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    Nicole Saba

    Nicole Saba

    Nicole Saba (Nicole Chaba Elias) (Arabic: نيكول سابا) is a singer and actress from Lebanon. From 1998-2001, Saba was a member of the Lebanese pop group The 4 Cats, then embarked on a solo singing as well as an acting career. Her debut album was released in 2004, and her first film came out in 2003. She has subsequently had success with additional roles in Egyptian-made films. Nicole was given the award for the best singer in 2004 by Sayidaty magazine
    6 votes

    Mahaya Petrosian

    Mahaya Petrosian (Persian: ماهایا پطروسیان, born January 3, 1970, in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian actress of Armenian descent.
    6 votes
    4 votes
    Angela Sarafyan

    Angela Sarafyan

    Angela Sarafyan (Armenian` Անժելա Սարաֆյան, born June 30, 1983) is an Armenian-American actress. She is sometimes credited as Angela Sarafian. Sarafyan was born in Armenia and moved with her parents to the United States at the age of four. Sarafyan plays "Samantha Evans" on The Good Guys and "Stormy" on Sex Ed: The Series as well as guest-star roles in several television series such as Judging Amy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Shield, The Division, 24, Cold Case, South of Nowhere "Criminal Minds", CSI: NY and The Mentalist. In 2008, she had a recurring role in the USA Network series In Plain Sight. In 2010 Sarafyan joined the cast of The Good Guys. Her role is the offbeat and socially awkward Samantha Evans. She also acted as one of the main characters in the short series Hot Sluts from, which is also featured on Comedy Central Late Night and "Lost and Found in Armenia" in 2012. Sarafyan has acted in the feature films: On the Doll, Kabluey, The Informers, A Beautiful Life, Breaking Dawn, and A Good Old Fashioned Orgy.
    2 votes
    Irina Allegrova

    Irina Allegrova

    Irina Aleksandrovna Allegrova (Russian: Ирина Александровна Аллегрова; born January 20, 1952) is a Russian singer of Russian and Armenian descent. Irina Allegrova was born in Rostov-on-Don in 1952. Her Armenian father Alexander Sarkisov took the last name Allegrov as a pseudonym when he was just 17 and Irina was born under the name Allegrova. Her Russian mother was Serafima Sosnovskaya. Irina was brought up in a theatrical family with famous people who frequented their house and impressed the young girl. Irina spent her early life in Baku, Azerbaijan where she studied piano and ballet. Irina gave birth to one daughter, Lala, at a young age. She left Lala with her parents and moved to Moscow to become a singer at the age of 22. In the early 1980s she became lead soloist in David Tukhmanov's group - ElectroClub. In the late 80's Irina met Oscar Feltsman, who gave her a chance at a solo career and later wrote several songs for Irina. Irina's debut album "My Destined One - Suzheny/Wanderer - Strannik" was written and produced by her then neighbor and friend - Igor Nikolaev. The album, supported by the single "Wanderer" (1991–1992) became number 1 and stayed number 1 for nearly a full
    3 votes
    3 votes

    Mariam Vardanyan

    Mariam Vardanyan was born in Armenia. Mariam is the daughter of well known Armenian Actress Lela Tadevosyan and musician Haikaz Vardanyan. As a child, Mariam showed remarkable potential as an actress. At the age of 3, she began acting on the stage and appeared in numerous live theater productions. By the time she was 11 years of age, Mariam appeared on television as an actress and had appeared on and was the hostess of numerous television programs. At her very young age, Mariam was a national champion Flamenco Dancer. She moved to the United States and received a degree in fine arts from California State University where she studied and excelled at acting, dance and music. Since her graduation, Mariam has appeared in feature films. She is fluent in Russian, English, French and Spanish and has the ability to play a wide range of characters from different parts of the world. In 2007 Mariam Vardanyan won two Awards from King Cultural Productions and Golden Star Award, The Best Actress of the Year and The Best Flamenco Dancer of the Year.
    1 votes

    Seda Aznavour

    Seda (Patricia) Aznavour (born May 21, 1947, Paris) is a French-Armenian female singer and artist, the daughter of Charles Aznavour. She studied at the Armenian Virgins College of Paris, at Jan-Luciere and Matie Alter musical schools. She started her musical career in 1960's, as a radio and TV singer, then released "Rien Que Nous" album (with David Alexandre Winter). She recorded the "Safo" (1970) movie songtrack (written by Georges Garvarentz), played in several French films. In 1960's she moved to USA, where in 1980 she gave a concert tour with Lucy Saroyan. In 1988 Seda recorded "Chants traditionnels Armeniens" album where she performs Yes Qo Ghimetn Chim Gidi (Ես քո ղիմեթն չիմ գիտի) song by Sayat-Nova in a duet with Charles Aznavour. In 2010 they recorded a new duo in Armenian.
    2 votes
    1 votes

    Arlene Francis

    Arlene Francis (born Arline Francis Kazanjian; October 20, 1907 – May 31, 2001) was an American actress, radio talk show host, and game show panelist. She is known for her long-standing role as a panelist on the television game show What's My Line?, on which she regularly appeared for 25 years, from 1950 through the mid-1970s. Francis was born on October 20, 1907, in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Leah (née Davis) and Aram Kazanjian. Her Armenian father was studying art in Paris at age 16 when he learned that both his parents had died in one of the Hamidian massacres perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire in Anatolia between 1894 and 1896. He emigrated to the United States and became a portrait photographer, opening his own studio in Boston in the early 20th century. Later in life, Kazanjian painted canvases of dogwoods, "rabbits in flight," and other nature scenes, selling them at auction in New York. When Francis was seven years old, her father decided that opportunities were greater in New York and moved the family to a flat in Washington Heights, Manhattan. Francis remained a New Yorker until her son moved her to a San Francisco nursing home in 1995. After attending Finch
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