From Mr. T Cups to Bumper Kardashians.
Mr. T., born Laurence Tureaud, was already quite a personality well before he began appearing regularly on television. He developed his Mr. T persona in the late 1970s while working as a bouncer. His bouncer work led to him becoming a high profile bodyguard.
Devoted Christian Mr. T grew up with a strict mother who instilled in him a sense of morality he couldn't waver from, even
"I was being trained because I wanted to be a preacher like my father. I wanted to talk about Moses, I wanted to talk about
Dancing raisins want to teach the rest of us about a good night's sleep. Why this hairdresser thinks everyone needs a perm.
What was Geraldine Deal doing with that hippie ring? It wasn't her style.
Bob Calhoun's got a new book out called Shattering Conventions: Commerce, Cosplay, and Conflict on the Expo Floor, and we thought we would pick his brain about the crazy world of fan boys and girls, expos, trade show and conventions.
Mr. T returned to the United Center and took part in the "shoot-the-puck" competition during the second intermission and
Although he loves fashion, he's open to new ideas in whatever form it comes. He always reads science fiction to remind him
Sylvester Stallone saw the star on the rise in a bouncer competition on television, and offered him the role of Clubber Lang
Baking is relaxing for some, and incredibly stressful for the rest of us. With good reason: One tiny mistake and you could
Saturday NIght Live has released footage of Zach Galifianakis getting his head shaved in to a Mr. T-style mohawk simply so
You can see why bailouts fail. Wall Street and lottery winners have a common bond. They have access to easy money without restraints.