- VivienVivian Mary Hartley, 1913–67, English actress.
- a male or female given name.
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Contemporary Examples of leigh
When asked to evaluate his own work, Leigh was a little more reticent.
He said it was too soon to judge Mr Turner and certainly too soon to describe late era Leigh—“I have not died yet!”
Only then are they are introduced to one another for hundreds of improvisation sessions led by Leigh.
Bailey, who is also dating the director, said working on a Leigh production was incredibly arduous.
I spoke with Leigh Cowart, a journalist that has written extensively on the traumatic effects of combat sports.The MMA Fighters Have Gone Crazy: ‘Mayhem’ Miller the Latest in a Long Line of Psycho Pugilists
October 10, 2014
Historical Examples of leigh
And in this matter Master Leigh saw a way to break faith with profit.
Master Leigh was cursing his gunner for having aimed too high.
Master Leigh sucked in a shuddering breath, and was silent for a while.
The word "handsome" was typed in the offer from which Mr. Vandeford made to Mr. Leigh.Blue-grass and Broadway
Maria Thompson Daviess
It was quite natural for Miss Leigh to speak of fingerprints.Joan of Arc of the North Woods
- a town in NW England, in Wigan unitary authority, Greater Manchester: engineering industries. Pop: 43 006 (2001)
- Mike. born 1943, British dramatist and theatre, film, and television director, noted for his use of improvisation. His plays include Abigail's Party (1977), and his films include High Hopes (1988), Secrets and Lies (1996), Vera Drake (2004), and Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
- Vivien, real name Vivian Hartley. 1913–67, English stage and film actress. Her films include Gone with the Wind (1939) and A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), for both of which she won Oscars