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Oslo

being wholly owned subsidiaries). thumb Christopher Nielsen. (File:Christopher nielsen 01.png) '''Christopher Nielsen''' (born 20 April 1963 in Oslo) is a Norwegian (Norway) comics artist. He is especially known for his subcultural (subculture) depictions. Nielsen got his first comics printed in 1980 after entering a competition in the Norwegian anarchist magazine, Gateavisa. Only three years later he got his first album published. Generally he works in a rough and direct style


Norway

after entering a competition in the Norwegian anarchist magazine, Gateavisa. Only three years later he got his first album published. Generally he works in a rough and direct style, inspired by the American underground comix tradition. '''Svend Viking Karlsen''' (born October 6, 1967) is a former Norwegian (Norway) strongman (Strongman (strength athlete)), powerlifter, and IFBB (International Federation of BodyBuilders) professional bodybuilder. '''Hans Herbjørnsrud''' (born


France

Angeles on vacation and decided to stay and pursue an acting career. She began appearing in videos (Film) and commercials (Advertising) while she refined her English (English language) skills and studied acting. Encouraged with this success, in 1991 he recorded the second album, published for the same record company as the first album – "Diskoton", Sarajevo. Just at the moment when the songs from it fascinated the audience again, Bosnian war commenced at the Balkans area. Haris retreated to Austria and played many benefit concerts for his compatriots from Bosnia. Finally, in the 1994 he went to France, living in Cannes and Saint-Tropez and Spain for a while, and ultimately moving to Paris in 1997, where he has been living since. Thanks to singing folk music and traveling all over the world he had learned several languages. At his performances he sings other performers' songs and does it in different foreign languages; English (English language), Spanish (Spanish language), French (French language), Russian (Russian language), Greek (Greek language),... and also plays many music instruments. The '''Unterlinden Museum''' (officially ''Musée d'Unterlinden'', also cited in English as ''Musée Unterlinden'') is located in Colmar, France, in the Alsace region. The museum, housed in a 13th century Dominican (Dominican Order) religious sisters' convent, is home to the Isenheim Altarpiece by Matthias Grünewald and features a large collection of local and international artworks and manufactured artifacts from prehistorical to contemporary times. The museum bears the quality label ''Musée de France'' and is one of the most visited in France outside of the Île-de-France (Île-de-France (region)). He started skateboarding when he was nine, and soon after gained his first sponsorship by the Skateshop of Toulon. He won his first contest at the age of 11 in Marseille, France. After that, Vans flew him to the finals in California, his first trip to the United States. - rowspan 3 align center 1986 (1986 Alpine Skiing World Cup) rowspan 2 09 Feb 1986 rowspan 2 Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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professional wrestler (professional wrestling), and prior to June, 2009, worked as a road agent (Road Agent (Wrestling)) for WWE on its Raw (WWE Raw) brand. With the publication of his graphic novel ''Pixy'' by Fantagraphics Books in 1993, Andersson became the first modern Swedish artist to have a comic album published in the United States. In the '90s he was a frequent contributor to the comics anthology ''Zero Zero (Zero Zero (comics))''. He is also the creator


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