Karen Young (born 29 September 1958) is an American actress.
Born in Pequannock Township, New Jersey, Young studied at Rutgers University. After graduation she moved to New York City and became an actress, appearing in such films as Nine 1/2 Weeks, Jaws: The Revenge, Mercy and Hoffa. Her ex-husband is Tom Noonan. Young currently portrays FBI Agent Robyn Sanseverino on The Sopranos and has portrayed various characters for the Law & Order franchise.
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Heading South ("Vers Le Sud") is a 2005 film by director Laurent Cantet, whose previous work includes Time Out and Human Resources. Based on three short stories by Dany Laferrière, it depicts the experiences of three middle-aged white women in the late 1970s, traveling to Haiti for the purposes of sexual tourism with young black men. The carefree nature of their adventures (as seen in their eyes) is juxtaposed with the deteriorating political climate of Haiti at the time.
Ellen, a Boston French literature professor, Brenda, a stay-at-home wife from Savannah, Georgia, and Sue, a factory worker, feel lonely and ignored by men in their middle age. They travel to Haiti to enjoy a holiday of sun, surf, and sex with attractive local teenagers (for a small payment, of course).
They enjoy their carnal adventures, wilfully ignoring the local poverty and increasingly repressive dictatorship of Haitian leader Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier which drives these vulnerable young men to them.
Daylight is a 1996 action film, starring Sylvester Stallone, Amy Brenneman, Dan Hedaya, and Danielle Harris. It was directed by Rob Cohen and released in theaters on December 6, 1996.The story begins after a waste management firm in upstate NY tries to illegally dispose of toxic waste. They load the chemicals on three trucks bound for New Jersey. That same night, a crew of diamond thieves steal a shipment of stones, and a black Cadillac. They are pursued by NYPD, but they elude the cops by heading to the 'Tunnel to New Jersey'. At the same time, the trucks loaded with toxic waste are making their way into the tunnel. The thieves push their way past the traffic entering the tunnel, causing mass vehicular chaos as they make their way through the north tube. As they shove their way past taxicabs, pickups, and other trucks, one of the thieves drops the diamonds all over the car. She reaches down to get the diamonds, but puts the gas pedal to the floor. The Cadillac accelerates wildly, and...,
Criminal Law is a film directed by Martin Campbell released in 1989. It is notable for having been an inspiration for Canadian serial killers Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka, who changed their last names to "Teale", in honor of the film's villain, serial killer Martin Thiel, played by Kevin Bacon. Despite the fact that Karla requested a divorce from Paul in early 1993, she never bothered to revert back to her maiden name, she instead chose to keep Teale as her last name.
Jaws: The Revenge is a 1987 horror–thriller film directed by Joseph Sargent. It is the third and final sequel to Steven Spielberg's 1975 Oscar winning classic Jaws.
After a great white shark kills her youngest son, Sean, Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) becomes convinced that the shark has a vendetta on her family. Her eldest son Michael (Lance Guest) invites her to stay with him in The Bahamas, where he and his family again become vulnerable to a shark.
The film received a poor critical reception, and earned the lowest amount of money from the franchise. It is considered one of the worst movies ever made, with a rank in the bottom 100 on the Internet Movie Database's Bottom 100.The story returns to the Brody family in Amity Island. Martin Brody has since died of a heart attack, although his widow, Ellen (Gary), claims that "it was the fear [of the shark] that killed him." She discusses with her youngest son Sean (Mitchell Anderson), and his fiance Tiffany (Mary Smith), arrangements...,
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