Famous People Named Adams
Take a look at famous people named Adams, such as Abigail Adams, Ansel Adams, and John Coolidge Adams.
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profile name: John Adams profile occupation: U.S. President
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profile name: Abigail Adams profile occupation: U.S. First Lady
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profile name: John Quincy Adams profile occupation: Lawyer, Diplomat, U.S. President, U.S. Representative
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profile name: Samuel Adams profile occupation: Political Leader
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profile name: Ansel Adams profile occupation: Environmental Activist, Photographer
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profile name: Amy Adams profile occupation: Actress
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In the early days of television, actresses of the small screen often reflected the traditional roles of women in society. TV moms of the 1950s managed to keep a tidy home; serve as an attentive ear to family troubles; and have dinner waiting—all while keeping every hair in place. Jane Wyatt epitomized the archetypal housewife and mother on Father Knows Best, while Donna Reed made running a household look easy on The Donna Reed Show. These women, and many more like them, laid the groundwork for future female acting roles, and served as inspiration to the women watching at home.
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In November 1998, Baywatch actress and Playboy model Carmen Electra wed eccentric basketball star (and sometime cross-dresser) Dennis Rodman in Las Vegas. Rodman filed for an annullment nine days later, claiming he was drunk at the ceremony. The couple had an on-and-off relationship until they divorced the next year, and in the meantime both were arrested for a domestic disturbance.
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Carmen Electra and Dennis Rodman
The 1960s were a time of significant cultural and social change in London. The post-World War II era, coined "Swinging London," saw a youth-driven shift in culture, from old to new. Symbolized by famous faces like English supermodels Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy to "British Invasion" rock bands like the Beatles and Cream, the era created a fresh and modern approach to everything from fashion to music to cultural attitudes. Biography.com looks at the inspirational forces behind the "Swinging London" revolution.
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