Lucille Ball was born in Jamestown, New York, on 6 August 1911, and she will be remembered as the lovable, crazy, and accident-susceptible Lucy Rigardo, as presented in her television show. Lucille’s father died in 1915, when she was barely four years old, after he contracted typhoid fever (Peter). Henceforth, her mother took several jobs and was always busy, and Lucille and her brother had to be brought up by their grandparents. Lucille joined a drama school in New York and later found a modelling job where she worked for Hattie Carnegie. In 1933, she was selected to become a “Goldwyn Gal” and appeared in the movie “Roman Scandals” in the same year (Peter).
Josephine Baker was born Freda Josephine McDonald on June 3, 1906, in St. Louis, Missouri. Her mother, Carrie McDonald, hoped to be a music hall dancer but was forced to be a washerwoman. Her father, Eddie Carson, was a vaudeville drummer. He left Josephine Baker and Carrie McDonald shortly after birth. Carrie McDonald had 3 more children
These two women show us how Hollywood treated black and white passing actresses. Hollywood sees Gloria as their latest star and dubs her as “America’s little sweetie pie”. She is given the leading lady role in almost all the new films and when she 's older she can still get work in acting. She is most famously known playing Marie in The Belle of New Orleans and much later on she is honored with the United Motion Pictures Medal of Honor. She is adored and successful even when it is hinted that she is not fully white.
Lucille Ball wanted to change the roles that women had in society and she showed this in different ways in her television shows. She was one of the most famous actress to alter the Hollywood industry. After trying to be noticed in Hollywood for many years she was finally noticed by a poster of her during her modeling career. When she was noticed Ball worked in Hollywood for 50 years on different shows and producing them. Before all the fame Ball was told that she lacked the talent needed.
Qui est-ce Brigitte Bardot Fact One Brigitte Anne– Marie Bardot was born on September 28, 1934 (age 81), in Paris Fact Two Brigitte Bardot is a French dancer, model and actress who was once an international icon in the 1950’s and 50’s with films And God Created Women and Contempt Fact Three Brigitte Bardot is a Breast Cancer survivor Fact Four Brigitte Bardot retired as an actress when she was 39 and then became a full time animal activist Audrey Tautou Fact One Audrey Tautou was born in France on 9th August, 1976. Fact Two Audrey acted for the first time on television when she was 18 and when she turned 19 she landed a role in the hit movie “Venus Beauty Institute, ” for which she won the Cesar award for most promising actress. Fact Three As a child Audrey was interested in becoming an actor and made great efforts to learn acting from an early age. Fact Four Over the years, she has also been very successful in the world of modeling appearing as the face of global brands like “Marie Claire” and “Vogie”. Vanessa Paradis Fact One Paradis dropped out of high school when she was just 16 years old.
When Lucy is six months old her mother Issy travels to Los Angeles to fulfill her dreams as an actress. One day the fate is coming for Gerard. He meets his old love Laurel after eight years ago. Gerard is not like all other men. Gerard is one parent because Issy traveled to Los Angeles.
Gone with the Wind won ten awards out of thirteen nominations. Simply being one of the main characters in the film was a dream come true for Olivia. Incidentally, her younger sister Joan Fontaine was asked to audition for the role of Melanie Hamilton, but recommended her sister, Olivia de Havilland, for the role so she could audition
Elizabeth Anne Bloomer, commonly known as Betty Ford, was born in 1918 in the city of Chicago. Her family had ties in Grand Rapids, Michigan so they moved there. Betty wanted to be a dancer at a young age so when she was eight years old, she attended the Calla Travis Dance Studio. She was so proficient at dancing, she had her own dancing school while she was still attending high school. At the age of 16, her father died from carbon monoxide poisoning; this left her mother to support the family.
ABOUT ALIA BHATT Alia Bhatt is an amazing mix of sugar, spice and all that is right. She first appeared on the screen in 1999 as a child artist in the movie ‘Sangharsh’. She made her debut as an adult with the movie ‘Student of the Year’ and immediately shot to fame as a cute, young and vibrant actress. However, she did not stop there or let it define the precincts of her acting. She moved forward in her career with the next movie ‘Highway’ where she portrayed a girl who develops the Stockholm syndrome which won her the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress, thus defying the industry’s views that she could not perform acting and was just an ‘eye-candy’.
His last film credit was in 2011 when he played Jensen in the post-apocalyptic horror flick Steve Niles' Remains. 10 Poltergeist- Heather O'Rourke Steven Spielberg discovered Heath O’Rourke while she was visiting MGM’s studios with her family and cast her as Carol Anne Freeling in his 1982 horror film Poltergeist. Before her movie role her family had been struggling financially and living in a trailer park but her success helped them all improve their lives and buy a new home. She’s remembered for having the film’s most reconizable line “They’re here!” Heather reprised her role as Carol Anne for the second and third installment of the movie franchise and also had a recurring role on the show Happy Days. Sadly this fledging actress never got to live to her full potential.