Dead Account

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Dead Account

In banking, an account with no activity whatsoever over a lengthy period of time. That is, the account holder makes no deposits to or withdrawals from a dead account. See also: Inactive account.
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"Look, if they're genuinely fake or dead accounts, I have no problem with it," tweeted former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Hamilton was recently featured on "American Horror Story: Coven''and will appear in Fox's upcoming "Gracepoint.'' His recent New York stage credits include Neil LaBute's "Reasons to be Happy'' by MCC Theater and Theresa Rebeck's "Dead Accounts'' on Broadway.
Since her high-profile divorce from Cruise, Holmes has remained relatively under the radar only starring in Broadway play Dead Accounts and shooting parts for Mania Days, The Giver and Miss Meadows.
The plays included are Mauritius, The Understudy, Our House, O Beautiful, Seminar, Dead Accounts, and What We're Up Against.
While he may not have the golden touch every time (neither he nor Katie Holmes could save Theresa Rebeck's aptly titled Dead Accounts), O'Brien's track record is varied and impressive.
Here's how things shape up at the moment: Steph (Jenna Fischer, from The Office) is married, but still pining for Greg (Josh Hamilton, last seen on Broadway in Dead Accounts), who has something going with Steph's best friend Carly (Leslie Bibb, from GCB), who has no idea that her ex, Kent (Fred Weller, a Broadway player in Take Me Out), is still pining for her.
The 34-year-old actress had previously starred in a Broadway play 'Dead Accounts,' which closed ahead of schedule, the New York Post reported.
Her career return came with a role in Broadway play Dead Accounts, which opened to mixed reviews.
But Yale also appears to have attracted a mysteriously large battalion of walking dead accounts, with pages and pages of followers that rarely if ever post themselves and have few if any followers.
Greer made her Broadway debut opposite Katie Holmes last year in the (as-yet-untitled) short-lived "Dead Accounts."
"Elf" ($696,616) took a predictable tumble in the one week it was scheduled to play after the Christmas holiday, while "Chaplin" ($509,381), "Grace" ($418,788) and "Dead Accounts" ($254,255) bowed out with little B.O.
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