and musical lyrics for Broadway (Broadway theatre) theatrical productions and Hollywood motion pictures, and, later, directed a number of such productions, as well. He collaborated with George S. Kaufman on several Broadway hits. In 1933, he earned the Pulitzer Prize (receiving the prize from the same Nicholas Murray Butler who had suspended him from Columbia University) for Drama for the Broadway production ''Of Thee I Sing'', a musical written in collaboration
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film) Münchhausen ''. His son, Walter Slezak, who started off in musical theater, became a successful character actor in Hollywood during the 1940s. His grand-daughter (Walter's daughter) is the actress Erika Slezak, noted for her role on the soap opera ''One Life to Live''. * '''Miss Mercy''' (born February 15, 1949) was born in Burbank, California. She has been referred to by Miss Pamela as "the human facsimile". Having moved to Florida with her parents and older sister at an early age, the family eventually settled in San Mateo, California. Then, in 1964 (when she was 15), she dropped out of high school and told her parents she was ready to become legally independent. Despite their disapproval, she filed for emancipation, becoming a ward of the court within a couple of weeks. Miss Mercy went to live with a group of friends in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, California. Some of their neighbors included members of the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and a young Charles Manson. Eventually, Miss Mercy and Miss Pamela heard that Los Angeles was the mecca for meeting entertainers and especially rock & roll musicians. In addition, Miss Pamela wanted to pursue her acting career in Hollywood, and in early 1969, they moved south, immersing themselves into the local scene. Then, one of Miss Pamela's childhood friends, Don Glen Vliet (aka Captain Beefheart), took the girls to a large castle-like compound in Laurel Canyon where they were introduced to musician Frank Zappa. Soon after the breakup of the GTO's she became romantically involved with blues guitar prodigy Shuggie Otis, the son of rhythm & blues pioneer Johnny Otis. They married and had a son, Lucky Otis, who became a world-renowned multi-instrumentalist musician in the likeness of his father and grandfather. A few years later, Miss Mercy and Shuggie divorced. For the next 15 to 20 years she moved around northern and southern California, living a life of heavy drug use and sporadic public appearances. Miss Mercy re-married in 1991 and in 2000 divorced her second husband and quit all hard drugs and cigarettes. She has been clean and sober ever since. Miss Mercy currently resides in downtown Los Angeles and works for a thrift store in Hollywood. A somewhat concise account of her biography, entitled "Miss Mercy's Blues", is featured at length in its own chapter of ''I’m With The Band'', and her quite extensive resumè spans over five decades, ranging from magazines and books to radio, television, and feature-length award-winning documentaries. (she had a ten-minute segment dedicated to her life in the cult hit called ''The Mayor Of Sunset Strip'' starring alternative rock pioneer KROQ disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer, who is a close longtime friend of the GTO's). Miss Mercy and Miss Pamela still remain close friends. As of 2011, Miss Mercy is working closely with an author biographer to help document her life. In 2001 Bräck also had a minor role in the Hollywood motion picture ''Driven'', which starred Sylvester Stallone and Burt Reynolds. '''Stanton Thomas Barrett''' (born December 1, 1972 in Bishop, California) Stanton Barrett Career Statistics is a NASCAR driver and Hollywood stuntman (stunt double). He has driven in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series, as well in the IZOD IndyCar Series. Family His father, Stan Barrett who was also a Hollywood stuntman raced in 19 Winston Cup series races between 1980 and 1990, posting two top ten finishes. He is the godson of Paul Newman, and the grandson of Dave McCoy and Roma McCoy, the founders of Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort.career During her brief Hollywood career, Hunnicutt was typecast (typecasting (acting)) as a brunette sexpot. She co-starred with James Garner in the 1969 film ''Marlowe (Marlowe_(film))'', the character she played being a glamorous Hollywood actress. In Hollywood, Mauritz Stiller was assigned to direct ''The Temptress'' (1926) for MGM, but he could not deal with studio structure. After repeated arguments with MGM executives, he was replaced on the film by Fred Niblo and his contract with the studio terminated. Stiller was immediately hired by Paramount Pictures., where he made three successful films but was let go a second time while directing his fourth as a result of his continuing disagreements with studio bosses. Hanson died in a car accident in June 1927. From the time of its initial sign-on in 1949, channel 7 was located at the ABC Television Center (now branded as the Prospect Studios), located in the Los Feliz (Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California) neighborhood of Los Angeles, east of Hollywood. In December 1999, KABC-TV moved from its longtime studios to a new state-of-the-art facility designed by César Pelli in nearby Glendale (Glendale, California). YouTube – KABC New Year 2000 Footage The station is currently a short distance from ABC's West Coast headquarters, and from parent Walt Disney Company's headquarters in Burbank (Burbank, California). Name Hollywood Road was put up early in 1844, before the more famous Hollywood in California was settled. It was probably named by Sir John Francis Davis, the second Governor of Hong Kong, after his family home at Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol, England.
2011-04-04 work LIFE.com All press is invited to attend the pre-show red carpet arrivals as young celebrity attendees make their entrances and sign autographs, and each year's presenters are often selected from the previous year's young winners or from that year's list of nominees. After
and in ''Elizabethtown (Elizabethtown (film))'', directed by Cameron Crowe. Franco has won or been nominated for a number of awards. He has done both dramatic and comedic work in projects and has appeared in an eclectic range of films since the 2000s, ranging from period (period film) to contemporary pieces, and from major Hollywood productions to less publicized indie films (independent film), as well as fantasy films to biopics (biographical film) and soap operas. Other notable films include ''Pineapple Express (Pineapple Express (film))'', a 2008 stoner comedy that earned him his second Golden Globes nomination; the 2008 Harvey Milk-biopic ''Milk (Milk (film))''; and Danny Boyle's 2010 drama film ''127 Hours'', about real-life mountain climber Aron Ralston's struggle to free his hand from a boulder. His performance in ''127 Hours'' earned him nominations for many high-profile awards, including the Academy Awards, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards. In 2011, he starred opposite Andy Serkis in Rupert Wyatt's successful science fiction film ''Rise of the Planet of the Apes'', a reboot (reboot (fiction)) of the ''Planet of the Apes'' franchise (Planet of the Apes (franchise)). Since 2009, he has played a recurring role in the ABC (American Broadcasting Company) daytime soap opera ''General Hospital''. '''William Wadsworth Hodkinson''' (August 16, 1881—June 2, 1971), known more commonly as '''W. W. Hodkinson''', was born in Independence, Kansas. Known as ''The Man Who Invented Hollywood'',
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full-time to writing books. He published his first non-fiction work in 1955, ''The Fabulous Originals'', and his first fiction offering, ''The Sins of Philip Fleming'', in 1959. The latter, ignored by critics, was followed by the enormously successful ''The Chapman Report''. Wallace published 33 books during his lifetime, all translated into 31 different languages. At age 14, Witt earned her high school diploma. Shortly thereafter, she moved to Hollywood with her mother to pursue
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Expressionism and a highly mobile camera. She has appeared multiple times on ''The Hollywood Reporter'''s Annual Actress Salary List, and is the highest-paid Latin actress in Hollywood. She has parlayed (wikt:parlay) her media fame into a fashion line and various perfumes with her celebrity endorsement (Testimonial).
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'''Hollywood''' is a district in the central (Central Los Angeles) region of Los Angeles, California, in the United States.
It is notable for its place as the home of the entertainment industry, including several of its historic studios. Its name has come to be a metonym (metonymy) for the motion picture industry of the United States (Cinema of the United States). Hollywood is also a highly ethnically diverse, densely populated, economically diverse neighborhood and retail business district.
Hollywood was a small community in 1870 and was incorporated as a municipality in 1903.