Cherry Jones (1956-)
Cherry Jones is a film, television, and theatre actress from America. She is known for her work in the 1995 revival of the play ‘The Heiress’, the 2005 original production of ‘Doubt’, Fox’s action-thriller TV series ‘24’, and the dystopian drama web series ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. She has been nominated for the Tony Award five times, winning twice. She has also won one Emmy Award and three Drama Desk Awards. A native of Tennessee, Jones harboured theatrical ambitions since she was a child. Encouraged by her parents, she took lessons under a local drama teacher and eventually graduated from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama.
Goldie Hawn (1945-)
Goldie Hawn is an iconic Academy Award Award actress and producer who has worked in the American film industry for more than three decades, entertaining her audience with her theatrics and artistic antics. Often touted as one of the most bankable stars of the 20th century, Hawn belted out hits after hits, mastering all genres, be it comedy, satire or drama. As for her career graph, Hawn has had her share of downfalls, but every time, she managed to rise like a phoenix to outshine her peers and emerge as the ‘It’ girl, a tag she earned after starring in the career-transforming sketch comedy series, ‘Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In’. The show not just brought her international stardom and fanfare but also acted as a catalyst for her career in films.
Juliet Mills (1941-)
Juliet Mills is a British-American actress who is recognized for her extensive body of work on stage, TV and in films. Born to celebrated actors, Sir John Mills and Mary Hayley Bell, Mills made her way into films as a toddler and later as a child actress. However, it was her role as Pamela in the play ‘Five Finger Exercise’ that ultimately brought her recognition. Though she successfully juggled between television and films with seamless ease in the 1960s, she started focusing increasingly on television in the 1970s. Her role in the film ‘The Rare Breed’ was one of the highlights of her early year in cinema, she also acted in shows, such as ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E’ and ‘Ben Casey’ in the 60s.
Jimmi Simpson (1975-)
Jimmi Simpson is an American actor who has become a household name for starring in TV shows like ‘House of Cards’, ‘Westworld’ and ‘Breakout Kings’. He has worked in around 50 TV shows and films in his two decades long acting career. Touted as ‘Hollywood’s Favorite Creep’, Jimmi excels in playing hyper-intelligent, weird and freaky characters. He is also known for his roles on comedy shows like ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’. His love affair with acting started on stage, and he performed in four seasons at the ‘Williamstown Theatre Festival’ in Massachusetts. He starred in Broadway’s play ‘The Farnsworth Invention’ in 2008 and won a ‘Theatre World Award’ for his performance as Philo T. Farnsworth.
Carly Rae Jepsen (1985-)
Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian singer, songwriter as well as an actress. There are very few celebrities who shot to fame with their debut performance and needless to say that Carly Rae Jepsen surely comes in that top list. YouTube witnessed a sensational delectation with Carly Rae’s single ‘Call Me Maybe’. It was acknowledged to be a path-breaking song worldwide. Her song ruled the chartbusters in dozens of countries for a long period of time. The tune of this song was so appealing that even famous celebrities across the globe did not shy away from indulging themselves grooving to its moves. Ever since her first hit, there has been no looking back for this pop star. Her mark in Broadway is also worth mentioning which gained her a loyal, matured audience.
Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901)
Empress Frederick was the Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia by marriage to German Emperor Frederick III. Born as Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise and also known as ‘Victoria, Princess Royal’, she became famous as Empress Frederick after her husband’s death. The eldest child of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert, she was the heiress to the throne, in line to succeed her mother as queen of the United Kingdom, until the birth of her younger brother. She was a bright young girl and received a good education—she was well versed in different languages and was also taught science, literature, philosophy, and history. She also developed a keen interest in astronomy later on.
Brie Bella (1983-)
Brianna Monique Danielson, better known by ring name Brie Bella, is an American pro wrestler (presently on an extended break), model and actress famous as one-half of ‘The Bella Twins’, the other half being her twin sister, Nikki. She along with Nikki, also a pro wrestler, model and actress, are signed to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE), and has performed several times as tag team. Brie is an ambassador for WWE and has remained the WWE Divas Champion once. The twins garnered much attention as tag team partners in the ring by practicing ‘Twin Magic’, switching positions at the back of referee to take an upper hand on the game. She also teamed up with male wrestlers in mixed tag team matches.