Veronica Cartwright is a British-born American actress who has worked in US film and television in a career spanning six decades. As a child actress, she appeared in supporting roles in The Children's The Birds, she is best known for her roles in the 1970s science fiction films Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Alien, for which she won a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. In the 1980s, she appeared in The Witches of Eastwick. In the 1990s, she received three Emmy nominations as Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her roles on the television series ER and The X-Files. Cartwright was born in Bristol and grew up in Los Angeles, having immigrated to the US shortly after the birth of her younger sister, actress Angela Cartwright. In 1958, her career as a child actress began with a role in In War. Among her early appearances were repeated roles in the television series Leave It to Beaver and episodes of One Step Beyond "The Haunting" and The Twilight Zone "I Sing the Body Electric".
In 1963, she guest starred twice in NBC's medical drama about psychiatry, The Eleventh Hour, in the episodes "The Silence of Good Men" and "My Name is Judith, I'm Lost, You See". Cartwright appeared in the films The Children's Hour and Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, which were both successful. In The Birds, she was cast along with her television father from Leave It to Beaver, Richard Deacon, although the two were not on screen together, she played daughter Jemima Boone in the first two seasons of NBC's Daniel Boone from 1964 until 1966, with co-stars Fess Parker, Patricia Blair, Darby Hinton, Ed Ames and Dallas McKennon. She won. Cartwright achieved success with Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Alien, the latter performance winning her a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress, she was cast as Alien's heroine Ellen Ripley, but director Ridley Scott switched her role with Sigourney Weaver's just prior to shooting the film. Other film roles include: Spencer's Mountain with Henry Fonda and Kym Karath, Goin' South, The Right Stuff, Flight of the Navigator, The Witches of Eastwick, Money Talks, Scary Movie 2, Kinsey and Straight-Jacket.
A frequent performer in television, she has played guest roles in such series as Route 66, The Mod Squad, Miami Vice, Baywatch, L. A. Law, ER, The X-Files, Chicago Hope, Will & Grace, Touched by an Angel, Judging Amy, Six Feet Under, The Closer, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Cartwright has received three Emmy Award nominations, one for her work in ER in 1997, two for her work on The X-Files in 1998 and 1999. Cartwright starred as Mrs. Olive Osmond in the made-for-TV film Inside the Osmonds, she co-starred in the fourth version of The Invasion. She appears on the cover art for the Scissor Sisters' 2006 single "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" as well as on their second album Ta-Dah. In 2014, Cartwright reprised her role as Joan Lambert for DLC episodes in Alien: Isolation based on the original film, appeared in the remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown, it was announced on June 11, 2019, Cartwright will join the cast of General Hospital in a top-secret role in July 2019. Alien: DVD 20th Century Fox 2006.
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Of Atlantis is a metalcore band from Montreal, Canada formed in 2012 by members Ramzi Benamara and Jonathan Gagné. Their current lineup consists of Karl Dufresne, Ramzi Benamara, Jonathan Gagné, Lawrence Leylekian, Donny Baldassare. To date, the band has released 2 singles and is working on their first EP. FormationOf Atlantis was founded by guitarist/clean vocalist Ramzi Benamara and guitarist Jonathan Gagné during early 2012 in Montreal QC, Canada; the two had played in several punk rock and rock projects together but their desire to play hardcore music drove them to form Of Atlantis. Soon after forming, they encountered Francis Belisle through a YouTube vocal cover and contacted him about starting a post-hardcore band. After Belisle joined, the group met Jean-Christophe Dagenais, a guitarist but agreed to fill in at bass guitar seeing as the band did not need another guitarist. HopelessThroughout the formation of the band, guitarist/clean vocalist Ramzi Benamara had begun composing what would become the band's first single Hopeless.
After the completion of Hopeless, the band decided to announce its formation with this single. They recorded Hopeless at Bird Wazo studio in June 2012 and released it on the June 28, 2012; the lyric video for Hopeless was made by the band's own lead vocalist Francis Belisle and was released with the single on June 28, 2012. Soon after the release, lead vocalist Francis Belisle decided to part ways, was replaced by the band's bassist Jean-Christrophe Dagenais; the move from bass guitar to lead vocals left the band without a bassist as well as still looking for a drummer. In July 2012, they were introduced to drummer Denis Potapov through a contact at Bird Wazo studio and to bassist Steve Dupuis through their new lead vocalist Jean-Christophe Dagenais. PerceptionsImmediately after the release of their first single, Ramzi Benamara began composing the band's latest single though the band was going through some lineup changes. Once the band completed composing Perceptions they recorded it at Bird Wazo studio in September 2012.
Upon completion of the recording, they planned to shoot a music video to release the song with, however, in December 2012 their lead vocalist Jean-Christophe Dagenais decided to part ways for personal reasons. As a result, the plans for the music video were delayed and cancelled in favour for a lyric video. In February 2013, Karl Dufresne became the new lead vocalist of the band, shortly after his induction, bassist Steve Dupuis and drummer Denis Potapov were parted from the band. In March 2013, bassist Lawrence Leylekian joined the band. Shortly after, on March 31, 2013, Perceptions was released with its lyric video, designed by Neighborkid Productions via the BryanStars YouTube channel. Following the release, drummer Donny Baldassare joined the band to complete the lineup in April 2013. ConceptOf Atlantis is at Bird Wazo studio recording their first studio EP, Chapter I: Origins; this album has not yet been set for a release date but it is speculated that it will be released either late 2013 or early 2014.
This album is a concept album based on the French quote "L'Homme naît naturellement bon, c'est la société qui le corrompt" - J. J. Rousseau, which translates to "Man is born good, it is society that corrupts"; the album lyrics describe a fictional story in which the main character develops a complex based on a troublesome childhood that leads to trust issues, existential questioning, bitterness and the development of a rooted hatred. The name Of Atlantis was brought together by former lead vocalist Francis Belisle and guitarist/clean vocalist Ramzi Benamara. Francis Belisle had suggested to use Atlantis as part of the name, but it did not feel complete with Atlantis, so Ramzi Benamara proposed to add the preposition Of in front and from on the name Of Atlantis was permanent. SinglesAlbums Music VideoOfficial Lyric Video Closer To Found
Jurjen Jacob Koolhof was a Dutch international football striker and manager. As a player, Koolhof had a productive career, with 190 league goals, he played for a number of clubs in the Netherlands including Vitesse Arnhem, F. C. Groningen,De Graafschap and PSV Eindhoven. For the latter he scored a total of 69 goals in 106 appearances and formed a great tandem with Norway's Hallvar Thoresen in the mid-1980s, he began his career at the local pride BV Veendam, breaking into the first-team squad in 1978. He began scoring prolifically in the late 1980s, he was transferred to Vitesse Arnhem in the new decade. In his second season in Arnhem he managed to score 19 goals in 16 appearances, an exceptional average of 1.2 goals per match. During the 1981/1982 transfer window he signed a contract at PSV Eindhoven, his first Eredivisie club, his first years in the lichtstad have been successful. He adapted to higher level and in two and a half years he missed only a few matches. In 1984 he suffered a terrible injury.
He was out for two full years. In season 1986/1987 he returned to the pitch but he never recovered, he played professional football for another seven years in the Eerste Divisie. After FC Groningen, again Vitesse Arnhem and De Graafschap he ended his career where it had once started: BV Veendam, he first played for the Netherlands on 14 August 1982 against Greece. After 46 minutes of football he replaced Piet Wildschut. At the time there were not any goals scored, but a goal by Edo Ophof in 54th minute would cause Oranje to win the game, he was capped only 5 times. As a result, he did not enjoy a long international career: he played his last international match on 16 February 1983, just over 9 months later. After he quit playing Doetinchem became his new domicile, he acted alternately as head of the youth academy and manager of De Graafschap from 1994 to 2002. He was Hennie Spijkerman's assistant for one season at FC Emmen. In the following years he was employed at FC Dordrecht and MVV as manager.
Koolhof was fired from his job on 19 February 2007 due to disappointing results, strikingly on the same day Cambuur Leeuwarden let go their trainer Roy Wesseling. On 15 March the 47-year-old Koolhof signed a two-year contract at SC Cambuur-Leeuwarden taking effect 1 July 2007. Gerrie Schouwenaar, who acted as interim manager, departed for Qatar, his spot was taken by Alfons Arts, who became Koolhof's assistant manager as well as a youth trainer. In his first year his team surprised everyone by defeating AZ Alkmaar in the Cup. After a few matches in the 2008–2009 season, Koolhof was sacked following a poor start to the season. Jurrie Koolhof was married and had two sons, football player Dean Koolhof and tennis pro Wesley Koolhof, he died after a long illness at 59 years. With PSV Eredivisie: 1985/1986, 1986/1987With Vitesse Arnhem Eerste Divisie: 1988/1989With De Graafschap Eerste Divisie: 1990/1991 KNVB Cup 2007-08 Eerste Divisie 2007-08 Video of Koolhof's most famous attempt on goal on YouTube 2006 Interview on the official MVV Maastricht website