Todd Gray may refer to:
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Todd Harry Rundgren is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and record producer who has performed a diverse range of styles as a solo artist and as a member of the band Utopia. He is known for his sophisticated and often-unorthodox music, flamboyant stage outfits, and his later experiments with interactive entertainment. He also produced music videos and was an early adopter and promoter of various computer technologies, such as using the Internet as a means of music distribution in the late 1990s.
Todd County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,460. Its county seat is Elkton. The county is named for Colonel John Todd, who was killed at the Battle of Blue Licks in 1782 during the American Revolution.
William Todd English is an American celebrity chef, restaurateur, author, and television personality, based in Boston, Massachusetts. He hosted the TV cooking show, Food Trip with Todd English, on PBS. In 2005 he was a judge on the PBS show Cooking Under Fire.
The River Café is a restaurant in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London, specialising in Italian cuisine. It was owned and run by chefs Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray until Gray's death in 2010; since then, Rogers has been the sole owner and has run the restaurant.
Wayside is a Canadian animated sitcom developed by John Derevlany and produced by Nelvana. The series centres on Todd, a transfer student who attends Wayside, an offbeat 30-story grammar school. It is loosely based on the Wayside School books by Louis Sachar, and several elements differ between the two works.
Ballads of the Book is a collaborative studio album, released on 5 March 2007, on Chemikal Underground. The project was curated by Idlewild lead vocalist Roddy Woomble, and features collaborations between Scottish musicians and Scottish writers. The album is considered a "joint effort" by all those involved. Ballads of the Book was produced at Chem19 studios by Paul Savage and Andy Miller.
Chefs A’ Field is an American documentary cooking series broadcast on public television that focuses on the personal stories of farmers, fishermen, foragers and chefs, offering viewers a new way of looking at their food, environment, and community.
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Todd Gray is the executive chef and co-owner of Equinox, a restaurant in Washington, D.C., and of Manna, an upscale restaurant located in the Museum of the Bible.
James Todd may refer to:
Trolls is a 2016 American computer-animated musical comedy film based on the Troll dolls created by Thomas Dam. Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn co-directs this film, with Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger serving as the writers. Trolls is based on a story by Erica Rivinoja. The film features the voices of Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Zooey Deschanel, Christine Baranski, Russell Brand, James Corden, Jeffrey Tambor, John Cleese and Gwen Stefani. The film follows two trolls who go on a quest, to save their village from destruction by the Bergens, creatures who eat Trolls to be happy.
Todd Gray FRHistS, MBE is a historian of the county of Devon, England.
AOMG is a South Korean hip hop record label that was founded by singer and rapper Jay Park in 2013. The label represents artists including Loco, Gray, Simon Dominic, Woo Won-jae, Hoody, Elo, Ugly Duck, and Cha Cha Malone.
Todd Gray works in photography, performance and sculpture as a contemporary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, California and Akwidaa, Ghana.
The Company of Military Historians is a non-profit organization in the United States whose mission is to disseminate "information on the uniforms, equipment, history, and traditions of members of the Armed Forces of the United States worldwide and other nations serving in the Western Hemisphere." It was organized informally in 1949 by its co-founders H. Charles McBarron, Jr., Harold L. Peterson, Frederick P. Todd, Anne S. K. Brown, J. Duncan Campbell, and Detmar H. Finke. It was formally organized in 1951 as the Company of Military Collectors and Historians and shortened its name in 1962 to its present version. From its inception, the organization has been made up of not only historians, but artists specialing in historical depictions of soldiers, uniforms, battles and similar illustrations. Among its member have been George Woodbridge, who is better known as an illustrator for Mad Magazine, and Fred Ray, who worked for DC Comics.
Loren Gray Beech known professionally as Loren Gray, is an American singer and social media personality from Pottstown, Pennsylvania with more than 36.5 million TikTok followers, making her the most followed account on TikTok, over 18 Million Instagram followers, and 3.6 million YouTube subscribers as of August 2019. She is currently signed to Virgin Records and Capitol Records.
Blown Away is a Canadian reality glassblowing competition television series that premiered on the streaming platform Netflix. The 10-episode first season was released on July 12, 2019. The series is filmed in Canada and was produced by Marblemedia.