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.
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
Christian Jean-Marie Clavier, whom domestic viewers know more as Christian Clavier, was born in May 1952 in Paris. His parents were not people of art and worked in a bank. Christian himself was not particularly interested in art – he was more interested in politics. Therefore, after finishing elementary school, he went to Neuilly-sur-Seine, a commune on the western outskirts of Paris, where he entered the prestigious Lyceum of Louis Pasteur.
After graduating from the Lyceum, where Christian Clavier was carried away by political science and communist ideas (he even joined the ranks of the local Communist Party), the young man went on to study further. He chose the Paris Institute of Politics and was about to become a political scientist. Continue reading
Alain Delon is a sex symbol and a model of male beauty of the 60s – 80s of the last century, a French theater and film actor, as well as a director, producer and screenwriter. Alain Delon received the César French Cinematography Award and was admitted to the Legion of Honor officers.
Alain Fabienne Maurice Marcel Delon was born in the small town of Co, which is a suburb of Paris, but spent his childhood in another small town – Bourg-la-Ren. The father of the future actor, Fabien Delon, was the owner of his own movie theater. Her mother, Edith Arnold, was a pharmacist, but worked as a ticket agent in a family business. When Alain was 3 years old, the boy’s parents separated.
A year later, Edith remarries the owner of the popular butcher shop in the city, Paul Boulogne. As in the first marriage, the mother began to help her husband at work, and she had absolutely no time for her son. Continue reading