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Mathilda May (born Karima Mathilda Haïm; 8 February 1965) is a French film actress. May was born in Paris, France. Her father is playwright Victor Haïm, and he is of Greek-Jewish and Turkish-Jewish descent. Her mother is the Swedish ballet teacher and choreographer Margareta Hanson. At age 16 May won the "Premier Prix du Conservatoire de Danse de Paris" (First Prize of the Paris Dance Conservatory).
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Mathilda May was born on February 8, 1965 in Saint-Ouen, Seine-Saint-Denis, France as Karima Mathilda Haim. She is known for her work on Lifeforce (1985), The Jackal (1997) and Le cri du hibou (1987). She was previously married to Philippe Kelly, Gérard Darmon and Paul Powell. Around The Web. Powered by ZergNet. Watch Now. The Jackal.
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On the 40th anniversary of the album’s original release, here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about News of the World. 1. The album was primarily recorded in the same studio where the Sex Pistols were finishing Never Mind the Bollocks, leading to some memorable encounters between the two bands. Most of News of the World‘s tracks were cut at London’s Wessex Studios, an arrangement which put the band on a collision course with British punks the Sex Pistols, who were working in the same studio complex on their landmark debut album.
Mathilda May. Mathilda May (born Karima Mathilda Haïm; 8 February 1965) is a French film actress. May was born in Paris. Her father is playwright Victor Haïm, who is descended from a Greek and Turkish Jewish family. May's film work is primarily in French and made for the European market; she was the recipient of the Prix Romy Schneider in 1989.
This year, the festivities will run May 19-22. Residents dress up as Vikings, Valkyries, and in more contemporary but colorful traditional Norwegian dress. The world-famous annual Cheese-Rolling takes place at Cooper’s Hill in Gloucester on the last Monday in May, which is the Spring Bank Holiday in the UK. This year’s roll will be May 30. The competition involves rolling a wheel of cheese down the hill, followed by people trying to catch it.