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British sculptor (born in the United States) noted for busts and large controversial works (1880-1959)

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Helen Mirren may be on speed dial for any casting director looking for a Queen Elizabeth II and now Andrew is joining that exclusive club, taking on the role of the city's enigmatic musical impresario Brian Epstein for a second time.
The Beatles with manager Brian Epstein in 1967 Jon Keats finishes off Brian Epstein's name on the wall in the Cavern Club Mathew Street, inset, the spelling error Picture: GAVIN TRAFFORD
But it was interesting how, near the beginning of The Hours and Times, John Lennon asks Brian Epstein how he wants to be remembered.
Don't miss tomorrow's ECHO for Mersey Beat founder Bill Harry's tribute to Brian Epstein.
They only released a couple of singles, including one produced by Brian Epstein in 1964, but they failed to chart.
Larry Parnes - whose "stable" included Billy Fury - and of course the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein were typical of this breed of manager who managed to marry business with pleasure in their dealings with young wannabe pop icons.
Affiliates have turned into a major distribution channel for SayIt within three short months," said SayIt's CEO and co-founder, Brian Epstein.
Mr Makin was the family solicitor to Brian Epstein, who in 1963 sought his advice on setting up a perpetually binding contract between himself and the Beatles.
Presenter Alex Polizzi (left) is left exasperated by a headstrong hotelier, when she visits Epstein House - the converted former home of Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
LIVERPOOL'S revamped Neptune theatre will take the name of former Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
London, Aug 28 (ANI): A film based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein is reportedly set to be made.
BEATLES manager Brian Epstein, 32, was found dead at his Belgravia home in London on this day in 1967 after taking an overdose of sleeping tablets.
A rare signed copy of the revised management agreement between The Beatles and Brian Epstein more than trebled its estimated value at auction.
A HANDWRITTEN letter from Sir Paul McCartney and a Christmas card illustrated by John Lennon will be highlights of an auction of items documenting the life of Beatles mastermind Brian Epstein.
IF YOU have been out and about in the city, you may have noticed posters and signs springing up dedicated to The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein.