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Welcome to a new year and a new show! As we relaunch the BTR platform with The Bold Zone, I'm excited to share my top 10 power moves for women entrepreneurs. What are the things women entrepreneurs should do to make this a breakthrough year? Find out on Thursday, February 7, 2013!
Whether it's classic matches, the late 90's boom, or modern day matches all wrestling matches, regardless of company, have big finishing moves for their respective wrestlers. These days it's more a matter of branding. The "Stone Cold Stunner" wasn't always the stunner. The "RKO" traveled through many companies and wrestler's. The guys take a look a some of their favorite finishing moves/holds that have been used through out the history of Pro Wrestling. From WCW, WWE, TNA, and many others.
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Othello Clark is a professional snowboarder, has a chain of skateboarding stores, has appeared on the cover of numerous magazines worldwide, and has hosted sporting events for ESPN, as well as other international networks.
He has branched out into acting, with a recurring role playing a version of himself on the #1 worldwide television show, The Bold & the Beautiful. In addition to that, he has been the subject of a documentary on snowboarders and has been in indie films.
Othello is the only living person to have a park named after him. The city of Aspen, CO awarded him with a park on the top of Aspen mountain, where children can watch the professionals ski and snowboard.
His star is on the rise, as indicated by his IMDB rank, which went up 65,000 points in the past week.
Actress Alley Mills was born on May 9, 1951, in Chicago, Illinois. While she has worked in television for close to four decades, Alley Mills is best remembered as Norma Arnold, the nurturing mother, on the dramatic comedy The Wonder Years. A graduate of Yale University in 1973, she went on to study acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. While still in college, Alley Mills scored a small role in the film Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970). She got her first role on a television series—a short-lived sitcom about young lawyers entitled The Associates—in 1979. Mills played Leslie Dunn, a recent law school graduate who wanted to help those in need. After another failed sitcom in 1982, she finally caught a big break with the role of Norma, the main character's mother, in the 1960s-based family dramedy, The Wonder Years. The critically acclaimed program won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 1988 for its first season on the air and continued to enjoy strong fan support for several seasons.
After the show ended in 1993, Alley Mills continued work in television, landing a recurring role on the western drama Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, starring Jane Seymour. She also made numerous guest appearances on television series. She made the leap to daytime television with a role on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful in 2006, on which she continues to star to this day.
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