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Where Are They Now - Friday, May 26, 2017

Hello fans,


This week we are catching up with actress Kim Greist, known for her roles in such films as Manhunter and Brazil. I wasn't able to find too much information, but I have included lots of details about her career in acting!

Oh, and sorry about the whole Joan Fontaine thing. I thought she was alive. Well, she is to me, everytime I watch 'Suspicion'. Thanks for the heads-up.

Take care,
Steve


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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Annie Potts: Played Mary Jo Shively on the TV series "Designing Women" and Janine Melnitz in "Ghostbusters"

Peter O'Toole: He starred in "Lawrence of Arabia", "Goodbye, Mr. Chips", "My Favorite Year" and many other movies

John Ashton: He played bounty hunter Marvin Dorfler in the movie "Midnight Run" and has also appeared in "Little Big League", "Beverly Hills Cop" and other movies

(Answer at the bottom)




Kim Greist

Learn More About Kim Greist on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: May 12, 1958, Stamford, Connecticut

CLAIM TO FAME: Is known for her roles in Brazil and Manhunter.

FAMILY LIFE: No info found.

INFO: Greist started out acting on the stage, but had a stint as a professional model in Europe during her late teenage years.

At the age of 20, she returned to the U.S. and began her career in the off-Broadway comedy "Second Prize: Two Months in Leningrad". She also appeared in the New York Shakespeare Festival.

In 1984, she made her first film appearance in the horror film, C.H.U.D. Some of the films she is known for include Brazil (1985), Michael Mann's Manhunter (1986), Throw Momma from the Train (1987) and Punchline (1988).

In the 1990s, she appeared in Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993), Roswell (1994) and Houseguest (1995).

TRIVIA: Is of Polish (from her maternal grandmother), German, and English descent.

WHERE IS SHE NOW:
After appearing on an episode of Judging Amy in 2002, she suddenly disappeared from the screen.

CREDITS:

2001 Judging Amy (TV Series)...Michelle Crouse
- The Last Word (2001)

2001/I Zoe...Mrs. Callahan

2000 The X-Files (TV Series)...Lisa Underwood
- Invocation (2000)

2000 Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth (Video)...Mrs. Peacock

2000 The Hiding Place...Holly

2000 Diagnosis Murder (TV Series)...Lou Tyler, P.I.
- The Unluckiest Bachelor in L.A. (2000)

2000 Touched by an Angel (TV Series)...Shawn
- With God as My Witness (2000)

1999 Rockin' Good Times...Samantha

1999 H-E Double Hockey Sticks (TV Movie)...Marie Antoinette

1998 The Rose Sisters (as Kim Griest)

1996 Last Exit to Earth (TV Movie)...Eve (as Kimberly Griest)

1996 Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco...Laura Seaver

1994-1995 Chicago Hope (TV Series)...Laurie Geiger

1995 Houseguest...Emily Young

1994 Roswell (TV Movie)...Vy Marcel

1993 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey...Laura Burnford-Seaver

1992 Duplicates (TV Movie)...Marion Boxletter

1991 Payoff (TV Movie)...Justine Bates

1990 Monsters (TV Series)...Sarah / Mandy
- The Bargain (1990)

1990 Why Me?...June Daley

1989 Wiseguy (TV Series)...Kay Gallagher

1988 Punchline...Madeline Urie

1988 Tales from the Darkside (TV Series)...Claire
- Going Native (1988)

1987 Throw Momma from the Train...Beth

1986 Manhunter...Molly Graham

1985 Miami Vice (TV Series)...Brenda
- Nobody Lives Forever (1985)

1985 Brazil...Jill Layton

1984 C.H.U.D....Lauren Daniels

To see Then & Now pictures of Kim Greist, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Annie Potts - ALIVE
Born: 10/28/1952

Peter O'Toole - DEAD
Born: 08/02/1932 Died: 12/14/2013

John Ashton - ALIVE
Born: 02/22/1948

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

5/23
Kofi Bucknor, 64, Ghanaian actor (Run Baby Run).
Chandraswami, 66, Indian religious advisor, stroke.
Stefano Farina, 54, Italian football referee (UEFA Champions League).
Cortez Kennedy, 48, American Hall of Fame football player (Seattle Seahawks).
Sir Roger Moore, 89, English actor (The Spy Who Loved Me, The Persuaders!, The Saint), cancer.

5/22
Devil His Due, 28, American racehorse, euthanized.
Oscar Fulloné, 78, Argentine football player and coach.
Nicky Hayden, 35, American motorcycle racer, world champion (2006), injuries from traffic collision.
Viktor Kupreichik, 67, Belarusian chess grandmaster.
Marsh McCall, 52, American television writer (Just Shoot Me!, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Last Man Standing).
Dina Merrill, 93, American actress (Operation Petticoat, BUtterfield 8, Desk Set), heiress and socialite, dementia.
Vladimir Pereturin, 78, Russian football player and TV commentator.
Philippa Roles, 39, Welsh discus thrower.
Julia Viellehner (de), 31, German triathlete and long-distance runner, injuries from traffic collision.
Zbigniew Wodecki, 67, Polish singer, composer and musician.

5/21
Al Ater, 63, American politician, member of the Louisiana State Legislature (1984-1992), brain cancer.
Sir Paul Judge, 68, British businessman (Cadbury Schweppes, Premier Brands, Standard Bank) and political executive.
Leo Kristi, 67, Indonesian singer, kidney failure.
Jimmy LaFave, 61, American folk singer, songwriter and guitarist, cancer.
George Reiff, 56, American bassist and record producer, cancer.
Lars-Erik Skiöld, 65, Swedish wrestler, Olympic bronze medalist (1980).
Bill White, 77, Canadian ice hockey player (Chicago Blackhawks, Los Angeles Kings, national team).

5/20
Chana Bloch, 77, American poet, cancer.
Albert Bouvet, 87, French racing cyclist.
Joy Corning, 84, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Iowa (1991-1999), liver illness.
Emile Degelin, 90, Belgian film director.
Victor Gaureanu, 49, Romanian fencer, world championship bronze medalist (1994, 2001).
Syed Abdullah Khalid, 75, Bangladeshi sculptor.
Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhel, 84, Pakistani politician.
Miguel Mykycej, 82, Ukrainian-born Argentine Ukrainian Catholic hierarch, Bishop of Santa María del Patrocinio in Buenos Aires (1999-2010).
William Clifford Newman, 88, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore (1984-2003).
Gabe Proctor, 27, American runner, suicide.
Natalia Shakhovskaya, 81, Russian cellist.
Lisa Spoonauer, 44, American actress (Clerks).
Roger Tassé, 85, Canadian civil servant.
Alexander Volkov, 65, Russian politician, President of the Udmurt Republic (2000-2014).
James Weatherhead, 86, Scottish minister, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (1993-1994).

5/19
Donald Avenson, 72, American politician, member of the Iowa House of Representatives (1979-1989).
André Bach, 73, French general and historian.
Rich Buckler, 68, American comic book artist (Deathlok, All-Star Squadron, Fantastic Four), cancer.
David Bystron, 34, Czech footballer (Baník Ostrava), suicide by hanging.
John Cavell, 100, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Southampton (1972-1984).
Grady C. Cothen, 96, American religious leader and academic administrator, President of Oklahoma Baptist University (1966-1970).
Hubertus Ernst, 100, Dutch Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Breda (1967-1992).
Stanley Greene, 68, American photojournalist, cancer.
Kid Vinil, 62, Brazilian singer and record producer.
Herbert L. Meschke, 89, American politician and judge, Justice on the North Dakota Supreme Court (1985-1998), member of the North Dakota House of Representatives (1965-1966) and Senate (1967-1970).
Ed Mierkowicz, 93, American baseball player (Detroit Tigers).
Nawshirwan Mustafa, 73, Iraqi Kurdish politician, general coordinator of the Movement for Change, lung cancer.
Tommy Ross, 71, Scottish footballer (York City).
David Sánchez, 25, Mexican flyweight boxer, traffic collision.
Wayne Walker, 80, American football player (Detroit Lions), sports broadcaster and director (KPIX, NFL on CBS), complications from Parkinson's disease.
Yang Yiyan (zh), 91, Chinese writer (Red Crag).

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