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Jason Haynes

Jason Haynes is a fictional character from the BBC medical drama Holby City, played by actor Jules Robertson. He first appeared in the series eighteen episode "A Partnership, Literally", broadcast on 9 February 2016. Jason arrives at Holby City h ...

JJ Jones (Skins)

Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones is a fictional character in the British teen drama Skins and is portrayed by Ollie Barbieri. He was introduced in the third series as a socially inept teenager who was a long-time friend of both Freddie McClair and James ...

Saga Noren

Saga Noren is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Danish/Swedish TV series The Bridge. She is played by Swedish actress Sofia Helin. Saga is introduced as a member of the Malmo County Police Department in the first episode of th ...

Joseph Maraachli case

The Joseph Maraachli case refers to an international controversy over the life of Joseph Maraachli, commonly known as Baby Joseph, a Canadian infant who was diagnosed with a rare progressive and incurable neurological disorder called Leighs disea ...

Death of Marlise Muñoz

Marlise Nicole Muñoz was an American woman at the center of a medical ethics controversy between November 2013 and January 2014. She suffered a suspected pulmonary embolism and was declared brain dead. Because she was pregnant, doctors at a Texas ...

Mary Beth Rubens

Mary Elizabeth Rubens is a Canadian film, stage, and television actress, who made her feature film debut in Paul Lynchs slasher film Prom Night. She subsequently appeared in Firebird 2015 AD. She worked throughout the 1980s in television, guest-s ...

Girolamo Bacchini

Giovanni Maria Bacchini was an Italian castrato, composer, writer on music, and Roman Catholic priest who flourished during the late 16th century and early 17th century.

Giovanni Carestini

Giovanni Carestini was an Italian castrato of the 18th century, who sang in the operas and oratorios of George Frideric Handel. He is also remembered as having sung for Johann Adolph Hasse and Christoph Willibald Gluck.

Giovanni Gualberto Magli

Giovanni Gualberto Magli was an Italian castrato who had an active singing career during the first quarter of the 17th century. Born in Florence, he studied voice with Giulio Caccini before becoming a musician for the House of Medici on 23 August ...

Giovanni Manzuoli

Giovanni Manzuoli was an Italian castrato who sang as a soprano at the beginning of his career, and later as a contralto.

Carlo Scalzi

Carlo Scalzi was an Italian castrato who had an active performance career in major opera houses in Italy from 1718-1738. He was also heard in London in 1733–1734 where he notably created the role of Alceste in the world premiere of George Frideri ...

Valentino Urbani

For the ancient people of Sardinia, see Valentini ancient people. Valentino Urbani was an Italian alto castrato who sang for the composer George Frideric Handel in the 18th century. He was known by the stage name Valentini. He sang the role of Eu ...

Alone (2007 film)

Alone is a 2007 Thai horror film written and directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom. Alone stars Thai-German pop singer Marsha Wattanapanich in her first film role in 15 years.

Alone (2015 Hindi film)

Alone is a 2015 Indian horror film directed by Bhushan Patel, starring Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover. The film is a remake of the 2007 Thai film of the same name, which was itself based on the Tales From The Crypt episode "My Brothers Keeper".

Chaarulatha

Chaarulatha is a 2012 Indian horror film made in Kannada and Tamil. The film was directed by Pon Kumaran, a former associate to K. Bhagyaraj and K. S. Ravikumar, and features Priyamani in the lead role. The film was an adaptation of the Thai horr ...

Stuck on You (film)

Stuck on You is a 2003 American comedy film directed by the Farrelly brothers and starring Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear as conjoined twins, whose conflicting aspirations provide both conflict and humorous situations, in particular when one of them ...

Twin Falls Idaho (film)

The film portrays the lives of shy conjoined twins Blake and Francis Falls, who take residence in a rundown hotel to hopefully reunite with their estranged birth mother. They find their gateway to the outside world through an eccentric young pros ...

Mo Butcher

Mo Butcher is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Edna Dore between 1988 and 1990. She is introduced as the matriarch figure of the Butcher family, Frank Butchers elderly mother. She is portrayed as a battle-axe, t ...

Tom Kennedy (Neighbours)

Tom Kennedy is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours played by Bob Hornery. He made his first on-screen appearance on 5 April 1996. Hornery reprised the role twice more in 1999 and 2006. In 2007, Neighbours returned to m ...

Nana Moon

Victoria "Nana" Moon is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Hilda Braid. In a special episode, Kate Colgrave Pope played her as a 24-year-old in a flashback episode from 1944. She was introduced alongside her grand ...

Doug Willis

Douglas "Doug" Willis is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Terence Donovan. Doug was introduced by executive producer Don Battye as the patriarch of the newly introduced Willis family. Donovan explained th ...

Zack Gottsagen

He is the son of Shelley Gottsagen and her wife, Navy and Air Force veteran Trish Carland. mom, upon her son insistence, had to fight for her son to be admitted in Palm Beach County Public Schools. He was the first child with Down syndrome to be ...

Anna Maria Marconi

Anna Maria Marconi is a fictional scientist appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She was initially depicted as a love interest of Spider-Man, notably during his time when his body was taken over by Doctor Octopuss mind. S ...

Dorf (character)

Dorf is a fictional character created by comedy writer and performer Tim Conway. He was the main character in a series of direct-to-video films during the 1980s and 1990s. Dorf was characterized by his diminutive height, toupee, toothbrush mustac ...

Lord Farquaad

Lord Maximus Farquaad is the main antagonist of the 2001 animated feature film Shrek, as well as Shrek 4-D and the musical. He is voiced by John Lithgow. He does not appear in William Steigs original picture book of the same name.

Gizmo (DC Comics)

In DC Rebirth, Gizmo appeared as part of the Fearsome Five. Another using the name, Brendan Li, known as Giz, is a friend of Nightwing. He is a former villain, dating Mouse, who is a former apprentice of Catwoman. He attends the community center ...

Mongo the Magnificent

Dr. Robert "Mongo" Fredrickson, a.k.a. Mongo the Magnificent, is a fictional private eye and criminologist who has dwarfism, appearing in several books by George C. Chesbro. His rather unusual nickname is actually his stage name, from his days as ...

Puck (Marvel Comics)

Puck is the codename of two fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The two characters are a father and daughter pair, who are both members of Alpha Flight, in the Marvel Universe.

Marlowe Sawyer

A former nanny for Conor McNamara. He has dwarfism and is opposed to performing surgery on Conor, and as such is frequently at odds with Sean. He and Julia find a kindred bond, and they begin a brief affair. Asked Sean to give him leg enhancement ...

Chamuel (wrestler)

Francisco Gonzalez Cruz is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, who works under the ring name Chamuel. He current works for the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre promotion where he portrays a heel. He is one of the competitors in CM ...

El Gallito

El Gallito is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler. He current works for the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre promotion where he portrays a face. He is one of the competitors in CMLLs Micro-Estrella division where he competes with a ...

Guapito

Armando Mercado Garcia is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, who works under the ring name Guapito. He current works for the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre promotion where he portrays a face. He is one of the competitors in CML ...

Microman (wrestler)

Microman is the ring name of a Mexican masked professional wrestler, who is working for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. Microman has dwarfism and competes in CMLLs "little peope" exclusive Micro-Estrel ...

Mije (wrestler)

Mije is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler. He current works for the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre promotion where he portrays a heel. He is one of the competitors in CMLLs Micro-Estrella division where he competes with and aga ...

Tiny the Terrible

Douglas Allen Tunstall Jr., better known as Tiny the Terrible is an American wrestler, dwarf, actor and politician who is perhaps best known for being the subject of A Man Among Giants, a documentary film directed by Rod Webber. Tunstall is a Rep ...

List of fictional feral children

Feral children, children who have lived from a young age without human contact, appear in mythological and fictional works, usually as human characters who have been raised by animals. Often their dual heritage is a benefit to them, protecting th ...

Blanka

Blanka is a fictional character in Capcoms Street Fighter fighting game series. He first appeared in the 1991 video game Street Fighter II as one of eight playable characters, and was subsequently featured in sequel and spin-off games. Blanka is ...

Fishboy (comics)

Fishboy: Denizen of the Deep was a black and white comic strip appearing in the British comic book Buster between 1968 and 1975, written by Scott Goodall and drawn by John Stokes and others. As with most UK comic strips, neither the writer nor ar ...

Little Jungle Boy

Doctors at a research centre in South East Asia discover a boy who appears to have grown up wild in the jungle. The boy faces hostility from people who want to kidnap him and a treacherous witchdoctor. Eventually the boy returns to the jungle.

The Music of Dolphins

The Music of Dolphins, by Karen Hesse, is a childrens book that follows the story of Mila, a feral child raised by a pod of dolphins around the Florida Keys and Caribbean. "Mila" is an abbreviated form of the Spanish word milagro, meaning "miracl ...

Shasta of the Wolves

Shasta of the Wolves is a feral child novel by British-born American childrens author Olaf Baker. The novel was originally published in 1919 by Dodd, Mead and Company with illustrations by Charles Livingston Bull, and was reprinted a number of ti ...

Tomba!

Tomba! is a platform-adventure game developed by Whoopee Camp and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation. The game was initially released in Japan in December 1997 and worldwide the following year. Lead designer and producer ...

Wolf Boy Ken

Wolf Boy Ken is the first anime series produced by Toei Animation. The series is known for having more frames per second than other anime of the same time. The series also implemented sponsorship by a large corporation, in this case, Morinaga Can ...

Stone Cates

Stone Cates is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital. Michael Sutton portrayed him from 1993 to 1995 and returned for a guest appearance from September 28 through September 29, 2010 and on August 1, 2017. The character die ...

Extraño

Extraño is a fictional superhero magician published by DC Comics. Created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Joe Staton, he first appeared in Millennium #2.

Mark Fowler

Mark Fowler is a fictional character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders. Mark, an original regular character when the series started in February 1985, became a semi-regular after his original portrayer David Scarboro was written out of the role in ...

Saul Holden

In season 5, Saul falls in love, but the man runs away when he learns that Saul is HIV positive. Saul then finds his previous lover, Jonathan, and confronts him about giving him HIV. He eventually forgives him and they start a relationship. Jonat ...

Jet (comics)

Jet is a fictional superhero published by DC Comics. She first appeared in Millennium #2, and was created by Steve Engelhart and Joe Staton.

Kami (Takalani Sesame)

Kami is a character on Takalani Sesame and Sesame Square, the respective South African and Nigerian versions of the childrens television program Sesame Street. In 2002, Sesame Workshop announced that an HIV-positive character would be introduced ...

Andy Lippincott

The character first appears in January 1976, in a law library. Joanie Caucus becomes attracted to him while working before Lippincott says he is gay. Joanie is heartbroken, and takes some time to recover. Lippincott contributes position papers to ...