• Darlene Conley

    Darlene Conley

    Darlene Conley (July 18, 1934 – January 14, 2007) was an American actress.

  • Darlene

    Darlene may refer to:

  • Darlene Ka-Mook Nichols

    Darlene Nichols, also known by the names Kamook, Ka-Mook, Kamook Nichols and Ka-Mook Nichols, is the name of a former AIM member and Native American protester. She is best known for her role in the American Indian Movement for organizing (and participating in) The Longest Walk, and for serving as a key material witness in United States v. Peltier and United States v. Looking Cloud that ultimately led to the conviction of several AIM members in the murders of Anna Mae Aquash and two FBI special agents.

  • Darlene McCoy

    Darlene McCoy

    Darlene Jenise "McCoy" Johnson (born October 31, 1971; née, Johnson), is an American gospel singer, songwriter, author, radio personality, and Christian R&B recording artist. She started her music career, in 2005, with the release of Fallen in Love single by EMI Gospel. She would release a precursor extended play, in 2007's Fallen in Love, again with EMI Gospel. This will lead into the release of Darlene McCoy later on that year. This album was her breathrough release on the Billboard magazine charts, which it placed on the Gospel Albums chart. She is the First African American Female to host a nightly syndicated radio show, as she is the host of Nightly Spirit under Reach Media Inc.

  • Darlene Cates

    Darlene Cates (born Rita Darlene Guthrie; December 13, 1947 – March 26, 2017) was an American actress. She became known for her role in the 1993 film What's Eating Gilbert Grape, in which she played the title character's housebound mother.

  • Darlene Stoyka

    Darlene Stoyka (born 30 November 1956) is a Canadian former field hockey player who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.

  • Darlene Goff

    Darlene Goff

    Brigadier General Darlene M. Goff (Ret.) is the first female general officer of the South Carolina National Guard. She retired in March 2015.

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