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Doonesbury is a comic strip by American cartoonist Garry Trudeau that chronicles the adventures and lives of an array of characters of various ages, professions, and backgrounds, from the President of the United States to the title character, Michael Doonesbury, who has progressed from a college student to a youthful senior citizen over the decades.
Garretson Beekman Trudeau is a Pulitzer Prize winning American cartoonist, best known for creating the Doonesbury comic strip. Trudeau is also the creator and executive producer of the Amazon Studios political comedy series Alpha House.
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Lauren Tom is an American actress. Her roles include Lena St. Clair in The Joy Luck Club, Julie in the NBC sitcom Friends, Dot in the final season of Grace Under Fire, and the voices for Amy Wong in Futurama, Dana Tan in Batman Beyond, Jinx and Gizmo in Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!, Minh and Connie Souphanousinphone in King of the Hill, and Numbuh 3 in Codename: Kids Next Door. She portrayed Celia Mack in the Disney Channel series Andi Mack and also played Mrs. Tran in the CW series Supernatural.
Andy Lippincott is a fictional character in the comic strip Doonesbury. An attorney, he is the openly homosexual best-friend of Joanie Caucus, one of the core members of the strip's ensemble cast. Although Joanie initially sees Andy as a potential romantic partner, the two become best friends, and she supports him as he navigates the difficulties of gay culture in the 1980s, including his eventual contraction of HIV and subsequent death from the disease.
Mark Sheldon Slackmeyer is a character in the comic strip Doonesbury.
Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping, better known by her stage name Ou Xuan (欧萱), is a Singaporean actress, filmmaker, businesswoman and writer. Aw was named as one of the Seven Princesses of Mediacorp in 2006, after which she achieved wider success with her leading role in acclaimed drama The Little Nyonya. She was prominently a full-time Mediacorp artiste from 2002 to 2017 but continues to film on an ad-hoc basis and was once managed under Hype Records. Through her television career, Aw has established herself as one of the most popular and high-profile celebrities in Singapore. She has won 29 popularity and performance awards, the record number for a performer, at Singapore Mediacorp's Star Awards. Aw has published two books; Jeanette Aw: Definitions in 2012 and Sol's World: Somebody to Love in 2015. She also starred in musical Beauty World in 2015.
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B.D. is a fictional character in Garry Trudeau's popular comic strip Doonesbury. In the comic strip, nobody is certain what "B.D." is short for, but he was based on Brian Dowling, quarterback at Yale University, where Trudeau attended college. In the 1983 stage adaptation of the strip, Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy, his full name was revealed to be Brian John Dowling.
Roland Burton Hedley, III is a fictional character in the comic strip Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau, inspired by the on-air style of the veteran US reporter Sam Donaldson.
Ron Headrest is a fictional character in the comic strip Doonesbury.
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A PIK, or payment in kind, is a type of high-risk loan or bond that allows borrowers to pay interest with additional debt, rather than cash. That makes it an expensive, high-risk financing instrument since the size of the debt may increase quickly, leaving lenders with big losses if the borrower is unable to pay back the loan.
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Laura Dean is an American film, television and voice actress who is known for the roles of Sophie, Rachel's coworker at Bloomingdale's, in the 3rd and 4th seasons of Friends, of a lead character Tamara in Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders, and on Christmas in Cartoontown. Since she was 10 years old, she also played the New York City Opera for five years in La bohème, Die tote Stadt and Mefistofele. She is best known as the character "Lisa" the ballet dancer who gets kicked out of the dance department in the film Fame. She also appeared in the Broadway musical version of Doonesbury and as the mother of the title character in The Who's Tommy.
C.L.I.F. 4 is a Singaporean police procedural series produced and telecast on MediaCorp Channel 8 in collaboration with the Singapore Police Force. The fourth installment to C.L.I.F. in 2011, the series will begin its run from 6 September 2016. The series stars Li Nanxing, Rui En, Zhang Yaodong, Elvin Ng, Sora Ma, Ya Hui, Chen Meixin and Yusuke Fukuchi as the main characters of the series. It is the sequel to C.L.I.F. 3. The series is co-sponsored by Sheng Siong Supermarkets and Soon Bee Huat. This is also the first C.L.I.F. series to feature a VSC police officer. The show aired at 9pm on weekdays and had a repeat telecast at 8am the following day.
Kibitzer is a Yiddish term for a person who offers advice or commentary, especially a spectator of mind sports