Official Website: www.davisingssinatra.com.
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An iconic screen presence, Davi worked with the biggest names in Hollywood, including Marlon Brando, Clint Eastwood, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Josh Brolin, Bruce Willis and James Franco. He has appeared in such iconic pop cultural movies as "Die Hard," "Showgirls," "The Goonies," and is considered one of the top James Bond villains of all time as Franz Sanchez in "License to Kill." His television credits are just as vast, starting with the hit NBC television series "Profiler" and continuing with "Stargate: Atlantis," and most recently "Criminal Minds." Now after 100 movies with remarkable diversity, hit television credits, and his award-winning directorial film debut "The Dukes," Davi is returning to his first love: singing.
Timothy V. Murphy
Official Website: www.timothyvmurphy.com
Timothy V Murphy was born in County Kerry, Ireland. Murphy began his career in Dublin where he trained in the Focus Theater.
Living in Los Angeles, California; Murphy is known for his roles as Galaan in the FX hit, Sons of Anarchy and Ian Doyle in Criminal Minds.
Murphy is known for the films; Disney's Lone Ranger opposite Johnny Depp; Appaloosa starring and directed by Ed Harris; Jorma Taccone's comedy Macgruber opposite Val Kilmer; National Treasure: Book of Secrets with Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris and the Indies Not That Funny opposite Tony Hale. As well as Jason Momoa's directorial debut Road to Paloma and Looms by the Funk Brothers.
A lifetime member of the Actors Studio, Murphy is an award winning stage actor and was nominated for Best Actor in Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Other awards have included best ensemble for The Lost Plays of Tennessee Williams and best revival for the Brecht Musical, Happy End.
Murphy was voted "Best Villain in American Television" for his work on Sons of Anarchy.
Jessica Marie Garcia
Jessica Marie Garcia is an American actress that has acted in the Disney Channel Original Series Liv and Maddie. She portrays the character Willow. Jessica also appears on the hit show The Middle as Becky among numerous other projects. Jessica hails from Florida. Jessica has also appeared as Vicky Santos in the TV Movie County as well as Sierra in the TV Series Huge.
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In 2003, Carnes was part of a national campaign for Nintendo which was both in print and commercial. Carnes first started acting in 2004 when he became the ninth actor to portray Lucas Jones on the ABC soap opera General Hospital from July 2004 until September 2005. After he left, General Hospital, he was replaced by Ben Hogestyn. From 2004 to 2006, Carnes had a recurring role on Desperate Housewives as Justin, the love interest of Andrew Van de Kamp, played by Shawn Pyfrom. Carnes starred in the 2004 film Eating Out and the 2006 film Surf School. He also starred in the video for the song "Mistake" by Australian actress and singer Stephanie McIntosh.
Carnes appeared in two episodes of the British science-fiction drama series Doctor Who—"Daleks in Manhattan" and "Evolution of the Daleks", in which he played Laszlo, who was turned into a half-human, half-pig slave. In the 2008 horror film Trailer Park of Terror, based on the Imperium comic series of the same name, Carnes plays an arrogant teenager called Alex. He also starred as the title character in the Syfy miniseries The Phantom, based on Lee Falk's comic strip of the same name.
It was reported on December 11, 2013, that Carnes would reprise the role of Lucas on General Hospital returning on January 17, 2014.
ABC's The Bachelor in Paradise - Grant Kemp and Lace Morris
Actors/ Tv Personalities
Official Website: http://www.donnalewis.com
Welsh singer-songwriter and record producer, best known for the 1996 pop hit single "I Love You Always Forever", and the adult contemporary chart-topper "At the Beginning" with Richard Marx. In 1997, Lewis was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Female.
After releasing her second album Blue Planet, Lewis left Atlantic Records and independently released albums Be Still and In the Pink. Her latest album Brand New Day produced by David Tornand featuring Ethan Iverson, Reid Anderson and Dave King was released on 10 March 2015
Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League.
Official Website: http://blackhawks.nhl.com/club/player.htm?id=8475807
Joakim Nordström is a Swedish professional ice hockey centre for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. He was selected by the Blackhawks in the third round, 90th overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. He won the Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 2015.
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Jessica Anne "Jess" Fishlock (born 14 January 1987) is a Welsh football midfielderwho currently plays for Melbourne City and the Wales women's national football team. She previously played for English club Bristol Academy in the FA WSL, Dutch club AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie, Glasgow City in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the Melbourne Victory in Australia's W-League, and Bundesliga club FFC Frankfurt in Germany.
John Norris (Born March 20, 1969) is a reporter who previously worked for MTV as a reporter and special correspondent for MTV News and the MTV Radio Network. He joined MTV as a writer in 1988 and became an on-air alternate for news anchor Kurt Loder in 2000. In 1992, he became the anchor for the network's morning show. From 1996-1998 he served as MTV NEWS' L.A. correspondent. In 1998 he returned to New York and in 2000 was promoted to Senior Correspondent for MTV News. He gained further notability through his reporting of special topics within politics and global issues such as with Choose or Lose and Positively Global. and has conducted many celebrity interviews.
"I guess you might say that when I was in school, I was something of an “in-between”. I wasn’t bullied particularly, though I stood up more than once for friends who were, and saw the toxic effects of daily harassment directed at those seen as “different.” But I definitely wasn’t mainstream sociable either, or one who played ball—literally or figuratively. I was a kid actor, and as time went by, increasingly interested in writing. Trust me, neither drama nor journalism nor French literature were passions that were considered particularly cool at a high school in suburban Houston.
The good news is that, like many of us, the older I got, the more confident in my skin I got. By my junior year, along with two friends, I had started an underground newspaper—which, until we got shut down by the man, actually managed to do some healthy muckraking. In my senior year, I co-founded my school’s first-ever (and long overdue) left-wing student group. Those achievements served to put something of a target on my back from the type-A douchebags at our school, and I was fine with that. There’s a beauty and power in standing up for something bigger than yourself.
I’m happy to say, I see a lot more of that happening today than when I was in school. More young people than ever are taking a stand for what they know is right, and are unwilling to tolerate bullying, abuse and discrimination. I’ve spent more than two decades covering music and pop culture and you see the changes there as well—we simply don’t tolerate intolerance in the way that we did a generation ago, and that’s an amazing and inspiring evolution to witness. I’ve lent my support in the past to organizations involved in the important fight against bullying, including GLSEN, NOH8, and The Trevor Project, and I’m happy to add to that list Amour Propre. They’ve taken the creative step of making the fight against bullying not just the right thing to do, but a fashionable thing to wear. In the words Ghandi—words that can never be repeated often enough—“The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members.”
Danny Brian McNulty is an actor and producer who's best known for playing Harvey "Harley" Keiner on Boy Meets World, then later on its spinoff Girl Meets World
Official Website: martygrimesmusic.com
Marty Grimes was born and raised in Berkeley, California, resulting in his music being heavily influenced by Bay Area sound and style. Beginning his music career in high school, Marty Grimes rapped under different aliases until settling on Marty--a childhood nickname given to him by his father. In order to pursue his music on a higher level, Marty Grimes attended Ex'pression College for Digital Arts and graduated in June 2012 with a BA in Applied Science for Sound Arts. After graduating from Ex'pression College, Marty had the opportunity to go on three nationwide tours with rapper and childhood friend G-Eazy; giving him more experience and continued motivation to create a professional quality sound of his own that his listeners could relate to. After returning from the tours, Marty is continuing to pursue his rapping career alongside producer Kevin "KDE" Beggs, a colleague who graduated the same year as Marty. Marty just released his new Album in 2015 titled "Nobody Said it was Easy "
A native of Dallas, Texas, Greg has been a natural actor and award winning- stage performer since the age of twelve. During his thirty year career with well over 70 professional credits, Greg has worked with such A-list directors as: Zack Snyder, David Lynch, Paul Verhoeven, Bob Rafelson & Milos Forman.
Greg's 2009 films include featured roles as the beleaguered "Deputy Neale" in Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009), and a dead-on performance as Andy Warhol in Zack Snyder's spring blockbuster, Watchmen (2009). His recent starring roles include Jeff Broadstreet's Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006), and Sex and Death 101 (2007), alongside Simon Baker. His upcoming films, in 2010, include co-starring roles in The Trouble with Cali (2012), directed by Paul Sorvino as well as Satin (2011) with Melissa Joan Hart and Robert Guillaume.
Greg is often recognized for his co-starring roles in Showgirls (1995) and Starship Troopers (1997). A versatile performer, Greg has also starred in a long list of television shows, such as CSI: Miami (2002), Cold Case (2003), Strong Medicine (2000), JAG(1995) and American Gothic (1995).