On July 24,1969 Guadalupe(mother) and Dave(father) Lopez had a beautiful daughter named Jennifer Lynn Lopez. She had two sisters named Lynda and Leslie Lopez. (Website #3) They lived in Castle Hill Bronx, New York. All her life, Jennifer had went to Catholic Schools and had completed her education from there only. Then she graduated from all- girls Preston high school in her hometown.
Giovanny Sanchez May 5, 2012 Ms. Collins Barbie’s World In everyone’s childhood there is always that one special non-living figure in their personal lives, a figure we admired, something we looked up to be, like an idol. In “You Can Never Have Too Many,” Jane Smiley thanks Barbie for the effect she had on her daughter’s lives as they were growing up to be young adults; by teaching them the feminine side of woman at an early stage, which ultimately allowed their minds to have a lot more options when it really came down to figuring out who they wanted to be at an adult stage. Smiley however, does not effectively support this argument because she gives a lot of credit to Barbie for the way her daughters turn out to be but she’s forgetting
Eventually the studio built Shirley a life-size playhouse where she ate her meals and worked with her teacher. The goal of the studio was to maintain Shirley Temple’s uniqueness by protecting and further isolating her from the outside world. As Shirley aged she starred in her own favorite film, the Kipling adaptation of Wee Willie Winkie, this 9 year old Shirley worked hard to impress the director, John Ford. Other films included The Little Colonel and
She also hosted the 79th Academy Awards. In 1982, Ellen won the best female comedian with the help of friends. Ellen also won outstanding writing for a series in 1997. Ellen still made a comeback after everyone was treating her differently from her appearance in the Oprah Winfrey show. Now everyone loves how she acts and is comfortable of who she
Angelou created easy outlets for people in struggle. She gets guidance from the heart and her words lead people from pitfalls in life. Her words will forever be relevant; her life is to admired. Times do change but young women throughout the years have one thing in common, the desire to fulfill their dreams without carrying the burden of past hurts. Angelou is more than a voice for today’s young women; she is also an inspiration and a blessing to those who read her work.
As a child Fanny's mother took her to every show they could get at and started her love for performing at a very young age. Even though she was the third of four children and had a drunk as a father, her mother still made time for Fanny and cheered her, on her journey to her dream. After winning an amateur talent contest at age 13 singing "When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget" at Keeney's Theater in Brooklyn. She then quit school at the age of 14 to become a performer on the "low-down" burlesque circuits. She later changed her name to Fanny Brice and got her first professional job in the chorus of The Talk of the Town but ironicely she got fired during rehearsals by the big current star George M. Cohen.
A lot of unlucky events happen and suddenly she has to save the world. In the beginning of the novel Kelley starts out as a fairly naïve and even tempered girl who believes her life was made for theatre. Kelley is sociable with her cast (she is currently a professional actor) who she calls family and spends most of her time with them. Kelley is very sociable with her theatre friends/ family she tells them everything in her life because she considers them her mentors. This however changes, Kelley becomes fearful and guarded throughout the novel because she finds out she is a fairy.
Situation comedy is “based on creating a simple comic premise for each program.” (p. 130) Basically situation comedy brought fun and comic relief to TV. Lucy first starred in, My Favorite Husband. People and even herself saw what a funny, humorous person she was. She was able to find her “Lucy persona,” which was the attractive, zany, and irresistible side to her. In the book it says, “Unlike vaudeo, many TV situation comedies revolved around women stars.” (p. 132) Lucy, being one of these women stars, hit it off big when I Love Lucy started.
At this time you did not need a college degree to work in this industry and she got the job after her first interview. She said she was pretty good looking and a very good people person at the time and she believes that was a lot of the reason she got her job. She thought job searching was fun, but yet frustrating because she needed a job as soon as possible to help put my father through college, because she was living with him at the age of eighteen out of high school. She thought that all the hard work at home and with various tasks that her parents made her do helped her keep a good work ethic when she acquired this first job. She thinks that if she would want to change something about her careers and choices it would be that she would try more things out rather than just sticking with the same job for her entire life.
This is a win-win or lose-lose battle, neither can gain nor lose satisfaction separately. The dancer makes her living, while the client receives his fantasy of erotica. I have also learned to respect strippers more because of what they have to go through sometimes and how sometimes, it is an only option during hardships. I would personally never become a stripper, but I certainly do not discriminate them for doing their job