On This Day: TV and Film History on July 30th

vivica a fox TV and Film History on July 30th

On This Day: TV and Film History on July 30th

History may be annoying to some, but it’s what shapes us in life, especially in film and TV. It allows us to celebrate the lives of celebrities who are entertaining us.

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As well as remember the films and TV shows that entertained us before. So whether we’re saying Happy Birthday or reminded of when our favorite show began, check out the TV and film history on July 30th

TV and Film History on July 30th

Laurence Fishburne

Born: July 30, 1961
Starred In:  The Matrix, Apocalypse Now, Boyz n the Hood, The Matrix Reloaded, and Blackish more.

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Gina Rodriguez-LoCicero

Born: July 30, 1984
Starred In: Jane The Virgin, Miss Bala, Someone Great, Annihilation, and more.

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Aml Ameen

Born: July 30, 1985
Starred In:  Sense8, Yardie, Kidulthood, Inside Man: Most Wanted, and more.

Vivica A Fox

Born: July 30, 1964
Starred In:  Independence Day, Kill Bill: Volume 1, Set It Off, Two Can Play That Game, and more.

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Terry Crews

Born: July 30, 1968
Starred In:  Brooklyn Nine-Nine, White Chicks, Everybody Hates Chris, Friday After Next, The Expendables, and more.

She Hate Me

Synopsis:  Fired from his corporate job, a man (Anthony Mackie) agrees to impregnate his ex-fiancee (Kerry Washington) and a slew of lesbians for money.
Release Date: July 30, 2004

The Manchurian Candidate/h3>
Synopsis:  Years after his squad was ambushed during the Gulf War, Major Ben Marco (Denzel Washington) finds himself having terrible nightmares. He begins to doubt that his fellow squad-mate Sergeant Raymond Shaw (Liev Schreiber), now a vice-presidential candidate, is the hero he remembers him being. As Marco’s doubts deepen, Shaw’s political power grows, and, when Marco finds a mysterious implant embedded in his back, the memory of what really happened begins to return.
Release Date: July 30, 2004

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