At 73 years old, Ed Harris has this physical status:
Tenafly High School, Tenafly, New Jersey, United States (1969); Columbus University, Manhattan, New York City,New York, United States (Transferred To University Of Oklahoma); University Of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, United States; B.F.A, Theater, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, Santa C
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Amy Madigan, Jean Silver
Margaret, Robert L. Harris
Westworld star Ed Harris and wife Amy Madigan who starred in Field of Dreams celebrate 40 years of marriage
www.dailymail.co.uk, November 22, 2023
Ed Harris and wife Amy Madigan, who married in 1983, marked 40 years of marriage on November 21. The 73-year-old Westworld actor and Field of Dreams star, also 73, tied the knot while starring in the movie Places in the Heart. According to People, Madigan knew when she first saw Ed in 1980, acting in the play Cowboy, she knew there was something special about him.
Photographer Misan Harriman defends his friend Prince Harry amid criticism over his claims about the royals in new Invictus Games documentary - saying he's 'proud' of the Duke's work
www.dailymail.co.uk, September 1, 2023
Misan Harriman, a London-based photographer who has captured cherished family moments for the Sussexes, said the Invictus Games has changed 'countless lives.' Posting on Instagram, Mr Harriman, 46, said the sporting event founded by the Duke of Sussex was an 'incredible space of healing' for injured veterans as he shared a sweet, brooding, black and white photo of Prince Harry, 38, which was taken at the Invictus Games 2022 in The Hague, the Netherlands. The post comes days after the Duke of Sussex released his second Netflix docuseries, Heart of Invictus, which follows competitors in the Invictus Games 2022 and shares their touching stories.
Surrey shop removes and apologises for 'incredibly triggering' racist plantation image showing 'broken black men' after being slammed by Harry and Meghan photographer Misan Harriman
www.dailymail.co.uk, August 9, 2023
A shop in Surrey that faced racism allegations over an 'incredibly triggering' image of a tobacco plantation has now removed it and the business has apologised 'unreservedly'. British Nigerian photographer Misan Harriman, 46, who is also Chair of London's Southbank Centre and captured Lilibet's first birthday at Frogmore for Meghan and Harry , shared footage of his visit to Farrants store in Cobham this week - saying he was stunned to see the large black-and-white photo showing 'broken black men and their overseers' that hangs behind the shop's tills. The shop has since removed the image and apologised on Instagram. 'We will keep this brief,' the post read. 'The image that has caused offence has been removed. We apologise unreservedly for any and all distress that it caused.' Mr Harriman posted screenshots of the apology, with a tweet from Surrey Police confirming that the image has been taken down. Emblazoned with the words 'We sell tobacco', the heritage image showed white colonialists alongside black workers on a plantation. Customers visiting the popular Cobham store, which sells sweets, toys and magazines alongside tobacco products, face the photo at the point of sale.