Shari Belafonte
American actor
Shari Belafonte
Shari Belafonte is an American actress, model, writer and singer. The raspy-voiced daughter of singer Harry Belafonte, she is known for her role as Julie Gilette on the 1980s television series Hotel and as a spokesperson for the diet supplement Slim-Fast during the 1990s.
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Shari Belafonte catapults castle onto the market
LATimes - over 3 years
Shari Belafonte's home is a castle. And she has just listed her unusual home in the Box Canyon area at $1.26 million, The Times has confirmed.
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Lichtmond 3D - Moonlight - musikwoche.de
Google News - over 5 years
Giorgio und Martin Koppehele haben als Musiker und Produzenten mit oder für so unterschiedliche Künstler wie Nicole, Shari Belafonte, Oli.P, Lou Bega oder die Schlümpfe gearbeitet. Nach dem ebenfalls audiovisuell ausgelegten Projekt Ambra ist Lichtmond
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Lichtmond 3D - Special Edition Blu-ray 3D - Bluray 3D
Google News - almost 6 years
Sie schreiben und produzieren unter anderem für Placido Domingo, Nicole, Bro'Sis, Suzie Quatro, Shari Belafonte, Splash, Lou Bega, Odyssey. Desweiteren produzieren sie zahlreiche Soundtracks und Corporate Music: zB Pippi Langstrumpf Kinofilm,
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From the White House to Busch Stadium to Hollywood to the 'Peanuts' float, Uno has been proving that he's still No. 1.
NYTimes - about 8 years
Nine months into his reign as the first beagle to win the Westminster Kennel Club Show, 3-year-old Uno is not fading away. He is the show's busiest-ever Best in Show titlist. He was the first one to be celebrated as a champion by President Bush in the White House Rose Garden last May and still wears the red, white and blue collar that Laura Bush
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So Odd, But Lately In Classic Fashion
NYTimes - about 9 years
ON a break from rehearsals for ''Cymbeline'' at Lincoln CenterMartha Plimpton dashed outside for a cigarette and immediately ran into a classmate from her alma mater, the nearby Professional Children's School. It turned out he too was still performing, as a dancer at the Met. They chatted briefly about work and compared notes about Lincoln Center's
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SIGNOFF; 'Babylon 5' Enters Its Final Stages
NYTimes - over 18 years
The future is not utopian, if the science fiction series ''Babylon 5'' is any indication. By the mid-23d century, the people of Earth have been in at least two interstellar wars and encountered several other species, from the large-haired dandies called the Centauri and their former slaves, the reptilian Narn, to the enigmatic Vorlons, shrouded in
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - almost 22 years
PAUL KATZ, the cellist of the Cleveland Quartet, has played in many a concert hall, but the other day he faced the challenge of performing in a new venue: an airplane. Mr. Katz and his cello, which traveled in a separate seat under the name "Miss A. Cello," were flying on Tuesday from New York City to Rochester, preparing for a 14-city tour, when
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 22 years
A new image for SHARI BELAFONTE: "Very few people know that I read or that anyone in Hollywood reads," the actress said the other day, but that gap is about to be remedied. As the main host of "First Edition," the new PBS show about authors and their books that will go on the air in January, she will conduct many of the interviews. "When you get to
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After Quake, a Desperate Search for Lost Pets
NYTimes - about 23 years
Since the Jan. 17 earthquake, 71-year-old Arlowyn Schapers has been combing the streets of the San Fernando Valley, looking in trash bins and under damaged houses for her gray kitten, Piper, who ran off in the chaos of the tremor. Mrs. Schapers, a widow who lives alone, was close to tears when she returned to the West Valley Animal Shelter last
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AT HOME WITH: Harry Belafonte; The Political Is Personal
NYTimes - over 23 years
HARRY BELAFONTE, dressed in three shades of green and sitting in a blood-red room in his rambling Upper West Side apartment, is talking about who he is. It is a delicious summer afternoon in the 66th year of his life. He speaks deliberately, but with such intensity that one imagines the words lingering in the air as they leave his mouth. The
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Review/Television; The Liberal Arts: No Match for Career Training
NYTimes - over 23 years
If the image of liberal education is not enhanced by the four half-hour conversations that begin tonight on "Firing Line," William F. Buckley Jr. has nobody to blame but himself and his guests. On the first two programs, "What Is Liberal Education?" and "Who Should Be Liberally Educated?," he is joined by Elizabeth T. Kennan, the president of Mount
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EGOS & IDS; Hollywood, the Next Generation
NYTimes - over 23 years
Jace Alexander, Adam Arkin, Shari Belafonte, Beau Bridges, Jeff Bridges, Matthew Broderick, Geraldine Chaplin, Victoria Chaplin, Rae Dawn Chong, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Della Femina, Guillaume Depardieu, Laura Dern, Robert Downey Jr., Allison Eastwood, Emilio Estevez, Bridget Fonda, Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda, Balthazar Getty, Cuba Gooding Jr.,
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Food Notes
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Olives and Olive Oil Reports from Italy indicate that the olive oil harvest for 1990 was about 50 percent lower than normal and that prices are escalating. Drought and the olive fly, a pest that damages the olives, were responsible. Importers have seen higher prices at trade shows here and abroad. Increases of 50 to 70 percent are expected on the
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In the Race For Glory, The Cars Fly
NYTimes - almost 28 years
In ''Speed Zone,'' an amiably silly farce about a crazed car race from Washington to Santa Monica, Calif., everyone from the Smothers Brothers to Brooke Shields to Carl Lewis puts in an appearance. The roster of contestants who will stop at nothing to win a coast-to-coast Cannonball run includes half a dozen mismatched driver-and-passenger teams.
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COURT FASHION; Lobs, Volleys and Smashing Whites
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: GOING to the net for a good cause, tennis players in Southampton, L.I., showed that they had the white stuff. Against the towering hedges of the village's estate area, classic tennis clothes in pristine white were the winners in the recent pro-celebrity benefit at Ilyse Wilpon's rented oceanside home. GOING to the net for a good cause, tennis
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LONG ISLAND GUIDE
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: SUMMER FESTIVAL With the customary blend of the classics and pops - and something new this time out, a trio of free family concerts - Friends of the Arts opens its annual Summer Festival today on a promising note, with Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Conducted by Gerard Schwarz and with the ianist Lilian Kallir as soloist,
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TV REVIEW; ABC'S 'VELVET,' AEROBICS AND SPYING
NYTimes - over 32 years
''Velver,'' the ABC movie on Channel 7 at 9 tonight, will not do you irreparable damage. It is about four beautiful aerobics instructors who also do odd jobs in the spy business, and it is distinguished by its glossiness. Everything shines with a Southern California, capped-teeth roseate glow. The idea is that the aerobics instructors work for
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TELEVISION WEEK
NYTimes - over 33 years
Last year's box-office success of ''An Officer and a Gentleman,'' said Jerry Ludwig, ''had a lot to do with giving them (NBC) the courage to put the thing on the air.'' Mr. Ludwig was referring to ''For Love and Honor,'' a new dramatic series about men and women involved in peacetime military service in a paratrooper battalion. Mr. Ludwig,
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'SEE WHAT I HEAR'
NYTimes - almost 35 years
''IF You Could See What I Hear'' is an interesting movie to hear about, even if it isn't so very interesting to watch. It's the story of Tom Sullivan, a blind young man whose handicap, if the film is to be believed, is as important a source of practical jokes for him as it is a source of trouble. Twice during the course of the film, we watch Tom
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Shari Belafonte
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2015
    Age 60
    In mid-December 2015, it was announced that Belafonte would take over the role of Mayor Janice Lomax from Saidah Arrika Ekulona on January 19, 2016, on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital.
    More Details Hide Details Belafonte has been married twice: First to Robert Harper (May 21, 1977 - 1988). She has been married to Sam Behrens since December 30, 1989. Belafonte posed nude for Playboy in the magazine's September 2000 edition, and herself was an avid photographer.
    While getting her hands wet "behind the scenes", she also received a number of modeling and commercial assignments, and was known to have appeared on the covers of over 300 magazines as of 2015.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 2006
    Age 51
    As of 2006, Shari could be seen hosting a travel program called "Travels In Mexico And The Caribbean With Shari Belafonte" on NYCTV.
    More Details Hide Details Belafonte's multi-faceted career also includes moderating and voiceovers. She has producing credits for theater, public and network television, and feature films. In addition to her affiliation with numerous children's, animal, and environment causes, she has also become the international spokesman for the Starlight Children's Foundation. Named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top ten celebrity endorsers, Shari has been the spokesman for numerous corporations including Bally's International Health and Fitness, Slim-Fast, Diet System 6, and most recently, Estroven. Belafonte also provided the voice of Lupé, the leader of the Wolf Pack, in Sonic the Hedgehog, Gerald's mother, Mrs. Johanssen, in four episodes of Hey Arnold! Diana Cruz in an episode of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, and the undead Southern belle zombie Blanche in Gravedale High.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1987
    Age 32
    It was during this time that Shari began her music career by signing a contract to record on the Metronome Records label, releasing two albums in Europe; these were The Eyes of Night in 1987 and Shari in 1989.
    More Details Hide Details Belafonte made her theatrical debut in Tamara, playing the title role in the long-running Los Angeles production. Shortly thereafter, she starred as Dr. Laura Wingate in the USA Network's dramatic series Beyond Reality, which ran for two years. In addition, Shari also co-hosted the syndicated series Lifestyles with Robin Leach and Shari Belafonte, an updated version of Leach's signature program, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1983
    Age 28
    In the same year, Spelling signed Shari as Julie Gilette in the ABC television series Hotel, in which she starred during the show's five-year run, which extended from 1983 to 1988.
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  • 1982
    Age 27
    Belafonte began her career as a model, becoming a successful cover girl model and appearing in commercials for Calvin Klein jeans. She made her feature film debut in 1982 in the movies Time Walker and If You Could See What I Hear.
    More Details Hide Details She then worked as a production assistant and assistant director in public television on the East Coast before moving to Los Angeles, where she became an assistant to the publicist at Hanna-Barbera productions.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Born
    Born on September 22, 1954.
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