Kent Hamilton

Executive Vice President of Truman Van Dyke Company

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Executive Vice President of Truman Van Dyke Company, insurance brokers for the entertainment industry

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After a lifetime as a character actor,  Bill Nighy  finally got his breakout role as the squid-faced Davy Jones in the  Pirates of the Caribbean  sequels.  We talk to the biggest star…

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