Birthday: 15-05-1940
Age: 79
Star sign: Gemini

Lainie Kazan is an American onscreen actress and music artist. She was born in Brooklyn as Lanie Levine. She is the daughter of Ben Levine and Carole Levine. Her father, Ben, worked as a bookie. She did her high school studies from Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn, and her graduation from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.

She tied the knot with Peter Daniels in the year 1971. She became a widow in 1989 when Peter died of lung cancer. She has one daughter, Jennifer. Kazan is a grandmother to Jennifer's kids. AIDS Project LA, Young Musicians' Foundation and B'nai Brith are the various organizations in which she serves as a board member. Kazan experienced vein thrombosis, which was severe, and had devoted time to creating awareness among the general population about the condition.

Lainie Kazan made her first appearance on Broadway in 1961 when she performed in, ‘The Happiest Girl in the World’. After that, she worked in ‘Bravo Giovanni’ in the year 1962. She was the understudy in ‘Funny Girl’ for the actress Barbara Streisand. As her fame expanded, Kazan postured nude for a spread in the issue of ‘Playboy’ of October 1970 and was reused for the 1974 issue as well. Her picture in the magazine opened the entryway for her to feature and work with two Playboy Jazz Clubs, both under Hugh Hefner's outline, which she named Lainie's Lounge East and West on inverse coasts. One was in Manhattan, and the other was in Los Angeles. Her Playboy photos, likewise, motivated the look of the superheroine, Big Barda, of Jack Kirby's DC Comics.

Kazan showed up in various supper clubs all over the nation, and she made guest appearances 26 times on Dean Martin's Assortment Arrangement. She was also incorporated as a repeating part, Aunt Frieda, on the Fran Drescher drama series, ‘The Nanny’, ‘The Paper Chase’, as Kirstie Alley's mom on ‘Veronica's Closet’, ‘Touched by an Angel’, and visitor shots on St. Elsewhere, which got her an Emmy nomination. She also appeared on ‘Will & Grace’.

Kazan portrayed the lead character's mom in the movies, ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ and also in its sequel, ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2’. She was additionally highlighted in ‘My Big Fat Greek Life’, a brief TV arrangement based on the movie. She had shown up with co-star Kevin James in the two episodes of TV series, ‘The King of Queens. She appeared as the once-famous artist, Ava St. Clair.

An existing individual for life in The Actors Studio, she came back to Broadway to reproduce her film part for the musical adjustment of ‘My Favorite Year’, which earned her a Tony Award selection for her execution. She finished a stretch in, ‘The Vagina Monologues’. She has additionally shown up in local preparations of ‘A Little Night Music’, ‘Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’, ‘ Gypsy’, ‘Hello, Dolly!’, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, and ‘Man of La Mancha’, among others. In 1984, she showed up as Sophia the Blue Fairy in the ‘Faerie Tale Theatre’ episode, " Pinocchio". She is active since 1958 in the film industry and hopes to contribute more.

Jayne Eastwood English Actress

Jayne Eastwood

Jayne Eastwood is a Canadian voice, TV, and film actress. She was born on December 17, 1946, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She studied at the Northern Secondary School in Canada. Jayne is married to David Flaherty, who is also an actor and writer from the USA. They have three children, and one of them is an aspiring actress. She started her acting career during the 70s and has played Betty on her first film appearance in the Canadian film, Goin’ Down the Road. Jayne has been one of the original casts of the Toronto branch improvisational theater troupe called The Second City and Stephen Schwartz’ Godspell. Jayne is also a semi-regular in the Canadian sketch comedy show, SCTV (Second City Television). In 2005, she was cast on CBC Television’s legal drama series, “This is Wonderland”. She played the role of Miss Wimsey, a geography teacher, in the 2007 American musical romantic comedy film, Hairspray. Jayne is also part of the Women Fully Clothed, a theatrical production in Toronto. In 2013, she played as Gloria Verrano in the seasons 4 and 5 of the American-Canadian supernatural drama series, Haven. In 2015, she was seen as Brenda in the romantic comedy film, No Stranger Than Love and as Mrs. White in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 in 2016. She also worked as a voiced actress in several films including My Pet Monster, Committed, and Tales from the Crypt keeper, Bob, and Margaret, Freaky Stories, The Care Bears, Free Willy, Anatole, Monster by Mistake, Ned’s Newt, Redwall, For Better or For Worse, and many more.


Isabelle Adriani

Isabelle Adriani is an Italian actress, singer, dancer, dub artist, fairy tale writer , journalist and has a unique talent and ability to whistle in a opera style. But, the list doesn’t end here; Isabelle Adriani is a PhD holder in History. She has done  a thesis called: ‘The DNA of Fairy Tale.’ As a writer, she used the pen name ‘ Federica Federici’ and under this name she has flawlessly scripted eight books.  As Isabelle Adriani she published a book called True story of Cindrella, which is a historical novel. As a  dub artist she has given voice to various characters and brought them to life. She has voiced peaches in Ice Age 4 (Italian version),Zarina in Tinkerbell, and Pirate Fairy  Jeanette in Alvin and the Chipmunks 3 ( In this movie she also sang the song ‘Help’ by Rihanna in Italian version. Adriani was born in Perugia in Italy to neurologist parents who were well-known for their extraordinary research in brain disease. She has a sister, Alexandra and is engaged to Count Vittorio Palazzi Trivelli , a pilot of Ferrari and GT.Isabelle. She studied classical ballet for seven years and went onto study Opera singing in Rome. She did her masters in journalism and worked for major firms in TV channels and a Newspaper and finished her studies with a PhD in History. In the past four years Adriani has played roles in blockbuster Italian movies like, ‘What a Beautiful Day’, ‘The First Beuatiful thing’ and many more.She can also be spotted on ‘The American’ and ‘Twice Born’ and has presented TV shows like ‘Moviestar’.She currently swaps between Italy and Los Angeles for her upcoming film,’Reclaim’ directed by  director Alan White.

Isabelle Adriani English Actress