What an awesome actor, not to mention a real cutie with a warm personality! Mark Ruffalo was born Mark Alan Ruffalo on November 22, 1967 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His mother, Marie Rose (née Hebert), is a hairdresser and stylist, and his father, Frank Lawrence Ruffalo, Jr., worked as a construction painter. Mark has two sisters, Tania and Nicole, and a brother, Scott, who died in December 2008.
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Wow, does anyone else remember this cereal from 1975? I have been searching for anything on this cereal forever and finally found some info on it! I remember the big smiles on the cereal and the yummy taste that reminded me of Cap’n Crunch, which I loved as well. I still have one of the little toy prizes that came with this cereal, it is a walking robot figure.
Hello Kitty’s real name is Kitty White and she was born in the suburbs of London, England on November 1. Kitty lives in a red roof little white house at a suburban town 20km from London. The name of the town is unknown, but the population is roughly around 20,000. It takes about 25 minutes to get there by car, and about 30 minutes by bus.
This series is on the 2012 Fall line-up and is scheduled to air on ABC Sunday nights at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central, after Revenge. 666 Park Avenue stars:
Terry O’Quinn (“Lost,” “Millennium,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Alias,” “The West Wing,” “Jag”) as Gavin Doran, the building’s owner and the series’ primary antagonist.
Vanessa Williams (“Desperate Housewives,” “Ugly Betty,” Shaft, Soul Food) as Olivia Doran, the coldly beautiful and sophisticated wife of the building’s owner.
Gavin and Olivia recruit an idealistic young couple, Jane and Henry, to manage the historic site which has a dark past.
Okay I was thinking about this show I saw quite a while back and decided to do some research on it…
The show was an episode from the late 1950’s – early 1960’s TV show One Step Beyond…
A quick synopsis on One Step Beyond – The show was out about the same time as the popular The Twilight Zone. It lasted three seasons on ABC from 1959 to 1961, ninety-six episodes were filmed. This program sought out ‘real’ stories of the supernatural, including ghosts, disappearances, monsters, etc., and re-creating them for each episode. No solutions to these mysteries were ever found, and viewers could only scratch their heads and wonder, “what if it’s real?” Each episode of One Step Beyond had a different cast. Many had well-known guest stars in the lead roles. The program was hosted by John Newland.
Chris Hemsworth was born on August 11,1983 in Melbourne, Australia. He is the middle of three boys; Luke (older) and Liam (younger) are both actors.
Chris first gained public attention when he played Kim Hyde on the Australian soap opera Home and Away from 2004 until 2007. He originally auditioned for the role of Robbie Hunter, but he was turned down by the Home and Away producers and the role went to Jason Smith. Of joining Home and Away, Hemsworth said “The role in Home and Away is consistent work for me and is a great experience. It is so fast-paced and basically it allows me to learn a lot a lot about the industry.” He left the show in 2007 to focus on his film career.
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl is a Sid and Marty Krofft live action children’s television series that debuted on ABC during the 1976-77 season (as part of Krofft Supershow’s first season). Here’s a little synopsis, Electra Woman and Dynagirl were two ladies, Lori and Judy, that were writers for Newsmaker magazine, but when trouble calls they become Electra Woman and Dyna Girl! I can just see them now in their skintight spandex, orange and yellow capes and supergal go-go boots. In a bright flash of light called an “Electra-Change” they would slide down a hidden shaft in their bachelorette pad, hop in the Electracar, and use an array of technically advanced gadgets to thwart an eclectic collection of supervillains. They are assisted by Frank Heflin, a scientist who stays at their “ElectraBase” while keeping in continual contact with the pair through their wrist devices “ElectraComs”.
Katy Perry was born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson on October 25, 1984 in Santa Barbara, California. She started singing at an early age in her parents’ ministry in their church between the ages of 9 and 17. She grew up listening to gospel music, was not allowed to listen to what her mother called “secular music”, and attended Christian schools and camps. She also learned to dance when she was young. She got her GED and after that decided to leave school to pursue a music career. Katy says she started singing “because [she] was at that point in [her] childhood where [she] was copycatting [her] sister and everything she [would do]. She would take her sister’s cassette tapes and rehearse the music and perform in front of her parents and they suggested she take vocal coaching. She took their advice and took lessons from the age of 9 until she was 16.
Tootsie Roll Pops are known for the catch phrase “How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?”. The phrase was first introduced in an animated commercial which debuted on U.S. television in 1970.
The dialogue to the 60-second version is as follows:
Questioning Boy (Buddy Foster): Mr. Cow…
Mr. Cow (Frank Nelson): Yeeeeesss!!?
Boy: How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?!
Mr. Cow: I don’t know, I always end up biting. Ask Mr. Fox, for he’s much cleverer than I.
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