Unit - Entertainment and The Arts

Entertainment and The Arts

  • UNIT, a fictional military organization in the science fiction television series Doctor Who
  • Unit (album), by the Australian band Regurgitator
  • Unit (art collective), a British artists' collective
  • G-Unit, a hip-hop music group
  • The Units, a synthpunk band
  • The Unit, an American television series
  • Second unit, a team that shoots footage which is of lesser importance for the final motion picture
  • Unit of action, a discrete piece of action (or beat) in a theatrical presentation
  • UNIT Post Production, a British company
  • The Tony Rice Unit, an American bluegrass group

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... David Scull Bispham 1876, Baritone, Metropolitan Opera and Covent Garden soloist, author of A Quaker Singer's Recollection, 1920 Chevy Chase, comedian, attended for one semester Julius Katchen 1947, concert pianist, recognized by Eugene Ormandy at his debut concert playing Mozart's Piano Concerto in D-Minor (age 10) Robert E ... Hecht 1941, collector, dealer and expert in antiquities Daniel Dae Kim 1990, actor, Lost Ken Ludwig 1972, Tony Award-winning playwright of Lend Me a Tenor and Crazy for You and a lawyer (of counsel) for Steptoe Johnson LLP Andrew Millstein 1984, General Manager of Walt Disney Animation Studios Judd Nelson, actor, did not graduate Craig Owens '71, art critic and theorist ...

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