Wednesday, 14 March 2012

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Serial Actress Biography
Sakshi Tanwar (born 12 January 1973) is an Indian television and Bollywood actress. She is best known for playing the role of Parvati in the television soap opera, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii (Translated literally as "The Story of Every Home").[1] Sakshi is one of the leading ladies of Indian Television. Sakshi's consequent continued patronage of the largely female audience of the show had been instrumental in changing the fortunes of the production house Balaji Telefilms and in creating a successful genre of tearjerker family dramas, which still continues in the Indian TV industry.[1] The serial enjoyed tremendous popularity in India and abroad.
Sakshi Tanwar comes from a middle class family from [[ Rajasthan.She is from Rajput caste.She studied at the Lady Shri Ram college in New Delhi [2] She lives in Malad West area in Mumbai.
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Sakshi has worked in other serials, including the very popular Devi where she plays the central character who is a spiritually inclined woman with a strong connection to Goddess Durga. She appeared in a few movies in 2008, one of them being Coffee House. She has also done a role in Ekta Kapoor's C Kkompany. Sakshi has also donned the role of a host with Smriti Zubin Irani in the very popular dance reality show "Yeh Hai Jalwa". Sakshi is also known as one of the most popular serial actresses. Her work in Colors most popular show Balika Vadhu as Teepri was also well appreciated.[3] She is currently playing the role of Priya Ram Kapoor in Ekta Kapoor's Bade Acchae Lagte Hai. The show along with her character of priya has also become popular and her acting skills are well praised.
Julie Williams (née Olson; previously Banning and Anderson) is an original fictional character on the NBC daytime drama, Days of our Lives, a long running serial about working class life in the fictional town of Salem.
The character of Julie was introduced as a 16-year-old when the show premiered in 1965, with 22-year-old Charla Doherty being the first actress to play Julie.[1] The role is unsuccessfully recast twice with Catherine Dunn in 1967, followed by Catherine Ferrar from 1967 until 1968.[2] The role is then taken over by actress Susan Seaforth Hayes in 1968, who still portrays the character to this day.[3] Julie is the only original character to regularly be portrayed on the serial. Hayes is the second longest running cast member surpassed only by Frances Reid, who died in 2010. Hayes is most recognizable in the role, having portrayed the character in the show all six decades it has been on the air.[3]
Doug Williams and Julie Olson were the first super couple in the history of the daytime industry. The January 12, 1976 cover of Time magazine featured Days of our Lives' Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes, the first and only daytime actors to ever appear on its cover.[4][5][6] The Hayeses themselves were a couple whose onscreen and real-life romance (they met on the series in 1970 and married in 1974) was widely covered by both the soap opera magazines and the mainstream press.[7]
Julie was often the subject of notable press during the time on her serial. Widely read magazines would routinely publish forthcoming developments in her storylines. For her work as Julie, Susan Seaforth Hayes has been nominated for an Emmy 4 times for Outstanding Actressin a Daytime Drama Series (1975, 1976, 1978, and 1979). No other actress has received as many nominations for their work on DOOL. She has also won two Soapy Awards for Best Actress and Favorite Romantic Female in 1977.[8] She has been described as a legend, and television icon for the soap.
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Ted Corday and Irna Phillips created Julie in the 1960s as part of the story bible for Days of our Lives, a light-hearted soap opera focusing on the troubles of its core family, the Hortons.[9][10] The Cordays and Bell combined the "hospital soap" idea with the tradition of centering a series on a family, by making the show about a family of doctors, including one who worked in a mental hospital.[11] The Julie character officially aired on November 8, 1965 when the show premiered on NBC in color. Julie was the sole character to represent the younger side of the series' main family compared to her adult co-stars. She was the first character to ever speak on the serial when it first broadcast in 1965, and was also the star of the two main scenes in the serial.[1] Julie was also the first to mention the last name of the series when she gave a false name (Julie Horton) to a police officer when he arrested her for theft of a mink stole.[12]
source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakshi_Tanwar

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