She plays Kate Sacker on the Showtime drama series Billions. She appeared opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor in Come Sunday (2018), which is available on Netflix streaming. She is currently playing Joan of Arc in the Broadway revival of George Bernard Shaw's play Saint Joan. Rashād was born in New York on December 11, 1986 to actress Phylicia Rashad and sportscaster Ahmad Rashād, a former professional football player. She graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 2008. In 2009, Rashād received the Theatre World Award for Best Debut Performance in the Off-Broadway production Ruined and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award.
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Fleshler's television credits include Billions, Barry, Sex and the City, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Fringe, Third Watch, Blue Bloods, Bored to Death, The Good Wife, and The Following. He portrayed George Remus in seasons 2–4 of Boardwalk Empire, and Errol Childress in Season 1 of HBO's True Detective. He played Dr. Cordell Doemling, Mason Verger's physician and henchman, in season 3 of NBC's Hannibal. He played Judge Roth in HBO's miniseries The Night Of. Fleshler's Broadway credits include Death of a Salesman, Guys and Dolls, Arcadia, and The Merchant of Venice. Off-Broadway, he has appeared in such plays as Measure for Measure and Pericles, Prince of Tyre.
Almost like a foreshadowing, there are several peculiar and eerie references in the film that are coincidental to Carradine's untimely passing which include cross dressing and auto erotic asphyxiation. His last scene on screen ended in the following dialog: "Well, old friend, see you in the next lifetime" / "Yeah, Old Friends, Old Soul Mates" / "Yes, we are." Carradine co-produced a full-length documentary about luthier Stuart Mossman, which has been identified as the actor's last film appearance. The Legend of Stuart Mossman: A Modern Stradivari, directed by Barry Brown, premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, in February 2010.
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The pathologists report into Milligan's death discounted the possibility of murder, lending weight to the belief that he died accidentally, as a result of autoerotic asphyxiation. No drugs or alcohol were found in his blood, and no substances were found to have contributed to his death. Milligan's death significantly contributed to ending John Major's "Back to Basics" policy initiative. In an interview after Milligan's death, Major said that "What I suppose does seem as though it is probable: he must have been pretty unhappy, pretty miserable".
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The death in 1994 of Stephen Milligan, the British Conservative MP for Eastleigh, was a case of autoerotic asphyxiation combined with self-bondage. Self-bondage has all the risks of physical restraint and sexual bondage, with the added factor that should anything go wrong, there is no-one to effect a rescue. For example, if blood circulation cuts off sensation in limbs, the planned escape mechanism may not be usable. Self-bondage can be either strict or sensual. In sensual self-bondage, escape from restraints is simple and available immediately, if desired. For example, the keys might be within reach or the knots loosely tied.
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In 2016, Åkerman costars in Showtime's Billions as Lara Axelrod. In December 2019, Åkerman will lead En del av mitt hjärta (A Piece of My Heart). A jukebox musical film, directed by Edward af Sillén based upon the music of one of Sweden's biggest selling artists Tomas Ledin. Åkerman was born in Sweden and grew up in Canada; she has "conflicting feelings" for the two countries. In an interview for Toronto Star, she said, "Every time I'm in Canada I feel more Swedish, and every time I'm in Sweden I feel more Canadian. I belong in both places and I love them both equally." She holds only a Swedish passport. Apart from speaking fluent English and Swedish, she also speaks French and Spanish.
Mack was portrayed in the HBO film Too Big to Fail by Tony Shalhoub and in the BBC film The Last Days of Lehman Brothers by Henry Goodman. His career is also covered in detail in a 2007 book by Patricia Beard, Blue Blood and Mutiny: The Fight for the Soul of Morgan Stanley. Mack is married to Christy Mack (née King). They have three children. New York-Presbyterian Hospital: Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Duke University: Board of Trustees. University Hospital of Columbia University: Board member. University Hospital of Cornell University: Board member. IMG: Director. Bloomberg Family Foundation: Board member. Business Council: Member. Business Roundtable: Member.
In 2010, Modine appeared in HBO's Too Big to Fail, a film about the Wall Street financial crisis. In it, Modine stars as John Thain, former Chairman and CEO of Merrill Lynch, who famously spent millions decorating his office. In 2011, Modine completed two independent films, Family Weekend and Girl in Progress, opposite Eva Mendes. In 2012, he appeared in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises as Deputy Commissioner Peter Foley, a Gotham City police officer and peer to Gary Oldman's Commissioner James Gordon. In February 2013, Modine was cast in Ralph Bakshi's animated film Last Days of Coney Island after coming across the film's Kickstarter campaign online.
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Journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin said "I would arrest Snowden and now I'd almost arrest Glenn Greenwald", but later made an apology for his statement, which Greenwald accepted. Journalist David Gregory accused Greenwald of aiding and abetting Snowden, before asking, "Why shouldn't you, Mr. Greenwald, be charged with a crime?" In a 2013 interview with Martha Raddatz of ABC News, Greenwald said that members of Congress are being "blocked" from getting "the most basic information about what NSA is doing ... and what the FISA court has been doing ...", and specifically referenced Rep.
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Errico is best known for her portrayal of Alex Bartoli on Central Park West, and has played minor roles on Billions and The Knick. Errico has had roles in a number of films, including Mockingbird Don't Sing, Frequency, and Life or Something Like It. In 2013, Errico recorded the theme song for the movie Max Rose. The soundtrack features an original score by Michel Legrand, and Errico sang the main title track, "Hurry Home". Errico's recording of a song from David Shire's new musical Table was aired in April 2015 on NPR radio on The Jonathan Schwartz show for WYNC. She reprised her performance as Venus at City Center Encores! Broadway Bash! in November 2001.
"Guts", a short story which also involves death by autoerotic asphyxiation being disguised as suicide. Dear Evan Hansen, a musical with similar story elements, including out-of-control social response from the semi-fabricated circumstances of a teenager's death.
Cox's therapist and was recurring character Lawrence Boyd in Billions' second season. In 1993, Bogosian played the role of Stan Paxton, Larry's ex standup partner in the series 'The Larry Sanders Show'. He has also appeared in HBO's show Succession as Senator Gil Eavis. Bogosian is the author of three novels published by Simon & Schuster: Mall, Wasted Beauty, and Perforated Heart. All of his dramatic work is in print, published by Theater Communication Group.
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In 2011 he played Neel Kashkari in the HBO film Too Big to Fail. Akhtar published his first novel, American Dervish in 2012, a coming-of-age story about a Pakistani-American boy, Hayat, growing up in Milwaukee. The book was met with critical acclaim, described by the New York Times as "self-assured and effortlessly told." American Dervish marks the first in a seven-work cycle on the Muslim-American experience that will include one film, three novels and three plays, of which one novel (American Dervish) and all three plays (Disgraced, The Who & The What, The Invisible Hand) have been completed. In 2012, Akhtar returned to the theatre to write his first play, Disgraced.
He is shown engaging in autoerotic asphyxiation during masturbation. He eventually kills his grandparents in their bed, in retaliation for his grandfather "cheating" at Scrabble and his grandmother for "invading his privacy". He finds that the act arouses him sexually. He records himself on his tape recorder so the police will know how and why he killed his grandparents. After finishing recording, he puts his grandfather's dentures in his mouth, lies naked in his bed, and falls asleep. The film cuts frequently between subplots, with no overlap of characters or events until the end.
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Andrew Ross Sorkin, Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System—and Themselves. Jenny Uglow, A Gambling Man: Charles II and the Restoration. Richard Wrangham, Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human. Philip Hoare, Leviathan or, The Whale. Liaquat Ahamed, Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World. Ben Goldacre, Bad Science. David Grann, The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon. Richard Holmes, [[The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science]]. Manjit Kumar, Quantum: Einstein, Bohr and the Great Debate about the Nature of Reality.
Michael O'Keefe (born Raymond Peter O'Keefe, Jr.; April 24, 1955) is an American film and television actor, known for his roles as Danny Noonan in Caddyshack and Ben Meechum in The Great Santini — for which he received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Biggs appeared in the HBO docudrama Too Big To Fail on the 2008 financial crisis as Wells Fargo chairman Richard Kovacevich. In 2018, he will return to General Hospital as Dr. Lasaris. Biggs was married to Roxann Dawson from 1985 to 1987, who played B'Elanna Torres in Star Trek: Voyager. Their marriage ended before either of them was cast in Star Trek. Casey Biggs' official website. Interview with Casey Biggs & The Enterprise Blues Band on Slice of SciFi.