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Lamarr died in Casselberry, Florida, on January 19, 2000, aged 86, from natural causes.
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Known as " the Ecstasy lady ", after hiring her, he insisted that she changed her name to Hedy Lamarr, choosing the surname in homage to a beautiful film star of the silent era, Barbara La Marr, who had died in 1926 from tuberculosis.
The film actress Hedy Lamarr, in keeping with her request for when she died, had her ashes spread in the Vienna Woods.
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Tired of the life of a celebrity and with her eyesight failing, Lamarr retreated from public life and settled in Miami Beach, Florida, in 1981.
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Shelley himself appeared on the programme in 2000, where host Mark Lamarr introduced Shelley by saying that without Buzzcocks " there'd be no Smiths or Radiohead, and this show would be called Never Mind Joan Armatrading!
Avant garde composer George Antheil and Golden Age actress Hedy Lamarr were granted US Patent 2, 292, 387 on August 11, 1942 for their Secret Communication System that details an early version of Frequency Hopping.
Lorre made nine movies altogether with Sydney Greenstreet counting The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca, most of them variations on the latter film, including Background to Danger ( 1943, with George Raft ); Passage to Marseille ( 1944, reteaming them with Casablanca stars Humphrey Bogart and Claude Rains ); The Mask of Dimitrios ( 1944, with character actor Greenstreet receiving top billing ); The Conspirators ( 1944, with Hedy Lamarr and Paul Henreid ); Hollywood Canteen ( 1944 ); Three Strangers ( 1946 ), a suspense film about three people who are joint partners on a winning lottery ticket starring top-billed Greenstreet, Geraldine Fitzgerald, and third-billed Lorre cast against type by director Jean Negulesco as the romantic lead ; and Greenstreet and Lorre's final film together, suspense thriller The Verdict ( 1946 ), director Don Siegel's first movie, with Greenstreet and Lorre finally billed first and second, respectively.
The 1946 film The Strange Woman starring Hedy Lamarr, and based on the novel by Ben Ames Williams is set in early 19th century Bangor.
For her contribution to the motion picture industry, Hedy Lamarr has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6247 Hollywood Blvd.
According to actress Anne Hathaway, the portrayal of Catwoman in the 2012 Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises was based on Hedy Lamarr.
In 1941 he patented a " Secret Communications System " with actress Hedy Lamarr that used a code ( stored on a punched paper tape ) to synchronize a frequency hopping receiver and transmitter, a technique now known as spread spectrum which is now widely used in telecommunications.
At the end of 2005, it was announced that Mark Lamarr was to take a break from the show after 150 episodes, to concentrate on other projects.
Publicity shot for Never Mind the Buzzcocks, episode aired on 13 March 2005 Front row: Phill Jupitus ( team captain ), Mark Lamarr ( presenter ) and Bill Bailey ( team captain ) Back row: Emma Griffiths, Magne Furuholmen ( a-ha ), Terri Walker and Richard Fairbrass ( Right Said Fred )
Each team has a regular team captain – originally Mark Lamarr and Ulrika Jonsson – and two celebrity guests on each team.
Mark Lamarr ( born Mark Jones on 7 January 1967 in Swindon, Wiltshire ) is an English comedian, radio DJ and television presenter.
Lamarr declined to return for the fourth series in 2002, claiming he did not want to be typecast for appearing on panel shows.
On 20 July 1998, Lamarr launched a new show on BBC Radio 2 called Shake, Rattle and Roll, where he plays tracks from his own sizeable record collection of obscure rock and roll gems.
* Delilah has been portrayed on film and television by, among others, Hedy Lamarr, Rosalba Neri, Belinda Bauer and Elizabeth Hurley.
In 1992, during an appearance on Channel Four music show The Word, he quoted the verse from the Bible condemning homosexuals, and was subsequently condemned for his comments by presenter Mark Lamarr who said that what Shabba was saying was " absolute crap ".
Other notable personalities who have appeared on WBLS include: Chuck Leonard, Wendy Williams, Ken " Spider " Webb, Vy Higgensen, Vaughan Harper, Champagne, G. Keith Alexander, Yvonne Mobley, Lamarr Renee, Carlos DeJesus, Doug Banks, Paul Mooney, Egypt, Loni Love and MC Lyte, amongst many.
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Hedy Lamarr (; 9 November 1913 – 19 January 2000 ) was an Austrian-American actress, celebrated for her great beauty, who was a major contract star of MGM's " Golden Age ".
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Mel Brooks ' 1974 film Blazing Saddles, set in the Wild West in 1874, contains many blatant anachronisms from the 1970s, including a stylish Gucci costume for the sheriff, an automobile, a scene at Grauman's Chinese Theater, and frequent references to Hedy Lamarr ( 1914 – 2000 ).
* Hedy Lamarr ( 1913 – 2000 ), Austrian actress and co-inventor of spread spectrum frequency hopping
* TCM Remembers 2000: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Nancy Coleman, Rose Hobart, Muriel Evans, Steve Reeves, Gwen Verdon, Francis Lederer, Nan Leslie, director Don Weis, director Roger Vadim, Joan Marsh, Billy Barty, costume designer Bill Thomas, Max Showalter, Vittorio Gassman, Marie Windsor, Craig Stevens, David Tomlinson, Richard Farnsworth, director Claude Autant-Lara, film preserver James Card, Beah Richards, Julie London, Marceline Day, Nancy Marchand, Harold Nicholas, Nils Poppe, director Joseph H. Lewis, composer George Duning, director Lewis Allen, Ann Doran, Jean Peters, editor David Bretherlen, writer Curt Siodmak, screenwriter Ring Lardner, Jr., Alec Guinness, Loretta Young, Jason Robards, John Gielgud, Hedy Lamarr, Claire Trevor and Walter Matthau.
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Mathematically talented, Lamarr also co-invented — with composer George Antheil — an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping, necessary for wireless communication from the pre-computer age to the present day.
In her autobiography Ecstasy and Me, Lamarr described Mandl as an extremely controlling man who prevented her from pursuing her acting career and kept her a virtual prisoner, confined to their castle home, “ Schloss Schwarzenau ,” Though half-Jewish, Mandl had close social and business ties to the fascist governments of Italy and Germany, selling munitions to Mussolini.
Lamarr ’ s marriage to Mandl became for her insupportable and she devised a ruse to separate herself from both the marriage and the country.
" Lamarr made 18 films from 1940 to 1949 even though she had two children during that time ( in 1945 and 1947 ).
It is reported that, in 1998, Ottawa wireless technology developer Wi-LAN, Inc. " acquired a 49 percent claim to the patent from Lamarr for an undisclosed amount of stock " ( Eliza Schmidkunz, Inside GNSS ), although expired patents have no economic value.
Lamarr contributed the knowledge of torpedo control gained from her husband and Antheil a method of controlling the spread spectrum sequences using a player-piano mechanism similar to those used in Ballet Mécanique.
From its inception until December 2005, it was presented by Mark Lamarr ( who also produced the show, from 2004 through to his departure ).
Lamarr was host of Never Mind the Buzzcocks when the show launched in 1996 and continued in this role for 17 series until 2005, when he announced that he was to take a break from the show.
Originally broadcast in the old Tube time slot of 6 pm Friday evenings, The Words main live show was shifted to a late-night timeslot from 9 November 1990, with a compilation sister show fronted by Mark Lamarr in the week.
Meanwhile, Pepe begins to feel increasingly trapped in his prison-like stronghold, a feeling which intensifies after meeting the beautiful Gaby ( Lamarr ), who is visiting from France.
When Gordon Freeman attempts to use Dr. Kleiner's teleporter, Lamarr jumps from a vent and damages it while Gordon's teleport is in progress, teleporting him all over the city, including Dr. Breen's office in the Citadel.
Pervirella is a 1997 Adventure-Comedy film which was directed by Alex Chandon, the film stars Emily Booth in the lead role and featured brief cameos from Jonathan Ross and Mark Lamarr.