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  1. Tara Leigh Patrick (born April 20, 1972), known professionally as Carmen Electra, is an American actress, model, singer, and media personality. She began her career as a singer after moving to Minneapolis, where she met Prince, who produced her self-titled debut studio album, released in 1993.

  2. Carmen Electra, Actress: Scary Movie 4. Carmen Electra was born Tara Leigh Patrick on April 20, 1972 in Sharonville, Ohio, to Patricia Rose (Kincade), a singer, and Harry Stanley Patrick, an entertainer and guitarist. She is of mostly English, German, and Irish descent. She grew up near Cincinnati, Ohio and got her first boost when a scout for Prince spotted her fronting for a rap group...

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    This article is about a/an ranger in Bikini Rangers: The Original Series. Carmen Electra DragonBlack Gender: Female Seasons: The Original Series Colors: Black Hometown: Sharonville, Ohio, U.S. First Apperance: Black Dragon Mask Part 3 Last Full Apperance: Duel of Super Mob-KawsRed Status: American glamour model, actress, television personality, singer, and dancer. She gained fame for her appearances in Playboy magazine, on the MTV game show Singled Out, on the TV series Baywatch, and dancing wit...

    Carmen Electra was born in Sharonville, Ohio near Cincinnati on April 20, 1972, to Harry Patrick, a guitarist and entertainer, and his wife Patricia (d. 1998), a singer. The youngest of six children (four brothers and one sister, plus her), Electra attended Ann Weigel Elementary School and studied dance under Gloria J. Simpson at Dance Artists studio in Western Hills until age nine, when she enrolled in the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), a magnet arts school in the Cincinnati Pu...

    Electra started her professional career in 1990 as a dancer at Kings Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio, in the show "It's Magic", one of the more popular shows in the park's history. In 1991, she moved to California and met Prince. Soon after, Electra signed a recording contract with Prince's Paisley Park Records and began a short-lived singing career. During her time at Paisley Park Records, she officially became known as Carmen Electra. Carmen Electra attending the L.A. Fitness Expo, Los An...

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    Created by Frank Miller, Elektra first appeared in Daredevil #168 (January 1981). Miller initially based the character's appearance on Lisa Lyon, a female bodybuilder. Miller originally intended this issue, which was essentially a filler story, to be Elektra's only appearance, but she instead became a frequently appearing villain in Daredeviluntil her death in issue #181 (April 1982). She was resurrected shortly after, but the story contained a narrative note which indicates that Daredevil must never encounter her again. After over a decade's absence, she reappeared in Daredevil #324–327 (Jan.–April 1994), and went on to a brief stint as a supporting character in Wolverine (in #100–106). Daredevil writer D. G. Chichester recounted that he and editor Ralph Macchiohad discussed the character's return several times: This upset Frank Miller, who claimed that Marvel had previously promised him that the character would not be used in any publication.She has since appeared in two eponymous...

    Family and early life

    Elektra was born on a Greek island, Cyprus, near the Aegean Sea to Hugo Kostas Natchios and his wife Christina Natchios. She had an older brother named Orestez Natchios. Two contradictory accounts of her family history have been given. In Elektra: Root of Evil #1–4 (March–June 1995), Christina is killed by assassins hired by Orestez, while in Elektra #18 (1995), she is killed by an insurrectionist during the Greek Civil War. In both accounts, she gives premature birth to Elektra just before d...

    Activities as an adult

    Hugo Natchios eventually served as a Greek ambassador to the United States. Nineteen-year-old Elektra attended Columbia University in New York City. There, Elektra began dating classmate Matt Murdock. A year later, Elektra and her father were kidnapped by terrorists. A rescue attempt by Matt went wrong, and Hugo Natchios was gunned down. Elektra lost faith and hope. She quit Columbia and returned to China to study martial arts. Stick, a member of the benevolent organization called the Chaste,...

    Wolverine: Enemy of the State

    Elektra worked with S.H.I.E.L.D. HYDRA and The Hand joined forces, killing off various heroes and resurrecting them into their possessed warriors, including the X-Man Wolverine, who became their killing machine. Based on her relationship with Logan and her ties to the Hand, Nick Fury hired Elektra to lead the mission, paying her in excess of $200,000, more money in one day than the (then) yearly salary of the President of the United States. She worked to stop Wolverine from killing others as...

    Elektra's primary abilities are a strong knowledge of martial arts and weaponry. Elektra learned ancient martial arts of China, Siam, and Japan. She is a master combatant with the Okinawan sai, her usual weapon of choice. She is also highly skilled with the katana, daggers, three-section staff, and shuriken. She is a master of many Japanese combat forms including Ninjutsu, Aikido and Karate. Elektra is an Olympic-level athlete, strong in gymnastics and swimming, with a high level in athleticism, human strength, speed, stamina, agility, dexterity, reflexes and reactions, coordination, balance, and endurance. She is resistant to pain and extreme heat and cold. She is also able to keep to the shadows and move with such speed that she can remain unseen even in daylight. Elektra has the ability to mesmerize others, and as such make them see illusionsor other phenomena. Elektra also has the ability to "throw" her mind into those of others. For instance, she was able to track down her enem...

    What If?

    In the story "What If Elektra Had Lived?", penned by Frank Miller, Elektra's murder at the hands of Bullseye does not occur as Bullseye is cut down and killed while trying to escape from prison. Elektra spares Franklin Nelson's life, irritating the Kingpin, who swiftly orders her execution. After fighting off several assassination attempts, Elektra flees to Matt Murdock's brownstone home. Murdock initially wants to take Elektra into custody, but she warns him that with the Kingpin putting a b...

    Exiles

    In one of the universes visited by the Exiles, Elektra was one of the few remaining survivors in a world ravaged by HYDRA and their leader, Sue Storm. Elektra is shown to be the lover of Reed Richards, and is a key player in the revival of the inhabitants of that earth. Her abilities are identical to that of her mainstream version.

    House of M

    Elektra appears as one of the assassins of the Kingpin and is later hired by John Proudstarto bring down Luke Cage's "Avengers".

    By Frank Miller

    In addition to her signature appearances in Daredevil, Elektra starred in three series produced by her creator, Frank Miller: 1. Elektra Saga#1–4 (Marvel Comics, 1984) (drawn from previously published material) 2. Elektra: Assassin #1–8 (Marvel Comics, 1986, with Bill Sienkewicz) 3. Elektra Lives Again original graphic novel (Marvel Comics / Epic Comics, 1990)

    Additional series

    Elektra has also headlined the following series: 1. Elektra: Root of Evil#1–4 (Marvel Comics, 1995) 2. Elektra Megazine#1–2 (Marvel Comics, 1996, reprint series) 3. Elektra vol. 1, #1–19 (Marvel Comics, 1996–1998) 3.1. Elektravol. 1, #-1 (Marvel Comics, 1997, "FlashBack Month" issue) 3.2. Peter Parker: Spider-Man / Elektra '98Annual (Marvel Comics, 1998) 4. Elektra vol. 2, #1–35 (Marvel Comics / Marvel Knights, 2001–2004) 4.1. Issue 3 was recalledby Marvel due to featuring nude images of the...

    Ultimate Marvel

    An alternate version of Elektra starred in the following series set in the fictional Ultimate MarvelUniverse: 1. Ultimate Daredevil and Elektra#1–4 (Marvel Comics, 2002) 2. Ultimate Elektra#1–5 (Marvel Comics, 2004)

    Television

    1. Elektra is a main character in Season 2 of Daredevil, where she is portrayed by Élodie Yung, and by Lily Chee as a younger version in flashback. She is briefly mentioned in Season 1 by Foggy Nelson as someone Matt dated back in college. In Season 2, she returns to New York City to have Matt help her with taking down the Hand. She was raised by Stick as a young girl and trained in martial arts until the Chaste deemed her too dangerous. Stick has her adopted by a Greek ambassador to keep her...

    Film

    1. The 2003 Daredevil film tells of Elektra being the daughter of billionaire Nikolas Natchios and the love interest of Matt Murdock. At a very young age she witnessed the murder of her mother, and since then her father has had her become highly trained in martial arts. For the role of Elektra, many actresses were looked into with considerations including Penélope Cruz, Salma Hayek, Natalie Portman, Lucy Liu, Jessica Alba, and Katie Holmes. A short-list was eventually made, giving the choices...

    Video games

    1. Elektra has a cameo appearance in the game Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter. She is locked in a container along with several other Marvel and Street Fighter characters who are locked in containers in Apocalypse's stage. 2. Elektra is a boss in the video game tie-in to the Daredevillive-action film. In the game, she is brainwashed by the Kingpin into fighting Daredevil. After she is defeated by Daredevil, she reveals the Kingpin's whereabouts. 3. A game based on her 2005 film was avai...

    Elektra at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archivedfrom the original on June 17, 2016.
    Tobe, Renée (Summer 2006). "Architectural Grounding in Miller's Elektra: Temporality and Spatiality in the Graphic Novel". ImageTexT. University of Florida Department of English. 3 (1). ISSN 1549-6...
    Elektra on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki
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  5. Oct 02, 2018 · 46-Year-Old Carmen Electra Poses Completely Nude For Photo Shoot, And She's As Gorgeous As Ever. Carmen Electra may be 46 years old, but she looks like she's still in her 20s. The actress, singer ...