Drew

Drew is the past tense of draw, and both a surname and a given unisex name, sometimes as a shortened form of Andrew. It may refer to:

Other articles related to "drew":

Drew Posada
... Andrew "Drew" Posada (1969 – January 8, 2007) was an American comic book colorist and pin-up artist who has worked with Image Comics, Top Cow, Wildstorm and Extreme Studios, as well as ...
Drew, Mississippi - Notable Residents (past and Present)
... William Eggleston, internationally famous groundbreaking photographer, grew up in Drew Archie Manning, former NFL quarterback After Manning left to attend the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), he ... Manning previously owned some farming land in Drew, but he later sold it ... As of 2008, no sign in Drew commemorates Manning ...
Drew And Mike
... Drew and Mike is a weekday morning drive radio show hosted by Drew Lane and Mike Clark on WRIF, 101.1 FM in Southfield, near Detroit, Michigan ... regularly the top rated show in the Detroit market for over 10 years until Drew Lane's departure, easily winning the time slot ...
Plan B (musician) - Film Career - Acting
... short film Walking After Acconci (Redirected Approaches) in 2005, Ben Drew's first major film role was as a supporting character (Dabs) in Noel Clarke's Adulthood (2008) ... soundtrack to Kidulthood (2006) which led to Drew being cast in the sequel ... In 2009, Drew had another supporting role as Noel Winters in the Daniel Barber film Harry Brown starring Michael Caine ...
Surviving Christmas - Plot
... Drew Latham (Ben Affleck) is a wealthy advertising executive ... Citing the fact that Drew has never even introduced her to his family, she concludes that he will never get serious about their relationship and dumps him ... Drew has his assistant send her a Cartier bracelet to apologize ...

Famous quotes containing the word drew:

    And in the next instant, immediately behind them, Victor saw his former wife.
    At once he lowered his gaze, automatically tapping his cigarette to dislodge the ash that had not yet had time to form. From somewhere low down his heart rose like a fist to deliver an uppercut, drew back, struck again, then went into a fast disorderly throb, contradicting the music and drowning it.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    The miller quickly drew the dam,
    An’ there he found a drown’d woman.

    You cou’dna see her yallow hair
    For gold and pearle that were so rare.
    Unknown. The Twa Sisters (l. 32–35)

    We read poetry because the poets, like ourselves, have been haunted by the inescapable tyranny of time and death; have suffered the pain of loss, and the more wearing, continuous pain of frustration and failure; and have had moods of unlooked-for release and peace. They have known and watched in themselves and others.
    —Elizabeth Drew (1887–1965)