Tuesday, September 7, 2010

A few of Scotland's finer things!



Here are a few of Scotland's finer things it has to offer. I will be posting in this section all things Scottish all week long, but why not start off with a little bit of eye candy?! I'll post a couple of ladies for the men too!







JAMES McAVOY- born in 1979 in Glasgow Scotland. He lived there until he was 7 when he moved to Drumchapel to live with his Grandparents. He moved to London when he was 20 where he now lives with his wife and new baby.





SHEENA EASTON- born Sheena Shirley Orr on April 27, 1959 in Belshill Scotland. In 1979 she married Sandi Easton, and even though they divorced 8 months later, she retained the Easton name. In 1981 she sang the title song for the James Bond movie "For your eyes only" and is the only singer to be shown on the opening credits singing the song in any James Bond movie. Sheena Easton is still singing and staring on T.V. and in movies.







KEVIN McKIDD- born Aug. 9, 1973 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. As a teenager, he was part of a rock band called Plan 9. He picked up the acting bug after leaving college where he was studying Engineering to study drama. He has many movies and T.V shows under his belt. Most noticeably "Made of Honor" and "Grey's Anatomy". Kevin and his wife, Jane, live in Bedford England with there two children, Joseph and Iona.








ANNIE LENNOX- born in 1954 in Scotland, she left at the age 0f 17 to attend the Royal Academy of Music in London. There she met Dave Stewart and joined the band, The Tourists. When the band broke up in 1979, she and Dave formed the Eurythmics.



5 comments:

  1. Good job! I enjoyed your post. :-)

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  2. Very interesting. I'm waiting on Sean . . . Love the idea, Sarah.

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  3. It only let me post 4 bios and it has huge gaps inbetween them that I couldn't get rid of. Very odd.

    I am getting ready to post the next segment, stay tuned!

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  4. I do to Jena! Such diversity. From starring in "The last King of Scotland" to "Chronicles of Narnia" he does very well!

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