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Who is Lauren Nicole London?

Who is Lauren Nicole London? The entertainment and acting world knows Lauren London as an American film and television actress, model, and occasional music video actress. Beginning her career in music videos and later transitioning into film and television, London earned recognition for her performances in the film ATL as well as the television shows 90210 and Entourage. Along with her acting career, London is also a spokesmodel for the Sean John women’s collection.

Early life

London was born December 5, 1984 in Los Angeles to an African American mother and a caucasian Jewish father.[1][2] After attending Palisades High School, Lauren was home schooled, giving her time to audition for films, music videos and commercials.

Career

London had made appearances in music videos by artists such as Tyrese, Ludacris, Pharrell, and Snoop Dogg.[3] Her breakout year came in 2006, where she made her television debut in the “Everybody Hates Funerals” episode of the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris.[3] That same year, London landed her first film role as well, playing hip hop artist T.I.‘s romantic lead in the film ATL. For her work, London was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the year’s Black Movie Awards.[4] In 2007, London landed a role on the HBO comedy series Entourage, playing the character Turtle’s (Jerry Ferrara) love interest.[5] Later, based on her performance in ATL, London was given her role in 2007’s This Christmas without having to audition.[3] London, along with pop/R&B singers Cassie and Asia Nitollano, became one of the spokesmodels for the Sean John women’s collection in 2007 as well.[6] In 2008, London landed the role of the character Christina in the first season of the show 90210,[7] originally thought to be a possible romantic interest of Tristan Wilds‘ character Dixon Wilson. London’s next film role was the character Ivy in the 2009 release Next Day Air.[8][9] The same year, she played the character Cammy Alcott in the Chris Columbus film I Love You Beth Cooper.[10] London has appeared on the cover of such magazines as Jewel and King as well.[11][12]
London returned to films since the birth of her son. She appeared in Tyler Perry‘s new movie Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family, which was released on April 22, 2011. She played Renee, Bow Wow’s character’s girlfriend.

Personal life

London gave birth to her first son, Lennox Samuel Ari, was born on September 9, 2009[13] whose father is rapper Lil Wayne. The two had previously been romantically linked and engaged in 2007.
She is close friends with Khloe Kardashian and fellow Sean John model Cassie.

Filmography

Year↓ Title↓ Role↓
2006 ATL Erin “Nu Nu” Garnett
2007 This Christmas Melanie ‘Mel’ Whitfield
2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper Cameron “Cammy” Alcott
2009 Next Day Air Ivy
2009 Good Hair herself
2011 Madea’s Big Happy Family Renee

Television appearances

In her acting career, London has performed in relatively small roles in episodes for a number of television shows. This list includes appearances in various episodes of shows, while excluding appearances as herself on talk shows, interview shows, ceremonies, and the like.She currently played in the TV Show “Single Ladies”

Year↓ Title↓ Role↓ Notes
2006 Everybody Hates Chris Monay 1 episode
2007 Entourage Kelly 2 episodes
2008–2009 90210 Christina Worthy BlingestBash 2 (MTV) 3 episodes
2009 Keeping Up with the Kardashians Herself 1 episode
2011 Single Ladies (TV series) Shelley 1 episode

Music videos

Year↓ Title↓ Artist↓
2002 From tha Chuuuch to da Palace Snoop Dogg feat. Pharrell
Frontin Pharrell
“Signs of Love Makin'” Tyrese
2003 Stand Up Ludacris feat. Shawnna
2004 Drop It Like It’s Hot Snoop Dogg feat. Pharrell
2006 That Girl Pharrell feat. Charlie Wilson and Snoop Dogg
2006 What You Know T.I.
2007 Drivin’ Me Wild Common feat. Lily Allen
2008 Miss Independent Ne-Yo

Awards and nominations

Year Organization Award Film Result
2006 Black Movie Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role ATL Nominated

 

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Who is Kendall Nicole Jenner ?

Who is Kendall Nicole Jenner? The entertainment and acting world knows Kendal Jenner as a commercial model and TV personality who is featured on the E! reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Modeling career

Jenner was born November 3, 1995 in L.A . She signed with Wilhelmina Models in 2010. She was featured in 2011 Winter/Spring issue of “TeenProm” and she had a photoshoot for designer Marc Clark’s Spring/Summer 2011 Lookbook. In 2010 she appeared in One Call’s music video, Blacklight. As of 2011, she has modeled for the Sherri Hill dress line, which specializes in dresses for proms and pageants.[1]

Personal life

Jenner is the eldest daughter of Bruce Jenner and Kris Jenner. She has a younger sister, Kylie Jenner. Through her mother, she has three older half-sisters, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, and Khloé Kardashian, and one older half-brother, Rob Kardashian. Through her father, she has three older half-brothers, Burton Jenner, Brandon Jenner, and Brody Jenner, and a half-sister, Casey Jenner. .

Filmography

 

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Who is Kellan Christopher Lutz?

Who is Kellan Christopher Lutz? The entertainment and acting world knows Kellan Lutz as an American fashion model, and film and television actor, who is best known for playing Emmett Cullen in the Twilight series.

Early life

Lutz is the middle child of one sister and six brothers. He was born March 15, 1985 in Dickinson, North Dakota, and was raised throughout North Dakota, the Midwest, and Arizona. After graduating from high school he moved to California to attend Chapman University for chemical engineering, but later decided to pursue an acting career instead.[1]

Career

Lutz has acted on a number of television shows. He had recurring roles on Model Citizens and The Comeback, and smaller roles in episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful, CSI: NY, Summerland, Six Feet Under, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Heroes. He was also in the films Stick It, Accepted, and Prom Night. Additionally, Lutz has performed on the California stage and was the host of Bravo‘s Blow Out. He also appeared in the 2006 commercial for Hilary Duff‘s fragrance With Love… Hilary Duff, and in the 2007 music video for her single, “With Love“.[2] In 2008 he appeared in another music video, Hinder‘s “Without You“.[3] In the same year, Lutz also appeared in the miniseries Generation Kill, based on the book by Evan Wright.
Lutz played Emmett Cullen in the film adaptation of the book Twilight by Stephenie Meyer and reprised his role for the sequel, released in November 2009.[4][5] He also appeared as George Evans in the 90210 spinoff on The CW.[6] Lutz will be reuniting with his Twilight co-star and close friend, Ashley Greene, in the film Warrior.[7] Lutz also appeared in A Nightmare on Elm Street as Dean, “a well-liked, well-off high school jock”, in April 2010,[8] and as Poseidon in Dawn of War.[9] Lutz is one of the candidates for the lead role in the upcoming film Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.[10] He was considered for the lead role in Conan the Barbarian but eventually lost out to Jason Momoa.[11]
Lutz is currently signed with Ford Models.[12] He is one of the models featured in the 2010 Calvin Klein X underwear campaign.[13]

Personal life

In Lutz’s free time, he likes to take part in extreme skateboarding, weight training, track, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, swimming, tennis, racquetball, badminton, snow skiing, snowboarding, dance, and numerous other activities.[14] He also has a passion for horror films, and prefers to perform his own stunts when making films.[15]
Lutz supports animal charity PETA and stars in a video supporting the adoption of animals instead of buying them.[16]
Lutz is also a supporter of rebuilding efforts in New Orleans, in particular with St. Bernard Project.[17]

Filmography

Films

Year↓ Title↓ Role↓ Notes
2006 Stick It Frank
2006 Accepted Dwayne
2007 Ghosts of Goldfield Chad Direct-to-video
2008 Prom Night Rick Leland
2008 Deep Winter Mark Rider
2008 Twilight Emmett Cullen
2009 The Forgotten Ones Jake Direct-to-video
2009 The Twilight Saga: New Moon Emmett Cullen Teen Choice Award for Scene Stealer – Male[citation needed]
2010 Meskada Eddie Arlinger
2010 A Nightmare on Elm Street Dean Russel Cameo
2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Emmett Cullen
2010 Love, Wedding, Marriage Charlie
2011 Arena (2011 film) David Lord post-production
2011 A Warrior’s Heart Conor Sullivan post-production
2011 Immortals Poseidon post-production
2011 Guardians of Luna Carson Stone filming
2011 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Emmett Cullen post-production
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Emmett Cullen post-production

Television

Year↓ Title↓ Role↓ Notes
2004 Model Citizens himself
2004 The Bold and the Beautiful Rob Episode #1.4409
2005 CSI: NY Alex Hopper Episode: “Tri-Borough
2005 Six Feet Under Critter Episode: “Hold My Hand
2005 Summerland Fordie Episodes: “Safe House“; “The Space Between Us
2005 The Comeback Chris MacNess 13 episodes
2007 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Chris Mullins Empty Eyes
2007 Heroes Andy Five Years Gone
2008 Generation Kill Cpl Jason Lilley Miniseries
2008–2009 90210 George Evans 6 episodes
2009 Valley Peaks Kyle McBride Episodes: “Welcome to the VP”; “Motorcycle Free or Die Hard”    

 

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Yoshinobu Nishizaki Japanese anime producer (Space Battleship Yamato), died when he fell from boat. he was Yoshinobu Nishizaki, Japanese anime producer (Space Battleship Yamato),died when he fall from the boat he was , 75

 Yoshinobu Nishizaki  was a Japanese film producer best known as one of the two co-creators of the anime series Space Battleship Yamato died when he  fall from the boat he was , 75 .[2][3][4][5] He was sometimes credited as Yoshinori Nishizaki. He was born in 1934 and graduated from the Nihon University Art Department.

(18 December 1934 – 7 November 2010)

Life and work

Nishizaki produced the classic Space Battleship Yamato franchise in 1974 with its initial television run. In 1994, he designed a short-lived follow-on series, Yamato 2520. Nishizaki was later sued by the other Yamato co-creator, Leiji Matsumoto, for breach of copyright.[6][7]
Nishizaki’s new Space Battleship Yamato anime film was released December 12, 2009.[8][9] [10] [11] There is also a live action film set to premiere in December 2010.

Legal troubles

On December 2, 1997, police stopped his car on the Tōmei Expressway in Shizuoka after he was driving suspiciously. He was arrested when police found inside his attache case 50g of stimulants, 7g of morphine, 9g of marijuana. While on bail he went to the Philippines on his English-registered cruiser the Ocean Nine; he returned to smuggle in an M16 with M203 grenade launcher, a Glock 17, and a large amount of ammunition.[12] January 21, 1999, Nishizaki was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison for the narcotics possession charge.
Later on February 1, 1999, he was arrested after a handgun, 131 bullets and 20 grams of stimulant drugs were seized from his house in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo. Nishizaki, voluntarily submitted two automatic rifles, 1,800 bullets, and 30 howitzer shells kept in a station wagon in his garage, police said. Police said that Nishizaki had hidden an Austrian handgun loaded with three bullets under a zaisu chair in a study. Nishizaki told police that he had bought the handgun in Hong Kong 10 years earlier.[13][14][15] On February 20, 2003, he was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison for the possessing firearms charge.[16] He was released from prison on December 9, 2007.

Death

Nishizaki drowned on 7 November 2010 at Chichijima, Ogasawara, when he suffered an apparent heart attack[17] after falling off the research steamboat Yamato.[18]

Filmography

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Robert Lipshutz, American politician, White House Counsel (1977–1979) died due to a pulmonary embolism he was , 88

Robert Jerome Lipshutz  was an American attorney who served first as the national campaign treasurer for Jimmy Carter‘s successful 1976 run for the United States Presidency and then as the White House Counsel from 1977 to 1979 during Carter’s administration  died due to a pulmonary embolism he was , 88. He played a back channel role in the negotiations between Egypt and Israel that led to the signing of the Camp David Accords in 1978.

(December 27, 1921 – November 6, 2010)

Lipshutz was born on December 27, 1921, in Atlanta and attended Boys High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from theUniversity of Georgia and was awarded a law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1943.[1] He served in the United States Army during World War II and worked as a lawyer in Atlanta after completing his military service, opening a law office in 1947.[2]
Lipshutz first met Carter in 1966 when he was running an ultimately unsuccessful bid in the Democratic Party primary against Lester Maddox. When Carter ran for governor in 1970 and won the race, he named Lipshutz to serve on the state’s Board of Human Resources. He served as Carter’s campaign treasurer during the 1976 Presidential Election and was named as White House Counsel after Carter took office, part of the “Georgia Mafia” that followed Carter into his administration.[2]
As White House counsel, Lipshutz advised the president to commute the sentence of G. Gordon Liddy, convicted as part of the Watergate scandal, an act that was described as being “in the interest of equity and fairness”. He also lobbied on behalf of naming a greater proportion of minorities to positions as judges and in the executive branch. Lipshutz drafted a revised policy regarding affirmative action that was ultimately accepted by the Supreme Court of the United States in its decision in the case Regents of the University of California v. Bakkeregarding a race-based admission policy at the UC Davis School of Medicine that the plaintiff claimed cost him a spot at the school in which the court ruled that racial quotas were unacceptable, but that affirmative action was allowed.[2]
During the negotiations between President of Egypt Anwar El Sadat and Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin at Camp David, Lipshutz provided input from leaders of major Jewish organizations regarding the peace process. In a statement issued by the former president, Carter said that Lipshutz’s “insights played a key role in many White House initiatives and decisions” at Camp David and at other points during his presidency, including his part in the drafting of the presidential order that led to the creation of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.[2] After leaving the White House in October 1979, he was replaced by Lloyd Cutler.[3]
Lipshutz served as a trustee of the Atlanta Jewish Federation and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, as well as of the Carter Center established by the former president.[1]
A resident of Atlanta, he died at the Atlanta Hospice at the age of 88 on November 6, 2010, due to a pulmonary embolism. He was survived by his second wife, Betty Beck, as well as by three daughters and a son from his first marriage, two stepchildren and nine great-grandchildren. His first wife had died in 1970.[2]

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Siddhartha Shankar Ray, Indian politician, Chief Minister of West Bengal (1972–1977), Governor of Punjab (1986–1989), died of renal failure.he was , 90

Siddhartha Shankar Ray  was an Indian politician belonging to the Indian National Congress died of renal failure.he was , 90. He was a prominent barrister, Punjab Governor and Education minister of India.[1][2][3] He was also the ambassador of India to the United States of America[4][5] and served as the Chief Minister of West Bengal from 1972 to 1977.[6]

(20 October 1920 – 6 November 2010) 

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Ray’s father, Sudhir Kumar Ray, was a well known barrister of Calcutta High Court and mother Aparna Devi, was the eldest daughter of the nationalist leader ‘Deshbandhu’ Chittaranjan Dasand Basanti Devi. His younger sister is Justice Manjula Bose, one of the first two women judges of the Calcutta High Court. Ray was married to Maya Ray, who grew up in England, who was once referred to as “a noted barrister and former elected official” by Thomas J. Manton, a now deceased member of the United States House of Representatives.
Ray was educated at Presidency College, Calcutta, and then was called to the Bar in England. While in college, he was Captain the Presidency College cricket team. He was a university triple blue in sports.
Ray died on 6 November 2010 at the age of 90 from renal failure.[7] He is survived by his wife Maya.
Ray started his career as a barrister in the Calcutta High Court. Later, helped by Ashoke Kumar Sen, he started his political career as the Cabinet Minister of Judicial Affairs in Bidhan Chandra Ray‘s cabinet in West Bengal. Later, through the 1960s he rose rapidly in Indian national level politics in Delhi to became the Union Cabinet Minister of Education & Youth Services for the Government of India.
After the Congress won the General Election of 1972, he became the Chief Minister of West Bengal from March 19, 1972 to June 21, 1977. He took office shortly after the Bangladesh Liberation War, and his administration was faced with the massive problem of resettling over a million refugees in various parts of the state. The civic services of Calcutta in particular found rehabilitation of the Bangladeshi refugees to be an uphill task, but the state government, under Ray’s guidance, performed this task with much credit.
Later, he had the distinction of serving as the Governor of Punjab from April 2, 1986 to December 8, 1989. When the Congress came back to power once again in Delhi in 1991, Ray was sent as India’s Ambassador to the United States. He remained in the USA from 1992 to 1996. His tenure in Washington was widely considered to be very successful.

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