Sep 242017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


Births


    


1974 – Mathias Svensson

Mathias Svensson is a retired Swedish footballer. He played as striker and his last team was IF Elfsborg, having spent much of his career in England. He won three full international caps for Sweden during his career. He is currently the owner and CEO of the company Effektiv Bemanning.

Svensson played 51 times for Portsmouth scoring 12 goals between 1996 – 1998

Age 43


1980 – Petri Pasanen

Petri Pasanen is a Finnish former professional football defender. He was most comfortable in central defense, but also played right back and left back as well. Pasanen was born in Lahti, Finland where he played for the local teams before moving to Ajax. He spent most of his career at Bundesliga club Werder Bremen which he represented in the UEFA Champions League in multiple seasons, and in the 2009 UEFA Cup Final.

Pasanen played 16 times for Portsmouth in 2004

Age 37


On This Day

Sep 232017
 

League One

2 – 0


Pompey’s inconsistent start to the season continued as they left Scunthorpe on the back of a 2-0 defeat.

The damage was done in the first half, with goals from Lee Novak and Duane Holmes giving the hosts a commanding lead.

It was a much more assured performance from the Blues after the break, but they did not really do enough to warrant any return for their efforts.

Kenny Jackett made two changes from the side that beat Fleetwood so convincingly at Fratton Park the previous week.

One was enforced, with Damien McCrory’s knee injury affording Dion Donohue a chance at left-back.

The other switch was up front, with Conor Chaplin dropping to the bench to be replaced by Oliver Hawkins.

Just 12 goals had been scored in Scunthorpe’s preceding eight league games and a barren contest looked likely following a cagey opening.

But it was the hosts that were quickest to settle and Paddy Madden flashed an angled drive narrowly past the post.

Pompey then had their first sighter, although Brett Pitman’s cleanly-struck effort flew straight into the arms of Iron keeper Matt Gilks.

Scunthorpe were looking more likely to break the deadlock, however, and Novak chipped a shot against the crossbar after bundling his way into space.

And it was Novak who did give them the lead on 12 minutes, steering home after Jordan Clarke had collected Neal Bishop’s cross-field pass and sent the ball into the box.

The Blues were struggling to find any fluency, although Hawkins had a great opportunity to draw them level.

Jamal Lowe brilliantly beat his man down the right and delivered the ball into the area, only for the striker to head wide from just a few yards out.

And the visitors were made to pay for their profligacy when Scunthorpe doubled their advantage just a few moments later.

Donohue was only able to head Lewis Butroid’s teasing delivery straight to Holmes, who coolly steered the ball past Luke McGee and into the net.

Pompey kept fighting, though, and a couple of Donohue corners caused problems in the Iron defence.

The left-back’s free-kick was then headed into Christian Burgess’ path by Hawkins, but the defender mis-kicked the ball into Gilks’ arms.

However, there was an escape at the other end just before the break when Novak failed to get on the end of another excellent Butroid cross.


Half Time

(2 – 0)


Pompey, unsurprisingly, came out for the second half with a lot more urgency and Pitman bent a shot narrowly wide following good work from Matty Kennedy down the left.

The hosts then received a blow when Novak when down injured and despite trying to carry on for a few minutes, he was soon replaced by Tom Hopper.

It was the Blues who were dominating possession as the second half progressed, without being able to penetrate the Scunthorpe defence and test Gilks.

A challenge for the ball then saw Matt Clarke become the latest member of the Pompey squad to suffer a cut head and he had to be treated on the pitch by physio Bobby Bacic.

It meant the defender was left with a bandaged head, while Pitman was playing with a broken nose and Hawkins still has a huge scar above his eye.

And it was the latter who made way as Jackett made his first switch on 68 minutes, with Chaplin on to lead the line.

It was Ben Close who was next to try his luck, however, with a volley that was deflected behind after Kennedy’s floated delivery could only be partially cleared.

Jackett made another substitution soon after, as Kennedy was replaced by Kal Naismith wide on the left.

But Scunthorpe threatened to add a third goal on 74 minutes, with a long-range drive from Holmes stinging the palms of McGee.

It was still the Blues playing with more intent, but Gilks was being well protected by an organised Iron back-line.

Burgess was almost the unlikely provider of a goal on 83 minutes, volleying narrowly wide with an acrobatic effort after being picked out in space by Close.

Lowe, unlike last week, was then unable to find the net from a tight angle, as Gilks was finally forced into action.

And Scunthorpe comfortably saw out the closing stages to ensure Pompey made the long journey south without any points.

Scunthorpe (4-4-2): Gilks; Clarke, McArdle (c), Wallace, Butroid; Holmes (Mantom 79), Bishop, Ojo, Morris; Novak (Hopper 54), Madden (Burgess 84)
Goals: Novak 12, Holmes 33
Subs not used: Watson, Sutton, Adelakun, van Veem

Pompey (4-2-3-1): McGee; Thompson, Burgess, Clarke, Donohue; O’Keefe, Close; Lowe, Pitman (c), Kennedy (Naismith 73); Hawkins (Chaplin 68)
Subs not used: Bass, Talbot, Haunstrup, May, Evans

Referee: Anthony Backhouse

Attendance: 4,685 (815 Pompey fans)


Portsmouth FC

Sep 232017
 

Gabrielle Aplin


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I know I sound like a dick but this song is really underrated. I will never say that about my songs again bye

it’s alive. presenting to you the official music video for ‘i go crazy’
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Loving me some @LatitudeFest 💕 on tonight at 8:30pm on the @bbcmusic stage!

Oh my god @LatitudeFest is amazing. @CoppaFeelPeople CHECK @Musicsupport_uk CHECK @OatlyUK CHECK. Happy friendly people CHECK. The cherry on top would be refillable water stations backstage? (And FOH obviously!) Lots of plastic bottles hanging around and we'd all love to help 💕

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Sep 232017
 

Eliza Dushku


    


Eliza Patricia Dushku (born December 30, 1980) is an American actress and model known for her television roles, including starring as Faith on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spinoff series Angel. She starred in two Fox series, Tru Calling and DollhouseShe is also known for her roles in films, including True LiesThe New GuyBring It OnWrong Turn, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, as well as her voice work on video games.


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Sep 232017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


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1958 – Danielle Dax

Danielle Dax is an English experimental musician and producer most active from the late-1970s to the mid-1990s. She was born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England.

Age 59


1961 – Chi McBride

Kenneth “Chi” McBride is an American actor. He starred as high school principal Steven Harper on the series Boston Public, Emerson Cod on Pushing Daisies, Detective Laverne Winston on the Fox drama Human Target, and more recently Detective Don Owen in the short-lived CBS crime drama Golden Boy. He currently plays in a main role as Captain Lou Grover of the Five-0 taskforce in the CBS drama Hawaii Five-0. He has also appeared in films such as Gone in 60 Seconds, The Terminal, I, Robot, Roll Bounce, and Draft Day.

Age 56


On This Day

Sep 222017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


Births


                


1944 – Frazer Hines

Frazer Hines is an English actor best known for his roles as Jamie McCrimmon in Doctor Who and Joe Sugden in Emmerdale. Hines appeared in 117 episodes of the original series of Doctor Who; only the first four Doctors appeared in more episodes.

Age 73


1975 – Jonny Harris

Jonathan “Jonny” Harris is a Canadian actor and comedian from Newfoundland and Labrador. Harris is best known for his roles in the television series Murdoch Mysteries, Still Standing and Hatching, Matching and Dispatching, as well as the films Young Triffie, Moving Day, and Grown Up Movie Star.

Age 42


1979 – MyAnna Buring

MyAnna Buring (born Anna Margaretha My Rantapää) is a Swedish-born actress, known for her roles in The Descent, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 and Part 2 and Ripper Street.

Age 38


1985 – Tatiana Maslany

Tatiana Gabriele Maslany is a Canadian actress best known for playing multiple roles in the science fiction thriller TV series Orphan Black (2013–2017), which airs on Space in Canada and BBC America in the US. For her performances in Orphan Black, Maslany won the Primetime Emmy Award (2016), the TCA Award (2013), two Critics’ Choice Television Awards (2013 and 2014), and four Canadian Screen Awards (2014–17), in addition to receiving a Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. Maslany became the first Canadian actor from a Canadian series to win an Emmy Award in a key dramatic category.

She has also starred in television series such as Heartland (2008–2010), The Nativity (2010), and Being Erica (2009–2011). In 2013, she won the ACTRA Award for her portrayal as Claire in the film Picture Day and the Phillip Borsos Award for her performance in the film Cas and Dylan. Other notable films starring Maslany are Diary of the Dead and Eastern Promises, both in 2007, the latter of which she narrated.

Age 32


1996 – Matt Clarke

Matthew “Matt” Edward Barkell Clarke is an English professional footballer who plays for Portsmouth as a central defender.

Age 21


On This Day

Sep 212017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


Births


            


1950 – Bill Murray

William James Murray is an American actor, comedian, and writer. He first gained exposure on Saturday Night Live, a series of performances that earned him his first Emmy Award, and later starred in comedy films—including Meatballs (1979), Caddyshack (1980), Stripes (1981), Tootsie (1982), Ghostbusters (1984), Scrooged (1988), Ghostbusters II (1989), What About Bob? (1991), and Groundhog Day (1993). He also co-directed Quick Change (1990).

Murray garnered additional critical acclaim later in his career, starring in Lost in Translation (2003), which earned him a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for Best Actor, as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He also received Golden Globe nominations for his roles in Ghostbusters, Rushmore (1998), Hyde Park on Hudson (2012), St. Vincent (2014), and the HBO miniseries Olive Kitteridge (2014), for which he later won his second Primetime Emmy Award.

Age 67


1982 – Rowan Vine

Rowan Lewis Vine is an English footballer who plays for Hayes & Yeading. A striker, Vine previously played for Portsmouth, Brentford, Colchester United, Luton Town, Birmingham City, Queens Park Rangers (QPR), Hull City, Milton Keynes Dons, Exeter City, Gillingham, St Johnstone and Hibernian, Greenock Morton, Welling United and Havant & Waterlooville.

Age 35


1984 – Ahna O’Reilly

Ahna O’Reilly is an American actress. She is best known for her supporting role as Elizabeth Leefolt in the 2011 award-winning drama film The Help.

Age 33


1990 – Allison Scagliotti

Allison Glenn Scagliotti is an American actress. She is best known for her roles in Drake & Josh, Warehouse 13, and Stitchers.

Age 27


On This Day

Sep 192017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


Births


                


1933 – David McCallum

David Keith McCallum, Jr. is a Scottish-American actor and musician. He first gained recognition in the 1960s for playing Russian spy Illya Kuryakin in the television series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and as interdimensional operative Steel in Sapphire & Steel.

In recent years, McCallum has gained renewed international recognition and popularity for his role as NCIS medical examiner Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard in the American television series NCIS.

Age 83


1940 – Caroline John

Caroline Frances John was an English actress best known for her role as Elizabeth “Liz” Shaw in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, as well as several other television roles. John was the third of eight children born to Alexander John and Vera Winckworth. She was educated at a convent school in Kenilworth

After training at the Central School of Speech and Drama, she worked in theatre, touring with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre in Juno and the Paycock directed by Laurence Olivier, King Lear, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Merchant of Venice and as Hero in Franco Zeffirelli’s production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Died: 5 June 2012

Aged 71


1964 – Patrick Marber

Patrick Albert Crispin Marber is an English comedian, playwright, director, puppeteer, actor, and screenwriter.

Age 53


1987 – Danielle Panabaker

Danielle Nicole Panabaker is an American actress. She began acting as a teenager and first came to prominence for her roles in the Disney films Stuck in the Suburbs (2004), Sky High (2005) and Read It and Weep (2006), the latter alongside her younger sister Kay Panabaker, and in the HBO miniseries Empire Falls (2005).

She came to wider attention as a cast member alongside James Woods in the CBS legal drama series Shark (2006–08) and is also noted as a scream queen, having starred in the psychological thriller Mr. Brooks (2007) and the horror films Friday the 13th (2009), The Crazies (2010), John Carpenter’s The Ward (2010), and Piranha 3DD (2012).

After recurring roles on the drama series Necessary Roughness (2011–13), the crime series Bones (2012–13) and the crime drama Justified (2014), Panabaker has guest-starred as Dr. Caitlin Snow on The CW television series Arrow since April 2014. She is currently reprising the role of Caitlin Snow as a main character in the spin-off series The Flash, which premiered in October 2014.

Age 30


1988 – Katrina Bowden

Katrina Bowden is an American actress best known for playing Cerie on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock (2006–2013). She also appeared in films such as Sex Drive, Piranha 3DD, and Scary Movie 5.

Age 29


On This Day

Sep 182017
 

Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history


Births


                


1963 – Christopher Heyerdahl

Christopher Heyerdahl is a Canadian actor, best known for portraying the “Swede” in Hell on Wheels.

Age 54


1974 – Sol Campbell

Sulzeer Jeremiah “Sol” Campbell is a former England international footballer. A central defender, he had a 20-year career playing in the Premier League and an 11-year international career.

Age 43


1977 – Barrett Foa

Barrett Foa is an American actor, known for his role as Eric Beale on the CBS series NCIS: Los Angeles.

Age 40


1979 – Alison Lohman

Alison Marion Lohman is an American actress. She starred as Astrid in White Oleander (2002), and has appeared in Matchstick Men (2003), Where the Truth Lies (2005), The Big White (2005), Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (2005), Flicka (2006), and her most notable role as Christine Brown in Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell (2009); as well as smaller parts in Big Fish (2003), Beowulf (2007), and Gamer (2009). She has also been on television shows such as Tucker and Pasadena.

Age 38


1989 – James Dunne

James William Dunne is an English professional footballer who plays for Swindon Town as a midfielder.

Age 28


On This Day

Sep 172017
 

Molly Quinn


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Lots of mail going out this weekend! Thank y’all for writing me, I feel very special 💖

You’re my sweetest goldfish 💞
Please donate! I’m helpless without y’all!

Covenant House is a safe place for all kids to go to when they need help, safety and emotional support. Please help me reach my fundraising goal to support this amazing organization! I can’t do it without you.
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Oh my gaaawwwwd!! You’ve done it again @mitskileaks the lyrics to “Nobody” just casually ripping my heart out 💔💔💔💔 nbd 😭💞
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Molly Quinn

Sep 172017
 

Genevieve Hannelius



Netflix’s ‘American Vandal’ TV show special screening in LA

14 September 2017


Genevieve Knight “G” Hannelius (born December 22, 1998) is an American actress and singer. She starred as Avery Jennings in the Disney Channel sitcom Dog with a Blog. Prior to this, she had recurring roles in the Disney Channel series Sonny with a Chance and Good Luck Charlie. She has also starred in Leo Little’s Big Show and has done voice work as Rosebud in the Air Buddies films. She also guest starred in Disney Channel’s series Jessie.


Celebrity Pictures   .   Picture Of The Day   .   Genevieve Hannelius