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Brie Bella

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Brie Bella

Brianna Monique Danielson[8][9] (née Garcia-Colace; born November 21, 1983) is an American retired professional wrestler. She appeared frequently with her twin sister Nikki as The Bella Twins. She is also a former WWE Divas Champion. Early life Brianna Monique Garcia-Colace was born in San Diego, California, and raised on a farm in Scottsdale, Arizona.[10] She was born sixteen minutes after her twin sister, Nicole, to parents Jon Garcia and Kathy Colace.[11] She is of Mexican and Italian descent.[5] Keen soccer enthusiasts, she along with her sister played for the Scottsdale club in elementary school. She graduated from Chaparral High School in 2002.[11] She then returned to San Diego for college,[10] and relocated to Los Angeles a year later, where she worked as a waitress at the Mondrian Hotel while trying to find an agent.[11] She then started modeling, acting, and doing promotional work.[5][12] She made her first national TV appearance on the Fox reality show Meet My Folks.[11][13] Following this appea

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Ashley Iaconetti

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Ashley Iaconetti

Ashley Nicole Iaconetti Haibon [1] (born March 6, 1988) is an American television personality and journalist notable for being a contestant on several series in The Bachelor television franchise, including The Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise, and The Bachelor Winter Games. Personal life Iaconetti Haibon was born on March 6, 1988 in Great Falls, Virginia. She is of Italian and English descent. Iaconetti Haibon attended Langley High School and James Madison University. She later earned a masters degree in Broadcasting and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University.[2] In March 2018, Iaconetti Haibon started dating Bachelor in Paradise castmate Jared Haibon.[3] They got engaged in June 2018. They live together in West Hollywood, California.[4] On August 11, 2019 they married in Newport Rhode Island at Rosecliff Mansion. Career The Bachelor franchise In 2015, Iaconetti Haibon appeared in season 19 of The Bachelor, competing for Chris Soules.[5] She shared her season with another contestant named Ashley, Ashl

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Alan Ball (American football)

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Alan Ball (American football)

Alan Sheffield Ball (born March 29, 1985) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Chicago Bears. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He played college football at the University of Illinois. He was a contestant on the 35th season of Survivor (Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers), where he placed 15th. Early years Ball attended Saint Martin de Porres High School in Detroit, Michigan where he helped his team win the 2001 state championship in football. He finished with 15 interceptions, including six in his senior season postseason. Also a standout track & field athlete, Ball received All-State honors after winning back-to-back 110-meter hurdles state titles as a junior and senior.[1] College career Ball accepted a football scholarship from the University of Illinois. He appeared in 7 games with 5 starts as a freshman, making 44 tackles, 4 passes defensed and one fo

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Eden Wood

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Eden Wood

Eden Wood (born February 18, 2005 in Arkansas) is an American actress and reality television star. She is known for her role as Darla in The Little Rascals Save the Day, and her many appearances on the reality television show Toddlers & Tiaras.[1][2] Career Following her first Toddlers & Tiaras appearance in 2009, Wood appeared on Nightline, The View, Good Morning America, and The Talk to talk about the controversies of the child beauty pageant world. In 2011, it was announced that she would be filming her own reality show, set to air on the television channel Logo called Eden's World.[3] Personal life Wood is an only child. Her mother, Mickie Wood, had her at age 40 and appeared on screen with her in Toddlers & Tiaras.[4] References Canning, Andrea; Parise, Sabrina. "Six-Year-Old Beauty Queen, Eden Wood Retires". abcnews.go.com. Retrieved 28 October 2017. Kit, Borys. "'Toddlers & Tiaras' Star Nabs Darla Role in 'Little Rascals' Movie (Exclusive)". Hollywoodreporter.com. Retrie

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Alina Bolshakova

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Alina Bolshakova

Alina Bolshakova (Russian: Алина Большакова[3]) is a Latvian-born ballerina, actress, and voice actress. Alina was born and raised in Riga, Latvia where she professionally studied ballet. At the age of 17, she moved to CA to pursue her career in acting. Bolshakova has portrayed Tecmessa in the play Ajax in Iraq.[4] She was the winner of the fourth season of the Food Network show Worst Cooks in America.[5][6] Now she teaches ballet and is a certified GYROTONIC Instructor.[7] References "The Worst of the Worst". Worst Cooks in America. February 17, 2013. Event occurs at 9:41. Food Network. Retrieved April 25, 2018. "Рижанка стала худшим поваром Америки" (in Russian). Delfi.lv. Retrieved 18 November 2015. История успеха: Алина Большакова. (Худший повар Америки) Nichols, David C. "'Ajax in Iraq' at Miles Memorial Playhouse". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 18 November 2015. "Alina Bolshakova Talks Bobby Flay, Worst Cooks in America Lessons and More". Retrieved 18 November 2015. Russo, Maria. "O

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Ben Driebergen

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Ben Driebergen

Ben R. Driebergen is an American Marine Corps veteran and reality television personality, best known for competing on and winning Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers. Early life Driebergen attended Capital High School in Boise, Idaho. When he was about 12 years old, his father came out to the family and his parents separated. After graduating in 2001, he eventually enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.[1] During his time in the Marines, he served in Iraq, attaining the rank of Lance Corporal.[2] Once, while stationed in Fallujah, he came across an elderly couple that couldn't evacuate the city due to the wife's illness. As other civilians were being cleared out of the place, LCpl. Driebergen and his squad agreed to watch over them. After a week of protecting the two civilians, the couple was able to make it out of town on their own, unharmed.[3] Survivor In 2017, Driebergen participated in Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers, the 35th season of Survivor. He was initially placed on the Levu

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Bianca Bonnie

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Bianca Bonnie

Bianca Dupree (born July 1, 1991), known as Bianca Bonnie (formerly Young B), is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and television personality.[1] Born in Harlem, New York, she first gained recognition after being featured on Webstar's debut album Caught in the Web (2006). The lead single "Chicken Noodle Soup" peaked at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Dupree's signature song. Personal life Bianca Bonnie was born on July 1, 1991 to Ronald and Ellen Dupree In Harlem, New York and they had five children and she was the third of the five children. She grew up in Jefferson Projects and was a part of the Rich Girls group. She was educated from Essex Street Academy after she was enrolled in New York University.[2] 2015-Present In 2015, Dupree was cast in the sixth season of the VH1 reality television series Love & Hip Hop: New York,[3] eventually becoming a regular cast member of the seventh and eighth season.[4] Discography The 9th Year (2016) 10 Plus (2018) Filmography Televisio

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Cirie Fields

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Cirie Fields

Cirie Fields (born July 18, 1970)[1] is an American nurse and reality TV personality who competed on four seasons of Survivor. Early life Fields was born on July 18, 1970 in Jersey City, New Jersey.[1] She grew up partially in Norwalk, Connecticut[2] with her sisters Karla and Cicely, and her brother Kenneth. She once worked as a surgical instrumentalist, home care provider, candy factory worker, and telemarketer. She studied nursing at St. Francis Nursing School in New Castle, Pennsylvania, where she earned her degree. She went on to work as a clinical coordinator at Norwalk Hospital Surgical Center.[3] Survivor Fields has participated in four different seasons of Survivor, and has even been praised by series host Jeff Probst for being a self-proclaimed couch potato who "got up off the couch to live their adventure".[4] Panama Fields first gained fame on Survivor: Panama — Exile Island. Originally cast as a member of Casaya, the tribe made up of the oldest women in the game, she was at risk of being th

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Lyrica Anderson

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Lyrica Anderson

Lyrica Anderson-Bentley (born December 18, 1988) is an American singer and songwriter.[1] She is the daughter of singer and former Ikette Lyrica Garrett.[2] She is currently on the show Love and Hip Hop Hollywood. Career In 2009, Anderson co-wrote the song "Pyramid" for Filipina singer Charice, which was released in 2010 and peaked at number one on the US Dance Club Songs chart.[3] Anderson has writing credits on two songs on Demi Lovato's third studio album, Unbroken (2011); "All Night Long" featuring Missy Elliott and Timbaland and "Together" featuring Jason Derulo.[4] In September 2012, Anderson released her debut mixtape entitled King Me.[5] In 2013, she was released from her deal with Timbaland's record label Mosley Music Group, a division of Interscope Records. In the same year she co-wrote the song "Jealous" for Beyoncé's fifth studio album.[6] In May 2014, she released her debut extended play, King Me 2, featuring guest appearances from Ty Dolla Sign, Kevin Gates and Wiz Khalifa.[7] In 2014, Anders

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Benzino

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Benzino

Raymond Scott (born July 18, 1965), better known by his stage name Benzino, is an American hip hop media executive and record producer. He is known for having appeared on VH1 reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and TV One original series Next :15.[1] Biography Benzino was born in Boston, Massachusetts to a Cape Verdean and German mother and a Japanese and African American father. Along with his longtime friend, David Mays, Benzino is a principal of the hip hop magazine The Source, which was launched in 1988 as a single-sheet newsletter out of Mays' Harvard University dorm room. Benzino has said one of the primary inspirations to enter the genre of rap stems from his fondness of the film Wild Style.[2] Benzino was a founding member of rap groups The Almighty RSO and Made Men, before finally becoming a solo artist. He has appeared on the reality television show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, since 2012. He has also dated Karlie Redd and Althea Heart.[3] On March 29, 2014, Benzino was shot in the

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Black Buddafly

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Black Buddafly

Black Buddafly is a German R&B duo composed of the twin sisters Aminata "Amina" and Safietou "Jazz" Schmahl who are of Senegalese and German descent. Career The sisters were born in 1983 to a German mother and a Senegalese father. Their older sibling, Sophie performed with the group until 2006. Black Buddafly was discovered by producer/manager, Orrin Ennis on November 22, 2002. Amina joined the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York in 2013.[1] Discography Year Title Chart Positions Album US Hot 100 US R&B/Hip-Hop UK Singles Chart AUS Top 50 2005 "Rock-A-Bye" - #70[2] - - 2006 "Bad Girl" ft. Fabolous - #101 - - Waist Deep soundtrack Mixtapes Worst Of.... Black Buddafly: The Forgotten MP3s (2011) Disc 1: Chill Out # Title Length 1. "Could It Be I'm Falling" 4.16 2. "BacKslide" 4.06 3. "So Good" 4.26 4. "We Can Chill" 4.08 5. "Superstar (feat. Live Wire) 4.21 6. "Eyes Don't Lie" 4.15 7. "Dreamworld" 5.26 8. "Things" 4.07 9. "My

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Joe Budden

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Joe Budden

Joseph Anthony Budden II[1] (born August 31, 1980)[2] is an American broadcaster, songwriter, and former rapper. Budden began rapping in 1999 and his eponymous debut studio album was released in 2003, debuting at number 8 on the Billboard 200, selling 95,000 copies within its first week. The album featured the hit single "Pump It Up", Budden's most commercially successful solo single. From then on, he was signed to major record label Def Jam Recordings, until 2007 when he signed to Entertainment One Music.[3] After separating from Def Jam, he began recording and releasing solo mixtapes and albums on independent labels. In 2013, he released No Love Lost; followed by "Some Love Lost" on November 4, 2014 and "All Love Lost" on October 16, 2015. Budden's final album "Rage & The Machine" was released on October 21, 2016. In addition to his solo work, Budden was a member of the American hip hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, alongside fellow rappers Royce da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I.[4] Budden currently

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Milan Christopher

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Milan Christopher

Milan Christopher (born Feb 28, 1984; sometimes known as Milan Christopher Gordy) is an American rapper, actor, model, and businessman.[1] He is best known for his supporting role on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, and his single "When I Go", protesting the bullying of LGBT youth. Personal life Christopher is openly gay and has said that homosexuality is much more common among male rappers than often believed.[2] Career Music Born on the south side of Chicago[3] (77th & Hermitage), Christopher moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2008 to pursue his rapping/producing & modeling career. After working with Beyoncé on the music video "Haunted," Christopher realized he wanted to focus on his solo rap career.[4] Christopher released his EDM rap single "Burning Up" under the music management of D-tech A.R. of Akon's Konvicts Musiq Label.[5] In mid-2016, Christopher released his album The Alpha and a controversial visual for his single "When I Go" based on domestic violence, bullying, and LGBT

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Consequence (rapper)

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Consequence (rapper)

Dexter Raymond Mills Jr. (born April 17, 1977), better known by his stage name Consequence, is an American rapper from Queens, New York City, New York. Consequence debuted in 1996, appearing several times on A Tribe Called Quest's fourth album Beats, Rhymes, and Life, as he is the cousin of member Q-Tip. In March 2007, he released his debut album Don't Quit Your Day Job!, under Columbia Records and Kanye West's GOOD Music. Consequence left GOOD Music in 2011, on bad terms, after being signed with the label since 2005. He and West later reconciled, despite Consequence speaking ill of West. Consequence subsequently launched his own record label, Band Camp Records, following his departure from GOOD Music. Discography Studio albums Year Title Chart positions U.S. U.S. Rap U.S. Independent U.S. Heatseekers 2007 Don't Quit Your Day Job![1] Released: March 6, 2007 Label: GOOD, Columbia Format: CD (#8287689631), digital download 113 12 10 1 2016 A Good Comeback Story Released: Janua

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Kalenna Harper

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Kalenna Harper

Kalenna Lashante Harper-Vick (pronounced kuh-LEE-nuh) is an American singer-songwriter, television personality and record producer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is perhaps best known as a member of the musical duo Dirty Money with Dawn Richard and later Sean "Puffy" Combs as Diddy − Dirty Money. With the group, they released the album Last Train to Paris, and 2 additional mixtapes until their disbandment in 2012.[1][2] From 2014 to 2015, she was a supporting cast member on the VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Career 2004–09: Songwriting and album appearances She wrote many songs for other artists, such as Christina Milian's "Peanut Butter & Jelly", Charlotte Church's "Moodswings (To Come at Me Like That)", Aretha Franklin's "Put You Up on Game", Pussycat Dolls' "Painted Windows" and Ciara's "Pucker Up". She was featured on Rasheeda's GA Peach on the track "Pack Ya Bags" and Timati's The Boss on the track "Sexy Bitch". A track leaked in 2008 titled "Kaboom" is a duet between Harpe

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DJ Babey Drew

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DJ Babey Drew

Andrew Bisnaught (born July 6, 1980),[1] better known by his stage name DJ Babey Drew, is an American DJ, Grammy winning record producer, actor, radio and television personality. He is a radio host for Atlanta-based radio station Power 96.1. He is also known from the VH1 reality show, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and the movie Push in which he plays Delroy.[2] Filmography Film Year Title Role 2015 Push Delroy Television Year Title Role 2013 Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Himself References "BabeyDrew : Chris Brown's Tour DJ". Showcase PR. Retrieved 10 March 2015. Drew Bisnaught at IMDbPro (subscription required). Retrieved 10 March 2015.

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Tiffany Foxx

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Tiffany Foxx

Tiffany Harrison, known professionally as Tiffany Foxx, (born November 27, 1985) is an American recording artist. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Foxx first garnered recognition in 2005 after appearing on Snoop Dogg's compilation album Welcome to tha Chuuch: Da Album. In 2010, she formed a hip-hop group "June 5th". They released the mixtape HERstory before Foxx decided to pursue her solo career. In 2012, rapper Lil' Kim signed Foxx to her record label International Rock Star Records. Since then she has released three mixtapes, Yellow Tape, Goal Diggers and King Foxx. She also appeared in the fourth season of the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. In 2017, Foxx appeared on Season 2 Episode 7 of WE TV dating show Million Dollar Matchmaker with Patti Stanger.[2] Career 2009–11: June 5 "June 5" was a female rap group from St. Louis, Missouri[3] formed in 2009 signed under Mizay Entertainment that included (in addition to Foxx) such as Scar Ladon, and Brooke Holladay. The group came about when all thre

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EJ Johnson

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EJ Johnson

Earvin "EJ" Johnson III (born June 4, 1992) is an American television personality and socialite. Early life Earvin Johnson III was born on June 4, 1992 in Beverly Hills, California, to Magic Johnson and Earlitha "Cookie" Kelly.[1] He has an older brother, Andre, and a younger sister, Elisa. He was raised in the Pentecostal Christian faith.[2] Johnson attended New York University, studying hospitality with a focus on event planning and design.[3] Johnson came out as gay to his family at the age of 17 and came out publicly in 2013 after a report by TMZ published pictures of him holding hands with a male friend. He was supported by his family in his decision to come out publicly.[4][5][6][7][8] After coming out, Johnson left the West Angeles Church of God in Christ, the church he grew up in, due to their views on homosexuality.[2] Career Johnson joined the cast of the E! reality television series Rich Kids of Beverly Hills in 2014 as a recurring cast member on the first season.[9] He became a main cast membe

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Danni Boatwright

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Danni Boatwright

Danni Boatwright Wiegmann (born July 13, 1975) is an American actress, TV host, model and beauty queen who won $1,000,000 on Survivor: Guatemala, the eleventh season of the reality television show Survivor. Boatwright was born in Tonganoxie, Kansas. She represented Kansas at the nationally televised Miss Teen USA and Miss USA pageants,[1] and is one of the most successful delegates to compete in both competitions. Pageantry Boatwright is an accomplished model, having worked internationally, and is also an athlete: in 2003, she ran the Country Music Marathon in Tennessee.[2] Boatwright's first major pageant title came in late 1991 when she won the Miss Kansas Teen USA title and became the first representative of the Vanbros pageant group. Boatwright represented Kansas at the 1992 Miss Teen USA pageant in Biloxi, Mississippi and placed second behind Miss North Carolina Teen USA Rachel Adcocks in the preliminary competition. During the final competition, Boatwright placed second in the interview and swimsuit

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Jud Birza

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Jud Birza

Judson John "Fabio" Birza (born June 12, 1989), is an American model, best known as the winner of Survivor: Nicaragua.[1] At age 21 at the time of the game, he is currently the youngest person to win the show.[2] Birza is a native of Lake St. Louis, Missouri, and graduated from Wentzville Holt High School in 2007. Survivor As the second youngest player on Survivor: Nicaragua, he was placed on the "younger" La Flor tribe. He became the tribe's resident goofball, sending his tribemates to endless laughter at every opportunity often by accidentally hurting himself, making jokes, or reinforcing his own stereotype as a blonde surfer. The one exception to his humor was NaOnka Mixon, whom Birza had a conflict with after the former lost her socks and accused him of stealing them. This led to a tirade from Mixon during their first Tribal Council, outright stating that she hated him and his antics. Birza privately admitted that although it was his real personality, he planned to use it as a strategy, both by making h

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Yau-Man Chan

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Yau-Man Chan

Yau-Man Chan (born August 26, 1952) is a Malaysian-American table tennis player, technology executive, and reality television participant. He was the fourth-place finisher in the reality television series Survivor: Fiji. He returned to the show in Survivor: Micronesia, where he was the third contestant to be ousted. He was born in Hong Kong[1] to ethnic Chinese parents[2] and raised in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. He retired from University of California, Berkeley in June 2013. He was the Chief Technology Officer for Computing Services, Network Services, and Telecommunications at the College of Chemistry.[3] He is also a champion table tennis player.[4] Chan was also the 2005-06 Northern California Division Director for the National Collegiate Table Tennis Association.[5] He has a Bachelor of Science (physics) from MIT and a Masters in scientific instrumentation from UC Santa Barbara in 1977.[6] In the polling at the official Survivor website, Chan was voted as being the favorite survivor of the Fiji season, wi

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Earl Cole

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Earl Cole

Earl Cole (born April 9, 1971 in Kansas City, Kansas)[1] was the $1 million winner on the reality television series Survivor: Fiji. He is an entrepreneur, producer, philanthropist and former California advertising executive.[2] Survivor Cole joined the 18 other contestants of Survivor: Fiji never having watched the show. He was asked to be on Survivor only two days before it started shooting. Upon arriving in Fiji, he identified Yau-Man Chan as a person similar to himself with the best combination of intelligence and integrity and formed an alliance with Chan that lasted until the Final Four. Cole became the strategic leader of the core Ravu Alliance, where he targeted weak links Jessica deBen and Sylvia Kwan (he was not there for the Tribal Council where Erica Durousseau was voted out). His tribe was granted a reprieve, when the rival Moto tribe chose to go to Tribal Council. His alliance returned to Tribal Council in the next episode where Rita Verreos was voted off. In a tribal swap, he, Chan, and Michel

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Bob Crowley (Survivor contestant)

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Bob Crowley (Survivor contestant)

Robert Crowley (born February 25, 1951) is a former teacher and reality TV personality, known for winning Survivor: Gabon, the seventeenth season of the American TV series Survivor. In addition to his million dollar prize, Crowley also won $100,000 from the "player of the season" poll. At 57, he is the oldest winner in the history of US Survivor to date. Personal life At the time of Survivor's airing, Crowley taught Science at Gorham High School in Gorham, Maine. Crowley was the teacher of Survivor: Vanuatu contestant Julie Berry. He retired from teaching in 2009.[1] In 2009, Crowley published his autobiography, Making Waves: The Stories of Maine's Bob Crowley. The producers of Survivor, however, forbade Crowley from mentioning the show in his book. Survivor On Survivor: Gabon, Crowley was originally placed into the Kota Tribe. Crowley had originally been in an alliance with fellow tribemates Jacquie Berg, Marcus Lehman, Charlie Herschel, and Corinne Kaplan. This alliance is known to many Survivor fans a

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Tyler Fredrickson

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Tyler Fredrickson

Tyler Fredrickson (born February 26, 1981) is a former American football placekicker, and TV personality. He played in the NFL for the Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders in 3 preseason games during the 2007 season but was cut on September 2 before the start of the regular season. While with Oakland, he connected on a 49-yard field goal versus the Arizona Cardinals and handled all punting and placekicking duties during the team's final preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks (avg. 49 yds on five punts). He signed a three-year deal (to have kept him in Los Angeles through the 2010 season) with the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League on April 24, midway through the 2008 season. He played in their final eight games. In early 2015, he was a contestant on the 30th season of the reality show Survivor. He was eliminated in seventh place. Early life Born to parents Mark Fredrickson and Mimi Lessett, Fredrickson attended Dos Pueblos High School in Goleta, California, where he played both foot

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Terry Deitz

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Terry Deitz

Terry Deitz (born October 10, 1959) is a retired U.S. Navy pilot, television host, and two-time contestant on the American reality television show Survivor, where he placed third in the 12th season. He also competed in the 31st season, placing 15th.[1] He is currently a commercial airline pilot and host of Great Planes on the Military Channel. Biography Deitz was born and raised in Matawan, New Jersey. He was a student at St. John Vianney High School and also attended the United States Naval Academy, where he played Varsity Division I baseball.[2] He graduated Annapolis in 1982.[3] Deitz served on the USS Carl Vinson with VF-51 flying the F-14 Tomcat and then served at the west coast Replacement Air Group as an instructor. He attended pilot school in Pensacola in 1984. He left active service in 1992, and continued flying in the Navy Reserves with VR-52, on Logistics missions around the world. He retired in 2001 with the rank of Commander and is currently a pilot with American Airlines. Deitz married his w

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Ariadna Gutiérrez

Ariadna María Gutiérrez Arévalo (born December 25, 1993) is a Colombian model, actress, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Colombia 2014. Gutiérrez placed as the first runner-up in Miss Universe 2015, where she was mistakenly announced as the winner by host Steve Harvey. After pageantry, she starred in the film XXX: Return of Xander Cage and was a finalist on Celebrity Big Brother 1. Early life Gutiérrez was born in Sincelejo, Colombia. When she was seven months old, her parents moved to Barranquilla, where she was raised. She studied at the German School of Barranquilla.[1] She is a cousin of Miss Universe 2014 and Miss Colombia 2013 winner Paulina Vega.[2] Gutiérrez is fluent in Spanish, English and German. Career Gutiérrez was awarded as Señorita Sucre (Miss Sucre Colombia 2014). She was subsequently crowned as Miss Colombia 2014. Currently she is working as a professional model. Gutiérrez competed at the Miss Colombia 2014, representing the Sucre Department, where she won the title o

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck

Elisabeth DelPadre Hasselbeck (née Filarski; born May 28, 1977) is a retired American television personality and talk show host. Hasselbeck was born and raised in Cranston, Rhode Island. She attended St. Mary Academy – Bay View as a teenager and graduated from Boston College in 1999. In January 2001, Hasselbeck rose to prominence as a contestant on the second season of the American version of Survivor, where she finished in fourth place. She married NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck in July 2002. In November 2003, Hasselbeck replaced Lisa Ling as the fourth co-host on The View. With her co-hosts Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, and Barbara Walters, she was awarded the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host during the 36th Daytime Emmy Awards. After ten years on the show, Hasselbeck’s contract was not renewed and she left the series in July 2013. She became the co-host of Fox & Friends that September. In November 2015, Hasselbeck announced she would retire and leave Fox & Friends

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Catelynn Lowell

Catelynn Baltierra (née Lowell; born March 12, 1992) is an American reality television personality, author, and public speaker. From Algonac, Michigan, she received public attention after being cast in the reality television series 16 and Pregnant in 2009, which documented the pregnancies and first months of motherhood for several young women. Later that year she was cast in the spin-off series Teen Mom, and appeared in each of its four seasons until its conclusion in 2012. In March 2015, Lowell, along with Maci McKinney, Amber Portwood, and Farrah Abraham, returned to MTV for the fifth season of the show, renamed Teen Mom OG. Baltierra and now-husband Tyler also appeared on Season 3 of TV Show Couples Therapy. Lowell and Baltierra released their first book, Conquering Chaos in March, 2015. [1] In December 2016, the couple's show, Reunited aired on MTV, a show helping people that had been adopted reunite with their birth families, but it was cancelled after just one airing.[2] Personal life Catelynn Lowell

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Amber Portwood

Amber Leann Portwood (born May 14, 1990) is an American reality television personality. From Anderson, Indiana, she received public attention after being cast in the reality television series 16 and Pregnant in 2009, which documented the pregnancies and first months of motherhood for several teenage girls. Later that year she was cast in the spin-off series Teen Mom, and appeared in each of its four seasons until its conclusion in 2012. In March 2015, Portwood, along with Maci McKinney, Catelynn Baltierra, and Farrah Abraham, returned to MTV for the fifth season of the show, renamed Teen Mom OG. Personal life Amber Leann Portwood was born in Anderson, Indiana on May 14, 1990, the daughter of Tonya and Shawn Edwin Portwood, Sr. (1964 – 2014).[1][2][3][4] She has a brother, Shawn Edwin Portwood, Jr., a United States Army veteran, and a sister, Candace Portwood (1995 – 1996), who died in infancy.[5][6][7] Portwood told the press that she'd been neglected by her mother in her early teens, after her mother began

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Simone Battle

Simone Sherise Battle[1] (June 17, 1989 – September 5, 2014) was an American actress and singer from Los Angeles, California. She was a finalist on The X Factor US in 2011 and a member of the pop group G.R.L.. Career 2006–2011: Career beginnings and The X Factor Battle made her television debut in 2006, having small roles on shows including Zoey 101 and Everybody Hates Chris. In 2008, Battle was featured as the main character in the Mary Mary music video "Get Up". Battle also appeared as a background dancer in the Cali Swag District music video "Teach Me How to Dougie" in 2010. In 2011, Battle auditioned for the American singing competition The X Factor in front of judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Cheryl and L.A. Reid. Battle sang "When I Grow Up" by The Pussycat Dolls. After receiving three yeses from the judges, Battle had made it through to Bootcamp. She was mentored by Cowell after becoming one of the Top 32 finalists in the girls category. Battle chose to be part of the live shows with Melanie Amaro,

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Aaron Kaufman

Aaron Kaufman (January 26, 1982) is an American television personality and owner of Arclight Fabrication, a Dallas enterprise that supplies aftermarket components for the Ford F-100 pickup.[1] He is the former lead mechanic for Gas Monkey Garage. He formerly starred in a one-season television show entitled Shifting Gears with Aaron Kaufman[2] which premiered on March 5, 2018, featuring his new business with Arclight.[3] Most recently, in his newest TV show Aaron Needs A Job Kaufman toured the United States while featuring people doing jobs he found interesting and challenging. In September 2015, Kaufman competed in the Speed Energy Formula Off-Road (Stadium Super Trucks) series, driving a Toyo Tires-sponsored truck at the Sand Sports Super Show in Costa Mesa, California.[4] He ran two rounds during the weekend, finishing fifth in both his heat races, followed by tenth- and eighth-place runs in the features.[5][6] Kaufman struggled during the races, including one incident in which his truck partially rode on

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Nick Cummins

Nicholas Mark Cummins (born 5 October 1987) is a former Australian professional rugby union player living in Sydney. He played for the Western Force in Super Rugby and for Coca-Cola Red Sparks in the Japanese Top League. Cummins has represented Australia in international matches for both the Australian Sevens team and the Australian rugby team. His usual position is wing.[1][2] Cummins answers to the nickname "The Honey Badger", bestowed on him after he drew inspiration from the fierce nature of the honey badger and attempted to think like the animal in defence.[1][2][3][4] He is also well known for starring in the sixth season of The Bachelor Australia. Early life Cummins was born in Port Macquarie, New South Wales.[2] One of eight siblings, he identifies as a Queenslander as he was raised in Logan City in Brisbane’s south by his father Mark Cummins, who was a single dad.[3][5] He attended St Francis' College in Crestmead,[3] where he starred in the swimming pool and on the athletics track, as well as on

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Sam Frost (TV personality)

Samantha Frost (born 4 April 1989) is an Australian television and radio personality and actress. After winning The Bachelor Australia in 2014, Frost starred in The Bachelorette Australia. In 2017, she appeared on Hell's Kitchen Australia and joined the cast of soap opera Home and Away as Jasmine Delaney. Career Frost is known for winning the second season of The Bachelor Australia (2014) and later starring in The Bachelorette Australia (2015).[2][3] From November 2015 to January 2017, Frost co-hosted the 2Day FM breakfast show Rove & Sam with Rove McManus; following poor ratings they moved to a nightly show on 30 January across the Hit Network.[4] In June 2017, Frost's show was axed from the Southern Cross Austereo network.[5] Frost appeared as a contestant on Hell's Kitchen Australia, which aired between August and September 2017.[6] She also joined the cast of Home and Away as Jasmine Delaney, and made her debut on 18 December 2017, which was the 2017 season finale.[7] She received a nomination for

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Christina Grimmie

Christina Victoria Grimmie (March 12, 1994 – June 10, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter, actress, and YouTuber. Grimmie began posting covers of popular songs onto YouTube in 2009. In June 2011, she released her debut EP, Find Me. Later that month, she also reached one million subscribers on her YouTube channel. After her channel reached two million subscribers, she released her debut studio album, With Love (2013). In 2014, Grimmie was a contestant on season 6 of The Voice and finished in third place. Adam Levine, her coach on the show, announced in the finale that regardless of the results he would sign her to his label 222 Records. Lil Wayne also offered to sign her to his label, Young Money Entertainment. She was signed with Island Records for a short time before being dropped. In 2016, Grimmie released her second EP, Side A. This same year, she also took on an acting role, making her first and only motion picture appearance in The Matchbreaker. On June 10, 2016, Grimmie was fatally shot in a mur

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Lance Bass

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Lance Bass

James Lance Bass (born May 4, 1979)[3] is an American singer, dancer, actor, film and television producer, and author. He grew up in Mississippi and rose to fame as the bass singer for the American pop boy band NSYNC. NSYNC's success led Bass to work in film and television. He starred in the 2001 film On the Line, which his company, Bacon & Eggs, also produced.[4] Bass later formed a second production company, Lance Bass Productions,[5] as well as a now-defunct music management company, Free Lance Entertainment, a joint venture with Mercury Records.[6] After completion of NSYNC's PopOdyssey Tour, Bass moved to Star City, Russia, in a much publicized pursuit of a seat on a Soyuz space capsule.[5] Bass was certified by both NASA and the Russian Space Program after several months of cosmonaut training,[5] and planned to join the TMA-1 mission to the International Space Station.[7] However, after his financial sponsors backed out, Bass was denied a seat on the mission.[8] In July 2006, Bass came out as gay

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Rod Blagojevich

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Rod Blagojevich

Rod Blagojevich[1][2][3] (, born December 10, 1956) is an American politician who served as the 40th Governor of Illinois from 2003 until his impeachment, conviction, and removal from office in 2009. A Democrat, Blagojevich was a state representative before being elected to the United States House of Representatives representing parts of Chicago. He was elected governor in 2002, the first Democrat to win the office since Dan Walker's victory 30 years earlier and won reelection to a second term in 2006.[4] Blagojevich was impeached and removed from office for corruption; he solicited bribes for political appointments, including Barack Obama's vacant U.S. Senate seat after Obama was elected president in 2008. Blagojevich was convicted and sentenced to 14 years in federal prison. Early life Blagojevich was born in Chicago, Illinois, the second of two children.[5] His father, Radislav, was an immigrant steel plant laborer from a village near Kragujevac, Serbia.[6] His mother, Mila Govedarica, is a Bosnian Serb

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Michael Blair

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Michael Blair

Michaelangelo Christopher Blair (born November 26, 1974) is a former National Football League running back who played for the Cincinnati Bengals and Green Bay Packers in 1998. His Bengal team career totaled three games, and he played 11 games for the Packers. Finishing his NFL career with 3 rushing attempts for 7 yards, and 3 catches for 20 yards. In 2001, he played for the New York/New Jersey Hitmen in the XFL. He also played for the Grand Rapids Rampage, the Carolina Cobras,[1] the New Orleans VooDoo, and the New York Dragons in the Arena Football League from 2002 through 2006. He is now retired and is coaching football and track and field for a local high school located in Skokie, IL, named Niles West. Blair attended Ball State University, where he played on the 1996 Cardinals Las Vegas Bowl team. In 2006 Blair played a football player in We Are Marshall starring Matthew McConaughey and The Game Plan starring Dwayne "Rock" Johnson. In 2007, he became a TJ or Travel Journalist for 5 Takes:Latin America on

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr.; April 16, 1947) is an American retired professional basketball player who played 20 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers. During his career as a center, Abdul-Jabbar was a record six-time NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP), a record 19-time NBA All-Star, a 15-time All-NBA selection, and an 11-time NBA All-Defensive Team member. A member of six NBA championship teams as a player and two more as an assistant coach, Abdul-Jabbar twice was voted NBA Finals MVP. In 1996, he was honored as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. NBA coach Pat Riley and players Isiah Thomas and Julius Erving have called him the greatest basketball player of all time.[1][2][3][4][5] After winning 71 consecutive basketball games on his high school team in New York City, Alcindor was recruited by Jerry Norman, the assistant coach of UCLA,[6] where he played for coach John Wooden[7] on three consecutive national

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Brooke Burke

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Brooke Burke

Brooke Lisa Burke is an American actress, dancer, model, and television personality. She is known as a Playboy model, hosting Wild On!, Rock Star (2005–2006), winning the seventh season of Dancing with the Stars, for co-hosting Dancing With the Stars from 2010 to 2013 and featuring in Need for Speed: Underground 2 as Rachel Teller.[2][3] Early life Brooke Lisa Burke was born in Hartford, Connecticut and raised in Tucson, Arizona, the younger of two siblings born to Donna and George Burke.[4] Her mother is of Portuguese background but was adopted[5] and then raised Jewish.[6] Her father is of French and Irish descent[4][5][7] and left the family when she was two years old.[5] She was thereafter raised by her Armenian stepfather[4] in her mother's Jewish religion.[6] She is raising her children Jewish[8][9] although she also celebrates Christmas.[10] She attended both Sahuaro High School and Palo Verde High School in Tucson where she was homecoming queen in 1989. She later studied broadcast journalism.[11]

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Elle and Blair Fowler

Elle Fowler (born May 25, 1988) and Blair Fowler (born April 1, 1993) are sisters who posted beauty and style-related tutorials on YouTube as AllThatGlitters21 (Elle) and juicystar07 (Blair). Elle came into the beauty and fashion world during the summer of 2008 and convinced Blair to join her. Their videos of makeup tutorials and clothing hauls quickly garnered a large audience and rose in popularity. As of August 2017, Elle's videos on AllThatGlitters21 have been viewed more than 180 million times, while Blair's channel juicystar07 has received over 270 million views.[1][2] Both sisters previously posted vlogs under the monikers EllesGlitterGossip and otherjuicystar07, allowing subscribers to keep track of their daily lives outside of the YouTube community.[3] Their respective second YouTube channels move away from purely beauty and fashion-related videos and branch into other topics such as health & fitness, their daily musings, and other random interests.[4][5] In late 2015, it was announced that Bl

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George Clinton (musician)

George Edward Clinton[3] (born July 22, 1941) is an American singer, songwriter, bandleader, and record producer.[4] His Parliament-Funkadelic collective (which primarily recorded under the distinct band names Parliament and Funkadelic) developed an influential and eclectic form of funk music during the 1970s that drew on science fiction, outlandish fashion, psychedelic culture, and surreal humor.[5] He launched a solo career with the 1982 album Computer Games and would go on to influence 1990s hip-hop and G-funk.[1] He is regarded, along with James Brown and Sly Stone, as one of the foremost innovators of funk music. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, alongside 15 other members of Parliament-Funkadelic. In 2019, he and Parliament-Funkadelic will be given Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards. Career Beginnings Clinton was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina, United States,[4] grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey, and currently resides in Tallahassee, Florida. During his teen years Clinto

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Michael Catherwood

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Michael Catherwood

Michael Dwight Catherwood (born March 15, 1979), also known as Psycho Mike, is an American radio personality. He is known primarily for his work at KROQ-FM on Kevin and Bean and as the co-host of Loveline from 2010 to 2016[1], and Neon Black podcast. Early life Catherwood grew up near San Marino, California. His teenage years were the start of his problems with substance abuse, as he began drinking at an early age. He attended San Marino High School.[2] Radio Kevin and Bean Show Catherwood was the assistant producer for the Kevin and Bean show, and frequently stars in man-on-the-street segments as well as parodies of most commercial songs which generally involve crude themes. Catherwood is also an amateur body builder and a certified personal trainer and has appeared in several segments educating listeners about exercise and nutrition. He is known for performing many vocal impersonations, including Gene Simmons, Kevin Federline, Spencer Pratt, Manny Ramirez, Lamar Odom, Antonio Villaraigosa, Tom DeLonge,

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Sammi Giancola

Samantha Giancola[1] (born March 1987),[2] also known as Sammi Sweetheart,[3][4] is an American television personality and businesswoman. She is best known as one of the eight main cast members in the MTV reality series Jersey Shore. Early life Raised in Hazlet, New Jersey,[3] Giancola is of Italian and Greek descent.[5] She attended Raritan High School, where she played softball, ran track, and was a four-year varsity soccer letter winner. Giancola won art contests when she was younger.[6] She went on to major in sociology at William Paterson University, where she played as a midfielder on their Division III women's soccer team.[7] Career Jersey Shore Giancola debuted on the MTV reality show Jersey Shore in August 2009. She has since appeared with her cast mates on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Wendy Williams Show and Live with Regis and Kelly. Giancola and her Jersey Shore co-stars appeared in the 2012 film The Three Stooges.[8][9] She later appeared on some episodes of

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Gilbert Gottfried

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Gilbert Gottfried

Gilbert Jeremy Gottfried[1] (born February 28, 1955) is an American stand-up comedian, actor and voice actor. Gottfried's persona as a comedian features an exaggerated shrill voice and emphasis on crude humor. His numerous roles in film and television include voicing the parrot Iago in Disney's Aladdin animated films and TV show, Digit in the PBS Kids Go! show Cyberchase, and Kraang Subprime in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Gottfried was also the voice of the Aflac Duck until 2011. He appeared in the critically panned Problem Child in 1990. Since 2014, Gottfried has hosted a podcast, Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast, which features new episodes each week featuring discussions of classic movies and celebrity interviews, most often with veteran actors, comedians, musicians and comedy writers.[2] Gilbert, a documentary film on Gottfried's life and career, was released in 2017. Career Early life and career (1955–1998) Gottfried was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Lillian (Zimmerman), a homem

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Patricia Altschul

Patricia Altschul (born April 16, 1941) is an American socialite, art collector, and personality on the reality television series, Southern Charm. She is the widow of Arthur G. Altschul, a former Goldman Sachs partner and prominent art collector and philanthropist.[1] Mrs. Altschul has been a director or trustee of several nonprofit organizations including the New York Historical Society[2] and Historic Hudson Valley (the Rockefeller Family properties).[3] In 2012, Altschul was given a Woman of the Year award by the Police Athletic League of New York City.[4] In 2013, she received a Carolopolis Award from the Preservation Society of Charleston for her renovation of the historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House in Charleston, SC.[5] On Southern Charm, Patricia plays “the resident madcap grande dame” according to a profile in Architectural Digest.[6] "Pat quickly became a fan favorite last year and has even drawn the affection of celebrities like Lady Gaga who claimed 'that looking at Patricia is like looking in a m

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Bear Grylls

Edward Michael Grylls OBE (born 7 June 1974), better known as Bear Grylls, is a British former SAS serviceman, survival instructor, and honorary lieutenant-colonel, and, outside his military career, an adventurer, writer, television presenter and businessman. He is widely known for his television series Man vs. Wild (2006–2011), originally titled Born Survivor: Bear Grylls[3] for the United Kingdom release. Grylls is also involved in a number of wilderness survival television series in the UK and US. In July 2009, Grylls was appointed the youngest-ever Chief Scout of the United Kingdom and Overseas Territories at age 35,[4] a post he has held for a second term since 2015. Personal life Grylls was born in London, England in 1974.[5] From a family with strong cricketing background, his grandfather Neville Ford and great-grandfather William Augustus Ford, were both first-class cricketers. He grew up in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland until the age of four, when his family moved to Bembridge on the Isle of Wight.[

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Jennie Finch

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Jennie Finch

Jennie Lynn Finch (born September 3, 1980[1]) is an American, former collegiate All-American and medal winning Olympian, retired 2-time pro All-Star, right-handed hitting softball pitcher and first baseman originally from La Mirada, California. She pitched for the Arizona Wildcats, the USA national softball team[2] and the Chicago Bandits.[3] Finch won the 2001 Women's College World Series and helped lead Team USA to the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics[4] and the silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics.[2] Time magazine described her as the most famous softball player in history.[2] In 2010, Finch retired from softball to focus on her family. In August 2011, she started working at ESPN as a color commentator for National Pro Fastpitch and college softball games.[5][6] Finch is ranked in several categories for both the Wildcats in the Pac-12 and the NCAA Division I, where she was named #2 Greatest College Softball Player.[7] She is the National Pro Fastpitch career leader in WHIP and is a USA Softball

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Sarah Grueneberg

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Sarah Grueneberg

Sarah Grueneberg is an American chef who is head chef and owner of Monteverde Restaurant & Pastificio in Chicago. While executive chef at Spiaggia, she held a Michelin star for three years. In 2017, she was named the 2017 Best Chefs in the Great Lakes at the James Beard Foundation Awards. Grueneberg came second in the ninth season of Top Chef, and appeared on Iron Chef Gauntlet. Career Sarah Grueneberg was brought up in Houston, Texas. She took an interest in cooking with her German grandparents.[2] She graduated from The Art Institute of Houston in 2001 with an associate degree in applied science.[3] Following graduation, she worked at Brennan’s of Houston, becoming a sous chef in 2003. Grueneberg moved to join Spiaggia in 2005, under chef Tony Mantuano. She was promoted to purchasing sous chef in 2007, where she worked with executive chef Missy Robbins. Grueneberg was promoted to Chef di Cucina a year later, and in 2010 became executive chef.[2] While she was running the kitchen at Spiaggia, it was

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Duskie Estes

Duskie Lynn Estes (born August 4, 1968)[1][2][3] is an American chef and restaurateur. Early life and career Estes is the youngest child born to a scientist father and to Carroll L. Estes, a sociology professor.[2][1][10] She studied pre-med and law at Brown University prior to becoming a chef.[2][4] Estes then briefly attended California Culinary Academy before graduating from Brown University.[2] Television career In October 2010, Estes was selected to compete in the third season of the Food Network series The Next Iron Chef; she was eliminated at the end of the fourth episode.[2] She returned to the series during the fifth season, where she was eliminated after the second episode.[11] Estes also infrequently serves as a judge on Guy's Grocery Games.[4][12] Personal life Estes was a vegetarian for 22 years before meeting her husband, fellow chef and salumist John Stewart.[2][12][7] Together they own and operate the restaurants Zazu Kitchen + Farm, Bovolo, The Black Piglet and Black Pig Meat Co.[9][7]

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