Category Archives: Entertainers

Enrique Iglesias

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© Eva Rinaldi

Enrique Iglesias was born on May 8, 1975 in Madrid, Spain. He moved to the US when he was eight years old. Enrique is the son of his famous father and singer Julio Iglesias. By the time he was 15, he began writing music secretly. Iglesias had enrolled in Miami University but, he dropped out after a year to pursue a career in music. In 1995, he released his debut album which, turned out to be a great success. Till date, Iglesias sold click here to read more

George Lucas

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© Nicolas Genin

George Lucas was born on May 14, 1944 in Modesto, California. As a child he aspired to become a professional race-car driver. That was until he got in a horrible car accident and nearly died. After recovering from his accident he decided to get out of the profession. He decided to join University of Southern California film school. As a student he made many short films and even won the first prize at National Student Film Festival in 1967 for the film click here to read more

Paula Abdul

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© Alison Martin

Paula Abdul, a renowned choreographer, was born on June 19, 1962 in San Fernando, California. She was a natural dancer who later on evolved as a singer, songwriter, choreographer, television personality and an actress. She started taking dance lessons at the age of eight. When she was in college, she became a cheerleader for Los Angeles Lakers. Within three months she became their head choreographer. Abdul’s distinct choreography landed her the job of an assistant dance-director for The Jackson 5. She went on to click here to read more

Ozzy Osbourne

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John Michael Osbourne, popularly known as Ozzy Osbourne, was born on December 3, 1948 in Aston, England. At the age of fifteen, he left school and worked for a series of petty jobs, before he was imprisoned for burglary. After his release from prison, he joined a friend’s band but eventually he went on to join another group called Earth, which later became Black Sabbath. When Black Sabbath released their debut album on February 13, 1970, the band developed an immediate cult following in click here to read more