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is a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person's feelings or mood.In Western countries, emoticons are usually written at a right angle to the direction of the text.He got his big break playing Egg in the BBC drama This Life, and is famous across the ocean for playing Simon on the BBC Channel 4 sitcom Teachers and Mark in the British romantic comedy Love Actually.He was born Andrew James Clutterbuck on September 14, 1973 in London to an English civil engineer and South African nurse of English descent.Seeing as Walking Dead features British born Lennie James, we thought we’d award our number one spot to British actor and leading man Andrew Lincoln.After enjoying massive success in British sitcoms and dramas, Andrew made the move to Hollywood when he landed his massive role in AMC’s hit show.

The National Telegraphic Review and Operators Guide in April 1857 documented the use of the number 73 in Morse code to express "love and kisses" (later reduced to the more formal "best regards").The September 1962 issue of MAD Magazine published an article titled "Typewri-toons." The piece, featuring typewriter-generated artwork credited to "Royal Portable," was entirely made up of repurposed typography, including a capital letter P having a bigger bust than a capital I, a lowercase b and d discussing their pregnancies, an asterisk on top of a letter to indicate the letter had just come inside from a snowfall, and a classroom of lowercase n's interrupted by a lowercase h "raising its hand." In 1963 the "smiley face", a yellow button with two black dots representing eyes and an upturned thick curve representing a mouth was created by freelance artist Harvey Ball.It was realized on order of a large insurance company as part of a campaign to bolster the morale of its employees and soon became a big hit.Although he’s become world famous for his work on the Walking Dead, Andrew actually admitted to not watching the show: “The original reason is the fact that I don’t actually enjoy looking at myself…And also because of the directorial choices that possibly, because I’ve done it, make you go, “Oh, there’s a take that blah-blah-blah.” But mainly because I did it for a while, I watched it, and it’s a self-conscious thing of watching myself and going, “Oh I like it when I do that.Users from Japan popularized a kind of emoticon called kaomoji (顔文字; lit.

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