Print This past Monday in Los Angeles, workers installing a security system in a house in Los Feliz discovered a mountain lion named P in a crawl space under the building. By mountain lion standards, P was already famous: About three years ago, he was featured in a National Geographic photo spread about big cats in urban areas, prowling with the Hollywood sign in the background. Sometime in the morning on Tuesday, though, P decided to vacate the premises on his own. And so ended one story whose moral is that lions will do whatever they want.
Share this article Share The four-time divorcee shared this picture of herself in character sporting a sleeveless black dress and voluminous blonde hair for the U. Potty potter Perry leaves alter ego Claire at home Turner prize winner Grayson Perry might be better known as his flamboyant cross dressing alter ego Claire than he is for his ceramic artworks and tapestries. But when he grows a beard it is harder to get in touch with his feminine alter ego. Looking dishevelled without any make-up left , Grayson donned an eccentric orange cape embellished with pictures of pots.
Melanie Griffith,Shannah Laumeister in Nobody's Fool (1994)
They were all men I have had. As well as her starring role in The Graduate she has a number of high-profile films out this year, including Dabka, with Al Pacino, and The Disaster Artist, directed by and starring James Franco. One night I went down to find them both asleep side by side… She was the talk of her school. It was fun for her. The following year Melanie and her mother starred in the film Roar, based on their own experiences raising big cats.