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His mother, Doris H. ( née Gelineau ) Tierney, was a Salem native who worked a split shift at the New England Telephone Company, where she remained for 42 years.
He remained married to his fourth wife, Dorothy Tierney, until his death on December 22, 1966.

Tierney and friends
Soon after, Mark formed the band Tidal Arms with friends Tom Tierney and Patrick Southern.

Tierney and until
Tierney continued winning small roles in film and television, though it was not until her leading role in the sitcom NewsRadio from 1995 to 1999 that she received regular national exposure.
Clones was the site of a monastic settlement in the kingdom of Dartraige Con-innsi, originally founded by Tigernach ( anglicised Tierney ) in the 6th century, until the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII.
He worked as a solo practitioner until 1981, when he became a partner at the North Shore community law firm Tierney, Kalis, & Lucas.
Other than re-releases of his films, Power wasn ’ t seen on screen again after his entry into the Marines until 1946, when he co-starred with Gene Tierney in The Razor's Edge, an adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's novel of the same name.
He was sacked only a couple of weeks before the new season was to begin which left Rovers in the temporary control of caretakers Leo Tierney and Dessie Cawley as the new season began until a new man could be appointed.
* Irene, 1919, m Harry Tierney, l Joseph McCarthy ( lyricist ), b James Montgomery ( 670 ) ( longest-running Broadway show up to that time ( though London had already had many longer-running shows ) until Hellzapoppin in 1938 )
When Harrison finds out Cole is running, he decides to step down, until he notices an unwitting Cole make a pass at Harrison's girlfriend of six years, veterinarian Dr. Sally Mannis ( Maura Tierney ), who recently broke up with him because he was taking the relationship too slow and had not yet proposed marriage to her.

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Regular attendees at his famed soirées included Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, Joan Crawford and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart, Claudette Colbert, Marlene Dietrich, Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, actor Richard Cromwell, Stanley Holloway, Judy Garland, Gene Tierney, Noël Coward, Cole Porter, director James Whale, costume designer Edith Head, and Norma Shearer, especially after the death of her first husband, Irving Thalberg.
During the filming of The Left Hand of God ( 1955 ), he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly.
He coached Tierney, feeding her lines.
Red Sonja received her own comic book title and eventually a series of novels by David C. Smith and Richard L. Tierney, as well as Richard Fleischer's unsuccessful film adaptation in 1985.
He offered relative newcomers Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews little support, allowed theatrically trained Judith Anderson to play to the balcony instead of reining in her performance, and virtually ignored Webb, who had learned the director was unhappy with his casting.
Later, obnoxious cousin Albert ( Allyn Joslyn ) introduces the family to his fiancee, Martha ( Gene Tierney ) and her feuding parents, the Strables ( Eugene Pallette, Marjorie Main ).
Gene Tierney dropped out due to her health problems.
There can be little doubt that Christie used the real-life tragedy of American actress Gene Tierney as the basis of her plot.
Tierney described the event in her autobiography ( Self-Portrait, New York: Wyden, 1979 ), but it had been well publicized for years previously.
In June 1943, while pregnant with her first child, Tierney came down with German measles, contracted during her only appearance at the Hollywood Canteen.
A second nomination followed for her work in Mitchell Leisen's ' classic ensemble screwball comedy The Mating Season ( 1951 ) starring Gene Tierney and John Lund.
Maura Therese Tierney ( born February 3, 1965 ) is an American film and television actress, who is best known for her roles as Lisa Miller on the sitcom NewsRadio and Abby Lockhart on the television medical drama ER.
Tierney replaced Joely Richardson as the female lead of the 2010 ABC television series The Whole Truth, after Richardson dropped out to spend more time with her family.
In February 2011, Tierney made her debut at the Gate Theatre in the Dublin premiere of Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage ( translation by Christopher Hampton ) alongside Ardal O ' Hanlon.
Tierney married actor-director Billy Morrissette on February 1, 1993, two days before her 28th birthday, after the two met on the set of a never-aired television series.
Tierney had surgery to remove a tumor from her breast in 2009.
Others who appeared on the show over the years include Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., James Meredith, Sam Sheppard, Mother Teresa, Jerry Rubin, Angela Davis, Madelyn Murray O ' Hair, Alfred Hitchcock, Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Bette Davis, Gene Kelly, Gene Tierney, Lucille Ball, Vivian Vance, Mark Hamill, Ginger Rogers, Ricardo Montalban, Howard Keel, Celeste Holm, Dorothy Lamour, Dana Andrews, Vincent Price, Natalie Wood, Joan Crawford, Cliff Robertson, Peter Lawford, Nanette Fabray, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Lee Marvin, Paul Newman, Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Carrie Fisher, Robert Wagner, Diahann Carroll, George Hamilton, Victor Buono, Peter Ustinov, Tammy Grimes, Valerie Harper, Richard Dreyfuss, John Travolta, Louis Armstrong, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Ethel Merman, Sammy Davis, Jr., Harrison Ford, Eydie Gorme, Jack Jones, Harry Belafonte, Liza Minnelli, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence, Edie Adams, Debbie Reynolds, Gwen Verdon, Connie Francis, Olivia Newton-John, Ben Vereen, Joey Heatherton, Frankie Laine, Eartha Kitt, Sergio Mendes, Buddy Rich, Jerry Vale, Lola Falana, Frankie Valli, Pearl Bailey, Lou Rawls, Yank Barry, Tina Turner, Tom Waits, Eddy Arnold, Johnny Cash, Roy Clark, Kenny Rogers, Ray Stevens, Janis Ian, Bernie Taupin, Ian Anderson, Marcel Marceau, Muhammad Ali, Howard Cosell, Joe Namath, Mason Reese, Ralph Nader, Rex Reed, Martha Mitchell, Victor Borge, Kreskin, Imogene Coca, Phyllis Diller, Fannie Flagg, Lily Tomlin, Joan Rivers, Elayne Boosler, Milton Berle, George Burns, Sid Caesar, Mel Brooks, Alan King, Bill Cosby, Henny Youngman, Jack Carter, Redd Foxx, Rodney Dangerfield, Jan Murray, Shecky Greene, Buddy Hacket, Joey Bishop, Red Skelton, Steve Allen, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, George Schindler, Marty Allen, Robert Klein, George Carlin, Sandy Baron, Artie Johnson, Frank Gorshin, Soupy Sales, Jonathan Winters, Charlie Callas, Norm Crosby, Rip Taylor, Foster Brooks, Irwin Corey, Leonard Barr, Pat Cooper, Rich Little, Stan Kann, Steve Landesberg, Andy Kaufman, Jimmie Walker, Jay Leno, Moe Howard of The Three Stooges, Gloria Parker with her Musical Glasses, Ruth Dickson, Jimmy Edmonson ( better known as " Professor Backwards " who appeared more times than any other guest ).
Normally she would have taken her seat on 1 July 2005, however following the resignation of Senator John Tierney in April ( his term was due to expire on 30 June ), Fierravanti-Wells was appointed to the resulting vacancy, and took her seat on 5 May.
Also in 1998, during a photo shoot for Elle magazine, the photographer noticed her resemblance to the actress Gene Tierney and Elle dubbed Murphy " The blonde Gene Tierney ".
In the holoprogram, as Detective Hill, Picard takes up the case of Jessica Bradley ( Carolyn Allport ), who believes Cyrus Redblock ( Lawrence Tierney ) is trying to kill her.
* Maura Tierney, actress, famous for her roles in NewsRadio and ER

Tierney and death
Tierney was speculated as a candidate to succeed United States Senator Ted Kennedy in a special election after Kennedy's death in 2009, but he decided not to run.

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Matters changed when she was named one of the four most beautiful women in Hollywood, along with Hedy Lamarr, Ingrid Bergman and Gene Tierney in a 1944 edition of Look magazine.
Tierney had an active role in congressional oversight of U. S. foreign policy when his party held the majority.
* Kyra Tierney ( in the Japanese version ) is a young, aggressive, tomboyish Esper ( one of the dwellers within the Esper Mansion, abode of the great Lutz ) who meets the party when she is rescued from an altercation with the Forest of Carnivorous Trees.
Jacobson commented that he " absolutely lost it when Homer ’ s drawing of a robot grilling a hot dog was seen-it ’ s funnier if you see it-and Lawrence Tierney ’ s guest turn as the store detective adds hilarious grit to the show.
DeMille asked Paramount Pictures to put Tierney under contract, but the idea was dropped when he was arrested for fighting in a bar.

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He was familiar with mental illness ( his sister had bouts of depression ), and Bogart encouraged Tierney to seek treatment, which she did.
Baxter co-starred with Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney in 1946's The Razor's Edge, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
The woman revealed that she had sneaked out of quarantine to the Hollywood Canteen while sick with German measles in order to meet Tierney.
News articles have also reported that she may have served as the basis for the character of Daisy Green in the novel and film Primary Colors, played by Maura Tierney.
Two of Trevor's memorable roles were starring opposite Dick Powell in Murder, My Sweet and with Lawrence Tierney in Born to Kill, in the latter playing a divorcee who gets more than she bargained for by falling in love with a bad boy who impulsively commits a murder.
Tierney confirmed in April 2008 that she would be leaving ER shortly after the beginning of the show's fifteenth season.
Eliza Tierney, a 14-year old servant at Starr's tavern, was called as a witness and testified that she had known Whelan for six weeks as a boarder who lived in a room on the first floor of the tavern, and that he had owned a pistol for as long as she had known him.
In her autobiography, Tierney related that after the woman had recounted her story, she just stared at her silently, then turned and walked away.

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