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Valerie Plame is an American spy whose identity was revealed by a Washington Post reporter in 2005. President George W. Bush and members of his administration were suspected of orchestrating the leak after Plame's husband, diplomat Joseph Wilson, wrote an article criticizing the Bush administration for exaggerating evidence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. One of Bush's top aides, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was convicted and sentenced to 30 months in prison for the "Plame Affair," as it became known. Plame retired her CIA post in response to the incident.

Valerie Plame, America’s Most Famous Ex-Spy, Finds her New Identity: Running for Congress


If you are writing a script the use of puns can be very gratifying, although it may not be understood in the same and/or intended way by all your audiences given that their usage and meaning are entirely local to a particular language and its culture.The pun is a form of word play which suggests two or more meanings, by exploiting multiple meanings of words, or of similar-sounding words, for an intended humorous or rhetorical effect.

 Sophia Loren Plays a Holocaust Surviver in new movie

Sophia Loren, 84, looks fantastic in a flowing grey wig on set of new film The Life Ahead as she prepares to make a hotly anticipated return to screens after 10 years The glamorous screen siren is currently filming her first movie role in almost ten years, for a project being directed by her 46-year-old son Edoardo Ponti. This will be the Italian movie legend's hotly anticipated return to screens and fans will see the star take on the role of a Holocaust survivor who spends her time taking care of the children of prostitutes.


Margareth Geertruida Zelle ( August 7, 1876- October 15, 1917) is the most famous and controversial spy of World War One.  She was also known as Mata Hari,  a Dutch born woman who carried exotic stripping to an art form. So many myths and legends have surrounded her past that it's hard to tell reality from mystery.  

 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards


Despite its controversial final episodes, HBO's unstoppable Game of Thrones earned 32 Emmy Award nominations, including best drama series — and shattered the record for the most nods for a show in a single season. Close behind were Amazon’s critic-favorite comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with 19 nominations, and HBO’s surprise hit Chernobyl with 18. NBC’s Saturday Night Live also walked away with 18, and landed plenty of noms for its celebrity guest hosts, including Sandra Oh, Emma Thompson, Matt Damon, Robert De Niro, John Mulaney and Adam Sandler. FX’s absorbing drama Fosse/Verdon and HBO’s dark comedy Barry tied with 17 each, while Netflix’s When They See Us, Ava DuVernay’s searing miniseries about the Central Park Five, scored 16 nominations. The 71st annual Primetime Emmy Awards air Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on Fox.