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Roseanne Cherrie Barr born November 3, is an American actress, comedian, writer, and television producer. Barr began her career in stand-up comedy at clubs before gaining critical and popular acclaim in the television sitcom Roseanne —; She became a standup comedian in In the late s and early s, she began to emerge as a celebrity through her role in Roseanne and other public performances. Barr sparked controversy when performing " The Star-Spangled Banner " at a nationally aired baseball game on July 25, After singing the anthem in what many perceived to be a deliberately disrespectful manner, Barr grabbed her crotch and spat.
This performance was met with condemnation from baseball fans and sportswriters, and was called "disgraceful" by then-President George H. Barr has been active and outspoken on political issues. She won nearly 70, votes for president in the general election of , as the presidential nominee of the Peace and Freedom Party. Roseanne was revived in on ABC. A ratings success, the revival show was initially renewed for an additional season, but was then abruptly canceled on May 29, due to Barr making a controversial tweet , which many called "racist" and she later called a "bad joke".
Her Jewish upbringing was influenced by her devoutly Orthodox Jewish maternal grandmother. When Barr was three years old, she got Bell's palsy on the left side of her face.
Barr said, "[so] my mother called in a rabbi to pray for me, but nothing happened. Then my mother got a Mormon preacher, he prayed, and I was miraculously cured". Years later, Barr learned that Bell's palsy was usually temporary and that the Mormon preacher came "exactly at the right time". At six years old, Barr discovered her first public stage by lecturing at LDS churches around Utah and was elected president of a Mormon youth group. At 16, Barr was hit by a car; the incident left her with a traumatic brain injury.
In , when Barr was 18 years old, she moved out by informing her parents she was going to visit a friend in Colorado for two weeks, but never returned. While in Colorado, Barr did stand-up gigs in clubs in Denver and other Colorado towns. Barr was offered the role of Peg Bundy in Married The success of her act led to her own series on ABC , called Roseanne. They hired Cosby writer Matt Williams to write a script about factory workers and signed Barr to play Roseanne Conner.
The show premiered on October 18, , and was watched by Barr became outraged when she watched the first episode of Roseanne and noticed that in the credits, Williams was listed as creator. The 'domestic goddess', the whole thing". They're the final arbiters. During the first season, Barr sought more creative control over the show, opposing Williams' authority. Barr refused to say certain lines and eventually walked off set. She threatened to quit the show if Williams did not leave.
ABC let Williams go after the thirteenth episode. Roseanne ran for nine seasons from to Barr had crafted a "fierce working-class domestic goddess" persona in the eight years preceding her sitcom and wanted to do a realistic show about a strong mother "who was not a victim of patriarchal consumerism". Barbara Ehrenreich called Barr a working-class spokesperson representing "the hopeless underclass of the female sex: Film critic Roger Ebert gave her a positive review saying, "Barr could have made an easy, predictable and dumb comedy at any point in the last couple of years.
Instead, she took her chances with an ambitious project — a real movie. It pays off, in that Barr demonstrates that there is a core of reality inside her TV persona, a core of identifiable human feelings like jealousy and pride, and they provide a sound foundation for her comic acting". She appeared three times on Saturday Night Live from to , co-hosting with then-husband Tom Arnold in In , she released a second book, My Lives. She remained the only one to have done so until comedian Chelsea Handler hosted in In the summer of , she took on the dual role of hosting a cooking show called Domestic Goddess and starring in a reality show called The Real Roseanne Show about hosting a cooking show.
Although 13 episodes were in production, a hysterectomy brought a premature end to both projects. In , she voiced Maggie, one of the main characters in the animated film Home on the Range. In , she returned to stand-up comedy with a world tour. The shows took place at De Montfort Hall. Calling All Kids , that month. From to , she hosted a politically themed radio show on KPFK. On March 23, , it was announced that Barr would be returning to primetime with a new sitcom, wherein she would once again play the matriarch.
Jim Vallely of Arrested Development had been tapped to pen the series. She played Kathy Griffin 's fairy godmother , granting her wish to be on the A-List for one night only. In January , Barr released her third book, Roseannearchy: Dispatches from the Nut Farm. It was the most popular ad, based on the number of TiVo users rewinding and watching it over.
On July 13, , Roseanne's Nuts , a reality show featuring Barr, boyfriend Johnny Argent, and son Jake as they run a macadamia nut and livestock farm in Big Island , Hawaii was premiered on Lifetime but, was canceled in September of that year. In October , NBC picked up the show but later dropped ir. She said she was notified that the show would not be picked up due to its being labeled "too polarizing" by network executives.
Barr was roasted by Comedy Central in August On November 28, , Barr's series, Momsters: When Moms Go Bad debuted on the Investigation Discovery cable network, a network that she says she's a "little obsessed with".
Barr hosts the show as herself. On April 28, , it was reported that Barr, along with most of the original cast, were shopping an eight-episode revival of Roseanne , with its original cast and Barr serving as producer, to various networks and Netflix.
In , when she was 17, Barr had a child, Brandi Ann Brown, whom she placed for adoption; they were later reunited. They had three children: Jessica, Jennifer, and Jake.
Four days later, on January 20, , Barr married fellow comedian Tom Arnold and became known as Roseanne Arnold during the marriage. Barr had met Arnold in in Minneapolis , where he opened for her stand-up comedy act. In , Barr brought Arnold onto her sitcom, Roseanne , as a writer. Barr has a lesbian sister, Geraldine Barr,   and a gay brother, Ben Barr,   both of whom inspired her to introduce gay characters into her sitcom.
Geraldine claimed Arnold tried to dominate Barr "for his own reasons". She said Barr promised her half the earnings from the Roseanne show for helping invent the "domestic goddess" character in , serving as "writer, organizer, accountant, bookkeeper and confidante".
In a interview with People , Barr described herself as an incest survivor, accusing both of her parents of physical and sexual abuse ,  claims which they and Geraldine publicly denied. On February 14, , Barr and Geraldine appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show where Barr admitted the word "incest" could have been the wrong word to use and should have waited until her therapy was over before revealing the "darkest time" in her life.
I totally lost touch with reality I just wanted to drop a bomb on my family". In November , she became pregnant through in-vitro fertilization  and they had a son named Buck.
In the mids, Barr had multiple cosmetic surgeries performed, such as a breast reduction , tummy tuck , and a nose job. In , Barr met Johnny Argent online after running a writing competition on her blog and began dating him in , after a year of phone conversations. In , Barr revealed she had been diagnosed with both macular degeneration and glaucoma , and thus was gradually losing her eyesight and expected to eventually go blind; she was consuming medical marijuana to decrease her intraocular pressure that is a feature of these diseases.
Following her rendition, she mimicked the often-seen actions of players by spitting and grabbing her crotch as if adjusting a protective cup. Barr later said Padres had suggested she "bring humor to the song", but many criticized the episode, including President George H. Bush , who called her rendition "disgraceful". Barr elicited criticism in July when she posed as Adolf Hitler in a feature for the satirical Jewish publication Heeb magazine, called "That Oven Feelin ' ".
Barr, who is Jewish, said she was "making fun of Hitler, not his victims". Hitler jokes are never funny. In , the parents of George Zimmerman , the man known for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin in a fight, filed a lawsuit against Barr for tweeting their home address and phone number in Barr later deleted her tweet.
The tweet was widely criticized as being racist about Jarrett "vj". Sanofi , which manufactures Ambien, responded by tweeting that "racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication", though noted Ambien had been linked to reduced inhibitions.
The cancellation announcement from ABC president Channing Dungey , the first African-American woman to head the network, called Barr's remark "abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values". On August 5, , Barr appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and announced her candidacy for president in the presidential election , running on the self-created "Green Tea Party" ticket.
She also stated she would run for Prime Minister of Israel. In an interview with The Jewish Daily Forward she invoked tikkun olam in her support of bringing women into politics and religion. On September 19, she appeared at the Occupy Wall Street protests and spoke in support of the protestors. She formally announced her candidacy for the party's presidential nomination on February 2. Barr was given a prime speaking role at the Green Party National Convention in Baltimore, Maryland , but decided to instead send a surrogate Farheen Hakeem to speak on her behalf.
Barr's surrogate reportedly chided the party for not respecting Barr's candidacy. A shouting match in a hallway reportedly ensued. Barr repeatedly criticized Jill Stein after losing the Green Party nomination,    and caused controversy by using alleged transphobic words in statements about Stein on Twitter. Shortly after losing the Green Party nomination, Barr announced that she would run on the Peace and Freedom Party ticket with activist Cindy Sheehan as her running mate.
As I said at the time, it was like watching a demolition expert trying to construct a cathedral. She made her directorial debut, in , with the Renaissance Theatre Company 's touring season, Renaissance Shakespeare on the Road , co-produced with the Birmingham Rep , and ending with a three-month repertory programme at the Phoenix Theatre in London.
McEwan played the demented witch Mortianna in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves She told The New York Times in a interview when the series was first being screened by PBS, "I do enjoy playing very original and slightly eccentric characters.
It is very amusing that Agatha Christie should have created this older woman who lives a very conventional life in a little country village and yet spends all her time solving violent crimes. Cruttwell died in McEwan died on 30 January at the Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith after suffering a stroke three months earlier.
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Geraldine was originally created as a stop on the Milwaukee Road railroad and it was named for Almira Geraldine Rockefeller, the wife of William Rockefeller, the director of the railroad at the time. The towns wood-constructed railroad depot, built in , has restored in recent years.
The town of Geraldine was named for the wife of one of the railroad executives, the depot was built in and has been restored. As of the census of , there were people, households, the population density was There were housing units at a density of The median age in the town was The gender makeup of the town was Christabel poem — Christabel is a long narrative poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, in two parts.
The first part was written in , and the second in Coleridge planned three additional parts, but these were never completed and it was published in a pamphlet in , alongside Kubla Khan and The Pains of Sleep. The story of Christabel concerns a female character of the same name and her encounter with a stranger called Geraldine.
Christabel goes into the woods to pray by the oak tree. Upon looking behind the tree, she finds Geraldine who says that she had abducted from her home by men on horseback. Christabel pities her and takes her home with her, supernatural signs seem to indicate that all is not well and they spend the night together, but while Geraldine undresses, she shows a terrible but undefined mark, Behold. Her father, Sir Leoline, becomes enchanted with Geraldine, ordering a grand procession to announce her rescue and it is unclear when Coleridge began writing the poem which would become Christabel.
Presumably, he prepared it beginning in , during this time, he had been working on several poems for Lyrical Ballads, a book on which he collaborated with William Wordsworth. Christabel was not complete in time for the books publication, the first part of the poem was likely completed that year, however. He continued to work on Part II of the poem for the three years and finished it at Greta Hall in Keswick, where he had moved in It was also at Keswick that he became addicted to opium, a year later, he added a Conclusion.
The poem is, nevertheless, considered unfinished and he later noted that he was distracted by too many possible endings.
He wrote, I should have more nearly realized my ideal, the poem remained unpublished for several years. On his birthday in , he wrote in his notebook that he intended to finish Christabel before the end of the year, though he would not meet his goal. While some modern critics focus upon lesbian and feminist readings of the poem and her bosom and half her side—— Prof. Geraldine Jones character — Geraldine Jones was a fictional African American character, the most famous recurring persona of comedian Flip Wilson.
Geraldine was played as a sassy liberated Southern woman who was coarsely flirty yet faithful to her boyfriend Killer, poorly educated, she was nevertheless confident, she did not change her behavior to suit anyone. Several of Geraldines sayings entered U. He sang and danced as Geraldine at the Kennedy Center in for Bob Hopes 80th birthday celebration, Wilson tired of the Geraldine character late in his career, he responded to most requests by saying, Shes retired.
Since the mids, Wilson had been using high-pitched voices to characterize women in his comedy routines and he said he was inspired by Butterfly McQueens innocent depiction of Prissy, Scarlett OHaras maid in the film Gone with the Wind. Wilson worked at developing his own version of the voice, imagining a black Southern woman living in a rural area and he performed embryonic Geraldine-type routines at stand-up comedy clubs, but not wearing womens clothing, and not with the name Geraldine.
Wilson said he got the name Geraldine from a friend he had when he was eight or nine and he said he always held a warm regard for her.
The character of Geraldine was intended by Wilson to relate to women without putting them down, Wilson said he wanted Geraldine to be strong, proud, and honest in her dedication to her man, a woman who felt free to act spontaneously. In contrast to other comedians who belittled women, Wilson wanted Geraldine to be the heroine of the story, the show was called The Flip Wilson Special.
In the skit, comedian Jonathan Winters, dressed in drag as his popular character Maude Frickert—a gray-haired lady with a tongue, was a passenger in an airliner. Wilsons Geraldine character entered, walking down the aisle in a stewardesss miniskirt.
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