RIP Suzzane Somers

Suzanne Somers, American actress, author, singer, businesswoman, and health spokesperson, has died at the age of 76 on 15th October. Best known for her roles on Three’s Company¬†and¬†Step by Step she would have turned 77 today. She was cast in the television role of¬†Chrissy Snow¬†on¬†Three’s Company¬†from 1977 to 1981 and as Carol Foster Lambert on¬†Step by Step¬†from 1991 to 1998. Somers later became the author of several books, including two autobiographies, four diet books, and a book of poetry.

‚ÄúSuzanne Somers passed away peacefully at home in the early morning hours of October 15th. She survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years,‚ÄĚ Somers‚Äô longtime publicist R. Couri Hay wrote in a statement shared on behalf of the actress‚Äô family. ‚ÄúSuzanne was surrounded by her loving husband Alan, her son Bruce, and her immediate family,‚ÄĚ the statement continued. ‚ÄúHer family was gathered to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16th. Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, and want to thank her millions of fans and followers who loved her dearly.‚ÄĚ

Born into an Irish-American Catholic family in California, Suzzane had trouble during her childhood due to being dyslexic. She dropped out of college in 1965 when she found out that she was pregnant and married Bruce Somers and gave birth to a son, Bruce Jr. The marriage ended in divorce in 1968 but she kept the last name. Somers began acting in small roles during the late 1960s and early 1970s, including on various talk shows promoting her book of poetry, and bit parts in movies. She also appeared in¬†The Rockford Files¬†in 1974 and had an uncredited role as a topless “pool girl” in¬†Magnum Force¬†in 1973. She also had a guest-starring role on¬†The Six Million Dollar Man¬† & landed her most famous role of the ditzy blonde “Chrissy Snow” on the ABC¬†sitcom¬†Three’s Company¬†in 1977.

She portrayed¬†Chrissy Snow, a stereotypical¬†dumb blonde, who was employed as an office¬†secretary. The series co-starred¬†John Ritter¬†and¬†Joyce DeWitt¬†in a¬†comedy of errors¬†about two single women living with a single man who pretended to be¬†gay¬†in order to bypass the landlord’s policy of prohibiting single men sharing an apartment with single women. Somers said she was fired for asking to be paid as much as popular male television stars of the day. Somers appeared in two¬†Playboy¬†cover-feature nude pictorials, in 1980 and 1984. In the 1980s, Somers became an entertainer in the¬†Las Vegas Valley & as the spokeswoman in a series of infomercials for the¬†Thighmaster. From 1987 to 1989, Somers starred in the sitcom¬†She’s the Sheriff, which ran in¬†first-run syndication.

In September 1991, Somers returned to series television in the sitcom¬†Step By Step¬†(with¬†Patrick Duffy), which became a success on ABC’s youth-oriented¬†TGIF lineup. Somers also launched a daytime talk show in 1994, titled¬†Suzanne Somers, which lasted one season. From 1997 to 1999, Somers co-hosted the revised¬†Candid Camera show and continued working till 2015. She had a more successful second marriage with Canadian born television host Alan Hamel. Somers had three granddaughters,¬†Camelia and Violet Somers and Daisy Hamel-Buffa. In April 2000, Somers was diagnosed with¬†stage II¬†breast cancer¬†and had a¬†lumpectomy¬†to remove the cancer followed by¬†radiation therapy. In July 2023, her cancer returned and Somers died at her home in¬†Palm Springs, California, on October 15, 2023, the day before her 77th birthday.

All Women Bands I Listen To & Like

The Bangles are an American pop rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The band recorded several singles that reached the U.S. top 10 during the 1980s, including “Manic Monday” (1986), “Walk Like an Egyptian” (1986), “Hazy Shade of Winter” (1987), “In Your Room” (1988), and “Eternal Flame” (1989). The band’s classic lineup consisted of founding members Susanna Hoffs (guitar and vocals), Vicki Peterson (guitar and vocals), Debbi Peterson (drums and vocals), with Michael Steele (bass and vocals). As of June 2018, the band consisted of sisters Vicki and Debbi Peterson, Hoffs, and founding bassist Annette Zilinskas.

The Chicks (previously known as Dixie Chicks) are an American country music band from Dallas, Texas. Since 1995, the band has consisted of Natalie Maines (lead vocals, guitar) and sisters Martie Maguire (vocals, fiddle, mandolin, guitar) and Emily Strayer (vocals, guitar, banjo, Dobro). Maguire and Strayer, both n√©e Erwin, founded the band in 1989 in Dallas, Texas, with bassist Laura Lynch and vocalist and guitarist Robin Lynn Macy. They performed bluegrass and country music, busking and touring the bluegrass festival circuits and small venues for six years without attracting a major label. In 1992, Macy left and Lynch became the lead vocalist.

Upon signing with Monument Records Nashville in 1997 and replacing Lynch with Maines, the Chicks achieved success with their albums Wide Open Spaces (1998) and Fly (1999). After Monument closed its Nashville branch, the Chicks moved to Columbia Records for Home (2002). These albums achieved multi-platinum sales in the United States, Canada, and Australia, along with several charting singles on the American Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. “There’s Your Trouble”, “Wide Open Spaces”, “You Were Mine”, “Cowboy Take Me Away”, “Without You”, and a cover of Bruce Robison’s “Travelin’ Soldier” reached number one. The Chicks also reached number one on the Adult Contemporary chart with their 2002 cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide”.

Young, Indonesian, hijab-wearing, female metal trio Voice Of Baceprot (VOB) have been covering the members‚Äô favourite metal songs since they learned to play their instruments.  Their prowess at playing these covers got them attention from fans and media worldwide and enabled them to develop to the point where they could, as a band, create original songs. Consisting of Marsya (vocals and guitar), Widi (bass), and Sitti (drums), the trio first met when they were still junior high school students in their hometown of Singajaya, a small village two hours‚Äô drive away from the city of Garut, West Java. The word ‚Äúbaceprot‚ÄĚ from their band name comes from the Sundanese language meaning ‚Äúnoisy‚ÄĚ. It was chosen to represent the type of music that they play.

Since their formation, VOB have become a point of discussion for a host of renowned global media, including The New York Times, NPR, BBC, DW and The Guardian, featuring them in the pages of their online publication. VOB were recently named by heavy metal and rock magazine Metal Hammer as ‚Äúthe Metal Band the World Needs Right Now‚ÄĚ.

Dala is a Canadian acoustic-folk two-piece musical group, made up by Sheila Carabine and Amanda Walther, both of Scarborough, Ontario. Sheila Carabine and Amanda Walther first met at Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School, at a high school band practice. Quickly afterwards, Carabine and Walther’s friendship blossomed and they formed Dala in the summer of 2002. Their “innate understanding of music” and “vocal range” helped propel them towards signing a five-year artist development deal with Big Bold Sun Music on December 12, 2003, and on April 3, 2005, Dala released their first album, This Moment Is a Flash.

Juno nominees and winners of the 2010 Canadian Folk Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year, Amanda and Sheila write and sing in harmony best described as angelic. These two best friends met in their high school music class in 2002; they have since released five albums and toured extensively across North America. Drawing upon influences like The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and Bob Dylan, Dala write songs that are both catchy and insightful. Amanda’s ethereal soprano voice blends seamlessly with Sheila’s velvety alto, creating the lush harmonies that have become their trademark.

RIP Raquel Welch

US actress Raquel Welch, often credited with paving the way for modern day action heroines in Hollywood films, has died at the age of 82. The star passed away peacefully on Wednesday morning after a brief illness, her manager said. Welch became an international sex symbol in the 1960s, widely remembered for playing a bikini-clad cavewoman in the 1966 film One Million Years B.C.  In a career spanning over five decades, Welch appeared in more than 30 movies and 50 television shows. She first won attention for her role in Fantastic Voyage (1966), after which she won a contract with 20th Century Fox. They lent her contract to the British studio Hammer Film Productions, for whom she made One Million Years B.C. (1966). Although Welch had only three lines of dialogue in the film, images of her in the doe-skin bikini became bestselling posters that turned her into an international sex symbol. She later starred in Bedazzled (1967), Bandolero! (1968), 100 Rifles (1969), Myra Breckinridge (1970), and Hannie Caulder (1971). She made several television variety specials.

Raquel was born in Chicago to Armando Tejada, who was an aeronautical engineer¬†from¬†La Paz,¬†Bolivia, ¬†and Josephine Sarah Hall. The family moved from Illinois to¬†San Diego, California, when Welch was two years old.¬† Welch married her high school sweetheart, James Welch, on May 8, 1959, with whom she had two children, Damon Welch and actress Latanne “Tahnee” Welch¬†(born December 26, 1961). In 1960, Welch got a job as a¬†weather presenter¬†at¬†KFMB, a local¬†San Diego¬†television station. Because her family life and television duties were so demanding she decided to give up her drama classes. After her separation from James Welch, she moved with her two children to¬†Dallas, where she made a “precarious living” as a model for¬†Neiman Marcus¬†and as a¬†cocktail waitress.

Through her portrayal of¬†strong female characters, which helped in her breaking the mold of the traditional sex symbol, Welch developed a unique film persona that made her an icon of the 1960s and 1970s. Her rise to stardom in the mid-1960s was partly credited with ending Hollywood’s vigorous promotion of the¬†blonde bombshell. She won a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Actress in a Musical or Comedy¬†in 1974 for her performance in¬†The Three Musketeers. She was also nominated for a¬†Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in Television Film¬†for her performance in the film¬†Right to Die¬†(1987). In 1995, Welch was chosen by¬†Empire¬†magazine as one of the “100 Sexiest Stars in Film History”.¬†Playboy¬†ranked Welch No.¬†3 on their “100 Sexiest Stars of the Twentieth Century” list.

Welch’s most controversial role came in¬†Myra Breckinridge¬†(1970). She took the role as the film’s¬†transsexual heroine in an attempt to be taken seriously as an actress. Her looks and fame led¬†Playboy¬†to dub her the “Most Desired Woman” of the 1970s. Welch presented at the¬†Academy Award ceremony several times during the 1970s due to her popularity. She also acted in Kansas City Bomber, The Last of Sheila¬†and¬†The Three Musketeers and the sequel The Four Musketeers, Wild Party, Animal and the comedy Mother, Jugs & Speed in the 70s. In the 80s she acted on Broadway and also was in several tv films while also flirting with a singing career. In 2001, she had supporting roles in the comedy films¬†Legally Blonde¬†opposite¬†Reese Witherspoon¬†and¬†Tortilla Soup. In 2002, she starred in the¬†PBS¬†series¬†American Family, a story about a Mexican American family in¬†East Los Angeles.

Most recently Welch appeared in a sitcom titled Date My Dad (2017) where she reunited with Robert Wagner on screen, four decades after starring together in The Biggest Bundle of Them All. She married producer Patrick Curtis in 1967 and divorced him in 1972. In 1980, she married producer André Weinfeld, divorcing him in 1990. Welch wed Richard Palmer, owner of Mulberry Street Pizzeria, in 1999 but then separated from him in 2003 and later divorced. Welch said she would not remarry.

Something In The Way She Moves Attracts Me Like No Other Lover

What is the first thing that makes you attracted to a person?

I dunno if it is one thing in particular. It can be a smile, it can be the way she talks. It can be the way her hair looks. It might be that she is very beautiful overall. Or the way she behaves, the way her body moves. “Something in the way she moves, Attracts me like no other lover” – exactly. It can be “something” or anything.

I love dimples on a girl’s face. When they smile and they have these lovely dimples, I just get all weak in the knees. Honestly, I dated a girl briefly because of these awesome dimples that she has. Not that she has other great attributes but the dimples were what stood out for me. Sometimes it’s because the girl has nice… know whats.

Seriously, it can be many things. I don’t know how to put my finger on it as the women that I have had strong attractions to have been varied. I guess I don’t have a single type and you cannot pigeon hole me into a box. Variety is the spice of life!

Prompt from 28 Enchanting February Journal Prompts at Mercy K


The US actor¬†Anne Heche has died, a week after she was critically injured in a car crash. The news was¬†confirmed by a representative for her family to the US online media outlet TMZ. On Friday afternoon representatives for Heche, 53,¬†confirmed she was ‚Äúbrain dead‚ÄĚ, which under California law is the definition of death. It was announced earlier in the day Heche would be taken off of life support. It is understood her heartbeat was being maintained in case appropriate organ donation could take place. The American actress who came to recognition portraying twins Vicky Hudson¬†and¬†Marley Love¬†on the soap opera¬†Another World¬†(1987‚Äď1991), winning her a¬†Daytime Emmy Award¬†and two¬†Soap Opera Digest Awards.

She came to greater prominence in the late 1990s with roles in the crime drama film¬†Donnie Brasco¬†(1997), the disaster film¬†Volcano¬†(1997), the slasher film¬†I Know What You Did Last Summer¬†(1997), the action comedy film¬†Six Days, Seven Nights¬†(1998), and the drama-thriller film¬†Return to Paradise (1998). Following her portrayal of¬†Marion Crane¬†in¬†Gus Van Sant’s horror remake film¬†Psycho¬†(1998), which earned her a¬†Saturn Award¬†nomination, Heche went on to have roles in many well-received independent films, such as the drama film¬†Birth¬†(2004), the sex comedy film¬†Spread¬†(2009),¬†Cedar Rapids¬†(2011), the drama film¬†Rampart¬†(2011), and the black comedy film¬†Catfight¬†(2016).

She received acclaim for her role in the television film Gracie’s Choice, which earned her a Primetime Emmy Award nomination, and for her work on Broadway, particularly Twentieth Century, for which she received a Tony Award nomination. Heche starred in the comedy drama television series Men in Trees (2006‚Äď08), Hung (2009‚Äď11), Save Me (2013), Aftermath (2016), and the military drama television series The Brave (2017). Anne has struggled with mental health issues. She was also known for her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres and the events following their breakup became subjects of widespread media interest.

In 2000, Heche reportedly left DeGeneres for Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, a cameraman whom she met the previous year on DeGeneres’s stand-up comedy tour. On September 1, 2001, she and Laffoon married. They divorced on March 4, 2009. She was found to be intoxicated on August 5th when she was involved in a sequence of two car crashes in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles, first when the Mini Cooper she was driving hit a garage at an apartment complex, and second when she crashed into a house, resulting in a fire that left her severely burned. She leaves behind two songs – Heche‚Äôs eldest son, Homer, 20, released a statement on behalf of himself and his half-brother, Atlas, 13.

Nichelle Nichols The First Lady Of Science Fiction Has Passed Away

Actress and singer Nichelle Nichols, best known for her groundbreaking portrayal of Lt. Nyota Uhura in “Star Trek: The Original Series,” has died at age 89, according to a statement from her son, Kyle Johnson. Nichols died from natural causes, he said. Nichols portrayed communications officer Lt. Nyota Uhura in the “Star Trek” TV series and many of its film offshoots. When “Star Trek” began in 1966, Nichols was a television rarity: a Black woman in a notable role on a prime-time television series. There had been African-American women on TV before, but they often played domestic workers and had small roles; Nichols’ Uhura was an integral part of the multicultural “Star Trek” crew.

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. called it “the first non-stereotypical role portrayed by a Black woman in television history.” Nichols is widely known for participating in one of the first interracial kisses on US television when her character kissed James T. Kirk, portrayed by White Canadian actor William Shatner. In an interview with CNN in 2014, Nichols said the kiss scene “changed television forever, and it also changed the way people looked at one another.” After “Trek’s” three-season run, Nichols dedicated herself to the space program. She helped NASA in making the agency more diverse, helping to recruit astronauts Sally Ride, Judith Resnik and Guion Bluford, among others.

George Takei, who portrayed the USS Enterprise’s helmsman Hikaru Sulu, posted a touching tribute to his co-star. “I shall have more to say about the trailblazing, incomparable Nichelle Nichols, who shared the bridge with us as Lt. Uhura of the USS Enterprise, and who passed today at age 89,” wrote Takei on Twitter. “For today, my heart is heavy, my eyes shining like the stars you now rest among, my dearest friend.” NASA tweeted “We celebrate the life of Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek actor, trailblazer, and role model, who symbolized to so many what was possible. She partnered with us to recruit some of the first women and minority astronauts, and inspired generations to reach for the stars.”

Nichols was born Grace Dell Nichols near Chicago in 1932. (Unhappy with Grace, she took the name Nichelle when she was a teenager.) Her grandfather was a White Southerner who married a Black woman, causing a rift in his family. Blessed with a four-octave vocal range, Nichols was performing in local clubs by the time she was 14. Among the performers she met was Duke Ellington, who later took her on tour. She also worked extensively in Chicago clubs and in theater. She moved to Los Angeles in the early ’60s and landed a role in a Gene Roddenberry series, “The Lieutenant.” A number of “Star Trek” veterans, including Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig and Majel Barrett, also worked on the show. When Roddenberry was creating “Trek,” he remembered Nichols. She was in Europe when she got the call.

Nichols was once tempted to leave the series; however, a conversation with¬†Martin Luther King Jr.¬†changed her mind. Towards the end of the first season, Nichols was given the opportunity to take a role on¬†Broadway. She preferred the stage to the television studio, so she decided to take the role. Nichols went to Roddenberry’s office, told him that she planned to leave, and handed him her resignation letter. Roddenberry tried to convince Nichols to stay but to no avail, so he told her to take the weekend off and if she still felt that she should leave then he would give her his blessing. But it took Dr. Martin King Jr to convince her to stay on the show. King personally encouraged her to stay on the series, saying she “could not give up” because she was playing a vital role model for Black children and young women across the country, as well as for other children who would see Black people appearing as equals, going so far as to favorably compare her work on the series to the marches of the ongoing¬†civil rights movement.

Former¬†NASA¬†astronaut¬†Mae Jemison¬†has cited Nichols’ role of Lieutenant Uhura as her inspiration for wanting to become an astronaut and¬†Whoopi Goldberg has also spoken of Nichols’ influence. In her role as Lieutenant¬†Uhura, Nichols kissed¬†white¬†actor¬†William Shatner¬†as Captain¬†James T. Kirk¬†in the November 22, 1968,¬†Star Trek¬†episode “Plato’s Stepchildren”. The episode is cited as the first example of an interracial kiss on scripted U.S. television. The Shatner/Nichols kiss was seen as groundbreaking, even though it was portrayed as having been forced by¬†alien¬†telekinesis. There was some praise and almost no dissent. Despite the cancellation of the series in 1969,¬†Star Trek¬†lived on in other ways, and continued to play a part in Nichols’ life. She again provided the voice of Uhura in¬†Star Trek: The Animated Series.

Nichols co-starred in six¬†Star Trek¬†films, the last one being¬†Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Between the end of the original series and the¬†Star Trek¬†animated series and feature films, Nichols appeared in small television and film roles. She briefly appeared as a secretary in¬†Doctor, You’ve Got to Be Kidding!¬†(1967), and portrayed Dorienda, a foul-mouthed madam in¬†Truck Turner¬†(1974) opposite¬†Isaac Hayes. In the comedy film¬†Snow Dogs¬†(2002), Nichols appeared as the mother of the male lead, played by¬†Cuba Gooding Jr. n 2006, she appeared as the title character in the film¬†Lady Magdalene’s, the madam of a legal¬†Nevada¬†brothel in tax default. Nichols released two music albums.¬†Down to Earth¬†is a collection of standards released in 1967, during the original run of¬†Star Trek. Out of This World, released in 1991, is more rock oriented and is themed around¬†Star Trek and space exploration.

In her autobiography, Nichols wrote that she was romantically involved with¬†Star Trek¬†creator¬†Gene Roddenberry¬†for a few years in the 1960s. She said the affair ended well before¬†Star Trek¬†began, when she realized Roddenberry was also involved with her acquaintance Majel Hudec (known as¬†Majel Barrett). Nichols married twice, first to dancer Foster Johnson (1917‚Äď1981). They were married in 1951 and divorced that same year. Johnson and Nichols had one child together,¬†Kyle Johnson, who was born August 14, 1951. She married for the second time to Duke Mondy in 1968. They were divorced in 1972. In early 2018, Nichols was diagnosed with¬†dementia, and subsequently announced her retirement from convention appearances. Asteroid¬†68410 Nichols is named in her honor. Nichols died of heart failure in¬†Silver City, New Mexico, on July 30, 2022, at the age of 89.

RIP Tawny Kitaen

Julie E. ‚ÄúTawny‚ÄĚ Kitaen, who famously appeared in several music videos for the rock group¬†Whitesnake in the ‚Äė80s, has died. The Orange County, Calif. coroner‚Äôs office, which listed her as Tawny Finley, stated that she died at her home in Newport Beach on Friday morning, but a cause of death has not been revealed. She was 59. Born in San Diego. California, Kitaen‚Äôs first introduction to the rock world came in 1983 when she appeared on the cover of back-to-back albums by heavy metal band RATT, including the band‚Äôs self-titled 1983 debut and the triple-platinum Out of the Cellar, in 1984. Kitaen was dating RATT guitarist Robbin Crosby at the time.

Kitaen appeared in RATT‚Äôs ‚ÄúBack for More‚ÄĚ music video and later became the video vixen best known for her appearance in Whitesnake‚Äôs 1987 smash ‚ÄúHere I Go Again,‚ÄĚ where she displayed her talent for auto acrobatics. ‚ÄúStill of the Night,‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúIs This Love‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúThe Deeper the Love‚ÄĚ also featured Kitaen, who was briefly married to Whitesnake‚Äôs lead singer, David Coverdale, from 1989 to 1991. Acting roles followed, most notably portraying Tom Hanks‚Äô girlfriend in the 1984 comedy romp ‚ÄúBachelor Party.‚ÄĚ She had additional roles in and ‚ÄúWitchboard,‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúWhite Hot‚ÄĚ and ¬†‚ÄúDead Tides‚ÄĚ and also appeared in a Seinfeld episode, ‚ÄúThe Nose Job.‚ÄĚ Kitaen was also in 19 episodes of the TV series¬†The New WKRP in Cincinnati¬†from 1991 to 1993 as a night-time DJ named Mona Loveland; in the show, her night-time program was called¬†Mona Til Midnight.

In more recent years, Kitaen participated in several reality shows, including ‚ÄúThe Surreal Life,‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúBotched‚ÄĚ and a season of VH1‚Äôs ‚ÄúCelebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew,‚ÄĚ the latter of which filmed in 2008. Kitaen had long struggled with substance abuse, as she revealed on ‚ÄúCelebrity Rehab,‚ÄĚ and had several run-ins with the law, including a charge for cocaine possession in 2006 and driving under the influence in 2009. Kitaen was married to baseball player Chuck Finley from 1997 to 2002. They had two daughters together. Kitaen died at her Newport Beach, California, home at the age of 59. A cause of death was not announced.

Mind Your Language’s Swedish Bombshell

Anna Bergman comes from a talented Swedish family.  former Swedish actress. She is the daughter of film and theatre director Ingmar Bergman and choreographer-director Ellen Lundstr√∂m, sister to Eva (film, theatre, and television director), Jan, and actor Mats Bergman (twin); and half-sister to Daniel Bergman, a film director, and a Norwegian author and journalist Linn Ullmann.

Bergman mostly appeared as a performer in several British sex comedies during the late 1970s including the title role in Penelope Pulls It Off (1975), Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976), Intimate Games (1976), Come Play with Me (1977) and What’s Up Superdoc! (1978), though later she appeared in small roles in more mainstream films including The Wild Geese (1978), Licensed to Love and Kill (1979), Nutcracker (1982), and her father’s 1982 film Fanny and Alexander. She also appeared as Swedish au pair Ingrid Svenson in seasons 2 and 4 of the British situation comedy Mind Your Language.

Perhaps most known for her appearances on Mind your Language as Ingrid Svenson (Series 2 and 4), a Swedish au pair who joins the class at the beginning of series 2. She is attractive and straightforward about her attraction to Mr Brown, sparking a rivalry between her and Danielle. Her main problem with English is word order, often getting words mixed up, such as “you for I question answer”. She transfers schools at the end of Series 2, but returns in the independently produced Series 4.

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What are cam sites?
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How do these sites work?
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Are these sites legal?
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RIP Mira Furlan

Mira Furlan, best known for her roles as Delenn on ‚ÄúBabylon 5‚ÄĚ and Danielle Rousseau on ‚ÄúLost,‚ÄĚ died on Wednesday. She was 65. Her Twitter account announced the news on Thursday, and ‚ÄúBabylon 5‚ÄĚ creator J. Michael Straczynski posted a tribute to the actress later that night. While a cause of death has yet not been revealed, Straczynski said the cast and crew of ‚ÄúBabylon 5‚ÄĚ had ‚Äúknown for some time now that Mira‚Äôs health was fading.

Furlan was born in the former Yugoslavia, where she had a number of stage roles and was part of the Croatian National Theatre, and emigrated to the U.S. in 1991. She joined space opera ‚ÄúBabylon 5‚ÄĚ as Delenn, the Minbari ambassador to the titular space station, in 1993, and would go on to star in the series for its full five seasons. In 2004, she made her debut in ABC‚Äôs megahit ‚ÄúLost‚ÄĚ as Danielle Rousseau, a scientist who‚Äôd been shipwrecked on the show‚Äôs mysterious island 16 years before the crash of the Oceanic Flight 815. She recurred throughout the series over its next few seasons.

Furlan continued to act through last year, and racked up dozens of credits across film and TV throughout her life. Her film credits include Emir Kusturica‚Äôs Oscar-nominated ‚ÄúWhen Father Was Away on Business,‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúBeauty of Vice,‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúThree For Happiness‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúIn the Jaws of Life.‚ÄĚ She is survived by Gaji? and their son, Marko Lav Gaji?.

RIP Julie Strain

Julie Strain who was an American¬†actress¬†and¬†model¬†who was¬†Penthouse¬†Pet of the Month in June 1991 and later chosen as the magazine’s Pet of the Year in 1993, has died on January 10th.¬† Nearly one year after a false report, it was reported that she died from dementia; she was 58 years old.

in her nineteen years of acting she racked up over 130 credits, including an appearance in the Exorcist¬†spoof¬†Repossessed, Steven Seagal’s¬†Out for Justice, the Jean-Claude Van Damme film¬†Double Impact,¬†Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult,¬†Beverly Hills Cop III, and the horror films¬†Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart,¬†Psycho Cop Returns,¬†The Devil’s Pet,¬†Sorceress,¬†Sorceress II: The Temptress, the¬†Bare Wench¬†franchise,¬†How to Make a Monster,¬†Thirteen Erotic Ghosts, and¬†Blood Gnome, among others.

Her most well-known roles came in¬†Heavy Metal 2000¬†and the Andy Sidaris films¬†Fit to Kill,¬†Day of the Warrior, and¬†L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach, as well as Christian Drew Sidaris’s¬†Enemy Gold¬†and¬†The Dallas Connection.¬†Her half-sister Lizzy Strain followed her into acting, and the sisters both appeared in the films¬†Bleed,¬†Delta Delta Die!,¬†Birth Rite,¬†Bloodsucking Strippers,¬†No Pain No Gain,¬†Tales from the Crapper,¬†Evil Ever After,¬†Azira: Blood from the Sand,¬†Chantal,¬†The Devil’s Muse, and¬†Magus.

It was revealed in 2018 that Strain was suffering from degenerative dementia, an affliction that was tied to head trauma she received from a horse riding accident when she was in her twenties. That accident also gave her retrograde amnesia, which wiped much of her youth from her memories.

Strain was married to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman for over a decade, and together they had a son named Shane. Her longtime companion Dave had been taking care of her during her final years, and he was holding her hand when she passed away early Sunday morning.

Tanya Roberts Passes Away

Tanya Roberts, the breathy-voiced actress who found fame in the 1980s as a detective on ‚ÄúCharlie‚Äôs Angels‚ÄĚ and as a brave earth scientist in the James Bond film ‚ÄúA View to a Kill,‚ÄĚ finally died on Monday night in Los Angeles. She was 65. Her death, at Cedars-Sinai Hospital, was confirmed on Tuesday by her companion, Lance O‚ÄôBrien. Her publicist, who was given erroneous information, had announced her death to the news media early Monday, and some¬†news organizations published obituaries about her prematurely.

The publicist, Mike Pingel, said Ms. Roberts collapsed on Dec. 24 after walking her dogs near her Hollywood Hills home and was put on a ventilator at the hospital. He did not give the cause of death, but said it was not related to Covid-19. He said she had not been noticeably ill before she collapsed.

Tanya Roberts Still Alive

Tanya Roberts’ publicist retracts report that said actor had died. The former Bond girl was mistakenly reported dead after being hospitalised following a fall at her home. Tanya Roberts, who played Roger Moore‚Äôs love interest in A View to a Kill and later starred in the sitcom That ‚Äė70s Show as Midge Pinciotti, has been hospitalised after falling at her home. Her publicist, Mike Pingel, mistakenly reported the 65-year-old dead on Monday, leading multiple outlets, including the Guardian, to publish stories saying she had died. Pingel later told the Associated Press that Roberts was still alive as of 10am in California but was in a poor condition.

He had said earlier that Roberts collapsed in her home and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Pingel said Robert‚Äôs husband, Lance O‚ÄôBrien, told him that he held his wife and she ‚Äúseemed for him to slip away‚ÄĚ. The publicist said he was awaiting further updates on Roberts‚Äô condition. Pingel told the PA news agency that the family was waiting for further news from medics, adding: ‚ÄúIt does not look good.‚ÄĚ The US website TMZ first reported her death, saying she had collapsed while walking her dogs on 24 December and was admitted to hospital.

Ashton Kutcher has taken upon the job of clearing out the confusion amidst his contemporaries that Tanya Roberts is alive. The confusion about the information started when Roberts’ publicist Mike Pingel confirmed about her death on CNN after which he told NBC News that Roberts¬†is still alive. However, many of the show’s cast members didn’t get the memo as they were posting condolences for the¬†James Bond¬†actor. Ashton tweeted to their comments and made them know about the correct information.¬†

RIP Tanya Roberts

Actress Tanya Roberts has died. Best known for her roles as a Bond girl and on That ’70s Show, Roberts died Sunday after a brief hospitalization. She was 65. The actress reportedly took her dogs for a walk on Christmas Eve, and collapsed upon returning home, according to TMZ. She was put on a ventilator after being hospitalized, but never recovered. The outlet reports that the actress did not appear to be ill in the days leading up to her collapse, and that her death is not related to COVID-19. However, additional information was not available.

Born Victoria Leigh Blum, she changed her stage name to Tanya Roberts. . She was best known for playing¬†Stacey Sutton¬†in the¬†James Bond¬†film¬†A View to a Kill¬†(1985) and Midge Pinciotti on¬†That ’70s Show (1998‚Äď2004). Roberts was born in 1955 in¬†the Bronx, New York City, the second child of her father, of¬†Irish¬†descent, and a¬†Jewish mother. She relocated from New York with her mother to live in¬†Toronto for several years, where she started formulating a photo portfolio and laying plans for a modeling career. Her career began as a model in¬†TV ads¬†for Excedrin,¬†Ultra Brite,¬†Clairol, and Cool Ray sunglasses. She played serious roles in the¬†off-Broadway¬†productions¬†Picnic¬†and¬†Antigone.¬† She also supported herself as an Arthur Murray¬†dance instructor. She met & later married ¬†psychology student Barry Roberts. Her film debut was the horror film Forced Entry¬†(1975). This was followed by the comedy film¬†The Yum-Yum Girls¬†(1976).

In 1977, as her husband was securing his own screenwriting career, the couple moved to¬†Hollywood. The following year, Roberts participated in the drama¬†Fingers. In 1979 Roberts appeared in the cult movie¬†Tourist Trap, and also in¬†Racquet,¬†and¬†California Dreaming. Roberts was featured in several¬†television pilots¬†that were not picked up:¬†Zuma Beach¬†(a 1978 comedy),¬†Pleasure Cove¬†(1979), and¬†Waikiki (1980). Roberts was chosen in the summer of 1980 from some 2,000 candidates to replace¬†Shelley Hack¬†in the¬†fifth season¬†of the detective television series¬†Charlie’s Angels¬†on¬†ABC. Roberts played Julie Rogers, a streetwise fighter who used her fists more than her gun. Producers hoped Roberts’ presence would revitalize the series’ declining ratings and regenerate media interest in the series. Before the season’s premiere, Roberts was featured on the cover of¬†People magazine with a headline asking if Roberts would be able to save the declining series from cancellation.

Roberts played Kiri in the adventure fantasy film¬†The Beastmaster¬†(1982), which included a topless swimming scene. She was featured in a nude pictorial in¬†Playboy¬†to help promote the movie, appearing on that issue’s October 1982 cover. In 1983, Roberts filmed the Italian-made adventure fantasy film¬†Hearts and Armour. She portrayed Velda, a buxom secretary to private detective Mike Hammer, in the television movie¬†Murder Me, Murder You¬†(1983). The two-part pilot spawned the syndicated television series¬†Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer. She declined to continue the role in the Mike Hammer series to work on her next project,¬†Sheena: Queen of the Jungle¬†(1984). The movie was a box office and critical disaster, garnering her a nomination for “Worst Actress” at the¬†Razzie Awards.

Roberts subsequently appeared as¬†Bond girl¬†Stacey Sutton, a geologist, in¬†A View to a Kill¬†(1985). She again found herself nominated by the critics for a¬†Razzie Award. Other 1980s films include¬†Night Eyes, an erotic thriller;¬†Body Slam¬†(1987), an action movie set in the professional wrestling world, and¬†Purgatory, a movie about a woman wrongfully imprisoned in Africa. Roberts starred in the¬†erotic thriller¬†Inner Sanctum¬†(1991) alongside¬†Margaux Hemingway. In 1992, she played Kay Egan in¬†Sins of Desire. She appeared on the cable series¬†Hot Line¬†in 1994; and in the¬†video game¬†The Pandora Directive in 1996. In 1998, Roberts took the role of Midge Pinciotti on the television sitcom¬†That ’70s Show. Roberts revealed on¬†E! True Hollywood Story¬†that she left the series in 2001 because her husband had become terminally ill.

Roberts was married to husband Barry Roberts from 1974 until his death in 2006. They had no children. Roberts resided in Hollywood Hills, California.