By Nancy Bilyeau What’s easy to miss in Wolf Hall is that, during his lifetime, Thomas Cromwell was feared. In the television series, based on Hilary Mantel’s two novels, Cromwell has shown himself, up until Episode 6, both intelligent and cunning, with an easy familiarity with corruption. He has been a crook as well as a lawyer; he knows how to outsmart people. Still, he loves his family, he supports religious reform, he likes to cuddle kittens. This.
(Dorothy Eloise Maloney) 30 January 25 is born in Chicago, Illinois, into a tightly knit Catholic family to Eloise and Robert Maloney. Her father’s an auditor for AT T. July 25 her family moves to Dallas ? her two older sisters die from polio complications ? a devout Catholic, she attends public school, Ursuline Convent, Highland Park High School, and the Hockaday School for Girls in Dallas ? studies dancing as a child and models for Neiman-Marcus ? attends Southern.
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