Shapiro

Shapiro, and its variations such as Shapira, Schapiro and Chapiro (in French), is a Yiddish surname.

Read more about Shapiro:  Etymology, Notable People, Other Uses

Other articles related to "shapiro":

Stanley Shapiro
... Stanley Shapiro (July 16, 1925 – July 21, 1990) was an American screenwriter and producer responsible for three of Doris Day's most successful films ... Born in Brooklyn, New York, Shapiro earned his first screen credit for South Sea Woman in 1953 ... Shapiro's last project was the television movie Running Against Time, based on his novel A Time to Remember ...
Shapiro - Other Uses
... "Miss Shapiro", a song by 801 from the album 801 Live. ...
Lawrence Shapiro - Background
... Shapiro graduated summa cum laude from Dickinson College in 1984, earning entry into the Phi Beta Kappa Society ... Shapiro married Athena Skaleris, a lawyer and together they moved to Madison, Wisconsin ... Shapiro also claims to have beaten Steven Nadler in the 2006 Madison Ironman competition by four minutes ...
Scorched (telemovie) - Plot
... Ambitious CPN reporter Susan Shapiro launches an investigation into the crisis ... Her report catches the attention of the Premier, who grants Shapiro an interview ... Although Shapiro is amicable (perhaps too much so - her cameraman Teddy accuses her of turning into Oprah), she is still suspicious ...
Songbook (musical)
... Songbook (New York title The Moony Shapiro Songbook) is a musical with music by Monty Norman and book by Monty Norman and Julian More ... Gary Beach, Jeff Goldblum, Judy Kaye and Timothy Jerome as "Mooney Shapiro" ... Times, Frank Rich wrote that "There's the germ of a funny, spiffy satirical revue in The Moony Shapiro Songbook, the forlorn little musical at the Morosco." ...

Famous quotes containing the word shapiro:

    Lastly, his tomb
    Shall list and founder in the troughs of grass
    And none shall speak his name.
    —Karl Shapiro (b. 1913)

    The addition of a helpless, needy infant to a couple’s life limits freedom of movement, changes role expectancies, places physical demands on parents, and restricts spontaneity.
    —Jerrold Lee Shapiro (20th century)

    I was born and raised in a neighborhood called Noah’s Ark. If you didn’t travel in pairs, you just didn’t travel.
    —Stanley Shapiro (1925–1990)