Sammy Ramirez, age 11, is from Virginia. He is excited to join the cast of A Christmas Story Live! as Schwartz, one of Ralphie’s best friends. Sammy recently completed a run as Billy “The Stylist” on the hit Broadway musical School of Rock by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Sammy can also be seen in commercials for the rebranded Sprout channel Universal Kids.
I had a friend who once encouraged me to always write about my feelings. As a writer, putting your emotions and feelings on a page is not always so easy though it can be a very rewarding and healing experience. Sometimes putting those words and emotions on a page can be not only hard but requires a certain amount of effort and honesty to pour out what really burns and screams to come out from the inside. The topic that I feel strongly about this holiday season is family.
“Pale Blue Eye” is a movie written and directed by Keith A. Nixon, which is also the first movie he directed. It is a story about a woman named Norma Redmond, who is a schizophrenic surgical assistant for a crooked doctor. She becomes haunted by the sound of her employer’s heartbeat after she murders him. The story is inspired by “Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe and by a play Keith saw at his school when he was younger.
@JShowChicago My daughter had the same problem. She went nuts after taking the IPad from her to a point where it was affecting our relationship. I had to take the tablet away for good. It helped a lot but it was like an addiction until she forgot about it and things got better!
@etnow no she doesn't!!! Not even close! You guys...how could you compare gold to bronze? There is no comparison! Meghan is an actress as well and Diana was real! Please!!! Comparing Meghan to Diana is an insult to Diana's character! 😡
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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