Jennifer Aniston is an American film actress, the owner of a personalized star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Participation in the rating youth series “Friends” allowed her to get into full-length American projects, such as “American Divorce”, “To promise is not to marry”, “Bounty Hunter” and others.
Childhood and youth
Jennifer Aniston was born on February 11, 1969 in Sherman Oaks, California. Jennifer’s father, Greek by nationality Yannis Anastassakis, having started his career on television, changed his name to John Aniston. Mother – a little-known actress Nancy Dow, at one time moonlighted as an assistant to Rock Hudson. The godfather of Jennifer Aniston was the father’s best friend, a well-known former television actor Telli Savalas. Continue reading
Louis de Funes is a French actor, film director and screenwriter. The greatest French comedian of the twentieth century, personifying on the screen cunning, hysteria, foolishness and greed.
Louis Germain David de Funes de Galares, whom viewers know as the greatest comedian of world cinema under the name Louis de Funes, was born July 31, 1914 in one of the communes of the French department of Hautes-de-Seine, which is 8 kilometers from Paris. The parents of the future actor in 1904 moved to France from Seville, because their relatives opposed this union. Carlos Luis de Galarza is the father of Louis. It is known that Carlos received the profession of a lawyer, but, having left Spain, he had to master a new profession – a diamond cutter. 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