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Movie Addict HQ salutes Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Hugh Jackman with a discussion of his best film performances, his Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, and his upcoming movies including The Wolverine and The Greatest Showman on Earth. Joining the festivities are movie buff/award-winning blogger Fausta Rodriguez Wertz and other Hugh Jackman fans. Although known best for his exciting Wolverine role in the X-Men movies, this talented Australian actor boasts numerous films and TV shows to his credit, plus he’s also garnered acclaim for his outstanding performances in stage musicals, even winning a Tony for The Boy from Oz. And we mustn’t forget Jackman’s Emmy -- which he earned for his entertaining turn as host of the Tony Awards. Jackman won additional fans with his rousing stint as host of the 2009 Academy Awards and his recent Golden Globe-winning portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables.
Music Composer Rich Walters was recently just nominated for his 2nd Leo award in as many years. As well, over the past five years he’s been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for his score in the television mini series, Ring Of Fire. He was also fortunate enough to have won a Leo Award for that same mini series last year. He’s also been the recipient of two Emmy Award Nominations for the television mini series, Tin Man and Alice. Currently Rich is busy composing the score for Neill Blomkamps next feature film for Sony Pictures and MRC starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Wearver, Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel titled “Chappie”. He’s also looking forward to beginning work on a new television series for SYFY Universal titled “Olympus”. Over the past few years, Rich has recorded with the Czech National Symphony in Prague. As well, he’s recorded with the London Philharmonic at Abbey Road Studios and been fortunate enough to have worked at Air Studios Lyndhurst in London. After high school Rich continued his study of music at Capilano University where he focused on Jazz, music theory and composition. It was also at this point where he began to study Piano and Guitar. Although his primary interests have always been jazz and electronica, Rich continually finds himself enamored with the avant-garde side of modern music which keeps inspiring him as a composer for film, television and multimedia productions.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Hugh Jackman interview for Wolverine
Stephen Macaskill probably one of the few CEO's that advocates for a complete system of capitalism*. Capitalism. Not the crony capitalism or corporatism that exists today.He went into the Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year program where he developed essential business skills that helped expand his business ventures
John Di Lemme Strategic Business Coach & Small Business Expert. He founded Di Lemme Development Group, Inc., a company known worldwide for its role in expanding the personal development industry. As President and CEO, John strives for excellence in every area of his business and believes that you must surround yourself with a like-minded team in order to stay on top of your game
Bill Bartman Founder and CEO of CFS2 and an aggressive advocate for reform of the debt-collection industry, said, “I am convinced we are on the right track to reforming an industry of rampant abuse and Governor Henry will play a big role in helping to deliver our message to regulators and capital sources. His commitment to be a part of our company is proof of his belief that what we are doing is important and that we have the ability to change millions of lives.”
Megastar Hugh Jackman chats with Money for Lunch’s Bert Martinez about how the summer’s latest blockbuster sets this Wolverine apart from the rest.
Through the creative utilization of information, Hugh attempts to connect all individuals and organizations together for the greater good of all. The name Traulsen is well known in the food service and restaurant industries and after years of association with the company Hugh has branched out to do more good for humanity through the spreading of information and connectivity and unconditional love.
His motives are altruistic and he is simply trying to make the world a better place. His background has been varied and interesting. There are numerous other stories which will eventually be brought out on this blog. But for now let us state that he has a poem in the Ronald Reagan Library, has received a letter from President Obama and is well known in numerous social and media circles.
University of Minnesota’s head volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon joined us to talk about the love of sport and how to properly develop young athletes. Coach shared his story growing up in New Zealand playing multiple different sports and developing over his lifetime a love for volleyball. He talked about how he came to focus on one sport, volleyball, his transition to coaching and some of his principles of success.
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Coach Hugh McCutcheon Bio:
Hugh McCutcheon enters his third year at the helm of Golden Gopher Volleyball. Completing two seasons as the Gopher head coach, McCutcheon has led Minnesota a 56-15 record, named the 2013 AVCA North Region Coach of the Year and has coached three individuals to All-America honors in the past season seasons. Complete bio
Author, economist and Renaissance man Charles Hugh Smith is on a mission to bring common sense and sanity back to the world at large. Smith, who started the Of Two Minds blog in May 2005, has been lauded by both mainstream and underground media as a voice of sanity and reason in an insane world.s.
The blog is #7 in CNBC's top alternative financial sites, and is republished on numerous popular sites such as Zero Hedge, Financial Sense, and David Stockman’s Contra Corner. Charles is frequently interviewed by alternative media personalities such as Max Keiser, and am a contributing writer on peakprosperity.com.
In this interview, Charles discusses his book, "The Nearly Free University, " a look at the state of higher education in America, the impact of out-of-control tuition, and the value of new learning models.
Charles Hugh Smith is an erudite, entertaining, and ultimately accessible intellectual who wiill examine closely held myths about the need for higher education in today's evolving economy.
Check out Charles' blog at www.oftwominds.com
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Jason Drohn has been working with hundreds of businesses and thousands of entrepreneurs through his courses and done-for-you services. He’s best know for his ‘quickest path to cash’ strategies where he cuts years of testing and development out of his client’s lives, and delivers sales funnels that that are both automated and profitable.
Talking about Facebook advertising.
Hugh Stewart business master who has started 19 companies since 2000. He built a business in only six years generating $44 million annually in transactional revenue while serving 106,000 customers per year with less than $5.00 in unreconciled discrepancies annually. More impressively, he did it with only 14 employees, and eventually sold it for many times the acquisition price. As a result, he knows how to build a financial culture that promotes collaboration, one that helps build a business rather than simply make money
Berny Dohrmann founded CEO Space International almost three decades ago. Dohrmann’s embraced his vision for entrepreneurial collaboration by giving prospective business leaders the tools and education they need to succeed.Through the values of partnership and cooperation, CEO Space has been working to foster a new generation of enlightened business leaders around the world. Mr. Dohrmann uses his knowledge, experience, and wisdom to upgrade CEOs, turning them into educated, skilled leaders, with higher global integrity standards
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Chief Hugh Gibbs (facebook)
of the Etowah Keetowah Hightower Cherokee tells of the history of his people.
The sound quaility of this interview is poor... it was done back in 2007 or so when we had less experience with hardware and software.