television. In an interview with CNN, Rogers said, "I went into television because I hated it so, and I thought there's some way of using this fabulous instrument to nurture those who would watch and listen". He applied for a job at NBC in New York City in 1951. He first worked as an assistant producer, and later as a network floor director on musical programs such as Your Hit Parade, The Kate Smith Hour, and The Voice of Firestone...

    Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

    Mister Rogers' Neighborhood began in 1968 and ran for 895 episodes. It aired on National Educational Television, which later became The Public Broadcasting Service. The last set of new episodes was taped in December 2000 and began airing in August 2001.By 1985, eight percent of people living in the United States watched the show. The program always started with Rogers coming home, singing his theme song "Won't You Be My Neighbor?". He would then change into sneakers and a zippered cardigan sw...

    PBS funding

    In 1969, Rogers appeared before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Communications. His goal was to ask the Senate to support funding for PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, because proposed budget cuts. In about six minutes of testimony, Rogers spoke of the need for social and emotional education that public television gave. He argued that other television programming like his Neighborhoodhelped encourage children to become happy citizens. The chairman of the subcommittee,...

    Rogers had an apartment in New York City and a summer home on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts. Rogers was red–green color blind. He had a healthy lifestyle as he swam every morning and neither smoked nor drank. He was a vegetarian because he believed eating meat was wrong, saying "I don't want to eat anything that has a mother". Despite popular rumors, he never served in the military as a Navy SEAL during the Vietnam War and never had tattoos. In 1991, the Pittsburgh Penguins named Rogers as their celebrity captain, as part of a celebration of the National Hockey League's 75th anniversary.Card No. 297 from the 1992 NHL Platinum collection celebrated the event, making Rogers one of only twelve celebrity captains to be chosen for a sports card. During his morning routine, Rogers would respond to every single fan mail and return them to the respective sender. In 1992, he was awarded the Peabody Award. He was added into the Television Hall of Famein 1999. In an interview with Rogers'...

    After Rogers' retirement in 2001, he remained busy working from studying religion and spirituality, making public appearances, traveling, and working on a children's media center named after him at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe with Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, chancellor of the college. By the summer of 2002 his constant stomach pain had become painful enough for him to see a doctor about it, and in October 2002 he was diagnosed with stomach cancer. He had surgery on January 6, 2003, which was unsuccessful. A week earlier, he was grand marshal of the Tournament of Roses Parade, with Art Linkletter and Bill Cosby. Rogers died on the morning of February 27, 2003 after slipping into a coma, at his home in Pittsburgh. His wife was by his side when he died.He died less than a month before he would have turned 75. More than 2,700 people went to his memorial service at Heinz Hall. Honorary guests included former Good Morning America host David Hartman, Teresa Heinz Kerry, philanthropist...

    President George W. Bush awarded Rogers the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002 for his works to children's education.He said that "Fred Rogers has proven that television can soothe the soul and nurture the spirit and teach the very young". In 2003, the United States Senate passed Resolution 16 to celebrate the life of Rogers. Following Rogers' death, the U.S. House of Representativesin 2003 passed Resolution 111 honoring Rogers for "his legendary service to the improvement of the lives of children, his steadfast commitment to demonstrating the power of compassion, and his dedication to spreading kindness through example". On New Year's Day 2004, Michael Keaton, who worked on stage on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood before becoming an actor, hosted the PBS TV special Fred Rogers: America's Favorite Neighbor. His hometown of Latrobe and Pittsburgh host "Won't You Wear a Sweater Day" to honor Rogers. The event takes place annually on his birth date, March 20. In 2003, the asteroid 26858...

    Our Small World (with Josie Carey, illustrated by Norb Nathanson), 1954, Reed and Witting, OCLC 236163646
    The Elves, the Shoemaker, & the Shoemaker's Wife (illustrated by Richard Hefter), 1973, Small World Enterprises, OCLC 969517
    The Matter of the Mittens, 1973, Small World Enterprises, OCLC 983991
    Speedy Delivery (illustrated by Richard Hefter), 1973, Hubbard, OCLC 11464480
  10. Lauren Sánchez Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ... › profiles › lauren-snchez

    Lauren Sanchez is an American news anchor, TV host, actress, pilot, and entrepreneur. She is best known for hosting ‘Fox’ network’s famous show ‘So You Think You Can Dance.’. As an entertainment reporter, Sanchez has worked in shows, such as ‘Showbiz Tonight’ and ‘Larry King Live.’. She has won an ‘Emmy Award’ for her ...

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