Then she graduated from all- girls Preston high school in her hometown. (website #1) At the age of 19, she started paying for her singing and dancing lesson for herself. Film and Television Career: Jennifer’s career in film and television started to take off when she got her first role in the show called In Living Color. ( website#2) She was in more than 22 movies! Some movies she was in like My Little Girl, Nurses on the Line, The Crash of Flight 7, My family/ mi familiar, Money Train, Jack, Blood & Wine, Selena, Anaconda and many more.
Lucille Ball was born August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York. Henry Ball was her father who worked as a telephone lineman for Bell Company, and her mother was Desiree (DeDe) Hunt (Discovery Biography). When Lucille was born, her life didn’t exactly stand still; According to Discovering Biography: “Henry Ball’s job required frequent transfers, and within three years after her birth, Lucille moved to Jamestown to Anaconda, Montana, and then to Wyandotte, Michigan.” As time went on tragedy fell upon Lucille’s life when her father died from a typhoid fever in February 1915 (Discovering Biography). Though the loss of a loved one may leave sorrow behind, one biographer had said that the death of her father had driven Lucille into playacting (Discovering Biography). With her mother left widowed, Lucille lived with her grandparents where her grandfather, Fred Hunt, described as “an eccentric socialist who enjoyed the theatre” by Discovering Biography, who often took the family to shows and encouraged Lucille to get involved with plays.
Finally her boy friend moved to be with her there and she learned to accept her new environment. Lopez's first big break came in 1997, when she was chosen to play the title role in Selena, a biopic of the pop singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, who was killed by a crazed fan in 1995. She earned honor for her performance, including a Golden Globe nomination, and became the highest-paid actress in history with her paycheck of $1 million. That same year, Lopez starred in Anaconda and in Blood and Wine. Her role as federal marshal Karen Sisco in Steven Soderbergh's “Out of Sight,” further improved her image as a worthy movie star.
Loretta graduated from University of Houston in 1971 with a bachelor of arts in speech, Drama, and MFA in Theater. She also is a member of the Epsilon lambda chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. In addition Loretta is a five time NAACP award winner she played in major films such as Dream Girls (a Broadway musical based on the history of The Supremes) Waiting to Exhale, this Christmas, and the Preacher’s wife. Lorettas played a small part in the mini soap opera For Color Girls as a woman by the name of Juanita. Juanita ran a nonprofit woman’s club for the females in her community.
Her political career is an astounding example of the higher capability and intellect of a woman. Born on May 15, 1937, in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Madeleine Albright was the second daughter of Jose and Anna Korbel. She had a brother, John and sister, Katherine. Nazi occupation made her family flee to England, although they returned to postwar Czechoslovakia in 1945, only to find their home country being submerged into Soviet Empire. A major portion of her life was spent in the belief that her family fled for political reasons, but it was only until 1997 that she came to know the truth that her family was Jewish and that three of her grandparents were victims of the holocaust.
By the time Emmeline was born, Gouldon was the successful owner of a cotton-printing company at Seedley. Over the next few years Sophia had nine more children. Goulden had conventional ideas about education. Emmeline, who was an extremely intelligent child, later recalled that when she was young she overheard him saying, "What a pity she wasn't born a lad." Robert Goulden was a friend of John Stuart Mill and supported his campaign to get women the vote.
I am going to write about her life and her time as a suffragette. Emily Davison was born at Blackheath London on the 11th October in 1872. She was a very bright women and she got a herself a place in Holloway collage but sadly had to give up because her mother came ill due to stress however her father died and there was no wage coming into her family her mother could not afford to pay the college fees. Later on in life she became a private teacher and paid for herself to go to London University, graduating with a BA. she was a very smart women.
When Julie was very young her parents separated, and her mother remarried a man named Ted Andrews who she had performed in a musical act with for couple of years. Ted would sing and Barbara would play the piano. Ted was actually the first one to teach Julie how to sing. In the spring of 1943, when she was only seven years old, Julie began taking singing lessons with Ted and enrolled in a conservatory for the performing arts in London where her aunt was a dance instructor. She had a very rigorous schedule for her age.
People were enjoying life as these new changes gave the USA a major jump in its economy in this short period. One reason why it is accurate to call America in the 1920’s ‘The Roaring Twenties’ was because of the sudden upsurge in the film industry. 1,000 black and white silent movies were made in America. One of the most famous actors was Charlie Chaplin, who was an actor in the comedy films. Films really blossomed in the 1920s, expanding upon the foundations of film from earlier years.