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In film, entertainment, and television, Dartmouth is represented by Budd Schulberg, Academy Award winning screenwriter of On the Waterfront, Michael Phillips, who won the Academy Award for best picture as co-producer of The Sting, Rachel Dratch, a cast member of Saturday Night Live, creator of Grey's Anatomy Shonda Rhimes, film director and producer Jethro Rothe-Kushel (" The Oscars "), VP of Fox Searchlight, Zola Mashariki, Chris Meledandri Executive Producer of Ice Age, Horton Hears a Who!
At the 1994 Brit Awards in London, Sting won the award for Best British Male.
At the 54th Primetime Emmy Awards in September, Sting won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety Or Music Program, for his A & E special, Sting in Tuscany ... All This Time.
Butch Cassidy won four Academy Awards ; The Sting won seven Academy Awards, including Best Film and Best Director.
Having won the first pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft, the Sting selected University of Minnesota Golden Gophers player Janel McCarville.
Dudley won the " Best Original Musical or Comedy Score " Oscar for her music ; The Gathering ( 2002 ) a Anthony Horowitz thriller directed by Brian Gilbert and starring Christina Ricci ; The Grotesque ( 1997 ) released in the US as Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets a British film starring Alan Bates, Theresa Russell and Sting ; Hollow Reed ( 1996 ) a drama directed by Angela Pope and set in Bath ; Knight Moves ( 1992 ) American thriller directed by Carl Schenkel and starring Christopher Lambert ; Lucky Break ( 2001 ) a British feelgood comedy starring James Nesbitt and based around a prison escape ; The Miracle Maker ( 2000 ) an animated feature film made for TV by BBC Wales with Russian model makers ; Monkeybone ( 2001 ) an American film combining live-action and stop-motion animation starring Brendan Fraser and Bridget Fonda ; Perfect Creature ( 2007 ) a New Zealand made horror / thriller film starring Leo Gregory ; Pushing Tin ( 1999 ) a comedy-drama film directed by Mike Newell based around air traffic controllers in New York ; The Pope Must Die ( 1991 ) a comedy film starring Robbie Coltrane the score was co-written with Jeff Beck ; Silence Like Glass ( Zwei Frauen ) ( 1989 ) German made but set in a cancer ward at a hospital in America ; Tristan & Isolde ( 2006 ) a Ridley Scott romantic drama based on the medieval romantic legend of Tristan and Iseult and starring James Franco and Sophia Myles ; The Walker ( 2007 ) a drama written and directed by Paul Schrader set in Washington, D. C .; Her TV music includes scores for all episodes of Jeeves and Wooster with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie ; Lynda La Plante's Above Suspicion ; Kavanagh QC with John Thaw and The Tenth Kingdom an American epic fantasy TV miniseries written by Simon Moore.
A partner-less Luger was teamed with Sting ( whose partner Ronnie Garvin had been kayfabe injured ) and the impromptu team won the entire tournament, defeating Blanchard and Anderson in the finals.
During that time, Sting and Lex Luger had won the WCW World Tag Team Championship and the Warriors challenged them, to no success.
Cage failed to win the match, as Abyss won to retain the championship after pinning Sting.
After Sting won Giant's half of the tag team title at the Great American Bash that June, Nash became Sting's partner.
* 1974 – The Stingwon
On February 28, 1998, Junoon won the " Best International Group " title at the Channel V Music Awards, where they performed along with world-wide icons Sting, The Prodigy and Def Leppard.
While back with the nWo, The Giant won two more Tag Team Championships, once with Sting as an unwilling partner ( as the match was signed before The Giant returned to the nWo ) and once with Scott Hall.
The film won the Golden Globe Award for Best Song for the song " Until ", written and performed by Sting.
Sting won the UWF World Tag Team Championship twice with Gilbert in 1986 and a third time with Rick Steiner in 1987.
The Seneca Sting is one of the most-decorated athletic program in the history of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association ( OCAA ) having won more than 450 medals since 1967.
On September 20, 2009, at No Surrender, Styles won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in a five-way match against Matt Morgan, Sting, Hernandez ( who was cashing in his Feast or Fired briefcase ), and defending champion Kurt Angle.
The series won two silver plaques in Chicago for the episodes Scarlet Cinema and The Sweetest Sting.
Vader finally received a rematch with Sting on July 12 at The Great American Bash, which he won to become the new WCW World Heavyweight Champion.
Although Sting eliminated him early, Super Invader's team won the match.
In 1991, Sting won the match after coming down to him and Lex Luger.

Sting and Song
As a solo musician and member of The Police, Sting has received sixteen Grammy Awards for his work, receiving his first Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental Performance in 1981, three Brit Awards — winning Best British Male in 1994, a Golden Globe, an Emmy Award, and several Oscar nominations for Best Original Song.
" Moonlight ", a rare jazz performance by Sting for the 1995 remake of Sabrina, written by Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman and John Williams, was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television.
His losing streak was broken when he received the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2001, for the Monsters, Inc. song " If I Didn't Have You ", beating Sting, Enya and Paul McCartney.
The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Song for " My Funny Friend and Me " performed by Sting, but lost against " Things Have Changed " by Bob Dylan from Wonder Boys.
the artists featured are: Sting ( Roxanne, Message in a Bottle, Fragile ), Sarah McLachlan ( Angel ), Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy ( I Don't Care, Sugar, We're Goin ' Down ), Norah Jones ( Thinking About You ), Colbie Caillat ( Bubbly ), Sara Bareilles ( Love Song ), John Fogerty ( Proud Mary, Fortunate Son, Centerfield ), Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic ( Apologize ), Ben Folds ( Brick, Zak and Sara ), John Legend ( Ordinary People ), and Alex Lifeson of Rush ( Tom Sawyer, Limelight, Working Man, The Spirit of Radio ).
Sting and The Chieftains performed a Celtic music-influenced version of the song on Tower of Song.
Since opening, artists that have appeared on NJPAC's stages include the Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Yo-Yo Ma, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Diana Krall, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Twyla Tharp Dance, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Israel Philharmonic, Nancy Wilson and Ramsey Lewis, Royal Danish Ballet, Hilary Hahn, Bill T. Jones, Itzhak Perlman, Sting, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Elvis Costello, the National Song & Dance Company of Mozambique, the Afro-Cuban All-Stars, Audra McDonald, the Buena Vista Social Club, The Chieftains, Dulce Pontes, Alice Coltrane, Salt-N-Pepa, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Christine Ebersole, Jennifer Hudson, Herbie Hancock, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Garrison Keillor, Maurizio Pollini, Gewandhaus Orchestra, Balé Folclorico da Bahia, Peter, Paul & Mary, Savion Glover, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Art Garfunkel, Kodo Drummers, Kirov Orchestra, Martha Graham Dance, Johnny Mathis, New Edition, Angelique Kidjo, Renee Fleming, and Evgeny Kissin.

Sting and Year
This album would garner Sting a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year.
:* Match of the Year – Ric Flair vs. Barry Windham ( 1986 ), Ric Flair vs. Sting ( 1988 ), Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat ( 1989 )
Jones ( 1970 ), The Last Picture Show ( 1971 ), Summer of ' 42 ( 1971 ), The Sting ( 1973 ), A Star is Born ( 1976 ) and Same Time, Next Year ( 1978 ).

Sting and Police
* October 2 – Sting, British rock musician ( The Police )
Singer-bassist Sting ( Gordon Sumner ) and guitarist Henry Padovani began rehearsing with Copeland in January 1977, and they recorded the first Police single " Fall Out " the following month.
Restrained by loyalty to Padovani, both Copeland and Sting initially resisted the idea, and the Police began performing as a four-piece version in July 1977.
By this time, Sting was becoming a major star, and he established a career beyond The Police by branching out into acting.
Anyway, it was clear Sting had no real intention of writing any new songs for the Police.
In 2004, Henry Padovani released an album with the participation of Stewart Copeland and Sting on one track, reuniting the original Police lineup for the first time since 1977.
According to Sting, " There will be no new album, no big new tour, once we're done with our reunion tour, that's it for the Police ".
In January 1977, Sting moved from Newcastle to London, and soon thereafter he joined Stewart Copeland and Henry Padovani ( who was soon replaced by Andy Summers ) to form the New Wave band The Police.
According to Sting, who appeared in the documentary Last Play at Shea, he decided to leave The Police while onstage during the 18 August 1983 concert at Shea Stadium because he felt that playing that venue was " Everest ".
Sting with The Police at Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 August 2007
Reports surfaced in early 2007 that Sting would reunite with his former Police band mates for a 30th anniversary tour.
Sting performed two of his Police compositions as a soloist – " Roxanne " and " Message in a Bottle "' – appearing on all four nights of the show at the Theatre Royal in London.
Sting also led an impromptu super-group of other musicians ( dubbed The Secret Police ) performing at the show including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Phil Collins, Donovan, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure in the show's grand finale – Sting's own reggae-tinged arrangement of Bob Dylan's I Shall Be Released.
In June 1986, Sting reunited with The Police for the last three shows of Amnesty's six-date A Conspiracy of Hope concerts of the US.
Sting had first shown his interest in social and political issues in his 1980 Police song " Driven to Tears ", an angry indictment of apathy in the face of world hunger.
Joined by John Mayer and Kanye West, Sting and The Police fittingly ended the show singing " Message in a Bottle ," as the event was dubbed " The SOS Concert.
* Sting occupied a basement flat at 28A Leinster Square in the late seventies during the formative years of The Police.
* Sting ( The Police )
* March 1 – Sting plays his last concerts with The Police at the end of the Synchronicity tour ; the band takes a " pause " after the tour and only play a few special events together after this, until 2007, when they would organize a reunion tour.
Sting has received three awards, twice as a member of The Police.
Three-time award recipient Sting ( musician ) | Sting ( twice as a member of The Police ) performing in 2007
" Every Breath You Take " is a song by The Police on the band's 1983 album Synchronicity, written by Sting and Andy Summers ( but officially credited to Sting only ).

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