Not all actors had that ‘Hollywood’ life style from the get go. Some had the tough job of being in military service. These ten actors are household names, they’ve gone on to great things, and they all have one thing in common – they are veterans. Some of them made use of military education benefits to further their careers.
Athens is home to the real Parthenon, however the architectural masterpiece has inspired architecture from around the world. The replica of the Parthenon in Nashville with its copy-cat design has become an iconic landmark in the city and is considered a must-see attraction in Nashville.
The construction dates back to 1897 as a focal point in Centennial Park.
Bob Johnston, who produced Bob Dylan's celebrated "Blonde on Blonde" album and Johnny Cash's live "At Folsom Prison" in a career spanning more than 50 years, has died at the age of 83.
The producer died on Aug. 14 in a Nashville hospice, said Charlie McCoy, a veteran studio musician who often worked with him.
Hollywood actor Jonathan Jackson, well-known from his stint on the American soap opera General Hospital and a current protagonist on the TV series Nashville, visited the Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos last week with his 12-year-old son Caleb.
Jackson, who was baptized in the Orthodox Christian faith in 2012, met with Vatopedi Abbot Efraim over the weekend.