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Remembering Cesar Romero: The Man Behind the Joker’s Smile



Who was the man behind Joker’s smile, Cesar Romero?

His trademark was a well-groomed black mustache, and although he mostly played support roles of ‘Latin lovers’, Cesar Romero was a sophisticated man with the manners of a real gentleman. Tall and suave as he was, Cesar elicited smiles and sighs from his admirers, and even some celebrity ladies weren’t immune to his looks and charm. Fans and reviewers alike recognized that Romero was a tremendous talent, who proved to be a lasting and versatile star in a wide range of roles during a nearly 60-year career as an actor, dancer and comedian.

Let us tell you all about this actor, who marked an era of Hollywood film and television.

Early life, family, and education

Born Cesar Julio Romero Junior under the zodiac sign of Aquarius on 15 January 1907, in New York City USA, he held American nationality, and belonged to a family of mixed ethnicity of Cuban and Italian descent. His father, Cesar Romero Senior, was an Italian migrant who owned an import-export company, while his mother, Maria Mantilla, was a Cuban concert singer. Some reports claim that Maria was the daughter of Jose Marti, a Cuban national hero. Cesar had three siblings, namely Graciela, Maria Teresa and Eduardo.

When it comes to Cesar’s educational background, he attended Asbury Park High School, and Collegiate School, a private boy’s school in New York City. Upon matriculating in 1925, Cesar planned to study banking, however, he actually became a professional dancer.


Acting career- beginnings

Cesar’s success on the stage as a dancer led to his acting debut as Tony Rico in the 1933 movie “The Shadow Laughs”. In the following year, he was cast to play his breakthrough role as Chris Jorgenson in the crime-mystery comedy “The Thin Man”, which was nominated for four Oscars- Best Writing, Adaption, Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Actor in a Leading Role (William Powel).

Later in 1934, Cesar was seen in “British Agent”, “Cheating Cheaters”, and “Strange Wives”, but it seems that 1935 was more than good for Cesar, since he was seen in nine movies, mostly playing supporting roles, however, he didn’t go unnoticed. To mention a few, he co-starred in “The Good Fairy”, “Diamond Jim”, and “Rendezvous” among others, and his first lead role was his portrayal of Antonio Galvan in the romantic comedy “The Devil Is a Woman”. Cesar starred opposite the great Marlene Dietrich, and the movie followed the story of a young man who falls in love with a temptress, although he was warned about her. The movie was nominated for the Venice Film Festival Award for Best Foreign Film in 1935.

In the following years, Cesar acted in numerous hit movies, such as “Public Enemy’s Wife” (1936), “Armored Car” (1937), “My Lucky Star” (1938), and “C” (1939), among many others.

Most notable movie roles

Oscar ultimately had over 200 acting credits to his name – it would be hard to mention all of his roles, so we will highlight some of his most notable, such as his portrayal of Lopez in the 1939 western “The Return of the Cisco Kid”, also starring Lynn Bari and Warner Baxter. Later that year, Cesar was cast to play the lead role of Cisco Kid in “The Cisco Kid and the Lady”, and through 1941, he starred as Cisco Kid in six westerns, including “Viva Cisco Kid” (1940) and “Ride on Vaquero” (1941), which marked his early career.

In 1942, Cesar enlisted into the US Coast Guard and served aboard. When the war ended, he was seen as Pepe Castro in the 1947 movie “Carnival in Costa Rica”, a musical romantic drama, which started his ‘Latino lover’ epoch.

The ‘50s saw Cesar mostly starring in romantic comedies such as “Love That Brute” (1950), “The Shadow Man” (1953), “The Americano” (1955), and “Villa!!” in 1958.


In the 1960 musical crime-comedy “Ocean’s Eleven”, Oscar played Duke Santos, co-starring opposite Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Junior. The movie was nominated for the Writers Guild of America for Best Written American Comedy, and the Golden Laurel Award- Top Action Drama. In the 2001 remake of this movie, some of the stars were George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt.

In the same year, Oscar was awarded his Star on the Walk of Fame (Motion Picture) at 6615 Hollywood Boulevard, and at 1719 Vine Street he was awarded his Star on the Walk of Fame for his work on Television.

During the ’60s and ’70s, Oscar co-starred in numerous movies – one of his notable roles was in the movie “If a Man Answers”, and for his performance as Robert Swan, Cesar was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor.

He followed with roles in “A House Is Not a Home” (1964) and “Two on a Guillotine” in 1965, among many others, before in 1966 being seen as The Joker in “Batman: The Movie”, also starring Adam West and Burt Ward,.

Fun fact: Cesar refused to shave his mustache for the role of The Joker, so if someone would approach him close, they could see his much-loved mustache under the white clown make-up. Another interesting fact is that Cesar accidentally created Joker’s evil laugh; he saw the conceptual art of the Joker’s costume and spontaneously began almost maniacally laughing, which was heard by the producer of the movie who said that this is it – the Joker’s laugh.

In the following years, Cesar was seen in “Madigan’s Millions” (1968), “The Red, White, and Black” (1970), “Now You See Him, Now You Don’t” (1972), and “The Strongest Man in the World” (1975), among many others.

The ’80s saw Cesar as Father Garcia in the 1984 movie “Lust in the Dust”, which marked his comeback to Western movies. He followed with his role in “Flesh and Bullets” (1985), and his next notable movie role came in the 1988 movie “Judgement Day”, in which he played Octavio, his first role in a horror film.

In 1989, he was cast to play Vincenzo DiLorenzo in the crime drama “Simple Justice”, while his last movie appearance was his role as Mr. Peretti in the drama “The Right Way”, which premiered four years after his death, in 1998.


Most notable TV series roles

Cesar made his television series debut playing The Manager in an episode of the series “The Bigelow Theatre” in 1951. In the following years, he guest-starred in an episode or two of various series such as “Climax!” (1953).

From 1954 through 1958, Cesar starred as Steve McQuinn in the series “Passport to Danger”, seen in 30 episodes of this adventure drama of a US diplomatic courier who traveled to distant countries, always dodging enemy agents.

Certainly, Cesar’s most recognizable and notable role was his portrayal of The Joker in the series “Batman”. He made an appearance in 22 episodes between 1966 and 1968, becoming the first ever actor who played the DC Comics’ character in a live-action adaptation of the Batman series.

During the ’70s and ’80s, Cesar guest-starred in several hit series, however, he was more focused on his movie roles. Worth mentioning is his portrayal of Peter Stavros in the series “Falcon Crest” – from 1985 through 1988, he was seen in 52 episodes of this romantic drama, which followed the lives of the powerful Gioberty family, the owners of the Falcon Crest Winery, which had 47 award nominations and won eight.

Cesar’s last role was his guest appearance as Diego Santana in an episode of the series “Murder, She Wrote”, in 1992.

Love life, wife, children

Cesar was the subject of numerous rumors mostly concerning his sexual orientation. He never married and didn’t have children, and although he was seen with various celebrities, it seems that none of them was his love interest.

He would publicly escort actresses such as Ginger Rogers, Ann Sheridan, Joan Crawford, and Lucille Ball, among others, but many tabloids described him as a ‘confirmed bachelor’. There have been various speculations about his love life, and many Hollywood biographers rumored about him being gay.

An author, Boze Hadleigh, who wrote the book “Hollywood Gays” included in it a series of claimed interviews, in which, allegedly, Cesar came out as gay. The book was published two years after Cesar’s death.



This great actor, singer, and dancer died on 1 January 1994, at Saint John’s Health Center, in Santa Monica, California, as a result of blood clot issues while being treated for bronchitis and pneumonia. Cesar’s body was cremated, and his ashes interred at Inglewood Park Cemetery, California.

At the time of his death, his net worth was estimated at over $5 million.

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Where is Michael Peterson now? The True Story of His Wife Death



Who is Michael Peterson?

American novelist and convicted killer Michael Iver Peterson was born in Nashville, Tennessee USA, on 23 October 1943, meaning that Scorpio’s his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for having been convicted of killing his second wife Kathleen Peterson; Michael was sentenced to spend his life behind bars without the possibility of parole on 10 October 2003, but was released on house arrest after $300,000 bail was paid in 2011.

Education and early life

Michael was raised alongside his sister Ann Christensen and their brothers John and Bill in Nashville, by their mother Eleanor (nee Bartolino) and father Eugene Iver Peterson; not a lot else is known about Michael’s family, because he respects their privacy.

He was mostly focused on his education while attending a local high school, while some of the activities he was into the most included creative writing, playing soccer and dancing. Michael matriculated in 1962, and then enrolled at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina; he was the editor of the university’s newspaper “The Chronicle” during his four years there, and was the president of the fraternity Sigma Nu. Michael graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in political science in 1965, and then began taking classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Law School.


Michael’s career

In 1965, Michael began working for the US Department of Defense, researching arguments in support of the US military involvement in Vietnam. The year 1968 saw Michael join the US Marine Corps, and he served in Vietnam for three years prior to being honorably discharged as a captain, after he was hit by a car and left with a disability.

In 1999, Michael claimed that he had been presented with two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star with Valor and a Silver Star for his service in the Marine Corps, but the newspaper “News & Observer” later revealed that no records showed that Michael had won any Purple Hearts.

He and his first wife lived in Germany after he was discharged, then Michael moved back to Durham in 1987.

He’s published three novels, all of which related to his time in Vietnam. His first novel “The Immortal Dragon” was published in 1983, followed by “A Time of War” in 1990, and his third “A Bitter Peace” in 2020.

Michael also co-wrote the biographical book “Operation Broken Reed”, together with Arthur L. Boyd, and “Charlie Two Shoes and the Marines of Love Company” with David Perlmutt. He also spent some time working as a columnist for the newspaper “The Herald-Sun”.

Love life and marriages

Michael married his first wife Patricia Sue in 1965, following his graduation; she taught at an elementary school on Rhein-Main Air Base in West Germany, where Michael was stationed. They had two children together, Todd and Clayton.


While living in Germany, Michael and Patricia befriended the Ratliff family, which comprised George and Elizabeth, and their children Martha and Margaret. After George and Elizabeth died in 1985, Michael became their children’s guardian, but he and Patricia divorced two years later, with their children staying with Patricia, while Michael, Martha and Margaret moved together to Durham. Todd and Clayton also eventually came to live with Michael.

He met successful business executive Kathleen Atwater in 1989 – they moved in together in the same year, married in 1997, and he became stepfather to Kathleen’s daughter Caitlin. The marriage ended when Kathleen died on 9 December 2001.

Kathleen’s death and Michael’s trial

Michael called the police on 9 December 2001, claiming that Kathleen was lying down on the floor unconscious, and that she had probably fallen down the stairs.

Toxicology reports showed that Kathleen had drunk some alcohol and taken the prescription drug Valium, while the autopsy showed that she had died two hours after the injuries that she had suffered. Kathleen’s sister Candace Zamperini, as well as her daughter Caitlin both believed that Michael had nothing to do with Kathleen’s death, but they changed their mind after learning that Michael’s bisexual.

Michael was accused of murder, as the autopsy showed that no fall could’ve resulted in Kathleen’s injuries; the prosecution claimed that Kathleen found out about Michael’s gay life, which he had tried to hide, and that he wanted to take her $1.5 million life insurance. It was then revealed that Michael’s friend from Germany Elizabeth Ratliff had also died from similar injuries as Kathleen, and was also found at the foot of her staircase; a second autopsy of Elizabeth’s buried body was ordered, and her cause of death was then officially changed to ‘homicide’. Michael wasn’t charged with Elizabeth’s murder.

He was found guilty of killing his wife on 10 October 2003, and sentenced to spend life behind bars. Michael’s lawyers filed a motion for a new trial on 12 November 2008, but it was denied. It was in the second half of 2009 that a new theory about Kathleen’s death surfaced; it was claimed that an owl had attacked her outside, causing some of her injuries, and that she then fell down and hit her head after running from the owl inside the house. The investigators found two microscopic owl feathers when re-examining Kathleen’s hair.


North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper began investigating the SBI analyst Duane Deaver in the first half of 2010, and Duane was suspended in August of the same year; he was the lead witness against Michael at his trial, and it was revealed that Duane had presented false evidence in 34 cases. Due to these new findings, Michael was released on a $300,000 bail on 16 December 2011, and placed under house arrest.

He entered the Alford plea on 24 February 2017, and was sentenced to seven years in jail, but because he had already served more than that, he was thus released.

The documentary series about the entire case, “The Staircase” was released in October 2004, while its sequel “The Staircase 2: The Last Chance” premiered in November 2012.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Michael’s been staying away from the media’s attention since he was freed in 2017, with the exception of when he published his novel “A Bitter Peace” in 2020.

He can rarely be seen spending time outdoors, as he enjoys the peace of his home; it’s been revealed that Michael no longer has a staircase at his house.

He was physically highly active during his 20s, 30s and 40s, as he worked out at the gym and played a number of sports.

Michael’s a huge fan of American actor and moviemaker Clint Eastwood, while some of his favorite movies include “The Outlaw Josey Wales”, “High Plains Drifter” and “Play Misty for Me”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Michael’s age is 79. He has brown eyes and grey hair, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs around 150lbs (68kgs).

Michael’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000, as of April 2023.

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Lina Medina: How a Five-Year-Old Girl Became a Mother in 1939



Who is Lina Medina?

Peruvian Lina Marcela Medina de Jurado was born in Ticrapo, Castrovirreyna Province, Peru, on 23 September 1933, making Libra her zodiac sign. She’s probably only known for being the youngest mother in human history, as she was less than six years old on 14 May 1939, when she gave birth to her son. Lina was a few months away from turning five when she was impregnated, and it’s believed that it was the rare condition ‘precocious puberty’ that led to this.

Family and pregnancy

Lina and her eight siblings were raised in Ticrapo, by their mother Victoria Losea who was a housewife, and father Tiburelo Medina who was a silversmith.

She was five years and several months old when her father drove her to a hospital in Pisco; the doctors initially believed that Lina had a tumor, due to her abdominal size, but it was then revealed that she was seven months pregnant. Many countries were interested in covering the story; the newspaper “San Antonio Light” reported that a midwife association in Peru wanted Lina to be admitted to a national maternity hospital, while an American movie studio had offered $5,000 for filming rights.


Lina gave birth to her son Gerardo via caesarean section, and the doctors then learned that her sexual organs were fully mature; Gerardo weighed 6lbs (2.7kgs), and was named after Lina’s doctor,

The boy’s father

The identity of Gerardo’s father remains undisclosed. It was widely believed in Peru that Lina had been raped, and her father was even arrested on suspicion that he had done it, but was released as no evidence had been provided to support this. Lina hasn’t revealed the name of her son’s father to this day, and it’s believed that she might not actually know it.

Although the boy lived with Lina and believed that she was his sister, he was eventually raised by Lina’s doctor Gerardo Lozada; he had no health issues while growing up, but was 40 when he died from bone marrow disease in 1979.

Lina’s career

Lina matriculated from local high school in 1952, and although she hasn’t spoken about her further education, it’s believed that she studied at a medical school, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1956.

Lina was then employed at Dr. Gerardo Lozada’s clinic as a secretary, and was thus also able to spend more time with her son.

YouTube videos

Numerous videos about Lina have been uploaded onto YouTube by various users, with most of these covering her strange pregnancy, while others aim to provide additional details about her later life. We’re going to mention three of the most popular YouTube vides about Lina, which’ve contributed to her internet popularity.


Her #1 video “World’s Youngest Mother, Age 5 Lina Medina” has been watched more than 20 million times since 19 April 2014, when it was uploaded by Worlds Biggest; it aims to cover Lina’s pregnancy, as well as her son’s later life.

Lina’s second most popular video – “Top 5 Youngest Mother In The World” – was uploaded by 100M on 6 November 2020, and has been watched over 6.4 million times; it covers Lina’s pregnancy, as well as the pregnancies of four other girls who were less than 10 years old when they gave birth.

Her #3 video, “Así luce hoy la madre más joven de la historia. Tenía 5 años” was uploaded by Badabun on 7 January 2018, and has since been watched close to six million times; it’s a Spanish-language video about Lina, her pregnancy and her son’s (supposed) father.

Love life and relationships

Lina’s love life remains a mystery to this day, and she’s even been able to keep the identity of her son’s father hidden.

She married non-celebrity Peruvian Raul Jurado sometime in the ‘70s, and gave birth to their son in 1972 – Lina had a normal pregnancy, and didn’t have problems giving birth. She hasn’t spoken about how and when she and Raul met, though most of her fans believe that he was her high school sweetheart; it’s also believed that Raul passed away sometime in the first half of the 2010s, but as Lina’s staying away from the media’s attention, this hasn’t been confirmed.


There are also many people on the internet who claim that they know Lina, and that she and Raul divorced in the second half of the ‘80s; these same people claim that she met another man when she was 55, and that the two eventually married, but none of this has been addressed by her.

Lina seems to be married to Raul Jurado as of April 2023, and they have a son together, while she also has a son to whom she gave birth when she was five.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Lina’s never been interested in making money out of her story, and has turned down numerous offers from newspapers and magazines, including “Reuters” in 2002.

It’s still today believed by many doctors and experts that Lina’s pregnancy was a hoax, but a number of doctors have still been able to prove that it was true, thanks to X rays and biopsies; the only photo that can be found on the internet about the entire case features Lina when she was seven and a half months pregnant, and was standing naked.

She grew up being physically active and took part in various activities while attending a local high school, while she was also an avid dancer.

Lina was passionate about travelling during her 20s and 30s, but then preferred the peace of her home over flying to other countries.


Height, eyes and wealth

Lina’s 89 years old. She has brown eyes and medium long grey hair, is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall and weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).

Lina’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000, as of April 2023.

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The Untold Truth of Emma Watson’s Brother – Alex Watson



Who is Alex Watson?

The Wealth of Alex Watson

As of early-2020, Alex Watson has a net worth estimated to be Alexander Watson was born on 15 December 1992, in Paris, France, and is best known for being the brother of actress Emma Watson who found fame in the “Harry Potter” film franchise, playing the role of Hermione Granger. The siblings appeared together in a Burberry fashion campaign, and he’s also made several cameo appearances in the “Harry Potter” films.

over $1 million, earned through success in his various endeavors, including modeling and acting projects.

He may benefit from the success of his sister, as Emma has a net worth estimated to be over $80 million.

Early Life and Cameo Appearances

While Alex was born in Paris, the family later moved to England where he and Emma grew up. He lived mostly away from the spotlight, and his skill with the French language started to decline as he became more accustomed to living in the UK. His life started to shift when Emma desired to pursue an acting career. While he didn’t have the same interests, he supported her endeavors as she began training, and appearing in a few stage productions.


Emma’s fame increased significantly after she was cast in the “Harry Potter” film series as one of the lead characters, Hermione Granger. While the producers didn’t initially think that the film would be the worldwide phenomenon it is today, many of its cast members would grow close like family.

More Cameos and Modeling

The crew also involved other family members such as Alex, who would appear in a cameo as a student in the first film “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”. The film is based on the JK Rowling novel of the same name, following the story of the titular Harry Potter as he goes on magical adventures with his closest friends.

The first installment was a huge critical and commercial success, becoming the highest-grossing film of 2001.

They later followed it up by continuing the book series, with “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, and Alex had another cameo in the film as a student. The 2002 film is based on the book of the same name, and continues the adventures of Harry Potter during his second year as a student of Hogwarts. In the film, he discovers that the Chamber of Secrets in the school has been opened, leading to a monster being set loose. The film, like its predecessor, was an enormous success, becoming the second highest-grossing film of the year, only behind “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”.


For the next two “Harry Potter” films, Alex was busy with other projects so he didn’t make an appearance. He later returned to make a short cameo in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” – in that installment, Harry Potter and his best friends go through their fifth year at Hogwarts, and deal with the aftermath of the return of feared wizard Lord Voldemort.

Burberry Campaign

In 2010, media outlets reported that Alex would be partnering his sister in a campaign for the fashion brand Burberry. He didn’t initially plan to model for the brand, but while he was looking for something to wear for a “Harry Potter” premiere, he was approached by the staff who quickly signed him for a modeling gig.

Emma was there to help him as she has more experience with modeling projects. He notes that there is a lot of tension during auditions for models, as everyone is on edge trying to get a job. It didn’t seem that he continued with modeling after that gig, as he expressed no interest in being overly concerned about his physical appearance.

Personal Life

Following Alex’s appearance with Burberry, there has been no news about him. He’s been more private about his career and personal endeavors so nothing is known in terms of any romances. There are social media pages under his name, though they appear to be fan accounts, and unrelated to him.


His sister is known to be a universalist though it is not known if he shares the same beliefs.

Sister – Emma Watson

Despite having only acted in plays before her big-screen debut, Emma Watson flourished in her role as Hermione Granger, launching her to international star status. While working on the franchise, she gained numerous other projects, and after the end of the “Harry Potter” films, she went on to star in other projects.

In the 2010s, she appeared in notable films such as “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, “The Bling Ring”, and “This is the End”.

In 2017, she played the character Belle in the live-action adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast”, and also appeared in the film adaptation of “Little Women”, which was nominated for an Academy Award.

Emma Watson’s Recent Projects

In 2014, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts rewarded Emma with the British Artist of the Year Award. She hasn’t yet taken any new film projects following her appearance in “Little Women”. While working on her acting career, she continued to pursue her education, and completed a degree in English literature in 2014.


She’s also been doing modeling work, such as for campaigns with Lancome and Burberry.

Emma’s been very vocal about issues of human rights and gender equality – she is a UN Women Goodwill ambassador, and is responsible for helping launch the campaign HeForShe, the goal being for genders to work towards having gender equality. She’s been very active in work for women’s rights, recently establishing a legal advice line to help women who’ve suffered sexual harassment at the workplace.

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