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Annie

Book:Thomas MeehanMusic:Charles StrouseLyrics and Directed by:Martin CharninChoreography:Peter GennaroSets:Kenneth FoyCostumes:Theoni V. AldredgeLighting:Ken BillingtonSound:T. Richard Fitzger…

Annie Proulx

Although she didn't start her career as a writer until she was in her 50s, in 1993 E. Annie Proulx became the first woman to win the prestigious PEN/Faulkner book award, for her debut novel Postcards.…

Annie Leibovitz

Photographer Annie Leibovitz has been a portraitist of celebrities since 1970, when she first went to work for Rolling Stone magazine. By the time she left in 1983 she'd made dozens of iconic photos …

Brewer's: Annie Laurie

was eldest of the three daughters of Sir Robert Laurie of Maxwellton, born December 16, 1682. William Douglas, of Fingland (Kirkcudbright), wrote the popular song, but Annie married, in 170…

Annie Oakley and Frank Butler

Skilled rifle shots who inspired an American musical by David Johnson Annie Oakley (Phoebe Anne "Annie" Oakley Mozee) of Darke County, Ohio, was a tomboy from the start, and soon b…

The Death of Annie Oakley

The Question: How did Annie Oakley die? The Answer: Annie Oakley (born: Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee), the legendary trick rifle shooter, an…

Annie Smith Peck Biography

Annie Smith Peckmountain climber Born: 1850Birthplace: Providence, R.I. Annie Smith Peck had a distinguished academic career, including a master's degree from the University of Michigan and ad…

Annie Leibovitz Biography

Annie LeibovitzphotographerBorn: 1949 Annie Leibovitz is a photographer of celebrities who has become a celebrity herself. At age 23 she became chief photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, w…

Annie Potts Biography

Annie Potts actress Born: 10/28/1952 Birthplace: Nashville, Tennessee This comic actress, who first made her mark as the loopy office coordinator in Ghostbusters (1984), has had an acti…

Annie Hall (1977)

Director: Woody AllenCast: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton and Tony Roberts Allen's bittersweet chronicle of a love affair makes sharp observations of mid-1970s culture, and is a once-a-year must-se…