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I'm not seeing any lead roles in notable productions. Gospel isn't star billing.  Neither is The Odd Life of Timothy Green. Army Wives he has a recurring role but it isn't listed in the Wikipedia article cast which has a huge section for recurring roles. The Walking Dead is a minor role. Meet the Browns is a minor role. About the only thing mentioning him in a starring role is 4 Minutes which he produced but that doesn't even have an article here. Can someone show how he meets WP:ENT? AngusWOOF (bark • sniff) 21:22, 25 November 2016 (UTC)
Contest Deletion Boyd has over 50 projects listed on imdb (most of them major projects), notary with with other fan created wiki pages, and 4 Minutes which is currently on Amazon and available via DVD is listed in the article. From the list of WP:ENT he does qualify for a page. There are many of his costars that have pages with less notary. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ladynerd (talk • contribs) 14:12, 28 November 2016 (UTC)
Fan-created Wiki pages are not reliable sources. Neither is IMDb. I'm sure he's guest starred in a lot of prominent shows, but I don't see where he's starred in them, outside of his own 4 Minutes film. But for WP:ENT that's only ONE notable work, assuming 4 Minutes is notable, which is debatable at the moment because it doesn't even have its own article (unless it's merged with Boyd's). Which ones are his other notables? AngusWOOF (bark • sniff) 15:38, 28 November 2016 (UTC)
Hi, I have been reading some of the Nikon articles. I noticed that you contributed significantly to Nikon F90 This article and others seem to give a different evolutionary lineage than is implied by the common chart posted at most of the articles. I collect Nikons and have many of these cameras. I'm trying to figure out the evolution of the 35mm AF series, especially the upper end cameras and fill-in the cameras missing from my collection. Here are a few of my nicer AFs:  The main collection is at  BTW, these are available for free use on WP, and I'm happy to provide a release. I'm not writing much at WP but fully support the project as I can.
Is there a group who is coordinating then Nikon articles at all? Best regards, Kevin --Kevin Murray (talk) 00:06, 27 February 2015 (UTC)
I've referred the guy to this page, so if anyone has anything to add, please do so here. Thanks, Ubcule (talk) 13:16, 27 February 2015 (UTC)