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  John Travolta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Travolta, the youngest of the six children born to Salvatore and Helen Travolta, was born in Englewood, New Jersey.
Travolta, who converted to Scientology in 1975 and endorses the teachings of the late Hubbard, had hoped that the film would be well received and be the first in a series of Hubbard film adaptations.
Travolta was previously involved with actress Diana Hyland, who died of breast cancer (reportedly in Travolta's arms) in 1977.
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 Sexy Male Celebrities - John Travolta
Travolta even recorded the requisite pop album during this period and found himself mobbed by teenyboppers at suburban malls.
Travolta's next feature, the well-received Urban Cowboy (1980), featured the dancing lead in cowboy hat and boots as it tapped into America's ascendant interest in country-and-western culture.
Travolta reportedly received an $8 million fee for Phenomenon (1996) in which he plays a man who is struck by a white light and develops superior abilities.
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 Travolta Receives Museum of the Moving Image Award - Specialty Channels
John Travolta first hit the TV screen as Vinnie Barbarino, the cute, loveable, not so an intelligent, wise cracking leader of the “Sweathogs.” John received very little credit as a talented and skillful actor and was almost stuck in the roll.
John Travolta’s movie debut was in 1975 in ‘Devils Rain’ a cult style horror flick then to ‘The Boy in the Plastic Bubble’ as a young teenager who was born without an active immune system.
John Travolta’s next big roll was as Bud a country boy who just wanted to drink and do some county dancing after a hard day’s work, in ‘Urban Cowboy’ who falls in and out of love in the movie that brought country dancing (line dancing and two step) popular even with city dwellers.
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John Travolta is an actor par excellence has established himself in a number of fields including films, stage and not to miss television.
John Travolta as an actor is a highly versatile one.
John Travolta was born to Helen and Salvatore Travolta in Englewood, New Jersey as one of the six children in the family.
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 John Travolta Biography plus pictures, news, information and products.
Travolta also played a lead role in the panned Battlefield Earth (which, oddly enough, is based in a work of pulp fiction), in which he plays the leader of a group of aliens that enslave humanity in a bleak future Earth.
Travolta, who is a Scientologist (converted 1975) and idolizes the late L. Ron Hubbard, had hoped that the film would be well-received and be the first in a series of Hubbard film adaptations.
Travolta is a happily married man, which proves he isn't gay"." Depite his lawyer's contention, rumors of Travolta's homosexuality persist.
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 John Travolta
John's father built a theater in the basement of their home and nightly shows were the norm.
John Travolta was cast in the TV movie "The Boy In The Plastic Bubble" and won critical acclaim for his performance.
John Travolta and his wife, actress Kelly Preston, are proud parents of son, Jett.
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John Travolta is the youngest of six children in a family of entertainers.
In 1975, John Travolta was cast in the sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter", which went on to become a big hit, making John and the rest of the cast household names.
During the 80's John Travolta's career suffered with several box office failures, but in 1994, he made one of the most stunning comebacks in entertainment history by starring in "Pulp Fiction", the critically acclaimed crime drama written and directed by Quentin Tarantino.
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 CNN - Chat
John Travolta:  I believe that we've hit all the favorite story points from the book and, fortunately, the special effects have come to a “state of the art” situation.
John Travolta:  The most difficult part was probably the discomfort of the makeup and wardrobe.
John Travolta:  The boots were modified to a comfortable height and it didn't take very long at all.
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John Travolta Born on February 18, 1954, in Englewood, New Jersey, of Italian-Irish descent.
Travolta came away from the latter with something equally significant, his first major romantic relationship, with Diana Hyland, the older (by eighteen years) actress who played his mother in the movie.
Travolta followed up his Oscar-nominated performance in the movie with lead roles in the film version of the musical Grease (as a slick, singing greaser), and in Urban Cowboy (as a macho honky-tonk-patronizing Texan).
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 John Travolta's House
About a decade ago, Travolta had a home in a fly-in community near Daytona, but was sued by neighbours who claimed his jet airplanes were too big and noisy for their facility.
Travolta literally can walk out his door, under a canopied walkway and into the cockpit, open the long mechanized gate and be airborne in a matter of minutes.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration pilot database, Travolta is qualified in several types of single and multi-engine aircraft, and has the highest pilot medical certification possible.
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 John Travolta
Travolta's pop and cinema interests combined in 1978's Grease, for which he was singularly well prepared, having once toured in a stage version of this musical.
MAY 2000 John Travolta, WRE's favorite movie star, gave us about ten minutes during his whirlwind tour of Atlanta, where he was promoting his new science fiction epic, Battlefield Earth.
Travolta is both producer and star of the film, which is adapted from the first in a series of futuristic novels by L. Ron Hubbard.
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 John Travolta on Digital Hit's Celebrity Row. Biography, news and information
John Travolta's career has had such interesting ups and downs that you may as well charge admission and call it a thrill ride.
Travolta traded his leather jacket in for a cowboy hat when he starred in Urban Cowboy, a film that tapped into America's growing interest in country-and-western culture as Fever tapped into disco.
Travolta moved from a blip on the radar to a name on the A-list when he received great reviews for his role of Vincent Vega in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.
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 John Travolta
Travolta's second film was the now cult-classic horror film, Carrie.
But it was when he took to the dance floor in Saturday Night Fever that Travolta electrified audiences and became a huge star.
Travolta's main hobby is flying planes and he owns several, including a Lear and a Boeing 707.
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 John Travolta
Travolta parlayed his TV fame into movie stardom, dancing in Saturday Night Fever, singing in Grease, and squaredancing in Urban Cowboy.
Travolta's career sank with spectacular duds like Moment by Moment with Lily Tomlin, Two of a Kind with Olivia Newton-John, and Staying Alive, the Sylvester Stallone-directed sequel to Saturday Night Fever.
Travolta says he once used Scientology's "Assist" method, a system of healing through "getting in communication" with the body, to speed Sting's recovery from "a sore throat and flu symptoms or something."
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 John Travolta Interview: Well Rounded Entertainment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Last week, WRE spent some time with John Travolta, one of our favorite screen personalities, a man who is that rare combination of both actor and movie star.
Travolta took the role and a year later, he had received his second Oscar nomination and began the third phase of his career which shows very little sign of letting up.
Although tired from flying his own jet from town to town to promote the film for the better part of two weeks, he entered the interview room with a bit of dance in his step and a smile on his face.
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 Cinema Confidential Interview: John Travolta of "Swordfish"
John Travolta is riding high on the winds of a new public faith, a resurrection in tinsletown, and a pardon from the gallows (ah hem, That's Dancing!, The Dumb Waiter, Staying Alive, etc., though you're better off forgetting).
The press have flurried all day around John Travolta, who has been giving interviews in a tireless, torrential effort to promote his latest Warner Brother's picture, "Swordfish." Despite the tedium, he is high-spirited, and he has skipped dinner to maintain his uncompromising pace.
He kneads Hollywood in the palm of his hand, he kneads the progressive growth of a career that is in full-scale and long-term recovery, and he needs only the continued support and patronage of his fans, to whom he is genuinely and expressively grateful.
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 John Travolta: Scientology sued by gay artist, Michael Pattison
John Travolta has been dragged into court battle between a gay artist and the powerful Church of Scientology.
Defendant Travolta has been a prolific, principal public spokesperson and recruiter for the Church of Scientology, owing fiduciary duties to his fellow Scientologists, making statements, now known to be material misrepresentations, which Plaintiff reasonably relied upon to his detriment.
Defendant Travolta's public statements, "handling" and subsequent marriage were material statements Plaintiff reasonably relied upon, as Commodore Hubbard intended when he taught Defendants how to "use" celebrities such as Defendant Travolta, for the recruitment, brainwashing and retention of the Plaintiff and others.
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 John Travolta actores y actrices y Curiosidades de Cine
Su padre; Salvatore Travolta, era jugador de fútbol semiprofesional y su madre, Helen Travolta, era profesora de teatro.
Lamentablemente en la década de los 80s la suerte de John Travolta cambia radicalmente con una serie de fracasos comerciales con películas como "Moment to Moment", "Two of a Kind", "Perfect", y "The Experts", John recibe de la noche a la mañana tratamiento de persona non grata en los círculos de Hollywood.
John reconoce que el éxito que lo acompaña en los últimos años se debe en gran medida al apoyo incondicional de su esposa Kelly Preston con quien se casó en 1991y con quien tiene 2 hijos: Jett y Ella Bleu.
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 John Travolta
John Travolta was a huge star in the late 1970s, thanks to the success of TV's Welcome Back, Kotter and the movies Carrie (1976), Saturday Night Fever (1977) and Grease (1978).
Travolta, like fellow superstar Tom Cruise, is a Scientologist...He has a pilot's license and owns several aircraft...He has been married to actress Kelly Preston since 1991.
John Travolta - John Travolta actor Born: 2/18/1954 Birthplace: Englewood, New Jersey Film and television actor...
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 CelebNewsWire - John Travolta
The explanation is as simple as it is innocent: John Travolta leans in to helpfully and selflessly suck out the thetans his intergalactic man-friend contracted after being dispatched to planet Earth on a top secret Scientological specimen-gathering mission.
John Travolta and Kelly Preston have received the joyous news of the incubation of a brand new Scientologist, and they've graciously offered up a bit of parental guidance for Tom and Katie: a totally silent birth!
A girl whose father committed suicide when she was a toddler and whose mother is a walking genital chancre can end up this mature, honest, and practical and yet your investment-banker brother's prep-school son deals meth and crashed his Escalade into a White Castle drive-through window.
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 John Travolta @ Filmbug UK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
John Travolta has been honored twice with Academy Award nominations, the latest for his riveting portrayal of a philosophical hit-man in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.
In 1998 Travolta was honored by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts with the Britannia Award; and in that same year he received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Chicago Film Festival.
Travolta starred in Phenomenon and took an equally diverse turn as an action star in John Woo's top-grossing Broken Arrow.
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 John Travolta Picture, Profile, Gossip, and News at CelebrityWonder.com
Travolta and wife Kelly Preston have apparently suggested that Katie Holmes have a 'silent birth', meaning that the child comes into the world without music, background sounds or expressions of pain from the mother, to ensure that the baby can adapt to its surroundings without a fuss.
Travolta and wife are being heavily guarded by security after receiving undisclosed threats.
Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix worried the producers of their upcoming movie LADDER 49 a great deal because they got a little too involved in their firefighting research.
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 John Travolta News
JOHN TRAVOLTA appears to be taking his cross-dressing role in upcoming movie HAIRSPRAY too far after he was spotted kissing a male pal on the lips last week.
Actor John Travolta seems to be taking his cross-dressing role for the upcoming movie 'Hairspray' too far.
The Hamilton Spectator is reporting that actor John Travolta has been flying his plane "in and out" of the Hamilton airport over the last couple of weeks.
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 John Travolta: See what people are saying right now on Technorati
“In photographs published in the newest issue of the National Enquirer, Travolta is seen planting a kiss on the lips of an unidentified man on the...
John Travolta is Gay Seems Travolta has been keeping a big secret.
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 Prisma: John Travolta
Travolta ist der schlitzohrige Anführer einer Schülerbande im Stadtteil Brooklyn, der vier "Sweathogs", die es in Brooklyn dem High School Lehrer Gabe Kotter besonders schwer machen.
In einem Fernsehfeature "Von James Dean zu John Travolta" wird herausgearbeitet, wie sehr Travolta als Markenartikel der Filmindustrie aufgebaut wird und sich an seiner Figur erkennen lässt, wie sich das Star-Image von der Garbo bis in die 70er Jahre verändert hat.
Travolta hat sich als Schauspieler behauptet, machte aber zuletzt nicht nur in den USA Schlagzeilen, als er sich sehr wortreich und konsequent zur Scientology-Sekte bekannte.
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