Dyan Cannon

Dyan Cannon is an American actress, screenwriter and editor. She has been nominated for three Academy Awards. Cannon was born Samille Diane Friesen in Tacoma, Washington on January 4, 1937, the daughter of housewife Claire and life insurance salesman Ben Friesen, she was raised in the Jewish faith of her Ashkenazi mother, a Russian immigrant, though her father was Baptist. She attended West Seattle High School and spent two-and-a-half years at the University of Washington, her younger brother is jazz musician David Friesen. Cannon made her film debut in 1960 in The Fall of Legs Diamond, she made another guest appearance in 1959 on CBS' Wanted: Dead or Alive starring Steve McQueen in episode 52 "Vanishing Act" as Nicole McCready. About this time, she appeared on another CBS' western series, Johnny Ringo, starring Don Durant, on Jack Lord's western adventure drama Stoney Burke on ABC, she appeared on an episode of Hawaiian Eye, using her name Diane Cannon, in 1961, opposite Tracey Steele, Robert Conrad, Connie Stevens.

In 1963, Cannon joined the national touring production of the Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, in which she played Rosemary. She portrayed Mona Elliott in the episode "The Man Behind the Man" of the 1964 CBS drama series The Reporter, she made guest appearances on 77 Sunset Strip, The Untouchables, the perennial western series Gunsmoke, the 1960 episode "Sheriff of the Town" of the first-run syndicated western series Two Faces West with Walter Coy as Cauter and the 1962 Ripcord episode "The Helicopter Race" as Ripcord Inc.'s secretary and receptionist Marion Hines. Cannon's first major film role came in 1969's Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, which earned her Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations. In 1971 she starred in five films: The Love Machine, Doctors' Wives, The Anderson Tapes with Sean Connery, The Burglars, Such Good Friends, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Cannon co-starred opposite Burt Reynolds in Shamus, in the mystery The Last of Sheila, gave a critically acclaimed performance in Child Under a Leaf in 1974.

She starred in the TV movie Virginia Hill with Harvey Keitel. Following this she took a four-year absence from acting, she became the first Oscar-nominated actress to be nominated in the Best Short Film, Live Action Category for Number One, a project which Cannon produced, directed and edited. It was a story about adolescent sexual curiosity. In 1978, Cannon co-starred in Revenge of the Pink Panther; that same year, she appeared in Heaven Can Wait, for which she received another Oscar nomination and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 1976, she hosted Saturday Night Live during its first season and she guest starred in the fourth season of The Muppet Show in 1979. In the 1980s, a singer/songwriter, appeared in Honeysuckle Rose with Willie Nelson, Author! Author! with Al Pacino, Deathtrap with Christopher Reeve and Michael Caine, Caddyshack II, as well as several made-for-TV movies. For her contributions to the film industry, Cannon was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1983 with a motion pictures star located at 6608 Hollywood Boulevard.

Cannon wrote and starred in the semi-autobiographical film The End of Innocence, had roles in Jailbirds and Christmas in Connecticut. In the 1990s, she appeared on the popular television shows Diagnosis: Murder and The Practice, as well as being a semi-regular on Ally McBeal, she made appearances in the films That Darn Cat, 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag, Out to Sea with Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. In 2005, she appeared in Boynton Beach Club, a movie about aging Floridians who have just lost their spouses. On July 22, 1965, Cannon married actor Cary Grant, 33 years her senior, they had one daughter, an actress. They were divorced on March 21, 1968, she married real estate investor Stanley Fimberg in 1985. They divorced in 1991. In 1972, Cannon revealed, she has attended Lakers games for over three decades. She is a born-again Christian. Dyan Cannon on IMDb Dyan Cannon at AllMovie Dyan Cannon on Twitter

Anatolie Ostap

Anatolie Ostap is a retired Moldovan footballer, whose last club was Banga Gargždai in Lithuania. Ostap played for Žalgiris Vilnius and Vetra in Lithuania, Gabala in Azerbaijan, Mash’al Mubarek in Uzbekistan, Tobol in Kazakhstan and Nistru Otaci, Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol and Agro-Goliador Chişinău in his native Moldova. In January 2009 Ostap signed for Azerbaijan Premier League side Gabala. In the summer of 2010 Ostap left Gabala after playing 31 league games for the club and scoring 1 goal. Following his release from Gabala, Ostap signed for Banga Gargždai. After 17 league games spanning two years, Ostap had his contract cancelled by Banga Gargždai. Ostap played twice for three times for their under-21 team; as of 7 October 2013 Anatolie Ostap at Soccerway UEFA Profile

I Need U (Lay song)

"I Need U" is a single recorded by Chinese singer Lay for his solo album Lay 02 Sheep, released on October 7, 2017. The song was pre-released on September 25, 2017, by S. M. Entertainment and dedicated to Lay's grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary. "I Need U" is described as an urban R&B pop genre song where Lay participated in its composing and lyrics-writing. The song is dedicated to Lay's grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary with lyrics confessing eternity to the beloved. In a letter on S. M. Entertainment’s social media account, posted one day before the release of the music video, Lay talked about his grandparent’s love and how they care for one another, he described his relationship with them and how he hoped to give them a touching memory through “I Need U”. He stated, "Love can sometimes be like a habit, but refreshing and touching like a scene in a movie, a single book, or a song, but I believe that love, from what I have felt, is being able to do the smallest of things for your loved one thousands, if not tens of thousands, of times.”Lay revealed in a video hosted by Chaumet that this song was in fact written beforehand together with "what U need?" as a response to the latter and expressed that a song is the best fit as an answer to the suspense posed by another song.

The music video begins with a piano version of Gymnopédie No.3 by Erik Satie and the phrase "Ce n'est pas une histoire d'amour. C'est une histoire qui parle d'amour", it tells the story of a young man, portrayed by Lay himself, strolling through Paris while planning to ask his beloved to marry him. After many years, the two return to Paris to reminisce the past; the music video, featuring Lay's grandparents, was filmed in Paris and planned and directed by Lay himself. The accompanying music video for "I Need U" ranked #1 on Billboard's China Weibo Live Chart. In 12 hours, "I Need U" hit more than 26 million views online, consecutively being the major 3 music chart's winner. Additionally, the music video was charted in 17 countries and ranked #1 on iTunes in 12 countries, including the United States, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong and more