Portrayed

  • (adj): Represented graphically by sketch or design or lines.
    Synonyms: depicted, pictured

Some articles on portrayed:

Sanada Ten Braves - In Popular Culture - In Samurai Deeper Kyo
... Sarutobi Sasuke (猿飛 佐助) is portrayed as the title of Sanada Juuyuushi's leader the current Sasuke is a young boy who later joins the group long after the previous ... Kirigakure Saizou (霧隠 才蔵) is portrayed as the loyalist of Yukimura ... Anayama Kosuke (穴山 小助) is portrayed as the female double of Yukimura to protect his safety ...
John Duffy (mobster) - In Popular Culture
... Date Title Country Notes IMDB 1959 Al Capone USA Portrayed by Robert Gist 1967 The St ... Valentine's Day Massacre USA Portrayed by John Agar 1975 Capone USA Portrayed by John Orchard 1993 The Untouchables Pilot (Parts 1 and 2) USA Portrayed by Michael Parks 1993 The Young Indiana Jones ...
Ron Clark (teacher) - See Also
... education activist and former high school basketball coach portrayed in the 2005 film, Coach Carter Joe Louis Clark, high school principal portrayed in the ...
Ernst A. Lehmann - Portrayals
... the 1975 film The Hindenburg, Captain Lehmann was portrayed by Richard Dysart, although this portrayal is quite inaccurate with Lehmann appearing wary of the Nazis ... The Untold Story, Polish actor Aleksander Trabczynski portrayed Lehmann ... In the fictional 2011 RTL television movie of the disaster, he was portrayed by Ulrich Noethen ...
List Of Minor DC Comics Characters - L - Lara - In Other Media
... Adventures of Superman premier episode "Superman on Earth" portrayed by Aline Towne ... The character is portrayed by Kendall Cross in her first appearance and by Helen Slater in the remainder ... the serial Superman (1948) entitled "Superman Comes to Earth" portrayed by Luana Walters ...

Famous quotes containing the word portrayed:

    Although the primitive in art may be both interesting and impressive, as portrayed in American fiction it is conspicuous for dullness alone. Drab persons living drab lives, observed by drab minds and reported in drab writing ...
    Ellen Glasgow (1873–1945)

    It would be difficult for me not to conclude that the most perfect type of masculine beauty is Satan,—as portrayed by Milton.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)