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Ellen is a female given name, a diminutive of Elizabeth, Eleanor, Elena and Helen. Ellen was the 609th most popular name in the U.S. and the 17th in Sweden in 2004. People named Ellen include: *Ellen Adarna (born 1988), Filipino actress *Ellen Alaküla (1927–2011), Estonian actress * Ellen Palmer Allerton (1835–1893), American poet *Ellen Allien (born 1969), German electronic musician and music producer * Ellen Anckarsvärd (1833-1898), Swedish feminist * Ellen Andersen (1898–1989), Danish museum curator *Ellen Anderson (born 1959), American politician *Ellen Auerbach (1906–2004), German-born American photographer * Ellen Baake (born 1961), German mathematical biologist * Ellen S. Baker (born 1953), American physician and astronaut * Ellen Barkin (born 1954), American actress *Ellen Bass (born 1947), American poet and author * Ellen A. Dayton Blair (1837–1926), social reformer and art teacher *Ellen Bontje (born 1958), Dutch equestrian *Ellen Burka (1921–2016), Dutch ...
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Elena (given Name)
Elena is a popular female given name of Greek origin. The name means "shining light". Nicknames of the name Elena are Lena, Lennie, Ella, Ellie, Nellie or Nena (less common). Other common variants are Alena (German, Czech, Russian, Belarusian, Serbian, Croatian); Alenka (Slovenian); Alyona (Russian); Elene (Georgian); Helen (English); Hélène (French); Helena (Latin, Polish); Eliana (Portuguese); Eline (Dutch, Norwegian, Sranan Tongo); Ileana (Romanian, Italian, Spanish); Ilona (Hungarian, Finnish, Latvian); Olena (Ukrainian); and Elena/Yelena/ Jelena (Russian, Serbian, Croatian). Notable people Given name A–K * Elena Abelson (1904–1993), better known as Tamara Talbot Rice, Russian-English art historian * Elena Altieri, Italian actress * Elena Anaya, Spanish actress * Elena Arzhakova (born 1989), Russian runner who specializes in the middle distance events * Elena Asimakopoulou, Greek model * Elena Baltacha (1983–2014), British tennis player, born in Kiev * ...
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Ellen Bass
Ellen Bass (born June 16, 1947) is an American poet and co-author of '' The Courage to Heal''. Life Bass grew up in Pleasantville, New Jersey, where her parents owned a liquor store. Her family later moved to Ventnor City, New Jersey. She attended Goucher College, where she graduated magna cum laude in 1968 with a bachelor's degree. She pursued a master's degree in creative writing at Boston University, where she studied with Anne Sexton, and graduated in 1970. From 1970 to 1974, Bass worked at Project Place, a social service center in Boston. From 1983 to 2003, she worked in the field of healing from childhood sexual abuse: writing the best-selling '' The Courage to Heal'', developing training seminars for professionals, offering workshops for survivors, and lecturing to mental health professionals nationally and internationally. She is a co-founder of the Survivors Healing Center in Santa Cruz, a non-profit organization offering services to survivors of child sexual abuse. ...
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Ellen Ten Damme
Ellen ten Damme (born 7 October 1967) is a Dutch actress, performer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Ten Damme both sings and acts in four languages (Dutch, English, French and German), and plays piano and keyboards, guitar and violin. During her school years Ellen was an enthusiastic gymnast, and incorporating some gymnastic tricks or even circus acts into her shows has become a trademark. Ten Damme grew up in the rural village of Roden, close to the university town Groningen, where she studied Dutch for a while. However she switched to the Amsterdam Theatre School for stage, film, cabaret and musical actors. After spending a great deal of time in Germany, Ten Damme returned to Amsterdam, where she lives on a houseboat. Acting After a few small Dutch TV roles, Ten Damme made her film debut starring in the 1991 short film ''The Tears of Maria Machita'' by director Paul Ruven, and was nominated for a Golden Calf movie award. Since then Ten Damme has consistently work ...
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Ellen Crocker
Ellen "Nelly" or "Nellie" Crocker (1872–1962) was a British suffragette, and a cousin of Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence. Life and activism Ellen Crocker (known as Nelly or Nellie) was born in 1872 in Stogumber, Somerset. Her father was a doctor, and she had a sister, Emma. Crocker joined the suffragette movement but left when her cousin Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence and husband Frederick were expelled from the Women's Social and Political Union by the Pankhurts. In 1906, Crocker was a strong Liberal Party supporter, honorary secretary to the Wellington's Women's Liberal Association but became disillusioned in 1907 and left the party of 'a Government which persecutes women' to join the campaign for women's suffrage to avoid being a 'traitor to her sex'. Crocker spoke at the founding meeting of the Bath branch of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) and was the first suffragette prisoner to stay at Emily Blathwayt's Eagle House, and eventually planted a tree on a later ...
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Ellen Craswell
Ellen Craswell (May 25, 1932 – April 5, 2008) was an American politician who was a candidate in the 1996 Washington gubernatorial election. She ran as a Republican, but grew disillusioned with the party and later joined the American Heritage Party, the Washington State affiliate of the Constitution Party. She resided in Poulsbo, Washington with her husband and fellow politician, Bruce Craswell. Early life Ellen Howe was born in Bothell, Washington on May 25, 1932 and grew up in Silverdale, Washington, the fifth child in a household of seven children. Her father died when she was nine years old and her mother raised the family. Career Craswell was elected to Washington's 23rd Legislative District in 1976. She received 33.69% of the vote against two Democrats in the 1976 primary, before going on to defeat Democrat Ray Aardal, with 54.63% of the vote. She won landslides in both 1978 and 1980, when she became a member of the Washington State Senate. From 1984 and onwards, s ...
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Ellen And William Craft
Ellen Craft (1826–1891) and William Craft (September 25, 1824 – January 29, 1900) were American fugitives who were born and enslaved in Macon, Georgia. They escaped to the North in December 1848 by traveling by train and steamboat, arriving in Philadelphia on Christmas Day. Ellen crossed the boundaries of race, class and gender by passing as a white male planter with William posing as her personal servant. Their daring escape was widely publicized, making them among the most famous of fugitives from slavery. Abolitionists featured them in public lectures to gain support in the struggle to end the institution. As prominent fugitives, they were threatened by slave catchers in Boston after the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, so the Crafts emigrated to England. They lived there for nearly two decades and raised five children. The Crafts lectured publicly about their escape and challenged the Confederacy during the American Civil War. In 1860 they published a written ...
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Ellen Corby
Ellen Hansen Corby (June 3, 1911 – April 14, 1999) was an American actress and screenwriter. She played the role of Esther "Grandma" Walton on the CBS television series '' The Waltons'', for which she won three Emmy Awards. She was also nominated for an Academy Award and won a Golden Globe Award for her performance as Aunt Trina in '' I Remember Mama'' (1948). Early life Ellen Hansen was born in Racine, Wisconsin, to immigrant parents from Denmark. She grew up in Philadelphia. An interest in amateur theater while in high school led her to Atlantic City in 1932, where she briefly worked as a chorus girl. She moved to Hollywood that same year and got a job as a script girl at RKO Studios and Hal Roach Studios, where she often worked on '' Our Gang'' comedies, alongside her future husband, cinematographer Francis Corby. She held that position for the next 12 years and took acting lessons on the side. Career Although she had bit parts in more than 30 films in the 1930s an ...
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Ellen Cobb
Ellen Cobb (born 14 December 1940) is a retired British judoka and a massage therapist. Career Cobb began her judo training around 1965. She competed successfully in both national and international judo competitions and primarily ran matches in the over-72 kilograms weight class. An article in the UK ''Judo'' magazine credits her with being the first female British judoka to earn a gold medal in international competition, after Cobb placed first in a 1972 event in Belgrade. She won medals at two European Judo Championships, placing third in 1975 in the Half Heavyweight category, and second in 1976 in the Heavyweight category. As of 2015, she holds the record for oldest female medal winner in the European Judo Championships at the age of 35 in 1976. During 1977, Cobb was a full-time judo instructor. and she became champion of Great Britain, winning the heavyweight division at the British Judo Championships. On 20 January 2002, she was promoted to 8th Dan. Since retiring from jud ...
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Ellen Cleghorne
Ellen Leslye Cleghorne is an American actress and comedian, best known as a cast member of ''Saturday Night Live'' from 1991 to 1995. Cleghorne was the sketch comedy show's second African-American female repertory cast member, succeeding Danitra Vance in its eleventh season, and the first African-American female cast member to stay for more than one season. She returned for its 40th anniversary special on February 15, 2015. Cleghorne was ranked the 69th greatest ''Saturday Night Live'' cast member by ''Rolling Stone'' magazine. Life and career A native of the Red Hook Projects in Brooklyn, Cleghorne is a graduate of Hunter College. She first established her talents in New York City comedy clubs and career started when she competed in the Johnnie Walker Comedy Search in 1989 where she was directed in a video by ''Saturday Night Live'' short film producer Neal Marshad at the comedy club Caroline's in the South Street Seaport. In 1991, she appeared on ''Def Comedy Jam'' and land ...
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Ellen Carter
Ellen Carter (née Vavasour; 1762 – 22 September 1815) was an English artist and book illustrator. Carter was the daughter of Walter Vavasour of Weston in Yorkshire, and Ellen, his wife, daughter of Edward Elmsall of Thornhill in the same county. She was born in 1762, and baptised at St Olave's Church, York, on 16 May. At an early age, though a Protestant, she was placed in a convent at Rouen, with which her family had been connected for some generations. Though strongly affected by the surrounding influence of the Roman Catholic religion, she never actually forsook her own religion, and after her return to England she became well known for her devotion to her church. In November 1787, she married the curate of Thornhill, the Rev. John Carter. Her husband became the head-master of Lincoln Grammar School, and incumbent of St. Swithin's church. Carter was devoted to artistic pursuits, and particularly excelled in drawing the human figure. She drew illustrations for the ''Arch ...
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Ellen Burstyn
Ellen Burstyn (born Edna Rae Gillooly; December 7, 1932) is an American actress. Known for her portrayals of complicated women in dramas, she is the recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award, a Tony Award, and two Primetime Emmy Awards, making her one of the few performers to achieve the "Triple Crown of Acting". Born in Detroit, Michigan, Burstyn left school and worked as a dancer and model. At age 24, she made her acting debut on Broadway in 1957 and soon started to make appearances in television shows. Stardom followed several years later with her acclaimed role in ''The Last Picture Show'' (1971), which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her next appearance in ''The Exorcist'' (1973), earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress. The film has remained popular and several publications have regarded it as one of the greatest horror films of all time. She followed this with Martin Scorsese's ''Alice ...
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Ellen Burrell
Ellen Louisa Burrell (June 12, 1850 – December 3, 1938) was an American mathematics professor, head of the Department of Pure Mathematics at Wellesley College from 1897 to 1916. Early life Burrell was born in Lockport, New York, the daughter of Myron Louis Burrell and Mary Jones Burrell. She earned a bachelor's degree from Wellesley College in 1880, in the same class as her future colleagues Katharine Lee Bates and Charlotte Fitch Roberts. She went to Germany for further studies at Göttingen in 1896 and 1897. Career Burrell taught at Rockford Seminary in Illinois for several years, from 1881 to 1886. She returned to Wellesley to teach in 1886. In 1897, as a solution to her contentious relationship with fellow mathematics professor Ellen Hayes, she was made head of the Department of Pure Mathematics (and Hayes became head of Applied Mathematics). Her department included professors Roxana Vivian and Helen Abbott Merrill. She and Hayes both retired from Wellesley in 191 ...
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