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Judy Cornwell

About Judy Cornwell

English actress best known for her role as Daisy in the television series Keeping Up Appearances.

Early life

She attended convent school as a child.


She published an autobiography titled Adventures of a Jelly Baby in 2005.

Family of Judy Cornwell

She married John Kelsall Parry in 1960 and they had one child.

Close associates of Judy Cornwell

She appeared in the 1985 film Santa Claus: The Movie starring, Dudley Moore.

Effie Passero

About Effie Passero

Powerhouse vocalist who skyrocketed to fame after appearing on ABC s reboot of American Idol. She made it to the Top 24 but was eliminated instead of breaking through to the Top 14. 

Early life

She moved to Los Angeles from Modesto, California in 2017 and worked as a property manager while pursuing a career in music.


After elimination, she started work on Better, an album of original songs. Having given up her job and apartment in order to spend two months filming AI, she had to live with her record producer while putting together the album.

Family of Effie Passero

She detailed a problematic relationship with her mother before one of her final performances on the show.

Close associates of Effie Passero

Judge Luke Bryan exclaimed that she sang “Ann Wilson better than Ann Wilson.” after her standout performance of Heart s “Barracuda.”

Devin Gardner

About Devin Gardner

Quarterback who was the number 1 rated option quarterback out of high school in 2010 and joined the University of Michigan, where he became the starting quarterback at the end of the 2012 season.

Early life

He led Inkster High School to the Michigan state championship game both his junior and senior years.


In his third season at Michigan the team converted him to wide receiver, only to turn him back to a quarterback when their starter, Denard Robinson, was injured.

Family of Devin Gardner

He was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.

Close associates of Devin Gardner

His first few years at Michigan he was a backup to Denard Robinson, but he got his opportunity when Robinson went down with an injury in late 2012.



Fanny Howe

About Fanny Howe

Experimental poet and author known for On the Ground, The Lives of a Spirit, and other works. She was the 2005 recipient of the Griffin Poetry Prize and the 2009 recipient of the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.

Early life

She was born in Buffalo, New York to an attorney father and an Irish stage actress mother. She published her debut work, Eggs: poems, in 1970.


She taught at several universities, including Yale and Columbia.

Family of Fanny Howe

She was briefly married to Frederick Delafield. She later wed Civil Rights activist Carl Senna, with whom she had three children. Her daughter, Danzy Senna, became a novelist.

Close associates of Fanny Howe

She was inspired by the poetry of T.S. Eliot.



Andi Manzano

About Andi Manzano

Radio jockey and television host known simply as Andi-9. She gained fame on Magic 89.9 cohosting Good Times with Mo with Mo Twister. 

Early life

Before making her radio debut, she graduated from Miriam College with a degree in communication arts. She would join the Magic 89.9 family at the age of eighteen. 


Outside her hosting career, she also writes for a self-titled lifestyle and travel blog. 

Family of Andi Manzano

Her uncle is game show host Edu Manzano and her cousin is fellow television host Luis Manzano. She married GP Reyes in 2013 and they have one child, Olivia. 

Close associates of Andi Manzano

In 2012, she made her film debut playing the ex-girlfriend of John Lloyd Cruz s character in Unofficially Yours.