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By Susan King and Susan King,Los Angeles Times | January 2, 2007
HOLLYWOOD -- Matthew Fox is doing double duty these days. He's one of the stars of the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning ABC series Lost, which returns to the network's lineup on Feb. 7, and he's branching out in the feature film world. Fox's first major movie, We Are Marshall, is currently in theaters. But that success comes with a price: The boyish-looking 40-year-old says he wrestles constantly with the need to balance acting and his family life. "The kind of success I am having right now is very time-consuming," Fox said recently, relaxing in the lobby at the Chateau Marmont hotel.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 29, 2008
With the continuing dominance of reality TV and an industrywide mandate to keep cutting costs, it is getting harder and harder to find anything positive to report about the state of television drama these days. Except when it comes to the ABC serial Lost, which ends it fourth season with a two-hour episode tonight at 9. Season- enders of Lost are not to be ignored. Reverberations from last year's finale, which concluded with a flash-forward in time that found Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox)
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January 30, 2008
Critic's Pick -- In a souped-up version of last season's finale, Jack (Matthew Fox) and the castaways try to contact a rescue ship in Lost (9 p.m., ABC).
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January 30, 2008
Critic's Pick -- In a souped-up version of last season's finale, Jack (Matthew Fox) and the castaways try to contact a rescue ship in Lost (9 p.m., ABC).
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April 9, 2006
On Saturday, March 25, 2006, MARTIN A., a long time merchant seaman. Beloved father of Martin A. Glass; devoted brother of Matthew Fox; dear long time friend of Mary Thomas. Also survived by two grandchildren, one niece and several nephews. Friends may call at the Charles S. Zeiler & Son, Inc., 6224 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224, on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Catholic Prayers service will be held on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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April 6, 2006
On Tuesday, April 4, 2006, MATTHEW FOX; loving son of Lisa London, Michael and Nancy Fox, all of Baltimore; devoted brother of Elizabeth (Liz) Fox; beloved grandson of Alvin and Helen London (nee Levy), Barbara (nee Fendler) and the late Douglas Lee Fox; devoted nephew of Larry and Lisa London, Dr. Ross and Karen Elliott, Steve and Edye Abrams. Also survived by other family members and many dear friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday, April 6, at 1pm. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Lane.
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By Frank P.L. Somerville and Frank P.L. Somerville,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
The Rev. Matthew Fox's admirers -- and they are legion -- have placed him in some illustrious company. And with a wry, self-deprecating laugh at his admitted immodesty, this rebel Roman Catholic priest agrees with his admirers.The company? St. Thomas Aquinas, Galileo, Meister Eckhart, St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross for starters.Add some of Father Fox's celebrated contemporaries: Liberation theologian Leonardo Boff, moral theologian Charles Curran, poet-bishop Pedro Casaladaliga.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | July 24, 1996
Several good movies on tonight, for those of you not Olympic-minded."A League of Their Own" (8: 30 p.m.-11 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) Until this movie was released in 1992, a lot of people never knew there was such a thing as women's professional baseball, an invention of Philip K. Wrigley spurred by the lack of available male players during World War II. Geena Davis and Lori Petty are sisters who end up on rival teams, Madonna and Rosie O'Donnell are among...
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April 29, 1994
Matt Fox's WorksAs a graduate of a Catholic seminary (the Washington Theological Union), I feel I am in a position to comment on Frank Somerville's article on Matthew Fox (April 8).While much of the article is consistent with what I know of Matthew Fox, Frank Somerville made some statements that I believe are misleading at best. Having been the subject of newspaper articles myself, I know how easy it is for a reporter who may not be well versed in the subject matter to create impressions that are misleading.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 29, 2008
With the continuing dominance of reality TV and an industrywide mandate to keep cutting costs, it is getting harder and harder to find anything positive to report about the state of television drama these days. Except when it comes to the ABC serial Lost, which ends it fourth season with a two-hour episode tonight at 9. Season- enders of Lost are not to be ignored. Reverberations from last year's finale, which concluded with a flash-forward in time that found Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox)
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By Verne Gay and Verne Gay,Newsday | February 6, 2007
In the opening seconds of Lost when it returns tomorrow at 10 p.m., there's a long dissolve of a beach at sunset, with striated bands of orange and deep red on the horizon and phosphorescent waves crashing on a distant reef. It's alluring and unsettling, familiar yet strange. All in all, a classic Lost kind of visual. In the old days - that would be a season ago - a scene opener like this might send fans, or at least the more compulsively odd ones, scrambling to discover Meaning: Why a beach?
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By Susan King and Susan King,Los Angeles Times | January 2, 2007
HOLLYWOOD -- Matthew Fox is doing double duty these days. He's one of the stars of the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning ABC series Lost, which returns to the network's lineup on Feb. 7, and he's branching out in the feature film world. Fox's first major movie, We Are Marshall, is currently in theaters. But that success comes with a price: The boyish-looking 40-year-old says he wrestles constantly with the need to balance acting and his family life. "The kind of success I am having right now is very time-consuming," Fox said recently, relaxing in the lobby at the Chateau Marmont hotel.
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April 9, 2006
On Saturday, March 25, 2006, MARTIN A., a long time merchant seaman. Beloved father of Martin A. Glass; devoted brother of Matthew Fox; dear long time friend of Mary Thomas. Also survived by two grandchildren, one niece and several nephews. Friends may call at the Charles S. Zeiler & Son, Inc., 6224 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224, on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Catholic Prayers service will be held on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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April 6, 2006
On Tuesday, April 4, 2006, MATTHEW FOX; loving son of Lisa London, Michael and Nancy Fox, all of Baltimore; devoted brother of Elizabeth (Liz) Fox; beloved grandson of Alvin and Helen London (nee Levy), Barbara (nee Fendler) and the late Douglas Lee Fox; devoted nephew of Larry and Lisa London, Dr. Ross and Karen Elliott, Steve and Edye Abrams. Also survived by other family members and many dear friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday, April 6, at 1pm. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Lane.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 22, 2004
Lost is ABC's answer to those who say the networks never take chances. Executive producer J.J. Abrams dares in this new series about the aftermath of a plane crash on a mysterious Pacific island to try to reinvent the disaster movies of the 1970s as a weekly TV drama. Furthermore, he goes about it by improbably crossing genres - bringing in a major jolt of unseen horror to heighten the tension. Surprisingly, based on tonight's one-hour pilot, it looks as if Abrams might just pull it off - giving ABC its first live-wire drama since he reimagined the spy thriller with Alias in 2001.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | July 24, 1996
Several good movies on tonight, for those of you not Olympic-minded."A League of Their Own" (8: 30 p.m.-11 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) Until this movie was released in 1992, a lot of people never knew there was such a thing as women's professional baseball, an invention of Philip K. Wrigley spurred by the lack of available male players during World War II. Geena Davis and Lori Petty are sisters who end up on rival teams, Madonna and Rosie O'Donnell are among...
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 22, 2004
Lost is ABC's answer to those who say the networks never take chances. Executive producer J.J. Abrams dares in this new series about the aftermath of a plane crash on a mysterious Pacific island to try to reinvent the disaster movies of the 1970s as a weekly TV drama. Furthermore, he goes about it by improbably crossing genres - bringing in a major jolt of unseen horror to heighten the tension. Surprisingly, based on tonight's one-hour pilot, it looks as if Abrams might just pull it off - giving ABC its first live-wire drama since he reimagined the spy thriller with Alias in 2001.
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By Verne Gay and Verne Gay,Newsday | February 6, 2007
In the opening seconds of Lost when it returns tomorrow at 10 p.m., there's a long dissolve of a beach at sunset, with striated bands of orange and deep red on the horizon and phosphorescent waves crashing on a distant reef. It's alluring and unsettling, familiar yet strange. All in all, a classic Lost kind of visual. In the old days - that would be a season ago - a scene opener like this might send fans, or at least the more compulsively odd ones, scrambling to discover Meaning: Why a beach?
NEWS
April 29, 1994
Matt Fox's WorksAs a graduate of a Catholic seminary (the Washington Theological Union), I feel I am in a position to comment on Frank Somerville's article on Matthew Fox (April 8).While much of the article is consistent with what I know of Matthew Fox, Frank Somerville made some statements that I believe are misleading at best. Having been the subject of newspaper articles myself, I know how easy it is for a reporter who may not be well versed in the subject matter to create impressions that are misleading.
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By Frank P.L. Somerville and Frank P.L. Somerville,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
The Rev. Matthew Fox's admirers -- and they are legion -- have placed him in some illustrious company. And with a wry, self-deprecating laugh at his admitted immodesty, this rebel Roman Catholic priest agrees with his admirers.The company? St. Thomas Aquinas, Galileo, Meister Eckhart, St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross for starters.Add some of Father Fox's celebrated contemporaries: Liberation theologian Leonardo Boff, moral theologian Charles Curran, poet-bishop Pedro Casaladaliga.
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