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Everett Aaker

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LAMDA Ltd

HQ Phone:  +44 20 8834 0500

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LAMDA Ltd

155 Talgarth Road

London, Greater London,W14 9DA

United Kingdom

Company Description

LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art) is a world leader and renowned pioneer in exceptional training in the dramatic arts-including acting, directing, stage management, and design. For more than 150 years the Academy has offered world class training, ... more

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Everett Aaker
Everett Aaker was born in Wigan, Lancashire on April 20, 1954. He was a finalist on the B.B.C. television series Film Buff of the Year in 1982 and the B.B.C. radio series Screen Test in 1998. He is also an Associate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (L.A.M.D.A.). He was hired as a staff writer to write profiles of famous American film and television personalities for a magazine called T.V. Scene in the late eighties. This led him to sign a contract with McFarland, a leading American reference book publisher, to write/ compile Television Western Players of the Fifties which was originally published in 1997 and is still in print. Subsequently he wrote/ compiled a similar volume for McFarland called Encyclopedia of Early Television Crime Fighters (2006). Books by Everett Aaker


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