Both guys each amassed millions and millions of followers and are easily two of the leading forces on Vine. Marcus: Jim Carrey and Robin Williams, because of "their charisma, their bigness, their characters, everything.
FYI, Vine debuted in 2013, so it's only about two years old. How does one handle all the attention -- knowing an insane amount of people know who you are and are constantly following your work?
John Harold "Jack" Duckworth was a fictional character from the British ITV soap opera, Coronation Street, played by Bill Tarmey.
The character debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 28 November 1979.
Other storylines include coping with his wayward son Terry (Nigel Pivaro) and his hobby for pigeon keeping.
In his final storyline he was portrayed as having incurable non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
All grown up: Vince Vaughn - pictured at the New York premiere of Delivery Man in November of 2013 - sat down for an interview with Playboy as he touched on several topics including past relationships and his current one 'She's great': The actor, now 44, discussed his relationship with Jennifer Aniston in the article as he said he 'spent most of that time finding ways not to be drawn into the attention,' as they were pictured together in Malibu back in November 2005'You like someone and you’re spending time with them; that’s separate and that was all fine.
On Sunday (Nov.1), the first-ever Stream Con NYC wrapped up its successful three-day weekend of "celebrating digital content and online video." I had the pleasure of attending a Q&A panel for Vine superstars Thomas Sanders and Vincent Marcus. Check out some of our favorite highlights from the panel.Twitter users are joking around that Vincent may now in fact kill his fellow actor."Sean Penn is dating Vincent D'Onofrio's daughter and my first thought was: 'I can't wait for Sean Penn to get murdered by Vincent D'Onofrio,'" one user joked.In April 2010, it was announced that Tarmey would leave the series later that year.His last appearance was broadcast on 8 November 2010, with ITV also airing a tribute documentary for him.Having been in the show for 31 years, he was one of the longest-serving characters.