Tress MacNeille, Actress: The Simpsons. Tress MacNeille is one of the most talented women in the voice-over industry to date. With her versatile talent has done the voices of Dot Warner from Animaniacs, Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures to being a featured singer in the Weird "Al" Yankovic song "Ricky", She has also appeared in a small part in the full-length motion picture "Elvira ...
- Los Angeles, California, USA
- 5' 4½" (1.64 m)
- Actress | Music Department | Writer
Jun 07, 2017 · A boy's diary may lead to a breakthrough in the Beaumont children kidnapping. Jane, nine, Arnna, seven and Grant, four, all went missing on Australia Day, 1966. The three siblings were spending a ...
Sep 05, 1994 · Boy Ten Feet Tall, A (aka Sammy Going South) Broadway Through a Keyhole Channel Crossing Criminal Code, The Dead Man's Folly (TV) (aka Agatha Christie's 'Dead Man's Folly' (TV)) [Mrs. Folliat] Finger of Guilt (aka Intimate Stranger, The (1956)) Foreman Went to France, The (aka Somewhere in France) Glamour Haunted Honeymoon (1940) (aka Busman's ...
Angie Dickinson, Actress: Rio Bravo. Angie Dickinson was born in Kulm, North Dakota, in 1931, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown. Mr. Brown was the publisher of The Kulm Messenger. The family left North Dakota in 1942 when Angie was 11 years old, moving to Burbank, California. In December of 1946, when she was a senior at Bellamarine Jefferson High School in Burbank, she won ...
- Kulm, North Dakota, USA
- 5' 5" (1.65 m)
- Actress | Soundtrack
This is where Princess Diana was seriously injured in a car crash down the the tunnel ( Exit front of you ) She passed away in La Pitie Salpetriere Hospital on August 31 1997 at dawn. On 31 August 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales, died as a result of injuries sustained in a car crash in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris, France.
Jul 15, 2015 · Actress Lena Dunham felt 'chubby ' while taking the stage at friend Taylor Swift's recent concert, because she was surrounded by supermodels like Gigi Hadid
Collection: Marlene Pilaete. Lupe Velez (1908-1944), was one of the first Mexican actresses to succeed in Hollywood. Her nicknames were 'The Mexican Spitfire' and 'Hot Pepper'. She was the leading lady in such silent films as The Gaucho (1927), Lady of the Pavements (1928), and Wolf Song (1929).