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Ron Lester Remembered by His Co-Stars: ‘He Was the Sweetest Guy in the World’ – TheWrap

June 19, 2016 |

TheWrap

Ron Lester Remembered by His Co-Stars: 'He Was the Sweetest Guy in the World'
TheWrap
The death of “Varsity Blues” and “Popular” star Ron Lester, who died Friday at age 45, has prompted a flood of tributes from his costars, with Leslie Bibb, Christopher Gorham and other colleagues sharing their grief and memories on social media. Bibb
Ron Lester Of Billy Bob 'Varsity Blues' Fame Dies At Age 45Huffington Post
Varsity Blues' Ron Lester Has Passed Away At 45Cinema Blend
'Varsity Blues' star Ron Lester dies of organ failureFox News
USA TODAY –RollingStone.com –Bustle –PerezHilton.com
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Entertainment – Google News

Ron Lester Of Billy Bob ‘Varsity Blues’ Fame Dies At Age 45 – Huffington Post

June 19, 2016 |

Huffington Post

Ron Lester Of Billy Bob 'Varsity Blues' Fame Dies At Age 45
Huffington Post
Sen. Tim Scott Wants To Talk About Poverty. All He Gets Asked About Is Donald Trump's Racism. VOICES · Black Voices · Latino Voices · Women · Fifty · Religion · Queer Voices · Parents · Teen · College · Prince William Feels Wrath Of Queen Elizabeth In …
Varsity Blues' Ron Lester Has Passed Away At 45Cinema Blend
'Varsity Blues' star Ron Lester dies of organ failureFox News
'Varsity Blues' actor Ron Lester dies at 45USA TODAY
RollingStone.com –Bustle –PerezHilton.com –TheWrap
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Entertainment – Google News

Ron Lester Of Billy Bob ‘Varsity Blues’ Fame Dies At Age 45 – Huffington Post

June 18, 2016 |

Huffington Post

Ron Lester Of Billy Bob 'Varsity Blues' Fame Dies At Age 45
Huffington Post
Ron Lester, an actor best known for his role as Billy Bob in the 1999 sports drama “Varsity Blues,” died Friday of liver and kidney failure at a Dallas hospital, Lester's agent, Dave Bradley, confirmed to Entertainment Weekly. Lester was 45 years old
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'Varsity Blues' actor Ron Lester dies at 45USA TODAY
Ron Lester Remembered by His Co-Stars: 'He Was the Sweetest Guy in the World'TheWrap
Entertainment Tonight –Atlanta Journal Constitution –Los Angeles Times –Bustle
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TMZ

Ron Lester — Billy Bob from ‘Varsity Blues’ … Critical Condition

June 17, 2016 |

Ron Lester — who famously played “Billy Bob” in “Varsity Blues” — is hospitalized in critical condition and it doesn’t look good … TMZ Sports has learned. 

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TMZ

Brian Williams — Bumped to Cable … Lester Holt the Winner

June 18, 2015 |

Brian Williams has officially lost his coveted position as anchor of NBC Nightly News, and Lester Holt is his successor. Williams — who is nearing the end of his 6 month suspension for lying about being shot at in a helicopter — was demoted to…

TMZ.com

Lester Holt expected to remain Nightly News anchor – Fortune

June 18, 2015 |

Fortune

Lester Holt expected to remain Nightly News anchor
Fortune
It looks like Lester Holt's temporary seat in the “Nightly News” anchor chair will be permanent. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Holt will head the “Nightly News” broadcast for good following a four-month interim stint. His appointment comes in …
Brian Williams' departure from 'NBC Nightly News' marks the end of the almighty Los Angeles Times
Reports: Williams out as 'Nightly News' anchorSalon
Here's what's trending: Nine killed in SC church; pope on environment; Brian AL.com
The Detroit News –The Globe and Mail
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NBC Is Painted In The Right Corner With Lester Holt As Anchor Of ‘Nightly News’

February 18, 2015 |

The NBC News division of Comcast-owned NBC/Universal had no choice but to appoint Lester Holt to replace the suspended Brian Williams on the top-rated “NBC Nightly News,” and by doing so it painted itself into the right corner. Holt will be the first African-American sole anchor of a major broadcast network’s […]
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