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By Stephen Wigler | October 13, 1991
In the world of leading men, Joe Mantegna is a natural outsider. He's a dark, swarthy guy who almost always plays an Italian or a Jew. He compares to the William Hurts and the Kevin Costners as a smirk with an 11 a.m. shadow compares to a golden, clean-shaven megawatt smile."
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73 Garry Marshall Producer 60 Joe Mantegna Actor 52 Whoopi Goldberg Actress 40 Jimmy Kimmel Comedian 27 Monique Coleman Actress
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | July 17, 1999
If you like your men in frilly aprons with a snub-nose .38 holstered on the belt, has A&E got someone for you.Spenser, Robert B. Parker's tough-talking private eye with a penchant for quoting the Great Books, is back in "Small Vices," a deliciously parboiled, modern-day, made-for-cable film noir premiering tomorrow night at 8 on the Arts & Entertainment channel.Joe Mantegna, who will next be seen in Barry Levinson's movie "Liberty Heights," plays Spenser. And while readers of the "Spenser" books might find him a little small for the role, he more than makes up for it in attitude and screen presence.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | August 26, 2007
Tim Mantegna dreamed of making Eagle Scout for more than a decade. So when the time came to pick a topic for the culmination of the program - the leadership project - the 17-year-old Fallston resident wanted to do something people would remember. The parameters for making his selection were simple: The project had to be something that no one in his troop had done, make a lasting impact and involve history. "I'm a history buff ... ," Mantegna said. "Most of the time Scouts do landscaping or build outdoor classes, clear paths or plant trees.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | January 15, 2002
If he could make military justice interesting enough to create a long-running hit show despite the lack of big-name stars in JAG, you might think a series about the Supreme Court starring Joe Mantegna and James Garner would be a slam dunk for producer Don Bellisario. Not exactly. First Monday, a new CBS drama about life backstage at the Supreme Court, has loads of promise, but the first two episodes also have major problems in terms of tone and in translating the complicated legal issues that are the grist of the court's business into prime-time entertainment.
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November 13, 2007
73 Garry Marshall Producer 60 Joe Mantegna Actor 52 Whoopi Goldberg Actress 40 Jimmy Kimmel Comedian 27 Monique Coleman Actress
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December 17, 2006
On December 13, 2006, MARY R. DeBOLE, dear loving sister of Angela T. DeBole, the late Joseph P. DeBole and his wife Antoinette "Dolly", and Singer Mantegna. Beloved aunt of Paula and Harry Burkholder, Bruce and Missy DeBole, Gail DeBole, Daniel and Cathy Mantegna, and Jospeh and Sherrie Mantegna. Cherished great-aunt of Kelly Burkholder, Matthew, Jamie, and Robbie DeBole, and Chrissy, Michael, Amy, and Kelly Mantegna. Relatives and friends are invited to call Miller-Dippel Funeral Home, 6415 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, 21206, on Friday from 1-5 and 7-9 P.M.M-BM- A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Saturday at 12M-BM- noon.
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By Lou Cedrone | October 17, 1991
* ''Cool as Ice'' Vanilla Ice is a do-good biker.* ''Homicide'' A cop discovers an underground group that has been organized to fight hate groups. Filmed in Baltimore. Joe Mantegna stars.* ''My Own Private Idaho'' The odyssey of two male prostitutes. Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix star.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | August 26, 2007
Tim Mantegna dreamed of making Eagle Scout for more than a decade. So when the time came to pick a topic for the culmination of the program - the leadership project - the 17-year-old Fallston resident wanted to do something people would remember. The parameters for making his selection were simple: The project had to be something that no one in his troop had done, make a lasting impact and involve history. "I'm a history buff ... ," Mantegna said. "Most of the time Scouts do landscaping or build outdoor classes, clear paths or plant trees.
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October 7, 2000
Linda Ann Mantegna, 53, owner of contracting firm Linda Ann Mantegna, a contracting company and Italian- American charities official, died Wednesday of cancer at her Hunt Valley home. She 53. She was secretary-treasurer for Homewood General Contractors in Cockeysville, a firm she owned with her husband, Peter Mantegna Jr., who survives her. The couple married in 1967. She was vice president and treasurer of the American Council on Italian Matters, a group that raises scholarship funds.
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December 17, 2006
On December 13, 2006, MARY R. DeBOLE, dear loving sister of Angela T. DeBole, the late Joseph P. DeBole and his wife Antoinette "Dolly", and Singer Mantegna. Beloved aunt of Paula and Harry Burkholder, Bruce and Missy DeBole, Gail DeBole, Daniel and Cathy Mantegna, and Jospeh and Sherrie Mantegna. Cherished great-aunt of Kelly Burkholder, Matthew, Jamie, and Robbie DeBole, and Chrissy, Michael, Amy, and Kelly Mantegna. Relatives and friends are invited to call Miller-Dippel Funeral Home, 6415 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, 21206, on Friday from 1-5 and 7-9 P.M.M-BM- A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Saturday at 12M-BM- noon.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | January 15, 2002
If he could make military justice interesting enough to create a long-running hit show despite the lack of big-name stars in JAG, you might think a series about the Supreme Court starring Joe Mantegna and James Garner would be a slam dunk for producer Don Bellisario. Not exactly. First Monday, a new CBS drama about life backstage at the Supreme Court, has loads of promise, but the first two episodes also have major problems in terms of tone and in translating the complicated legal issues that are the grist of the court's business into prime-time entertainment.
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October 7, 2000
Linda Ann Mantegna, 53, owner of contracting firm Linda Ann Mantegna, a contracting company and Italian- American charities official, died Wednesday of cancer at her Hunt Valley home. She 53. She was secretary-treasurer for Homewood General Contractors in Cockeysville, a firm she owned with her husband, Peter Mantegna Jr., who survives her. The couple married in 1967. She was vice president and treasurer of the American Council on Italian Matters, a group that raises scholarship funds.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | July 17, 1999
If you like your men in frilly aprons with a snub-nose .38 holstered on the belt, has A&E got someone for you.Spenser, Robert B. Parker's tough-talking private eye with a penchant for quoting the Great Books, is back in "Small Vices," a deliciously parboiled, modern-day, made-for-cable film noir premiering tomorrow night at 8 on the Arts & Entertainment channel.Joe Mantegna, who will next be seen in Barry Levinson's movie "Liberty Heights," plays Spenser. And while readers of the "Spenser" books might find him a little small for the role, he more than makes up for it in attitude and screen presence.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,special to the sun | June 28, 1998
Donnie Cain had to go halfway around the world to meet the woman he would marry. Little did he know that he and Beth Mantegna lived just eight miles apart in Reisterstown.In May 1993, Donnie and a group of friends embarked on a three-week tour of Europe to celebrate their graduation from Villanova University. Along with them was a University of Maryland student, who upon hearing that Donnie was from Reisterstown, asked him in London if he knew one of her sorority sisters, Beth Mantegna."I told her, 'Nope, never heard of her. The university [of Maryland]
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By Barry Koltnow and Barry Koltnow,Orange County Register | August 13, 1993
Actor Joe Mantegna is the proud father of two young girls. He is determined to raise them as normal kids. He scoffs at those parents who push their kids and try to live vicariously through them.Then he went to a ballet recital.His 6-year-old was up on stage doing what 6-year-old ballerinas do and someone next to him leaned over and whispered, "She dances real well."That's all it took for Mr. Mantegna's mind to run rampant. Visions of prima ballerinas danced in his head. Suddenly, his little princess was the next Anna Pavlova.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,special to the sun | June 28, 1998
Donnie Cain had to go halfway around the world to meet the woman he would marry. Little did he know that he and Beth Mantegna lived just eight miles apart in Reisterstown.In May 1993, Donnie and a group of friends embarked on a three-week tour of Europe to celebrate their graduation from Villanova University. Along with them was a University of Maryland student, who upon hearing that Donnie was from Reisterstown, asked him in London if he knew one of her sorority sisters, Beth Mantegna."I told her, 'Nope, never heard of her. The university [of Maryland]
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By Michael Hill | July 22, 1991
"The Simpsons" staff described several of the episodes in this upcoming season, including a show that has Mr. Burns, the owner of the nuclear power plant where Homer works, betting $1 million on a company softball game and then importing major league players as ringers.Doing the voices for their own characters will be Roger Clemons, Wade Boggs, Don Mattingly, Ken Griffey Jr., Ozzie Smith, Steve Sax, Mike Scoscia and Jose Canseco.All recorded their parts even after reading a script that had their characters doing some pretty ridiculous things.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
Walbrook has reached the maximum number of tournament (six) that the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association allows and will not be participating in this year's Maryland Scholastic Association tournament."
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By Lou Cedrone | October 17, 1991
* ''Cool as Ice'' Vanilla Ice is a do-good biker.* ''Homicide'' A cop discovers an underground group that has been organized to fight hate groups. Filmed in Baltimore. Joe Mantegna stars.* ''My Own Private Idaho'' The odyssey of two male prostitutes. Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix star.
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