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Isli Hidi

Isli Hidi is an Albanian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper, most for Bylis in the Albanian Superliga and the Albanian national team. Hidi has won 11 official titles, he started off his career at his hometown club, Tirana in 1998. After few appearances, he was loaned out to Bylis. After making a huge impact, he returned to Tirana to compete for the number 1 shirt, he signed for the Ukrainian club Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih in August 2007. In 2008, Hidi moved to Alki Larnaca for the remainder of the 2008–09 season. Hidi rejoined Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih on a three-year contract for around one million dollars per season on 3 March 2009. On 6 July 2010, he signed for Dinamo Tirana for the 2010–11 season. On 7 January 2011, Hidi joined Cyprus's Olympiakos Nicosia by inking a contract until the end of the season. In July 2018, Hidi joined Teuta on a one-year contract, returning in Albanian Superliga after eight years. In November, he was named league's player of the month after some strong performances.

He concluded the 2018–19 season by making 33 league appearance, missing only one match, the one against Tirana in April 2019. In August 2019, Hidi completed a transfer to Bylis, returning in Ballsh for the first time since 2002 when he was on loan, he took squad number 1 for the 2019–20 season. Hidi made his debut on 24 August in the 1–0 away defeat to his former side Teuta. On 1 September, in his third appearance of the season, Hidi scored his first career goal, a penalty in the 3–0 win at Skënderbeu, guiding the team to their first seasonal win. On 15 September, in the first match following the international break, Hidi scored another penalty, this time at home against Kukësi, aiding Byis to achieve a 2–1 comeback win which lifted them in 4th place in championship, his first goal in Albanian Cup came on 12 February 2020 in the second leg of competition's second round against Laçi, helping Bylis advance to quarter-finals 4–3 on aggregate. Hidi received his first senior international call-up in May 2005 for the friendly match versus Poland by German coach Hans-Peter Briegel, impressed by Hidi's performances in the Albanian Superliga with his club at the time Tirana.

He earned his first cap in that match, but things could not have started any worse for him as Poland scored in under 2 minutes with Maciej Żurawski. Hidi's second appearance for Albania came that year, on 17 August against Azerbaijan at Qemal Stafa Stadium. In 2017, Hidi begun the application for Cypriot passport; as of 12 February 2020 As of 15 November 2011 TiranaAlbanian Superliga: 1998–99, 1999–00, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07 Albanian Cup: 1998–99, 2000–01, 2005–06AEL LimassolCypriot First Division: 2011–12Apollon LimassolCypriot Cup: 2015–16 Albanian Superliga Player of the Month: November 2018 Isli Hidi at

Do Not Disturb (TV series)

Do Not Disturb is an American sitcom, which debuted as a Fall entry on Fox's primetime lineup on September 10, 2008. The multi-camera series was co-produced through Reveille Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Television; the series focuses on the going-ons at a once-popular New York City hotel as seen through the eyes of its employees. Fox ordered 13 episodes, with Jason Bateman directing the pilot. After three episodes aired, the show was rumored to be cancelled on September 23, 2008. Fox cancelled the sitcom the following day, making it the first cancellation of the 2008–09 season. Niecy Nash as Rhonda Peet Jerry O'Connell as Neal Danner Molly Stanton as Nicole Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Larry Jolene Purdy as Molly Poleski Dave Franco as Gus Do Not Disturb on IMDb Do Not Disturb at From TV Fodder Fox makes room for'The Inn' from Variety FOX Confirms Cancellation of DND TVWeek: NBC, Take Heed

Scott Brick

Scott Brick is an American actor and award-winning narrator of over 800 audiobooks, including popular titles such as Washington: A Life, Cloud Atlas, A Princess of Mars, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, Atlas Shrugged, Sideways, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, I, Mystic River, Helter Skelter, Patriot Games, Bid Time Return, In Cold Blood, the Dune series, Ender's Game, Fahrenheit 451. He has narrated works for a number of high-profile authors, including Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, Michael Crichton, John Grisham, Clive Cussler, Stephen J. Cannell, William Faulkner, Nelson DeMille, Brad Meltzer, Harlan Coben, Gregg Hurwitz, David Baldacci, Orson Scott Card, Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson, Joseph Finder, Stephen R. Donaldson, Nathaniel Philbrick, Terry Brooks, Steve Berry, Gene Wilder, Philip K. Dick, Dennis Lehane, Douglas J. Preston, Lincoln Child, Ayn Rand, Justin Cronin and Isaac Asimov, among others. Brick studied acting and writing at UCLA before embarking on his professional career in 1989.

In 1999, Brick began narrating audiobooks and found himself a popular choice for top publishers and authors. After recording some 250 titles in five years, AudioFile magazine named Brick “one of the fastest-rising stars in the audiobook galaxy", proclaimed him a "Golden Voice", a reputation solidified by a November 2004 article on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. Publishers Weekly went on to honor Brick as Narrator of the Year in 2007 and 2011. To date, he has won over two Audie Awards and a nomination for a Grammy Award, he opened his own audiobook recording studio and publishing company, Brick By Brick Audiobooks, with the goals of streamlining production and ensuring consistency throughout his body of work. On May 16, 2008, Brick By Brick Audiobooks released its first title: Lord Foul's Bane, from Stephen R. Donaldson's The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant series. By April 4, 2009, Brick had narrated and released the other two titles in the initial trilogy, along with Fatal Revenant, the eighth book in the series.

When completed, this debut project will result in new unabridged audio narrations of all 10 titles of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant series. The first trilogy, The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever, was released in print from 1977 to 1979. Brick By Brick Audiobooks has since grown to include the unabridged recordings of M. K. Wren's three-volume The Phoenix Legacy, as well as literary classics such as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol; the CD version of the latter includes four audio discs, as well as a fifth disc of bonus material which includes the original 1843 First Edition illustrations by John Leech and a photo of Brick playing the role of Ebenezer Scrooge in a 1995 stage production of A Christmas Carol. In October 2009, Brick compiled and released Gothic Horror: Bloodcurdling Tales from the World’s Greatest Authors, a collection of short stories from famous authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, Mary Shelley and more. In an innovative twist, every All Hallow’s Eve hence a new story by a new author will be added to the Gothic Horror library, giving listeners an ever-growing collection of classic horror on audio.

Brick cites as his favorite audiobook readings Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Budd Schulberg's What Makes Sammy Run? "I would have them back after year. Because they never get old for me." Brick spent 10 years with the LA-based traveling Shakespeare troupe Will and Company, performing for schools throughout California. He has appeared as Cyrano and Macbeth in productions throughout the country. In 2005, he collaborated with author Orson Scott Card to adapt a collection of the author’s short stories for the stage in a production titled Posing as People. In 2008, Brick appeared in "The Delivery", a short film from Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle DeCuir and Skyboat Films starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. Michael York, John Rubinstein, Stephanie Zimbalist, Harlan Ellison and Orson Scott Card, among others; the Delivery won First Place in Fantasy at the 2008 Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival. The trailer for The Delivery can be viewed online. In 2010, Brick appeared as Agent Frank Donnolly in the independent film, Hit Parade and directed by comic book writer Joe Casey.

The trailer for Hit Parade can be viewed online. The DVD can be watched via Amazon Online. In 2000, Brick was hired to adapt Arthur C. Clarke’s Rendezvous with Rama for the big screen by Morgan Freeman and Revelations Entertainment with David Fincher attached to direct. Brick has written articles in a variety of comic book, science fiction and toy-related subjects for publications such as Wizard Magazine, ToyFare, Comics Buyer's Guide, Creative Screenwriting and others. In 2012 Brick completed his first novel, a modern-day supernatural thriller based on an 18th-century murder in New England, he is writing an instructional guide, Narrating Audiobooks by Scott Brick. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand Blade Runner: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbelieve

Christopher Wright (author)

Christopher Wright, born November 24, 1964 in Pontiac, Michigan, is the author of dozens of horror fiction books for children and young adults. He writes under the pseudonyms Johnathan Christopher Knight. All of Wright's books take place in his home state of Michigan. Wright grew up in Waterford Michigan, until his family moved to Grayling after his 4th Grade year of school, he lived for a short time in Houghton Lake before moving to Petoskey for six years to a little cabin in the woods outside of Cheboygan before moving to Topinabee with his wife and three dogs named "Scooby-Boo" "Lily Munster" and "Spooky Dude." In 2007, Wright became involved in exposing a case of animal cruelty, documented the case on a website called "Thor's Warriors", a website that shows hidden animal abuse and cruelty cases to the public. Wright owns his own bookstore, Chillermania!, in Indian River, Michigan. The store sells merchandise related to his American Chillers and Michigan Chillers books; the products for sale include his books, hats and various other items.

Wright has been known to visit frequently. Under the pseudonym Johnathan Rand American Chillers series Michigan Chillers series Freddie Fernortner, Fearless First Grader series Adventure Club seriesUnder the pseudonym Christopher Knight St. Helena Ferocity Bestseller The Laurentian Channel Season of the Witch The World is Black and WhiteUnder both Johnathan Rand and Christopher Knight Pandemia Wright has opted to self-publish, with he and his wife driving to gas stations, gift shops, hotels to sell the books. In 2003, the author stated. Wright uses two pseudonyms when writing — Johnathan Rand for the children's books, Christopher Knight for the books aimed at adults; when asked out of the books he had written what his favorite one was, Wright said it was Dinosaurs Destroy Detroit, but that he liked each one in a unique way.

John Davies

John Davies may refer to: John Davies, statesman, attorney-general in Ireland John Davies, Welsh Congregational Minister John Davies, Welsh Liberal-Labour politician and trade unionist John Cledwyn Davies, Welsh Liberal politician and lawyer John Davies, 1st Baron Darwen, British cotton manufacturer and Labour politician John Davies, British businessman and Conservative MP and cabinet minister Quentin Davies, British Labour MP John Davies, United States district judge and Olympic gold medalist for Australia. John C. Davies, New York State Attorney General, 1899–1902 John Paton Davies, Jr. American diplomat John C. Davies II, U. S. Representative from New York John T. Davies, Minnesota politician, former legislator and jurist John S. Davies, Pennsylvania politician, in office 1975–1992 John Davies, Australian politician, NSW MLA, MLC John Mark Davies, British-born Australian politician in the state of Victoria, MLC John George Davies, Tasmanian politician, newspaper proprietor and first-class cricketer John Davies, Welsh cricketer John Davies, former English cricketer John Davies, Wrexham A.

F. C. and Wales international footballer John Edward Davies, Oswestry F. C. and Wales international footballer John Price Davies, Druids F. C. and Wales international footballer John Davies, with Burslem Port Vale F. C. and Newton Heath F. C. John Davies, English footballer with Liverpool and Blackpool John Davies, footballer with Portsmouth, Scunthorpe United and Walsall John Davies, Welsh footballer with Cardiff City and Hull City John Davies, Scottish footballer with Clydebank, St. Johnstone, Ayr United and Motherwell John Henry Davies, British football trainer Johnny Davies, Australian rules footballer for Carlton and Fitzroy John Davies, Australian rules footballer for Geelong John Davies, Canadian ice hockey player with the Edmonton Mercurys John Leighton Davies, former rugby union and professional rugby league footballer John Davies, rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s for Wales and Leeds John Davies, rugby union footballer of the 1990s and 2000s for Wales and Scarlets John Davies, current rugby league footballer for Castleford Tigers John Davies, New Zealand middle-distance runner John Davies, Welsh steeplechase runner Jack Davies, New Zealand swimmer John Davies, Olympic gold medalist for Australia and United States district judge John Goldup Davies, English swimmer John Cadvan Davies, Welsh poet and Wesleyan minister John Thomas Davies, Anglican priest in Wales John Davies, Bishop of St Asaph, 1999–2008 John Davies, former Anglican Bishop of Shrewsbury John Davies, Archbishop of Wales.