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Adrianne Palicki

American actress and model

Adrianne Palicki

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Palicki in 2013

Born

Adrianne Lee Palicki[1]


(1983-05-06) May 6, 1983 (age 38)

Toledo, Ohio, U.S.

Occupation
Years active2003–present
Spouse(s)

Scott Grimes

(m. 2019; sep. 2020)​

Adrianne Lee Palicki (born May 6, 1983) is an American actress and model. She is best known for her starring roles as Tyra Collette in the NBC sports drama series Friday Night Lights (2006–2011), as Barbara "Bobbi" Morse in the ABC superhero drama series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2014–2016), and as Commander Kelly Grayson in the Fox/Hulu science fiction comedy-drama series The Orville (2017–present).[2]

Palicki also had supporting roles in the films Legion (2010), Red Dawn (2012), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), and John Wick (2014).

Early life[edit]

Palicki was born in Toledo, Ohio, the daughter of Nancy Lee (née French) and Jeffrey Arthur Palicki.[3] She has an older brother, Eric, a comic book writer who influenced her interest in comics.[4]

Career[edit]

Adrianne Palicki promoting the 2010 film Legionat San Diego Comic-Con.

Palicki was a series regular on the first three seasons of NBC's drama series Friday Night Lights from 2006 to 2009, portraying Tyra Collette. In early 2011, she returned for the final two episodes of the series.[5]

In 2003, Palicki also appeared as Judy Robinson in John Woo's unsold pilot, The Robinsons: Lost in Space. In 2006, she also appeared in The WBpilotAquaman as the evil Nadia. The pilot was not picked up for series by The CW network, a result of The WB and UPN network merger, which occurred while the pilot was being filmed. She appeared as Kara/Lindsay Harrison in the season 3 finale of Smallville. Palicki appeared in Supernatural as Jessica Moore, Sam Winchester's doomed girlfriend who is killed by a demon in its pilot episode. The character reappears in the Supernatural season 2 episode, "What Is and What Should Never Be", and the season 5 episode "Free To Be You and Me."

She made an appearance in the will.i.am music video "We Are the Ones" in support of 2008 presidential hopeful Barack Obama.[6] In 2010, Palicki joined the FOX television drama Lone Star, which was cancelled after two episodes, despite good reviews.[7] In 2011, Palicki portrayed Wonder Woman in a 2011 pilot produced by David E. Kelley for NBC. The pilot was not picked up as a series.[8][9] She played the recurring role of Dr. Samantha Lake in season one of the sitcom About a Boy in 2014, reuniting with Friday Night Lights showrunner Jason Katims.[10]

Palicki starred in Legion (2010), and co-starred in G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) in the lead female role of Lady Jaye.[11] She also appeared in supporting roles in Red Dawn (2012)[12] and John Wick (2014).[13] Although initially signed on to star in the Jamie Babbit's 2012 horror film Breaking the Girls, due to production delays and scheduling conflicts, she does not appear in the film.[14][15]

In August 2014, Palicki joined Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in a recurring role as Barbara "Bobbi" Morse.[16] She became one of the principal cast after the midseason break of season 2,[17] continuing until her character was written out of the series near the end of season 3. ABC ordered a pilot episode for a spin-off, Marvel's Most Wanted, featuring her character in the lead role,[18] but did not develop it as a series.[19]

In July 2016, Palicki was cast as Kelly Grayson in The Orville, a science fictioncomedy-drama series created by Seth MacFarlane, who also stars in it as Captain Mercer, her character's ex-husband.[20] The series premiered on September 10, 2017 and two seasons have aired on FOX. A third season is in development.

In 2016, Palicki and her brother, Eric, collaborated on writing their first comic book, titled No Angel, published by Black Mask Studios. The first issue was released November 30, 2016.[21]

Personal life[edit]

Palicki has celiac disease.[22][23] In September 2014, her representative confirmed that she was engaged to stuntman Jackson Spidell, whom she met on the set of John Wick.[24] At the San Diego Comic-Con in 2018, it was revealed that she was dating The Orville co-star Scott Grimes. The two announced their engagement in January 2019[25] and married on May 19, 2019, in Austin, Texas.[26][27] Two months later, she filed for divorce on July 22, 2019.[28] In mid-November of that year, a judge granted Palicki's request to dismiss the filing.[29] Palicki filed for divorce for the second time on July 16, 2020.[30]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Music videos[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Adrianne Palicki Birth Records". mooseroots.com.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^Kirby, David. "Fox's 'The Orville' Season 2 Scores Longer Episodes In New Advertising Program". Forbes. Retrieved January 4, 2019.
  3. ^Smith, Ryan E. (January 17, 2010). "Rising star: Toledo native's credits include acclaimed TV series, new films 'Legion" and 'Red Dawn'". ToledoBlade.com. Retrieved October 7, 2011.
  4. ^Mechling, Lauren (August 29, 2008). "Get Serial!". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved February 23, 2011.
  5. ^O'Hare, Kate (September 7, 2010). "'Friday Night Lights': Adrianne Palicki on Tyra's return to Dillon". Zap2it. Archived from the original on September 10, 2010. Retrieved September 7, 2010.
  6. ^Stephen. "Jesse Plemons, Adrianne Palicki in Barack Obama Video". TV Fanatic. Archived from the original on March 7, 2008. Retrieved April 25, 2008.
  7. ^"America, here's your new Wonder Woman!". FOX News. February 17, 2011. Archived from the original on April 23, 2011. Retrieved October 7, 2011.
  8. ^Andreeva, Nellie (February 16, 2011). "Adrianne Palicki Is NBC's Wonder Woman". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on February 19, 2011. Retrieved February 16, 2011.
  9. ^Sacks, Ethan (May 12, 2011). "NBC won't pick up David E. Kelley's Wonder Women". Daily News. New York. Retrieved May 14, 2011.
  10. ^"'Friday Night Lights' Reunion: Adrianne Palicki Joins NBC's 'About a Boy' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 23, 2016.
  11. ^Nededog, Jethro (July 1, 2011). "Paramount's 'G.I. Joe 2' Casts 'Friday Night Lights' Star Adrianne Palicki". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 1, 2011.
  12. ^""Josh Peck And Adrianne Palicki Shout 'Wolverines!' For The 'Red Dawn' Remake"". Movies Blog.
  13. ^Huver, Scott. "From 'John Wick' to 'Agents of SHIELD,' Adrianne Palicki Loves 'Kicking Butt'

    There are some singers who turned out to be surprisingly competent actors. There's Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, and Mandy Moore, among others. Then there are the actors who turn out to be surprisingly successful singers. In this category, we'll put in basically everyone on Broadway, along with Kristen Bell (she killed it in Frozen and Frozen 2) and Hugh Jackman (from Wolverine to The Greatest Showman is some range, baby!) for good measure. Then there is the category of famous folks who aren't singers but gave it a try anyway, with sometimes cringeworthy results.

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    Now, it's important to clarify what qualifies someone to be on this list of singing attempts that were basically fails. First, they have to be famous enough at whatever their day job is that it was surprising to hear they were trying to make music too. Second, this list isn't about vocal quality alone. There are some celebs on this list who have some surprisingly good voices (um, we're not talking about you, Kim Kardashian) but whose music careers just never took off or who were one-hit wonders.

    There are also some folks here who just frankly can't really carry a tune (now we're talking about you, Kim Kardashian) but who gave it a try at least once. We're also not going to count the celebrities who actually have fully established music success in other countries, like Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, who has released a whopping 18 albums to much success in Germany.

    This is a list celebrating the celebs for whom a singing attempt will ultimately just be a weird footnote on their Wikipedia page. Consider this proof that even the famous and talented have fails sometimes!

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    Kim Kardashian

    In 2011, Kim Kardashian released a dance song called "Jam (Turn It Up)" that is, frankly, an autotuned nightmare. It was a total flop, and Kim herself has said that she regrets recording it, noting that she's not a singer and never really wanted to be. She had intended for half of the proceeds to be donated to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, which is a nice gesture but probably ended up being a really small check.

    2/15

    Tyra Banks

    Model and reality TV host Tyra Banks spent six years trying to make the transition from Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl to pop princess. While she had dreams of being the next J.Lo, she only released one single. Shake Ya Body gave several models from America's Next Top Model a chance to star in a music video, but it was otherwise a big flop.

    3/15

    Robert Downey Jr.

    Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. has actually done a bit better than some of the other celebs on this list. Not only has he appeared on a few soundtracks, he actually released an album in 2004. However, he still landed on this list because it only sold about 16,000 copies and never managed to crack the top 100 in the US.

    4/15

    Brie Larson

    Another star from the Marvel universe who tried to make a go of it in music was Captain Marvel's Brie Larson. Before she made it big in acting, she released the embarrassingly named album Finally Out of P.E., which sold a whopping 4,000 copies. Stick to saving the universe, Brie.

    5/15

    Hulk & Brooke Hogan

    Here's a special two-for-one celebrity musical fail: Hulk and Brooke Hogan. There was a period of time when the Hogan family was determined to get more famous. Hulk had his wrestling career, but they also launched two reality TV shows, tried to make it in the restaurant business, and both father and daughter tried their hands at singing careers. Neither hit it big, though Brooke did record two albums.

    6/15

    Kobe Bryant

    The late, great NBA star Kobe Bryant is one of the many professional athletes who've tried to make a second career in the rap game. He signed a record contract in 1999 and released the single "K.O.B.E.," which flopped so badly that his contract was canceled and the rest of his music was buried until some of it leaked following his tragic death in 2020.

    7/15

    Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell is an undisputed queen of the runway, but she might not be anyone's first choice as a karaoke duet partner. In 1994, she released an album called Babywoman that peaked at No. 21 on the charts in Belgium but failed to produce any hit singles.

    8/15

    Steven Seagal

    Anyone who has ever watched aging action star Steven Seagal in one of his many, many direct-to-video movies and thought, "Man, I wish I could I hear that guy sing some country and reggae music", well … good news! A copy of his 2005 album Songs From the Crystal Cave is probably on the internet somewhere for streaming.

    9/15

    Paris Hilton

    With songs as deep and profound as "My Best Friend's Ass," it's surprising that Paris Hilton hasn't become the musical voice of her generation. To give her credit, her 2006 song "Stars Are Blind" did briefly make it the top of the US dance music charts.

    10/15

    Shaquille O'Neal

    Another basketball great who also wanted to make it as a rapper was Shaq, who actually released four albums from 1993 to 1998. While he enjoyed some moderate success with his first one, the popularity waned quickly. His last album sold only around 100,000 copies in total and barely made a dent on the Top 100 charts.

    11/15

    Heidi Montag

    The best part of professionally fame hungry reality TV star Heidi Montag's attempt at a music career is that she named her album Superficial. The title is a funny little nod to her history with plastic surgery, but the album was a major flop, selling only a few thousand copies when it came out.

    12/15

    Scott Baio

    Back when he was a young and charming TV star on shows such as Happy Days and Charles in Charge, and before he became politically problematic, Scott Baio released two pop albums in 1982 and 1983. While the albums had some minor popularity, he was much more successful as a sitcom actor.

    13/15

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    Bruce Willis

    Bruce Willis was at the peak of his Moonlighting popularity when he released his two R&B-inspired albums, the inexplicably named The Return of Bruno and If It Don't Kill You, It Just Makes You Stronger. Neither were huge hits, but he did go on to have a few songs on movie soundtracks.

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    Scarlett Johansson

    She's a major movie star, and although some critics described her first album as having "surprising allure," her music career has never been as successful as her movie career. Her debut album, Anywhere I Lay My Head, sold less than 20,000 copies in the US.

    15/15

    David Duchovny

    The truth is out there. And the truth is that X-Files star David Duchovny has released three albums of folk and indie rock music. While the albums haven't been commercial successes, David does get some credit for writing many of the songs himself.

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    Marleta Hardman Obituary (1958-2021) – Durant, OK

    Marleta Joyce Hardman, 63, a longtime Atoka, OK resident who grew up in Moore, OK and moved to Atoka when she was sophomore of high school. She was born on Wednesday, February 19, 1958, to Ray and Marlene June (Hartman) Carroll in Oklahoma City, OK. Marleta passed away on Monday, November 22nd, 2021 in Atoka, OK.
    She attended school in Moore, OK, graduated from Atoka High School, and then did her Masters from SOSU in Durant, OK. Marleta taught kindergarten and special education in Tushka for 20 years. She also worked for the Elwood Dept Store and the OSU Extension Office for Grant Praytor. She married Raymond Hank Williams on May 28, 1976 in Atoka, OK. She later married Dan Hardman on Friday January 18, 1991 in Wapanucka, OK. They celebrated 30 years of marriage before their death. Marleta was a longtime member of Penn and A Church of Christ and has attended Wapanucka Church of Christ for the past 31 years. She was a Sunday school teacher, was in charge of organizing and organizing classes, was a rancher and loved tending cows, riding horses, visiting people, sewing, keeping her son-in-law entertaining and most of all enjoying herself it to be with their children and grandchildren.
    Marleta is survived by her husband Dan Hardman from the Atoka, OK home; Children, Mindy Cochran and husband Clay from Newcastle, OK, Amy Bolin and husband Brandon from Atoka, OK, Kelly Hardman and wife Donna from Atoka, OK, Karl Hardman and wife Michelle from Atoka, OK, Kisa Castleberry and husband Scott from Atoka, OK; Grandson, Larae Bolin from Atoka, OK, Mason Cochran from Newcastle, OK, Milo Cochran from Newcastle, OK, Latosha Safe from Atoka, OK, Tyra Eubank and husband Josh from Mannsville, OK, Tuff Hardman and wife Tori from Atoka, OK, Dylan Castleberry and wife Sheldyn of Achille, OK, Dakota Hardman of Tulsa, OK, Trace Hardman of Atoka, OK, Tess Daniel and husband Wyatt of Atoka, OK, Nick Castleberry of Atoka, OK; 10 great-grandchildren; special friends, Mary Morgan, Becky Estep, Camri Faulkenberry, Alex Horton; Siblings, Raylene Buren and husband Steve from Piedmont, OK, Malinda Calvert and husband Robert D. from Atoka, OK, Glenn Carroll and wife Connie from Atoka, OK; together with nieces, nephews, other relatives and many dear and beloved friends.
    Marleta was preceded in death by her parents Ray Carroll and Marlene June (Hartman) Carroll; in Laws, Frank Hardman and Minnie Hardman; Paternal grandparents, Oran and Ethel Carroll; Maternal grandparents, SJ and Malinda Iris Hartman.
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    DATE OF SERVICES: 2:00 p.m. Friday, November 26, 2021
    LOCATION OF SERVICE: Brown’s Funeral Chapel, Atoka, Oklahoma
    OFFICIAL: Wendell Ingram
    FUNERAL: Wards Chapel Cemetery, Atoka, Oklahoma
    CASKETBEARERS: Dylan Castleberry, Nick Castleberry, Zachary Ty Calvert, John Clancey Foran, Reese Wallace, Conner Brinkley, Briley Evans, Dinney Foran
    HONORARY HOLDERS: Steven Arp, Raygan Calvert, Walker Carroll, Calvin Carroll, Tuff Hardman, Dakota Hardman, Trace Hardman
    CONDOLS CAN BE EMAILED TO THE FAMILY TO: [email protected] PLEASE INCLUDE THE NAME OF THE DECEASED IN YOUR CORRESPONDENCE
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    Published by Brown’s Funeral Service – Atoka on November 24, 2021.

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    14 Sharpen the image in the viewfinder : FOCUS

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    19 Tide competitor : ERA

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    28 Out of the wind : ALEE

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    29 Fútbol cheer : OLE!

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    “Thar she blows!” is a phrase that originated on whaling ships. A lookout spotting a whale surfacing to breathe might see the spray from the blowhole caused by the expulsion of carbon dioxide. Thar (there) she blows!

    54 The “A” in A.D. : ANNO

    The designations Anno Domini (AD, “year of Our Lord”) and Before Christ (BC) are found in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The dividing point between AD and BC is the year of the conception of Jesus, with AD 1 following 1 BC without a year “0” in between. The AD/BC scheme dates back to AD 525, and gained wide acceptance soon after AD 800. Nowadays a modified version has become popular, with CE (Common/Christian Era) used to replace AD, and BCE (Before the Common/Christian Era) used to replace BC.

    58 Old fast fliers: Abbr. : SSTS

    The first supersonic transport (SST) to fly was the Tupolev Tu-144, which was constructed in the Soviet Union. The Tu-144 first flew in 1968, but did not carry passengers until 1977. The aircraft was permanently grounded as a passenger craft in 1978 due to concerns about safety (there had been two Tu-144 crashes). The second SST to fly was the Anglo-French Concorde, which operated at a profit for over 27 years until it was withdrawn from service in 2003. There was one Concorde crash, in Paris in July 2000. Since then, there have been no commercial SST services.

    60 __ Arbor, Michigan : ANN

    Ann Arbor, Michigan was founded in 1824 by John Allen and Elisha Rumsey. Supposedly, Allen and Rumsey originally used the name “Annsarbour” in recognition of stands of bur oak that were on the land they had purchased and in recognition of their wives, both of whom were called “Ann” (i.e. Anns’ Arbor)

    66 Uruguay uncle : TIO

    The official name of Uruguay is the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, which reflects the nation’s location on the eastern coast of South America. It is a relatively small country, the second-smallest on the continent, after Suriname. In 2009, Uruguay became the first country in the world to provide a free laptop and Internet access to every child. Now there’s a thought …

    67 Actress Demi : MOORE

    Demi Moore was born Demetria Guynes and took the name Demi Moore when she married her first husband, Freddy Moore. Moore’s second husband was Bruce Willis. She changed her name to Demi Guynes Kutcher a few years after marrying her third husband, Ashton Kutcher. However, Kutcher and Moore split in 2013.

    68 “Farewell, mon ami” : ADIEU

    “Adieu” is French for “goodbye, farewell”, from “à Dieu” meaning “to God”. The plural of “adieu” is “adieux”.

    69 UFO pilots : ETS

    One might speculate that an unidentified flying object (UFO) is flown by an extraterrestrial (ET).

    70 No right __: road sign : ON RED

    If you’re sitting behind a car that doesn’t make a right on red, it may just be a rental car driven by someone from Europe. Speaking as someone who learned to drive over there, I must admit I held up a few people at red lights when I first visited this country. That’s because in Europe we aren’t allowed to make any move past a red light, unless there is an accompanying green arrow. So, if you’re driving overseas, take care …

    Down

    1 “We’re __ to See the Wizard” : OFF

    “We’re Off to See the Wizard” is a celebrated song from the 1939 musical film “The Wizard of Oz”. It was composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics by Yip Harburg.

    2 Iberian land: Abbr. : POR

    Portugal is the most westerly country in Europe, and is located in the west of the Iberian Peninsula alongside Spain. The name “Portugal” comes from the Latin “Portus Cale”, the name used by ancient Romans for Porto, now the country’s second largest city. Portugal was a far-reaching power in the 15th and 16th centuries, at the center of the world’s first truly global empire. A legacy of the Portuguese Empire is that today there are more than 240 million Portuguese speakers across the world.

    The Iberian Peninsula in Europe is largely made up of Spain and Portugal. However, also included is the Principality of Andorra in the Pyrénées, a small part of the south of France, and the British Territory of Gibraltar. Iberia takes its name from the Ebro, the longest river in Spain, which the Romans named the “Iber”.

    6 Weather map line : ISOBAR

    An isobar is a line on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.

    9 Brownish purple : PUCE

    The name of the purple shade known as “puce” has a strange derivation. “Puce” came into English from French, in which language “puce” means “flea”. Supposedly, puce is the color of a flea!

    10 Toll rds. often named for states : TPKS

    Back in the 15th century, a turnpike (tpk.) was a defensive barrier across a road. By the 17th century the term was used for a barrier that stopped travelers until a toll was paid. By the 18th century a turnpike was the name given to a road with a toll.

    11 Spanish rice dish : PAELLA

    Paella is sometimes referred to as the Spanish national dish, but not by Spaniards. In Spain, paella is regarded as a typical regional dish from Valencia. The name “paella” means “frying pan” in Valencian, and is a reference to the shallow vessel traditionally used to cook the dish over an open fire.

    18 Pop singer Amos : TORI

    Tori Amos is an American pianist and singer. She started playing the piano at two years old, and was composing piano pieces by age five. Amos was playing in piano bars (chaperoned by her father) when she was 14. I’m going to have to find some of her music …

    22 “America’s Got __” : TALENT

    NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” is part of a global franchise based in the UK. The original show is called “Britain’s Got Talent”, and the whole franchise is owned by Simon Cowell. The first host of “America’s Got Talent” was Regis Philbin (2006), followed by Jerry Springer, Nick Cannon, Tyra Banks and Terry Crews.

    25 Paper purchase : REAM

    A ream is 500 sheets of paper. As there were 24 sheets in a quire, and 20 quires made up a ream, there used to be 480 sheets in a ream. Ever since the standard was changed to 500, a 480-sheet packet of paper has been called a “short ream”. We also use the term “reams” to mean a great amount, evolving from the idea of a lot of printed material.

    31 Vietnamese New Year : TET

    The full name for the New Year holiday in Vietnam is “Tet Nguyen Dan” meaning “Feast of the First Morning”, with the reference being to the arrival of the season of spring. Tet usually falls on the same day as Chinese New Year.

    37 Embassy rep. : AMB

    In the world of diplomacy, an ambassador is the representative of one head of state to another. There can only be one ambassador in an embassy. A consul, of which there may be several in an embassy, is an official representative of the government of one state in the territory of another.

    40 “Let It Snow” lyricist : CAHN

    “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” is a holiday song written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. Perhaps a little ironically, the pair wrote the song in Hollywood, California in July 1945, on one of the hottest days of the year.

    41 Tehran’s land : IRAN

    Before 1935, the country we know today as Iran was referred to as Persia by the Western world. The official name of the country since the Iranian Revolution of 1979 is the “Islamic Republic of Iran”.

    Tehran is the capital of Iran and is the largest city in the Middle East, with a population of about 8.5 million. Iran has been around a really long time and Tehran is actually the country’s 31st national capital.

    42 “Stretch” vehicle : LIMO

    The word “limousine” derives from the name of the French city of Limoges. The area around Limoges is called the Limousin, and it gave its name to a cloak hood worn by local shepherds. In early motor cars, a driver would sit outside in the weather while the passengers would sit in the covered compartment. The driver would often wear a limousin-style protective hood, giving rise to that type of transportation being called a “limousine”. Well, that’s how the story goes …

    48 Steinways, e.g. : PIANOS

    Steinway & Sons is a supplier of handmade pianos based in New York City and in Hamburg, Germany. The company was founded in Manhattan in 1853 by German immigrant Henry E. Steinway. One element of Steinway’s business model is to offer a “piano bank” service. Performing artists can “borrow” a particular piano from the bank for a particular concert or tour. About 400 pianos are in the bank, and are located all over the world. The value of the bank’s collection of pianos is estimated at over $25 million.

    56 Red Muppet : ELMO

    The “Sesame Street” character named Elmo has a birthday every February 3rd, and on that birthday he always turns 3½ years old. The man behind/under Elmo on “Sesame Street” for many years was Kevin Clash. If you want to learn more about Elmo and Clash, you can watch the 2011 documentary “Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey”.

    62 Luigi’s three : TRE

    In Italian, “uno e due” (one and two) is “tre” (three).

    63 Supermodel Carangi : GIA

    Gia Carangi was a fashion model, one often described as the world’s first supermodel. Carangi was from Philadelphia, and had her first modelling jobs appearing in newspaper ads. She started to abuse heroin in 1980, at 20 years of age. She contracted AIDS, and died at 26 years old. Carangi was one of the first famous women to succumb to the disease, in 1986. HBO made a biopic about Carangi’s life called “Gia” in 1998. Angelina Jolie played the title role.

    65 Boy king : TUT

    “King Tut” is a name commonly used for the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun. Tutankhamun may not have been the most significant of the pharaohs historically, but he is the most famous today largely because of the discovery of his nearly intact tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter. Prior to this find, any Egyptian tombs uncovered by archaeologists had been ravaged by grave robbers. Tutankhamun’s magnificent burial mask is one of the most recognizable of all Egyptian artifacts.

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    1 Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman,” e.g. : OPERA
    6 Bumbling : INEPT
    11 Frisk, as a suspect, with “down” : PAT …
    14 Sharpen the image in the viewfinder : FOCUS
    15 Give a recap : SUM UP
    16 Grow older : AGE
    17 How books are usually read : FRONT TO BACK
    19 Tide competitor : ERA
    20 Gaming novice, in slang : NOOB
    21 Snuggles : NESTLES
    23 Quite : VERY
    26 Female rodent, to Fernando : RATA
    28 Out of the wind : ALEE
    29 Fútbol cheer : OLE!
    30 How chapters in books are read : FIRST TO LAST
    33 Frisbee company : WHAM-O
    35 New Hampshire college town that sounds peachy : KEENE
    36 Akin : SIMILAR
    39 Sign-lettering aid : STENCIL
    43 __ Says: imitation game : SIMON
    45 Arcade pioneer : ATARI
    46 How pages in chapters in books are read : TOP TO BOTTOM
    51 Western omelet meat : HAM
    52 Mayberry boy : OPIE
    53 “__ she blows!” : THAR
    54 The “A” in A.D. : ANNO
    55 Numbs : DEADENS
    58 Old fast fliers: Abbr. : SSTS
    60 __ Arbor, Michigan : ANN
    61 How words on pages in chapters in books are usually read : LEFT TO RIGHT
    66 Uruguay uncle : TIO
    67 Actress Demi : MOORE
    68 “Farewell, mon ami” : ADIEU
    69 UFO pilots : ETS
    70 No right __: road sign : ON RED
    71 Intended : MEANT

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    1 “We’re __ to See the Wizard” : OFF
    2 Iberian land: Abbr. : POR
    3 Environmentalist’s prefix : ECO-
    4 Like undercooked eggs : RUNNY
    5 Regarding : AS TO
    6 Weather map line : ISOBAR
    7 Worn-down pencil : NUB
    8 Comes out of, as a scent from blossoms : EMANATES
    9 Brownish purple : PUCE
    10 Toll rds. often named for states : TPKS
    11 Spanish rice dish : PAELLA
    12 Goes along (with) : AGREES
    13 Service with cups and saucers : TEA SET
    18 Pop singer Amos : TORI
    22 “America’s Got __” : TALENT
    23 Swears : VOWS
    24 K-12, for short : ELHI
    25 Paper purchase : REAM
    27 “Naughty, naughty!” : TSK!
    30 Manuscript sheet : FOLIO
    31 Vietnamese New Year : TET
    32 Wee hour : ONE AM
    34 Lightly sprayed : MISTED
    37 Embassy rep. : AMB
    38 Cheers on : ROOTS FOR
    40 “Let It Snow” lyricist : CAHN
    41 Tehran’s land : IRAN
    42 “Stretch” vehicle : LIMO
    44 Extreme degree : NTH
    46 Until now : TO DATE
    47 Gift giver’s cry : OPEN IT!
    48 Steinways, e.g. : PIANOS
    49 Sampled, as food : TASTED
    50 Approximately : OR SO
    54 “All kidding __ … ” : ASIDE
    56 Red Muppet : ELMO
    57 Brightly colored : NEON
    59 Ore carrier : TRAM
    62 Luigi’s three : TRE
    63 Supermodel Carangi : GIA
    64 Barnyard layer : HEN
    65 Boy king : TUT

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    Are Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder Actually Married? He Says...

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    Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder have a bond like no other.

    Not only have the two starred in multiple movies together but, according to the pair, they may technically be married. Back in 2018, Ryder revealed to Entertainment Weekly that her onscreen nuptials with Keanu in 1992's Bram Stoker's Dracula had been presided by a "real Romanian priest."

    "We actually got married in Dracula. No, I swear to god I think we're married in real life," she said in a joint interview with Keanu at the time. "We shot the master and he did the whole thing. So I think we're married."

    When Winona reminded Keanu that they had filmed the wedding scene in the Francis Ford Coppola film on Valentine's Day, the 37-year-old actor joked, "Oh my gosh, we're married."

    Well, Keanu was once again asked to clarify his status with Winona in a video with Esquire released on Monday, Nov. 22. While explaining some facts about his life and career, the Matrix Resurrections star was presented with the question: "Are you and Winona Ryder technically married?"

    "We did a whole take of a marriage ceremony with real priests," he quipped. "Winona says we are. Coppola says we are. So I guess we're married under the eyes of God."

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    In Dracula, Keanu played Jonathan Harker, the fiancé to Winona's Mina Murray character. While speaking withThe Guardian in 2018, Coppola confirmed that he had recruited an actual priest for the wedding scene, so "in a sense, when we were all done, we realized that Keanu and Winona really are married as a result of this scene and this ceremony."

    Since the movie's release, Keanu and Winona have also appeared together in 2006's A Scanner Darkly, 2009's The Private Lives of Pippa Lee and 2018's Destination Wedding.

    However, it seems their time filming Dracula has left a mark. During an appearance on The Talk in 2019, Keanu revealed that "once in a while, I will get a text: 'Hello, husband'" from Winona.

    "I didn't really believe her, and then Francis Ford Coppola, the director of Dracula, contacted Winona and said publicly that, yeah, that really happened," he explained, "the priest did a full ceremony and Winona and I got married."

    Jokes aside, Keanu has been with artist Alexandra Grant since 2018. Meanwhile, Winona has been dating Scott Mackinlay Hahn since 2011.

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    There are some singers who turned out to be surprisingly competent actors. There's Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, and Mandy Moore, among others. Then there are the actors who turn out to be surprisingly successful singers. In this category, we'll put in basically everyone on Broadway, tyra j moore with Kristen Bell (she killed it in Frozen and Frozen 2) and Hugh Jackman (from Wolverine to The Greatest Showman is some range, baby!) for tyra j moore measure. Then there is the category of famous folks who aren't singers but gave it a try anyway, with sometimes cringeworthy results.

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    Now, it's important to clarify what qualifies someone to be on this list of singing attempts that were basically fails. First, they have to be famous enough at whatever their day job is that it was surprising to hear they were trying to make music too. Second, this list isn't about vocal quality alone. There are some celebs on this list who have some surprisingly good voices (um, we're not talking about you, Kim Kardashian) but whose music careers just never took off or who were one-hit wonders.

    There are also some folks here who just frankly can't really carry a tune (now we're talking about you, Kim Kardashian) but who gave it a try at least once. We're also not going to count the celebrities who actually have fully established music success in other countries, like Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, who has released a whopping 18 albums to much success in Germany.

    This is a list celebrating the celebs for whom a singing attempt will ultimately just be a weird footnote on their Wikipedia page. Consider this proof that even the famous and talented have fails sometimes!

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    Kim Kardashian

    In 2011, Kim Kardashian released a dance song called "Jam (Turn It Up)" that is, frankly, an autotuned nightmare. It was a total flop, and Kim herself has said that she regrets recording it, noting that she's not a singer and never really wanted to be. She had intended for half of the proceeds to be donated to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, which is a nice gesture but probably ended up being a really small check.

    2/15

    Tyra Banks

    Model and reality TV host Tyra Banks spent six years trying to make the transition from Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl to pop princess. While she had dreams of being the next J.Lo, she only released one single. Shake Ya Body gave several models from America's Next Top Model a chance to star in a music video, but it was otherwise a big flop.

    3/15

    Robert Downey Jr.

    Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. has actually done a bit better than some of the other celebs on this list. Not only has he appeared on a few soundtracks, he actually released an album in 2004. However, he still landed on this list because it only sold about 16,000 copies and never managed to crack the top 100 in the US.

    4/15

    Brie Larson

    Another star from the Marvel universe who tried to make a go of it in music was Captain Marvel's Brie Larson. Before she made it big in acting, she released the embarrassingly tyra j moore album Finally Out of P.E., which sold a whopping 4,000 copies. Stick to saving the universe, Brie.

    5/15

    Hulk & Brooke Hogan

    Here's a special two-for-one celebrity musical fail: Hulk and Brooke Hogan. There was a period of time when the Hogan family was determined to get more famous. Hulk had his wrestling career, but they also launched two reality TV shows, tried to make it in the restaurant business, and both father and daughter tried their hands at singing careers. Neither hit it big, though Brooke did record two albums.

    6/15

    Kobe Bryant

    The late, great NBA star Kobe Bryant is one of the many professional athletes who've tried to make a second career in the rap game. He signed a record contract in 1999 and released the single "K.O.B.E.," which flopped so badly that his contract was canceled and the rest of his music was buried until some of it leaked following his tragic death in 2020.

    7/15

    Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell is an undisputed queen of the runway, but she might not be anyone's first choice as a karaoke duet partner. In 1994, she released an album called Babywoman that peaked at No. 21 on the charts in Belgium but failed to produce any hit singles.

    8/15

    Steven Seagal

    Anyone who has ever watched aging action star Steven Seagal in one of his many, many direct-to-video movies and thought, "Man, I wish I could I hear that guy sing some country and reggae music", well … good news! A copy of his 2005 album Songs From the Crystal Cave is probably on the internet somewhere for streaming.

    9/15

    Paris Hilton

    With songs as deep and profound as "My Best Friend's Ass," it's surprising that Paris Hilton hasn't become the musical voice of her generation. To give her credit, her 2006 song "Stars Are Blind" did briefly make it the top of the US dance music charts.

    10/15

    Shaquille O'Neal

    Another basketball great who also wanted to make it as a rapper was Shaq, who actually released four albums from 1993 to 1998. While he enjoyed some moderate success with his first one, the popularity waned quickly. His last album sold only around 100,000 copies in total and barely made a dent on the Top 100 charts.

    11/15

    Heidi Montag

    The best part of professionally fame hungry reality TV star Heidi Montag's attempt at a music career is that she named her album Superficial. The title is a funny little nod to her history with plastic surgery, but the album was a major flop, selling only a few thousand copies when it came out.

    12/15

    Scott Baio

    Back when he was a young and charming TV star on shows such as Happy Days and Charles in Charge, and before he became politically problematic, Scott Baio released two pop albums in 1982 and 1983. While the albums had some minor popularity, he was much more successful as a sitcom actor.

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    Bruce Willis was at the peak of his Moonlighting popularity when he released his two R&B-inspired albums, the inexplicably named The Return of Bruno and If It Don't Kill You, It Just Makes You Stronger. Neither were huge hits, but he did go on to have a few songs on movie soundtracks.

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    She's a major movie star, and although some critics described her first album as having "surprising allure," her music career has never been as successful as her movie career. Her debut album, Anywhere I Lay My Head, sold less than 20,000 copies in the US.

    15/15

    David Duchovny

    The truth is out there. And the truth is that X-Files star David Duchovny has released three albums of folk and indie rock music. While the albums haven't been commercial successes, David does get some credit for writing many of the songs himself.

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    Today’s Wiki-est Amazonian Googlies

    Across

    1 Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman,” e.g. : OPERA

    “The Flying Dutchman” (“Der fliegende Holländer” in German) is an opera by Richard Wagner. The title character is a sailor who is cursed to sail the seas forever on a ghostly ship. A chance for salvation comes round once every seven years, if the Dutchman is able to find a wife who loves him. The Flying Dutchman’s ghost ship ties up alongside a vessel sheltering from an icy storm. The captain of the anchored vessel has a daughter of marrying age. Complications ensue …

    6 Bumbling : INEPT

    If one is capable, one might jokingly be described as “ept”, the ostensible opposite of “inept”.

    11 Frisk, as a suspect, with “down” : PAT …

    Back in the 1500s, the verb “to frisk” meant “to dance, frolic”, a sense that carries through to our contemporary adjective “frisky”. “Frisk” somehow took on the meaning “pat down in a search” in the late 1700s.

    14 Sharpen the image in the viewfinder : FOCUS

    A focus (plural “foci”) is a point of convergence, or a center of activity. “Focus” is a Latin word meaning “hearth, fireplace”. I guess the idea is that the hearth is usually the focus of a room.

    19 Tide competitor : ERA

    Era was the first liquid laundry detergent produced by Procter & Gamble.

    20 Gaming novice, in slang : NOOB

    “Noob” is a not-so-nice slang term for a “newbie”, and often refers to someone who is new to an online community.

    26 Female rodent, to Fernando : RATA

    In Spanish, a “rata” (female rat) is the mate of a “rato” (male rat).

    28 Out of the wind : ALEE

    Alee is the direction away from the wind. If a sailor points into the wind, he or she is pointing aweather. The sheltered side of an island, for example, might be referred to as the “lee” side.

    29 Fútbol cheer : OLE!

    “Fútbol” is the Spanish word for “football, soccer”.

    33 Frisbee company : WHAM-O

    Wham-O was founded in 1948, with the company’s first product being the Wham-O slingshot. Since then, Wham-O has marketed a string of hit toys including the Hula Hoop, Frisbee, Slip ‘N Slide, Silly String, Hacky Sack and Boogie Board.

    35 New Hampshire college town that sounds peachy : KEENE

    The New Hampshire city of Keene was named in 1753 after Sir Benjamin Keene, who was the British Ambassador to Spain at the time. Keene is home to Keene State College as well as Antioch University New England.

    39 Sign-lettering aid : STENCIL

    A stencil is a sheet of impervious material with perforations in the shape of letters or a design. The stencil is placed over a surface to be printed and then the printing medium is applied, so that the medium only attaches to the surface beneath the perforations.

    43 __ Says: imitation game : SIMON

    “Simon Says” is a kids’ game. The idea is for the players of the game to obey the “controller” who gives instructions. But the players should only obey when the controller uses the words, “Simon says …”. The game has very old roots, with a Latin version that uses the words “Cicero dicit fac hoc” (Cicero says do this).

    45 Arcade pioneer : ATARI

    Founded in 1972, electronics and video game manufacturer Atari was once the fastest-growing company in US history. However, Atari never really recovered from the video game industry crash of 1983.

    Our word “arcade” comes from the Latin “arcus” meaning “arc”. The first arcades were passages made from a series of arches. This could be an avenue of trees, and eventually any covered avenue. I remember arcades lined with shops and stores when I was growing up on the other side of the Atlantic. Arcades came to be lined with lots of amusements, resulting in amusement arcades and video game arcades.

    51 Western omelet meat : HAM

    A Western omelet (sometimes “omelette”) is also known as a Southwest omelet or a Denver omelet. The usual ingredients include diced ham, onions and green bell peppers.

    52 Mayberry boy : OPIE

    Opie Taylor is the character played by Ron Howard on “The Andy Griffith Show”. Opie lives with widowed father Andy Taylor (played by Andy Griffith) and his great-aunt Beatrice “Aunt Bee” Taylor (played by Frances Bavier). Ron Howard first played the role in 1960 in the pilot show, when he was just 5 years old. Howard sure has come a long way since playing Opie Taylor. He has directed some fabulous movies including favorites of mine like “Apollo 13”, “A Beautiful Mind” and “The Da Vinci Code”.

    Mayberry is the fictional North Carolina town in which the “The Andy Griffith Show” is set. Mayberry is said to be based on Griffith’s own hometown of Mount Airy, North Carolina.

    53 “__ she blows!” : THAR

    “Thar she blows!” is a phrase that originated on whaling ships. A lookout spotting a whale surfacing to breathe might see the spray from the blowhole caused by the expulsion of carbon dioxide. Thar (there) she blows!

    54 The “A” in A.D. : ANNO

    The designations Anno Tyra j moore (AD, “year of Our Lord”) and Before Christ (BC) are found in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The dividing point between AD and BC is the year of the conception of Jesus, with AD 1 following 1 BC without a year “0” in between. The AD/BC scheme dates back to AD 525, and gained wide acceptance soon after AD 800. Nowadays a modified version has become popular, with CE (Common/Christian Era) used to replace AD, and BCE (Before the Common/Christian Era) used to replace BC.

    58 Old fast fliers: Abbr. : SSTS

    The first supersonic transport (SST) to fly was the Tupolev Tu-144, which was constructed in the Soviet Union. The Tu-144 first flew in 1968, but did not carry passengers until 1977. The aircraft was permanently grounded as a passenger craft in 1978 due to concerns about safety (there had been two Tu-144 crashes). The second SST to fly was the Anglo-French Concorde, which operated at a profit for over 27 years until it was withdrawn from service in 2003. There was one Concorde crash, in Paris in July 2000. Since then, there have been no commercial SST services.

    60 __ Arbor, Michigan : ANN

    Ann Arbor, Michigan was founded in 1824 by John Allen and Elisha Rumsey. Supposedly, Allen and Rumsey originally used the name “Annsarbour” in recognition of stands of bur oak that were on the land they had purchased and in recognition of their wives, both of whom were called “Ann” (i.e. Anns’ Arbor)

    66 Uruguay uncle : TIO

    The official name of Uruguay is the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, which reflects the nation’s location on the eastern coast of South America. It is a relatively small country, the second-smallest on the continent, after Suriname. In 2009, Uruguay became the first country in the world to provide a free laptop and Internet access to every child. Now there’s a thought …

    67 Actress Demi : MOORE

    Demi Moore was born Demetria Guynes and took the name Demi Moore when she married her first husband, Freddy Moore. Moore’s second husband was Bruce Willis. She changed her name to Demi Guynes Kutcher a few years after marrying her third husband, Ashton Kutcher. However, Kutcher and Moore split in 2013.

    68 “Farewell, mon ami” : ADIEU

    “Adieu” is French for “goodbye, farewell”, from “à Dieu” meaning “to God”. The plural of “adieu” is “adieux”.

    69 UFO pilots : ETS

    One might speculate that an unidentified flying object (UFO) is flown by an extraterrestrial (ET).

    70 No right __: road sign : ON RED

    If you’re sitting behind a car that doesn’t make a right on red, it may just be a rental car driven by someone from Europe. Speaking as someone who learned to drive over there, I must admit I held up a few people at red lights when I first visited this country. That’s because in Europe we aren’t allowed to make any move past a red light, unless there is an accompanying green arrow. So, if you’re driving overseas, take care …

    Down

    1 “We’re __ to See the Wizard” : OFF

    “We’re Off to See the Wizard” is a celebrated song from the 1939 musical film “The Wizard of Oz”. It was composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics by Yip Harburg.

    2 Iberian land: Abbr. : POR

    Portugal is the most westerly country in Europe, and is located in the west of the Iberian Peninsula alongside Spain. The name “Portugal” comes from the Latin “Portus Cale”, the name used by ancient Romans for Porto, now the country’s second largest city. Portugal was a far-reaching power in the 15th and 16th centuries, at the center of the world’s first truly global empire. A legacy of the Portuguese Empire is that today there are more than 240 million Portuguese speakers across the world.

    The Iberian Peninsula in Europe is largely made up of Spain and Portugal. However, also included is the Principality of Andorra in the Pyrénées, a small part of the south of France, and the British Territory of Gibraltar. Iberia takes its name from the Ebro, the longest river in Spain, which the Romans named the “Iber”.

    6 Weather map line : ISOBAR

    An isobar is a line on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.

    9 Brownish purple : PUCE

    The name of the purple shade known as “puce” has a strange derivation. “Puce” came into English from French, in which language “puce” means “flea”. Supposedly, puce is the color of a flea!

    10 Toll rds. often named for states : TPKS

    Back in the 15th century, a turnpike (tpk.) was a defensive barrier across a road. By tyra j moore 17th century the term was used for a barrier that stopped travelers until a toll was paid. By the 18th century a turnpike was the name given to a road with a toll.

    11 Spanish rice dish : PAELLA

    Paella is sometimes referred to as the Spanish national dish, but not by Spaniards. In Spain, paella is regarded as a typical regional dish from Valencia. The name “paella” means “frying pan” in Valencian, and is a reference to the shallow vessel traditionally used to cook the dish over an open fire.

    18 Pop singer Amos : TORI

    Tori Amos is an American pianist and singer. She started playing the piano at two years old, and was composing piano pieces by age five. Amos was playing in piano bars (chaperoned by her father) when she was 14. I’m going to have to find some of her music …

    22 “America’s Got __” : TALENT

    NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” is part of a global franchise based in the UK. The original show is called “Britain’s Got Talent”, and the whole franchise is owned by Simon Cowell. The first host of “America’s Got Talent” was Regis Philbin (2006), followed by Jerry Springer, Nick Cannon, Tyra Banks and Terry Crews.

    25 Paper purchase : REAM

    A ream is 500 sheets of paper. As there were 24 sheets in a quire, and 20 quires made up a ream, there used to be 480 sheets in a ream. Ever since the standard was changed to 500, a 480-sheet packet of paper has been called a “short ream”. We also use the term “reams” to mean a great amount, evolving from the idea of a lot of printed material.

    31 Vietnamese New Year : TET

    The full name for the New Year holiday in Vietnam is “Tet Nguyen Dan” meaning “Feast of the First Morning”, with the reference being to the arrival of the season of spring. Tet usually falls on the same day as Chinese New Year.

    37 Embassy rep. : AMB

    In the world of diplomacy, an ambassador is the representative of one head of state to another. There can only be one ambassador in an embassy. A consul, of which there may be several in an embassy, is an official representative of the government of one state in the territory of another.

    40 “Let It Snow” lyricist : CAHN

    “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” is a holiday song written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. Perhaps a little ironically, the pair wrote the song in Hollywood, California in July 1945, on one of the hottest days of the year.

    41 Tehran’s land : IRAN

    Before 1935, the country we know today as Iran was referred to as Persia by the Western world. The official name of the country since the Iranian Revolution of 1979 is the “Islamic Republic of Iran”.

    Tehran is the capital of Iran and is the largest city in the Middle East, with a population of about 8.5 million. Iran has been around a really long time and Tehran is actually the country’s 31st national capital.

    42 “Stretch” vehicle : LIMO

    The word “limousine” derives from the name of the French city of Limoges. The area around Limoges is called the Limousin, and it gave its name to a cloak hood worn by local shepherds. In early motor cars, a driver would sit outside in the weather while the passengers would sit in the covered compartment. The driver would often wear tyra j moore limousin-style protective hood, giving rise to that type of transportation being called a “limousine”. Well, that’s how the story goes …

    48 Steinways, e.g. : PIANOS

    Steinway & Sons is a supplier of handmade pianos based in New York City and in Hamburg, Germany. The company was founded in Manhattan in 1853 by German immigrant Henry E. Steinway. One element of Steinway’s business model is to offer a “piano bank” service. Performing artists can “borrow” a particular piano from the bank for a particular concert or tour. About 400 pianos are in the bank, and are located all over the world. The value of the bank’s collection of pianos is estimated at over $25 million.

    56 Red Muppet : ELMO

    The “Sesame Street” character named Elmo has a birthday every February 3rd, and on that birthday he always turns 3½ years old. The man behind/under Elmo on “Sesame Street” for many years was Kevin Clash. If you want to learn more about Elmo and Clash, you can watch the 2011 documentary “Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey”.

    62 Luigi’s three : TRE

    In Italian, “uno e due” (one and two) is “tre” (three).

    63 Supermodel Carangi : GIA

    Gia Carangi was a fashion model, one often described as the world’s first supermodel. Carangi was from Philadelphia, and had her first modelling jobs appearing in newspaper ads. She started to abuse heroin in 1980, at 20 years of age. She contracted AIDS, and died at 26 years old. Carangi was one of the first famous women to succumb to the disease, in 1986. The reach key west spa made a biopic about Carangi’s life called “Gia” in 1998. Angelina Jolie played the title role.

    65 Boy king : TUT

    “King Tut” is a name commonly used for the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun. Tutankhamun may not have been the most significant of the pharaohs historically, but he is the most famous today largely because of the discovery of his nearly intact tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter. Prior to this find, any Egyptian tombs uncovered by archaeologists had been ravaged by grave robbers. Tutankhamun’s magnificent burial mask is one of the most recognizable of all Egyptian artifacts.

    Complete List of Clues/Answers

    Across

    1 Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman,” e.g. : OPERA
    6 Bumbling : INEPT
    11 Frisk, as a suspect, with “down” : PAT …
    14 Sharpen the image in the viewfinder : FOCUS
    15 Give a recap : SUM UP
    16 Grow older : AGE
    17 How books are usually read : FRONT TO BACK
    19 Tide competitor : ERA
    20 Gaming novice, in slang : NOOB
    21 Snuggles : NESTLES
    23 Quite : VERY
    26 Female rodent, to Fernando : RATA
    28 Out of the wind : ALEE
    29 Fútbol cheer : OLE!
    30 How chapters in books are read : FIRST TO LAST
    33 Frisbee company : WHAM-O
    35 New Hampshire college town that sounds peachy : KEENE
    36 Akin : SIMILAR
    39 Sign-lettering aid : STENCIL
    43 __ Says: imitation game : SIMON
    45 Arcade pioneer : ATARI
    46 How pages in chapters in books are read : TOP TO BOTTOM
    51 Western omelet meat : HAM
    52 Mayberry boy : OPIE
    53 “__ she blows!” : THAR
    54 The “A” in A.D. : ANNO
    55 Numbs : DEADENS
    58 Old fast fliers: Abbr. : SSTS
    60 __ Arbor, Michigan : ANN
    61 How words on pages in chapters in books are usually read : LEFT TO RIGHT
    66 Uruguay uncle : TIO
    67 Actress Demi : MOORE
    68 “Farewell, mon ami” : ADIEU
    69 UFO pilots : ETS
    70 No right __: road sign : ON RED
    71 Intended : MEANT

    Down

    1 “We’re __ to See the Wizard” : OFF
    2 Iberian land: Abbr. : POR
    3 Environmentalist’s prefix : ECO-
    4 Like undercooked eggs : RUNNY
    5 Regarding : AS TO
    6 Weather map line : ISOBAR
    7 Worn-down pencil : NUB
    8 Comes out of, as a scent from blossoms : EMANATES
    9 Brownish purple : PUCE
    10 Toll rds. often named for states : TPKS
    11 Spanish rice dish : PAELLA
    12 Goes along (with) : AGREES
    13 Service with cups and saucers : TEA SET
    18 Pop singer Amos : TORI
    22 “America’s Got __” : TALENT
    23 Swears : VOWS
    24 K-12, for short : ELHI
    25 Paper purchase : REAM
    27 “Naughty, naughty!” : TSK!
    30 Manuscript sheet : FOLIO
    31 Vietnamese New Year : TET
    32 Wee hour : ONE AM
    34 Lightly sprayed : MISTED
    37 Embassy rep. : AMB
    38 Cheers on : ROOTS FOR
    40 “Let It Snow” lyricist : CAHN
    41 Tehran’s land : IRAN
    42 “Stretch” vehicle : LIMO
    44 Extreme degree : NTH
    46 Until now : TO DATE
    47 Gift giver’s cry : OPEN IT!
    48 Steinways, e.g. : PIANOS
    49 Sampled, as food : TASTED
    50 Approximately : OR SO
    54 “All kidding __ … ” : ASIDE
    56 Red Muppet : ELMO
    57 Brightly colored : NEON
    59 Ore carrier : TRAM
    62 Luigi’s three : TRE
    63 Supermodel Carangi : GIA
    64 Barnyard layer : HEN
    65 Boy king : TUT

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    Tyra Moore

    MyHeritage Family Trees

    Tyra Cooksey Moore, 1909 - 1973Tyra Cooksey Moore19091973KentuckyKentucky

    Tyra Cooksey Moore was born on month day 1909, at birth place, Kentucky, to Bettie Moore (born Lester).
    Bettie was born on September 4 1877, in Henderson Co., KY.
    Tyra married Zella Irene Cecil (born Raleigh).
    Zella was born on August 11 1903, in Henderson Co., KY.

    Tyra J Moore, 1838 - 1908Tyra J Moore18381908IllinoisKansas

    Tyra J Moore was born on month day 1838, at birth place, Illinois, to Robert Moore and Catherine Moore (born Barnes).
    Robert was born on December 13 1813, in North Carolina.
    Catherine was born in 1819, in Ohio.
    Tyra married Mary M Moore (born Shough) in 1862, at age 23 at marriage place, Illinois.
    Mary was born on August 21 1844, in Ohio.
    Tyra lived in 1850, at address, Illinois.
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    He lived in 1870, at address, Missouri.
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    Tyra Glenn Moore, Circa 1823 - 1898Tyra Glenn Moore18231898Alabama

    Tyra Glenn Moore was born circa 1823, at birth place, Alabama, to David Moore and Martha Moore (born Sharp).
    David was born in 1795, in Georgia.
    Elizabeth was born circa 1815, in Dallas, Alabama, USA.
    They had 7 children: Martha Rebecca Mooney (born Moore), Joseph d. Moore Moore and 5 other children.
    Tyra lived in 1850, at address, Mississippi.
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    Tyra Glen Moore was born circa 1819, at birth place, Alabama.
    They had one son: Robert Moore.
    Tyra lived in 1860, at address, Mississippi.
    He lived in 1860, at address, Mississippi.
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    Tyra MOORE, born 1864Tyra MOORE1864North Carolina

    Tyra MOORE was born in 1864, at birth place, North Carolina, to Aldin MOORE and Mary MOORE (born WILLIS).
    Aldin was born in 1837, in North Carolina.
    Mary was born in 1842, in North Carolina.
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    Tyra Moore was born in 1867, at birth place, North Carolina.
    Tyra married Melissa Moore (born Davis) in 1887, at age 20 at marriage place, North Carolina.
    Melissa was born in 1869, in Carteret, N.C.

    Tyra Moore, born 1838Tyra Moore1838

    Tyra Moore was born in 1838, at birth place, to Jonathan Moore and Sarah Moore tyra j moore Patterson).
    Jonathan was born on August 19 1787, in Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA.
    Sarah was born on August 7 1788, in York, South Carolina, United States.

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    Tyra MOORE married Melissa MOORE (born DAVIS).
    Melissa was born in 1869, tyra j moore North Carolina, USA.
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    Tyra L. Moore 1962 1963

    Tyra L. Moore, 1962 - 1963

    Tyra L. Moore was born on October 9 1962.
    Tyra passed away on February 20 1963.
    She was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Springdale, Ohio, United States.
    Elizabeth H Webb 1837 1914

    Tyra Moore, 1837 - 1914

    Elizabeth H Webb was born on December 31 1837, to Tyra Moore and Kathrine Moore.
    Elizabeth passed away on September 4 1914, at age 76.
    She was buried in Ward Cem, Swansboro, North Carolina, United States.

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    Tyra T. Moore 1864 1944TennesseeTennessee

    Tyra T. Moore, 1864 - 1944

    Tyra T. Moore was born on month day 1864, at birth place, Tennessee, to Jefferson Moore and Setetia Moore.
    Tyra lived in 1900, at address, Tennessee.
    He lived in 1920, at address, Tennessee.
    He lived in 1930, at address, Tennessee.
    He lived in 1935, at address, Tennessee.
    He lived in 1940, at address, Tennessee.
    Lois Evelyn Tyra 1933 2002OklahomaOklahoma

    Lois Evelyn Tyra (born Moore), 1933 - 2002

    Lois Evelyn Tyra was born on month day 1933, at birth place, Oklahoma, to Clarence Leroy Moore and Mary Gertrude Moore.
    Lois had 7 siblings: Clarence Lester Moore, Lorene M. Groves and 5 other siblings.
    Lois married Charles Edward Tyra in 1954, at age 20.
    They divorced in 1974, at age 40.
    She lived in 1940, at address, Oklahoma.
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    Tyra Cooksey Moore, 1909 - 1973

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    Tyra Glen Moore, 1823 - 1898

    Tyra Glen Moore was born in 1823, at birth place, Alabama, to Elder David Moore and Martha Moore.
    Tyra passed away in 1898, at age 75 at death place, Mississippi.

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    Tyra, Glenn was born in 1825, at birth place, Alabama, to Elder, David and Martha.
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    Tyra passed away in 1869, at age 44 at death place, Fulton ny weather 10 day Moore

    Tyra Moore

    Tyra Moore married Mary Shough.
    They had one son: Frank Moore.

    1900 United States Federal Census

    Tyra Moore 1829North Carolina

    Tyra Moore, born 1829

    Tyra married Mary Moore circa 1853, at age 23.
    They had one child: Mosourie Chadwick.
    Tyra lived in 1900, at address, North Carolina.

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    Are Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder Actually Married? He Says.

    Sandra Bullock Addresses Keanu Reeves DATING Rumors

    Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder have a bond like no other.

    Not only have the two starred in multiple movies together but, according to the pair, they may technically be married. Back in 2018, Ryder revealed to Entertainment Weekly that her onscreen nuptials with Keanu in 1992's Bram Stoker's Dracula had been presided by a "real Romanian priest."

    "We actually got married in Dracula. No, I swear to god I think we're married in real life," she said in a joint interview with Keanu at the time. "We shot the master and he did the whole thing. So I think we're married."

    When Winona reminded Keanu that they had filmed the wedding scene in the Francis Ford Coppola film on Valentine's Phone number home depot bangor maine, the 37-year-old actor joked, "Oh my gosh, we're married."

    Well, Keanu was once again asked to clarify his status with Winona in a video with Esquire released on Monday, Nov. 22. While explaining some facts about his life and career, the Matrix Resurrections star was presented with the question: "Are you and Winona Ryder technically married?"

    "We did a whole take of a marriage ceremony with real priests," he quipped. "Winona says we are. Coppola says we are. So I guess we're married under the eyes of God."

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    In Dracula, Keanu played Jonathan Harker, the fiancé to Winona's Mina Murray character. While speaking withThe Guardian in 2018, Coppola confirmed that he had recruited an actual priest for the wedding scene, so "in a sense, when we were all done, we realized that Keanu and Winona really are married as a result of this scene and this ceremony."

    Since the movie's release, Keanu and Winona have also appeared together in 2006's A Scanner Darkly, 2009's The Private Lives of Pippa Lee and 2018's Destination Wedding.

    However, it seems their time filming Dracula has left a mark. During an appearance on The Talk in 2019, Keanu revealed that "once in a while, I will get a text: 'Hello, husband'" from Winona.

    "I didn't really believe her, and then Francis Ford Coppola, the director of Dracula, contacted Winona and said publicly that, yeah, that really happened," he explained, "the priest did a why is td ameritrade stock down ceremony and Winona and I got married."

    Jokes aside, Keanu has been with artist Alexandra Grant since 2018. Meanwhile, Winona has been dating Scott Mackinlay Hahn since 2011.

    Keep scrolling for more past celeb couplings that may surprise you.

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    The Story Behind Michael K. Williams' Face Scar — and How It Helped Launch His Career

    Michael K. Williams made a habit of seeing the silver lining.

    The late Wire actor, who died Monday at the age of 54, previously opened up about how he got the distinctive scar on his face during a "barroom brawl" — and how he believed the altercation ultimately launched his Hollywood career.

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    "On my birthday — my 25th birthday — I got cut in my face in a barroom brawl," he told NPR in 2014. "There was a popping party going on in Queens. I went outside to get some air, and I saw that two of my other friends were being surrounded by some dudes who I didn't know. And it looked like they were about to get jumped. And I said, 'Yo, I'm ready to leave. Let's go back. I'm going aqi san jose now go back home now.'"

    For more on Michael K. Williams and other top stories, listen below to our daily podcast PEOPLE Every Day.

    He continued, "But this one dude kept pacing behind me. He kept walking behind me. He kept like, you know, sucking his teeth. And I'm looking, I'm like, 'Yo — so what's up dude? Yo bro, what's your problem?'" 

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    Williams said he thought the man was preparing to "smack" him but had actually procured a razor blade.

    "He was positioning the razor in his mouth to get between his middle finger and his ring finger, and then he just . swiped me down my face, and this cut my face. It was actually the first hit of the fight. So we managed to escape with our lives, barely, that night," he said. "Things changed immediately after that."

    From there, Williams said the scar that formed on his face led to him being considered for more "thug roles," beginning with his breakout role in the 1996 movie Bullet alongside late rapper Tupac Shakur.

    "Tupac Shakur was filming a movie in New York called Bullet, opposite Mickey Rourke," he recalled on on NPR. "And the production office that they were working out of in New York happened to have a Polaroid picture of me, from me going to audition from some various music videos. So he happened to see a Polaroid picture of me and was like, 'Yo, this dude looks thugged out enough that he could play my little brother.' I think he saw my pain and my struggle, my heart. I was just like — I was starstruck, you know. I was like, 'Wow, that's Tupac Shakur.'" 

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    Years prior, in a 2011 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Williams explained why he "opted out" of retaliating after the fight that night. 

    "I knew that I did not want blood on my hands," he said. "And I honestly believe that because I let it go, I didn't harbor any ill feelings, I didn't react in a negative way in revenge, I believe that something happened inside, spiritually. It's why people look at this and see a thing of beauty. Had I taken the other route, I think it would have made me ugly — from the inside." 

    "I'm very, very fortunate," he later added.

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    Williams was found dead Monday afternoon at around 2 p.m. in his Brooklyn penthouse apartment, an NYPD source told PEOPLE. His nephew discovered his body in the living room.

    "It is with deep sorrow that the family announces the passing of Emmy nominated actor Michael Kenneth Williams," a rep for Williams told PEOPLE. "They ask for your privacy while grieving this unsurmountable loss."

    In addition to The Wire, Williams was known for parts in Law & Order, Boardwalk Empire and Lovecraft Country, the last of which earned him his fifth Emmy Award nomination.

    Источник: https://people.com/tv/how-michael-k-williams-face-scar-helped-launch-his-career/

    Adrianne Palicki

    American actress and model

    Adrianne Palicki

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    Palicki in 2013

    Born

    Adrianne Lee Palicki[1]


    (1983-05-06) May 6, 1983 (age 38)

    Toledo, Ohio, U.S.

    Occupation
    Years active2003–present
    Spouse(s)

    Scott Grimes

    (m. 2019; sep. 2020)​

    Adrianne Lee Palicki (born May 6, 1983) is an American actress and model. She is best known for her starring roles as Tyra Collette in the NBC sports drama series Friday Night Lights (2006–2011), as Barbara "Bobbi" Morse in the ABC superhero drama series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2014–2016), and as Commander Kelly Grayson in the Fox/Hulu science fiction comedy-drama series The Orville (2017–present).[2]

    Palicki also had supporting roles in the films Legion (2010), Red Dawn (2012), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), and John Wick (2014).

    Early life[edit]

    Palicki was born in Toledo, Ohio, the daughter of Nancy Lee (née French) and Jeffrey Arthur Palicki.[3] She has an older brother, Eric, a comic book writer who influenced her interest in comics.[4]

    Career[edit]

    Adrianne Palicki promoting the 2010 film Legionat San Diego Comic-Con.

    Palicki was a series regular on the first three seasons of NBC's drama series Friday Night Lights from 2006 to 2009, portraying Tyra Collette. In early 2011, she returned for the final two episodes of the series.[5]

    In 2003, Palicki also appeared as Judy Robinson in John Woo's unsold pilot, The Robinsons: Lost in Space. In 2006, she also appeared in The WBpilotAquaman as the evil Nadia. The pilot was not picked up for series by The CW network, a result of The WB and UPN network merger, which occurred while the pilot was being filmed. She appeared as Kara/Lindsay Harrison in the season 3 finale of Smallville. Palicki appeared in Supernatural as Jessica Moore, Sam Winchester's doomed girlfriend who is killed by a demon in its pilot episode. The character reappears in the Supernatural season 2 episode, "What Is and What Should Never Be", and the season 5 episode "Free To Be You and Me."

    She made an appearance in the will.i.am music video "We Are the Ones" in support of 2008 presidential hopeful Barack Obama.[6] In 2010, Palicki joined the FOX television drama Lone Star, which was cancelled after two episodes, despite good reviews.[7] In 2011, Palicki portrayed Wonder Woman in a 2011 pilot produced by David E. Kelley for NBC. The pilot was not picked up as a series.[8][9] She played the recurring role of Dr. Samantha Lake in season one of the sitcom About a Boy in tyra j moore, reuniting with Friday Night Lights showrunner Jason Katims.[10]

    Palicki starred in Legion (2010), and co-starred in G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) in the lead female role of Lady Jaye.[11] She also appeared in supporting roles in Red Dawn (2012)[12] and John Wick (2014).[13] Although initially signed on to star in the Jamie Babbit's 2012 horror film Breaking the Girls, due to production delays and scheduling conflicts, she does not appear in the film.[14][15]

    In August 2014, Palicki joined Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in a recurring role as Barbara "Bobbi" Morse.[16] She became one of the principal cast after the midseason break of season 2,[17] continuing until her character was written out of the series near the end of season 3. ABC ordered a pilot episode for a spin-off, Marvel's Most Wanted, featuring her character in the lead role,[18] but did not develop it as a series.[19]

    In July 2016, Palicki was cast as Kelly Grayson in The Orville, a science fictioncomedy-drama series created by Seth MacFarlane, who also stars in it as Captain Mercer, her character's ex-husband.[20] The series premiered on September 10, 2017 and two seasons have aired on FOX. A third season is in development.

    In 2016, Palicki and her brother, Eric, collaborated on writing their first comic book, titled No Angel, published by Black Mask Studios. The first issue was released November 30, 2016.[21]

    Personal life[edit]

    Palicki has celiac disease.[22][23] In September 2014, her representative confirmed that she was engaged to stuntman Bank of america wire transfer routing number california Spidell, whom she met on the set of John Wick.[24] At the San Diego Comic-Con in 2018, it was revealed that she was dating The Orville co-star Scott Grimes. The two announced their engagement in January 2019[25] and married on May 19, 2019, in Austin, Texas.[26][27] Two months later, she filed for divorce on July 22, 2019.[28] In mid-November of that year, a judge granted Palicki's request to dismiss the filing.[29] Palicki filed for divorce for the second time on July 16, 2020.[30]

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    References[edit]

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