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Encyclopedia > Bruno Lawrence

Bruno Lawrence (February 12, 1941June 10, 1995) was a musician and actor, born David Lawrence in Brighton, England. He spent most of his life in New Zealand and also worked extensively in Australia. Bruno was a renowned jazz drummer, playing drums in many bands, including Blerta, and The Crocodiles. He also acted in many movies, including Smash Palace and The Quiet Earth, at the time the highest-grossing New Zealand film. His last role was as devious, golf-loving TV producer Brian Thompson in the 1990s television satire Frontline.


External links

  • Bruno Lawrence Biography (http://www.sergent.com.au/brunolawrence.html)
  • Bruno Lawrence IMDB page (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0492649/)





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Lawrence County, Tennessee, Genealogy (1092 words)
Lawrence County was formed mostly from Indian territory as a result of the Treaty of 1816 with the Chickasaw Indians, and Hickman County and a small portion of Giles County.
Lawrence County is bordered on the north by Maury County, on the west by Wayne County, on the east by Giles County, and on the south by Alabama.
The population of Lawrence County in 1994 census was 35,303.
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