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Ray Moore

Ray Moore may refer to:
Ray Moore (comics) (1905–1984), comic strip artist and co-creator of The Phantom
Ray Moore (broadcaster) (1942–1989), British broadcaster
Raymond Moore (tennis) (born 1946), former South African tennis player
Ray Moore (baseball) (1926–1995), former pitcher in Major League Baseball
Ray Moore (recording engineer), Grammy-award winning classical music recording engineer

Lina Morgana

Lina Morgana, nom de scène de Elina Mikhailovna Korogluyeva, née le 11 janvier 1989 en Russie était une auteure-compositrice-interprète. Elle meurt le 4 octobre 2008 à New York, d’une chute depuis le Staten Island New York Hotel.

Jedidiah Goodacre

Jedidiah Goodacre’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Simon Kean

Simon Kean (born January 11, 1989) from Trois-Rivières, Quebec is a Canadian boxer that qualified for the 2012 Olympics along with Custio Clayton.

Bianca D’Agostino

Bianca D’Agostino (born January 11, 1989) is an American retired soccer player. She most recently played for the Boston Breakers in the National Women’s Soccer League and was formerly a member of the United States U-23 women’s national soccer team. She previously played for the Atlanta Beat of Women’s Professional Soccer.

Chris Perry-Metcalf

Christopher “Chris” Perry-Metcalf (born 11 January 1989) is a former child actor who is best known for playing a Grange Hill pupil called Togger Johnson.
His character receives the nickname ‘Togger’ by the other classmates. His hobbies include football, (he supports Liverpool F.C.) and enjoys boxing, for which he trains several times a week. His favourite TV programmes are The O.C. and The Bill.
He admits he can’t dance but likes to dance around his opponents in the ring. He appeared in a 2003 advert for Camelot Theme Park, which is based in Charnock Richard, Lancashire.
He appeared at the Bournemouth Nightclub Elements on 20 February 2007 to give away sweets and Valentines signed lips to the girls in the 13-17 night. He is in the 2008 series of BBC3’s Celebrity Scissorhands, where celebrities learn to cut hair and do other beauty treatments, raising money for BBC Children In Need.
In 2009, he also played in a team against Morecambe Football Club for a friendly game, he is currently training as an mma fighter at the world-famous kaobon gym in Liverpool whose fighters include UFC fighters, Terry Etim, Paul Kelly, Paul Taylor, Paul Sass and recent debutant Mark Scanlon.

Marcus Haber

Marcus Warren Haber (born January 11, 1989) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a striker for Scottish club Dundee.

Gloria Thato

Gloria Thato is a South African football winger. She plays for University of Pretoria and the South Africa women’s national football team.

Lappies Labuschagné

Pieter Hermias Cornelius ‘Lappies’ Labuschagné (born 11 January 1989) is a South African rugby union footballer who regularly plays as a flanker. He currently plays in the Japanese Top League with Kubota Spears.

Thomas Chalmers Robertson

Dr. Thomas Chalmers Robertson (15 September 1907 – 11 January 1989) was an author, ecologist and conservationist from South Africa. He was also a war correspondent, and Jan Smuts’s anti-Nazi propagandist during World War II. He was driven by three things: his mission to save the soil (and grasses of Southern Africa), his insatiable quest for knowledge (being regarded by some as a genius), and his equally insatiable hedonism.
The T.C.Robertson Nature Reserve situated on the outskirts of the town of Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal is named after him, and he played a role in the development of Ilanda Wilds (a nature reserve in Amanzimtoti to the north of Scottburgh).

Marnitz Boshoff

Marnitz Louis Boshoff (born 11 January 1989) is a South African rugby union player who usually plays as a fly-half or fullback. He plays for the Bulls in Super Rugby, the Blue Bulls in the Currie Cup and the Blue Bulls XV in the Rugby Challenge, having previously played for South African provincial sides Griquas, the Blue Bulls and the Golden Lions in the Currie Cup and for Super Rugby side the Lions. He also had a short stint with Irish provincial side Connacht in the Pro14.

Islam Gamal

Eslam Gamal (Arabic: إسلام جمال‎) is an Egyptian football player currently playing for Al Ittihad.

Jihane Khalil

جيهان خليل (11 يناير 1989 في الدار البيضاء في المغرب – )؛ ممثلة مغربية، فازت في دسمبر 2015، بلقب أفضل ممثلة في الموسم الأول من برنامج عرب كاستنج لاكتشاف المواهب في مجال التمثيل. التحقت بشعبة الفنون الدرامية قسم المسرح في معهد “الكونسرفتوار” في المغرب، وهي تتقن اللغتين العربية والفرنسية، وقد قدمت أعمالًا مسرحية بهما، وهي حاصلة على شهادة الليسانس في الفلسفة، وشهادة الماجستير في الفلسفة وآلياتها النقدية، وتعمل على تقدم أطروحة الدكتوراة في الفلسفة وجماليات الصورة و السينما.

John Kamyuka

John Kamyuka (born January 11, 1989) is a Botswana swimmer, who specialized in sprint freestyle events. He became one of the first ever Botswana swimmers, alongside Samantha Paxinos to compete at the 2008 Summer Olympics, finishing among the top 75 in the men’s 50 m freestyle.
Kamyuka received a Universality invitation from FINA to compete as a lone male swimmer for the Botswana team in the 50 m freestyle at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Swimming in heat five, Kamyuka raced his way to sixth place in a splash-and-dash finish with a lifetime best of 25.54 seconds. Kamyuka failed to advance into the semifinals, as he placed seventy-second overall out of ninety-seven swimmers in the prelims.

Eman Gaber

Eman Gaber is an Egyptian female fencer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics she competed in the Women’s foil, and was defeated 2-15 in the second round.