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  1. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lola_FalanaLola Falana - Wikipedia

    Lola Falana, all'anagrafe Loletha Elayne Falana (Camden, 11 settembre 1942), è una conduttrice televisiva, showgirl, attrice e cantante statunitense

  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm0265832Lola Falana - IMDb

    Lola Falana, Actress: The Liberation of L.B. Jones. Born in Philadelphia in 1942, Lola Falana left home as a teenager to seek her fortune in entertainment. She often slept in subway stations before finding work. She studied African dance, and her big break came when she appeared opposite Sammy Davis Jr. in "Golden Boy" on Broadway in 1964. She then toured Italy and won fame there in two ...

  3. Born in Philadelphia in 1942, Lola Falana left home as a teenager to seek her fortune in entertainment. She often slept in subway stations before finding work. She studied African dance, and her big break came when she appeared opposite Sammy Davis Jr. in "Golden Boy" on Broadway in 1964. She then toured Italy and won fame there in two Italian ...

  4. On peut également citer la chanteuse et youtubeuse Lola Dubini, la comédienne Lola Marois et épouse de Jean-Marie Bigard, la pianiste Lola Astanova, les actrices Lola Albright, Lola Bessis, Lola Doillon, Lola Dewaere, Lola Le Lann, Lola Flanery, Lola Falana, ou encore la réalisatrice Lola Frederich.

  5. Nurmi worked on the project for a short time, but eventually quit when the producers would not hire Lola Falana to play Vampira. The station continued with the project and sent out a casting call. Peterson auditioned against 200 other horror hostess hopefuls and won the role. Producers left it up to her to create the role's image.

  6. 22/06/2022 · Serving as a warning to those who attempt to cross her, Lola asserts that should you try and fight her, “you will end up worse”. In her own words, Lola explains, “I wanted to write a punchy knockout song about female empowerment! And this is the result. It’s a homage to my all-time female icon 1970’s Lynda Carter as Wonderwoman.

  7. 28/06/2022 · 7.5K Likes, 251 Comments. TikTok video from studio93 (@_studio93): "Our W.A.P. will leave you satisfied and coming back for more! 😀 #blackhistorymonth #fyp". Hello Black | corporations during black history month pt. 4 | people | ....