Latest Harold Pinter Stories

2014-06-18 23:12:01

Encyclopaedia Britannica® today announced that it has appointed Jason Pinter chief financial officer. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 18, 2014 Encyclopaedia Britannica® today announced that it has appointed Jason Pinter chief financial officer. Pinter succeeds Richard Anderson, who is retiring after nearly twenty years in the position. Pinter began his career with Arthur Andersen and later held positions with Kraft Foods and Orbitz Worldwide. He was most recently vice president,...

2010-04-22 09:15:00

COPLEY, Ohio, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Autism Family Foundation of Northeast Ohio has selected Georgeann Pinter, a respected parent advocate and mother of a child with autism, to serve as the foundation's executive director. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100422/CL90864) In her role, Pinter also will be responsible for coordinating services that will be made available at the Robert J. Keegan Family Center for Autism, which is scheduled to open in Copley in August....

2009-03-16 20:00:34

Carson Daly's publicist says the U.S. television talk show host's girlfriend Siri Pinter has given birth to their son. Born Sunday night, the couple's first child is named Jackson James Daly, People.com reported Monday. Parents are both ecstatic, Carson Daly's publicist, Heather Lylis, told the magazine. They have a happy and healthy baby boy. Daly is the host of the late-night chat show The Last Call with Carson Daly.

2008-12-26 10:36:13

Irish actor Michael Gambon has called British playwright Harold Pinter, who died of cancer this week, a god for actors. Pinter penned dozens of plays including The Caretaker and The Birthday Party, as well as scripts for the films The French Lieutenant's Woman and Sleuth. He died Wednesday at the age of 78. Gambon, who is best known for playing Albus Dumbledore in the three most recent Harry Potter films, has appeared in numerous Pinter plays throughout his career. He is scheduled to star in...

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