Thompson

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Lea Thompson - Early Life
... Thompson was born in Rochester, Minnesota, the daughter of Barbara Anne (née Barry), a singer and musician, and Clifford Elwin "Cliff" Thompson ... Thompson danced in more than 45 ballets with the American Ballet Theatre ... Thompson was told by ballet legend and then ABT artistic director Mikhail Baryshnikov that she was "a beautiful dancer, but too stocky." Due to this (as well as some small ...
Thompson - Other Uses
... Nlaka'pamux, a Canadian First Nation also known as "the Thompson" Thompson language, spoken by the Nlaka'pamux USS Thompson, two U.S ... Navy destroyers Thompson submachine gun Thomson and Thompson (Dupont et Dupond), two clumsy detectives from the Tintin series Thompson (band), a Croatian rock band ...
Islands (band) - History - Vapours
19, 2009, it was confirmed that Jamie Thompson had returned to Islands ... Thompson's return was part of a huge band lineup overhaul in which every member save for Thorburn left the group ... Thompson joined Evan Gordon and Geordie Gordon as the members of Islands' new lineup alongside Thorburn ...
Estella Marie Thompson
... Estella Marie Thompson (born August 9, 1969), also known as Divine Brown, is an American former sex worker who gained public attention in 1995 when Hugh Grant, an English actor, was ... Thompson has remained in the public eye since then through work in pornography, television appearances and newspaper interviews ...
Lea Thompson - Personal Life
... Thompson has been married to film director Howard Deutch since 1989 ... Thompson and Deutch have two daughters, Madeline Erin and Zoey Francis, with whom she sang on stage in the Bye Bye Birdie production for the 16th annual ... Thompson has stated that her career break to raise her children has helped with her subsequent portrayal of soccer mom Cathy Davis/Jane Doe ...

Famous quotes containing the word thompson:

    Cry,—clinging Heaven by the hems;
    And lo, Christ walking on the water
    Not of Gennesareth, but Thames!
    —Francis Thompson (1859–1907)

    I fled Him, down the nights and down the days;
    I fled Him, down the arches of the years;
    I fled Him, down the labyrinthine ways
    Of my own mind; and in the midst of tears
    I hid from Him, and under running laughter.
    —Francis Thompson (1859–1907)

    Inter-railers are the ambulatory equivalent of McDonalds, walking testimony to the erosion of French culture.
    —Alice Thompson (b. 1963)