JOHNNY Vegas is a household name thanks to his long career in comedy. But who is Maia Dunphy and when did they split? And when was he married before? Here is what we know... Who is Johnny Vegas' wife Maia Dunphy? In April 2011, Johnny married Maia Dunphy in her mother's home town of Seville, Spain. The 41-year-old was born August 8, 1976 and is an Irish television producer, broadcaster and writer. Maia has written and produced many comedy shows including Podge & Rodge and Katherine Lynch's Wagon's Den. She has also worked with Dustin the Turkey and Zig and Zag. Maia has written regular columns for The Dubliner magazine, the Irish Times, Image Magazine, the Irish Independent Insider Magazine and the Evening Herald. Do Maia and Johnny have children and when did they split? The couple have one child together. In January 2015, Maia posted an image of her ultrasound announcing they were expecting a baby and they went on to have a son. On May 14, 2018, Maia … [Read more...] about Who is Johnny Vegas’ estranged wife Maia Dunphy, do they have children, when did they get married and who’s his first wife Kitty Donnelly?
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Iconic actress Barbara Windsor has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The now 80-year-old star is said to be feeling the effects of the degenerative brain disease, with her symptoms of memory loss and confusion getting worse. We take a look her impressive career. Who is Barbara Windsor? English actress Dame Barbara Windsor DBE was born Barbara Ann Deeks on August 6, 1937. She took the stage name Windsor in 1953, inspired by the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. She is best known for her appearances in the Carry On films and for playing Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders. What launched Barbara to fame? After starting acting at an early age, Barbara came to real prominence with her portrayals of a "good time girl" in nine Carry On films. Her first was Carry On Spying in 1964 and her final role was in Carry On Dick in 1974. She also appeared in several Carry On television and compilation specials between 1964 and 1977. One of her most iconic scenes was in Carry On Camping … [Read more...] about How old is Barbara Windsor, when did she play EastEnders’ Peggy Mitchell, which Carry On films did she appear in and who’s her husband?
Everyone knows the mythical image of The Man In Black. But the truth about Johnny Cash was a whole lot more complicated. A “folk hero for the world”, and a humble man who struggled with addiction for his entire life. In this archive feature from Uncut’s February 2009 issue (Take 141), we present a revelatory new portrait of Cash’s life. We talk to many of the people who knew him best – the children, the bandmates, the managers, the peers – and discover the unexpurgated truth about this titan of American music. “He survived,” says his one-time son-in-law, “what Elvis didn’t…” Words: Alastair McKay _______________“My dad lived with pain his whole life,” says John Carter Cash of the father whose legend he for many years struggled to both live with and up to. “It was partially the way he was made, and partially the pain of addiction, and partially the loss of his brother when he was younger,” … [Read more...] about Johnny Cash – “There will never be another Cash. Never…”
“On ‘Sweet Thing’, he asked me to imagine myself as a young, French drummer who was witnessing his first execution,” recalls veteran drummer Tony Newman, recalling the sessions for David Bowie’s 1974 album Diamond Dogs in John Robinson’s cover story for this month’s Uncut, which goes on sale this Friday, February 28.The Spiders From Mars and the ‘retirement’ of Ziggy Stardust in 1973 and 40 years on the thrill of Bowie moving on from glam into less charted musical territories is vividly evoked by some of his closest associates from a period of exciting transition, a drift away from rock towards what he would later call the ‘plastic soul’ of Young Americans.Also in the issue, Graeme Thomson navigates the sometimes wayward paths taken by Johnny Cash in the 80s, usually seen as Cash’s ‘lost decade’, when his career floundered and he struggled to make sense of himself and what country music had become. … [Read more...] about The new Uncut revealed! David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, The War On Drugs, Afghan Whigs in new issue!
His longtime booking agent, Carrie Moore-Reed, no relation to the star, said Reed died early Monday."He's one of the greatest entertainers in the world. That's the way I feel about him," Moore-Reed said.Reed was a gifted guitarist who later became a songwriter, singer and actor.As a singer in the 1970s and early 1980s, he had a string of hits that included "Amos Moses," "When You're Hot, You're Hot," "East Bound and Down" and "The Bird."In the mid-1970s, he began acting in movies such as "Smokey and the Bandit" with Burt Reynolds, usually as a good ol' boy. But he was an ornery heavy in "Gator," directed by Reynolds, and a hateful coach in 1998's "The Waterboy," starring Adam Sandler.Reynolds gave him a shiny black 1980 Trans Am like the one they used in "Smokey and the Bandit."Reed and Kris Kristofferson paved the way for Nashville music personalities to make inroads into films. Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Kenny Rogers (TV movies) followed their lead."I went around the corner to … [Read more...] about Jerry Reed, singer-turned-actor, dies