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Instead, the doll "may loosely be based on Phillipe and this character that he plays within our little Blond world," David said.
There's a lot more to drama studies, comedic timing and improvisation than just putting on blond hair and playing a ditz or knowing how to cry on cue.
And there's about as many shades of blond as there are complexions; there's tawny, beach blond, honey blond, goldilocks, strawberry blond, ash blond, and, of course, the blondest of the blond, platinum.
BLOND LEADING THE BLOND Drag star Marcia, main picture, and right, from top, Jamie Baulch and Iwan Thomas, Christian Malcolm, Simon Easterby and Scott Quinnell.
Witness to the League of Blond Hip Hop Dancers, a debut fiction collection from Donna Allegra, takes the reader inside competitive New York studios in the title novella, where "the dance class is the hottest game in town for a gay gal.
We find that when women with dark hair work here, they are surrounded by all these beautiful blonds, so eventually they end up going blond too," added Pukiene.
Lawrence Kasdan's romantic comedy "Mumford" joins the April line-up along with "That's the Way I Like It," an outrageously irresistible comedy that revives the glory days of disco; "Iris Blond," a moving yet comedic tale about the pursuit of one's true soul mate and "Jet Li's the Enforcer," an adrenaline-pumping action adventure.
LENIN would have recognised so-called "Red Tory" Phillip Blond as a useful idiot.
I'm a blond, the other two barmaids are blonde and our two bouncers both very big guys with very short tempers are also blond.
Despite the delay, Pacino, wearing totally blond spiked hair and a slightly rumpled khaki suit, had time to talk about comedy and computers and his new hair color.