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* Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Millar, who were obscure and unknown authors at the time, created the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel line. By the time they were done, Bendis was Marvel's most important author, and Millar started his own imprint and turned many of his own comics into notable films.

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* Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Millar, who were obscure and unknown authors at the time, created the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel line. By the time they were done, Bendis was Marvel's [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]]'s most important author, and Millar started his own imprint and turned many of his own comics into notable films.



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* Creator/AshleyClements, Creator/MaryKateWiles, Creator/LauraSpencer, Creator/JuliaCho, Creator/JessicaJadeAndres, Creator/ChristopherSean, Creator/AllisonPaige, Creator/BrianaCuoco, and Creator/DanielVincentGordh in ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries''.

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* Creator/AshleyClements, Ashley Clements, Creator/MaryKateWiles, Creator/LauraSpencer, Creator/JuliaCho, Creator/JessicaJadeAndres, Laura Spencer, Julia Cho, Jessica Jade Andres, Creator/ChristopherSean, Creator/AllisonPaige, Creator/BrianaCuoco, Allison Paige, Briana Cuoco, and Creator/DanielVincentGordh Daniel Vincent Gordh in ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries''.

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* Creator/AshleyClements, Creator/MaryKateWiles, Creator/LauraSpencer, Creator/JuliaCho, Creator/JessicaJadeAndres, Creator/ChristopherSean, Creator/AllisonPaige, Creator/BrianaCuoco, and Creator/DanielVincentGordh in ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries''.


* Creator/AshleyClements, Creator/MaryKateWiles, Creator/LauraSpencer, Creator/JuliaCho, Creator/JessicaJadeAndres, Creator/ChristopherSean, Creator/AllisonPaige, Creator/BrianaCuoco, and Creator/DanielVincentGordh in ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries''.



* Creator/JessicaRose in ''WebVideo/{{Lonelygirl 15}}''.

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* Ken Squier at the 1979 Daytona 500, the first [[UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} 500-mile race]] to be broadcast in its entirety live on national television in the United States.

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* Chris Cuthbert during the 1988 Stanley Cup playoff game between the Washington Capitals and New Jersey Devils on April 18. A power outage struck the UsefulNotes/{{Montreal}} area, which ended the telecast from that city, and Creator/{{CBC}} was forced to turn to Cuthbert in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC to provide the full broadcast play-by-play, analyst, and host.

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* Jon Miller on ''Sunday Night Baseball'' on Creator/{{ESPN}}.


* Howard Cosell on ''Series/MondayNightFootball''.



* Brent Musburger and Greg Gumbel on ''The NFL Today'' on Creator/{{CBS}}.

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* Brent Musburger and Greg Gumbel Tim [=McCarver=] at the 1985 World Series, when he was tabbed by Creator/{{ABC}} to serve as a last minute replacement for Howard Cosell, who was on ''The NFL Today'' on Creator/{{CBS}}. the outs with the network due to his controversial book ''I Never Played the Game''.


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* Brent Musburger and Greg Gumbel on ''The NFL Today'' on Creator/{{CBS}}.


* Bob Costas on the ''Major League Baseball Game of the Week'' on Creator/{{NBC}}.

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* Bob Costas on the ''Major League Baseball Game of the Week'' on Creator/{{NBC}}.Creator/{{NBC}}, in particular, the "Ryne Sandberg Game" between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals on June 23, 1984.


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* Dick Stockton at the 1975 World Series, where he was behind the mic on Creator/{{NBC}} when Carlton Fisk hit his now iconic home run in Game 6.

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* Bob Costas on the ''Major League Baseball Game of the Week'' on Creator/{{NBC}}.


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* Brent Musburger and Greg Gumbel on ''The NFL Today'' on Creator/{{CBS}}.


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* Sean [=McDonough=] on Creator/{{CBS}}' Major League Baseball coverage, when he was tapped to replace Jack Buck as their lead play-by-play announcer beginning in 1992.


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* Chris Schenkel at the 1958 NFL Championship Game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants, dubbed "The Greatest Game Ever Played".

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* Dick Enberg at the 1969 Houston-UCLA college basketball game dubbed the "Game of the Century". It marked the first time that a regular season UsefulNotes/{{NCAA}} basketball game was televised nationwide in prime time.
* Jim [=McKay=] on ''Series/WideWorldOfSports''.
* Al Michaels with the [[Film/{{Miracle}} "Miracle on Ice"]] at the [[UsefulNotes/OlympicGames 1980 Winter Olympics]] in Lake Placid, New York.
* Vin Scully at the [[UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}} 1953 World Series]]. At just 25 years of age, Scully became the youngest person to ever broadcast a World Series game.

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** Kevin Clash's Muppet career was launched on ''Sesame Street'' when Richard Hunt tossed him a red Muppet named Elmo and told him "Give it a voice, Clash." The rest is history.

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!!Puppet Shows
* ''Series/SesameStreet'' and ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' for many of the first generation of [=Muppeteers=], the former also launched the careers of several of the newer [=Muppeteers=].
* Noel [=MacNeal=], Peter Linz (coupled with ''Series/BetweenTheLions''), and Tyler Bunch in ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''.
* Karen Prell, Kathryn Mullen, and Steve Whitmire in ''Series/FraggleRock''.


Sometimes an actor can have a star making role in one country (usually their homeland) and a different star making role on a more global basis. For example, Creator/ChristophWaltz was known for years in Germany and Austria before ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'' made him a household name to international audiences. And Creator/MarionCotillard became a star with ''Film/AVeryLongEngagement'' in France before ''Film/LaVieEnRose'' and her Oscar win made her a star abroad.

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Sometimes an actor can have a star making role in one country (usually their homeland) and a different star making role on a more global basis. For example, Creator/ChristophWaltz was known for years in Germany and Austria before ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'' made him a household name to international audiences. And Creator/MarionCotillard became a star with the ''Film/{{Taxi}}'' films and ''Film/AVeryLongEngagement'' in France before ''Film/LaVieEnRose'' and her Oscar win made her a star abroad.

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