He majored in semiotics at Brown University, where he created his debut short film, Assassins: A Film Concerning Rimbaud (1985), which was inspired by the French poet Arthur Rimbaud (a figure Haynes would later mention in his film I'm Not There). Prior to his major film appearances, Haynes studied art and semiotics at Brown University. His first job after graduating from Brown University was working as an assistant editor on several episodes of The Bronx Is Burning, a television series set in New York's baseball world during the 1980s.
Haynes then moved to Los Angeles where he worked on various projects including editing music videos and doing visual effects work. It was while working on this last project that he met director David Lynch who invited him to come work with him on his next movie. The two men formed a partnership that would result in one of Hollywood's most acclaimed films of 2007, I'm Not There, which examines different characters in the life of American poet Jim Morrison over a single night. After completing I'm Not There, they decided to make another film together called The Forgotten. This time, their focus turned to the early years of Morrison's career when he was part of a new wave of musicians known as the hippie revolution. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2015 and was released in theaters nationwide on October 13th of the same year.
Besides being a filmmaker, Todd Haynes is also an actor.
James Douglas Morrison, commonly known as Jim Morrison from "The Doors," received a Bachelor of Science degree in Cinematography from UCLA. He went on to have an extensive career as a singer and songwriter with many successes before his death at age 27 due to kidney failure caused by alcohol abuse.
Morrison was born on July 8th, 1943 in Florida. His father was a successful dentist who owned his own practice, while his mother worked as a nurse. She later married Donald Floyd Walton, a wealthy real estate developer. The couple had three children together: a son named James, and daughters Jennifer and Stephanie.
As a child, Morrison showed an interest in music. He taught himself how to play the guitar when he was just 11 years old. At the age of 14, he started writing songs that would become part of his future band's repertoire. Two years later, he joined a local group called the Wilsons. They played cover songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and other popular artists of the time.
In 1961, at the age of 18, Morrison dropped out of school and moved to Los Angeles where he hoped to make it as a musician. He took a job as a camera operator for a television show called "Hollywood Palace".
Navarre High School, Andale High School, and Colton Haynes/Formacao High School in Formia, Italy.
Colton attended Navarre High School in Sun City Center, Florida before moving on to play high school football at Andale High School in Andalusia, Alabama. In 2014, after playing only one season for the Formia Tigers, Colton decided to forgo his final year of high school to focus on his career as a professional wrestler. He signed with the WWE Performance Center back in January 2015.
Colton made his debut at the WWE Live Event on February 25th, 2015 in Miami Beach, Florida where he was defeated by Dolph Ziggler.
He then returned to wrestling at another Live Event on March 4th, 2015 in Toronto, Ontario where he lost to Drew McIntyre.
In April 2015, Colton went on a tour of Japan with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) called the "JAPAN TOUR OF PROMOTIONAL WELLNESS". The tour included three events in Tokyo, Osaka, and Sapporo with all matches being held under WWE house show rules (four-man main events, 30-minute time limits, etc.).
The first African American woman to get a Ph. D. in mathematics was Martha Euphemia Lofton Haynes. Aubrey Landry, a professor at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., advised her dissertation, "Determination of Sets of Independent Conditions Characterizing Certain Special Cases of Symmetric Correspondence." The work was completed in 1893 and was subsequently published by the Johns Hopkins Press. She also became the first black person to publish an article in the journal Mathematics Magazine.
Martha Euphemia Lofton was born on August 4, 1867, in New York City. Her parents were George Henry Lofton, a barber, and his wife, Mary Ann Jackson. She had two sisters named Annie and Lillian. When she was five years old, the family moved to Baltimore where her father opened up a shop. She attended public schools there until the age of 16, when she began studying mathematics under Professor John James Francis but dropped out after one year.
She married William Gwynn Haynes, a schoolteacher, on May 2, 1889. They had three children: Elizabeth, who died young; Margaret; and William Gwynn Jr., who went on to become a lawyer and serve as president of Howard University from 1939 to 1947.
Martha Euphemia Haynes worked for several years without receiving any payment. Finally, in 1897, she received a grant from the Women's Educational Association that allowed her to pursue her research full time.
He studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge's St. Catherine's College. He was in theater with Rachel Weisz as an undergraduate and dated her. He stayed in Cambridge to pursue a PhD in solid state physics, with a thesis titled Novel quantum effects in low-temperature quasi-zero-dimensional mesoscopic electron systems. In 1992 he moved to London to work with Richard P. Stanley at the University of London. There he began to study random matrix theory, a field that has become very popular in statistical physics.
In 2004 he returned to Israel where he is a senior researcher at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
His research focuses on the behavior of electrons in disordered solids and how this affects their physical properties, in particular their resistance to electrical current. He has published more than 250 articles in scientific journals and books, many co-authored with his former students and postdocs.
He is one of the founders of the field of mesoscopic physics and can be credited with developing much of its modern framework. He is also known for his work on random matrix theory, which has found applications in many areas of science and technology.
Miller was born on January 4th, 1960 in Jerusalem, Israel. His father was a physicist who worked on the Israeli nuclear program before it became public knowledge. His mother was from a wealthy family who owned a sugar plantation in Cuba.