Places Known For

quot celebrity


Silver Lake, Los Angeles

"''CSI: NY'' Star Eddie Cahill Marries Nikki Uberti" . Celebrity Bride Guide. Retrieved August 30, 2013. * Joey Castillo, musician drummer Staff (November 13, 2007). "Break It Down: Joey Castillo of Queens of the Stone Age". Artist Direct (Artistdirect). Retrieved June 2, 2013. * Sal Castro, educator activist Woo, Elaine (April 15, 2013). http


Stratford, Ontario

for his portrayal of ''Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Sweeney Todd (musical))'' in the Stephen Sondheim musical. During these years, Cariou also appeared in a number of benefits, including ''A Christmas Carol'' for the Riverside Shakespeare Company in New York, playing Scrooge, with Helen Hayes, Raul Julia, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, directed by W. Stuart McDowell at the Symphony Space in 1985. "Celebrity Reading Of 'A Christmas Carol'", ''The New York Times'', November 23, 1985. His next projects, the Alan Jay Lerner–Charles Strouse musical ''Dance a Little Closer'' (1983), Arthur Miller's sole musical, ''Up from Paradise'' (1983),  ''Teddy & Alice'' (1987), ''Ziegfeld'' (1988), and ''Lady in White'' (1988) proved to be far less successful. The City of Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) and Town of St. Marys (St. Marys, Ontario) are part of the census division, but are separated from the county for municipal purposes. The City of Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) and Town of St. Marys (St. Marys, Ontario) make up roughly half of the county's population, skewing the census data. Statistics without these two places are: * Land area:


Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

. Barnett (#Barnett), p. 138. The word was listed in the annual "Banished Word List" released by a committee at Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan in 2007. The list included "truthiness" among other overused terms, such as "awesome," celebrity couple portmanteaus such as "Brangelina," and "pwn." Lake


Monte Carlo

by Kenneth Branagh. Quinlan, "Celebrity Interview" country residence Monte Carlo, Monaco birth_date March 4, 1974 *1999.07.07: Train Simulator South France (also released as Train Simulator DVD) :(Cannes - Nice - Monte Carlo - Menton) *1999.09.17: Train Simulator Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line (Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line) & Yoshino Line * ''The Eagle (The Eagle (2011 film))'' (2011) * as Monte Carlo: '' Monte Carlo


Bournemouth

only a handful of units remained in traffic, namely nos. 3401 17 81 3516 20 36 76 and 3811. The final normal passenger service was operated on 26 May 2005 from London Waterloo (Waterloo station) to Bournemouth, using 4Vep 3536 sandwiched between 4Cig units (British Rail Class 421) 1396 and 1398. Following withdrawal most units were rapidly towed away for scrap. The "celebrity" blue unit, no. 3417, has been since been sold to the Bluebell Railway. death_date


Swansea

"Celebrity Mum of the Year".


Algiers

constraints, the physical needs of building occupants or the urban environment. He is critical of architects Josep Lluís Sert, Le Corbusier, Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind and Steven Holl. Silber, J. "Celebrity Architects" Letter to the editor, New York Times, December 22, 2007. One example cited by Silber is Le Corbusier's megalomaniacal 1930s plan for Algiers, which called


Memphis, Tennessee

, Shakopee, Minnesota. Dippin' Dots has sponsored the "Celebrity Grand Slam Paddle Jam" celebrity ping pong tournament in Hollywood, whose proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. "Dippin' Dots Presents Celebrity Grand Slam Paddle Jam to Benefit St Jude Children's


Seoul

Garrett's mother, Carolyn Stellar, who was battling Level 4 lung cancer, appeared in Episode 7, which was filmed during Family Day, when the recovering addicts were visited by their loved ones to discuss how their addiction affected their family relationship. 1975–1989 One of the first major operations in which the ships were involved was Operation Eagle Claw launched by USS ''Nimitz'' in 1980 after she had deployed to the Indian Ocean in response to the taking of hostages (Iran hostage crisis) in the U.S. embassy in Tehran. Although initially part of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet,


Hollywood

publisher realityblurred.com date 2010-12-11 The show follows the struggle of self-proclaimed "D-list" celebrity Kathy Griffin to climb the Hollywood ladder. This often includes scheming for publicity with staffers Jessica, Tiffany, and Tom. Her relationships with her parents and her now ex-husband have also been heavily featured. All six seasons of the program have been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program, with seasons 2 and 3

briar (briar wood)." Miles also highlights their previous Victoria and Albert Museum demonstration where 'The Chaps' lamented Whiteread’s ''Untitled (room 101)'' exhibit, insisting that it intruded upon the plaster cast room of nineteenth-century architecture. Miles, Barry (2010). London Calling: A Countercultural History of London Since 1945. Atlantic Books. ISBN 978-1-84354-613-9. For the past six years, Carter has hosted the "Waiting for Wishes&quot

; celebrity dinner and reception, where he and his teammates, along with Hollywood stars and musicians have come together to be the waiters and waitresses for dinner attendees. The annual dinner has generated thousands of dollars for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Kevin Carter Foundation. Carter was named the Community Man of the Year Award for three straight years by his Titans' teammates, and while he was with the Rams, he was named a United Way (United Way of America) African American Leadership Giver. Hollywood week The Hollywood rounds were held at the Orpheum Theatre (Orpheum Theatre (Los Angeles, California)) in Los Angeles. The first round consisted of solo performances with each contestant choosing a song out of the twelve available. 99 contestants made it to the next round for the group performances. Those who did not impress the judges were cut, and the remaining then performed a solo ''a cappella''. After this round, the contestants were separated into 4 groups, and 3 groups went though with 44 contestants chosen. In the Pasadena Civic Center, each were individually taken via elevator to the judges where the verdict if they would be chosen or not was announced. 20 were cut and the final 24, 12 men and 12 woman, selected. In 1995, Lebron made his Hollywood debut in "Assassins (Assassins (film))", with Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas. "Assassins" remains as Lebron's only Hollywood movie. Carter, after moving to Hollywood, appeared in over 30 films beginning in 1941 for 20th Century Fox, MGM, Columbia (Columbia Pictures), and RKO. She appeared in the films ''Night Editor'' (1946) and ''Framed (Framed (1947 film))'' (1947) with Glenn Ford and the ''Flying Leathernecks'' (1951) with John Wayne. With Elwes, Kennedy had three sons: film producer Cassian Elwes, artist Damian Elwes and actor Cary Elwes. With her second husband, Hollywood film producer Elliott Kastner (b. January 7, 1930), she has a son, Dillon, and a daughter, Milica. Later years Even though he would never regain the use of his right hand, Elwes taught himself to paint with his left surmounting his disability enough to become president of the Guild of Catholic Artists, and vice-president of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters from 1953 to 1957. In 1947, he visited Hollywood and painted a number of movie stars including Bert Lahr. He had become enough of a celebrity himself that in 1949, whilst bedridden in the South of France after suffering a stroke, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill told Lord Beaverbrook (Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook): Since ''Craps (Craps (After Hours))'' is known to have been recorded at The Redd Foxx Club in Hollywood this calls into question the assertion of this album’s own notes which state that it was recorded at P.J.’s in Los Angeles. Many of these tracks appear later on the 2005 compilation album ''Evolution Revolution: The Early Years (1966–1974)'' which does include detailed notes. According to the notes on ''Evolution Revolution (Evolution Revolution: The Early Years (1966–1974))'', the tracks on this album which also appear on ''Craps (Craps (After Hours))'' were recorded at The Redd Foxx Club in January 1971. Those notes from ''Evolution Revolution (Evolution Revolution: The Early Years (1966–1974))'', however, do not include any information concerning the dates or venues for the other tracks which appear on both ''Evolution Revolution (Evolution Revolution: The Early Years (1966–1974))'' and ''L.A. Jail''. Personnel Recorded December 20 - 22, 1967, in Hollywood, Los Angeles: *Sapori Ristorante (1987), Newport Beach, USA - Restaurant *Gordon Eckhard Production(1987), Hollywood, USA - Sound Studio *Coconat Grove Plaza(1986), Florida, USA - Shopping Centre Personnel Recorded February 7 – March 27, 1956, Hollywood, Los Angeles: Recorded June 15–October 27, 1957, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Personnel Recorded in five sessions from August 1, 1960 - July 14 1961 in Hollywood, Los Angeles: Her first contact in Hollywood was Robert Kane, who gave her a film test at United Studios. She performed in ''George White's Scandals'' with Joan Crawford and Anita Page for a popular series of MGM romantic dramas including ''Our Dancing Daughters'' (1928) and ''Our Blushing Brides'' (1930). Sebastian also appeared in 1929's ''Spite Marriage'', wherein she was cast opposite her then-lover Buster Keaton. In the late 1990s, Chan worked in Hollywood, directing ''The Love Letter (The Love Letter (1999 film))'', which starred Kate Capshaw, Ellen DeGeneres and Tom Selleck. Format CD single (Compact Disc single), digital download (music download), 12" single (12-inch single) Recorded 2003; O'Henry Sound Studios (Burbank, California) Record One (Ocean Way Recording) (Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California) The Record Plant (Record Plant Studios) (Hollywood, Los Angeles, California) Genre Pop rock, soul rock '''Four Star Television''', also called '''Four Star International''', was an American television production company. Founded in 1952 as '''Four Star Productions''' by prominent Hollywood actors Dick Powell, David Niven, Ida Lupino, and Charles Boyer, the company produced many well-known shows of the early days of television, including, ''Four Star Playhouse'' (their first series), ''Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater'', ''Stagecoach West (Stagecoach West (TV series))'', ''The June Allyson Show'' (aka ''The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson''), ''The Dick Powell Show'', ''Burke's Law'', ''The Rogues (The Rogues (TV series))'' and ''The Big Valley''. Despite each of its four stars sharing equal billing, it was Powell who played the biggest role in the growth of the company and its success in television. Within a few years of Four Star's formation, Powell became President of the company. In 1955 '''Four Star Films, Inc.''', was formed as an affiliate organization to produce shows as ''The Rifleman'', ''Trackdown'', ''Wanted: Dead or Alive (Wanted: Dead or Alive (TV series))'' ''Richard Diamond, Private Detective'' and ''The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor''. There were also failed series, like Jeannie Carson's ''Hey, Jeannie!'' In the late winter of 1958, both Four Star Productions and Four Star Films were merged into a newly formed Four Star Television, a holding company which became publicly traded on the American Stock Exchange on January 12, 1959. '''Diana Serra Cary''' (born October 26, 1918), best known as '''Baby Peggy''', was one of the three major American child stars of the Hollywood silent movie era along with Jackie Coogan and Baby Marie. Maté worked as cinematographer on Hollywood films from the mid-1930s, including ''Dodsworth (Dodsworth (film))'' (1936 (1936 in film)), the Laurel and Hardy feature ''Our Relations'' (1936) and ''Stella Dallas (Stella Dallas (1937 film))'' (1937 (1937 in film)). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography in five consecutive years, for ''Foreign Correspondent (Foreign Correspondent (film))'' (1940 (1940 in film)), ''That Hamilton Woman'' (1941 (1941 in film)), ''The Pride of the Yankees'' (1942 (1942 in film)), ''Sahara (Sahara (1943 American film))'' (1943 (1943 in film)), and ''Cover Girl (Cover Girl (film))'' (1944 (1944 in film)). birth_date


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017