Harry Belafonte …a performer so famous for his music, Harry Belafonte also had a long and successful acting career. Beginning his training at the Dramatic Workshop of the New School of Social Research, Belafonte studied under renowned German director, Erwin Piscator and counted Marlon Brando, Walter Matthau, Bea Arthur, Rod Steiger and Tony Curtis as classmates. In 1953 Belafonte made his film debut, co-staring with Dorothy Dandridge in Bright Road and the following year in his first Broadway musical, he won the 1954 best featured actor Tony award for John Murray Anderson’s Almanac. This was the start to a long and varied film and stage career as actor, producer, composer and lyricist. – – see The Trailer
What is up with this Face Job? Some celebrities really need to leave ‘the Knife’, ALONE. Hollywood has got the whole world thinking that ‘Plastic Surgery‘ is really a self-esteem issue. This is just an excuse to convince oneself that “there NOT really vein, in spite of the cars, the houses and the wardrobe”. It All BS! Handing a Surgeon $10,000 bucks to slice & dice your face is just plain old, Crazy and most times, NOT VERY PRETTY. Carving one’s face into a oblivion simply means you’ve run out of things to do in your Life and You need a Hobby. This has nothing to do with a persons insecurities. It merely means that this person has developed a narcissistic way of solving their personal issues .
Please people, understand that “…you cannot improve on what you look like with a knife. Knives leave scars”. If you wanna improve on how you look, start from the inside out. I guarantee You that even though it might not change what You see in the mirror, you sure as Hellwill Feel a whole lot better physically, emotionally and spiritually. Then, after accomplishing that, it won’t matter to You what anybody thinks about how you look cause you’ll be too busy feeling good about YOU. I am not Judging mind you, just offering some alternatives to those in need. — Photo ©ourtesy of Jayne County
Story about a mod London photographer seems to find something very suspicious in the shots he has taken of a mysterious beauty in a desolate park. – – ©ourtesy of bbook reblogged goodtimeforpie:
Director: Michelangelo Antonioni Writers: Michelangelo Antonioni (story), Julio Cortázar (short story “Las babas del diablo”), and 3 more credits »
Time To Start Stressing Over All Those Choices.
In less than a week to the 2012, The Golden Globe Awards revealed. Time to panic about picking the winners! It is so difficult to commit to that one name. To decide whether you go with your personal favourite or put that check mark beside the name of the critic’s darling. Believe us when we tell you that we know your pain. So many awards shows…so many years…so much pain and disappointment. How can we truly celebrate the win in a category when the artist we really wanted to win has just lost? – – ©ourtesy of SurlyGurls
McCoy’s second novel is also pretty short, maybe 30K words, bleak, first-person, and covers similar ground as They Shoot Horses: the struggles of hopeful wannabe actors scrambling each day for extra work in the 1930s Hollywood industry. – – more Read