Jacques Tati was a French director who played the leading role in his own movies, in most cases as Monsieur Hulot. Movies: Jour de fête, Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot, Mon Oncle, Play Time, Trafic and more.
Prince was an American musician. Albums: Dirty Mind, Controversy, 1999, Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day, Parade, Sign 'O' the Times, Lovesexy, Batman, Graffiti Bridge and more.
Ramses Shaffy was a Dutch singer and actor, famous for his wayward songs and flamboyant life. Songs: Sammy, Zing vecht huil bid lach werk en bewonder, Pastorale, Laat me, We zullen doorgaan and many more.
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Oliver Hasenfratz was a German actor, most famous for his parts in tv crime series like Derrick, Tatort, Der Alte and Siska. In Der König von Sankt Pauli he played a leading role as the son of a Hamburg entertainment area tycoon.
Paulus de Boskabouter (Paulus the woodgnome) began as a newspaper comic by Jean Dulieu (1921-2006). Paulus and friends also appeared in books, on radio and tv. Dulieu did all the voices and made all the puppets.
Agatha Christie was an English crime writer, famous for her creations of Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. She is one of the best selling authors in history and almost all of her stories have been made into movies.
River Phoenix was an American actor. Movies: Stand by me, Mosquito Coast, A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon, I Love You to Death, Running on Empty, My Own Private Idaho, The Thing Called Love and more.
Jiddu Krishnamurti was an Indian philosopher and teacher. He was groomed to be the new World Teacher by Theosophy leaders. In 1928 he chose his own way and kept on teaching and debating till shortly before his death.
Hans Moser was a comedian from Austria. During the Second World War he refused to divorce his Jewish wife. He made many movies together with Paul Hörbiger, Heinz Rühmann, Annie Rosar and Theo Lingen.