Adriano Celentano is a popular Italian actor, singer, showman and just a favorite of the public. “Man on the Springs”, a native of the people, who today has great authority among fans. The pioneer of Italian rock and roll, the performer of the first rap composition, the owner of the first independent recording studio in the world, the creator of the first Italian video clip, he is able to influence the minds of his compatriots, speaking out against controversial political and economic initiatives.
Childhood and youth
Adriano Celentano was born in Milan on January 6, 1938, on the day of Befana, on the feast of jokes and practical jokes. Continue reading
Popular French comedian starring in more than 160 films.
Fernand Joseph Desiree Contanden (real name Fernandel) was born May 8, 1903 in Marseille, in the family of a pharmacist.
The Contanden family supported the son’s desire for the stage and at the age of five he made his debut at the Marseille Chav Theater in melodramas and pastorals.
The idol of Fernand was the then-famous couplet singer, Polen. Seeing his performance, Fernand was determined to become a comedian. Two days later, having learned Polen’s repertoire, he tested it in one of the cafes. Steamy couplets on the lips of a ten-year-old boy delighted the not too picky audience of Marseille cafes and cabarets. This was the first success. The fame of little Cine went beyond the boundaries of their native Shav Boulevard. Then Fernand took part in the competition of chansonnier-lovers, held by a Paris newspaper, and took second place. Continue reading
Jean-Paul Belmondo is a famous French actor who created the image of a young rebel with an irresistible smile and in the 60-70s earned the title of one of the most beloved film actors of European youth. Subsequently, he played witty roles in criminal action films and comedies. The most famous films of Jean-Paul Belmondo are “In the Breath”, “Professional”, “7 Days, 7 Nights” and “The Man from Rio”.
Jean-Paul was born in the town of Neuilly-sur-Seine, which borders the Bois de Boulogne. Parents belonged to the creative elite: father Paul Belmondo was a sculptor, and mother Sarah Raynaud-Richard was engaged in painting. Brother Alain and sister Muriel, like Jean-Paul, connected their lives with cinema, becoming a producer and actress. If not for World War II, the Belmondo family would probably have lived a luxurious life. But occupation and deprivation pushed them almost into poverty. Continue reading