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SEYMOUR >> Torrington girls volleyball team, beaten by just two teams last year - Woodland and Seymour - now has payback against both. With a 3-0 win over Woodland earlier this season, 6-0 Torrington went to Seymour Friday night, returning with a 3-1
But when the NFFA, the current ruling party helmed by their new leader Minister Edwidge Owens (Kyle Secor) decide to take matters into their own hands, it falls to the indefatigable (Frank Grillo), Roan's head of security, to make sure she stays alive
Parents have more pride than the students at this point 09/28/16, @kyle_secor
@JazzmanyAlvarez I want to make an appearance at his class but cadd is holding me back 09/28/16, @kyle_secor
@kyle_secor he shut me down so quick 09/28/16, @JazzmanyAlvarez
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Intelligent writing, intense characters, a dark sense of humor, innovative editing, and complex plots--Homicide: Life on the Street has raised the caliber of television police drama Homicide: Life on the Street is addictive television. Each week we watch to see who Detective Pembleton will spar with in "the Box," or what conspiracy theories Detective Munch will be espousing as the truth, but more than anything we tune in to see the gritty reality that makes this show the best police drama to ever grace the small screen. There aren't any car chases, rarely any shootouts, and sometimes the cases don't get solved. Instead, these detectives keep their clothes on, have a relentlessly morbid sense of humor, and catch the criminals because they have brains, not necessarily brawn. In other words, they're real. Homicide: Life on the Street, The Unofficial Companion by David P. Kalat--the first and only full-length guide to this Emmy Award-winning and three-time Peabody Award-winning television series--brilliantly captures the essence of this groundbreaking show. You'll Learn About: famed filmmaker Barry Levinson's decision to bring Homicide to television instead of making a film of David Simon's novel Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets the behind-the-scenes anecdotes about cast regulars, including the onscreen clutches that led to offscreen romances the producers' many battles with the network suits over poor placement in the schedule, and the series' repeated trips to the land known as hiatus cast casualties--why they left or were let go the esteemed cast--including Andre Braugher, Ned Beatty, Daniel Baldwin, and Yaphet Kotto, among others--the characters they've created, and their beyond-Homicide careers season-by-season critiques of each episode Revealing, resourceful, and thoughtful, Homicide: Life on the Street, the Unofficial 0Companion is a must-have for any fan!
Kyle Secor; Born (1957-05-31) May 31, 1957 (age 59) Tacoma, Washington: Occupation: Actor: Years active: 1986–present: Spouse(s) Kari Coleman (2002–present)
Kyle Secor, Actor: Homicide: Life on the Street. Kyle is the youngest of three sons. His father was a salesman for Beechnut. He was avid basketball player in school ...
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