#113957698 / i) In the Season Two episode ‘All Prologue’, the monstrous Russian thug with the Jimmy Hill chin is played by Oleg Aleksandrovich Prudius, aka professional wrestler Vladimir Koslov (until recently WWE Unified Tag Team Champion).
ii) Not content with acing the role of high functioning alcoholic Jimmy Mc Nulty, Dominic West directed the Season Five episode ' Took'.
This is Brian Thornton, and I am the executive director of the Lev Aronson Legacy Festival.
Based at Southern Methodist University from June 10 to June 17, the festival's goal is to bring back the memory of musical traditions of a great Dallas-based artist and Holocaust survivor, Lev Aronson.
Born on the South Side of Chicago, mom and dad knew their son Maestro Harrell would be an entertainer even before birth.
Know to some as “Randy” from HBO’s The Wire Maestro has Racked up over 5 million streams producing dance music under the name “Maestro Harrell”.
With an absent mother and forbidden from using any form of technology surely things cannot get any worse.
Until that is, he does find a way back online with the help of best friends Abby (Maeve) and Kevin (Harrell).
(Verse 1) I saw her wit alesso in miami Backstage wit tiesto at the grammys On the Afrojet about a week ago But she keep tryna tell me that she not a hoe She got me feelin some way I think she workin thats what I say Oh But I want it in the worst way Listen to me girl when I say (Chorus) Baby I don’t care If you was a hoe If you out here fuckin every dj on the road Baby I don’t care Give a damn bout what they say Yeah I know they had it I still want it either way Baby I don’t care (Verse 2) I saw her out in vegas wit aoki She try and front and act like she ain't know me Ridin round wit Carnage in Chicago Damn Why she have to fuck the homie ohhh She got me feelin some way I think she workin thats what I say Oh But I want it in the worst way Listen to me girl when I say (Chorus) Baby I don’t care If you was a hoe If you out here fuckin every dj on the road Baby I don’t care Give a damn bout what they say Yeah I know they had it I still want it either way Baby I don’t care Most artists choose their name, but M A E S T R O lives up to his.
Much in the same way that one of last year’s great surprises expertly unsettles the viewer.
There are some scares, of course there are, and there is a slight, perhaps unavoidable, predictability to some of them but instead of detracting from the main plotline, they strangely add to the tension, allowing the audience a chance to take a deep breath and subsequently fall into the misconception of thinking they had recovered their composure.
Director Paul Solet has generated an atmosphere of suffocating malevolence that seems to permeate your soul, that while watching instils a sense of constant dread of what might be about to happen. The minimalist, almost invasive direction intentionally meanders throughout, inserting you reluctantly right into the middle of Daniel’s slowly escalating terror.
His is a form of psychological suffering that renders him deeply paranoid, jumping at shadows and reluctantly questioning his own sanity.