Kim Kardashian is an American Television actress, author, fashion designer and a model. She was born in Los Angeles, California. She first came into light through her friendship with Paris Hilton. She was also widely known after a leak of a sex tape with her former boyfriend Ray J in 2003. Her father was Armenian and mother was English. She made her debut in a reality series, “Keeping Up ith the Kardashians”. The show is about the stories of the whole family including her stepfather, mother, siblings and half-sisters. She also starred in Kourtney & Kim Take New York in 2011. She has also starred in Disaster Movie in 2008, How I Met Your Mother in 2005 and Brothers in 2009.

She worked as a producer in The Spin Crowd in 2010. This was her first TV Show with 2.46 million household viewers. By using her business skills, she began her fashion stylist career and became very famous and worked for many TV shows, music videos, and photo shoots. She started a designer store “Dash” in 2006. She had to open two other stores to meet the high consumer needs. She launched her own perfume called, “Kim Kardashian”. It is famous worldwide perfume. It became so famous for second perfume “Kim Kardashian Gold” in 2010. She opened an online shoe company “ShoeDazzle.com” in March 2009. She made a guest appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Late Show with David Letterman Larry King Live and many others. Her official website gets 6 million hits a month. She has the fastest growing celebrity blog online.

Her Twitter account has over 10 million followers. She recently attended Gabrielle's Angel Foundation Angel Ball to support cancer research. She gave heart throbbing speech about her father, the late Robert Kardashian, who passed away from esophageal cancer.

Jennie Garth English Actress

Jennie Garth

Jennifer Eve is an American actress. She is popularly known as Jennie Garth. She was born Urbana, Illinois, United States. Her parents were John Garth, and Carolyn Garth She was a high school dropout. She moved to different cities to fulfil her acting dream. When she was in Arizona, she started learning dance and modelling. When she was 15, she took in a local talent competition. Mr.Randy James, the manager of the talent contest, encouraged her to continue acting. She completed her diploma after she shifted to California. With her regular acting school and local auditions, she bagged the role of Erica McCray in a television series Brand New Life in the year 1989-90. She is well known for her role of Kelly Taylor in Beverly Hills, 90210. She was a part of all the ten seasons of this show. She was appreciated for her relatable and outstanding role. She was also a part of a television sitcom Growing Pains. This character brought along Young Artist Award to her. She was also nominated for Teen Choice Award. After the success of Beverly Hills, she got shows like Danielle Steel's Star, Without Consent, Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg, Falling for You, and An Unfinished Affair from the year 1990 - 1996. She did supporting roles in films like Telling You, My Brother's War, and Power 98. In 2005, she did the role Kelly Taylor in the series "Beverly Hills, 90210" and gave voice to her character. She also did another role in "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story". She won Prism Award for a drama film Girl, Positive in the year 2007. In 2007, she reached the semi- finals of "Dancing With The Stars", where she was paired with Derek Hough. She participated in a game show ‘Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?’ in November 2007. In 1994, she got married to Daniel Clark and later divorced in 1996. She then married actor Peter Facinelli.

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Lily Tomlin

This lady is the true definition of ‘age is just a number’, as she recently earned herself a nomination for Primetime Emmy Award for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy, for her hilariously comic series, ‘Grace and Frankie’, in which she is seen to be playing Frankie Bergstein. Born on September 1, 1939, Mary Jean Tomlin’s mother was, Lillie Mae and father’s was Guy Tomlin. They resided in Detroit, Michigan. Graduating from Cass Technical High School in 1957, she was a decent student. She proceeded to join Wayne State University, majoring in Biology. Initially, she was never fascinated by anything related to acting or whatsoever till she decided to try out for a play, which not only provoked her to change her subjects in the University, but also paved the way for performing opportunities to come. After college, in Detroit, she began doing standup comedy at local comedy clubs. After that, she started studying how to act at the HB studio in New York City. Finally, she ended up making her debut television appearance on a show called, ‘The Merv Griffen Show’, in the year 1965. Her next venture was NBC’S sketch comedy show, which was called, ‘Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-in’. Her constant improvisations and amazing comic timing helped her become the instant favorite amongst the masses. In fact, she became so eminent that she started to play those characters outside the show. By representing Tommy Velour and Rick, she became one of the few female actors who broke out male drag. However, her most remembered and enjoyed character of all time was Edith Ann and Earnestine. Edith Ann was so famous that later, Tomlin published the autobiography of Edith, co-written by Jane Wagner. Two commercials were also made by her, which showed an updated Earnestine. Her comedy album, “This is a Recording”, was her first album and was released on Polydor Records, which included Earnestine’s run on, over the phone, with her customers. The Billboard placed it as number 15 on its charts, and earned her the Grammy for Best Comedy Album. Till 1977, she was consecutively making comedy albums and was repeatedly nominated as well. She made her debut with “Nashville”, an acclaimed drama by Robert Altman, which garnered her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. The Late Show in which she teamed up with Art Carney was a critical success. But the movie that she made her the artist she is today was non-other than Colin Higgins directed, “9 to 5”. The story was about three female secretaries who decide to take their revenge from their tyrannical bosses. Her role as Violet Newstead made her a household name. She also did her fair share of Broadway, from which the top rated was ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe”, which was co-written by her partner, Jane Wagner. This show won her the Tony award. Currently, she is back on the small screen starring opposite Jane Fonda, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston in the Netflix series, Grace and Frankie.

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