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Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa was born in Tokyo and lived in various cities while growing up, as his father was in the US army and his mother was a Japanese actress. The family finally settled in Southern California, where Cary began acting in high school. He was an exchange student in Japan while studying at the University of Southern California.
Cary moved back to Japan after college, but was disappointed when he felt like an outsider, not having lived there in so long. He returned to America and, at the age of 36, began his acting career. He got his first big break as an actor when he was cast in Bernardo Bertolucci's film "The Last Emperor." He played roles in "James Bond: License to Kill," "Rising Sun," "Mortal Kombat," "Planet of the Apes," and dozens of other movies. He was also in many TV series, including "Baywatch" and "Hawaii Five-O."
Cary's new focus for the movies and television is to play the good guy, since until recently, he portrayed mostly bad guys. Despite his formidable Martial Arts prowess, the bad guy is invariably defeated, Cary is certaintly quite different in real life. Everyone who knows him personally always note his calm and centered energy associated with being beyond winning and loosing. For over 35 years, Cary Tagawa has been developing his new form of Martial Arts called Chuu Shin this interview is mostly about.
Welcome to our 6th annual Thanksgiving Eve Edition of the jrilshow. TONIGHT: We are spending time with Author Charles Cary. He will talk about his new reality TV Show and much much more!! Plus the world famous Listening Lounge is in full effective as well. Listen while you prepare tomorrow's meal....a tradition like no other, the Thanksgiving Eve edition of the jrilshow.
On the latest episode of the BIG show, Emmy-award winning writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga and actor Abraham Attah will be our special guests to talk about their upcoming coming-of-age, jungle drama, Beasts of No Nation. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including The Walk, Freeheld and He Named Me Malala all on Episode 276 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
The Tide keeps on rolling with a 31-6 victory over Mississippi State and BAMS is rolling right along with them. We'll welcome Rachel Baribeau to the program to lead off, and then we'll have a mega segment with William "Redfish" Barger that will look at everything under the Crimson Tide sun. The action starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
Alabama played its most complete game this past Saturday in demolishing the LSU Tigers 30-16. They've moved up to #2 in the CFP rankings, but those still don't matter at this point. BAMS will welcome AP Steadham back to the program to lead us off. We'll alsobe joined by a pair of first time guests in former Crimson Tider Will Lowery and Ben Wait, Mississippi State beat writer for the Commercial Dispatch. They'll be doing their part to get everyone prepared for a tough Mississippi State Bulldogs team in Starkville this weekend. The action starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
Cary Schuler is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of cfactor. Since its founding in 1999, cfactor has rapidly expanded its operations currently servicing clients across the Globe. It has received recognition as one of Canada’s fastest growing companies (Profit Magazine), Hottest 25 Innovation Companies (CIX) and Top 100 Employers (Mediacorp).
Cary has been instrumental in growing the company’s reputation in the market as a trend-setter in delivering innovative human capital management technology through it top rated Vibe HCM product suite - winner of multiple Brandon Hall Technology Excellence Awards.
Talk to the Twins live with Artist/Producer EWC3 Music
Entertainer. Singer. Songwriter. Producer. Multi-Instrumentalist. Artist. Visionary. Lover of God and lover of all.
A man of many titles, Atlanta based performer Edward William Callier III carries a message of love, life, and happiness. With him, he brings a passion, a mission, and a raw determination to, in some way, change the lives of those touched by his music.
Born August 10th, 1995 to Joan and Ricky Callier in the city of Portland, Oregon, he was raised in a musical household, home to Multi-Music Studios and frequented by the likes of Nathan East, Cary Simms, and the Debarge Family. In 2000, the family relocated to the small town of Covington, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta.
It was there that he began his musical journey and at a young age, he spent hours upon hours daily writing, practicing, and learning new material. In this household, he was exposed to the music of EWF, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Prince, Miles Davis, and more. As he grew older, he began to play and sing around America in churches, at events, and with artists such as Latrese Bush, Taresa Noye, Gary Jenkins from the group "Silk", and more. He began to perform concerts and festivals of various sizes with bands ranging from genres such as R&B, neo-soul, pop, and funk to reggae, rock, fusion, jazz, and more.
In 2015, he briefly attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts to study Professional Music as a voice primary before returning to Atlanta to complete his first full project as a solo recording artist, the #LateNightsTurnedEarlyMornings EP, as well as an accompanying film.
He is now in preparation for his first multi-national tour as a solo artist, the "WMAWGOT: We Might As Well Go On Tour" Tour, scheduled for Summer 2016.
What's next? Stay tuned to find out. Welcome to the eXperience.
Back to the grind of the SEC season for both BAMS and the Crimson Tide. Next up is the LSU Tigers. We'll be joined by John Garcia Jr from Scout.com as well as Ross Dellenger from the Advocate in Baton Rouge to talk every angle of the highly anticipated contest this Saturday. Of course, the College Football Playoff did their first rankings, and even though they're ridiculous (and humorous), we'll discuss those as well. The action starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
Everyone's favorite game is this week, the one against that legendary school called "Bye." The Tide has never lost to this school, and won't start this week. BAMS will be joined by Hannah Chalker, and Jimmy Stein as well as new guest Brett Beaird on the show tonight. We'll be talking Tide football, basketball, and everything in-between. The action kicks off at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
A whirlwind weekend spills over into Week 8. KD opens things up analyzing everything Cowboys, from Dez's "almost" to Hardy's tirade to the erroneous "AWOL" reports. How did Matt Cassel affect the entire offense and where exactly is the offensive line? He's joined by Danny Kelly of FieldGulls.com to bring everone up to speed on the 2x NFC Champs. Legion of Boom, but with Cary Williams? Offensive line a turnstile? What's the latest on the revenge-minded Seahawks? Ryan Burns then checks in.. who is Fugazi in the AFC and why are the Steelers still good? Any trade partners on the horizon for Dallas?
All this and more on the latest episode of Crunchtime! Join us!
Any episode that involves both a letter from a listener about how her kids enjoy YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour and a report from a former guest about people having sex while listening to your friends in podcasting has got to be hilarious and that certainly is the case this week!
Stand-up comedy, binge-watching, the suffragette movement, the Z Channel, Netflix, misogyny, Nancy Drew and Beth Henley’s “Abundance” are just some of the many topics covered on this week’s show. Enjoy!
Critically acclaimed as the premier talent out of Michigan is the break-through for the christian youth. After years of success in the secular world he reached a point of change through his exercised faith in the Lord's plan and has become a christian artist through countless prophecies spoken to him now being confirmed. Called to the forefront by prophecy & creating his own style of music genre which he deems "Faith N' Bass”, Kevin Anthony is not just a new face in the market but a chosen individual to bring the message of repentance into music
Tawanda McCrimon is a independant fashion model who was born and raised in North Carolina. Tawanda still remains in the NC area along with her husband and her 11 year old son. She graduated from University of Pheonix with a Bachelors in Business Administration in 2012. Tawanda has also attended John Casablanca Modeling Center in Cary, where she graduated from in 2014. From 2012 until Now,
Carolyn will discuss The 10th Annual Silent Tears No More Domestic Violence Prayer Breakfast.
When: Saturday, October 31, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
Where: Greenbelt, MarylandG