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Hello fans,

Before we get to today's issue, I want to wish you all a
Merry Christmas. Our offices are closed all next week, but
you'll still be getting an issue of WATN next week.

Hope you have a great holiday!

Today we're catching up with Karen Allen. I remember the 
first time I went to see Raider's of the Lost Ark. 

I was in High School and it was a rare treat that my older 
brother (six years) said let's go to the movies. Not too 
many guys in there 20's want to take their 'little' sister
to the movies. And my brother was no exception so that's
why it is something I'll always remember.

Anyway, the movie just blew me away and I ended up seeing
it a few more times... with friends and even my parents.

So let's find out what the spunky girl from Raiders is up
to now!

Be Well,
Anisa


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--DEAD OR ALIVE?

  See if you know if the following Funny Men named Red have 
  had a   visit from the "Grim Reaper":  

Red Buttons: Comedian and actor, he hosted "The Red Buttons Show" 
on TV and later appeared in many movies, including "Sayonara", 
"The Longest Day", "The Poseidon Adventure", and "Hatari!"

Red Foxx: Stand-up comedian, played Fred Sanford on the TV 
series "Sanford and Son"

Red Skelton: Comedian and clown, host of the TV series "The Red 
Skelton Show" for many years, known for his many characters, 
including Clem Kaddiddlehopper and the seagulls Gertrude and 
Heathcliffe

                 (Answer at the bottom)

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KAREN ALLEN


BIRTH DATE: October 5, 1951, Carrollton, Illinois


CLAIM TO FAME: Karen made her major film debut in National 
Lampoon's Animal House (1978) and Hollywood took notice. 
Her next big break came in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 
where she created the role of "Marion Ravenwood". 


FAMILY LIFE: Kale Browne (1 May 1988 - 1997) (divorced) 1 son


Son, Nicholas, born on September 14th 1990.

Lived with musician Stephen Bishop.


INFO: Born in rural southern Illinois, Karen spent her first 
10 years traveling around the country with her mother, her 
FBI agent father, and two sisters. At 17, after graduating 
from high school, Karen moved to New York to study art and 
design. She later attended the University of Maryland and 
spent time traveling through South and Central America. In 
1974 Karen joined a theatre group and 3 years later moved 
back to New York and studied with the Lee Strasberg Institute.


Continued below....   

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TRIVIA: Overcame temporary blindness caused by Kerato 
Conjunctivitis in 1978. She later won major theatre awards 
for playing a blind woman in "Monday Before the Miracle" 
and "Miracle Worker, The".

Considered for the role of Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars, 
later cast in the George Lucas-produced Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Studied in the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute.

Attended the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York 
City at the age of seventeen to study apparel design but her 
life took a different course after encountering the experimental 
theater of Jerzy Grotowski's Polish Theatre Laboratory. 

In 1995 she founded the Berkshire Mountain Yoga in Massachussets.


WHERE IS SHE NOW: An accomplished hand knitting fanatic, Karen 
runs her own knitwear design studio, "Karen Allen Fiber Arts" 
that she started in 2004 in Massachussets.

Currently reprising her role as Marion Ravenwood in the fourth 
installment of the Indiana Jones series with Harrison Ford and 
director Steven Spielberg. This newest installment is filming 
at locations across the globe. The movie is due to be released
Memorial Day in 2008.


WRITE TO KAREN:
Karen Allen
Karen Allen Fiber Arts
35 Railroad Street
Great Barrington, MA 01230


OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.karenallen-fiberarts.com


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CREDITS:  
Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) .. Marion Ravenwood
When Will I Be Loved (2004) .... Alexandra Barrie
Poster Boy (2004) .... Eunice Kray
Briar Patch (2003) .... Butcher Lee
The Root (2003/I) 
Where Are They Now?: A Delta Alumni Update (2003) (V) .... Katy Schoenstein
Shaka Zulu: The Citadel (2001) (TV) .... Katherine Farewell
World Traveler (2001) .... Delores
My Horrible Year! (2001) (TV) .... Belinda Faulkner
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" .... Paula Varney (1 episode, 2001)
    - Scourge (2001) TV episode .... Paula Varney
In the Bedroom (2001) .... Marla Keyes
The Perfect Storm (2000) .... Melissa Brown
The Basket (1999) .... Bessie Emery
Wind River (1998) .... Martha (Wilson)
Falling Sky (1998) .... Resse Nicholson
All the Winters That Have Been (1997) (TV) .... Hannah Raven
'Til There Was You (1997) .... Betty Dawkan
"Law & Order" .... Judith Sandler (1 episode, 1996)
    - Survivor (1996) TV episode .... Judith Sandler
Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story (1996) (TV) .... Margaret
Ripper (1996) (VG) .... Dr. Clare Burton
"The Road Home" (1994) TV series .... Allison Matson
"Biography" .... Narrator (1 episode, 1994)
    - Cleopatra: Destiny's Queen (1994) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
Ghost in the Machine (1993) .... Terry Monroe
King of the Hill (1993) .... Miss Mathey, Aaron's Teacher
Voyage (1993) (TV) .... Catherine 'Kit' Norvell
The Sandlot (1993) .... Mom
Rapture (1993) (TV) .... Georgianne Corcoran
Malcolm X (1992) .... Miss Dunne
The Turning (1992) .... Glory Lawson
Nonesense and Lullabyes: Nursery Rhymes (1992) (V) 
Nonesense and Lullabyes: Poems (1992) (V) 
Sweet Talker (1991) .... Julie Maguire
Secret Weapon (1990) (TV) .... Ruth
Challenger (1990) (TV) .... Christa McAuliffe
Animal Behavior (1989) .... Alex Bristow
Scrooged (1988) .... Claire Phillips
The Glass Menagerie (1987) .... Laura Wingfield
Terminus (1987/I) .... Gus
Backfire (1987) .... Mara McAndrew
"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" .... Jackie Foster (1 episode, 1986)
    - The Creeper (1986) TV episode .... Jackie Foster
Starman (1984) .... Jenny Hayden
Until September (1984) .... Mo Alexander
Split Image (1982) .... Rebecca/Amy
Shoot the Moon (1982) .... Sandy
"Fridays" .... Guest Host (1 episode, 1981)
    - Episode #3.4 (1981) TV episode .... Guest Host
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) .... Marion Ravenwood
"East of Eden" (1981) (mini) TV mini-series .... Abra
A Small Circle of Friends (1980) .... Jessica Bloom
Cruising (1980) .... Nancy
"Knots Landing" .... Annie Fairgate (1 episode, 1979)
    - Pilot (1979) TV episode .... Annie Fairgate
The Wanderers (1979) .... Nina
Manhattan (1979) .... Television Actor #2
Lovey: A Circle of Children, Part II (1978) (TV) .... Elizabeth
Animal House (1978) .... Katy


To see Then & Now pictures of Karen, visit: 

Karen Allen Then & Now


LOOSE LIPS: "I don't know if I've ever played a character who's 
close to me. There have been some elements of myself in different 
roles. Sometimes, I show one side of myself and then completely 
conceal the other." - Karen Allen


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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

Red Buttons - DEAD 
Born: 02/05/1919  Died: 07/13/2006

Redd Foxx - DEAD (Heart Attack)
Born: 12/09/1922  Died: 10/11/1991

Red Skelton - DEAD (Pneumonia)
Born: 07/18/1913  Died: 09/17/1997

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

12/19
- Frank Capra, Jr., 73, American movie studio executive, son of 
 director Frank Capra, prostate cancer. 
- Albert L. O'Neil, 87, American politician, spent 28 years on 
  Boston City Council. 

12/18
- Bill Strauss, 60, American writer on generations, satirist, and 
  founder of the Capitol Steps, pancreatic cancer. 
- Jack Linkletter, 70, American television host, son of Art 
  Linkletter, lymphoma.  

12/17
- Don Chevrier, 69, Canadian sportscaster. 
- Joel Dorn, 65, American jazz, record producer, heart attack. 
- Jim Holstein, 77, American basketball player (Minneapolis Lakers). 
- Tom Murphy, 83, American politician, speaker of the Georgia House 
  of Representatives (1973–2002), complications of a stroke.  
- Dennis Staples, 60, American comedian and radio announcer at WRQN 
  in Toledo, Ohio, kidney disease. 
- Jack Zander, 99, American animator. 

12/16
- Dan Fogelberg, 56, American singer-songwriter ("Same Old Lang 
  Syne"), prostate cancer. 

12/15
- John Berg, 58, American actor, suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. 
- St. Clair Bourne, 64, American documentary filmmaker (Half Past 
  Autumn: the Life and Works of Gordon Parks), pulmonary embolism.
- Julia Carson, 69, American member of the House of Representatives 
  from Indiana since 1997, lung cancer. 
- Douglas Kneeland, 78, American reporter (New York Times) and editor 
  (Chicago Tribune), lung cancer. 
- Diane Middlebrook, 68, American biographer and poet, cancer. 
- Jonathan Witchell, 33, British BBC reporter for Radio Kent.  

12/14
- Hank Kaplan, 88, American boxing historian. 
- Frank Morgan, 73, American saxophonist. 

12/13
- Carlo Felice Cillario, 92, Italian opera conductor, former artistic 
  director of Opera Australia. 
- Laura Huxley, 96, American musician and author, widow of Aldous 
  Huxley, cancer. 
- Cast King, 81, American country singer, cancer. 
- Julia Tharnish, 110, American supercentenarian, Nebraska's 
  oldest person. 
- Floyd Red Crow Westerman, 71, American musician, actor and Native 
  American activist. 
 

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