Jun 092019
 

Madison Iseman

Born : 14 February 1997 ( 22 )


Madison Iseman





Madison Iseman is an American actress.

She is known for her role on the CMT comedy television series Still the King, where she played the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus' character.

Iseman is dating singer and model Spencer Sutherland. Iseman went through four auditions over a period of several months for her role on Still The King. She has appeared on the series Modern Family and Henry Danger. In 2017, she played Bethany in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Pam in Beauty Mark. In February 2018 Iseman was cast in the upcoming sequel to the 2015 film Goosebumps, entitled Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween.
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Jun 082019
 

Justin Edinburgh

18 December 1969   –   8 June 2019


Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh has died at the age of 49 – five days after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Edinburgh, who guided Orient back into the English Football League in 2018-19, had been taken to hospital on Monday.

“We are completely heartbroken by this tragedy,” Orient chairman Nigel Travis told the club’s website.

Edinburgh, who won the FA Cup as a Spurs player, managed Northampton Town, Gillingham and Newport County before moving to Orient in November 2017.

“All our thoughts and love are with the Edinburgh family and we know from the messages that have flooded into the club over the last week that the wider football world will share our sentiments,” added Travis.

“The success that Justin brought to Leyton Orient was incredible, but more importantly the impact he had on us all as a winner and a wonderful, inspirational human being will be his legacy and will stay with us forever.

“All our thoughts are with Justin’s wife Kerri and their children Charlie and Cydnie.”

After turning professional at Southend, Edinburgh – a left-back – spent a decade playing for Tottenham, making 258 appearances and winning the FA Cup in 1991 and League Cup in 1999 before moving to Portsmouth.

He became player-manager of non-league Billericay Town in 2003 before spells at Fisher Athletic and Rushden and Diamonds.

His managerial breakthrough came at Newport County, whom he led to promotion to League Two in 2013 having guided them to the FA Trophy final a year earlier.

A 23-month spell at Gillingham from January 2015 followed, before nine months at Northampton in 2016-2017.

He was appointed Orient boss in November of 2017, and led the club to 45 wins in his 82 games in charge.

Orient striker Macauley Bonne tweeted: “There are no words to describe the loss of our gaffer, our leader & inspiration. He brought us all together – we’re eternally grateful for everything you’ve done.”

Fellow forward James Alabi said he was “absolutely broken” while defender Jamie Turley said he was:”Devastated and lost for words at the loss of this great man. It was an honour to play for him. Truly an amazing and inspirational person in all aspects.”

Defender Marvin Ekpiteta tweeted he was “lost for words” while winger James Brophy posted: “A wonderful man, who had a positive impact on everyone he met no matter how much time you’d spent with him! Never be forgotten! Thank you for everything.”

BBC London’s Orient reporter Dave Victor tweeted: “Justin Edinburgh was a man of great integrity who commanded respect.

“Justin was a winner. His passion for the game he loved, together with his ability to inspire, enabled others to achieve so much.”

Jun 082019
 

The Longest Day

1962





Plot

In 1944 Allied forces plan a huge invasion landing in Normandy, France. Despite bad weather, General Dwight D. Eisenhower gives the okay and the Allies land at Normandy. General Norma Cota travels with his men onto Omaha Beach. With much effort, and lost life, they get off the beach, traveling deep into French territory. The German military, due to arrogance, ignorance and a sleeping Adolf Hitler, delay their response to the Allied landing, with crippling results.

Summary

Not as graphic as Saving Private Ryan but thankfully it also lacks the bolted on sentimental story of that film. A classic.


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Jun 072019
 

James Bolton

Free Agent


James Bolton


Defender James Bolton has joined the Blues on a three-year deal from Shrewsbury Town.

The 24-year-old will officially become a Blues player on July 1 when his contract with Shrewsbury expires.

On his move to Fratton Park, Bolton said: “There’s been interest for a while, so it was always at the back of my mind that I could be coming here.

“This is a massive club. I think there were other teams interested, but I look at where Pompey can go and that excites me.

“I’ve moved up gradually throughout my career, so I’ve got to embrace this opportunity and try to do well here.

“We should definitely be fighting for promotion and know that anything else isn’t acceptable for this club.”

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Jun 042019
 

On This Day

BORN - June 4

DIED - June 4


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Jun 032019
 

Paul Darrow

2 May 1941   –   3 June 2019

British actor Paul Darrow, best known for his role as Kerr Avon in sci-fi BBC TV series Blake’s 7, has died at the age of 78 following a short illness.

Most recently, Darrow voiced soundbites for independent radio stations Jack FM and Union Jack, where he was known as the “Voice of Jack”.

The character of Avon was second-in-command on Blake’s 7, which ran for four series between 1978 and 1981.

Darrow shared a flat with John Hurt and Ian McShane while studying at Rada.

While best-known for his Blake’s 7 role, he appeared in more than 200 television shows, including Doctor Who, The Saint, Z Cars, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Little Britain.

The Surrey-born actor also enjoyed a significant stage career, including four seasons at the Bristol Old Vic and roles in the West End.

In the mid-1960s, Paul Darrow married actress Janet Lees-Price, who he met when they co-starred in the popular ITV show Emergency Ward 10.

They were together for 48 years before she died in 2012.

Ian Walker, CEO of the Jack brand, said: “Paul Darrow has been Jack’s shining star. Over the past 12 years I have had the pleasure of spending countless hours with Paul listening to his life stories and have shared many bottles of his favourite Bordeaux, whilst enjoying his quirky jokes and sense of humour.

“When we first launched Jack in the UK, we cast over 85 voices for the role and we could not have asked for anyone more unique. Paul’s rich tones and flippant delivery style always brought a smile to everyone who knew him and of course heard him on Jack FM and Union Jack radio. I could not have asked for a better friend.”

Tim Parker, programme director at Jack FM, added: “What an amazing, colourful character Paul was. He has mixed with the greats over the last 50 years and had a story to tell you for every occasion. His voice acting skills were like no other. We will remember and celebrate his character, personality and amazing skills for years to come.”

Maureen Marrs, Darrow’s friend and PA, said: “Over three decades I have been Paul’s confidante and have had the immense privilege of being part of his life. A star has gone out today; the world will be a darker place without him.”