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  CD Baby: TIM REID: Any Given Day
Tim Reid's music is characterised by an easy openness of lyric that only comes with genuine poise.
It was around this time that Tim began showcasing his talents to live audiences as a solo artist.
Tim's songs have increasingly been captured/recorded by himself in his own makeshift studio, inscribing a certain distinct intimacy to his music.
www.cdbaby.com /timreid   (562 words)

  Tim Reid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tim Reid (born December 19, 1944 in Norfolk, Virginia) is an African American actor and film director best known for his roles in prime time television programs.
Reid's most notable role was as the hip DJ "Venus Flytrap" on WKRP in Cincinnati.
Reid and his wife, actress Daphne Maxwell Reid, currently own and run New Millennium Studios in Petersburg, Virginia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tim_Reid   (192 words)

 CDfuse.com - Tim Reid - pop - London, London
Tim Reid-London, London-United Kingdom-Anyone who has met Australian singer/ songwriter Tim Reid or listened to his music knows that he occupies a magical space.
Tim Reid ’s music is characterised by an easy openness of lyric that only comes with genuine poise often liken to Crowded House, Elliot Smith and James Taylor.
Tim has taken to recording his songs in his own makeshift studio, ascribing a certain distinct intimacy to his music.
www.cdfuse.com /timreid   (535 words)

 Tim Reid Bio - Tim Reid Biography - Tim Reid Stories
Tim Reid born December 19, 1944, is one of the greatest African American actor and film directors of all time.
Tim Reid is known mostly by his role in television programs.
Tim Reid is married to Daphne Maxwell Reid, together they both own and run the New Millennium Studio's in Petersburg, Virginia.
www.tv.com /tim-reid/person/1135/biography.html   (234 words)

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Tim not only walked away from that telling test of his mettle, but he also walked away from gang-oriented thinking and the lost souls who opt to live by it until it takes them out of the game.
The next year Tim Reid became executive producer of Snoops, a television drama in which he and Daphne played a wisecracking husband-and-wife detective duo, somewhat along the lines of The Thin Man series of films starring William Powell and Myrna Loy in the Thirties.
Tim Reid has appeared in ten movies as an actor and has directed three feature-length films: Once Upon a Time…When We Were Colored (1995), Asunder (1998), and For Real (2001).
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 TimesDispatch.com | Tim Reid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tim Reid was the guest speaker at the Mass Meeting that commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Actor Tim Reid and his wife, actress Daphne Maxwell Reid, thank guests for their help in making New Millennium Studios come to life in Petersburg at gala grand-opening on July 12, 1997.
Reid did not want what became his career-making role to be a superficial character, the stereotypical slick-talking DJ.
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 Tim Reid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
TIM REID, the Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer, has been a mainstay in the entertainment industry for the last three decades.
In "America's Radio Station," Reid claims that CBS was reluctant to approve a scene with a fl man punching a white man, and that he found an acceptable compromise by having Andy throw a punch at the same time as Venus.
However, in the same book, a CBS operative (who read the scripts before they were passed on to the top) claims that the script always specified that Venus and Andy would do the punching together, and that if any change was made to the script it must have been self-censorship, rather than censorship by CBS.
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 Tim Reid: The Business of Show- Global Black News (African American News)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Reid called his symposium "The Business of Show" and touched on fl culture in film and TV, as well as what will happen next to images of African Americans in the media.
Reid's character was invited to join a club because his skin was as light as a paper bag.
Reid cited a more familiar image, a stereotype that has endured for a century: fl men as mean, violent young bucks.
www.globalblacknews.com /Reid.html   (402 words)

 1998 Honorees - Tim Reid
Reid has remembered that philosophy throughout his life and puts it to good use through his continuous support of his native city and state.
Reid and his wife, Daphne Maxwell Reid of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" fame, furthered their support of the Commonwealth by establishing Virginia's first full-service film studio, New Millennium Studios in Petersburg.
The Reids, eight-year residents of Charlottesville, Virginia, saw this as an opportunity to expand Virginia's budding film industry and to give back to a community that has given so much to them.
www.dom.com /about/education/strong/1998/timreid.jsp   (345 words)

 NMS - About Us: Founders: Time Reid
TIM REID, an accomplished actor, writer, director and producer, co-founded New Millennium Studios alongside partner and wife Daphne Maxwell Reid in 1997.
New Millennium Studios (NMS) is a partnership between the Reids, Mark Warner and Armada/Hoffler, as well as the culmination of a lifelong dream for the husband and wife team.
The Reids spent many years flying between coasts for their demanding careers in the entertainment industry, but always had envisioned relocating to Tim's home state of Virginia.
www.nmstudios.com /about_us/founders_tim_reid.htm   (434 words)

 Reid, Tim
Tim Reid is an accomplished television actor and producer whose critically acclaimed work has, unfortunately, often failed to meet with sustained audience acceptance.
Reid also worked closely with Hugh Wilson on the script "Venus and the Man," in which Venus helped a young fl gang member decide to return to high school.
Reid feels this was due to the constant schedule changes which afflicted the series (a problem he and Wilson experienced previously with WKRP), as well as CBS's overall dismal ratings at the time.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/R/htmlR/reidtim/reidtim.htm   (658 words)

Distinguished actor, director and producer Tim Reid inspired the 2003 Bethune-Cookman College (B-CC) summer graduating class to make their dreams a reality at the commencement exercises held Saturday, June 28 in the Richard V. Moore Gymnasium.
Tim Reid reflects on his visit to the B-CC campus.
CEO and Founder of Tim Reid Productions, Incorporated as well as New Millennium Studios (NMS), Reid has successfully established a television career in Hollywood.
www.bethune.cookman.edu /graduation/graduation.htm   (311 words)

 Tim Reid: Any Given Day - PopMatters Music Review
Tim Reid is an Australian singer-songwriter making a bit of a name for himself in his native land.
Reid excels at the sort of tunes that are perfect for summer sunsets or walks in the park, especially on the adorable "Air with Words", a number performed on piano that recalls the late Elliott Smith and his pragmatic lullabies and touches on "dizzying heights forging a future on false sentiments".
Reid probably gets sick to death of the comparisons to Finn and his style, but listening thus far, it's extremely difficult to think of anyone that comes even remotely close.
www.popmatters.com /music/reviews/r/reidtim-anygivenday.shtml   (785 words)

 Tim Reid News
News about Tim Reid continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
The 60-year-old Reid is known for roles on sitcoms such as "W-K-R-P in Cincinnati" and "Sister, Sister." He said television is having a negative influence on some people, especially young fl men who copy the...
Tim Reid will join the cast of Fox's "That '70s Show" for three episodes next season, according to a Fox spokeswoman.
www.topix.net /who/tim-reid   (382 words)

 Tim Reid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Charlottesville, VA-Actor, director and producer Tim Reid will be joined by actors Richard Roundtree and Phylicia Rashad for a special presentation of Reid's directorial debut, Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored, at 7:00 p.m.
Tim Reid, who appeared in the television series WKRP in Cincinnati and who acted in and produced Frank's Place, makes his directorial debut with Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored.
Yet their participation is an endorsement of the kind of films that Tim Reid and Black Entertainment Television (BET) founder Robert Johnson have vowed to make, conveying the richness of African-American life behind and beyond the ghetto poses.
www.vafilm.com /1995/reid.html   (494 words)

 Tim Reid Says Energy Is Missing on HBCU Campuses
Reid, 58, star of the TV show "Sister, Sister," was at Florida A&M University with his wife, Daphne Maxwell Reid, to screen his latest film, "For Real," and to host a symposium, "Tim Reid and the Business of Show" as part of FAMU's inaugural Artists in Bloom festival.
Reid said he believes that his motivation to produce his own films comes from the neighborhoods of his youth.
Reid explained that in his seminar he confronts the issues of old-school-vs.-new-school culture, new filmmakers who are in the business for the wrong reasons and the lack of passion on modern college campuses today.
www.blackcollegewire.org /culture/030330_tim-reid   (596 words)

 Tim Reid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tim brings years of BMX and Mountain Bike Riding to the squad.
Tim is a strong rider and generally finishes in the top 20 in his field.
Tim's focus for 2005 is Road racing and Time Trialing with his ultimate goal being to inflict punishing amounts of lactic acid build up in the legs of the competition!
www.ticycleracing.ca /TimReid.htm?mode=preview   (129 words)

 Tim Reid Productions
Reid has written for several of the shows that he acted in, including "WKRP in Cincinnati," "Simon and Simon," "Frank's Place" and "Snoops," in which he co-starred with his wife, Daphne Maxwell Reid.
Reid has also produced several of his popular television series such as "Frank's Place," "Snoops" and "The Tim and Daphne Show," in which the Reids co-starred and co-created.
Reid founded Tim Reid Productions, Inc. in 1989, and through its association with Procter and Gamble, executive produced the critically acclaimed 1998 CBS movie "About Sarah," starring Mary Steenburgen, Kellie Martin, and Diane Baker for which he received a Christopher Award.
www.timreidproductions.com /biography.htm   (628 words)

 Tim Reid - Biography - Moviefone
Actor, producer, and director Tim Reid has committed himself to projects that show American fls in a more positive light than are generally seen in Hollywood through his United Image Entertainment company.
As an actor Reid is best remembered for playing cool disc jockey Venus Flytrap on WKRP and for his short-lived sitcom Frank's Place (1987-1988).
As a director, Reid debuted with the acclaimed Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored (1997).
movies.aol.com /celebrity/tim-reid/107866/biography   (210 words)

 Tim Reid
Tim Reid was a participant or observer in the following events:
Tim Reid, a journalist from the Times of London, visits the Kandahar city jail and meets with Jamal Udeen (see October 2001), formerly a prisoner of the Taliban, four times in one week.
Udeen tells Reid resolutely that he was not in Afghanistan to fight for the Taliban or al-Qaeda.
www.cooperativeresearch.org /entity.jsp?entity=tim_reid   (459 words)

 For Real Movie Review at Hollywood Video
In the film, Reid is less flamboyant but just as slick and deadpan as Venus Flytrap, the disc jockey he played in the popular TV sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati.
As fate, and Hollywood scripts, would have it after dropping his employee off at her home back in the "for real" world, his little car computer directs him right through one of the most bad-ass neighborhoods, where he's confronted at gunpoint by a group of hoods.
It just so happens that Hardy's niece, CeCe (Tamara Curry), was one of them, and by court order she's released on probation only on condition that Reid be responsible for her.
www.hollywoodvideo.com /movies/movie.aspx?MID=138204   (799 words)

 BGSU :: Offices :: Tim Reid among Communications Week headliners
On Monday, March 27, Tim Reid, the Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer, will address students, faculty and the community during “An Evening with Tim Reid,” from 7:30-9 p.m.
Reid has launched his own production company, Tim Reid Productions and produced several television movies and four independent films.
Reid's lecture is sponsored by the School of Communication Studies, the Ethnic Cultural Arts Program, the College of Business Administration, the College of Technology, the Department of Popular Culture, the Department of Theatre and Film, Pepsi-Cola, and the University Activities Organization.
www.bgsu.edu /offices/mc/news/2006/news19033.html   (534 words)

 Tony Bray Interviews Tim Reid in 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
That's why I wanted to speak with Tim Reid about his work in the movie and more importantly, his work to help students with their higher education needs.
He is part of the army that tries to better it's soldiers of industry, the future leaders.
Tim's fans and all educators should check out the Tim Reid Productions, Inc. Web Site to stay current on his many activities.
www.tv-now.com /intervus/timreid   (1932 words)

 HBFF & Tim Reid are For Real :: Urban Insider   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tim Reid plays Mac Sinclair, a music magnate and high-class lawyer who seemingly has it all until the sudden entry of CeCe (Tamara Curry), the sassy, streetwise niece of Macðs housekeeper Hardy (Kweli Leapart), who shakes up Mac's comfortable world.
In 1999, Reid held the world premiere of his the feature film "Asunder" at the inaugural HBFF event.
The film was directed by Tim Reid; executive produced by Daphne Maxwell Reid; produced by Martin Jones; and written by Shirley Pierce; with music composed by Curtis Dowd, dubbed one of the hottest producers from Los Angeles.
www.urbaninsider.com /article255.html   (388 words)

 Zap2it - TV news - 'That '70s Show' Takes Tim Reid Back
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - Tim Reid is having a good time working on "That '70s Show," going back in time to when he first became famous on "WKRP in Cincinnati."
Reid, and that wardrobe, begin a multi-episode stint on the FOX series Wednesday (Sept. 15), when his character, a record-store owner named William Barnett, shows up in Point Place and announces he's Hyde's (Danny Masterson) biological father.
Reid's time on "That '70s Show" -- he's set to film six episodes -- is actually something of a break for him.
tv.zap2it.com /tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|90639|1|10,00.html   (563 words)

 TimReidDotNet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Posted by tim in Random BS (Thursday October 20, 2005 at 8:47 pm)
But if you need a reminder what it is, here’s a few scenarios that might jog your memory: It’s what makes a grown man go to bed at 2:00 in the afternoon and not get up ’til 7:30 in the evening, even though he wasn’t a bit tired.
I decided to stay in Lewiston this weekend, under the pretense that I needed to get some homework done, and it’d be easier to do at my sister’s place with her fatty wireless inter-web connection.
timreid.net /blog   (2545 words)

 Amazon.ca: Video: It   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
As much as I was taken with the dramatic turns from the adult cast John Ritter, Harry Anderson, Tim Reid, Richard Masur; Annette O'Toole, and Richard Thomas; I found the kids who played the younger versions of the main characters, to be really good here.
Even though the horror of the story had to be muted for television actor Tim Curry is still pretty creepy as Pennywise and does a great job as our worst fears realized.
The audio commentary from cast members Dennis Christopher, Reid, Ritter, Thomas, and director Wallace, is better than I thought it would be.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0790736039   (879 words)

 Tim Reid Biography at Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A lanky, handsome, generally mustachioed African-American leading man and character actor of TV, Tim Reid first garnered attention as Venus Flytrap, one of several cool DJs working for "WKRP in Cincinnati" on the amusing and popular CBS sitcom.
Reid later played a supporting role on the popular CBS detective series, "Simon and Simon", before trying his hand at producing with an offbeat, acclaimed series in which he also starred, "Frank's Place".
Reid later returned to sitcoms with a more conventional role in "Sister, Sister" (1994-99).
www.hollywood.com /celebritydetail/Tim_Reid/194683   (597 words)

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