Anthony “Tony” Denison is an American actor. Worked as a carpenter, construction worker, newspaper editor, life-insurance agent and chauffeur before becoming an actor. Denison has been recognized by Time Magazine as the best TV villain of the 1980s for his portrayal of mobster Ray Luca in Michael Mann’s critically acclaimed Crime Story. Played the part of Detective Andrew Flynn, in The Closer airing on TNT and he also had a recurring role as Aldo Burrows on the Fox series Prison Break. In the year 2000 he also played the role of a killer for hire in Walker, Texas Ranger.
Dick Van Dyke & Tony Denison support Midnight Mission’s Golden Heart Awards
Dick Van Dyke
Event Details: Annual Golden Heart Awards showing their compassion for one of the oldest safe havens for homeless men, women and children in LA’s Skid Row community.
Daryl Hannah, David Hasselhoff, Danny Masterson, Quentin Aaron, Marijo Johnson, Michael O’Neill, Neal Mcdonough, Joe Mantegna, C. Thomas Howell, Vin Scully, Michael Cudlitz talk to host Erin Mooney about supporting the LAPD Memorial Golf Tournament
Since its founding sixty four years ago, Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, on the Mount of Remembrance in Jerusalem, has become synonymous with Holocaust remembrance throughout the world. Courageously confronting the annals of Nazi evil, it serves as the voice of the Jewish people and the conscience of humanity in the vital endeavor […]
Every year, BBBSLA impacts more 1,500 youth through five unique mentoring programs that serve children and youth in their communities, schools, and in the workplace. By building a strong, one-to-one and professionally-supported mentoring relationship to serve as a foundation for transformative impact and life skills learning, BBBSLA’s innovative approaches to expanding mentoring opportunities help to close both the achievement and opportunity gaps that exist for too many underserved children and youth.
It is the mission of the Independent School Alliance to inform members of racial communities presently underrepresented in independent schools of the option of independent school education; to identify applicants from these communities and assist them in the application process; to provide on-going support programs for students and their families; and to act as a resource to member schools assisting them in their individual efforts to address issues of racial diversity and multicultural education.
Named for one of the most overlooked but integral positions on any team, Waterboys unites NFL players from across the league in service. As Waterboys, players put aside allegiance and team up with fans in support of a single shared cause: providing clean, accessible drinking water to rural communities in East Africa.
Since 1981, the John Wayne name has been committed by the Wayne Family to leading-edge cancer research and education, in memory of their father who died of stomach cancer in 1979. The Institute, previously known as the John Wayne Cancer Clinic at UCLA, was formed by the Wayne Foundation and […]
Shane’s Inspiration has grown from that one playground to a network of 63 inclusive playgrounds throughout the world, with another 75 in development. We have eight international playgrounds in Mexico, Israel, Canada, Ecuador and Russia. Our education and community outreach programs, which work to eliminate bias against children with disabilities, have directly served over 40,000 children in over 150 schools. Our Inclusion Education Program, which allows educators an opportunity to independently facilitate our education program, has been ordered from 50 countries throughout the world.
Each year since 1993, Women’s Image Network has produced its largest event, The Women’s Image Awards to celebrate female AND male media artists whose work advances the value of women and girls. Investing in women is a uniquely powerful way to strengthen communities and economies. Gender equity fuels thriving economies; it helps women and their […]