‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Mark Strong Smiling Isn’t My Best Look!.

Mark Strong: I’m not a smiler. The English film and television actor believes that if you chase fame it can be bad for your health. Well, what the Kingsman: The Secret Service star thinks smiling isn’t his “best look”. He is different than his acting roles, he is more relaxed, not showing this while he is in the spotlight.

“I keep getting asked that by photographers, they’re always at me, ‘Smile! Go on, smile!’” he laughed to Total Film magazine. “That’s just not my best look. If you play villains, and you’ve made a career out of playing heavy duty guys, you don’t want to appear in pictures grinning like a loon.”

It has been eighties since he started his career, he has seen how the industry changed.

He loves his career and feels blessed to have gained recognition in his art, but has no interest in being a celebrity away from the camera.

“I think chasing fame is bad for your health. Being an actor, no. Being an actor, I absolutely love. I have a genuine affinity with trying to create characters and tell stories,” he explained. “That’s why I’m doing it. But if I ever felt it was more about the fame or being noticed, or anything like that, I’d give it up immediately.”

Because of his fame he has been offered other opportunities, like a Jaguar advert he appeared in. The theme was British Intelligence, with the British Villains campaign also featuring Tom Hiddleston, Sir Ben Kingsley and Nicholas Hoult.

Mark loved every minute of the job and admits he got “very well paid” for just a few days of driving, although looking back he does feel very guilty for doing it.

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‘Country Vocalist’ Randy Rogers ‘Endures Heartbreak’ Newborn Daughter Has Died

Randy Rogers, newborn daughter has sadly died. She was just six days old and her name was Rumer Rain Rogers, she died peacefully in the arms of her loving family. Rogers, who is the frontman fro the Country music group the Texas band Randy Rogers Band child has passed away and a representative for the band confirms to Taste of Country. Rumer Rain Rogers was born to the singer and wife Chelsea on June 3, 2015 and died on June 9, 2015.

“She died in our arms and in no pain,” the singer said in a statement to radio station 93Q in Houston. “She was absolutely beautiful in every way. Her brain however was very sick.”
“She died after a week-long battle with a very rare condition. I’m sure you all have many questions and we have all the answers the doctors gave us,” Rogers adds, according to the radio station. ”We can share the story with you. It’s quite an extraordinary one. A memorial will be planned soon.”

An official statement on the band’s Facebook page reads:

Rumer Rain Rogers, daughter of Randy and Chelsea Rogers, passed away last night at Seton Memorial Hospital in Austin, Texas. Rumer died of natural causes, in her parents loving arms, just days after her birth. During this time of grieving, the family asks that individuals wishing to offer condolences make a donation to the children’s charity of their choosing.
The family thanks you for your love and support.

This was their second child for Randy and Chelsea, who married in March 2013, their fist one is River Rose Rogers in 2013.

The band is quite popular in texas, and Rogers and Wade Bowen recently released a collaborative album together which is called Hold My Beer: Vol. 1.

Taste of Country sends thoughts and prayers to Rogers and his family during this difficult time.

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Opry Legend Jim Ed Brown, 81, Dies

Jim Ed Brown has died. He was an American country music singer who achieved fame in the 1950s with his two sisters as a member of The Browns, and at the time of his death he was eighty-one. He was an Opry legend, who went on to a solo career and became quite successful followed with he and Helen Cornelius having a string of major duet hits.

He fought a brave battle with lung cancer but sadly he lost his fight. And according to a prepared statement, Brown died Thursday (June 11) at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tenn., a suburb of Nashville. He was 81 years old.

He was from Sparkman, Ark, and during the beginning of his life, he lived on a farm that had no electricity or running water.

Some hits from the Browns included, “Here Today and Gone Tomorrow,” “I Take the Chance,” “Just As Long As You Love Me,” “Money,” “I Heard the Bluebirds Sing,” “Would You Care” and “Beyond the Shadow,”

Brown did more in his career, he was the host of shows such as, Nashville on the Road, The Country Place, You Can Be a Star and Going Our Way.

Brown first shared his lung cancer diagnosis in September of 2014, but announced he was in remission in January, when he made his return to the Grand Ole Opry stage after releasing his first new album in decades, In Style Again. In March, he was announced as one of the Hall of Fame’s 2015 class. At the 2015 ACM Awards in April, he told Taste of Country he was cancer-free, but in early June, his daughter announced via

Facebook that his cancer had returned.

In April, Brown told Taste of Country that his selection to the Hall of Fame was the crowning achievement of his career.

“I can’t go any higher,” he said. “That’s it. You know, a hit record lasts a week. An award lasts for a year. But this lasts forever.”

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Ornette Coleman, Alto Saxophonist, 85, Dies

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p style=”text-align: justify;”>Ornette Coleman has died. He was an American jazz saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter, and composer, and at the time of his death he was eighty-five in New York om June 11, 2015. He was a self-taught alto saxophone player who was feted as an avant garde genius of jazz. He had an album in 1959 called The Shape of Jazz to Come and it was a groundbreaking hit in jazz history. He was also known for launching the free jazz movement and he,

never interested in labels, saying: “Music is an idea more than a style. All the styles – classical, funk, church – are played by exactly the same notes. Styles wear out like shoes.”

Coleman won the Pulitzer Prize for music with his recording Sound Grammar, following receiving the award, the saxophonist, trumpeter, violinist, composer, musical theorist and jazz revolutionary said:

“I was very surprised. Just like a kid getting a big toy or something. I had no idea that that would occur.”

He was Texas born, he was fourteen when he received his first saxophone. He worked with musicians Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead, Yoko Ono and Pat Metheny. He and poet Jayne Cortez were married and together they shared a son, Denardo, who is now a bandleader.

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Christopher Lee, Count Dracula Has Died

Christopher Lee has died. The ninety-three-year-old British actor and author, at the beginning of his career portrayed villains, he was Count Dracula, The Wicker Man, gothic romance Corridor of Mirrors and starred in The Man with the Golden Gun, Saruman in The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars prequel trilogy. He sadly passed away following his hospital stay for respiratory problems and heart failure on Sunday at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London, according to sources, he was known for his muscular intelligence with a staggering career

The decision to release the news days after was based on his wife’s desire to inform family members first. The couple had been married for over 50 years.

During his career, he also released a series of heavy metal albums, including Charlemagne: The Omens of Death.

Lee’s most famous role was playing Dracula, but he wasn’t pleased with how the character was treated.

“They gave me nothing to do!” he told Total Film in 2005. “I pleaded with Hammer to let me use some of the lines that Bram Stoker had written. Occasionally, I sneaked one in. Eventually, I told them that I wasn’t going to play Dracula anymore. All hell broke loose.”

In a 2012 interview, Lee spoke about his love of acting.

“Making films has never just been a job to me, it is my life,” he said. “I have some interests outside of acting – I sing and I’ve written books, for instance – but acting is what keeps me going, it’s what I do, it gives life purpose.”

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Sheridan Smith Had Been Left Emotionally Wrecked Over Drama.

Sheridan Smith has been left heartbroken over drama. The English actress and dancer came to much her fame when she starred in the comedy shows Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Love Soup, Gavin & Stacey, Grownups and Benidorm. Well during the time of filming for her new ITV drama ‘Black Work’.

Sheridan Smith felt heartbroken after filming dramatic scenes for new ITV drama ‘Black Work’, the thirty-three-year-old was feeling emotionally distraught from her acting in the series, she plays,

mother and police widow Jo Gillespie, whose husband is shot dead in mysterious circumstances leaving her to break the news to their two children.

She said:

“You get so involved in it all. The scene where she has to tell them their father is dead broke my heart and I couldn’t imagine what it would be like for a real family.”

Smith and her on-screen children got really close, they are played by  Honor Kneafsey and Oliver Woolford,

 which only added to the emotion in their scenes together.

She admitted:

“I became so close with both of them and there are some emotional moments. I put myself in those scenes.

“We were in a beautiful cathedral. Holding Honor’s hand and having to walk behind the officers carrying the coffin was really powerful to film.”

The three-part drama will air later this month.

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