ANATOLIY PAPANOV
Biography Looking at those comedic images in which the actor appeared on the screen, it was impossible to guess so that Anatoly Dmitrievich Papanov was a man with a difficult…

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Jamel Debbuz
Biography The creative biography of Jamel Debbuz seems to consist of ups and downs alone. Participation in the first French improvisation championship led to the final, at the age of…

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MIKE MYERS
Biography Actor Mike Myers gained world fame after entering the big screens of the Austin Powers trilogy. A purposeful man in his childhood dreamed of becoming a doctor, but fate…

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Lyubov Orlova

Biography
The future icon of Soviet cinema Lyubov Petrovna Orlova was born in 1902 in a family of nobles. Her father, who served in the military, had several awards from the sovereign. Evgenia Sukhotina, mother Orlova, came from an old family of a nobleman, a member of the State Council and cavalry general Nikolai Sukhotin, who served as the head of the Nikolaev Military Academy and was related to the writer and Count Leo Tolstoy. Lyubov Orlova kept the work of Tolstoy, “The Caucasian Captive.” The book was signed and donated by little Orlova by the writer herself.

A frequent guest at the Orlovs’ house in Zvenigorod near Moscow was Fedor Chaliapin. Once, when he saw a home performance with the participation of the younger Orlova, he prophesied real acting fame for the girl, advising his relatives to develop the talent of the young actress in a theater studio. Continue reading

Joseph Wisdom

Sir Norman Joseph Wizdom (born Sir Norman Joseph Wisdom, February 4, 1915, London – October 4, 2010, Isle of Man) is an English comedian. Also known as a composer, producer and screenwriter.

Biography

Born February 4, 1915. His father was a cockney taxi driver. The father was a drunkard-brawler, divorcing, in 1924 drove his nine-year-old son into the street. Norman wandered, lived with his guardians for a while. Then he was hired as a servant to the captain of a merchant ship. He worked as a porter and a miner. In 1930 (at age 15), the hussar became a drummer in the Tenth Royal Regiment. Together with the regiment he was in India. In India, learned to play the trumpet and clarinet. At the same time, he became the champion of the Indian contingent of the British army in boxing in feather weight. Continue reading

Jean Rochefort

Born Jean Raul Robert, he was born in 1930 in Paris into a Breton family. He studied at the Nantes Conservatory, and then at the Drama Center and the Higher National Conservatory of Dramatic Art. His classmates were Claude Risch, Jean-Pierre Mariel and Jean-Paul Belmondo.

On the theatrical stage, Rochefort – since 1949. He worked in many theaters, including the troupe of the National Folk Theater. The actor’s film debut took place in 1958.

Rochefort became a famous actor in 1962 – after the movie of Philippe de Brock “Cartouche”. And Rochefort developed this success in 1965, playing in the next picture of de Brock, “The misfortunes of the Chinese in China.” Continue reading

MIKE MYERS
Biography Actor Mike Myers gained world fame after entering the big screens of the Austin Powers trilogy. A purposeful man in his childhood dreamed of becoming a doctor, but fate…

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Jean Marais
French actor, director, writer, artist, sculptor, stunt performer. His real name is Jean Alfred Villain-Marais, but since he is “bad” in French, he removed it from his name. Born on…

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Eddie Murphy
Eddie Murphy is a cult American comedian whose finest hour fell on the 80s. Paintings such as 48 Hours, Beverly Hills Policeman, Trip to America, Swap, Dr. Dolittle and many…

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Anna Kay Faris
Biography The Hollywood actress Anna Kay Faris, known to the audience under the abbreviated name Anna Faris, became famous all over the world after the comedy parody of the horror…

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