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Actor Ronnie Kokas was born in Richmond Hill, Queens NY. He went to Miami where he spent a great deal of his childhood. He traveled back and forth for hockey to Boston and New York. He came to New York and after two successful years here he went to do two years at a NCAA School in Worchester, MA. After his Sophmore year he moved in with his parents in Chester, NJ where he began his acting career two years ago.
Check out his websit to find out more about him at: http://ronniekokas.wix.com/ronniekokas
John Corrigan is a well known, accomplished actor who has worked in film, radio, and television. He has worked in projects produced by Omega Productions, Aphtics Productions, Walt Disney Films and many others too many to list.
His current project "A Clear View", is a project Produced by Sean "Sportcoat" Brown II and Directed by the Legendary John Dawson and wife Jeanette Dawson. The film "A Clear View", is a hard hitting storyline based on and inspired by true life events of Mark Barmore. Mark was a young Rockford, Illinois resident who was chased into a local church and shot by police though he was unarmed.
John's ability to become totally absorbed in a character role continues to make him a major asset to any film project.
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Actor Keith Robinson Cast In James Brown Biopic, ‘Get On Up’
Things really seem to be coming together for the long-awaited James Brown biopic, Get On Up. Just last week we told you that singer-turned-actress Jill Scott has been cast to play The Godfather Of Soul’s wife. We’ve just learned that Dreamgirls actor Keith Robinson has also been added to the all-star cast.
According to Shadow and Act, the 38-year-old actor will be playing the role of Baby Roy an original member of James Brown’s band. Actor Keith Robinson Cast In James Brown Biopic, ‘Get On Up’ Keith will be in the company of some of Hollywood’s most talented actors and actresses. If you recall, 42 actor Chadwick Boseman has been cast to play the role of Brown. The Help actresses Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis have also been cast to play the late singer’s aunt and mother, respectively.
Keith has already taken to Twitter to thank everyone for their support and express his excitement regarding his new role.
Trena Bolden Fields interviews, film actor, producer and director, Manny Hernandez on his journey and his upcoming film Pure Love.
Manny Hernandez was born in Tijuana Mexico and came to the US at four and didn't start acting until about thirteen years ago." He has four major films due for release in 2014, including Pure Love with Charlene Amoia, The Vanished (which he also produced), and Students Like Us.
Tonight we inverview the interviewer and find out more about the mysterious John Link, and his personal recollections of horror fandom. Call in to ask your own questions, or to share stories of your encounters with the one, the only...John Link!
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A fascinating discussion with senior journalist Charles Robinson, writer?PR guru John Milton Wesley, and Ronn Nichols - who was born and raised in St. Louis. We cover everything from Nelly to Attorney General Eric Holder to Talib Kweli. We discuss the 60s and compare/contrast it with Ferguson today. We talk about the burgeoning police presence and the lawless individuals who are inciting unrest.
Today we will raise questions surrounding the shooting death of Michael Brown, another case of police brutality or the nature of law enforcement:
Why do you think many African-Americans are more likely to perceive this incident as police brutality and not the nature of law enforcement?
If the offender is not armed are there reasonable alternatives to the gun?
A year ago we spoke with a few high school students and ask them about their thoughts about dress and image. How Black youths are perceived by others within the community and outside. A year after Trayvon Martin the nation is discussingMichael Brown & Eric Gardener again we see various media sources attempt to paint a different image of the unarmed young man the same as we saw during the Zimmerman trial.
Check out our past show where young people shared their ideas about images of Black youths and how sometimes perceptions of their language, dress and social media images can be misinterpreted. (Link is at the bottom of page).
How is an unrelated incident of robbery become relevant in discovering if the shooting of an unarmed person (Michael Brown) was justified?
What is it that the various policing agencies want the public to think about Mike Brown after releasing the video?
A) The nation should not be spending this amount of social capital on a criminal
B) He was not close to being the gentle giant as friends and family have claimed
C) The officer was responding to a dangerous individual that posed a real threat to the officer
D) The shooting was justified the state did not execute a saint but rather a thug
Anita Okanigbe-John is an author, life coach, speaker, and a change catalyst. She is a survival of severe emotional and psychological trauma.
Through her story, she has demonstrated God’s ability to transform a painful past into a glorious future as well as His ability to turn a ‘mess’ into a ‘message’.
She has dedicated her life to giving those who are hurting a hope and a purpose to live for. She is currently working on a project to help abused victims get back on track with their life.
Link to her autobiography ‘Miracle In The Storm'
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