At 6′ 10″ with pure muscle mass and the looks of an outlaw biker, Kevin Nash has the wit of Howard Stern and intelligent opinions on everything from sports to feminism to politics, and backs up all of his claims with biting humor and surprising wisdom! Is it unusual for a man who has achieved stardom in the world of professional wrestling to read the New Yorker on a daily basis and take the lead in philosophical conversation at dinner? It’s no wonder that Kevin Nash, better known as BIG SEXY to his fans, is one of the most well known personalities in the wrestling business and has established himself not only in the realm of sports, but in the entertainment world as well.
We had the pleasure of talking to him for a few minutes to find out what Mr. Nash was up to now… watch and see!
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One of Hudson’s early films was in Penitentiary in the late 1970s starring Leon Isaac Kennedy. Hudson played Winston Zeddemore, a firefighter who enlists with the Ghostbusters in the 1984 film Ghostbusters and its 1989 sequel (he auditioned to reprise the role for the animated series but lost to Arsenio Hall), as well as Warden Leo Glynn on HBO’s Oz. On Oz, his son Ernie Hudson Jr. co-starred with him as Muslim inmate Hamid Khan. He appeared as the character Munro in Congo, and he starred in the 1994 film The Crow as Sergeant Albrecht. He switched gears when he played a preacher opening the eyes of a small town prejudice in the 50s in Stranger in the Kingdom. He is also known as Harry McDonald, the FBI superior of Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality. He was also in the Stargate SG-1 episode “Ethon” as Pernaux. He had a major supporting role as the mentally challenged Solomon in The Hand that Rocks the Cradle. He was on the TV series Fantasy Island as a voodoo man named Jamu in season 1. Hudson also appeared as Reggie in the film Basketball Diaries alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. He is to play the role of Master Mutaito in the 2009 movie Dragonball Evolution.
Vivica A. Fox
Vivica A. Fox was born in South Bend, Indiana July 30, 1964, and is the daughter of Everlyena, a pharmaceutical technician, and William Fox, a private school administrator. She is of Native American and African American descent and is proud of her heritage. She is a graduate of Arlington High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, and, after graduating, moved to California to attend college. Vivica went to Golden West College and graduated with an Associate Art degree in Social Sciences. While in California, she started acting professionally, first on soap operas such as “Generations” (1989), “Days of Our Lives” (1965) and “The Young and the Restless” (1973). In another early role, she played Patti LaBelle’s fashion designer daughter, Charisse Chamberlain, on the NBC TV series “Out All Night” (1992). Her first big break was in the film Independence Day (1996) along with Will Smith and also Set It Off (1996). She has earned critical acclaim for her portrayal of “Maxine” in the 1997 motion picture Soul Food (1997), which netted her MTV Movie Award and NAACP Image Award nominations. In 2000, she was casted in the medical drama “City of Angels” (2000) as Dr. Lillian Price. She has had roles in many other movies ever since such as: Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999), Two Can Play That Game (2001) and Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003). In 2004, Fox was in an episode of “Punk’d” (2003) where her pregnant friend pretended to go into labor, but they became angry when a paramedic appeared to care more about taking pictures than delivering the baby. Vivica also took another television role from 2004 to 2006 as she starred in the drama series, “1-800-Missing” (2003) on the Lifetime Television Network. In 2007, she was a contender in _”Dancing with the Stars’ (2005/I)’ and stayed until she was voted off in the fourth week. In 1998, Vivica A. Fox married singer Christopher Harvest (aka Sixx-Nine) whom she later divorced in June 2002. She also dated rapper 50 Cent, however this was a brief relationship.
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Pam Grier has been a major African-American actress from the early seventies. Her career started back in 1971 when Roger Corman of New World Pictures launched her into The Big Doll House (1971), about a woman’s penitentiary and The Big Bird Cage (1972). Her strong role put her into a five year contract with Samuel Z. Arkoff of American International Pictures and from then Grier became a leading lady in action films such as two of the Jack Hill films: Coffy (1973) and Foxy Brown (1974), and the comic strip character Friday Foster (1975) and the William Girdler film ‘Sheba, Baby’ (1975). She continued work with American International where she portrayed William Marshall’s vampire victim in the ‘Blacula’ sequel, Scream Blacula Scream (1973).
During the eighties she became a regular on “Miami Vice” (1984) and played a supporting role as an evil witch in Ray Bradbury’s and Walt Disney Pictures Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) and then returned to action as Steven Seagal’s partner in Above the Law (1988). Her most famous role of the 90s was probably Jackie Brown (1997), directed by Quentin Tarantino, which was a homage to her earlier 70s action roles, but she occasionally did supporting roles as in Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks! (1996), In Too Deep (1999) and her funny performance in Jawbreaker (1999). More recently, she appeared in John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars (2001) and co-starred with Snoop Dogg in Bones (2001). Her entire career of over thirty years has brought only success for this beautiful and talented actress.
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