He was considered a class clown and struggled academically, although it wasn’t for a lack of intelligence (Driscoll). He dropped out of school at the age of sixteen and worked odd jobs until joining the United States Air Force, where he worked on bomber jets. He was discharged a year later for failure to appear on guard duty, failure to keep his room clean, and driving while intoxicated (Driscoll). After his discharge, Carlin worked as a DJ at stations in Shreveport and Boston (Altschuler and Burns). In the late 1950s, he teamed up with Jack Burns, doing conventional stand-up routines.
He was nonathletic, shy, and just average scholastically. He was the oldest of 3 boys. Aaron Norris is now a producer in Hollywood, and Chuck’s youngest brother Wieland was killed in Vietnam. Norris grew up with an absentee, alcoholic father, a fact which he says greatly influenced his self-image. Chuck was quoted in an interview saying “I think a lot of my shyness and non-athleticism came because I didn’t have a father to instill those in me,” he says.
Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” is a tragic story of Willy Loman, the father of what can be considered a typical American family. Willy’s father was never there to teach him the importance of tradition, values, or healthy opinions. Willy has spent his whole life chasing the American dream of wealth and posterity working as a salesman. Now in his sixty’s he is suffering from memory loss, he has lost his job, and has no financial security. He never knew his father so he doesn’t have a good sense of his own identity, he makes poor decisions in raising his son’s by instilling a false sense of what it takes to be successful, and allows them to steal and cheat.
Children of the early 70s will also remember him as the voice of Templeton the rat in 1973’s Charlottes Web. Although his career was very successful, Paul was a very troubled soul. He grew up in a stable, loving family, and had an older brother whom he idolized. When the brother was killed in world war two, Paul never got over it so the first of his troubles was unresolved grief. Paul was also a gay man in a time when it was not acceptable;especially in Hollywood, to be open about it.
RAG’S TO RICHES THE SKY IS THE LIMIT Eastside watts , a rural area in southern los angeles. There lies a kid in a liquor store who is starving and will do anything to feed himself. The kids name is abiley and he is a child who doesn’t attend school , and lives his life stealing and selling drugs to make some kind of money. Ashley is his little brother and his right hand man . bailey is 16 , and Ashley is 13 , they both have never had father figure in their life so they have no guidance .
It happened in school, in the fourth form, a teacher for some offence stood him in a corner next to the board, and there and then Nicholson smeared his face with chalk and became a clown. "So I stayed such a class clown over all of the school years." At the beginning of Nicholson's career, as he was a young boy, he was ready to do any work on the "factory of dreams", and very few would dare to predict that he will become one of the movie-legends: ten years Nicholson starred in the low-budget films, a lot of which were directed by Roger Corman. But in 1969 thirty-two-year-old actor attracted the attention of Hollywood in the Dennis Hopper's film "Easy Rider", which became one of the landmarks of film era of the '60s. His first Oscar Jack Nicholson won for amazingly performed role of Randy Patrick McMurphy in Milos Forman's film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
He started writing lyrics in his High School where he also performed at concerts, the concert led to him being signend with Atron Gregory who set him up as a roadie and backup dancer with the young rap group Digital Underground in 1990. Soon people saw his talent and Tupac started rapping on features but his first Solo Album 2Pacalypse did not went well at all. In 1993 him and his friends, including Big Syke formed the group "Thug Life". The group released their only album Thug Life: Volume 1 which went gold and Tupac became known as one of the best rappers in the game. Shakur was also part in the East Coast – West Coast hip hop rivalry in the early 90's where he got involved after the 1994 shooting.
He was picked on and also became frustrated that no one spoke English. His parents always held high expectations for him and frequently Kip felt compared to his older sister, Kristen. Kip felt like he could never please his parents, primarily his father. His father was always the hardest on him as a child, leading to a dysfunctional relationship between the two of them. He was diagnosed with Dyslexia and was held back in the first grade because of how much he struggled with schoolwork.
When Larry gets mad at his parents, he said “they really made my blood boil” (164). It’s humorous because being as a child never know and understand about this sentence. 3. Larry talks like a man, “I pretended to be talking to myself, and said in a loud voice: ’If another bloody baby comes into this house, I’m going out’ ” (166). This’s funny because he’s just 5 years old, but he talked like a man in a movie.
He’s living at home in the beginning, but gets kicked out by his parents because of his drug addiction. Though he is only fifteen he knows a lot about drugs and dealing, and the writer makes him sound like he has been doing drugs for a long time. The environment he is born in, the environment we all are born in is not self-chosen. We don’t choose were we are born and which conditions we are born in to, but the question is, can we break out of the environment we are born in to a better environment? Or perhaps a worse environment than