Nicholas Brown is an Australian writer, lyricist, singer and actor. He was born on 1st January 1980 in Sidney, Australia. His parents are father, Roy Brown and mother, Patricia Brown. He has an older sister, Tracey. In the educational years 11 and 12, he went to Newtown High School of the Performing Arts. He did numerous plays during those years; he was the captain of school in the year 1997.

In 1998, he got selected in National Institute of Dramatic Art and became one of the youngest students and the first student to be selected from high school. In 2010, he was nominated as Cleo Bachelor of the Year. Nicholas made his debut as an actor in Bollywood film ‘ Kites Click to look into! >> Read More... Kites ’, starring Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan with his unimaginable dance moves i >> Read More... Hrithik Roshan . After which he did a Hollywood film ‘The Remix.

He then went on to do films like ‘Random 8’, ‘Love you to Death’, ‘The Characters’ and a few more. Nicholas acted in many TV serials, few among them are ‘Home and Away’ (2007), ‘White Collar Blue’ (2003), ‘Life Support’ (2001) and ‘Packed to the Rafters’ (2012). He also did various plays and short films. In 2010, he did three plays at the Australian National Play Festival held in Brisbane.

Some of the plays to his credit are ‘There is No Need to Wake Up’, ‘Berlin to Broadway’, ‘ Frozen Click to look into! >> Read More... Frozen ’, ‘Spunks’ and many more. Nicholas has written two plays namely ‘Rain Supreme’ and ‘The Glass Soul’; he also has written the screenplay of the Australian film ‘Lighten Up’. Nicholas’s musical career has also been a joyride for him. In 2005, he was singer and songwriter of the group ‘The Modernists’ and they did an album named ‘Big Score’.

In 2006, to raise the funds for Tsunami victims, he was invited to sing at ‘Raise the Roof’; which was held at Sydney’s State Theatre. In the band, ‘Knuckle Band’, he was the lead singers for the years 2011-12. Nicholas has been the host of SBS Radio’s Pop Desi; the Australian radio. His show played Bollywood, Desi Pop and Bhangra songs

Michael Jackson English Actor

Michael Jackson

Known as the King of Pop, Michael Jackson’s full name was Michael Joseph Jackson. He was born on 29th of August 1958 and was a gifted singer and dancer. He also wrote many of his songs and was a record producer as well. His remarkable contributions to dance and music industry gave him an iconic and global image, for more than over four decades. He debuted in 1964 with four of his elder brothers from the album Jackson 5. Then in 1971, he began to work as a solo artist and from there his career took the high flight. In early 80’s his album, Thriller got so much appreciation from public critics, that his music videos for songs Billie Jean, Beat It and Thriller broke the charts of U.S. Billboards in 1982 and remained on top for many years. His every album got great recognition from public, right from Off The Wall (1979), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and History (1995). His dancing techniques were loved a lot by everyone. His Robot dance and Moonwalk were the first of their kind. His best-selling album Thriller got sold in record 65 million copies, all around the globe. In 1987, his album BAD was the first ever album to have its five songs in top 100 of U.S. Billboard. He was included in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. All through his career, he had multiple Guinness World Records, The Grammy Legend Award, 13 Grammy’s for his songs, The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, 13 number one solo’s in the US, 26 American Music Awards, much more than any single solo artist ever. He had sold over 400 million records worldwide, and that is a record too. Michael also built his own Disneyland, named as Neverland. He loved children very much, and he used to say that what he couldn’t get in his childhood, every child should be able to get that. He was a father to two sons and a daughter from his two marriages. His first wife was Lisa Marie Presley, who he married in 1994 and divorced in 1996. His second wife was Debbie Rowe, who he married in 1996 and divorced in 1999. He used to donate a lot of money to the needy and NGO organisations. He gave over 1 Billion dollars for good causes, throughout his life. The Music industry wasn’t the only field which gave him recognition. He was related to many controversies in his life. From changing his looks, plastic surgeries, his colour of skin to child sexual abuse. In mid-90’s, he was accused of child sexual abuse. Although there were no formal charges, this issue was settled outside the civil court. Then in 2005, he was again accused of the same and charges were pressed against him. He was not found guilty this time on all accusations. In 2009, while making a comeback through his comeback concert series “This is it”, he was suddenly found dead due to the intoxication of medicinal drugs. The date was 25th of June 2009 and Michael Jackson was no more. It triggered a worldwide outpouring of grief. After some years of his death, in 2014, an album Xscape was released, which contained many of Michael’s unreleased songs. And it was a hit as well. Sold over a million copies in U.S. alone. Michael Jackson was called a Legend of the music industry, the King Of Pop. He will always be missed all around the globe.

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Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy was not only an American singer but also a voice artist and a stage performer. She was born on 10th Nov 1977, in Atlanta. Her parents divorced when she was 2. She was raised by her mother in New Jersey. She along with her family moved to Los Angeles in 1991, so that she could pursue a career in acting. In 1982, she went to attend Verne Fowler school of Dance and Theatre Arts in Colonia, New Jersey. She was trained in singing, dancing and acting from the age of 4. In early 1990’s she was a member of the band Blessed Soul.  At the age of 13, Murphy played Brenda Drexell in the series Drexell’s classes, which is an American sitcom. In 1997, she appeared in a play named A View from the Bridge. In 1993, she appeared in another American sitcom, The Torkelsons that was renamed Almost Home. She made a guest appearance in some of the T.V. series which includes Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Blossom, seaQuest 2032, Murder One and Frasier.  In 1995, Murphy appeared in a feature film Clueless, which is a  teen comedy. She appeared in 1996 crime movie named Freeway. She played a supporting role in 1999 American drama film named Girl, interrupted. She worked as a voice artist for the characters Joseph Gribble and Luanne Platter, of King of the Hill that is an animated sitcom. Brittany was also nominated for Annie award for an episode of the series.  In 2001, Brittany played a lead role in the psychological thriller Don’t Say a Word. She was seen in the lead role in teen comedy film Uptown Girls, in 2003. In 2005, she was signed as a spokesmodel for Jordache Jeans.  In June 2006 she released the single Faster Kill Pussycat. In May 2007, Murphy married screenwriter Simon Monjack, in Los Angeles. On 20th December 2009 she collapsed in a bathroom, at her house in Los Angeles and eventually died. Murphy had her burial at Forest Lawn Memorial Park on 24th Dec 2009.  Another Version of this Bio... Brittany was named Brittany Anne Bertolotti, who later became renowned as Brittany Murphy in her profession. She was born on 10th November 1977, to Sharon Kathleen Murphy and Angelo Joseph Bertolotti at Atlanta in Georgia. After her parents had got divorced when Brittany was just two years old, she was brought up by her mother at Edison in New Jersey. She received her education from Edison High School. In the year 2002, Brittany got into a relationship with Ashton Kutcher has acted opposite her in ‘Just Married’. Later in 2005, Brittany got herself engaged to Joe Macaluso, who was a production assistant. Later they called off their engagement in the month of August in 2006. She got married officially with Simon Monjack, who was a screenwriter by profession in the year 2007. In the year 2009, Murphy succumbed to death because of cardiac arrest at Cedars Sinai Medical Centre after collapsing in the bathroom. She was previously reported to be addicted to cocaine on a regular basis although she has denied any such habits. She was well trained in music, acting and dancing as a child in New Jersey. She initially started with her Broadway career performing in A View from the Bridge, Arthur Miller story in 1997. Her Hollywood journey began with Drexell’s Class. She had appeared as a guest actor in a number of series like Almost Home, Frasier, Party of Five, Pepper Ann and many more. Her performance grasped the minds of the audience with her acting in Clueless. After that, her filmy career has not seen any setback with Freeway, Bongwater, Drop Dead Gorgeous and a lot of films. Her performance in Clueless in the year 1995 received the status of the cult! She moved on with Freeway cast opposite Kiefer Sutherland, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Interrupted along with Angelina Jolie before the end of 20th century. The year 2000 saw her career blooming with Don’t Say a Word, Uptown Girls and Sin City. Murphy was being associated with a band named Blessed Four which also had Eric Balfour. Faster Kill Pussycat was the first single released in 2006 by Murphy and Paul Oakenfold. She also sang for Happy Feet covering ‘Somebody to Love’ and ‘Boogie Wonderland.’ She also received a nomination in Annie Award for her voice acting skills in a series named King of Hills. In a TV Production, she won Annie Award for in 2005 in the category of Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting by a Female Performer. She has also been the winner of Teen Choice Award for 8 Mile in the year 2003 in the Lip Lock category which she shared with Eminem. Her voice over for video Games of Happy Feet and Contents Under Pressure in 2006 added another feather to her cap. Another Version of this Bio... Brittany Murphy-Monjack, popularly called Brittany Murphy, was a well-known theatre and movie actress, a voice-over artist and a singer. Her parents were Sharon Kathleen Murphy and Angelo Joseph Bertolotti. She was born on November 10, 1977. her mother brought her up single handedly in Edison,a township in New Jersey. Her family shifted from the previous residence to Los Angeles in the year 1991 to help her pursue a career in acting. Murphy was trained in singing, acting and dancing at a very tender age of 4 till she shifted to California at the age of 13. Her debut stage performance was seen in the Broadway play,A View from the Bridge. When she was thirteen, she got her first chance in Hollywood, as she played the role of Brenda Drexell in the series named Drexell’s Class. Her breakthrough role came in her second movie, the teen comedy ‘Clueless’ (1995) which has achieved cult status over the years. She played the role of a mentally disturbed patient in Girl, Interrupted. She did the voice over for the character Luanne Platter from the animated series named, King of the Hill,created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels. She also received critical acclaim for her role in ‘8 Mile’ (2002) directed by Curtis Hanson,Uptown Girls (2003) directed by Boaz Yakin and Sin City (2005)directed by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez. She finally made a comeback as a voice-over artist in 2006 with one of the most exciting animated flicks,Happy Feet. She finished working for the thriller film ‘Abandoned’ in 2009 which was directed by Michael Feifer, and it got released after her demise in 2010. Her last movie Something Wicked was released in the year 2014. She won the Annie Awards for the Best Individual Achievement award category for voice acting for her performance in King of the Hill. Murphy dated Ashton Kutcherfor a while and then got engaged with Jeff Kwatinetz and then to Joe Macaluso. Murphy got married to Simon Monjack in Los Angeles in the year 2007.Murphy, her mother,and her husband shared the same house. Murphy was found collapsed in the bathroom of her house in Los Angeles. Later, she went into cardiac arrest and died.

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