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#20 Rakesh-Jhunjhunwala
Rakesh-Jhunjhunwala -  ABOUT Investor and trader who worked with the asset management firm Rare Enterprises. BEFORE FAME He studied at the University of Mumbai and Sydenham College. He studied at the University of Mumbai and Sydenham College. TRIVIA He has said that Radha Kishan Damani inspired his investing career. He has said that Radha Kishan Damani inspired his investing career. FAMILY LIFE He had three children with his wife, Rekha Jhunjunwala. He had three children with his wife, Rekha Jhunjunwala. ASSOCIATED WITH A popular blog called The Secret Journal of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, which was similar to the Fake Steve Jobs blog, parodied his life. A popular blog called The Secret Journal of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, which was similar to the Fake Steve Jobs blog, parodied his life. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Popularity   Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Popularity   # 7025 Most Popular Person    # 35 Born on July 5    # 4 Business Executive    # 32 55 Year Old    # 1 Person Named Rakesh    # 18 Born in Mumbai, India    # 1 Cancer Business Executive

ABOUT Investor and trader who worked with the asset management firm Rare Enterprises. BEFORE FAME He studied at the University of Mumbai and Sydenham College. He studied at the University of Mumbai and Sydenham College. TRIVIA He has said that Radha Kishan Damani inspired his investing career. He has said that Radha Kishan Damani inspired his investing career. FAMILY LIFE He had three children with his wife, Rekha Jhunjunwala. He had three children with his wife, Rekha Jhunjunwala. ASSOCIATED WITH A popular blog called The Secret Journal of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, which was similar to the Fake Steve Jobs blog, parodied his life. A popular blog called The Secret Journal of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, which was similar to the Fake Steve Jobs blog, parodied his life. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Popularity   Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Popularity # 7025 Most Popular Person # 35 Born on July 5 # 4 Business Executive # 32 55 Year Old # 1 Person Named Rakesh # 18 Born in Mumbai, India # 1 Cancer Business Executive .

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#27332 Georges-Aminel
Georges-Aminel - Born Jacques Maline (Aminel being an anagram of his second name), Geroges Aminel was born to a Parisian mother and a father from Martinique. Being biracial would prove a never-ending problem for someone who aspired to become a great name of the theatre. Georges Aminel started his career very early, at the tender age of 19, as a dumb Polynesian in a 1941 play titled Faux Jour. But all he got for years were minor ethnic roles such an old Negro, an Arab, a Jew, a fanatic native ..., which left him dissatisfied. In 1954 at last he was given the more rewarding part of Bistouri, a Black doctor, in Yves Jamiaques Bistouri. Acclaimed by the critic, he was later chosen by Jean-Louis Barrault who cast him in classics like Le soulier de satin, Madame Sans Gêne and in Shakespeares Henry IV, where he was an impressive Duke of York. And, to crown it all, he was the first Creole actor to enter the famous Comédie Française company. But he resigned in 1972 and as a result, his career declined. Aminel then decided to concentrate on dubbing, in which he had excelled since the early fifties. His deep, powerful, noble voice indeed made him an ideal French substitute for for such giants of the screen as Orson Welles, Yul Brynner, Vittorio Gassman and many many others. He was also a natural choice for African American actors like Yaphet Kotto, Harry Belafonte and mainly James Earl Jones in three Star Wars installments. As Darth Vader, he matched up with Jones. His voice is as unforgettable as his models. As for his film career, it does not do justice to his talents. His roles are too few and he deserved better. Nevertheless, Aminels voice will always remain inseparable from a great deal of American and Italian classics for the viewers who have seen them in French version. Georges Aminel died in 2007. He is buried in the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris.. Date of Birth,     11October 1922,Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, France    ,Date of Death,       29April 2007,Paris, France    ,Birth Name,Jacques Maline

Born Jacques Maline (Aminel being an anagram of his second name), Geroges Aminel was born to a Parisian mother and a father from Martinique. Being biracial would prove a never-ending problem for someone who aspired to become a great name of the theatre. Georges Aminel started his career very early, at the tender age of 19, as a dumb Polynesian in a 1941 play titled Faux Jour. But all he got for years were minor ethnic roles such an old Negro, an Arab, a Jew, a fanatic native ..., which left him dissatisfied. In 1954 at last he was given the more rewarding part of Bistouri, a Black doctor, in Yves Jamiaques Bistouri. Acclaimed by the critic, he was later chosen by Jean-Louis Barrault who cast him in classics like Le soulier de satin, Madame Sans Gêne and in Shakespeares Henry IV, where he was an impressive Duke of York. And, to crown it all, he was the first Creole actor to enter the famous Comédie Française company. But he resigned in 1972 and as a result, his career declined. Aminel then decided to concentrate on dubbing, in which he had excelled since the early fifties. His deep, powerful, noble voice indeed made him an ideal French substitute for for such giants of the screen as Orson Welles, Yul Brynner, Vittorio Gassman and many many others. He was also a natural choice for African American actors like Yaphet Kotto, Harry Belafonte and mainly James Earl Jones in three Star Wars installments. As Darth Vader, he matched up with Jones. His voice is as unforgettable as his models. As for his film career, it does not do justice to his talents. His roles are too few and he deserved better. Nevertheless, Aminels voice will always remain inseparable from a great deal of American and Italian classics for the viewers who have seen them in French version. Georges Aminel died in 2007. He is buried in the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris.. Date of Birth, 11October 1922,Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, France ,Date of Death, 29April 2007,Paris, France ,Birth Name,Jacques Maline .

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