Angus King

Angus King

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Angus King is an actor. Angus King got a film credit for the movie Danny Deckchair. Angus King's recent TV credits include Real Time With Bill Maher and Charlie Rose. Angus King's Instagram account (@anguskingmaine) has a relatively modest fanbase with around 15,000 followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 1,500 likes each.

Angus King Movies

TitleCreditYear
Danny Deckchair
Danny Deckchair
  • Darren Kehole
2003
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As of 2018, Angus King has appeared in only one movie. Danny Deckchair is the only recent movie featuring Angus King. Danny Deckchair, released in 2003, featured Angus King as Darren Kehole.

Angus King TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Real Time With Bill Maher
Real Time With Bill Maher
  • Panelist
  • 2017
  • 2015
  • 2014
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
  • Guest
  • 2016
Meet the Press
Meet the Press
  • Panelist
  • 2013
  • 2006
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As of 2018, Angus King has appeared on about 2 TV shows. Some of the most recent Angus King TV appearances include Real Time With Bill Maher, Charlie Rose, and Meet the Press. In 2017, Angus King was a panelist on Real Time With Bill Maher. He was a guest on Charlie Rose in 2016 and he was a panelist on Meet the Press in 2013.

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You know it must be getting tough in the woods when even the moose are wearing camouflage! Actually, this guy adorns the entryway to a very cool Maine company, the Council on International Education Exchange, or CIEE. Based in Portland, CIEE works with students in the US and around the world to live and study abroad; 30,000 in-bound (students from other countries coming here) and 15,000 out-bound from colleges and high schools across the country. Employing over 350 people here in Maine, CIEE has become an important part of the local economy since relocating here from New York in 2003. The place is positively brimming with energy and is a great example of a business (in this case, a non-profit) which could be anywhere, but chose Maine because of our great people, lifestyle, and quality of life. Isn’t it nice to get good news every now and then?  #ciee #portlandmaine #camomoose #exchangestudents #thewaylifeshouldbe #cieestudyabroadAngus King Instagram: You know it must be getting tough in the woods when even the moose are wearing camouflage! Actually, this guy adorns the entryway to a very cool Maine company, the Council on International Education Exchange, or CIEE. Based in Portland, CIEE works with students in the US and around the world to live and study abroad; 30,000 in-bound (students from other countries coming here) and 15,000 out-bound from colleges and high schools across the country. Employing over 350 people here in Maine, CIEE has become an important part of the local economy since relocating here from New York in 2003. The place is positively brimming with energy and is a great example of a business (in this case, a non-profit) which could be anywhere, but chose Maine because of our great people, lifestyle, and quality of life. Isn’t it nice to get good news every now and then? #ciee #portlandmaine #camomoose #exchangestudents #thewaylifeshouldbe #cieestudyabroad
You know it must be getting tough in the woods when even the moose are wearing camouflage! Actually, this guy adorns the entryway to a very cool Maine company, the Council on International Education Exchange, or CIEE. Based in Portland, CIEE works with students in the US and around the world to live and study abroad; 30,000 in-bound (students from other countries coming here) and 15,000 out-bound from colleges and high schools across the country. Employing over 350 people here in Maine, CIEE has become an important part of the local economy since relocating here from New York in 2003. The place is positively brimming with energy and is a great example of a business (in this case, a non-profit) which could be anywhere, but chose Maine because of our great people, lifestyle, and quality of life. Isn’t it nice to get good news every now and then?  #ciee #portlandmaine #camomoose #exchangestudents #thewaylifeshouldbe #cieestudyabroadAngus King Instagram: You know it must be getting tough in the woods when even the moose are wearing camouflage! Actually, this guy adorns the entryway to a very cool Maine company, the Council on International Education Exchange, or CIEE. Based in Portland, CIEE works with students in the US and around the world to live and study abroad; 30,000 in-bound (students from other countries coming here) and 15,000 out-bound from colleges and high schools across the country. Employing over 350 people here in Maine, CIEE has become an important part of the local economy since relocating here from New York in 2003. The place is positively brimming with energy and is a great example of a business (in this case, a non-profit) which could be anywhere, but chose Maine because of our great people, lifestyle, and quality of life. Isn’t it nice to get good news every now and then? #ciee #portlandmaine #camomoose #exchangestudents #thewaylifeshouldbe #cieestudyabroad
“Man is born to die, his works are short-lived.
Buildings crumble, monuments decay, wealth vanishes.
But Katahdin, in all its glory, forever shall remain the mountain of the people of Maine.” Percival Proctor Baxter.
In the Statehouse (the state Capitol building for those of you from away), there are portraits of all of Maine’s governors, but there is only one sculpture—a bust of Percival Baxter in the center of the Hall of Flags. And it’s worth noting that he is honored and remembered there not for being governor, but for what he did for the state long after leaving office—the painstaking purchase and assembly of what is now Baxter State Park, with Mt. Katahdin at its heart. Measured in terms of impact on the lives of generations of Maine people, I’ve always thought of this gift as one of the greatest acts of personal generosity in our nation’s history. Mary and I were in Millinocket Sunday (where positive things are beginning to happen after a very tough stretch) and my friend Kate Foye got this iconic shot. Thanks to Kate for sharing, and to old Percy for his wonderful gift to all of us.
#baxterstatepark #percivalbaxter #millinocketmaine #mtkatahdin #ourkatahdin #newenglandoutdoorcenterAngus King Instagram: “Man is born to die, his works are short-lived. Buildings crumble, monuments decay, wealth vanishes. But Katahdin, in all its glory, forever shall remain the mountain of the people of Maine.” Percival Proctor Baxter. In the Statehouse (the state Capitol building for those of you from away), there are portraits of all of Maine’s governors, but there is only one sculpture—a bust of Percival Baxter in the center of the Hall of Flags. And it’s worth noting that he is honored and remembered there not for being governor, but for what he did for the state long after leaving office—the painstaking purchase and assembly of what is now Baxter State Park, with Mt. Katahdin at its heart. Measured in terms of impact on the lives of generations of Maine people, I’ve always thought of this gift as one of the greatest acts of personal generosity in our nation’s history. Mary and I were in Millinocket Sunday (where positive things are beginning to happen after a very tough stretch) and my friend Kate Foye got this iconic shot. Thanks to Kate for sharing, and to old Percy for his wonderful gift to all of us. #baxterstatepark #percivalbaxter #millinocketmaine #mtkatahdin #ourkatahdin #newenglandoutdoorcenter
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