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Famous Women from The Past- Where Are They Now

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Women have made major contributions in the entertainment scene. They have paved the way for the entertainment sector as it is now. Do you ever wonder how your favorite famous women are doing? The following are some of them.

Kate Jackson

Kate Jackson is an American actress, producer, and director. She became famous for her roles in the series Charlie’s Angels and Scarecrow and Mrs. King. She was nominated for the Emmy Award three times and the Golden Globe Award four times. She featured in the TV film A Daughter’s Conviction in 2006 and Criminal Minds in 2007.


Jodie Foster

Jodie Foster received two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, three BAFTA Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. She began her career with an appearance in a TV advertisement in 1965 when she was only three. She later appeared in films especially for Disney. She became a teenage star and later on an adult actress. She now focuses on directing and acts a few roles. She directed the film Money Monster which was released in 2016.


Bo Derek

Bo Derek is a film and television actress. She became famous for her role in the film 10. She was one of the most famous sex symbols of the 1980s. Her husband, John Derek, introduced her to the industry and directed most of her roles in films including the Ape Man ad Tarzan. She is still an actress and recently features in the TV movie The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time.

Pam Grier

Pam Grier was a popular movie star in the 70s. She played bold characters in the films such as The Big Bird Cage Sheba, and Coffy. She received a Golden Globe Award as Best Actress for her role in the film Jackie Brown. She featured in the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare video game. She recently featured in the TV show This Is US.


Debbie Harry

Debbie Harry is an American model, actress, singer, and songwriter. She was popular as the lead singer for the band Blondie. Her recordings with the band often topped the charts in the United States and the UK. She has acted in more than 60 films and TV programs. In 2017, she recorded an Amazon live event and in 2018, she was featured in Soul Train by Just Loud.

Beverly Johnson

Beverly Johnson was an American supermodel in the 1980s and 90s. She is also a businesswoman, actress, and singer. She was the first African American model to feature on the cover of Vogue in 1974. In 2008, the New York times named her one of the most influential people in fashion in the 20th century. In 2010, she featured in Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns and in 2012, she featured in Beverly’s Full House. In 2015, her memoir ‘The Face That Changed It All’ was released.

Dianne West

Dianne West is an America actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the films Bullets over Broadway and Hannah and Her Sisters. Diane West’s acting career is still active. In 2010, she featured in the film Rabbit Hole and in 2015, she featured in the Sisters. She currently features in the CBS comedy Life In Pieces.

Maureen McCormick

McCormick featured in the 1970s show ‘The Brady Bunch.’ She was also a model and she started to win pageant shows at a young age. She appeared on commercials for various products. She played guest roles in TV shows before her big break. In the last decade, McCormick has dedicated her time to sharing her struggles as an actress. She has featured in the shows Dancing With the Stars and Celebrity Fit Club.


Cher, born Cherilyn Sarkisian, is an American singer and actress. She was popularly called the Goddess of pop. She dropped out of school at age 16, took acting classes and began her career in Hollywood. She featured in the films Good Times, Chastity, and more. Her tours include Che r in Concert, Do You Believe, and Dressed to Kill Tour. Her most recent tour is the Here we Go Again Tour.

Olivia Newton John

Olivia is popularly known as Sandy. She featured in a Few Best Men and Sordid Lives: The Series. She is an English-Australian actress, entrepreneur, activist, singer, and songwriter. She won the Grammy Awards four times. Olivia is still goes on tours. In 2015, she was a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race. She had breast cancer and in 2017, it metastasized to her lower back.


Kim Basinger

Kim Basinger is an actress, singer, and former fashion model. She had a successful modeling career in the 70s and she used the opportunity to get into acting. She starred in many TV films and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film L.A Confidential. Her most recent role was in the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey in 2017.

Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher was an actress, writer, and comedian. She started her career in 1975 when she featured in the movie ‘The Shampoo.’ She played Princess Leila in Star Wars. Her movie roles made her an international star. She died in December 2016.

Raquel Welch

Raquel Welch was a sex idol in the 1960s. She had a brief role in the film One Million Years but it earned her immense popularity. She featured in many films but she is more popular as a sex symbol than an actress. According to Playboy Magazine, she was the most desired woman in the 70s. In 2007, she became the face of MAC cosmetics. In 2008, she was the spokeswoman for Foster Grant’s reading glasses campaign.

Faye Dunaway

The actress started her career in the 1960s. She became popular after featuring in the film Bonnie and Clyde in 1967. She received an Oscar nomination for her role. She featured in more films including The Towering Inferno and Network. She is now starring in the Amazon series Hand of God and is expected to feature in Bye Bye Man!

Rene Russo

Rene Russo was a popular fashion model. She appeared on the covers of magazines such as Vogue and Cosmopolitan. She started acting in the 80s and featured in Major League, Outbreak, and other films. In 2005, she played a role in Yours, Mine, and Ours. In 2011, she features in Nightcrawler. She is still an actress and recently featured in The Intern.


Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour was born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg. She got her name in reference to King Henry VIII’s third wife. Seymour became a sex symbol in the 70s after her role in Live and Let Die in 1973. She also featured in East of Eden, La Revolution Francaise, and more. In 2016, she starred in The Vortex and in 2018, she posed for Playboy.

Diahann Carroll

Diahann Carroll is an actress. She was one of the first African American women to feature in films in the 60s. She featured in the series Julia and later on started the Diahann Carroll show. She is still an actress and she featured in Grey’s Anatomy and White Collar.

Talia Shire

Talia Shire is most popular for her role in the films The Godfather and Rocky Series. She received a nomination for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress among other nominations. In 2002, she appeared in the film Kiss the Bride and in 2004, she appeared in Homo Erectus and I Heart Huckabees. She featured in Dreamland in 2016.

Vanessa Williams

In 1983, Vanessa Williams made history as the first African American woman to win the Miss America crown. She was later asked to resign from the position after nude photographs she shot years prior were published without her consent. Not one to be held down, Williams persisted in pursuing a film and music career and released several top-performing singles through the late 1980s and 1990s. From 2006-10, she appeared as Wilhelmina Slater in the television show “Ugly Betty” and played a recurring character in “Desperate Housewives.” Williams still performs regularly, particularly for holiday concerts, and maintains an active presence on social media.

Suzanne Somers

Suzanne Somers’ career took off in the 1970s as one of three roommates in the ABC sitcom “Three’s Company,” but many will remember her as the spokesperson for the Thighmaster exercise aid in a series of infomercials in the early 1990s. In 2015, Somers participated on “Dancing with the Stars.” Somers routinely posts about health and fitness on her Instagram account and has been at the center of several controversies related to discussions of her use of bioidentical hormone therapy and alternative cancer treatments.

Denise Austin

Denise Austin’s career in aerobics started with an early interest in gymnastics that led to a scholarship offer from the University of Arizona. Austin is the face of aerobics for many due to her long-running “Getting Fit with Denise Austin” program on ESPN and subsequent daily aerobics shows on Lifetime Television. Austin continues to promote daily exercise through social media and her Denise Austin website.

Anjelica Huston

The daughter of director John Huston and granddaughter of actor Walter Huston, Anjelica Huston started acting in small roles in her father’s films in the 1960s. She spent several years as a successful model in the 1970s before taking a studious approach to acting in the 1980s. She appeared in numerous successful films including the television miniseries “Lonesome Dove.” In the early 1990s, she struck a chord as the matriarch in “The Addams Family” and “Addams Family Values” and as the evil stepmother in “Ever After.” Huston’s memoirs were published in 2013 and 2014, and the actress remains active with roles in three 2019 films.

Diane Lane

Diane Lane’s film career started as a teen actress in the 1979 film “A Little Romance.” She received a great deal of acclaim and industry recognition for her work in “Unfaithful” in 2002 which was followed by the successful “Under the Tuscan Sun.” Lane still works in films with a 2019 appearance as a love interest for Matthew McConaughey in the film “Serenity.” She is slated to appear in an upcoming FX series and performs on Broadway.

Margot Kidder

Lois Lane to Christopher Reeve’s “Superman” in the 1978 film and subsequent releases, Margot Kidder’s career was often halted by mental health problems and later, physical health problems. Kidder died in May 2018 at her home in Montana. Her death was ruled a suicide by alcohol and drug overdose.

Sigourney Weaver

For a generation of fans, Sigourney Weaver will always be Ripley from the “Alien” films, but a new generation also recognizes her for her role as Dr. Grace Augustine in the “Avatar” movies. Weaver will appear as the character in four new “Avatar” films and routinely appears in other projects.

Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields roles in “Pretty Baby” and “The Blue Lagoon” led to controversy in the 1970s and her appearances in Calvin Klein jean ads made her a sex symbol of the 1980s. In the 1990s, Shields led a successful sitcom, “Suddenly Susan,” and gained new notoriety due to her honest exploration of postpartum depression. She still appears regularly in television productions and most recently appeared in several episodes of “Jane the Virgin.”

Andie MacDowell

Perhaps best known for her turns in “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “Groundhog Day,” MacDowell has held leading roles in multiple TV shows in recent years, including “Jane by Design” and the Hallmark production “Cedar Cove.” Her next big project is a “Four Weddings and a Funeral” television production.

Sissy Spacek

Sissy Spacek catapulted to stardom in the lead role of “Carrie” in a 1976 film adaptation of the Stephen King book focused on a teen with telekinetic powers. A few years later, she appeared in the award-winning Loretta Lynn biopic “Coal Miner’s Daughter” and has stayed active through the past four decades. She most recently appeared in television shows “Homecoming” and “Castle Rock” in 2018.

Debra Winger

Debra Winger’s rode to stardom on a mechanical bull in the 1980 film “Urban Cowboy” and received an Academy Award nomination for her turn in the 1982 film “An Officer and a Gentleman” and a second nomination for “Terms of Endearment” in 1984. Winger appeared on “The Ranch” from 2016-2018.

Molly Ringwald

The popularity leader of the brat pack despite her depictions in the films of the era, Molly Ringwald remains a fixture in pop culture. In recent years, she has achieved notoriety as a writer of op-eds regarding her earlier career and other cultural issues. Ringwald currently appears on “Riverdale” on the CW.

Kathy Smith

Kathy Smith is a noted fitness enthusiast and aerobics instructor with dozens of videos to her credit ranging from pregnancy fitness to kickboxing to Pilates. In recent years, Smith partnered with BeachBody to produce a series of exercise videos and still promotes and health and fitness content and concepts on her website and social media.

Shelley Long

Half of one of history’s most dynamic sparring match TV relationships, Shelley Long hit it big with her role as Diane Chambers on “Cheers.” Her stints on the show and combative relationship with Cheers owner Sam Malone persisted for several seasons before Long left to pursue other career opportunities. However, she returned for one of the more memorable season finales of modern television. Long continues to appear in various television shows.


Kathleen Turner

Known for her role in “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” Kathleen Turner has also appeared in several comedic roles, including an Ingrid Bergman knockoff in the Neil Simon production “The Cheap Detective.” Turner most recently appeared in a speaking role in a Metropolitan Opera production.


Shirley MacLaine

Shirley MacLaine’s career launched with dramatic roles in classic films like “The Apartment” in the 1960s, but she was reintroduced to a new generation of fans in instant hits like “Steel Magnolias” in 1989. She later became known for her interest in New Age practices and techniques. MacLaine remains active in film with a 2018 appearance as grandmother in the live action “The Little Mermaid.” As of April 2019, she has three films in post-production.

Cheryl Ladd

Cheryl Ladd became a second generation angel on the 1970s television hit “Charlie’s Angels” following the departure of Farah Fawcett. Ladd’s most recent appearances have been in made-for-television movies, such as the 2018 film “The Christmas Contract.”

Sondra Locke

Sondra Locke was noted for her many roles in Clint Eastwood films in the 1980s. She was in a relationship with the actor/director at the time, and her career stalled with the demise of their partnership. Locke said she was effectively blackballed as she pursued acting and director roles independently. She died in November 2018.


Scientists Are Reviewing Household Amazon Products, And We Can’t Stop Giggling

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Amazon is a great place for getting just about anything. But if you don’t read the reviews, you might not get what you pay for. If you’re one of those people who does this on every item that you’re thinking about purchasing, then you might want to hold on to your seat because you’re about to laugh so hard that you might not be able to compose yourself.

Scientists started reviewing products on Amazon, and you might be surprised what common household items can be used for. Who would have known that people who work in the sciences could have such great sense of humor?

We all know what paintbrushes are used for, but they might be good for people who work in neuroscience. This scientist says that these artist paintbrushes can be good for manipulating 20-micron sections of bird or fish brains in a cryostat of -20 degrees Celsius. No one would have guessed.

Vaseline is often used as a moisturizer for dry skin, but no one would have guessed that it can be mixed with skunk essence to lure black bears into a snare. According to this scientist, she only wished it would come in larger sizes because she wanted to order large amounts of it. Who would have known that such a common item had such a specialized use?

According to this scientist, colored nail polish is an essential item for any tropical first aid kit. You can use it to clear out baby maggots. Just apply it to the larvae and leave it there until it dies. After that, you can just pull it out of the area. According to

this scientist, it can be a great way to keep track of infestations throughout the season. That’s good to know in case I need to go trekking through the Amazon.

While colored nail polish can be great for people who need to do field work in a tropical hellhole, clear nail polish can be great for sealing coverslips on microscope slides. But this scientist warned people not to use the sparkly kind. Makes sense.

We all know that it’s called “superglue” for a reason. It can be used for anything from fixing a broken coffee mug to reattaching something from a sculpture or figurine, but no one would have thought that it can be used for attaching RFID tags and radio transmitters to bees. The only problem is that an angry bee can instantly attach to human skin. While it would no doubt be an unpleasant experience, you can’t stop laughing at this one.

According to this scientist, a gas-powered leaf blower/mulcher from Ryobi can make a great way to get insect samples from vegetation. He just sews some small mesh bags that he attaches with a rubber band to keep them from being chopped up. Who would have thought that a common garden appliance can be helpful for people who are involved in the study of insects?

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Family Dog Grabs Baby By Its Diaper, Then Mom Sees the Surprising Reason Why

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A young mother saw how her 17-month old little baby was grabbed and hurled by her dog and she was totally shocked. But after a closer examination, she made an incredible discovery of why the loyal dog did such act.

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Loyal Dog Protected Injured Sister Stranded On Railroad Tracks For Days

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It Seemed To Be Very Bad

Denis Malafeyev felt his heart paralyzed when he saw the train approaching. On the railroad was an injured dog that couldn’t move. He prepared for the worst but then something unbelievable happened. A dog appeared like an angel and stole the hearts of many on the Internet.


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The Case of the Ever-Growing Nose – Medical Kindness in Action

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Young people are constantly afraid how they look will reflect on their social status and getting through teenagehood. So imagine how fearful and frustrating it could be if, beginning with the most socially impressionable phase of a young life, your nose started growing uncontrollably. This is exactly what happened to one young lady from Louisiana, Pamela Ichard.

Pamela grew up with a very normal childhood. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary and looking at all her school photos, nobody would notice anything out of the ordinary. However, at 15 and going through her worst phase of acne, Pamela realized her facial changes were not temporary and something more serious was occurring. The acne was more severe, and the actual surface of her skin was transforming around her nose. Everyone thought it was just a bad case of acne that she would grow out of, like every teenager before. Unfortunately, that was not the case.

What was actually happening to Pamela was a skin condition known as Rosacea. It would progress into most of her adult life, but as a teenager she had no idea. Pamela simply thought she was unlucky kid with bad acne. In her 20s though the difference in her nose became apparent. No longer did she have the thin cute nose of her childhood. Instead, her nose was already larger, rounder and more pronounced. This became very evidence as Pamela entered motherhood and had two children. What she thought at first was just a skin reaction turned out to be permanent disfigurement of Pamela’s nose. In addition, the rest of the skin around her nasal area and cheeks changed texture and become rougher and uneven. As her children grew older, Pamela resigned herself to a more and more pronounced facial feature without any solution or cure.

By the time Pamela was 46, she had lived with her form of Rosacea for more than 30 years. Specifically, her severe condition is known as Rhinophyma. The exact reason why it affected Pamela is unknown but the physical deformation is obvious, and in her case literally on the front of her face, a practically unavoidable situation in terms of being seen. This affected Pamela psychologically, changing her temperament from a happy young person to a chronically unhappy adult. And it was not as if Pamela didn’t seek help; she tried multiple doctors and ten times as many prescriptions. However, none of the drugs or medicines prescribed had any effect. Instead, her condition just seemed to get worse.

Finally, being a 2016 case on a TV show called the Doctors, Pamela let the entertainment world see her condition on the off chance someone medically might have a solution. It worked; Dr. Ann Zedlitz agreed to take on the case surgically and help Pamela. The results were amazing. Pamela finally had a normal-looking nose and face again after three decades of suffering. And best of all, the surgery was provided for free. Since the surgery Pamela has begun enjoying her life again and, best of all, she’s smiling again.

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Identical Triplets Take DNA Test Just To Discover The Truth

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The Dahm Triplets have shared an intriguing life story full of twists and turns. From their humble small town to the showbiz screens of Hollywood, they have seen and done it all! Here is an interesting look at how things turned bizarrely unexpected in March 2017, reshaping their destinies.

The Dahm Triplets

The Triplets were born on December 12th 1977 in Jordan, Minnesota. They were born and named Nicole, Erica and Jaclyn in that order. They definitely look alike with their blue eyes and blonde hair.

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