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  • From what I've seen and heard of the London Plan's examination in public, Gavron is not far wrong.

    London housing crisis: Boris, devolution and supply

  • He ended up straddling an unsustainable fence during a facetious public exchange with Labour's London Assembly housing spokesperson Nicky Gavron in February 2010, while inhabitants of some of those 760 council dwellings looked on from the public gallery.

    Battle for Earls Court: revisions, court actions and Boris's mates

  • Aside from his stint on Life Unexpected, Gavron has appeared in Rome and episodes of 24 and CSI: Miami.

    Life Unexpected’s Rafi Gavron Heads to Parenthood

  • Nicky Gavron AM is Labour's spokesperson for planning and housing on the London Assembly.

    London housing crisis: Boris, devolution and supply

  • There are three major protagonists (played by Brendan Fraser, Paul Bettany, and, a revelation, Eliza Bennett), two minor (another promising youngster, Rafi Gavron, and the incomparable Helen Mirren clearly having the time of her life), and two tertiary (Jim Broadbent in crazed crotchety mode and Sienna Guillory doing fantastic physically expressive work).

    February 2009

  • In an episode slated to air Nov. 22, Gavron — who portrayed the bad-boy boyfriend of Lux Britt Robertson on The CW series -- will play Troy Quinn, a problematic beau to Rosa Salazar's Zoe, the law firm coffee girl who's pregnant and considering giving the baby up for adoption to Erika Christensen's Julia.

    Life Unexpected’s Rafi Gavron Heads to Parenthood

  • There are three major protagonists (played by Brendan Fraser, Paul Bettany, and, a revelation, Eliza Bennett), two minor (another promising youngster, Rafi Gavron, and the incomparable Helen Mirren clearly having the time of her life), and two tertiary (Jim Broadbent in crazed crotchety mode and Sienna Guillory doing fantastic physically expressive work).

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  • Dead,' Gavron has pulled off something I would have thought to be impossible: to make us reconsider the very nature of terrorism, what it is and how if affects us, from both a survivor's and a bomber's point-of-view.

    Old Media Monday: Reviewing the Reviewers

  • Dead,' Gavron has pulled off something I would have thought to be impossible: to make us reconsider the very nature of terrorism, what it is and how if affects us, from both a survivor's and a bomber's point-of-view.

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  • Dead,' Gavron has pulled off something I would have thought to be impossible: to make us reconsider the very nature of terrorism, what it is and how if affects us, from both a survivor's and a bomber's point-of-view.

    Shelfari

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