Silas Weir Mitchell ( Filadelfia, 30 de septiembre de 1969) es un actor estadounidense conocido por interpretar frecuentemente personajes atormentados o inestables emocionalmente. Índice 1 Biografía 2 Filmografía 2.1 Como actor 2.2 Como director 2.3 Como productor 3 Referencias 4 Enlaces externos Biografía [ editar]
Silas Weir Mitchell (born Silas Weir Mitchell Neilson; September 30, 1969) is an American character actor. He is known for starring as Charles "Haywire" Patoshik in the Fox television series Prison Break (2005–2007), for the recurring role of Donny Jones in My Name Is Earl (2005–2009), and as Monroe in the NBC television series Grimm (2011–2017).
1 de ene. de 2023 · S. Weir Mitchell, in full Silas Weir Mitchell, (born Feb. 15, 1829, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.—died Jan. 4, 1914, Philadelphia), American physician and author who excelled in novels of psychology and historical romance.
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Silas Weir Mitchell was born on 30 September 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Rat Race (2001), The Whole Ten Yards (2004) and Flags of Our Fathers (2006). More at IMDbPro Contact info Agent info Resume Born September 30, 1969 Add to list Awards 2 nominations Photos 185 Known for Rat Race 6.4 Lloyd 2001
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Silas Weir Mitchell was born on February 15, 1829, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to John Kearsley Mitchelland Sarah Henry Mitchell. He studied at Philadelphia's renowned University of Pennsylvania and later earned the degree of MD at the city's Jefferson Medical College in 1850. During the Civil War, he was director of treatment of nervous injurie...
He was Charlotte Perkins Gilman's doctor and his use of a rest cure on her provided the idea for "The Yellow Wallpaper", a short story in which the narrator is driven insane by this treatment. His treatment was also used on Virginia Woolf, who wrote a savage satire of it in her novel Mrs. Dalloway(1925): "you invoke proportion; order rest in bed; r...
Mitchell's eminence in science and letters was recognized by honorary degrees conferred upon him by several universities at home and abroad and by membership, honorary or active, in many American and foreign learned societies. In 1887 he was president of the Association of American Physicians and in 1908–09 president of the American Neurological As...Weir Mitchell skin– a red, glossy, perspiring skin seen in cases of incomplete irritative lesion of a nerveWeir Mitchell treatment – a method of treating neurasthenia, hysteria, etc., by absolute bed rest(aka a rest cure), frequent and abundant feeding, and the systematic use of massage and electricityMitchell's disease – erythromelalgiaMitchell, S. Weir and Edward T. Reichert. 1886. Researches upon the Venoms of Poisonous Serpents. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, Number 647. The Smithsonian Institution. Washington, Distri...
He was a friend and patron of the artist Thomas Eakins, and owned the painting Whistling for Plover. The Philadelphia Chippendale chairs seen in several Eakins paintings – such as William Rush Carving his Allegorical Figure of Schuylkill River (1877) and the bas-relief Knitting (1883) – were borrowed from Mitchell. Following Eakins's 1886 forced re...
Some time during the late 1800s, a ghost story was published about Dr. Mitchell that he was never able to lay to rest. The story tells how a very young girl in rags and threadbare shawl came to his door in bad weather and begged him to come take care of her sick mother. The girl guided Mitchell to the sick woman, who turned out to be a former house...
Charlotte Perkins Gilman claimed her short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" was directed at Mitchell that he might reconsider the rest cure. Although she has claimed to have sent a copy of the story, Mitchell never acknowledged his connection to the infamous story or that he ever received a copy. Perkins Gilman also claimed that Mitchell altered his Re...Anna Robeson Brown Burr, Weir Mitchell: His Life and Letters(Duffield & Company 1929).Nancy Cervetti, S. Weir Mitchell, 1829–1914: Philadelphia's Literary Physician. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012. ISBN 0271054042E. P. Oberholtzer, "Personal Memories of Weir Mitchell," in the Bookman, vol. 39 (1914). p. 132A. Proust and G. Ballet, The Treatment of Neurasthenia.1902.Finding aid to the S. Weir Mitchell collection at the University of Pennsylvania LibrariesWorks by Silas Weir Mitchell at Project Gutenberg
Silas Weir Mitchell was born on September 30, 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Rat Race (2001), The Whole Ten Yards (2004) and Flags of Our Fathers (2006). Family (2) Trade Mark (2) Intense, unsettling stare Often plays volatile characters Trivia (10) Full name is Silas Weir Mitchell Neilson.
30 de may. de 2015 · Jonathan García-allen. 30 mayo, 2015 - 08:47. Comparte. El Miembro Fantasma, término introducido Silas Weir Mitchell en 1872, hace referencia a un síndrome que padecen algunas personas que han perdido un brazo, una pierna o un órgano y que continúan experimentando las sensaciones de los miembros amputados.