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  • acters and actresses

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    Actors and Actress Actors and Actresses are some of the most driven, courageous people on the face of the earth. They deal with more day-to-day rejection in one year than most people do in a lifetime. Each day, actors/actress face the financial challenge of living a freelance lifestyle, the disrespect of people who think they should get 'real' jobs, and their own fear that they'll never work again. Every day they have to ignore the possibility that the vision to which they have dedicated their lives

  • Spanish Actors and Actresses

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    Spanish Actors and Actresses Benicio del Toro When Benicio Del Toro first announced to his father and siblings that he intended to pursue a career in acting, they didn't take the news very well. As Del Toro told one interviewer, "My family freaked when I told them I wanted to be an actor. It was like telling them I wanted to be an astronaut. On top of that, it was like saying that in order to be an astronaut, I was going to have to drive a cab in New York for five years. " The family

  • Boy-Actresses and the Character of Rosalind in As You Like It

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    Boy-Actresses and the Character of Rosalind in As You Like It When Shakespeare wrote his plays, women were not permitted to perform on stage, so boys played all of the female characters.  Unlike many apprenticeships, a boy learning to become an actor had no set age at which to begin and no set length of how long to study, but they usually began around the age of ten and continued playing women or adolescent roles for about seven years.  These boys were apprenticed to a specific actor within

  • Audra Mcdonald: The Most Famous Actresses Of Mcdonald

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    Audra McDonald Audra McDonald, one of the most celebrated actresses of Broadway, as a five time Tony Award winner, Audra holds the title for the most Tony Awards won by any actress on Broadway, Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris also share this title. Audra is a Juilliard graduate, and easily one of the most talented women alive. Born in Berlin, Germany to Stanley and Anna Macdonald on July 3rd, 1970, She has one sister named Alison. Audra possessed the stage presence and energy needed for a Broadway

  • A Comparison of the Representation of the Afro-American Actresses Hattie McDaniel and Whoopie Goldberg in the Scam Scenes of Gone With the Wind

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    A Comparison of the Representation of the Afro-American Actresses Hattie McDaniel and Whoopie Goldberg in the Scam Scenes of Gone With the Wind Gone with the wind was released in 1939 and was directed by Victor Fleming. The film tells the epic tale of a woman's life during one of the most tumultuous periods in America's history. From her young, innocent days on a feudalistic plantation to the war-torn streets of Atlanta, from the utmost luxury to absolute starvation and poverty and from

  • Actors and Actresses of the 50s: Vivien Leigh, Audrey Hepburn, Marlon Brando, Grace Kelly, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Bing Crosb

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    business; such as the invention of the teleprompter, TV’s first soap opera, “The Little Rascals” TV show, and the “I Love Lucy” TV show. But the most important thing about the entertainment in the 50s was the actors and actresses. Through out the 50s there were hundreds of actors and actresses. To name a few Vivien Leigh, Audrey Hepburn, Marlon Brando ,Grace Kelly, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Dandridge, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, and Doris Day. Each of these

  • Gap In Hollywood: The Gender Pay Gap In Hollywood

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    pay gap was a problem in the past and it is now. Hollywood has a gender pay gap and that came to my surprise. I would of never thought the industry that makes billions of dollars through movies and television shows would pay women less than men. Actresses and film executives are paid less than their male colleagues (Khon). It is absurd that women in Hollywood do not have equal pay. It is illegal to pay a woman less than a man that are doing the same work.The Equal Pay Act of 1963 was passed to make

  • Analysis Of The Colour Of Class: Classifying Race In The Philadelphia Story

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    Social Identities 7.3 (2001): 409-19. Taylor & Francis. Web. 4 Dec. 2015. In this article, written by Ann Ducille, the topic of the specific roles that Black actors and actresses can play in films and television according to the white populace is examined. Conversely, Ducille discusses the roles of Black actors and actresses that are commonly offered within the industry, but are not considered acceptable to the Black population. More specifically, the film Philadelphia Story is analyzed. Released

  • Eating Disorders and The Media

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    movies influence teenage girls on what they believe their body image should be. The images they show set the standard of what is considered physically attractive in our society. With the use of photoshop, media depicts falsified images of models and actresses to create a perfected look that is unattainable by the average woman. This creates a desire among teenage girls to look like these stars that are often shown. When teenage girls look at these images, they compare themselves to those images, and then

  • Film Analysis: Half The Sky

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    the film, famous actresses or models like Eva Mendes play the role of narratives of the film and there are long parts in the film where the actresses are asked about their feelings towards the oppression. However, The actresses lacked background knowledge of the oppression in the countries. After seeing and hearing the stories from the girls, the actresses are shocked and they even shed tears. This may shift the audience’s focus from the girls who are oppressed to the actresses who sympathize with