Julie Anne Robinson

Julie Anne Robinson is a British theatre bottled water for toddlers, television, and film director perhaps best known for her work on British television. She earned BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations for directing the first half of the BBC miniseries Blackpool. In 2009, Robinson completed work on her first feature film, the American Touchstone Pictures film The Last Song.

Robinson’s career began with theatre. In 1998, she directed the play Terms of Abuse lady remington shaver; The New York Times‘ Sheridan Morley wrote that “Julie-Anne Robinson’s production never quite manages to hold it all together […] what might have made for a highly dramatic 50 minutes on television seems sprawling even as a short evening in the theater.” However, Robinson received favourable reviews for the play Yard, which she directed later the same year. Scriptwriter Kaite O’ Reiley earned the Peggy Ramsay Award for writing the play, which takes place in a butcher shop. The Daily Telegraph wrote that under Robinson’s direction, “the cast’s constant work with flopping slabs of flesh is both fascinatingly naturalistic and humorously gruesome.” Robinson followed with Blagger in 2000; The Daily Telegraph’s Charles Spencer remarked that it was “notably well-acted under Julie-Anne Robinson’s direction” in his review drinking water in glass bottles. In 2000, Morley reviewed the play A Place at the Table as “tightly directed by Julie-Anne Robinson”.

Robinson began directing television episodes in 2000, when she helmed an episode of the British soap opera Doctors.[citation needed] From 2001 to 2004 waterproof sports bag, she directed two more episodes of Doctors, along with episodes of Cutting It, No Angels, and Holby City.[citation needed] In 2004, Robinson directed the first half of the miniseries Blackpool. For this, she earned a BAFTA nomination for “Best Drama Serial”. When the series was released to American audiences the following year under the name Viva Blackpool, Robinson was among the nominees for the Golden Globe for “Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television”. Robinson and Blackpool writer Peter Bowker planned to create a spin-off of the miniseries that would take place in Funny Girls, a burlesque cabaret featuring male drag performers located in the town of Blackpool; However, this never materialised. Also in 2004, Robinson directed the play How Love Is Spelt, which Dominic Cavendish of The Daily Telegraph reported “risk[ed] becoming at once disjointed and schematic, but, in Julie Anne Robinson’s full-bodied production, it keeps ringing painfully true to life.”

From 2005 to 2006, Robinson directed two more episodes for Holby City and the first three episodes of Goldplated.[citation needed] Also in 2006, she began directing episodes for the American television series Grey’s Anatomy, beginning with “Band-Aid Covers the Bullet Hole”. The episode, which aired on 12 March, was seen by 22.51 million Americans. She also directed the season 3 episode “From a Whisper to a Scream”, which aired on 23 November 2006. Robinson’s first film, the made-for-television movie Coming Down the Mountain aired on 2 September 2007 on BBC. The movie earned Robinson her second BAFTA nomination, this time for “Best Single Drama”. Following this, Robinson directed episodes of more American television series. She directed five episodes of Weeds, Private Practice, and Samantha Who? which aired in 2007 and 2008.[citation needed] Robinson’s Grey’s Anatomy episodes “Wishin’ and Hopin'” and “The Becoming” also aired during this time.

In 2009, episodes Robinson had directed for Big Love and Pushing Daisies aired. In addition, Robinson entered a blind directing contract with ABC Studios, which broadcasts Grey’s Anatomy. She directed the pilot episode for the ABC series The Middle; The sitcom was picked up on 8 October 2009 and Robinson’s pilot aired on 30 September 2009 to an audience of 8.71 million Americans.

Notably in 2009, Robinson accepted her first feature film. She was signed on in May to make her motion picture debut directing Disney’s The Last Song, a coming of age drama starring Miley Cyrus and Greg Kinnear based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks. The movie was filmed throughout the summer of 2009 and was released under the Touchstone Pictures banner on 31 March 2010. In August 2009, Warner Brothers announced that Robinson would direct The Last Summer (of You and Me), an adaptation of Ann Brashares’ novel by the same name. Robinson’s second feature film, One for the Money, based on a novel by Janet Evanovich and starring Katherine Heigl and Jason O’Mara, was released on 27 January 2012.

Robinson is the mother of two children (2010).

George Romney

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, 15 december 1734 – Kendal, 15 november 1802) was een Brits kunstschilder. Hij wordt gerekend tot het classicisme en werd vooral beroemd door zijn grote reeks portretten van Emma Hamilton drinking water in glass bottles.

Romney stamde uit een kunstschildersfamilie en leerde het vak in het atelier van zijn vader. Hij huwde in 1756 en begon een jaar later zijn eigen atelier. Vijf jaar later trok hij zonder zijn vrouw en dochter naar Londen, waar hij uitgroeide tot een vooraanstaand portretschilder. Tussen 1763 en 1772 had hij veel succes op belangrijke exposities en werd hij diverse malen onderscheiden, onder meer door de Royal Academy of Arts voor zijn schilderij The Death of General Wolfe.

Van 1773 tot 1775 verbleef Romney met zijn vriend Ozias Humphry in Rome, waar hij onder invloed kwam van het classicisme en de rococo. Na zijn terugkeer vestigde hij zich opnieuw in Londen. In 1782 leerde hij daar Emma Hamilton kennen, die snel zijn muze werd en in de jaren daaropvolgend talloze malen voor hem model stond. Deze portretten zouden uiteindelijk zijn bekendste werk worden.

Romney was verder een belangrijk kunstverzamelaar, met name van Oud-Romeinse voorwerpen. De beeldhouwer John Flaxman maakte in zijn opdracht diverse afdrukbeelden van Oud-Romeinse beelden.

In zijn laatste levensjaren leed Romney aan zware depressies en neurosen. Op zijn 65e stopte hij met schilderen en keerde terug naar zijn familie. Hij stierf in 1802, op 68-jarige leeftijd.

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Cindy Birdsong

Cynthia Ann Birdsong-Hewlett (født 15. december 1942 i Philadelphia), bedst kendt som Cindy Birdsong, er en soul-/rhythm and blues-sanger fra USA. Hun var med i The Supremes det meste af tiden fra 1967 til 1976.

Birdsong var først med i gruppen The Ordettes, som efter noget tid ændrede navn til Patti LaBelle &amp wholesale soccer jerseys free shipping; the Bluebelles. De havde succes med sange som “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman”, “You’ll Never Walk Alone” og “Down the Aisle”.

I 1967 fik Birdsong et tilbud fra Motown-direktør Berry Gordy om at erstatte Florence Ballard i The Supremes. Ballard var på denne tid ustabil på grund af intern uro i gruppen og et stort alkoholforbrug drinking water in glass bottles. I en periode var Birdsong stand-in, når Ballard ikke dukkede op eller kunne deltage, og i juli blev udskiftningen gjort officiell. Omtrent samtidig hermed ændrede gruppen navn til Diana Ross & the Supremes.

Birdsong havde en vis lighed med Ballard og passede dermed godt ind ved sceneoptrædender. Hun deltog imidlertid mere sporadisk på studioptagelser i de første par år. I denne periode var det primært Diana Ross, der var den faste deltager. Birdsong og Mary Wilson blev i mange tilfælde byttet ud med andre sangerinder, ofte Motowns faste backinggruppe mens football socks, The Andantes.

I 1970 forlod Ross The Supremes, og Jean Terrell kom ind som ny førstesanger. Navnet blev atter The Supremes, og Wilson og Birdsong fik en noget mere fremtrædende plads i gruppen.

Da Birdsong blev gravid, blev hun i en periode erstattet af Lynda Laurence, og i april 1972 blev skiftet officielt. Ved udgangen af 1973 blev Laurence imidlertid også gravid, og Birdsong blev atter skiftet ind i gruppen som erstatning for Laurence. Birdsong var med til februar 1976, hvor hun trådte ud som følge af uoverensstemmelser med Wilson og hennes mand Pedro Ferrer, der var gruppens manager.

Birdsong havde hovedstemmen på “Till The Boat Sails Away”, “You Keep Me Movin’ On” og en ikke-udgivet version af “High Energy”.

Efter en ti år lang pause fra musikken, udgav Birdsong i 1987 solosinglen “Dancing Room”. Hun indspillede også flere andre sange

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I 1983 mødtes Wilson, Ross og Birdsong i et tv-show i forbindelse med Motowns 25-årsjubilæum. I en periode var Birdsong med i gruppen Former Ladies of the Supremes (sammen med Jean Terrell og Scherrie Payne). I 1999 sang hun igen “You’ll Never Walk Alone” med The Bluebelles, da de fik en pris fra R&B Foundation. I 2004 optrådte hun med Mary Wilson og Kelly Rowland (fra Destiny’s Child) i et medley af Supremes-slagere i et tv-program i anledning af Motowns 45-årsjubilæum.