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#1945 Anna-Graceman
Anna-Graceman -  ABOUT Folk singer who finished in sixth place on the 2011 season of America's Got Talent. Her released the hit single

ABOUT Folk singer who finished in sixth place on the 2011 season of America's Got Talent. Her released the hit single "Paradise." BEFORE FAME She began singing and playing the piano at age four, as well as writing her own music and songs. She began singing and playing the piano at age four, as well as writing her own music and songs. TRIVIA She released her first internet album Named After Self in 2012. She released her first internet album Named After Self in 2012. FAMILY LIFE She has a brother named Landon and a sister named Allie. She has a brother named Landon and a sister named Allie. ASSOCIATED WITH She started to gain a large internet following after performing on the Ellen Degeneres Show in 2009. She started to gain a large internet following after performing on the Ellen Degeneres Show in 2009. Anna Graceman Popularity   Anna Graceman Popularity # 5869 Most Popular Person # 10 Born on August 1 # 5 Folk Singer # 6 Born in Alaska # 12 Person Named Anna # 1 Born in Juneau, AK .

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#32960 Viktor-Ardov
Viktor-Ardov - Vuktor Yefimovich Zilberman (pseudonym - Ardov) was born on November 21, 1900, in Voronezh, Russia. He was raised in a traditional Russian-Jewish family. He graduated from the Economy Department of the Plekhanov Institute in Moscow, in 1925.Viktor Ardov published his first short stories in 1921. He also was a talented illustrator and published collections of his short stories with his own illustrations. He published in total over forty books of his short stories and plays. His first theatrical play Imeninnitsa (1924) had a successful run at the Moscow Theatre of Satire. Ardov wrote the film script for Svetly Put (The Shining Path, 1940 aka..Tanya), starring Lyubov Orlova and directed by Grigori Aleksandrov. For this film he was awarded the State Stalins Prize and received the award from Joseph Stalin in 1941.In 1933 Ardov married actress Nina Antonovna Olshevskaya, and became a stepfather of her son Aleksey Batalov. Their apartment No.13 on Bolshya Ordynka was a popular meeting place for important Russian intellectuals, such as Mikhail A. Bulgakov, Mikhail Zoschenko, Boris Pasternak Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Joseph Brodsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, and many others. Ardov collaborated with the famous Russian comedian Arkadi Rajkin, for whom he wrote satirical sketches.Viktor Ardov was a life-long friend of Anna Akhmatova. He wrote about Akhmatova in his memoirs, Anna Andreevna lived with us in our home from 1934-1966, just as much time as she spent in her place in Leningrad. Ardov and his family comforted Akhmatova and shielded her from the severe political attacks during the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. Anna Akhmatova was one of the last living classics of the Russian literature at that time. She was reinstated as the member of the Union of the Soviet Writers in Moscow, upon the recommendations of Viktor Ardov and his colleagues.Viktor Ardov died in 1976, in Moscow. His stepson Aleksey Batalov is an actor, his elder son Boris Ardov is an actor, writer and a cartoon artist, his junior son Mikhail Ardov is an Orthodox Christian priest in Moscow.. Date of Birth,     21October 1900,Voronezh, Russian Empire [now Russia]    ,Date of Death,   1976,Moscow, USSR [now Russia]      (natural causes)     ,Birth Name,Viktor Yefimovich Ardov

Vuktor Yefimovich Zilberman (pseudonym - Ardov) was born on November 21, 1900, in Voronezh, Russia. He was raised in a traditional Russian-Jewish family. He graduated from the Economy Department of the Plekhanov Institute in Moscow, in 1925.Viktor Ardov published his first short stories in 1921. He also was a talented illustrator and published collections of his short stories with his own illustrations. He published in total over forty books of his short stories and plays. His first theatrical play Imeninnitsa (1924) had a successful run at the Moscow Theatre of Satire. Ardov wrote the film script for Svetly Put (The Shining Path, 1940 aka..Tanya), starring Lyubov Orlova and directed by Grigori Aleksandrov. For this film he was awarded the State Stalins Prize and received the award from Joseph Stalin in 1941.In 1933 Ardov married actress Nina Antonovna Olshevskaya, and became a stepfather of her son Aleksey Batalov. Their apartment No.13 on Bolshya Ordynka was a popular meeting place for important Russian intellectuals, such as Mikhail A. Bulgakov, Mikhail Zoschenko, Boris Pasternak Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Joseph Brodsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, and many others. Ardov collaborated with the famous Russian comedian Arkadi Rajkin, for whom he wrote satirical sketches.Viktor Ardov was a life-long friend of Anna Akhmatova. He wrote about Akhmatova in his memoirs, Anna Andreevna lived with us in our home from 1934-1966, just as much time as she spent in her place in Leningrad. Ardov and his family comforted Akhmatova and shielded her from the severe political attacks during the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. Anna Akhmatova was one of the last living classics of the Russian literature at that time. She was reinstated as the member of the Union of the Soviet Writers in Moscow, upon the recommendations of Viktor Ardov and his colleagues.Viktor Ardov died in 1976, in Moscow. His stepson Aleksey Batalov is an actor, his elder son Boris Ardov is an actor, writer and a cartoon artist, his junior son Mikhail Ardov is an Orthodox Christian priest in Moscow.. Date of Birth, 21October 1900,Voronezh, Russian Empire [now Russia] ,Date of Death, 1976,Moscow, USSR [now Russia] (natural causes) ,Birth Name,Viktor Yefimovich Ardov .

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