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Helen M. Chan

Helen M. Chan is the New Jersey Zinc Professor at Lehigh University. Her work considers the development of ceramic-metal nanocomposites. She is on the Board of Directors of the American Ceramic Society.


Irmena Chichikova

Chichikova made her professional stage debut in The Art of Sweeping Things Under the Rug 2008, a play based on Ingmar Bergmans Scenes From a Marriage, as Marianne, for which she received a nomination at IKAR 2009 and the award for best female lea ...


Dina Birte Al-Erhayem

Al-Erhayem graduated as an actor from Aarhus Theatre in 2003. She was a student on DR2s weekly faith magazine Univers Universe, and in 2014 hosted the Dinas Talkshow on dk4. In December 2014, Ole Stephensen joined as host, after which the title b ...


Ping Pong Bitches

The Ping Pong Bitches is an all female electroclash band from England, who formed in 2000. Fronted by Emily Hell, Mandy Wong and Louise Prey, they released their self-titled debut EP in 2000 on Alan McGees Poptones label. It featured former Sex P ...


Lilian Ream

Lilian Ream was a photographer in Wisbech, Isle of Ely,Cambridgeshire. Her studios went on to capture photographic images of Wisbech and the Fens for over 50 years. Although many of the original negatives were lost, more than 10.000 negatives pre ...


Gillian Lewis

Gillian Lewis is an English character actress who, after a varied stage career in the 1950s and early 60s, appeared in a number of television drama series until the late 1970s. Her best known roles were probably as the runaway heiress Geraldine M ...


Katie Pepper

Pepper together with Emma Alkazraji made up the musical group known as Pepper and Piano. Pepper and Piano got to the final of the Sky talent show, Must Be the Music which was held at Wembley Arena in September 2010. To reach the semifinals of the ...


Anna Bondareva

Anna was born June 10, 1980 in Minsk, Belarus, to a family of engineers. She studied at a grammar school, specializing in linguistics and the English language. She received a musical education in piano at the Minsk conservatory.


Marie-Armelle Deguy

1992: Antoine Rives, juge du terrorisme by Philippe Lefevre. 1999: Brigade des mineurs, Suicide dun adolescent by Michaela Watteaux. 2001: Un Pique-nique chez Osiris by Nina Companeez. 2009: Le chasseur by Nicolas Cuche. 2007: Les Tricheurs by La ...


Catherine Picart

Catherine Cecile Picart is a French biophysicist and bioengineer. She is the Head of the Department of Health at CEA Grenoble in the area of fundamental research, a professor at the Institut polytechnique de Grenoble Ecole nationale superieure de ...


Lamisi Nelson

Lamisi Nelson is a Ghanaian actress, model and businesswoman. She is best known for the television series Heels and Sneakers which is produced by Yvonne Nelson.


Priyanka Nalkari

Priyanka nalkari better known as Priyanka is an Indian film television actress and anchor who worked in many Telugu and Tamil films in a guest role. She is now playing lead role in Roja serial. She is one of the leading actresses in the television.


Narthaki Nataraj

Narthaki Nataraj is a Bharatanatyam dancer. In 2019, she was awarded the Padma Shri, making her the first transgender woman to be awarded the Padma Shri.


Shruti Sinha

Sinha met Rohan Hingorani when she participated in Roadies Xtreme and started off as friends. When they participated in Splitsvilla 11, the two confessed their feelings and started dating.


Livi Zheng

Livi Zheng is an Indonesian producer, director, actress, and stuntwoman. She began her career as a stuntwoman at the age of fifteen and has since directed Brush with Danger. Her most recent film Bali: Beats of Paradise premiered at the Academy of ...


Tina Pakravan

Tina Pakravan was born in 1977 in Tehran. She did a B.A. in movie directing from Tehran Faculty of Cinema and Theater. Her cinematic career was begun with contributing to the magazine Gozāresh-e Film in 1995, followed by her contribution to such ...


Caitilin Dubh

Caitilin Dubh, Irish poet, fl. c. 1624. Caitilin Dubhh is one of a very small number to an 18th-century Irish women poets. Her last name is unknown, oak is a nickname. Liam P. O Murchu 2003, p. 149 says "the absence of names indicates its probabl ...


Mary OBrien (writer)

Very little is known about the personal life of Mary OBrien except that she was the wife of Patrick OBrien Esq. as she wrote both under her name and as Mrs Patrick OBrien. She was in favour of Irish economic independence and an independent Irish ...


Gloria Lozano

Gloria Lozano was an actress and producer active during the golden age of Mexican cinema. She also co-wrote the 1957 film Mi influyente mujer. One Los Angeles Times reviewer described her as "a fiery actress with enormous, beautiful eyes."


Jennifer Eliogu

Jennifer Eliogu is a Nigerian actress and singer mainly notable for being an actress. In 2016, Eliogu received the Special Recognition Award at the City People Entertainment Awards for her contributions to the Nigerian movie industry. Eliogu, In ...


Henrietta Kosoko

Henrietta Kosoko was a Nollywood actress. She came into limelight in 1995 after starring in mainstream Nollywood movies like Onome and Omolade. She was married to the veteran actor Jide Kosoko.


Sana Javed

Sana Javed is a Pakistani actress. Sana played the leading role of Sanam Ali Khan alongside Feroze Khan in Blockbuster series Khaani. She also made her film debut with the socio-comedy film Mehrunisa V Lub U opposite Danish Taimoor in 2017.


Moira Huntly

Huntly was born in Motherwell in North Lanarkshire and, from 1948 to 1953, was a student at the Harrow School of Art and then studied at the Hornsey School of Art for a year. For the next six years, Huntly worked as a teacher in Maldon and then i ...


Manthe Ribane

Manthe Ribane is an artist, performer, and musician based in South Africa and the Creative Director at 113 Studios. OkayAfrica described her as a "master of Afrofuturism" in her style and aesthetic. Stoned wrote that many mediums of performance, ...


Jeon Yeo-been

Jeon Yeo-been is a South Korean actress. Jeon rose to prominence after her stunning performance in After My Death which earned her the Actress of the Year Award at the 22nd Busan International Film Festival and the Independent Star Award at the 2 ...


Concha Hidalgo

Maria Concepcion Hidalgo, was a Spanish actress, better known in TV series like Aida, La que se avecina, El internado, Hospital Central, Aguila Roja and the awarded films Goyas Ghosts, Matador, Voyage to Nowhere.


Clarita Vidal

Clarita Vidal was the stage name of an actress in Edwardian musical comedies, later known for her wartime work in Italy as Countess Chiquita Mazzuchi.


Joseph Heinrichs

Joseph Heinrichs, also known as Joseph Heinrich, was a German-American metalworker, active in New York City and Paris. Heinrichs born in vital, Adendorf, Rhine Prussia, arrived in new York on may 10, 1895 and was subsequently established in new Y ...


Liaison pilot

A liaison pilot was a World War II United States enlisted pilot, whose wings bore an "L" in the center. They flew light single engine liaison aircraft. Included were many enlisted aviation students who washed out of pilot training after having so ...


Melanie Adams

Melanie A. Adams was born in 1969, the daughter of a teacher and a librarian, and she grew up in East Hanover, New Jersey. Adams received a bachelor of arts in English and Afro-American studies at the University of Virginia. She went on to earn a ...


David Altshuler (curator)

Altshuler was the Charles E. Smith Professor of Judaic Studies at George Washington University. He was the founding Director of the Museum of Jewish heritage in new York, a position he held from 1984 until December 1999, when he became President ...


Clement Quirk Lane

Clement "Clem" Quirke Lane was the city editor for the Chicago Daily News from 1942 to 1958. Born in 1897, he joined the Chicago Daily News after high school, where during Prohibition he worked the crime beat. As described in Capone: The Life and ...


Sheldon & Savannah Jewett

Sheldon & Savannah Jewett were brothers who built covered bridges, including of the Town lattice design. A number of their works presented on the U.S. national register of historic places. Works include the attribution: Hutchins Covered Bridge, S ...


Kenneth L. Smith

Kenneth L. Smith is a former civil engineer for the National Park Service, freelance writer, photographer, author, historian, naturalist, and environmentalist. Working with the Ozark Society, he was a key activist for the formation of the Buffalo ...


Nahid Khazenie

Dr. Nahid Khazenie is a mechanical engineer who served as President of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society from 1998-1999. Khazenie finished his higher education at Michigan technological University before going on to earn multiple deg ...


Emmett Goff

Emmett Stull Goff was a pioneering horticulturist, inventor, writer and educator best known for his founding of the cherry growing industry in Door County, WI.


Peter Navarre

Peter Navarre was a prominent early settler of the Maumee valley. He was said to be a grandson of a French army officer, who visited this section in 1745. Navarre was born at Detroit in 1785, where his father before him was born. In 1807, with hi ...



Drake-Chenault Enterprises was a radio syndication company that specialized in automation on FM radio stations. The company was founded in the late-1960s by radio programmer and deejay Bill Drake, and his business partner, Lester Eugene Chenault. ...


Phoebe Judge

Judge grew up in Chicago, and attended university at Bennington College, graduating in 2005. She eventually started interning at a public radio station in Massachusetts, which led her to enroll at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.


Lauren Spohrer

Spohrer got her start in radio in 2003, when she began interning for Weekend Edition Saturday on NPR. After working as a producer for several NPR shows, she began a Master of Fine Arts at Columbia University.


Charles C. Carpenter

Charles C. Carpenter was a Boomer leader who organized and instigated the first unauthorized attempt to homestead the Unassigned Lands in Oklahoma Territory in May 1879.


Jennie V. Hughes

Jennie V. Hughes was an American Methodist missionary in China. She co-founded the Bethel Mission in Shanghai with Chinese doctor Shi Meiyu.


Etta Doane Marden

Doane was commissioned by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in 1881, in Boston, to be Congregationalist teacher in Turkey. She remained there from 1881 to 1825, serving first in Marash Maras, and later at a school in the Ge ...


Invest Financial Corporation

Invest Financial Corporation was an American full-service broker/dealer, registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the Securities Investor Protection Corporation, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and state insurance ...


Cedar Point County Park

Cedar Point County Park is a 607-acre park in East Hampton, New York that is owned by the government of Suffolk County, New York. It has commanding views of Gardiners Bay and is famed for its decommissioned lighthouse.


Grey Gardens (estate)

Grey Gardens is a 14-room house at 3 West End Road and Lily Pond Lane in the Georgica Pond neighborhood of East Hampton, New York. It is best known for having been the residence of the Beale family from 1924 to 1979, and specifically of mother an ...


Peter Larkin (production designer)

Larkin was born in 1926 in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Ruth Lily McIntire and Oliver Waterman Larkin, an art historian. Larkin was educated at the Deerfield Academy and Yale University.


Juno Morrow

Juno Morrow is an American multidisciplinary artist, designer, educator, and photographer whose work often deals with existential and ontological themes. Morrow received her B.A. from the University of Houston in 2009 and her M.F.A. from Parsons ...



In college, Messhof made games with GameMaker and Microsoft Paint software. An early game, Punishment 1, began as a group assignment in an advanced, experimental class. His other early games included Wally, Bool, Booloid, Punishment 2, and Flywre ...


Edgardo Togni

Edgardo Togni was an Argentine film producer and director who worked in his country in the from the 40s to the 60s and founded the Directores Argentinos Cinematograficos.

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