In 1957 she became pregnant again, but this time it was a success, Caroline Kennedy was born in November. Their second child John Jr. was born three years after Caroline. Jacqueline gave birth to one more child but this child was of the Kennedy Curse, Patrick Kennedy died thee days after his birth. A month after the death of their 3rd child Jacqueline witnessed her husbands’ death while riding in a car, he was shot and killed. Years went by and Jacqueline remarried, but in 1994 at the age of 65 she fell victim to cancer and died later in that year in May.
She was a beautiful yet very petite girl, she stood at 4’11’’ and weighed no more than 90 pounds. “Photographs...failed to do justice to her looks.” Bonnie Parker grew up dreaming about having true love and romance like in the movies, which could be the reason why she dropped out of school and rushed into marriage with Roy Thorton at the young age of 16. This marriage did not go as well as she had planned, and Thorton ended up in jail. Parker then moved on to live with her grandmother. Her dream of finding true love appeared to be over, that was until one night at a friend’s house when she was nineteen, she met Clyde Barrows, who was twenty one.
He rented out the House of Blues in Atlanta for another production of “I Know I've Been Changed”. Soon Perry was selling out crowds and the musical was moved to a larger theater, after so many years of hard work, he finally earned critical acclaim as well as commercial success. Tyler's mother urged him to abandon the thoughts of a career instead look for steady employment,but he stayed certain that this was his passion and calling. For Perry’s next idea, he worked on an adaptation of evangelist T. D. Jakes's book “Woman, Thou Art Loosed”. Jake had proposed the script to Perry, he told Jake he would do so,but only if he was allowed to have complete control and freedom to rewrite the script.“Woman, Thou Art Loosed” opened in 1999, it grossed $5 million in the five-month run.
Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend Who was America's biggest sex symbol? Marilyn Monroe was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s. During her all-too-brief life, she overcame many hardships and heartbreaks. With her infamous blonde hair and witty personality, millions have fallen in love with her beauty and talent. Marilyn Monroe, born on June 1, 1926, in Los Angeles as Norma Jean Mortenson.
Queen Anne Stuart She was born on February 6, 1665 to the Duke and Duchess of York, she was the second daughter out of three children. Her name is Anne Stuart. Her uncle, King Charles II, married and obviously wanting to have a big family, after several illegitimate children. But he had no blood children of his own. As Anne began maturing, she developed numerous health issues, but unlike some children from that time, she survived to her adulthood.
She and Weston developed a comedy routine in which they assumed the identity of an incompetent lounge act named Jonathan and Darlene Edwards, parodying well-known songs. The act proved popular at parties and among the wider public when the couple released an album as the Edwardses in 1957. In 1961, the album Jonathan and Darlene Edwards in Paris won Stafford her only Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, and was the first commercially successful parody album. Stafford largely retired as a performer in the mid-1960s, but continued in the music business. She enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity in the late 1970s when she recorded a cover of the Bee Gees hit, "Stayin' Alive" as Darlene Edwards.
Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt was a very influential woman in her life time. One of the reasons she became famous was because she was the niece of one of the greatest presidents of the United States of America. She was niece to Theodore Roosevelt. Another reason was she married the man Franklin D. Roosevelt who, interestingly enough, was he distant cousin. Her and Franklin Roosevelt had 5 children whom they raised and she became very active in politics along with her husband who had become the president of the United States of America, but she had not become active in politics until after her husbands Polio attack in 1921.
With over 30,000 copies of her novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, sold in over 40 languages, Harper Lee is within the ranks of history’s greatest and most magnificent authors. Harper Lee’s life before her novel was published greatly affected To Kill a Mockingbird which shows a pure representation of childhood and growing up. Miss Lee’s life before To Kill a Mockingbird was written was completely changed with book’s unheralded success. Lee was born in the (then) small town of Monroeville, Alabama with the population of about 7,000 at that time. The day of her birth was April 28, 1926.
During these six months, Fox had no work for her. They renewed her contract in February of 1947 when it ran out, and shortly after that she got her first small role in “Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hey!” She also got another role in “Dangerous Years,” but in August her contract was not renewed. During this period of unemployment Monroe spent her free time taking acting classes. In March of 1948, she signed her second contract with Columbia Pictures.
Finding a job and work to do became hard for Louis Armstrong and others during the great depression. In 1939 Louis and Lil were divorced. In May of 1939 Louis moved to Los Angeles, California in hopes of finding work that could be done. As he continued to work in clubs and make records he started making films. The films Armstrong appeared in brought him more fans and also gave him widespread