Larry

Larry is a very masculine given name in English, derived from Lawrence, Laurence or Laraib (meaning emperor or king). It can be a shortened form of those names.

Larry may refer to the following:

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Michael Storm
... Larry Wolek on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, a role he played as a lead character from 1969 through 1992, and in a recurring capacity continually from 1992 ... He was preceded in the role of Larry by his real-life brother, Jim Storm, who, in turn, had been preceded by Paul Tulley ... In the storyline, Jim's Larry Wolek was badly burned in a fire and underwent plastic surgery, and Michael's Larry Wolek was revealed when the bandages were ...
Flatlander (short Story)
... language science fiction short story written in 1967 by Larry Niven ... If, March 1967, and reprinted in Neutron Star, Larry Niven, New York Ballantine, 1968, pp. 129–171 (ISBN 0-345-29665-6), and Crashlander, Larry Niven, New York Ballantine, 1994, pp ...
Woman Haters - Notes/Production Background
... The Three Stooges had different names in this short Curly Jackie, Moe Tom, Larry Jim ... This is one of the few Stooge shorts that features Larry as the lead character ... Co-star Marjorie White (playing Larry's wife) died a year after this short of internal hemorrhaging caused by injuries sustained in a car accident ...
List Of Seinfeld Episodes - Episode List - Season 3 (1991/92)
... air date Production code Nielsen rating/ Audience share 1 ... "The Note" Tom Cherones Larry David September 18, 301. 15.1/25 2 ... "The Truth" David Steinberg Elaine Pope ...
Larry Haines
... Larry Haines (August 3, 1918 – July 17, 2008), born Larry Hecht, was an American actor ...

Famous quotes containing the word larry:

    I’ve yet to meet a writer who could change water into wine, and we have a tendency to treat them like that.
    Michael Tolkin, U.S. screenwriter, and Robert Altman. Larry Levy (Peter Gallagher)

    Class isn’t something you buy. Look at you. You have a $500 suit on and you’re still a lowlife.
    Roger Spottiswoode, U.S. screenwriter, Walter Hill, and Larry Gross. Jack Cates (Nick Nolte)

    That’s the nice thing about this job. You get to quote yourself shamelessly. If you don’t, Larry Speakes will.
    Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)