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show business

the entertainment industry, including theatre, films, television, and radio
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He retired in September after nearly 50 years of show business. He died at his home in Blackpool and leaves a widow and a son, James Casey, now a leading light entertainment producer with the BBC.
In 2006, she suddenly went off the nosy show business radar and took on a more low profile persona.
London [UK], Jan 17 ( ANI ): Thanks to Meghan's new royal role recently handed down to her by Queen Elizabeth, the Duchess of Sussex may land back in show business.
'Araw Gabi' with Barbie Imperial was his first TV project after his two-year hiatus from show business. This was immediately followed by another upcoming drama series under RSB Drama Unit.
Fortunately, after a few years, Snooky was able to recover and to return to show business again.
His sole focus at the moment is to continue getting better and he has made no formal or informal decision about retiring from show business.
Actress Kajol has said show business is 'simply just another business,' which is dominated by men.
HE excelled in all branches of show business - a brilliant actor, excellent comedian, a wonderful storyteller.
" I have been trapped in some posh toilets including those at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace" "I have not survived in show business for 50 years by being Mister Nice.
Berlin's popular score includes such songs as "There's No Business Like Show Business" and "You Can't Get a Man With a Gun."
Although his surname gave him a jumpstart in show business, Brian admits he is still "trying to find my place" in an industry where there are many good actors.
TELEVISION favourites the Chuckle Brothers have celebrated 50 years in show business with the release of their autobiography, The Chuckle Brothers: Fifty Years of To Me...