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Mortimer Lightwood
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Our Mutual Friend
A lawyer too lazy to take on much work and friend of Eugene Wrayburn. His only client is the Boffins, which puts him in the middle of much of the story.
Mortimer
   is a character in   
Henry IV, Part I
Earl of March
Edmund Mortimer
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part I
Earl of March
Edmund Mortimer
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
Earl of March
Sir John Mortimer
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part III
Uncle to the Duke of York
1961
   Wimbledon Ladies' Singles champion was   
Angela Mortimer
1958
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Angela Mortimer
Bob Mortimer
   has hosted   
Shooting Stars
1976
   Junior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Mortimer
Yamaha- 350 cc
1978
   Junior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Mortimer
Yamaha-250 cc
1955
   the winner was   
Angela Mortimer
Defeated Dorothy Head-Knode 2-6, 7-5, 10-8
The Kid (2000)
   starred   
Bruce Willis, Spencer Breslin and Emily Mortimer
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Redbelt (2008)
   starred   
Rodrigo Santoro, Alice Braga and Emily Mortimer
Director: David Mamet. Also starred Tim Allen, Chiwetel Ejiofor & Joe Mantegna. Plot: A fateful event leads to a job in the film business for top mixed-martial arts instructor Mike Terry (Ejiofor). Though his refuses to participate in prize bouts, circumstances conspire to force him to consider entering such a competition.
Bob Hope
   was considered for the role of   
Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
Cary Grant got the part
Ronald Reagan
   was considered for the role of   
Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
Cary Grant got the part
John Hamilton Mortimer
   represents   
Neoclassicism
British Painter
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Mortimer Brewster
Grant considered his acting in this film to be horribly over the top and often called it his least favorite of all films. He donated his entire salary, $100,000 from this film to the U.S. War Relief Fund.
Sir John Mortimer
   was a   
Barrister
Barrister, Dramatist, Screenwriter and Author. As a barrister in Britain, he became known in the 60s as a defender of free speech and human rights for taking up cases that he said were “alleged to be testing the frontiers of tolerance.” He became a Queen’s Counsel just in time to tackle some of the civil rights cases that arose in Britain in that decade, all the while writing fiction, nonfiction, drama and comedy. B. 21 April 1923 (London, England) d. 16 January 2009 (Oxfordshire, England).
Sir John Mortimer
   was an   
Author
Barrister, Dramatist, Screenwriter and Author. He became a Queen’s Counsel just in time to tackle some of the civil rights cases that arose in Britain in that decade, all the while writing fiction, nonfiction, drama and comedy. Created "Rumpole of the Bailey". B. 21 April 1923 (London, England) d. 16 January 2009 (Oxfordshire, England).
Emily Mortimer
   won the Spirit award for   
Lovely & Amazing
2002 - Best Supporting Female
Mortimer Adler
   wrote   
How to Think About God
1981
Mortimer Adler
   wrote   
How To Read a Book
1940
Dear Frankie (2004)
   starred   
Emily Mortimer, Jack McElhone and Mary Riggans
Director: Shona Auerbach. Also starred Gerard Butler, Sharon Small, Sophie Main & Katy Murphy
Bright Young Things (2003)
   starred   
Emily Mortimer, Stephen Campbell Moore and James McAvoy
Director: Stephen Fry. Also starred Michael Sheen, David Tennant & Fenella Woolgar






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