Jewison


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Noun1.Jewison - Canadian filmmaker (born in 1926)
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Ted Neeley, "Jesus Christ Superstar," director Norman Jewison, 1973.
In the film version he played Perchik, a suitor of one of Tevye's daughters, and laughs at remembering how he had to learn a dance which did not much impress the film's director Norman Jewison who said he looked like a "cowboy".
"In fact, (director) Norman Jewison cast me after seeing me in the Mike Nichols production of Social Security, where I played Marlo Thomas' mother, even though we were very close in age.
It's no magic, its practice, practice, practice." Norman Jewison, a filmmaker, said: " I think it all has to do with focusing yourself with one thing." Push your shyness and self-doubts.
* Tony Blair with his wife Cherie Norman Jewison, film director, 86; Bill Pertwee, actor, 86; Dr Jonathan Miller, theatre director, 78; Julian Pettifer, TV presenter, 77; Yusuf Islam, activist and former singer (Cat Stevens), 64; Ross Kemp, actor, 48, right; Chris Bisson, actor, 37.
This year, celebrity grand marshals include Chaz Bono (acclaimed author, music artist and one child of famed entertainers Sonny and Cher), Olympia Dukakis (Academy Award winner in the Best Supporting Actress category for her work in the Norman Jewison film Moonstruck), Lakisha Hoffman (former division one athlete and winner of the Amazing Race)and Yigit Pura (winner and fan favorite on the premiere season of Bravo's Top Chef: Just Desserts).
MGM/UA; Directed by Norman Jewison Rated PG; 102 minutes; 1987
(1) Melvyn Bragg and Norman Jewison, Jesus Christ Superstar, directed by Norman Jewison (Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1973), Theatrical Release.
Worshippers sang holiday songs and prayed, and Jewison read a translated version of the sermon being delivered at Russe Evangelical.
Cher presented Norman Jewison with the guild's Lifetime Achievement Award for his career in film that included such hits as "In the Heat of the Night" and "Fiddler on the Roof."