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She originated the role of Kendall Hart on the ABC daytime soap opera All My Children, winning the 1995 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
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She claims jumping over the broom was definitely a feature in both European and African wedding ceremonies, but believes that the slave practice likely originated in Africa and not Europe.
She originated as early as the 14th century BCE as a local deity associated with fertility and the agricultural cycle.
She was born at Chur in Graubünden, Switzerland, but grew up in Schwarzenberg in Vorarlberg / Austria where her family originated.
She played a new song titled " How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart " and explained that it originated from newly-found Hank Williams lyrics she was asked to put to music.
She toured the United States in Stephen Sondheim's well-reviewed musical A Little Night Music, then took the show to London, and thus originated the role of Desirée Armfeldt on the West End.
She originated the role of a larger-than-life, addicted, sexually voracious Hollywood legend trying to extinguish her fears about her career with a young hustler named Chance Wayne, played by Newman.
" She emphasizes that CI is directed not at all hostile actions against one's own countries, but those originated by foreign intelligence services ( FIS ), a term of art that includes transnational and non-national adversaries.
She also originated the wartime hit " Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet ", which was later popularized by Nancy Walker in the film, Broadway Rhythm.
She did in fact try to rescue her favourite sister, the countess of Mar, who was mentally deranged, from the custody of her brother-in-law, Lord Grange, who had treated his own wife with notorious cruelty, and the slander originated with him.
She then originated the role of Florence for the 1984 concept album of Chess, with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Ulvaeus and Andersson.
She originated the roles of Blanche DuBois in the world première André Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire with the San Francisco Opera.
She is perhaps best known for playing Jennifer Horton, a role she originated in 1985 on the long-running NBC series Days of our Lives ( 1985 – 1995, 2000 – 2006, 2010 -)
She originated the role of the adult Jennifer Horton ( later Jennifer Deveraux ) on Days of our Lives in 1985 ( prior to which the character had been a young child played by a young actress ) and Reeves remained in the role until 1995.
She played Beth Raines on the CBS series Guiding Light from ( 1983 – 1986 ), but is best known for playing Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis a role she originated in 1986 on NBC's long running Days of our Lives.
She was a regular cast member from 1986 until 1991, then returned in 2003 to play Bonnie Lockhart, another role she originated and played until early 2007.
She later originated the role of Nettie in The Color Purple, the Broadway musical adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1982 novel of the same name, from November 2005 to mid-January 2006.
She continued her theatrical career throughout the 1980s and originated the role of Mary in the Off-Broadway production of Brownstone in 1985.
She befriended Link until she learned he was a descendant of the Knights of Hyrule, as she believed that the Knights had killed her parents, but in time she learned that the bandit who raised her had in fact lied to her, as she originated from Hyrule as a descendant of the Hylian Knights herself, carrying an arrowhead, part of the Silver Arrow.
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She may well be incapacitated by it when she is confronted with present and future alternatives -- e.g., whether to prepare primarily for a career or for the role of a homemaker ; ;
She started her acting career in 1952 and, after appearing in 16 films, became world-famous due to her role in her then-husband Roger Vadim's controversial film And God Created Woman.
She played bit parts in three English-language films, the British comedy Doctor at Sea ( 1955 ) with Dirk Bogarde, Helen of Troy ( 1954 ), in which she was understudy for the title role but appears only as Helen's handmaid, and Act of Love ( 1954 ) with Kirk Douglas.
She plays a central role in the first part of G. A. Henty's novel Beric the Briton and in a children's novel by Henry Treece.
She had a strong religious upbringing and developed a faith that would play a major role in later life.
She again played the role for the Los Angeles production which began performances on February 7, 2007.
She then transferred with the L. A. company, to play the role once again, in the San Francisco production which began performances January 27, 2009.
She received a Golden Globe nomination as Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture in 1984 for her role in Irreconcilable Differences, in which she starred as a young girl divorcing her parents.
She claimed she was offered two highly sought-after movie roles: the part of possessed child Regan MacNeil in the 1973 film, The Exorcist, and the starring role in Louis Malle's 1978 film, Pretty Baby.
She won what would become her most famous acting role, that of Kimberly Drummond on Diff ' rent Strokes.
Dolores Agnes Fuller ( born Dolores Eble ; March 10, 1923 – May 9, 2011 ) was an American actress and songwriter best known as the one-time girlfriend of the low-budget film director Edward D. Wood, Jr. She played the protagonist's girlfriend in Glen or Glenda, co-starred in Wood's Jail Bait, and had a minor role in Bride of the Monster.
She also appeared with a starring role in the series Extreme for NBC and the syndicated series Renegade and Queen of Swords.
She was a Protestant, but kept Catholic symbols ( such as the crucifix ), and downplayed the role of sermons in defiance of a key Protestant belief.
She tells her servant Ninshubur ( Lady Evening ), a reference to Inanna's role as the evening star, that if she does not return in three days, to get help from her father Anu, Enlil, king of the gods, or Enki.
She asserts: " In their traditional exhibitionist role women are simultaneously looked at and displayed, with their appearance coded for strong visual and erotic impact so that they can be said to connote to-be-looked-at-ness ," and as a result contends that in film a woman is the " bearer of meaning, not maker of meaning.
She was approached by James Cameron to play the part of " Rose Dawson Calvert " for his 1997 blockbuster Titanic with Kate Winslet to play her younger self, but she turned down the role and the part of Rose was given to Gloria Stuart.
She was introduced anonymously while still a teenager in the third book in the series and plays a larger role in several of the titles of the 1930s and 1940s.