Grand Champion

Grand Champion (also released as Buddy's World in Germany) is a 2002 family film, starring Jacob Fisher, George Strait, Emma Roberts, and Joey Lauren Adams, about a young boy who wants his calf "Hokey" to grow up to be the Grand Champion. George Strait does the "Hokey Pokey" in it. Many other country stars appear in it, as well as actors such as Bruce Willis and Julia Roberts. *

Jake McDorman

He made his film debut in the 2005 thriller Echoes of Innocence, and later has appeared in Aquamarine, Bring It On: All or Nothing and Live Free or Die Hard. From 2007 to 2011, McDorman starred as Evan Chambers in the ABC Family teen drama series Greek. He also played the lead role in the 2011 Lifetime movie The Craigslist Killer. In 2012, McDorman played the male lead role opposite Laura Prepon in the short-lived NBC sitcom Are You There, Chelsea?. He later joined the cast of Showtime comedy-drama, Shameless as Mike Pratt. He starred in the film See You in Valhalla opposite Sarah Hyland, and in 2014 co-starred in Clint Eastwood's film American Sniper.

Not That Kinda Girl

Even though she is surrounded by it, JoJo claims she is "not the kinda girl" to lose herself in the industry. The video's cameos range from its choreographer Laurieann Gibson of MTV's Making the Band, to producers Vincent Herbert and Da Internz, and rock singer Maynard James Keenan as a police officer. During the first half of the video, JoJo is being driven in a limousine through Silver Lake past the landmark Figure 8 wall made famous by the Elliott Smith album cover photo. The performance-based second half features JoJo getting her hair and makeup, and rehearsing on a sound stage with backup dancers. The video ends showing the down-to-earth side of JoJo.

Julia Blake

Julia Blake (born 13 May 1937) is an English-born Australian actress of theatre, television and film. She is known for her role as Nancy McCormack on the Australian drama series Prisoner (Prisoner: Cell Block H), for which she appeared during the final season in 1986. She appeared in two earlier roles in Prisoner, as Evelyn Randall (1981) and Alice Dodds (1983). She won the 1989 AFI (AACTA) Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries for Eden's Lost, and the 1990 AFI {AACTA) Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role opposite Max von Sydow in the film Father. She also received AFI nominations for Travelling North (1987), Innocence (2000) and The Boys are Back (2009).

Spencer Breslin

Breslin won the 2000 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film by a Young Actor Age Ten or Under. He was also nominated for the 2000 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy or Drama); Young Actor Age 10 or Under, the 2000 YoungStar Award for Best Young Actor in a Comedy Film, the 2001 Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor, the 2003 Young Artist Award as Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role, the Spencer Breslin Award (Worst Performance by a Child Actor) and the 2007 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film by a Young Ensemble Cast.

The Underdogs (production team)

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Valentine, Justin Timberlake, Joe, Donell Jones, Olivia, Mario, JoJo, Mario Vazquez, Stacie Orrico, R. Kelly, Jessica Mauboy, Chris Brown, Jordin Sparks, Ruben Studdard, Fantasia, Katharine McPhee and more. Among their work has been the soundtrack for the long-planned film adaptation of the Broadway musical Dreamgirls, featuring performances by Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé Knowles, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Keith Robinson, and Jamie Foxx. The Underdogs also produced the Aretha Franklin/Mary J. Blige collaboration "Never Gonna Break My Faith" for the Bobby soundtrack. Damon Thomas was married to celebrity reality star Kim Kardashian from 2000 to 2004.

Lincoln Lewis

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In 2005 Lewis made his film debut in a bit role in the film Aquamarine. That same year Lewis starred in the low budget Australian Horror film Voodoo Lagoon as Aaron. The film starred John Noble, Natalie Blair and Erika Heynatz and followed a group of college students who take a deadly vacation to a remote exotic island. In 2007, Lewis was cast in the Seven Network soap opera Home and Away as Geoff Campbell. Lewis made his debut on the series in June 2007 and it is considered his breakout role. In 2008, Lewis won the Most Popular New Male Talent award at the 2008 Logie Awards.


Mike's wife had died, and his daughter, Amelia (Emma Roberts), is a child prodigy, having invented a revolutionary oxygen iodide laser drill. Amelia is about to receive the National Scientific Achievement Award from the world's leading scientists, Dr. Robert Farley (Richard Kind) and Dr. Claudette Amour (Musetta Vander). Mike tells her how proud he is, and reminds her that Minkey is in town, now the star of a circus show. Mike offers to take Amelia to Minkey's show, but Amelia laughs it off, remembering those "silly stories" he used to tell her about life as a spy. As Amelia leaves for school, Hugo (Michael Bailey Smith), a henchman, follows her and takes pictures of her.

Tammin Sursok

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That same year, she made her film debut in a bit role in the film Aquamarine. In 2007, after a successful audition, Sursok became the third actress to portray Colleen Carlton on the American soap opera television series, The Young and the Restless. Her debut was quickly met with criticism from a number of The Young and the Restless viewers. Despite the negativity, she received comparable positive viewer feedback. "The fans have been really great." In preparation for the role, Sursok tried to catch up on Colleen's history. "I watched the last six months of episodes," she said.

The Front Runner (film)

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In August 2017, the extended cast list for the film was announced, including Vera Farmiga as Hart's wife Oletha "Lee" Hart, Kaitlyn Dever as their daughter Andrea Hart, Sara Paxton as Donna Rice, Ari Graynor as journalist Ann Devroy, and J. K. Simmons as Bill Dixon, Hart's 1988 presidential campaign manager and longtime friend. The following month, Jennifer Landon and John Bedford Lloyd joined the cast in unspecified roles. In October 2017, Chris Coy was cast as press secretary Kevin Sweeney. Principal photography began on September 18, 2017, with Jackman revealing the first image from the set that day. Production also took place in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia.

Action (TV series)

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Georgia Dragon, played by Sara Paxton, is Peter's daughter by Jane. Ten years old, she is deceptively innocent but mildly stone-hearted for her age, a trait she gets from her parents. Jenny, played by Erin Daniels, is a struggling Hollywood career woman. She used to work at UPN, but after sleeping with Peter, moved on to become a production assistant at Dragonfire Films, where she then slept with Wendy. She is in competition with Stuart. Cole Riccardi, played by Richard Burgi, is a famous action star who has been in many of Peter's movies. He is introspective, self-obsessed and secretly gay.

Roy Billing

Roy Harwood Billing (born 1947) is a New Zealand television actor, now based in Sydney, Australia. He was brought up in Ruawai, Northland, New Zealand.

Liar Liar

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Liar Liar was the film debut of actress Sara Paxton, who played one of Max's classmates and his birthday party attendant. It was also the last film to feature Don Keefer, who retired in 1997, and Jason Bernard, who died shortly after filming was completed. The film was dedicated in Bernard's memory. Liar Liar received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a rating of 81%, based on 54 reviews, with an average rating of 6.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Despite its thin plot, Liar Liar is elevated by Jim Carrey's exuberant brand of physical humor, and the result is a laugh riot that helped to broaden the comedian's appeal."

Dichen Lachman

Lachman moved to Los Angeles shortly after she finished with the Australian TV drama Neighbours in 2007. Lachman first filmed an ad in Australia for Wanadoo, which aired in the United Kingdom. In 2005, she joined the cast of the Australian soap opera Neighbours as Katya Kinski. She had auditioned for the role of Elle Robinson, but the producers decided to create the part of Katya for her. Lachman played a small role in the feature film Aquamarine. After she finished shooting the role of Aaren in the film Bled, Lachman joined the cast of the film Aztec Rex in Hawaii.

Blow (film)

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Emma Roberts as Kristina Sunshine Jung. Jaime King as Older Kristina. (2008 archive).

Kelly Nickels

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Nickels is married to Kelly Cunningham, the mother of actress Emma Roberts. Nickels has a daughter with Cunningham, born in 2001. He is also the founder of the clothing line Montauk Salvage Company. * Sweet Pain (1985) L.A. Guns (1988). Cocked & Loaded (1989). Hollywood Vampires (1991). Cuts (1992). Vicious Circle (1994). ''Greatest Hits and Black Beauties (1999). Hollywood Forever (2012) (Track 11).

List of Scream (film series) characters

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2004 MTV Video Music Awards

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JoJo – introduced American gold medalists Kaitlin Sandeno, Kerri Walsh, Misty May and Carly Patterson, and presented Viewer's Choice with them. Gwyneth Paltrow – presented Video of the Year. John Mellencamp and Amy Lee – introduced OutKast. Also, MTV VJs Sway, La La, Damien Fahey and Vanessa Minnillo emceed and interviewed celebrities backstage before several commercial breaks. Official awards site. Official MTV site.

Virginia (2010 film)

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Emma Roberts as Jessie Tipton. Harrison Gilbertson as Emmett. Amy Madigan as Roseanna Tipton. Carrie Preston as Betty. Toby Jones as Max. Alex Frost as Josh. Yeardley Smith as Mrs. Whitaker. Paul Walter Hauser as Dale.

Twin Peaks (season 3)

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Sara Paxton as Candy Shaker. Linda Porter as Lady Slot-Addict. Elena Satine as Rhonda. John Savage as Detective Clark. Amy Shiels as Candie. Tom Sizemore as Anthony Sinclair. Bob Stephenson as Frank. Ethan Suplee as Bill Shaker. Sabrina S. Sutherland as Floor Attendant Jackie. Naomi Watts as Janey-E Jones. Nafessa Williams as Jade. Christophe Zajac-Denek as Ike "The Spike" Stadtler. Jane Adams as Constance Talbot. Brent Briscoe as Detective Dave Macklay. Bailey Chase as Detective Don Harrison. Neil Dickson as George Bautzer. George Griffith as Ray Monroe. Cornelia Guest as Phyllis Hastings. Nicole LaLiberte as Darya. Jennifer Jason Leigh as Chantal Hutchens.

America's Sweethearts

Julia Roberts' niece, Emma Roberts, makes an uncredited appearance as the young girl in the purple T-shirt. America's Sweethearts opened on July 20, 2001 and earned $30,181,877 in its opening weekend, ranking second behind Jurassic Park III ($50,771,645). By the end of its run, the film had grossed $93,607,673 in the domestic box office and $44,583,755 overseas for a worldwide total of $138,191,428. Based on a $46 million budget, the film was a box office success. Filming took place at Lake Las Vegas. Despite being a box office success, the film holds a 32% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes.

How to Touch a Girl

"How to Touch a Girl" failed to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 due to lack of promotion from her label Blackground Records, becoming JoJo's second single to miss the chart after 2005's "Not That Kinda Girl". The single did, however, peak at number four on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and at number 76 on the Billboard Pop 100. It also reached 46 on the Pop 100 Airplay component chart of the latter in early 2007. The music video, directed by Syndrome, premiered on MTV's TRL on December 7, 2006, and on BET's 106 & Park on January 16, 2007.

Anything (JoJo song)

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"Anything" is a song by American singer JoJo from her second studio album, The High Road (2006). It was released as the album's third and final single on March 20, 2007. Written by Beau Dozier, Mischke, and Justin Trugman, the track contains a sample from Toto's 1982 song "Africa", written by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro. The song premiered on March 19, 2006, on The Second JammX Kids All Star Dance Special. The single served as the second official single from The High Road in European countries and was released in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2007; it began gaining airplay there on March 24, 2007, eventually debuting on BBC Radio 1's playlist under the B-list section.

Come Together Now

JoJo. Jesse McCartney. Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys). A. J. McLean (Backstreet Boys). John Legend. Joss Stone. Mýa. Gavin DeGraw. Chingy. Wyclef Jean. Ruben Studdard. Stacie Orrico. Kimberley Locke. Anthony Hamilton. Patti LaBelle. Natalie Cole. Aaron Carter. Brian McKnight. Kelly Price. Angie Stone. Garou. Tren'l. Glenn Lewis. Lee Ryan (Blue). R.L. Huggard. Mark Feist – keyboards, drums, Moog bass, synth programming. Steve Lukather – guitar. Abe Laboriel, Jr. – drums. Greg Phillinganes – acoustic grand piano. Digital download. 1) "Come Together Now" – 4:37. U.S. CD single. 1) "Come Together Now" (Main) – 4:37. 2) "Come Together Now" (No Rap) – 4:40. 3) "Come Together Now" (Video) – 4:37.

Foxborough, Massachusetts

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The football team has won the Hockomock League title and also won the Division 2 Super Bowl various times, most recently in 2007 with a 21–10 victory over Burlington. Coincidentally, the Super Bowl win also gave coach Jack Martinelli his 200th win. During the 1987 and 1988 seasons, the Warriors won back to back Division 3 Super Bowls and went undefeated in 1988. This team featured 5 players that went on to play Division 1 college football (Chris Cady, Eric Matckie, Tom Nalen, Dan Sullivan, Rob Turenne). The cheerleading team has also earned recognition, making it to nationals for the first time in 2004 and then again in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.