50 Cent vs Wendy Hiller

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Rapper, Composer, Businessperson, Record producer
Actress
$110 Million
Net worth 2018
Singers
Industry
Theater Personalities
New York City, USA
Residence
Bramhall, Cheshire, England, UK
United States
Country
British
06/07/1975
BirthDay
15/08/1912
Died On
May 14, 2003
1.83
Height
Andrew Jackson High School
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2014

The album titled ‘Animal Ambition: The Untamed Desire’ got released in 2014 after 50 Cent reworked on it and included some more songs

2012

In 2012, over a beef with Interscope Records, 50 Cent left with his next album still unreleased

2009

In 2009, 50 Cent unveiled his fourth studio album titled ‘Before I Self Destruct’ which was a moderate commercial success

2007

In 2007, 50 Cent released his third album ‘Curtis’, taking the number 2 spot at the Billboard 200

2005

In 2005, 50 Cent released his second official album titled ‘The Massacre’

2004

50 Cent’s first business venture was in form of a ‘Vitamin water’ drink in 2004 titled ‘Formula 50’

2003

His next venture, produced under his group GUnit titled ‘Beg for Mercy’ came in late 2003 to a widespread acclaim

1975

50 Cent was born as Curtis James Jackson in a Jamaican Neighbourhood in Queens, New York City on July 6 1975 to a drug dealer mom

2003

It was here that Hiller died on 14 May 2003 from natural causes

1992

Her last film, ‘The Countess Alice’, in which she played the title role, was released in 1992

1991

Micawber in ‘David Copperfield’, her last appearance was in 1991, as Laurentia McLachlan in ‘Best of Friends’

1988

Her last performance at the West End was in the title role in ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ (1988)

1974

Her depiction of Princess Dragomiroff in ‘Murder on the orient Express’ (1974) was also highly commended

1970

Subsequently, she made two more films in 1970s and five in 1980s

1969

From 1969 onwards, Wendy Miller also appeared in a number of television series

1963

Among her stage work, ‘The Wings of the Dove’ (1963), ‘A Measure of Cruelty’ (1965), ‘A Present for the Past’ (1966), ‘The Sacred Flame’ (1967), ‘The Battle of Shrivings’ (1970) and ‘Lies’ (1975) are most significant

1960

She also made several films throughout 1960s, 1970s and 1980s

1958

Also in 1958- 1959, she appeared in the new Robert Bolt play ‘Flowering Cherry’, first at Haymarket and then at Broadway

1957

In 1957, she had her two films released; ‘Something of Value’ (later released as ‘Africa Ablaze’) and ‘How to Murder a Rich Uncle’

1955

‘The Night of the Ball’ (1955) was another significant production during this phase

1953

Next in 1953, she appeared as Lucinda Bentley in ‘Single-Handed’ (released in the U

1952

Her fifth film, ‘Outcast of the Islands’ was released in 1952

1950

On returning to London, Hiller again played the role in the West End production in 1950

1947

From 1947 to 1949, Hiller appeared as Catherine Sloper in ‘The Heiress’, a stage adaptation of Henry James’s Washington Square

1946

In 1946, she returned to stage and joined the Bristol Old Vic for a season

1945

In 1945, she appeared as Joan Webster in ‘I Know Where I’m Going!’

1944

Later in 1944, she appeared as Sister Joanna in ‘Cradle Song’ and in 1945 as Princess Charlotte in ‘The First Gentleman’

1943

In 1943, she appeared as Viola in Shakespeare's ‘Twelfth Night’

1941

The film, released on 2 August, 1941, was both a critical and financial success

1938

Her first major work in films was ’Pygmalion’ (1938)

1937

In 1937, she made her debut in films as Betty Lovejoy in ‘Lancashire Luck’

1936

Onstage, although ‘Love on the Dole’ (1936) introduced her to the viewers, it was ‘Heiress’ (1947), which is said to be her most significant work

1935

The play was hugely successful and reached the West End Theatre in 1935

1934

In 1934, Wendy Hiller was chosen to play Sally Hardcastle, a slum dweller, in the stage version of ‘Love on the Dole’