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  1. 3 days ago · For the footballer, see Jack Nicholson (footballer). John Joseph Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is an American retired actor and filmmaker whose career spanned more than 50 years. He is known for having played a wide range of starring and supporting roles, including comic characters, romantic leads, anti-heroes and villains.

  2. 3 days ago · Budget. $35–48 million. Box office. $411.6 million. Batman is a 1989 American superhero film directed by Tim Burton and produced by Jon Peters and Peter Guber, based on the DC Comics character of the same name. It is the first installment of Warner Bros. ' initial Batman film series. The film stars Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne / Batman, Jack ...

  3. 3 days ago · Into the Woods is a 2014 American musical fantasy film directed by Rob Marshall, and adapted to the screen by James Lapine from his and Stephen Sondheim 's 1986 Broadway musical of the same name. Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, it features an ensemble cast that includes Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine ...

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    • December 8, 2014 (Ziegfeld Theatre), December 25, 2014 (United States)
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    2 days ago · Henry Albert Azaria (/ ə ˈ z ɛər i ə / ə-ZAIR-ee-ə; born April 25, 1964) is an American actor, comedian and producer.He is known for voicing many characters in the animated sitcom The Simpsons (1989–present), most notably Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Snake Jailbird, and formerly Lou, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Carl Carlson, and Bumblebee Man, among others.

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    Website. billcosby .com. William Henry Cosby Jr. ( / ˈkɒzbi /; born July 12, 1937) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and author. Cosby began his career as a stand-up comic at the hungry i nightclub in San Francisco during the 1960s.

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    Cox was born in Dundee as the youngest of five children. He is from a working-class Roman Catholic family of Irish and Scottish descent. His mother, Mary Ann Guillerline (née McCann), was a spinner who worked in the jute mills and suffered several nervous breakdowns during Cox's childhood. His father, Charles McArdle Campbell Cox, was a police officer and later a shopkeeper, and died when Cox was eight years old.Cox was brought up by his three elder sisters, including Betty with whom Cox has remained close. In Dundee, Cox attended St Mary's Forebank Primary School and St Michael's Junior Secondary School which he left at the age of 15. After working at Dundee Repertory Theatre for a few years, he began his training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Artat age 17 and graduated in 1965.


    Brian Cox began his acting career at age 14 at Dundee Repertory Theatre in 1961 and then as one of the founding members of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, performing in its first show, The Servant O’ Twa Maisters, in October 1965. From 1966, he worked at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre for two years, where he played the title role in Peer Gynt (1967) and made his West End debut in June 1967 as Orlando in As You Like It at the Vaudeville Theatre. Cox is an accomplished Shakespearean actor...

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    Cox narrated in the short film Zulu 9 (2001), the short film The Legend of Loch Lomond (2001), the docudrama Smallpox (2002), and the short film The Martyr's Crown (2007). He voiced Malcolm Young in Exit Humanity (2011) which follows a man's battle with the walking dead in post-Civil War America. In 2017, he narrated the multi award-winning short film Kubrick by Candlelight which takes place behind the scenes of Stanley Kubrick's film Barry Lyndon. In 2018, he provided the opening narration f...


    His radio work include roles in multiple BBC/BBC Radio 4 productions such as the title character in the series McLevy (1999–2016), based on the real-life detective James McLevy, Alec Leamas in The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (2009), John Bernard Books in the dramatization of The Shootist (2018), and a talking head in the impressions show Dead Ringers: Series 18 (2018). He also narrated in the epic full-cast drama The Stuarts (2019) and in Alexander: The Story of a Legendary Leader(2020).


    Cox narrated the abridged audiobook version of John Aubrey's Brief Lives (1995), Joseph Conrad's novellas Youth and Heart of Darkness (1996), and Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe (2001). He read the unabridged audiobook version of Bram Stoker's Dracula (1997), Ruth Rendell's To Fear a Painted Devil (2014), William McIlvanney's The Dark Remains book series, and his own autobiography Putting the Rabbit in the Hat (2021). He also voiced in Murder Most Foul (Vol. 1), a collection of classic crime short...

    Cox is a patron of the Scottish Youth Theatre, Scotland's national theatre "for and by" young people. Scottish Youth Theatre's building in Glasgow, The Old Sheriff Court, named their theatre the Brian Cox Studio Theatre in his honour. He is also a patron of "THE SPACE", a training facility for actors and dancers in his native Dundee, and an ambassador for the Screen Academy Scotland, a collaboration between Napier University and the Edinburgh College of Art. Cox is also patron of The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham, one of the first repertory theatres to be built in the UK. In October 2017, he was made an honorary patron for Capital Theatre's campaign to modernise the historic King's Theatre Edinburgh and preserve it for future generations. In January 2020, he was removed from patronage of the Mid-Lin Daycare Centre, a center for the elderly in Dundee, after serving for four years due to his confession of his use and endorsement of recreational cannabis. In April 2020, he became patro...

    Marriages and family

    Cox is divorced from his first wife, Caroline Burt. The couple have two children, Margaret and Alan, who is also an actor, best known for his roles in Young Sherlock Holmes, and playing the young John Mortimer in the television film of his play A Voyage Round My Father (1982) opposite Laurence Olivier. Cox wed his second wife, actress Nicole Ansari, in 2002. The couple have two sons, Orson Jonathan Cox and Torin Kamran Cox, and live in New York City.Cox also maintains a home in Primrose Hill,...


    In 2007, Cox campaigned for Labour in the run-up to that year's Scottish Parliamentary elections. However, Cox endorsed the Scottish National Party in the 2011 election because of their higher education policy. On 25 May 2012, Cox spoke in support of Scottish independence at the Yes Scotland campaign. On 29 January 2015, Cox announced he had quit the Labour Party, as he believed it had failed to live up to its basic principles and instead joined the Scottish National Party, as he felt it was...

    Honours and office

    On 31 December 2002, Cox was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours List. Brian Cox has been conferred five honorary doctorate degrees for his contribution to arts and drama. In 1994, he was made an Honorary Doctor of Laws Honouris Causa by the University of Dundee. In 2006, he was conferred an Honorary Doctorate of Drama by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In July 2007, he was made an Honorary Doctor of Letters by Queen Margaret University in Edi...

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  6. Aug 30, 2021 · Prince Harry, 36, had a 'very special' reunion with the Queen at Prince Philip's funeral despite the fallout following his bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, Finding Freedom has claimed.

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