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  • Edris Azizi was born in 29 August 1993 in kabul Afghanistan he is an afghan film director and writer live in kabul Afghanistan, he was Art Director of the salesman "persian movie movie" which is owned an Oscar for best foreign language film in 2017. ([334])
  • Eke Chukwu is a British-Nigerian actor and film producer. He is known for playing Al in the feature film Welcome to Curiosity, directed by Ben Pickering. Eke was born in London. His parents are both of Nigerian origin.[335] [336] [337] [338] [339] [340] [341] [342] [343] [344]
  • Elliot Cunnington Known for his involvment in motorsport, Elliot is the former Elliot Racing team principal and is currently a TV presenter (Official Website)
  • Elliot Giles (actor) Ben Philips Occasionally Appears in Ben Philips videos as being pranked. Born January 13, 1997 lives in Bridgend
  • Elkhorn Tolle (Appears on Youtube claiming to be the brother of Eckhart Tolle) ([345])
  • Emily Tyra (Actor) ([346])
  • Erika Dilday (Producer) (Producer on documentary giant Albert Maysles final film "In Transit", recipient of special jury prize Tribeca Film Festival 2015. Only African-American female to produce a Maysles Film; Former Director of Maysles Documentary Center. Speaker at DOC NYC, Women Make Movies; Currently runs with Veteran Maria Hinojosa the only female, minority-led non profit journalism group in the United States, winner of the 2017 Columbia Journalism School Alumni Award) [347];[348];[349];[350];[351];[352]
  • Ethyn Jade O'Grady Ethyn Jade O'Grady UnOfficial Music Video Host. Born 20, October 2003, Australian, Actor, Comedian,
  • F2 Freestylers is the name of an English football freestyle and entertainment duo, which includes Billy Wingrove and Jeremy Lynch. They have the largest football YouTube channel in the world and also are the stars of the new NBC Sports Network show It's Called Football.
  • Fanny Bloc: French voice actress
  • Francisco San Martin (Born: August 27, 1987. Birthplace: Island of Mallorca, Spain. Actor. Known for Days of Our Lives (2010-2011), Behind the Candelabra (2013), Jane the Virgin (2017), and The Bold and the Beautiful (2017).) [353] [354] [355] [unreliable source]
  • Francois Castellino (Bollywood Playback Singer including in songs like Nakhre from Action Replayy-2010 and others.)

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  • 1/2 Revolution - an Egyptian documentary film about the Egyptian Revolution of 2011
  • 16-Love - 2012 movie about a 16 year old female tennis player who gets injured, and how this affects her life. Main actress (Lindsey Shaw) has wike page already and the movie is mentioned but not as a link to a wiki page. A bit more info on [1,051] , official site on [1,052] and youtube channel on [1,053]. ([1,054], [1,055]
  • 21st Century War Machines - television series on Discovery Channel
  • 2Late (2Late is about a young teenage boy 'Sam Hunter' who gets Bullied for being different by School Boys and his own Dad. His best friend Reece tries to look after him and protect him. His mum doesn't know her husband beats him. Sam can't take anymore and makes the most important decision that no one would ever wish to make. This movie tells a moving story based on real life events and asks the questions many of us do not wish to know about.) [www.imdb.com/title/tt3382254/] [1,056]
  • "30-Love" - an anti-wave film that explores a man's grief after he loses his wife in childbirth, focusing on his own grief and neglecting his newborn child. Official description and information available at film website: [[1,057]. Multiple reviews have been written, Los Angeles Times [1,058], Splash Magazine [1,059], Entertainment Monthly [1,060], El Vaquero [1,061], Podcast We Watch Movies [1,062], Moneyshot Podcast [1,063]. Notable actors Brenda Vaccaro and Justin Lee both acted in the film and have their own wikipedia pages.
  • 3A.M. (TV series) Television series on Showtime Take a penetrating joyride into the bizarro world of late-night New York City. 3AM is a high-energy documentary series that follows a cornucopia of drag queens, artists, escorts, and other insomniacs, all trying to turn fantasy into reality while flaunting every rule in the book. Anything goes at this hour, so leave all inhibitions at the door. While most respectable folks are tucked in at home, the bolder and braver outlaw set are out defying the norms of acceptable and conventional behavior in a search for love, sex, fame, and notoriety that can only come as the clock strikes 3; [1,064] , [1,065].
  • The 4th Wall (film), a 2010 British-Belgian film based on a Jean-Claude Carrière play. [1,066]

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  • Thompson-Nicola Film Commission - [1,482]; government film commission funded by the Thompson-Nicola Regional District which has been operating since 2000. The film commission has brought some big name productions to the TNRD including The A-Team, An Unfinished Life and 2012. The area that inhabits the region is known for its arid deserts and dry climate during the summer months, which has served as shooting locations for similar areas around the world. The following films and television shows have been shot within the TNFC jurisdiction since it was created including The Pledge, Flower & Garnet, Smallville, The Snow Walker, Ill Fated, Traffic (2004 TV mini-series), An Unfinished Life, Miss Texas, Deepwater, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Augusta, Gone, Battlestar Gallactica, Firewall, Centigrade, Afghan Knights, Partition, Thirst, Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead, Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon, Iron Road, The Andromeda Strain, Cole, Alien Trespass, Alice, 2012, Flicka 2, The A-Team [1,483]; [1,484] and Afghan Luke[1,485]

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Housepets! is a thrice-weekly Web comic produced by Rick Griffin (with no relation to Richard Alden Griffin whatsoever, nor inspiration). The story revolves around Peanut Butter and Grape Jelly Sandwich and other pets living in Babylon Gardens, a pet-friendly neighborhood. But sometimes Slice-of-Life isn't enough, cause in this world (or rather, the next) there are Celestial Beings who spice the plot up with all kinds of Supernatural adventures. Mainly these types of adventures feature human-turned-dog; King and his best friend Fox. Official site of Housepets! webcomic

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