Adrian Ricard


This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Actor B:

Actor A:

Actor M:

Actor H:

Actor L:

Actor R:

Actor Q:

Actor S:

Actor K:

Actor T:

Actor O:

Actor D:

Actor W:

Actor C:

Actor P:

Actor R Guide

Who Was Who on TV

The information herein was accumulated of fifty some odd years. The collection process started when TV first came out and continued until today. The books are in alphabetical order and cover shows from the 1940s to 2010. The author has added a brief explanation of each show and then listed all the characters, who played the roles and for the most part, the year or years the actor or actress played that role. Also included are most of the people who created the shows, the producers, directors, and the writers of the shows. These books are a great source of trivia information and for most of the older folk will bring back some very fond memories. I know a lot of times we think back and say, "Who was the guy that played such and such a role?" Enjoy!

Black World/Negro Digest

Founded in 1943, Negro Digest (later “Black World”) was the publication that launched Johnson Publishing. During the most turbulent years of the civil rights movement, Negro Digest/Black World served as a critical vehicle for political thought for supporters of the movement.

Redskins close out preseason with a 30-20 loss to Ravens - Washington Post

On a sweltering Thursday night, inside a stadium that had far more empty purple seats than actual human inhabitants, the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens met in a final preseason game that neither team appeared thrilled to play. Redskins Coach Jay Gruden, wary of exposing any significant player to injury, did not play his starters. If there was anything to take away from Washington’s performance it is that the Redskins might not be as deep as they hoped. While they seem optimistic about the skill of their offensive line and defensive front, their backups on both sides of the ball did not impress as the Ravens’ running backs rumbled through sizable holes on the way to 180 team rushing yards and... Now he’s in a fight to make the Redskins’ roster. For a time against the Ravens, Hogan looked to at least open an argument for the Redskins keeping him as a third quarterback. But he struggled in the second half and his two touchdown throws were overshadowed by two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown. It’s uncertain how the Redskins will grade the players living on the fringe of their final roster. Running back Rob Kelley helped himself in a suddenly competitive fight for a roster spot after the signing of Adrian Peterson. Trey Quinn also might have locked down the final wide receiver slot with three catches for 43 yards and solid special teams play. Those who might not have made a great final impression include wide receiver Cam Sims, the hero of the second preseason game. Sims did not catch a pass and failed to win one-on-one battles with defensive backs. Others who might be jeopardy include wide receiver Brian Quick, who only had one catch, and running back Samaje Perine, who had a critical fumble. “He didn’t get many carries this preseason and he put two balls on the ground,” Gruden said of Perine. The Redskins have looked flat in their past two preseason games and while Gruden is just trying to get to the season without hurting his best players, Washington has not appeared to be deep. For instance, when asked about the final three receiver spots on Thursday night, Gruden praised Quinn before adding: “After that, we will have to have some talks about who we will keep. The Redskins did not look good from the start Thursday. In a matchup of the Redskins’ second unit vs. the Ravens’ second-team players, Baltimore dominated early. Its offensive line pounded the Redskins’ defensive front, opening huge holes for running backs Mark Thompson and Kenneth Dixon. Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson quickly moved the Ravens within half a yard of the end zone on their opening drive. He capped the 81-yard march by faking a dive forward on second down, then making a quick spin to his left. [ Thursday’s game summary: Ravens 30, Redskins 20 ]. After a sluggish first drive, the Redskins stormed back at the end of the first quarter and into the second. Their line began to open spaces for Kelley, who burst through the holes for runs of eight, nine and 11 yards. Hogan methodically went through his checkdowns, never forcing long throws that weren’t open and settling for safe but productive passes to his running backs. He executed a perfect rollout, lobbing a nice touchdown pass to Quick to tie the game at 7. The tie was short-lived. Jackson threw a pass to tight end Mark Andrews, who shook off defenders Troy Apke and Deshazor Everett and raced down the field for 45 yards, setting up a field goal that put the Ravens up, 10-7. The Redskins moved the ball well in the second... A promising drive stopped when Perine burst through the line on a first-down carry near midfield only to be stripped by Baltimore fullback Paul Ricard, who also plays linebacker. Making the fumble look worse is the fact Ricard was actually on his knees with the giant forearm of Redskins backup center Tony Bergstrom wrapped around his neck. Somehow Ricard was able to knock the ball from Perine’s hands and make the recovery as well. [ Rob Kelley runs for a roster spot in Redskins’ final preseason game ]. A late second-quarter drive, set up by two excellent passes from Hogan — 33 yards to Quinn (extended by a beautiful spin move.


  1. Running back Rob Kelley helped himself in a suddenly competitive fight for a roster spot after the signing of Adrian Peterson. Cornerback Somehow Ricard was able to knock the ball from Perine's hands and make the recovery as well. [Rob Kelley runs
  2. Arthur Henrique Ramos de Oliveira Melo, Sergi Samper, Sergi Roberto, Arturo Vidal, Carles Alena, Ricard Puig, Ramon Monchu, Alex Collado, Oriol Busquets, Philippe Coutinho; Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi, Ousmane Dembele, Malcom, Munir El Haddadi, Abel


Pernod (pastis) Classique (ice, pernod, water)

Malibu Pot O Gold Recipe (pineapple, malibu, pineapple juice)


Adrian Quaife-Hobbs - Wikipedia
Adrian Rodney Quaife-Hobbs (born 3 February 1991 in Pembury) is a British race car driver, notable for being the youngest driver to win the T Cars championship and ...

Pierini Partners - Adrian Pierini
About. A COMBINATION OF STRATEGY, AESTHETICS AND KNOWLEDGE. Adrian Pierini has an extensive trajectory comprised of over 400 projects for the most important

French Grand Prix - Wikipedia
French Grand Prix; Circuit Paul Ricard (2018–present) Race information; Number of times held: 87: First held: 1906: Most wins (drivers) Michael Schumacher (8)


Fisichella at "Virage du Pont"
8 heures du Castellet 2010. Fisichella behind The M3, followed by the Oreca, the Courage-Oreca, and the Aston Martin. #78 BW M3 of BMW Team Schnitzer driven by Jörg Müller and Dirk Werner. #95 Ferrari F430 GT of AF Corse driven by Giancarlo Fisichella, Toni Vilander and Jean Alesi. #6 Oreca 01 - AIM of Team Oreca Matmut driven by Soheil Ayari, Didier Andre and Loïc Duval. #36 Courage-Oreca LC75 - AER of Pegasus Racing driven by Julien Schell, Jean-Christophe Metz and Frederic Da Rocha. #009 Lola Aston Martin of Aston Martin Racing driven by Adrian Fernandez, Harold Primat and Stefan Mücke.
Lola Aston Martin's Backfire.
8 heures du Castellet 2010. Backfire on the Aston Martin at Virage du Pont. #009 Lola Aston Martin of Aston Martin Racing driven by Adrian Fernandez, Harold Primat and Stefan Mücke.
Aston Martin at "Virage du Pont"
8 heures du Castellet 2010. #009 Lola Aston Martin of Aston Martin Racing driven by Adrian Fernandez, Harold Primat and Stefan Mücke.

10 Revolving Door |