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35. Dean Sullivan’s Brookside Influence On Liverpool Fc Trading

35. Dean Sullivan’s Brookside Influence On Liverpool Fc Trading

35. Dean Sullivan’s Brookside Influence On Liverpool Fc Trading – Broadcaster Eamonn Holmes has revealed he will officiate at the wedding of former Coronation Street actor Charles Lawson.

The 63-year-old GB News presenter joked he would have to become “a bit of a preacher” after being asked to officiate the wedding of Fermanagh-born Lawson, who played Jim MacDonald in the ITV soap for 11 years.

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35. Dean Sullivan’s Brookside Influence On Liverpool Fc Trading

The actor, also 63, who has appeared in occasional episodes of Coronation Street since leaving him in 2000, is to marry businesswoman Debbie Stanley after being engaged to her for more than a decade.

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On the GB News show on Tuesday, Holmes revealed that he would indulge and share the news as he discussed global pop star Ed Sheeran crashing a wedding in Las Vegas.

“I can’t go to a hotel where nobody comes up and taps me on the shoulder and says, ‘My daughter is getting married in the next room. Don’t you want to come in and meet her?’

“I got a phone call a couple of weeks ago from a dear friend whose wedding I went to and he said, ‘We don’t just want you to go to the wedding, we want you to perform.’

He added: “You buried George Best, didn’t you? So his family called me and said, ‘We don’t want a priest or anything, but we want you to come to George’s funeral’.”

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Although the date and location of the wedding have yet to be announced, Lawson shared a photo of his bride on Instagram, captioning it: “The girl I’m going to marry very soon.” Camille Cottin: “There is a certain fragility that can arise from success.” Photo: Jean-François Robert/The Guardian. Clothes: Celine by Hedi Slimane

Shout out to my agent! Camille Cottin on becoming a sex symbol in her 40s: “There is a desire to see women who are invisible”

She stole the show as the “female Don Juan” in the hit French series – and then flirted with Villanelle in Killing Eve. She talks about midlife meltdowns and whether it’s okay for a straight actor to play a lesbian

It’s a beautiful late winter day in Paris, and in the lobby of a hotel near the Place des Vosges, the picturesque historic square that counts Victor Hugo among its former residents, a smartly dressed guard asks me if I’m here to see Madame Cottin. She led me to a corner chair next to a warm fire to wait. It feels very formal, very elegant, very elegant.

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When Camille Cottin arrived, a few minutes later, she too was smart and relaxed in jeans and a navy blue blouse, a little nervous and warned me that if we conducted the interview in English she might ask me to help her translate the words she found. “I feel like I’m sounding like an eight-year-old,” she says apologetically, though I’m the one apologizing: and it soon becomes clear that her English is absolutely perfect and precise.

Cottin, 43, has been known in France for years, but has gone global during the pandemic. French comedy-drama Call My Agent! (known as Dix Pour Cent in France, after the 10% discount agents take from their clients) found a global audience through Netflix, despite being over in its home country – but more on that later. Cotten plays agent Andrea Martel, a stunning character in a blazer who describes her as a “female Don Juan.” The clients Andrea represents are French actors, with stars such as Juliette Binoche, Isabelle Huppert and Sigourney Weaver appearing as heightened versions of themselves. She was the heart of the show, almost as dedicated to seducing women as she was to her job, and much of the series revolved around her failed attempts to find a work-life balance while clearly searching for an impossibly chic wardrobe. Call my agent! Fans will have a hard time describing the tough-but-non-serious Andrea as a big laugh, but once she warms up, Cotten, even goofier and more ridiculous than in her most famous role, becomes decisive.

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As she says this, she opens her arms wide with such enthusiasm that she sends her teacup and its contents across the table. It is the second time during the conversation that she has to ask the waiter for a cloth. She apologizes to the extravagant couple eating at the table next to us, then angrily collapses on the sofa. “I’m sorry! I hit things! I was just saying that Andrea is strong, but she’s also very clumsy.”

A Happy Medium

It has been many years for Cotten. I have entered what I try to call the Hollywood era. “Hollywood pop-up?” She suggests dry instead. She had a small role in the 2016 spy film Allied, which starred her boyfriend Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt. She starred alongside Matt Damon in the thoughtful drama Stillwater last year and created a feud between Adam Driver and Lady Gaga in the epic House of Gucci. Will she make it through Hollywood’s block list? “Brad Pitt, done. Matt Damon, done. Adam Driver…” Who’s next? “Do you think I can ask?” she says with a hollow laugh. “I feel like I walk into the room and say, ‘Hi,’ and then it’s done,” she says, “but obviously the portions have gotten bigger.”

She’s officially here to talk about her return to Killing Eve. Cotten made her first appearance in the third series, in 2020, playing murderous coach Helen, who taunts and flirts with Jodie Comer’s Villanelle. But there’s a lot of secrecy surrounding the show, and she’s worried about what she can and can’t say. “It’s a lot of fun,” she says. “It’s too complicated to talk about something you’re not allowed to talk about. How do we do it?”

We try to be mysterious. Cotten had never played a murderous coach before. “Absolutely not. This is the first time.” The opening episodes of series four could also be called Finding Hélène as they mostly deal with following her character. She is full of praise for her co-stars and was delighted at the opportunity to work with Fiona Shaw, who she calls “the most special person” – although spoiler alert she made sure to say that only her two characters in Killing Eve had the opportunity to meet each other.

Were you a shy child? Wilde would be more precise. Photo: Jean-François Robert/The Guardian. Costume: Young Love Studios. Jewelry: Dior

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Cotten starred in the short-lived French version of Fleabag, called Mouche, and Shaw tried to introduce her to Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who was responsible for the first season of Killing Eve. But it was not to be. “I tried, we missed each other,” says Cotten. It can still happen. “It’s still a wonderful thing to be alive,” she says. She speaks calmly and poetically. She comes up with an idea, then talks about it and works it out until she’s finally satisfied.

Born in Paris, born in Faubourg Montmartre, Cottin lives in the city with her husband and two children. She says that the traditional style in Paris is dark blue, simple and classic. “But I’m a big fan of British fashion, the exaggeration and the eccentricity, and how you mix freedom print with leopard print. I really love it.” When she was 12, her family moved to London, where she attended a French school, returning to Paris when she was 17. As is typical of foreigners, she spent most of her time with other French people. “That’s one of the things I would change if I could do it over.” She had always wanted to act, but as a teenager she was too shy to attend acting classes in London, fearing her English would not be good enough.

Was she a shy child in general? “Wilde, maybe that’s more accurate?” She laughs and then takes a long pause. “I’m trying to figure out the difference between being shy and wild. I mean wild, like a wild animal, unless it’s domesticated. So you can’t really get close to the animal. But at the same time, I think I was also shy and eccentric and over-the-top same time.” I found the school’s rules and restrictions stifling. “In my teaching, they would say, ‘Whoa, whoa, we’ve got to calm this down.’

Acting allows you to be yourself, by exploring another person. So which part of me is that woman? This is the puzzle

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Cotten’s mother started a drama club at her daughter’s school in London, where she performed a French play about the Trojan War. Cotten was set to play Helen of Troy and was excited to cast Paris, the Trojan prince Helen leaves with. “I was really happy because there was this nice guy a level above us who came to the theater club,

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    1. 35. Dean Sullivan's Brookside Influence On Liverpool Fc TradingThe actor, also 63, who has appeared in occasional episodes of Coronation Street since leaving him in 2000, is to marry businesswoman Debbie Stanley after being engaged to her for more than a decade.Tories Turn On Boris Johnson And Back Damning Partygate ReportOn the GB News show on Tuesday, Holmes revealed that he would indulge and share the news as he discussed global pop star Ed Sheeran crashing a wedding in Las Vegas."I can't go to a hotel where nobody comes up and taps me on the shoulder and says, 'My daughter is getting married in the next room. Don't you want to come in and meet her?'"I got a phone call a couple of weeks ago from a dear friend whose wedding I went to and he said, 'We don't just want you to go to the wedding, we want you to perform.'He added: "You buried George Best, didn't you? So his family called me and said, 'We don't want a priest or anything, but we want you to come to George's funeral'."Eamonn Holmes To Officiate At Corrie Star's WeddingAlthough the date and location of the wedding have yet to be announced, Lawson shared a photo of his bride on Instagram, captioning it: "The girl I'm going to marry very soon." Camille Cottin: "There is a certain fragility that can arise from success." Photo: Jean-François Robert/The Guardian. Clothes: Celine by Hedi SlimaneShout out to my agent! Camille Cottin on becoming a sex symbol in her 40s: "There is a desire to see women who are invisible"She stole the show as the "female Don Juan" in the hit French series - and then flirted with Villanelle in Killing Eve. She talks about midlife meltdowns and whether it's okay for a straight actor to play a lesbianIt's a beautiful late winter day in Paris, and in the lobby of a hotel near the Place des Vosges, the picturesque historic square that counts Victor Hugo among its former residents, a smartly dressed guard asks me if I'm here to see Madame Cottin. She led me to a corner chair next to a warm fire to wait. It feels very formal, very elegant, very elegant.The Dangerous Rise Of Andrew Tate ReviewWhen Camille Cottin arrived, a few minutes later, she too was smart and relaxed in jeans and a navy blue blouse, a little nervous and warned me that if we conducted the interview in English she might ask me to help her translate the words she found. "I feel like I'm sounding like an eight-year-old," she says apologetically, though I'm the one apologizing: and it soon becomes clear that her English is absolutely perfect and precise.Cottin, 43, has been known in France for years, but has gone global during the pandemic. French comedy-drama Call My Agent! (known as Dix Pour Cent in France, after the 10% discount agents take from their clients) found a global audience through Netflix, despite being over in its home country – but more on that later. Cotten plays agent Andrea Martel, a stunning character in a blazer who describes her as a "female Don Juan." The clients Andrea represents are French actors, with stars such as Juliette Binoche, Isabelle Huppert and Sigourney Weaver appearing as heightened versions of themselves. She was the heart of the show, almost as dedicated to seducing women as she was to her job, and much of the series revolved around her failed attempts to find a work-life balance while clearly searching for an impossibly chic wardrobe. Call my agent! Fans will have a hard time describing the tough-but-non-serious Andrea as a big laugh, but once she warms up, Cotten, even goofier and more ridiculous than in her most famous role, becomes decisive.Sign up to the Inside Saturday newsletter for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the paper's biggest features, plus a curated list of the week's highlights.As she says this, she opens her arms wide with such enthusiasm that she sends her teacup and its contents across the table. It is the second time during the conversation that she has to ask the waiter for a cloth. She apologizes to the extravagant couple eating at the table next to us, then angrily collapses on the sofa. "I'm sorry! I hit things! I was just saying that Andrea is strong, but she's also very clumsy."A Happy MediumIt has been many years for Cotten. I have entered what I try to call the Hollywood era. "Hollywood pop-up?" She suggests dry instead. She had a small role in the 2016 spy film Allied, which starred her boyfriend Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt. She starred alongside Matt Damon in the thoughtful drama Stillwater last year and created a feud between Adam Driver and Lady Gaga in the epic House of Gucci. Will she make it through Hollywood's block list? "Brad Pitt, done. Matt Damon, done. Adam Driver..." Who's next? "Do you think I can ask?" she says with a hollow laugh. "I feel like I walk into the room and say, 'Hi,' and then it's done," she says, "but obviously the portions have gotten bigger."She's officially here to talk about her return to Killing Eve. Cotten made her first appearance in the third series, in 2020, playing murderous coach Helen, who taunts and flirts with Jodie Comer's Villanelle. But there's a lot of secrecy surrounding the show, and she's worried about what she can and can't say. "It's a lot of fun," she says. "It's too complicated to talk about something you're not allowed to talk about. How do we do it?"We try to be mysterious. Cotten had never played a murderous coach before. "Absolutely not. This is the first time." The opening episodes of series four could also be called Finding Hélène as they mostly deal with following her character. She is full of praise for her co-stars and was delighted at the opportunity to work with Fiona Shaw, who she calls "the most special person" - although spoiler alert she made sure to say that only her two characters in Killing Eve had the opportunity to meet each other.Were you a shy child? Wilde would be more precise. Photo: Jean-François Robert/The Guardian. Costume: Young Love Studios. Jewelry: DiorCoronation Street Star's Life Came 'crashing Down' After SackingCotten starred in the short-lived French version of Fleabag, called Mouche, and Shaw tried to introduce her to Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who was responsible for the first season of Killing Eve. But it was not to be. "I tried, we missed each other," says Cotten. It can still happen. "It's still a wonderful thing to be alive," she says. She speaks calmly and poetically. She comes up with an idea, then talks about it and works it out until she's finally satisfied.Born in Paris, born in Faubourg Montmartre, Cottin lives in the city with her husband and two children. She says that the traditional style in Paris is dark blue, simple and classic. "But I'm a big fan of British fashion, the exaggeration and the eccentricity, and how you mix freedom print with leopard print. I really love it." When she was 12, her family moved to London, where she attended a French school, returning to Paris when she was 17. As is typical of foreigners, she spent most of her time with other French people. "That's one of the things I would change if I could do it over." She had always wanted to act, but as a teenager she was too shy to attend acting classes in London, fearing her English would not be good enough.Was she a shy child in general? "Wilde, maybe that's more accurate?" She laughs and then takes a long pause. "I'm trying to figure out the difference between being shy and wild. I mean wild, like a wild animal, unless it's domesticated. So you can't really get close to the animal. But at the same time, I think I was also shy and eccentric and over-the-top same time." I found the school's rules and restrictions stifling. "In my teaching, they would say, 'Whoa, whoa, we've got to calm this down.'Acting allows you to be yourself, by exploring another person. So which part of me is that woman? This is the puzzleBayern Munich 'unhappy' With Sadio Mane As Big Liverpool Problem Explained
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