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Judy SamuelJudith V. Samuel (born 2 August 1943, in Sri Lanka) is a female retired British freestyle swimmer— — — — — —Judy R. FranzJudy Franz (born 1938) is an American physicist, educator and the former Executive Officer of the American Physical Society— — — — — —how much do the litegates recieve for their appearance on court TV shows like Judge Judy?They pay for your room and food and they pay the judgement— — — — — —We have a circus themed homecoming the year and my girlfriend and I can't think of what to dress up as?punch and judy :)— — — — — —Where is Judge Judy Filmed and how can you get tickets to go to the show?Judge Judy is filmed at the Tribune production studios, now known as Sunset Bronson Studios as of early 2008, on Sunset Boulevard, in Los Angeles, California. The Judge Judy set is directly beside the Judge Joe Brown set, in the same studios. Despite its California location, the show displays various images of New York City upon returning from commercial breaks, including a subway train that is passing by the camera which reads World Trade Center, but is only noticeable if the footage is paused. It also features the phrases "State of New York" and "Family Court" (Sheindlin was previously a New York family court judge) within the letterboxes used going to and from breaks since the ninth season. The set features a New York State Flag behind Sheindlin's seat. In order to ensure a full audience, the producers of Judge Judy hire extras who comprise the entire gallery. The phone number for Judge Judy is 1-888-800-JUDY (5839). Call if you "want justice" or if you want tickets to see a taping of the show. Though tickets are not offered for the show, arrangements can sometimes be made with Sheindlin's production staff to allow fans of the show into the audience. Once all the cases are through, all of the audience members receive payment. The extras must be dressed formally. Extras are also instructed to appear as if they are having discussions with each other, before and after each case, so the bailiff may make such announcements as "Order! All rise" and "Parties are Excused, you may step out". As far as the court cases are concerned however, what is seen on Judge Judy is neither staged nor scripted. The plaintiffs have actually sued the defendants and that very case is heard and decided upon by Judith Sheindlin. Here is the postal address forJudge Judy: Judge Judy P.O. Box 949 Hollywood, CA 90078 (__/) (='.'=) (")-(") Sweetie— — — — — —My fifteen year old son wants Judge Judy toys and t-shirts for his birthday? Apparently, it's the style?This Site Might Help You. RE: My fifteen year old son wants Judge Judy toys and t-shirts for his birthday? Apparently, it's the style? My 15 year old son wants Judge Judy caps, toys, t-shirts for his birthday. Also does anyone know if they make a basketball and jersey with like judge judy's picture imprinted on it and where are some Judge Judy posters? My son is the coolest kid at his school and I don't want to ruin this...— — — — — —Judy ReyesJudy Reyes (born November 5, 1967) is an American television actress and model, best known for her roles as Carla Espinosa on the NBC/ABC sitcom Scrubs (2001-2009), and as Zoila Diaz in the Lifetime comedy-drama Devious Maids (2013-2016). Beginning in 2017, she stars as Annalise "Quiet Ann" Zayas in the TNT crime comedy-drama, Claws— — — — — —Why did Judy Winslow disappear all of a sudden from the show?Not sure, but she went into the wrong business later— — — — — —Judy BacaJudith Francisca Baca (born September 20, 1946) is an American Chicana artist, activist, and University of California, Los Angeles professor of Chicana/o Studies in the School of Social Sciences and a professor of World Arts and Cultures in the School of Art and Architecture. She is the co-founder and artistic director of the Venice, California-based Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), a community arts center, and is best known as the director of the mural project that created one of the largest murals in the world, the Great Wall of Los Angeles.— — — — — —Judy McDonaldJudy McDonald is a US comedian. She studied at the University of San Diego. She worked through college at KFMB AM/FM/TV studios. She has also worked for the Republican National Convention, the Commission on Presidential Debates and the Academy Awards. She has appeared on the Dennis Miller show and opened for Paula Poundstone, Mark Curry, Caroline Rhea, Mitch Hedberg and Margaret Cho. She has performed at the Hollywood Comedy Store and is a regular at the best of San Diego at the La Jolla Comedy Store. Judy started performing standup her freshman year at the University of San Diego in 1994. Her first time going up was because the opening act did not show up for a comedy night. She went up for 10 minutes, killed it and when she walked off the stage they handed her a check for $50 thus launching her professional career. She had caught the bug and has been working as a steady comedian ever since. She focuses on being a TV-ready comedian (all her jokes are clean) which enables her to work in front of a variety of audiences. She also is a Catholic Comedian. A majority of her shows are for Parishes, Conferences, Universities and Diocesan Events. She has also worked with Life Teen, an international Catholic Youth Ministry. Judy is also a breast cancer survivor and a service dog trainer.
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Judy BrownJudith "Judy" C. Brown is an American physicist and Professor Emerita at Wellesley College. She was a visiting scientist at the MIT Media Lab in the Machine Listening Group for over 20 years, and is recognized for her contributions in music information retrieval, including developing the constant-Q transform. She is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and has served on the ASA technical committees for musical acoustics and animal bioacoustics. .— — — — — —Judy KangJudy Kang (born July 13, 1979) is a Canadian violinist, model, producer, singer, and composer. Born in Canada to a single mother, she began playing the violin at four years of age in her native Edmonton, Alberta, and has since toured worldwide as soloist with a number of orchestras and ensembles.— — — — — —Judy GriffinJudy Griffin is an American author and politician, serving as a member of the New York State Assembly, representing the 21st district which includes portions of the town of Hempstead in Nassau County on Long Island. A Democrat, Griffin was first elected in 2018. Born and raised on Long Island, Griffin holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics with minors in Political Science and Communication from the State University of New York at Oneonta. She later worked in the financial industry, including at Dean Witter Reynolds. An integrative health coach, Griffin founded a health coaching business and co-founded a corporate wellness business. She also authored the book Flourish Beyond 50. For many years, she advocated for the betterment of public education on Long Island. Griffin previously served as Director of Community Outreach for state Senator Todd Kaminsky. In 2018, she decided to run for the New York State Assembly in District 21 against incumbent Republican Brian F. Curran of Lynbrook, New York who had held the seat since 2010. In the 2018 New York state elections on November 6, 2018, Griffin unseated Curran, 51% to 46%. It is the first time a Democrat has held the seat in 42 years. Griffin and her family have resided in Rockville Centre, New York for nearly 30 years.— — — — — —Judy W. ReedJudy W. Reed (c. 1826 - 1905) was an African- American alive during the 1880s, whose only record is known from a US patent. Reed, from Washington, D.C., is considered the first African American woman to receive a US patent. Patent No. 305,474 for a "Dough Kneader and Roller" was granted September 23, 1884. The patent was for an improved design of existing rollers with dough mixing more evenly while being kept covered and protected. It is unknown if she was able to read, write, or even sign her name, as her patent is signed with an "X". Besides the patent registration, there are no other records of Reed or her life. There is a possibility that an earlier African-American woman received patent rights; however, since there was no requirement to indicate race, and women often used only their initials to hide their gender, it is unknown. It is also of significance that during the time period, it was illegal for any slaves to be literate, and those found reading, writing or teaching others could be punished severely or killed. Additionally, the first African-American woman to fully sign a patent was Sarah E. Goode of Chicago. Her patent, 322,177, granted on July 14, 1885, was for a Cabinet-bed, "that class of sectional bedsteads adapted to be folded together when not in use, so as to occupy less space, and made generally to resemble some article of furniture when so folded."— — — — — —The Judy Show: My Life as a SitcomOn June 30, 2011, The Judy Gold Show: My Life as a Sitcom, began previews at Off-Broadway's DR2 Theatre in New York City. This one-woman show is an homage to the classic sitcoms of Gold's youth. The show is written by Gold and Kate Moira Ryan and directed by Amanda Charlton. The show officially opened on July 6, 2011 to positive reviews. The New York Times called the show "highly entertaining." The New York Post called the show "gleefully self-deprecating". The show subsequently opened in Los Angeles June 18, 2013 and had a one-month run at the Geffen Playhouse.— — — — — —Judy R. FranzJudy Franz (born 1938) is an American physicist, educator and the former Executive Officer of the American Physical Society
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