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Alex Jolig(57)

Actor | Stuttgart, Germany

Alexander Jolig (born January 17, 1963), better known by his stage name Alex, is a German actor, singer and motorcycle racer. Once a housemate in Big Brother Germany reality show on RTL II, he became famous in Europe and also internationally with his hit songs Ich will nur dich and Willst du...?. The former reached #3 and stood there for 10 weeks in Germany, #5 for 9 weeks in Austria, and #15 for 7 weeks in Switzerland, but the latter was less successful and reached #46 for 3 weeks in German charts. Currently working at 9.91 radio with a book on the way "A Life In The Big Brother House". The release date is yet to be announced. He has a son with his ex-girlfriend. He has a spouse. Owned two local Hip Restaurants in Bonn which he handed over to his younger brother. He took part in March 2008 HyperMania in Dubai, UAE.

Wendy Carlos(80)

Actress | Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States

Wendy Carlos (born Walter Carlos; November 14, 1939) is an American musician and composer best known for her electronic music and film scores. Born and raised in Rhode Island, Carlos studied physics and music at Brown University before moving to New York City in 1962 to study music composition at Columbia University. Studying and working with various electronic musicians and technicians at the city's Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, she helped the development of the Moog synthesizer, the first commercially available keyboard instrument created by Robert Moog. Carlos came to prominence with Switched-On Bach (1968), an album of music by Johann Sebastian Bach performed on a Moog synthesizer, which helped popularize its use in the 1970s and won her three Grammy Awards. Its commercial success led to several more albums, including further synthesized classical music adaptations, and experimental and ambient music. She composed the score to two Stanley Kubrick films – A Clockwork Orange (1971) and The Shining (1980) – and also Tron (1982) for Walt Disney Productions. In 1979, Carlos was one of the first public figures to disclose having undergone sex reassignment surgery.

Diane Warren(63)

Actress | Van Nuys, California, USA

Diane Eve Warren (born September 7, 1956) is an American songwriter, musician and record producer. She rose to prominence in 1983, and has since written songs for and co-written songs with multiple singers, as well as for several films. Warren has written nine number-one songs and 32 top 10 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Additionally, two of the top 13 hits in the Hot 100's 57-year history were composed by her. Warren's career catapulted in the late 1980s shortly after joining forces with the UK music company EMI when Warren became the first songwriter in the history of Billboard magazine to have seven hits, all by different artists, on the singles chart at the same time prompting the UK's former Chairman of EMI Music Publishing Peter Reichardt to credit her as "the most important songwriter in the world". She has been rated the third most successful female artist in the UK. Warren has won a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, three consecutive Billboard Music Awards for Songwriter of the Year, and has been nominated for eleven Academy Awards. She has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her UK success saw her win an Ivor Novello Award from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors when she received the Special International Award in 2008. Warren owns a publishing company, Realsongs, which gives her control over her compositions.

Jill Scott(48)

Actress | philadelphia, PA, USA

Jill Scott (born April 4, 1972) is an American singer-songwriter, model, poet and actress. Her 2000 debut, Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1, went platinum, and the follow-ups Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2 (2004) and The Real Thing: Words and Sounds Vol. 3 (2007) both achieved gold status. She made her cinematic debut in the films Hounddog and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? in 2007. After a four-year hiatus from music, Scott released her fourth album, The Light of the Sun, in 2011. In 2014, she starred in the film Get On Up as the second wife of James Brown. She also appeared as the lead role in the BBC/HBO series The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency based on the novels of the same name by Alexander McCall Smith. In 2015, she released her fifth album, Woman.

Aaron Lohr(44)

Actor | Los Angeles - California - USA

Aaron Lohr (born April 7, 1976), former American actor and singer, is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Director of Avalon Malibu Residential Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Center.

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Dave Apollon(† 74)


Dave Apollon (born Denis Apollonov, Russian: Денис Аполлонов; February 23, 1898 – May 30, 1972) was an American mandolin player. Today Dave Apollon is regarded as one of the most innovative and influential mandolinists of the twentieth century, whose more notable recordings and performances include Two Guitars, Hora staccato by Grigoraș Dinicu and Zigeunerweisen aka "Gypsy Airs" by Pablo de Sarasate. His styles include Gypsy and various kinds of European folk music. He is also regarded as one of the first jazz mandolinists, with such memorable recordings as Who and St. Louis Blues.

Alfred Lewis Levitt(† 86)

Crew | Bronx, New York, USA

Alfred Lewis Levitt (June 3, 1916 – November 16, 2002) was an American film and television screenwriter. He attended New York University, and served in a camera unit of the United States Air Force during the Second World War. Following the war, Levitt was the screenwriter for such films as The Boy with Green Hair (1948), Mrs. Mike (1950), and The Barefoot Mailman (1951). In 1951 he was called before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) for his communist involvements, and was entered on the Hollywood blacklist. Following a screenwriting credit for Dream Wife (1953), he was unemployed as a screenwriter for about five years. Levitt and Pearl Helen Slote (December 6, 1916 - April 3, 1993) were married in 1938; they had two children. Helen Slote Levitt, as Slote was called after her marriage, was also blacklisted in 1951. After more than five years, the Levitts were employed again as screenwriters. They were credited as "Tom and Helen August". Their credits included many episodes of television shows such as Bewitched and The Bionic Woman and also the feature films The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964) and The Monkey's Uncle (1965). In 1971 they were nominated for a Writers Guild Award for an episode of the television program, All in the Family. Their last credit was for a 1979 episode of the program Diff'rent Strokes. The Levitts' experiences as blacklisted screenwriters have been described in several books about the Hollywood blacklist. Among the Levitts' activities during the early years of their blacklisting, and corresponding unemployment, was to participate in publishing the journal Hollywood Review. Hollywood Review has been characterized by Ceplair and Englund as, "...a critical review focusing on American films --more specifically on the increasing violence, sadism, hatred, bigotry, and glorification of brutality perpetrated on audiences by the entertainment industry." Nine issues of the journal were published between 1953 and 1956. In 1978, Levitt rejoined the Writers Guild of America. Starting in 1988, Levitt led an effort through the Writers' Guild to correct film credits from the blacklist era, in which it became common for the work of blacklisted writers to be uncredited, or credited using pseudonyms. The Writers' Guild maintains a listing of 24 films with revised writing credits on its website. In 1995, Alfred and Helen Levitt were honored with the Morgan Cox Award of the Writers Guild of America.

Jonas Hoff Oftebro(24)

Actor | Oslo, Norway

A Norwegian actor who has, among other things, played Kjell Jensen in two of the Olsen band jr. films. He has also voted for the TV comics SamSam and Sussi , and has been the presenter of the NRK Super series Gaven. In 2015, he made a guest appearance in the Norwegian series Next Summer on TVNorge , and the same year he also played the role of "Sondre" in the movie Bølgen. In the fall of 2016, Oftebro was present with the cinema film Børning 2 - On Ice where he played Charlie, son-in-law to the main character Roy. Oftebro is the son of the actors Anette Hoff and Nils Ole Oftebro and is half brother of the actors Jakob Oftebro and Elisabeth Oftebro .

Anna Panagiotopoulou(73)

Actress | Athens, Greece

Anna Panayiotopoulou (Greek: Άννα Παναγιωτοπούλου; born 30 July 1945) is a famous Greek actress that has starred in many series, films and theatrical plays. She became famous after starring in the Greek series Madame Sousou in 1986. A major hit of her career was starring as one of the three Haritou sisters, Olga, in the Greek hit series Oi Treis Harites during 1990-92. In 1993 she wrote and starred in the series Rosalia (with Eleni Gerasimidou). The series lasted only 1 season due to low ratings. In 1995, she starred in another successful series Ntoltse Vita as Christina Markatou. The series draw high ratings and lasted 2 seasons. Panayiotopoulou also enjoyed a successful film career, having appeared in several commercially and critically successful films such as Safe Sex (1999) and To Klama Vgike Apo ton Paradiso (Crying... Silicon Tears) (2001).

Carin da Silva(35)

Actress | Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden

Swedish singer and TV personality.

Known for: Bäst i test

Eva Bay(36)

Actress | Hamburg, West Germany

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Leonor Gonzales Mina(86)


Leonor Gonzalez Mina (born June 16, 1934 in Jamundí, Valle del Cauca) is a prominent Afro-Colombian musician and actress, known as "la Negra Grande de Colombia" ("The Great Black Woman of Colombia"). She is known for her work in several genres of Colombian music, including bolero, pasillo, bambuco, and especially cumbia. She is known for songs such as "Mi Buenaventura", "Navidad Negra", and "Yo Me Llamo Cumbia".

Gilles Kohler(71)

Actor | Vernon, France

Gilles Kohler is a French actor, born November 18, 1948 Former Model, Gilles Kohler started out in 1974 as the blonde angel Jean in Marcel Carné's La Merveilleuse visite. Two years later he plays Jean-Pierre, a lover between two women (Claude Jade in a dual role), in The Choice (1976). In the same year he is leading man alongside to Paola Tedesco in Amore grande, amore libero. David Hamilton commits the beautiful and handsome actor for the part of Pierre in Bilitis (1977) and he plays in other erotic films like in Just Jaeckin's Le Dernier Amant romantique. He is Jean-Paul Belmondos driver in Animal and Bernard Toublanc-Michel hired him for The Mutant. Since the 1980s, Gilles Kohler plays in American soap operas (General Hospital, Hart to Hart, Dallas, All My Children) and small parts in some American movies (Lethal Weapon with Mel Gibson).

Oriana Schrage(42)

Actress | Ashkelon, Israel

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Susanne Evers(50)

Actress | Dessau, Germany

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Ana del Rey(35)

Actress | Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain

Ana del Rey (born 6 April 1985), also known as Anita del Rey, is a Spanish television, film, and stage actress known for her roles in La pecera de Eva, El tiempo entre costuras, Muñecas, and Acacias 38.

Known for: Acacias 38

Silvia Šuvadová(47)

Actress | Ružomberok, Slovakia

Silvia Šuvadová (pronounced shuw-vah-daw-vah) (born 4 April 1973) is a Slovak actress. She was born in Ružomberok and studied at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. After finishing her studies she appeared in several theater plays. She worked as a presenter and played in TV ads and TV movies. In 2002 she moved to Los Angeles.

Clare Kilner


Clare Kilner is an English film director. She is best known for directing the films How to Deal (2003) and The Wedding Date (2005).

Al Bandiero(57)


Al Bandiero is an American film, radio personality, and television actor, known for playing Peter Evans in the television series Desire.

Known for: Rocky IV, Go for It!

David T. Bamberg(† 70)

Actor | Derby, England, UK

David Tobias "Theodore" Bamberg (aka Fu Manchu) (19 February 1904 – 19 August 1974) was an itinerant magician who traveled with his full evening magic show from the early to mid part of the 20th century. In Bamberg's autobiography, Robert Parrish wrote in the introduction that no other great illusionist could match Bamberg's skill. The Fu Manchu show was known for comedy, drama, and a plethora of color. Bamberg was the sixth and final member of the Bamberg Magical Dynasty. They were a Dutch family of conjurers whose magical lineage was passed from each of the first-born sons. His father was Tobias "Theo" Leendert Bamberg (Okito), son of David Tobias Bamberg (1843–1914). Okito was a headliner in European variety. He was a skilled mechanic and one of the most artistic magicians.

Kate Asner(53)


Kathryn "Kate" Asner is an American actress. She is the daughter of Nancy Lou (Sykes) and actor Edward Asner, and the sister of Matthew Asner. She has made guest appearances in popular shows such as Malcolm in the Middle, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Ally McBeal.

Maurice Murphy(† 65)


Maurice Murphy (October 3, 1913–November 23, 1978) was an American film actor. Initially a child actor, he graduated to playing older roles, often in action films. Early film appearances included in Stella Dallas and as the young Beau Geste in the 1926 film. In 1934 he played the title role in the Universal Pictures serial Tailspin Tommy. His brother Jack Murphy also became an actor.

Boris Shcherbakov(70)

Actor | Leningrad, USSR (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Boris Vasilevich Shcherbakov (Russian: Бори́с Васи́льевич Щербако́в; born 11 December 1949) is Soviet and Russian film and theater actor. People's Artist of Russian Federation (1994). Winner of USSR State Prize (1985).

Leonard Kastle(† 82)

Crew | New York City, New York, USA

Leonard Gregory Kastle (February 11, 1929 – May 18, 2011) was an American opera composer, librettist, and director, although he is best known as the writer/director of the 1969 film The Honeymoon Killers, his only venture into the cinema, for which he did all his own research. He was an adjunct member of the SUNY Albany music faculty. Following his high school education in Mount Vernon, New York, Kastle began his musical training at the Juilliard School of Music (1938–40). From 1940-42, he attended the Mannes School of Music and later studied composition at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia (1944–50), earning a B.A. in 1950. While at the Curtis Institute, he held scholarships in composition with Rosario Scalero, Gian-Carlo Menotti and Samuel Barber, and a piano scholarship with Isabelle Vengerova. He attended Columbia University from 1947 to 1950. In 1956, Kastle composed a thirteen-minute "made-to-measure" opera, titled The Swing, for two singers, a speaking part, and piano accompaniment. It was commissioned by and broadcast on the NBC television network on Sunday, June 10, 1956, at noon. He also wrote The Pariahs, about the sinking of the whaler Essex, a trilogy of operas about the Shakers known under the collective title The Passion of Mother Ann: A Sacred Festival Play, a children's opera called Professor Lookalike and the Children, a piano concerto, sonatas for piano and violin, and three unproduced screenplays, Wedding at Cana, Change of Heart, and Shakespeare's Dog. In a 2003 interview for the Criterion Collection, he said that no producer wanted Wedding at Cana, just another Honeymoon Killers, which he did not want to do. After The Honeymoon Killers, Kastle returned to teaching and composing. After the Criterion release of the film, he was rediscovered by a new generation of cult film enthusiasts and occasionally attended film-related events such as the Ed Wood Film Festival in 2007, where he served on the panel of judges Kastle died May 18, 2011, at his home in Westerlo, New York, at the age of 82.

Nina Ivanišin(35)

Actress | Maribor, Slovenia

Nina Ivanišin is a Slovenian film and theatre actress. She was born in 1985 in Maribor, Slovenia. She graduated from Ljubljana Film and Theatre Academy (AGRFT). Ivanišin has starred in several Slovenian and foreign movies and is a member of Ljubljana Slovene National Theatre Drama. She has won several awards vor her performances, including best actress at the Slovenia Film Festival (2010, for Piran-Pirano), and at the Girona Film Festival (2012, for Slovenian Girl). In 2017, she appeared in 5 episodes of the TV series "V Dvoje". She is married to Klemen Janežič.

William 'Billy' Costello(† 73)

Actor | Rhode Island, USA

William Arnold Costello (February 2, 1898 – October 9, 1971), commonly known as "Red Pepper Sam," was an American live and voice actor, and the original voice of Popeye the Sailor in animated cartoons.

Alf Joint(† 77)

Actor | Hertfordshire, England, UK

Alfred Charles Richard Joint (22 September 1927 – 25 July 2005) was a British film and television stunt performer, stunt coordinator and arranger. He was notable for his contributions in numerous films over a 30-year period including: The Heroes of Telemark (1965), Kelly's Heroes (1970), The Omen (1976), A Bridge too Far (1977), Superman (1978), Superman II (1980), Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987), Return of the Jedi (1983) and the Bond films Goldfinger (1964) and On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). He also had small acting roles in some films including two Michael Reeves films, The Sorcerers (1967) and Witchfinder General (1968). As a stuntman he specialised in high falls and fight scenes. He doubled for Sean Connery in the film Goldfinger and for Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood in Where Eagles Dare (1968). Memorable appearances include his fight with Connery as the Mexican thug Capungo in Goldfinger. The fight ends with the character's electrocution in a bath when a sunlamp is thrown in by Bond, followed by his famous quip "Shocking…Positively shocking". Joint also took part in the fight scene on the top of a cable car in Where Eagles Dare and performed a jump from one cable car to another doubling for Richard Burton. On television he appeared in Doctor Who, Dick Turpin, Return to Treasure Island, Danger Man, The Prisoner, The Avengers, Space: 1999, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, (for which he plunged 430 ft into the Reichenbach Falls doubling for Eric Porter) and London's Burning. He also performed a memorable stunt for a Cadbury Milk Tray television commercial in which the hero was seen diving off a cliff into the sea. Joint was a mentor to younger stuntmen such as Vic Armstrong and the late Rod Woodruff (d.2011). He retired in 1995 and died in 2005 of cancer aged 77.

Cornelia Travnicek(33)


Cornelia Travnicek (born 1987 in St. Pölten, Lower Austria) is an Austrian writer who has published several books and stories.

Known for: Chucks

Danielle Miller(31)


Danielle Miller (born October 2, 1988) is a Canadian actress. She was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is best known for her work on Take This Waltz (2011), Childstar (2004) and Céline (2008). The biggest role she has had so far is that of Sage in Dark Oracle series.

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