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Encyclopedia of Biographies of famous and historical figures

Biographies of famous:

  1. Biography of Vincent Candela
  2. Biography of Massimo d'Azeglio
  3. Biography of Bob Kane
  4. Biography of Gabriel Laub
  5. Biography of Ezio Mauro
  6. Biography of f. Murray Abraham
  7. Biography of The O.N.U.
  8. Biography of Riccardo Rossi

Biography of Vincent Candela

October 24, 1973

Who is Vincent Candela?

Vincent Candela was born on 24 October 1973 in Bédarieux. He grew up with football Montpellier, with whom he becomes champion of France barely seventeen years (without ever playing), he started his career as a professional footballer in 1992 at Toulouse, where he remained until 1995 scoring 56 League appearances and scoring 3 goals.
His debut in the French first division in October of 1992, while at the end of the season 1993/94 the team was relegated to the second division.
The following year the Toulouse fails to win promotion, and Vincent Candela moves to Guingamp, also a team won the Intertoto Cup in 1996 and where he remained until January 1997 (the total score is 48 appearances and 2 goals), when he moved to Rome.
World champion with France
In 1998 Vincent Candela, playing for France (with which she had already participated at the Olympic Games in Atlanta two years before) won the World Cup that will be played right in the House: Les Bleus after an exhilarating ride, defeated Brazil in the final of Ronaldo.
During the tournament, Vincent Candela found little space, as the left wing is occupied by Bixente Lizarazu: has, in any event, the opportunity to play in the last group game against Denmark (with France already qualified to round of 16).
European champion
Always with the French national team won Euro 2000: at the expense of, in this case, is the Italy of Dino Zoff, who is beaten in the final into extra time with the golden goal from David Trezeguet.
Even so, coach Roger Lemerre employs it sporadically: Candle play only against the Czech Republic and the Netherlands.
In Italy
In Rome, instead, Vincent, used initially as a left back by Zdenek Zeman, is transformed into the outside of midfield by Fabio Capello. His experience in the capital led him to win, among other things, a League title and an Italian Supercup in 2001.
In 2002, with France taking part at the World Cup Championship in Japan and South Korea, playing against Uruguay and Denmark. In August of the same year, takes the field for the last time with Les Bleus, during the friendly against Tunisia: this is his 40th national presence (with whom he also scored five goals).
Experience with Rome, instead, it lasts for another two and a half years: it is only after nine seasons at the Club, with 280 matches and scored 16 goals, which the French footballer was sold to Bolton Wanderers in January 2005.
The experience in England and return to Italy
The British team includes until June (in the meantime become father of Angelica, had by his wife Mara), when he returns to Italy called by Udinese coached by Serse Cosmi: with the Friuli, among other things, has the chance to return to play in the Champions League, and in competetion also scored one goal in away match, against Panathinaikos.
In the summer of 2006, Vincent Candela leaves the club well and passes to Siena: his experience in Tuscany, however, only lasts a few months (a total of 14 games), and in the winter transfer market session on French side is transferred to Messina. Even militancy in shore to the Strait does not last long, and so Candle-remained without crew in summer-3 September 2007 announces to the site of the French sports newspaper "L'Equipe" plans to retire from racing. In 2008, however, back on the field, albeit at an amateur level, wearing the shirt of the albatross, the team that plays in the first category of Lazio.
Vincent Candela withdrew officially from football on 5 June 2009, when the farewell match at the Olympic Stadium dispute specially organized in his honor: to battle it out in front of over 40,000 spectators are players from the 1998 World Champion France and Rome champion of Italy in 2001.
On 22 July 2014 Candle is placed in the Hall of Fame of Rome; a few months later he was called to join the cast of the tenth edition of "dancing with the stars," the variety of Saturday evening of Raiuno presented by Milly Carlucci, in which he performed, dancing alongside r. Elle Niane.

Biography of Massimo d'Azeglio

Art, culture and civil passion
24 October 1798
15 January 1866

Who is Massimo d Azeglio?

Massimo Taparelli, Marquis d'Azeglio was born in Turin on 24 October 17With family has lived in exile in Florence during the French occupation of Piedmont. Then, after the fall of Napoleon, he attended university courses in Turin.
Undertake a military career, then as family tradition, path that leaves in 18He moved to Rome to study painting with the Flemish master Martin Verstappen.
Since 1825 which Massimo d'Azeglio sentimental and patriotic themes began to focus. In 1831 father dies: he moved to Milan where he met Alessandro Manzoni. D'Azeglio marries his daughter Giulia Manzoni which presents his first novel "the feast of St. Michael", and on whose subject had already painted a picture of romantic intonation.
In the following years he devoted himself to writing; in 1833 he wrote "Ettore Fieramosca, or the challenge of Barletta" Niccolò de ' Lapi in 1841 "i.e. the Palleschi and the Piagnoni" and the unfinished "the Lombard League".
D'Azeglio continues to paint patriotic and sentimental subjects who along with pleasures, characterize his entire output.
He began his political career in 1845 by publishing various brochures anti-Austrian riots ("latest cases of Romagna" is his most famous pamphlet).
Actively participates in 1848 and after days of Novara, is called by Vittorio Emanuele II to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, holding from 1849 to 18His successor will be.
Ceded the presidency runs from active political life; However the Crimean expedition supports and in 1860 he was appointed Governor of Milan.
His last years will be dedicated to his autobiography "my memories".
Massimo d'Azeglio dies in Turin on 15 January 1866.

Biography of Bob Kane

Batman and Robert
October 24, 1916
November 3, 1998

Who is Bob Kane?

No, not the Tim Burton Batman has invented, which also has the merit of having raised the gloomy hero in the collective imagination. The credit is due to Mr Robert Kane, an anonymous character born in New York City on October 24, 1916, Park in attracting attention but has a very vivid imagination.
The shy Bob Kane start drawing for studying Eisner-Iger in the mid 30 's but the first work signed is published by Fiction House (publishing house founded by Eisner-Iger) "Wow, What A Magazine" in September 19It is the time, this, where Kane worked mostly on characters created by third parties (and by now have fallen into oblivion), as Peter Pupp, Hiram Hick, Pluto, Bobby and many others.
Starting from 1938 Bob the creator finds itself survived to collaborate with Dc Comics, where Superman had just started to depopulate, drawing several stories written by Bill Finger.
According to the legend, also reported by authoritative biographical reconstructions, that one day of the year 1939, Robert grace, inspired by the great success achieved by Superman, showed the sketch of a Chief supervisor new super hero: a creature of the night, acrobatic and bold but also human, too human (unlike all other superheroes, has no power) parents, traumatized by violent end at the hands of ruthless bandits, is dedicated to fighting crime. Was born Batman.
Kane's own admission to many were the elements of the myth of "bat man": the ancestors Superman and the Phantom, but even Dick Tracy, the heroes of pulp magazines, Zorro and even Leonardo Da Vinci (for drawings of flying men similar to technology used by bats and his hero for devilry).
But of this icon of our times, Bob Kane was not the only father. He himself admitted to having submitted his sketches to Bill Finger, the writer with whom he had worked until then to D.C., which, undeniably, improved the look of the character, developing the final garment of Bat-man (as it was originally known). The name of Finger, who died in 1974, never appeared in the credits of the stories, so much so that in Kane ran away from it on one occasion as "the hero not celebrated."
Nothing more true, in fact. For years it was the only signature of Bob Kane appearing next to the Batman logo, despite Bill Finger has written some of the most beautiful stories of Batman classic: his was the idea of a form with two blank spaces instead of the eyes and the idea of a hood instead of stiff bat wings that appeared in the very first stories.
Kane, thanks to the clever move to register the mark Batman to his name, was able to exploit the title of "father of Batman" despite then publicly you hold onto bitterness of substantial anonymity of other authors. Subsequently he worked on other characters but was concerned, along with the usual Finger, to create a series of secondary characters of Batman, then become a true plethora. Starting from Robin (throwing shoulder dell'eroe so boy fashion), in order to arrive at the Butler Alfred and the villains the Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler and Catwoman.
His entire output was also characterized by a continuous search for innovation in graphics, in an attempt to overcome the pattern of 5-6 boxes per page inherited from the adaptation of daily strips to size comics. The style of Bob Kane, however, remained almost unchanged (with some variations in the ears of the Batman costume) until 1965, although Kane drew now only very few Batman storylines since the mid-' 40, replaced by designers such as those mentioned above and others such as Jack Burnley, Sheldon Moldoff, Carmine Infantino and Stan Kaye. Its most beautiful boards remain precisely those daily strips of the period 1943-1946.
In the years ' 50 Bob Kane was asked to go to Hollywood to create characters for cartoons. Came then cartons (certainly not memorable) as Courageous Cat and Cool McCool, but it was in particular the success of the Batman TV series, in 1965, to do that move continuously in the mecca of cinema.
Pampered by the media, involved in all projects concerning his creature, Bob Kane lived in his mansion in West Hollywood the last 30 years of his life, writing books, articles, granting interviews and painting some sketches that later sold at very high prices (remember that in the hands of a journalist colleague of Viki Vale, in the Tim Burton movie?). A very different fate from that befallen the creators of Superman, who ceded the rights to National and not took advantage of the rich profits from merchandising.
Bob Kane died at 82 years old on November 3, 1998, and the cartoon world mourns him, even if his child is in good hands, more alive than ever: a true modern icon.

Biography of Gabriel Laub

The aphorism to the microscope
October 24, 1928
February 3, 1998

Who is Gabriel Laub?

Of Jewish origin, Gabriel Laub was born in a country of Poland called Bochnia, October 24, 19Persecuted because of its origins, in 1939 the writer is forced to leave Krakow and reach the Soviet Union with their parents. Here is captured and deported, spending considerable time interned between the Ural mountains.
In 1946 he moved to Prague, the city where he studied and worked as an editor, journalist and writer. Besides being a popular satirist, author of aphorisms ironic and irreverent, Laub is also a sagacious humorist. One of the characteristics that make a good author is to compose Laub his works in two languages: German and Hebrew.
Some time before leaving Prague to reach the city of Hamburg in 1967 published a book of aphorisms in Czech, while all his other books are written and published in German. In 1986 is published a collection of aphorisms in German. Hamburg Laub collaborates with broadcasters and print media.
Gabriel Laub is a contemporary writer, and as such several times asking about which is the function of the aphorism in the field of literature. It is a rather unusual kind, not "beat" by critics, publishers and book series. Universities and schools, then, this is usually almost completely ignored! It's pretty hard, in fact, find critical studies and reviews of aphorisms and authors.
Gabriel Laub writes, within a book, a "small treatise on aphorisms", focusing on analyzing the origin and development of the aphorism as a literary genre. Among the aphorisms used by the author to describe this particular kind of writing there is: "the aphorism is much appreciated because it contains half a truth, that is a significant percentage".
Gabriel Laub is also good at grasping the novelty of aphorism than other forms of expression. Said that: "I do not set aside until I read the whole thing."
After the death on February 3, 1998 in Hamburg (Germany), Polish writer's body is brought in the State of Israel for burial.
The collection of aphorisms of Laub is very rich, and deals with various themes. There are some aphorisms about love and friendship. "The highest form of selfishness is love. We don't like our partners, but only their ability to love us "; or again: "a fool is a fool who has made a career".
Among the works of Laub there are also some novels written with satiric style on the various situations of everyday life. The following aphorisms Gabriel Laub are by far the most popular, while the web is very little life and literary production of this Polish author, which seems quite witty and forerunner of modern times, when he says that "the career of many actresses began with a role in the life of a Director". How not to judge this and his other aphorisms totally "enlightening"?

Biography of Ezio Mauro

NET information
October 24, 1948

Who is Ezio Mauro?

The Italian newspaper panorama can still count on the presence of professionals who perform this job for years with commitment and passion always constant. Among the "pens" the most famous and appreciated in Italy there is definitely that of Ezio Mauro, editor in Chief of the newspaper "La Repubblica" since 1996, when he succeeded to the founder of the newspaper Eugenio Scalfari.
Before that, from 1992 to 1996, Ezio Mauro, he directed another major newspaper, "La Stampa". Born in Dronero (Cuneo) the October 24, 1948, the journalist begins his apprenticeship at the drafting of the "Gazzetta del Popolo" of Turin in 19Here Ezio Mauro focuses on of the serious events of Chronicle of the "years of lead". Articles written by him regarding some Red Red Brigade members in particular (as Patrizio Peci) cause some reaction, but fortunately there are irreparable consequences.
During the years in "La Stampa" is sent as the representative from the United States. Since 1988, he joined the newspaper La Repubblica, is posted as a correspondent from the city of Moscow. For three years, says on pages of the newspaper of the Soviet Union that proceeds from the transformations Einstein Perestroika. In 1990 returns among the editors of the "print" of Turin, and was appointed Director in 1992.
During his career he won two major awards: the "Ischia international journalism award" in 1994 (dedicated to journalists who stand out for the respect of ethics and professionalism), and in 1997 the "Premio Internazionale Alfio Russo".
Ezio Mauro, besides being a good journalist, it's also a great writer. In 2011 released, published by Laterza, the book called "the happiness of democracy. A dialogue ", along with Gustavo Zagrebelsky, President of the Constitutional Court and Professor at the University of Turin. The two authors have made an interesting comparison on the theme of democracy, likening it to happiness: like the latter, democracy must be conquered at the cost of commitment and sacrifice.
Tv interventions are known to Ezio Mauro, which takes a stand against Berlusconi as a lifestyle. Besides its political ideology is distinct and clear.
The Republic, directed by him, is the second most widely read newspaper in Italy (as of 2012). Lively and provocative cut, this newspaper-even in its online version-continues to win new readers.

Biography of f. Murray Abraham

Bad you become
October 24, 1939

Who is f. Murray Abraham?

Actor very popular in Italy for portraying the character of Unnamed in "Promessi sposi" by Salvatore Nocita and Jacopo in the "Marco Polo", in their television series, became then known from a remarkable film selected through investments. The effe bet before the name is in the eyes of the public one of the most curious mysteries of the actor. Nothing particularly occult: f. simply means Frank (sometimes also credited as Fred).
Actor from multiple personalities but strangely used almost always in the roles of "bad" (which perhaps is attributable to its choices of script, all along the same lines), Murray Abraham was born on October 24, 1939 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The international fame she kissed on the forehead when she decided to step into the shoes of the evil and envious (at least in imaginative version of the drama by Pushkin) Salieri in "Amadeus", which won an Oscar. It was again a "bad", as an antagonist of Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) in "Star Trek-insurrection", which gave him predictably great popularity at the younger crowd.
Always extremely busy actor Abraham recently played a series of films that have taken him around the world. Among his other memorable performances include the Bolivian drug Lord in "Scarface" (1983) alongside the huge Al Pacino, or the odious, obtuse and relentless Inquisitor in "the name of the rose" (1986). But that's not all.
In charming and magnetic Gallery villains collected by Murray Ambraham there's also the psycho attorney present in "the bonfire of the vanities" (1991).
Speaking of bad guys, the same Abraham confessed: "when I won the Oscar had 42 years: has made my life infinitely easier. Until then I was almost always without money. Sure, I'd love to win, but can get a conviction to the stereotype. There are actors that did not happen: is a piece I play always ' bad ', although for the first fifteen years of my career, I did almost exclusively comedy. Today I take more even consider for other genres. I tried to interpret other kinds of characters, but you have to take what's offered. It's a life of Gypsies ".
However, the American actor, now a prestigious teacher at the "Brooklyn College Theater Department," has been able to carve out some comic role, to be enjoyed for the alienating effect that makes, like for example in "Last action hero-the last great hero" (1993), a film starring the hero Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Italian audiences appreciated even in Woody Allen's "mighty Aphrodite" and "Mimich". Since 2000 we find him still in successful films like "Finding Forrester" opposite Sean Connery (where he impersonates professor Robert Crawford) and "I cavalieri che fecero l'impresa by Pupi Avati".
In 2003, directed by Renzo Martinelli participates discussed "Piazza delle cinque lune" freely adapted from the story of the kidnapping and murder of Aldo Moro.

Biography of The O.N.U.

United in the reboot of the world
October 24, 1945

Who is the. N.U.?

The O.N.U. is an international organization open to all States, created to maintain peace and security, and promote international cooperation in the economic, social and cultural fields. The United Nations adhere 189 Countries on all five continents. The only Nations not to join are Vatican City, Switzerland, Taiwan and Yugoslavia. The Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) has the status of special observer.
The UN was born on October 24, 1945, following the ratification of the Treaty of San Francisco, which was attended by representatives of 50 countries. Fundamental organs are the General Assembly, the Security Council, the economic and Social Council, the International Court of Justice and the Secretariat.
The General Assembly is composed of representatives of all the Member States, meets once a year and takes its decisions by a simple majority.
The Security Council has the responsibility of maintaining international peace and security. It consists of fifteen members, including five permanent (Usa, United Kingdom, France, Russia and China) who has the right of veto. The other ten are appointed every two years by the General Assembly.
The economic and Social Council consists of 54 members, renewed every three years. The UN promotes economic and social initiatives.
The International Court of Justice is based in the Hague and is composed of 15 judges, elected for nine years by the General Assembly and the Security Council.
The Secretariat General is appointed every five years. In addition to implementing programmes and deliberate policy by the organs of the United Nations, calls for the attention and carries out the function of mediation.
All'Onu, then, are linked to various organizations that here we list:
The International Atomic Energy Agency (Iaea),
World Bank, Organization for nutrition (Fao),
The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
International Fund for agricultural development (Ifad)
International Labour Organization (Ilo)
World Trade Organization (WTO or Wto)
World Health Organization (who)
The United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (Echo), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Unido)
International Civil Aviation Organization (Icao)
International Maritime Organization (Imo)
International Telecommunication Union (Itu)
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
Universal Postal Union (Upu).
Under the auspices of the United Nations work, also, some subsidiary bodies such as the United Nations Conference on trade and development (Unctad), the United Nations Development Programme (Undp), the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Among the latest UN Secretaries General are:
-Peruvian Javier Pérez de Cuéllar (from 1982 to 1991)
-The Egyptian Boutros Boutros-Ghali (1992 to 1996)
-The Ghanaian Kofi Annan (1997 to 2006)
-The South Korean Ban Ki-Moon (2007)

Biography of Riccardo Rossi

October 24, 1962

Who is Richard Rossi?

Riccardo Rossi was born in Rome on October 24, 19Her film debut in 1984 with the film "College", by Castellano e Pipolo. Follow "Mamma Ebe (1985, directed by Carlo Lizzani)," department stores "(1986, by Castellano e Pipolo)," Italian Fast Food "(1986, by Lodovico Gasparini)," Quelli del casco "(1987, by Luciano Salce).
She plays the role of Maharaj in the telefilm I ragazzi della Terza C "(1986/1987).
In the years ' 90 reads in "American Red" (by Alessandro d'alatri, 1990), "August" (by Massimo Spano, 1992), "we wanted to be U2" (by Andrea Barzini, 1992), "little love" (Carlo Vanzina, 1993), "a month by the Lake" (John Irvin, 1994), "Cronaca di un amore violato (Giacomo Battiato, 1994) S.P.Q.R. 2000 e" .5 years ago "(Carlo Vanzina, 1994)," Un delitto specimen "(Pier Belloni, 1995)," Men without women "(Angelo Longoni , 1995), "the last new year's Eve" (Marco Risi, 1998), "God exists" (Alfredo Arciero, 1998), "the host speaks French" (Jérôme Lévy, 1999).
On television she appeared in advertising water Ferrarelle and Baci Perugina, "Non è la Rai" in which she played Cinderella, forums and good Sunday.
Led also "solo" (2002), transmission dedicated to comedians on La7, and external links to "Quelli che il calcio" on Rai Due (2006/2007).
He also took part in the program "Nessundorma" (2004) by Raidue as conductor alongside Paola Cortellesi.
He hosts the radio program "the misfits" extraordinary RAI, in the season 2008/2009, with the "Gazzettino di Smith."
Rich is his career even in tv dramas: Besides the already mentioned "I ragazzi della III C," recall "dinner with a vampire" (1988), "the Vice
to live "(Dino Risi, 1988)," The policeman "(Rai Uno, Castellano e Pipolo, 1990)," Don Matteo "(2001 and 2003)," fool for love "(2008).
For the theatre wrote and performed the monologues "pages" and the sequel "the most wonderful evening of your life". From these shows was the basis for the book "urban survival Manual-Pages" (2004, Mondadori). Then it leads to the theater on his new show entitled "Luckily there is Richard" (2005) and "Se stasera sono qui" (2006).
Other later films are "the big noise" (2000, by Leone Pompucci), "Even in a dream" (2001, by Gianluca Greco), "two Step" (2005, by Andrea Barzini), "Notte prima degli esami oggi" (2006, by Fausto Brizzi), "Scusa ma ti chiamo amore" (2007, by Federico Moccia), "all the love in the world" (2010, by Riccardo Grandi), "nobody can judge me" (by Massimiliano Bruno, 2011).
Since 2010 is part of the jury of the television program "Cuochi e Fiamme", conducted by Simone Rugiati on Link, together with Chiara Maci (food bloggers) and Fiammetta Fadda (food critics). In 2011 Riccardo Rossi leads on "where" TV "I know a place", on tourist attractions and dining options of the various regions of Italy.

Sources: Biografieonline.it

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