GopherCentral.com Powered By PulseTV.com
Where Are They Now - Friday, July 7, 2017

Hello fans,


My wife and I recently watched one of our favorite summer movies, "The Great Outdoors", which stars comedy legends John Candy and Dan Aykroyd. With every viewing we zip through, which we affectionately refer to as, "The Unnecessary Subplot" of the teenage romance between townie Cammie (Lucy Deakins) and the vacationing Buck Ripley (Chris Young). It's too cheesie and too cutesy, but the young actors are good and it just seems a bit "Shoe-Horned" into such a silly comedy.

Actress Lucy Deakins had some rather memorable roles over her rather brief film and TV career.

Let's see what Lucy Deakins been doing these days.

Take care,
Steve


Questions? Comments? Email Steve

P.S. Did you miss an issue? You can read every issue from the Gophercentral library of newsletters on our exhaustive archives page. Thousands of issues, all of your favorite publications in chronological order. You can read AND comment. Just click GopherArchives

View Past Issues: Where Are They Now Archives



--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

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

Brandon Tartikoff: NBC programming guru

Chad Everett: Starred as Dr. Joe Gannon in the TV series "Medical Center"

Brian Doyle-Murray: He has appeared in numerous movies, including "JFK", "Wayne's World" and "Cabin Boy"

(Answer at the bottom)




Lucy Deakins

Learn More About Lucy Deakins on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: 18 December 1971, New York City, New York, USA

BIRTH NAME: Lucy Helyn Deakins

CLAIM TO FAME: Lucy Deakins is an actress, best known for As the World Turns, The Boy Who Could Fly and The Great Outdoors.

FAMILY LIFE: She has been married to John Jay (J.J.) Arnold since September 4, 1999. They have two children.

INFO: Graduated from Stuyvesant High School and enrolled in Harvard University in 1988, and graduated in 1994 with a degree in comparative religion. She took time off for acting jobs and to backpack across Europe.

Moved to Denver in 1999, where she worked as a paralegal.

Retired from acting to become a lawyer.

TRIVIA: Mother, Alice, is an English professor at William Paterson University in NJ.

Brother, Ned, fights forest fires with AmeriCorps in Denver.

Father, Roger, is a retired NYU professor of Shakespeare.

While living in Port Townsend, WA, she enrolled in boatbuilding school, worked as an EMT, and signed up as a firefighter with the town's Fire Academy.

Worked as a wildland firefighter for the National Forest Service in 1998.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: She is currently a practicing lawyer at Dunsing & Deakins, LLC; a firm specializing in family law, especially high-conflict child custody issues, and contract disputes for individuals and businesses.

CREDITS:

1993-2002 Law & Order (TV Series)...Leah Stanton / Julia Wood
- The Ring (2002) ... Leah Stanton
- Discord (1993) ... Julia Wood

1995 A Mother's Gift (TV Movie)...Isobelle as an Adult

1994 There Goes My Baby...Mary Beth

1990 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)...Becky Noonan
- Stood Up!

1989 Cheetah...Susan

1988 The Great Outdoors...Cammie

1988 Little Nikita...Barbara Kerry

1986 The Boy Who Could Fly...Milly

1984-1985 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Lily Walsh #1

To see Then & Now pictures of Lucy Deakins, visit: Celebrity Nooz

*

--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Brandon Tartikoff - DEAD (Cancer)
Born: 01/13/1949 Died: 08/27/1997

Chad Everett - DEAD (Cancer)
Born: 06/11/1937 Died: 07/24/2012

Brian Doyle-Murray - ALIVE
Born: 10/31/1945

*

WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

7/5
John McKenzie, 91, Scottish footballer (Partick Thistle, Dumbarton).
Joachim Meisner, 83, German Roman Catholic cardinal, Bishop of Berlin (1980-1988) and Archbishop of Cologne (1988-2014).
Santiago Meléndez (es), 58, Spanish actor.

7/4
John Blackwell, 43, American funk and jazz drummer (Prince), brain tumor.
Chen Xuejun (zh), 98, Chinese physicist, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Ji-Tu Cumbuka, 77, American actor (Roots, Blacula, Mandingo).
Daniil Granin, 98, Soviet-Russian author.
John S. Palmore, 99, American judge, Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court (1966, 1973, 1977-1982).
Ntuthuko Radebe, 22, South African footballer (Eupen), traffic collision.
Shen Panwen (zh), 100, Chinese chemist, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

7/3
Ata Behmanesh (fa), 94?, Iranian athlete and sports presenter.
Tom Blom (nl), 70, Dutch radio and television presenter.
Henrique Medina Carreira, 85, Portuguese jurist and financier, Minister of Finance (1976-1978).
José Luis Cuevas, 83, Mexican artist.
Theodore Kanavas, 56, American politician, member of the Wisconsin Senate (2001-2011), cancer.
John Ssebaana Kizito, 83, Ugandan politician, Mayor of Kampala (1999-2006).
Sandy Mactaggart, 89, Scottish-born Canadian property developer and academic, Chancellor of the University of Alberta (1983-1994).
Aaron Rajman, 25, MMA fighter, shot.
Rudy Rotta, 66, Italian blues guitarist and singer.
Solvi Stubing, 76, German actress (Nude per l'assassino).
Maitama Sule, 87, Nigerian politician and diplomat, Permanent Representative to the United Nations (1979-2017).
Jean-Jacques Susini, 83, French politician.
Paolo Villaggio, 84, Italian writer and actor (Ugo Fantozzi), complications from diabetes.

7/2
Jack Collom, 85, American poet, essayist and poetry teacher.
Ryke Geerd Hamer, 82, German physician and conspiracy theorist.
Smith Hart, 68, American-Canadian professional wrestler (Stampede, WWC, IWE), prostate cancer.
F. Abiola Irele, 81, Nigerian literary critic.
Minos Kyriakou, 75, Greek media and shipping magnate and businessman, heart attack.
Libby Adler Mages, 93, American theatre producer (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Enchanted April, Swing!), heart attack.
Vladimir Malaniuk, 59, Ukrainian chess grandmaster.
John McCormick, 80, Scottish footballer (Crystal Palace, Aberdeen), dementia.
Chris Roberts, 73, German singer and actor, cancer.
Nirupam Sen, 70, Indian diplomat, Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations (2004-2009).
Madhukar Toradmal, 84, Indian actor, kidney failure.
Orri Vigfússon, 74, Icelandic environmentalist.
David W. Vincent, 67, American baseball author, official scorer and statistician (Washington Nationals, SABR), stomach cancer.
Tatiana Zatulovskaya, 81, Soviet-born Israeli chess player, Woman Grandmaster (1976).
Fay Zwicky, 83, Australian poet.

7/1
Vasco Berardo (pt), 83, Portuguese sculptor, painter and medalist.
Norman Dorsen, 86, American civil rights activist, president of the American Civil Liberties Union (1977-1991), complications from a stroke.
Paul Hardin III, 86, American academic administrator (Wofford College, Drew University, UNC), ALS.
Gregory Hatrak, 46, American publisher and cleric.
Felipe Huarte, 88, Spanish engineer and automotive parts manufacturer, first businessman kidnapped by ETA.
BN Kavina, 80, Indian naval officer, Lieutenant Commander & Commanding Officer of the Nipat.
Joseph Keke, 89, Beninese politician.
Frans Maas (nl), 79, Dutch yachtbuilder and sailor, drowned.
Stevie Ryan, 33, American actress and comedian (Stevie TV), suicide by hanging.
Ayan Sadakov, 55, Bulgarian football player (Lokomotiv Plovdiv, national team), ALS.
Nilu Doma Sherpa, 32, Nepali film director, heart attack.
Heathcote Williams, 75, British author and actor.

Top Viewed Issues