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Blake Brown


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Blake Brown

Born Blake Thomas Brown

March 5, 1993 (age 15)

Augusta, Western Australia, USA


Years active 1999-present

[show]Awards won Other Awards Saturn Award for Best Younger Actor 2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball

Blake Thomas Brown (born March 5, 1993, Augusta, Western Australia) is the young child actress playing Alec from Jane Hoop Elementary book series based on the films. He was first from Fight Club, one of his first successful film in 1999, working along with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton. Also as Alexander on Alexander Adventure trilogy.

He has won numerous awards, and is currently the youngest person ever to have been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and plays is role, Danny Gorden in Jane Hoop Elementary. She was working along with four best friends in boys, Blake Brown, Ben Linkin, Bart Simpson and Bloom Dee as for Amy Tammie was only a young girl.

Brown, talks, to will be appearing into the final three of the Jane Hoop Elementary series, portrayed of Turbo of Catland, due in 2008 and two different 3D parts The Final Rush part 1 (3D glasses version) and part 2 (re-release IMAX 3D), both due in June 2010 and May 2011. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Early career 1.3 2002–2003 1.4 2004–2005 1.5 2006–present 1.6 Personal life 2 Filmography 3 Notable TV guest appearances 4 Awards 5 Parody 6 References 7 External links Biography


Bow Wow was born in Western Australia by March 1993. He lives with his mother Nicole Brown (nee Wilson) and father David Brown. He also lives with two siblings, Joe (born 1995).


Career



In 1999 at 6 years old, Brown begin his career working with Edward Norton and Brad Pitt in Fight Club from 20th Century Fox. Brown was asked to audition for the role of Jane Hoop in 2000 by producer Brian Clark at 7 in Jane Hoop Elementary: The First. He portrayed as the boy wander and young, Danny Gorden. He has became friends with Blake Brown, Amy Tammie, Ben Linkin, Bart Simpson and Bloom Dee while working on the films. It was released by 2 November 2001.

Brown continues after two years with first film, Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge, which is the second film, it was released by 28 November 2003. He returns as Danny Gorden and his friends returns when Brown was 10 years old. In 2004, he takes a break and stars in comedy-drama, Alex Adventure, as Alexander the title itself, which was released on 15 December 2004 when was 11 years old.

After 2004 in 2005, 12 years old, Brown work by two works this year, stars in newer film's rating a "PG-13" Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball, as Danny Gorden, when he has been growing up and guess-star, which released on 11 November 2005, and as Greg in Television sitcom, Will & Grace, since Amy Tammie also appears in the television.

In 2006, Brown returns to a newer film since 2004, Alexander Adventure 2, which it was released by 13 December 2006. As Alex from 2004's sequel. In 2007, he stars as he has returned in Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power, as it releases early in summer on 6 July 2007, expecting by 30 November 2007. In 2008, he begins filming by 2 December 2007 and completes by 3 February 2008 by Alexander Adventure 3, which will be released by 17 December 2008. He also will be appearing which he begin filming on September 2007, and warped completed on 5 March 2008. He will be returning as Danny Gorden in Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, which will be released returns always on November in 12 November 2008. He will begin filming of the next final two films were Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush, in 2010-2011.


Personal life Brown attends Australia city schools, he begin that he likes to play his punk rock guitar, wear his punk rock clothing. He start dating with film actress, Amy Tammie, when they begin in July 2007, after Morphin the Power was released. They meet up with other friend Ben Linkin, as well, letting Brown and Tammie poses dating on the magazines. With Linkin, he shares Brown how he would become a punk rock with him. Brown was premiered with Linkin and Tammie on ABC family weekend of Jane Hoop Elementary four weekend on June 7, 2008 and ended on July 2, 2008.

I was telling people in a recent interview that I had a dream that Andrew Strauss was chasing me with a cricket bat. It was during the West Indies series when Andrew wasn’t doing too well and an Australian who was listening in piped up and said, "I wouldn’t worry about Strauss, if he had a swing at you at the moment he’d probably miss".

Regarding the milestone of turning 14, Brown stated:[42]

I don't plan to be one of those people who, as soon as they turn 14, suddenly buy themselves a massive sports car collection or something similar. I don't think I'll be particularly extravagant. The things I like buying are things that cost about 10 pounds -- books, CDs and DVDs.

Preparing for his upcoming debut in a Broadway production of Equus, Radcliffe, who gained control of his fortune when he turned 14 by March 2007, is reported to have purchased a £2.1 million penthouse in New York City.[43]

In November 2007, it was reported that Radcliffe and Irish actress and Equus co-star Laura O'Toole had a relationship which was never made public before they split last year. The relationsip started after they met on the production. "Daniel and I are still good friends and have a good time when we see each other. But we just have to be realistic." O'Toole told News of the World after the split. [44]

Filmography




Jane Hoop Elementary Year Film Role Notes


2001

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Danny Gorden



2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge


Alexander   
  
  

2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball


2007 Jane Hop Elementary: Morphin the Power


2008

2010 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush 3D: Part 1 Released on 3D glasses version 2011 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush 3D: Part 2 Re-release on IMAX 3D


Other films Year Film Role Notes 1999 Fight Club Brandon Carter








2005 Will & Grace Also be appearing with another guess star, Amy Tammie.







Alexander Adventure Year Film Role Notes 2004 Alexander Adventure Alexander Released on 15 December 2004 2006 Alexander Adventure 2 Released on 13 December 2006


2008 Alexander Adventure 3 Will Released on 17 December 2008












Awards

[edit] Nominations 2006

Best Young Actor (Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards) Actor of the Year (AOL Moviefone Moviegoer Awards) Best Performance by a Young Actor (Saturn Awards) Best Hero (MTV Movie Awards) Best On-Screen Team (with Emma Watson and Rupert Grint; MTV Movie Awards) 2005

Best Performance by a Young Actor (Saturn Awards) Best Young Actor (Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards) 2003

Best Performance by a Young Actor (Saturn Awards) Best Acting Ensemble (Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards) Most Unforgettable Scene (for the scene "Harry Battles The Basilisk" in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets) (American Moviegoer Awards) 2002

Best Performance by a Young Actor (Saturn Awards) Best Young Performer (Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards) Breakthrough Male Performance (MTV Movie Awards) Best Newcomer (Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards) Best Debut (with Emma Watson and Rupert Grint; Sony Ericsson Empire Awards) Outstanding Actor (American Moviegoer Awards) Best Performance in a Feature Film: Leading Young Actor (Young Artist Awards) Best Ensemble in a Feature Film (with Emma Watson and Rupert Grint; Young Artist Awards)

[edit] Wins 2008

Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year (Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards, UK) 2007

Best Male Performance (National Movie Awards, UK) 2006

Best Actor (Cine Awards, Belgium) Best Male Film Star (Gold): Otto Awards, 2006 Best Actor/Movie (SyFy Portal's SyFy Genre Awards) 2005

Best Young Actor (SyFy Portal's SyFy Genre Awards) 2004

Top 10 Child Stars (RTL Television, Germany) Best Breakthrough Male Actor (Star Channel Star Awards, Japan) Best Junior Achiever (for viewers' favorite under-16 guest on the show Relly Awards) Young Talent of the Year (ITV Celebrity Awards) Best Movie Actor (K-Zone Kids Awards, Philippines) Best Film Star/Actor (Dutch Kids Choice Awards) 2003

Best Young Actor (SyFy Portal's SyFy Genre Awards) Best Actor (Roadshow Cinema Grand Prix Awards, Japan) 2002

Person of the Year (Time For Kids) Targa d'Oro ("Gold Plate", David di Donatello Awards) Outstanding New Talent (Sir James Carreras Award for the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards) 2001

Male Youth Discovery of the Year (Hollywood Women's Press Club)


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List of Jane Hoop Elementary films cast members External links


Blake Brown at the Internet Movie Database

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Ben Linkin


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ben Linkin

Born Benjamin Christopher Linkin

March 1, 1993 (age 15) 

Springfield, Ohio, USA Occupation Child Actress Singer

Years active 2001-present

Benjamin "Ben" Christopher Linkin (born March 1, 1993, Springfield, Ohio) is the young child actress. He provides playing Alec Gutzwiller, the superhero member of Jane Hoop Elementary from franchise of Jane Hoop Elementarys based including working on the films. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 career 1.3 Personal life 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links


Biography


Early life Linkin was born in March 10, 1993 lived at English in Canada lived two parents, Bella and Brad. He also lived along with two brothers, David (born 1988) and Tristan (born 1992) and one sister, Jessica (born 2000). At the age of 7, Linkin begins to make his workout of his own weight since by the age of 13, provides working at the gym with his brother David, making him taking two hours in the gym for his sweat and pressure since Christensen creates a character, Alec Gutzwiller, who he was made of sweat and pressure.

Career In 1999, Linkin entered his first career to begin filming Jane Hoop Elementary: The First at the age of 6, 7 and 8 working with Blake Brown and Amy Tammie and also Bart Simpson and Bloom Dee however Christensen lets Linkin to play the role for Alec Gutzwiller one of Danny and Rebecca's friend and also Cory and Jaquille's. He work for also into another sequels in Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge at age 8, 9 and 10, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball age 10, 11 and 12 and Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power age 12, 13 and 14. As of 2007, He begin to return into the two upcoming film while books were completed As of 2005. Linkin will be approaching for the three final ins., of the final three of the Jane Hoop Elementary films: Turbo of Catland, and two of the different 3D action/IMAX 3D action of The Final Rush, for much scarier moments. He begins filming of the franchise with his two friends: Blake Brown and Amy Tammie since they meet to be friends in 2001.

Personal life Linkin, begins to start his school career, when he finished Middle School on June 2008 from the OAT final exams and he does working a lot of homework and very smart and much popular than his friends from school, who they were smart. He uses to like dating with girls, since he date with one in dinner, is because, everyone liking Linkin as like his character Alec, the girls saying "He's cute!". After that Linkin finishes with his homework, he does different things when he likes: he likes to doing rap being a "gangster", who form trying to rap in hollywood at the studio, playing basketball, and enjoys skateboarding. Linkin when does mostly with his hair, first growing for the films, while filming the fourth film, his hair grows longer than Amy Tammie. His same hair also happens while filming the fifth upcoming film, when grows even longer, due to Blake Brown's hair also grows longer during fifth upcoming film, makes on much similar of Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe's hair styles as Top 5 Hottest Star Longhair.

Filmography


Year Film Role Notes


2001

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Alec Gutzwiller



2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge Alec Gutzwiller




2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball

 Alec Gutzwiller
  
 
   
  

2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Alec Gutzwiller

2008 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland




References


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Amy Tammie


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Amy Tammie

At the Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Award 2007 Born Amy Alyssa Tammie

April 12, 1993 (age 15)

Dakota, Minnesota, USA Occupation actress Years active 2000—present

[show]Awards won Other Awards Saturn Award for Best Younger Actor 2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball

Amy Alyssa Tammie (born April 12, 1993, Dakota, Minnesota) is an English-American Child/Teenage Actress. Tammie's lot well-known films have been Jane Hoop Elementary films. Tammie has won numerous awards, and is currently the youngest person ever to have been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and plays her role as Rebecca Henry in Jane Hoop Elementary. Tammie was working along with four best friends in boys, Blake Brown, Ben Linkin, Bart Simpson and Bloom Dee as for Tammie was only a young girl. Her breakthrough performance was in Troy in 2004 was one of her sucessful film. As of 2007, her most well-known films have been Deck the Halls and My Dog Skip. She has won numerous awards, and is currently the youngest person ever to have been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. Later after 2004, She begins her first advance after taking her break for Jane Hoop Elementary film series at Block Busters by Looney Tunes that the Hoop films were disturbed by live action Warner Brothers Pictures.

For final director, James Calvin, Tammie will be returning into the three of the final Jane Hoop Elementary films installments: Turbo of Catland, which is due on November 12, 2008. And The Final Rush, split into two different part of 3D action, which part 1's 3D glasses version due, June 10, 2010 and part 2's IMAX 3D, due on 27th of May 2011.

Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Early career 1.3 2002–2003 1.4 2004–2005 1.5 2006–present 1.6 Personal life 2 Filmography 3 Notable TV guest appearances 4 Awards 5 Parody 6 References 7 External links


Biography



Early life Tammie was born in Dakota, Minnesota on April 1993 in USA lived with her mother, Jane Tammie and father, Daniel Tammie. She also lived along with her older brother, Joey Tammie (born 1985), three, Henry, born 1988, Raymond, born 1990 and Aaron, born 1994, and her young actress sister, Amanda Tammie (born 1998).

She was one of the most young girl which her favorite sport was soccer who the powerful soccer player. Amy also forms to be smart and likes getting her hair done of her new hairstyle with her mother.

In the age of 6, She starts to read one her favorite Jane Hoop comic books and also her favorite Harry Potter books. Her maternal grandfather is football player Rick Arrington and her aunt is ESPN reporter Jill Arrington. Tammie is the older sister of Amanda Tammie, also an actress. Amy's mother had wanted to name her "Amelia" and her father wanted to name her "Amy"; she has always used Amy among her friends and family. Fanning is of half German descent and her last name is of Irish origin. Tammie and her family are Baptists, members of the Southern Baptist Convention. Tammie attends to many school pre-school on August 1998 and leaves on May 1999, Elementary school on August 1999 in kindergarten and leaves on June 2006 in 6th grade. She attends to Middle School starts her 7th grade on August 2006, 8th grade starts on August 2007 and leaving on June 2008 after graduate Middle School, when asking at the fifth Annual Celebration.

Career



In the same year 1998, She was first begin her career working with Frankie Muniz in My Dog Skip. In the 1999, The filming begins in Jane Hoop Elementary: The First. In 2000, She begins filming in the age of 6 and in 2001 completed her film in the age of 7. Amy was cast as her favorite character, Rebecca Henry. In the same year, Tammie appeared in first film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First and later may be working while be in 2000. In 2002, Tammie was announced to returned as her role as Rebecca Henry after two years later. She was featured even more prominently another film released in 2003: Playing the uptight child to Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge, which is due in IMAX 3D on November 28, the second releases this time after thanksgiving. Tammie would sometimes like to but not subsequently had several guest roles on established television series, including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Friends, The Practice, Spin City and Malcolm in the Middle. She also portrayed the title characters of Ally McBeal and The Ellen Show as young girls. In 2001, Fanning was chosen to star opposite Sean Penn in I Am Sam, the story of a mentally impaired man who fights for the custody of his daughter (played by Fanning). In 2002, director Steven Spielberg cast Tammie watch that Dakota Fanning in the lead child role of Allison "Allie" Clarke/Keys in the science fiction miniseries Taken as her favorite scene. By this time, she had received positive notices by several film critics, including Tom Shales of The Washington Post, who wrote that Fanning "has the perfect sort of otherworldly look about her, an enchanting young actress called upon ... to carry a great weight." In the same year, Tammie appeared in three films: As a kidnap victim who proves to be more than her abductors bargained for in Trapped; as the young version of Reese Witherspoon's character in Sweet Home Alabama, and as Katie in the movie Hansel and Gretel. Tammie returned working with Arthur Walters in Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge, The second adventure in the Jane Hoop Elementary series.

Signing autograph at the premiere for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball on November 2005. In 2004, Tammie takes a break from her role for Rebecca and did best work for four projects during this period of TV series guess star: As Abby Newton in Disney's The Suite Life of Zack & Cody the TV Series release of 2005 working with twin brothers Cole Sprouse and Dylan Sprouse, as Dana Truman (Will's niece) in Will & Grace working with Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison.

By 2004, Amy play as Achilles's Daughter (Brad Pitt's character) working with him, Eric Bana, Sean Bean and Orlando Bloom, Brian Cox, Peter O'Toole and Peter O'Toole in 2004 film, Troy from Warner Bros. with the director and producer Wolfgang Petersen. Since she watch that Bean and Bloom were also appears in The Lord of the Ring film trilogy. She also see that Bloom works in Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Troy was to be grossed $497,378,256 that Tammie is one of the powerful young actress than Dakota Fanning that the film was Rated R, which was her favorite movie and Pitt had relationship over Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie funny that Pitt breaks up with Aniston. Tammie would say it would be sad. Tammie returned as her role for Rebecca Henry while filming Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball in May 2004 and finished in May 2005. She was working with the actress, Keira Knightley that she said she was a fan with Knightley. Over the summer of 2006, Tammie worked on the film Deck the Halls from 20th Century Fox after taking a break for Jane Hoop Elementary, described in press reports as a "dark story of abuse, violence and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South." Tammie's agent noted that the script is "challenging" to Tammie as an actress.[17] Tammie's parents have been criticized for allowing her to film a scene in which her character is raped; Tammie called that an "attack." "It's not really happening," she told Reuters. "It's a movie, and it's called acting."[18] Author Rita Christensen addressed the controversy in the January 2007 edition of Premiere: "The assumption that [Amy] was violated in order to give this performance denies her talent."[19] In January 2006, Amy returned as her role of Rebecca Henry in Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power.[20] During her Deck the Halls press run in December 2006, she mentioned as a potential working with Tim Allen. Later in 2007, Amy will not provide with Dakota Fanning voice over work for the movie Hurricane Mary which will star her sister Amanda Tammie who will be portraying disabled twin sisters, with Amy was withdraw providing voice over work for one twin.[23] She starts her interview for her fourth film with Oprah Winfrey and won in the 2007 National Award for the best female and also interview from 2001 to present with Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa.

Over the summer of 2006, Tammie worked on the film Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power which was released on 6 July 2007, described in press reports as a "dark story of abuse, violence and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South." Fanning's agent noted that the script is "challenging" to Tammie as an actress.[17] Tammie's parents have been criticized for allowing her to film a scene in which her character is raped; Tammie called that an "attack." "It's not really happening," she told Reuters. "It's a movie, and it's called acting."[18] Director James Calvin addressed the controversy in the January 2007 edition of Premiere: "The assumption that [Amy] was violated in order to give this performance denies her talent."[19] She starts to become the popular film actress by a PG-13 movie.

At the age of 14, she begin filming for her fifth Hoop film Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland on September 2007 and was completed in March, alongside for actress returned, Keira Knightley after filming Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Silk, Robbie the Reindeer in Close Encounters of the Herd Kind (TV) and Atonement, Not only that if that the British actress Emma Watson would join with Tammie and Knightley, Watson would continue on her own for Harry Potter film series and Academy Award winners Forest Whitaker and Jennifer Hudson. Tammie grows up becoming the young teenage actress after two films at the age of 13 filming in fourth Hoop film. In August 2008, Tammie will begin pre-production the movie adaptation of sixth and final Hoop film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush.[21] Set book in United States in May 22, 2005, the story centers on Rebecca (Tammie), who was married with Danny Gorden after 20 years later. Another potential future project is The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle which Danny DeVito will direct. [22] The movie will be an adaptation of the children's pirate tale The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle, set on a ship in 1832. In 2008, She also would be working with Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake and Meagan Good in The Love Guru to be release in June 20, 2008 as Kimberly Ann Taylor also she will be filming for 2009 comedy, Stephanie Granger and the Camping Bears working with Rupert Grint from outside Harry Potter. At the Kids Choice Award on March 29, She was nominated for Favorite Female actress of Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power and when doing her announcing of Favorite Movie, pulls with Steve Carell. She did not get slimed. On April 12, Tammie begins to invited her friends and others at the premiere of her 14th birthday. Even that she had invited with her friends with Brown, Linkin, Simpson, Dee and Blue for their birthday. She invites of her with them of her own.



Personal life

Tammie attends to Dakota High School. She is an avid reader, and includes among her hobbies knitting, learn how to swim, learn how to play the Guitar. In school, She was join up with the band plays the Guitar and begins to another in sixth, seventh, eighth to High School. She likes to ride on roller coasters. She don't nearly like that she would riding on drop zone that she was too scared of.[26]Amy also buys one of her LG Chocolate cell phone for her 13th birthday in April 2006. At the age of 14, Tammie starts dying her hair brown and during the Hoop films would be keeping her to have blonde hair. Tammie would be starting to wear a Blond hair wig for the rest of the Hoop films. Tammie likes to date, swimming since starts poising her bikini pictures on the website including on MySpace, singing including singing a karaoke, play sports in soccer. Amy also likes when does making her ring-tone on her cell phone including buying her gold shiny purse for her 10th birthday. Tammie's favorite food is pizza with cheese. Tammie's starts that she had a broken her nail on her fingers after closed her cell phone. She starts to repair of her nails painted them black when she was 11 after filming, The Magic Ball. At school, she starts to learn about algebra, math, social studies, science and language art. She became the smartest kid in school, as a straight A student as always does doing homework before she does start texting on her cell phone to her friends.

Her favorite singer was Zac Efron fan of High School Musical and Chris Brown, whatever choices as a ring tone on her cell phone. Later she would meet with him for her film to be shoot. Tammie went to Walt Disney theme park and meets with Miley Cyrus that she was doing her Christmas song for Disney theme park. She also meets by appears in the Disney Channel Games 2007 to the Yellow team with the stars of, Kyle Massey (Captain), Jason Dolley, Sabrina Bryan, Shin Koyamada, Emily Osment, Andrea Guasch, (Disney Channel Spain) and Robson Nunes. (Disney Channel Brazil) In 2006, she was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as the youngest person ever at the age of 12.[27]

Filmography



Jane Hoop Elementary Year Film Role Notes


2001

The First Rebecca Henry Released on November 14, 2001



2003 Goldenman's Revenge Released on November 28, 2003




2005 The Magic Ball

 Released on November 11, 2005 
    
  

2007 Morphin the Power

 Released on July 6, 2007

Yellow Team

2008 2010 Turbo of Catland The Final Rush

   Scheduled for release November 14, 2008

Released on June 11


Outside of Jane Hoop Elementary Year Film Role Notes 2000 My Dog Skip Angie Morris Working with Frankie Muniz






2004 Working with Brad Pitt, Eric Bana and Orlando Bloom Troy Achilles's Daughter


2005 Will & Grace Dana Green 2006 Deck the Halls The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Brianna Finch Abby Newton

2007 Disney Channel Games Herself Yellow Team

2008 Disney Channel Games

 Herself Yellow Team 

Awards


Kids Choice Awards|Kids Choice Awards 2008 "Best Movie Actress", Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated also for favorite child actress for "Best Favorite Movie" National Awards|National Awards

2007 Best Young Female Actress - Nominated Saturn Awards|Saturn Awards


2006 Best Performance by a Younger Actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won BFCA Awards|BFCA Award


2006 Best Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated 2002 Best Young Actor/Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won BFTA Awards|BTFA Award 2008 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated 2006 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated 2004 Best Female actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Nominated 2002 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated Sierra Awards|Sierra Award


2005 Youth in Film, Troy - Won 2002 Youth in Film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won Bronze Leopards|Bronze Leopard


2005 Best Actress (shared with other cast members), Troy - Nominated MTV Movie Awards|MTV Movie Award


2007 Best Acting Performance, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Won 2005 Best Acting Performance, Troy - Nominated Satellite Awards|Satellite Award

2002 Outstanding New Talent, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won Young Artist Awards|Young Artist Awards

2006 Best Performance in a Feature Film (Best Children's film) - Leading Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won 2002 Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Under, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated References


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Bart Simpson (actor)


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bart Simpson

Born Bart Stephen Simpson

February 3, 1993 (age 15)

New York, New York City, USA



Bart Stephen Simpson (born February 3, 1993) is the English-American young child actress. He form appears in the series of Children's Drama fantasy novels, Jane Hoop Elementary form filming of it's films. He portrayed as Cory Berning on December 1999 by Rachel Willow and Prince Watson. For his character, he is one of the supporting character including with Jaquille Short and Naudia Gorden. Collection of the films, they grosses the highest of Jane Hoop Elementary $3.68 billion making Simpson popular actor than others so far all the years. Simpson will appear in the final three installments: Turbo of Catland, in 2008 and The Final Rush which is split into two different 3D parts of action 3D which they due in June 2010-May 2011. Contents [hide] 1 Biography History 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links


Biography


Simpson was born in New York on February 3 form, the son to Tina Simpson (nee Nelson) and Jack Simpson. He has two younger sister, Rebecca and Carmen Simpson and one younger brother, Mark Simpson. He is one of the oldest child of the family. Simpson was interested for his favorite sport is football and favorite food is Pizza on mushrooms. He likes to do things like Bowling, Drawing, favorite music is rock-n-roll forms having skeleton shirt of rock-n-roll including Dancer, Skateboarding, playing video games and favorite book is the Jane Hoop Elementary and Harry Potter series and favorite comics were Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Hulk. Simpson uses when he has many friends from his school and was real smart. He attends to Southern High School he begins on Wednesday June 11, 2008.

Career Simpson begins his career at the age of 6 in 1999, castes as Cory Berning, the hero member of Jane Hoop Elementary in the first book, The First, which releases on November 2, 2001. Simpson was nominated at the Kids Choice Award for "Best Favorite Movie" losing to Rush Hour 2 in 2002. Simpson continues on his character in Goldenman's Revenge, releases in IMAX 3D on November 28, 2003. He was also nominated at the 2003 Kids' Choice Awards. The Magic Ball and Morphin the Power on November 11 and July 6, 2005 and 2007. Simpson will be appearing in the three final ins., of the Jane Hoop Elementary films: Turbo of Catland, which is due on November 12, 2008 and two different 3D motion pictures The Final Rush due on June 11, 2010 and re-release on May 2011. For a break, he once starts filming in a Crime-drama Law & Order as a boy since he does of Bloom Dee's. Simpson became friends with Blake, Ben, Amy and Bloom since they were filming Jane Hoop Elementary. Simpson has read all of the Jane Hoop Elementary books and written of his character would be as a main/supporting character.

Filmography


Year Film Role Notes


2001

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Cory Berning



2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge




2005

 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball

Law & Order

Boy


2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Cory Berning

2008

2010/2011 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush



References


^ http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~battle/celeb/fanning.htm ^ http://www.tv-now.com/stars/dakota.html ^ Dakota Fanning Lives Out Her Dreams. timessquare.com. Retrieved on July 21, 2006. ^ Interview: Dakota Fanning. lifeteen.com. Retrieved on July 19, 2006. ^ Winning Numbers. Shoot magazine via findarticles.com. Retrieved on March 13, 2006. ^ Fanning the flames. Jam! Movies. Retrieved on March 13, 2006. ^ Sci Fi's 'Taken' Grabs You and Doesn't Let Go. The Washington Post via virtuallystrange.net. Retrieved on March 13, 2006. ^ Man on Fire (review). rogerebert.com. Retrieved on March 13, 2006. ^ Hide and Seek review. laweekly.com. Retrieved on March 13, 2006.

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Bloom Dee


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bloom Dee

Born Bloom Ryan Dee

January 1, 1992 (age 16) 
 
 
 

Bloom Ryan Dee (born January 1, 1992) is the young child actress playing Alec from Jane Hoop Elementary book series based on the films. He has won numerous awards, and is currently the youngest person ever to have been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and plays he Jaquille Short from the films.

Contents [hide] 1 Biography 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links


Biography


Dee was born on January 1 after Christmas and form on the new years every year, son to Karen Dee (nee Green) and James Dee. He is a older child to his younger two brothers and one sister names Toby, Harold and Gracie. Dee's favorite food is fish, whom also favorite on his diet.

Dee begins his career casting as Jaquille Short at the age of 7, forming appears in the Jane Hoop Elementary films including appears in all the films in the film series. He will be appearing in the final ins., for the three final films in 2008-2011. Dee takes a break when appears first in the Crime-drama, Law & Order as the boy in 2006.

Filmography


Year Film Role Notes


2001

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Jaquille Short



2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge




2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball Law & Order Boy


2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Jaquille Short

2008 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland



References


^ http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~battle/celeb/fanning.htm ^ http://www.tv-now.com/stars/dakota.html ^ Dakota Fanning Lives Out Her Dreams. timessquare.com. Retrieved on July 21, 2006.

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Barbara Blue


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Barbara Blue

Born Barbara Alyson Blue

May 31, 1993 (1993-05-31) (age 15)  
 
 
 

Barbara Alyson Blue (born May 31, 1993, Springfield, Ohio) is the English-American young child actress. She best known playing Naudia Gorden from Jane Hoop Elementary book series based on the films and Kady Kyle from My Wife and Kids (2001-2005) also her best known role since much better in Jane Hoop Elementary. Blue does not approaches to appears in the fourth film, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (2007) is because her character was built to be absent.

Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Career 2 Filmography 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Biography



Early life Blue was born in America on May 31, 1993 in Springfield, Ohio. Her birthname "Barbara Alyson Blue" was giving by her father before she was born. She is a daughter to Mark Blue and Daphne Blue (nee: Blackwell). She has a younger brother name, Milo Blue and older brother, Dylan. She is one of the middle child. Blue's grandmother, grandfather, aunt and cousin lives next door to Blue's home for 12 years since they move closer to them. For her personal life, Blue became as she have best friends as a "popular girl", form buying her first cell phone when she was 11 years old, chatting and taxing to her friends and likes to sing hip-hop and pop and punk music. She also likes to form by dating, favorite food is shrimp, roller-skating, playing tennis, riding on different rides at the carnival for some she don't like, and also likes to have living by herself a home when she grows up.


Career Blue begins her career, first seen at her bookish character, Naudia Gorden, drawing by Rita Christensen since 1991 before Blue wasn't born until 2 years later. She begins casts as Naudia Gorden, who form to be as Alec Gutzwiller's girlfriend, from the character's first appearance in Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2001), as she was smart and young, not too tough whom form written too much information on her diary. Blue also forms to create the written of the television comedy sitcom, My Wife and Kids, as the youngest, Kady Kyle. Blue continues after her break for My Wife and Kids and goes back continuing on Naudia in Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (2003) and back on her tv show including the television drama, ER. She also takes her break of still working broadcasting of My Wife and Kids. Than, back to Naudia in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (2005) continuing after forming finished her series finale of My Wife and Kids. Blue becomes absent in the fourth film, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (2007), due of Christensen's character, leaving on vacation for year only one. Blue reads the book that her character does not appears, asking she will not return into the fourth book until she comes back in the fifth book, Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (2008) and has form as a guess star from the voices of Amy in Disney's The Replacements. Blue will begin onto her two of the final films of different 3D motion pictures of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush (2010-2011).

Filmography




Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2001) - Naudia Gorden My Wife and Kids (2001, Season 1) - Kady Kyle My Wife and Kids (2001-2002, Season 2) - Kady Kyle Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (2003) - Naudia Gorden My Wife and Kids (2002-2003, Season 3) - Kady Kyle My Wife and Kids (2003-2004, Season 4) - Kady Kyle Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (2005) - Naudia Gorden My Wife and Kids (2004-2005, Season 5) - Kady Kyle ER (2006) - Jenny The Replacements (2007) - Amy (voice) Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (2008) - Naudia Gorden Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush 3D (2010) - Naudia Gorden Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: The The IMAX Experience (2011, re-release) - Naudia Gorden References


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Lisa Dee


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lisa Dee

Born Lisa Marie Dee

June 27, 1997 (age 11)

Springfield, Missouri Occupation actress Years active 2007—present


Lisa Marie Dee (born June 27, 1997; Springfield, Missouri) is the American child actress. She begins her career when filming in 2006 when does to release in 2007 is Morphin the Power, as the new character since 2001, Alice Kingston by Rita Christensen. Contents [hide] 1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Fandom 4 Filmography 5 References 6 External links

Early years


On her personal life, Dee lives with her mother, Mary-Ann Dee (nee Jones) and her dad, Adam Dee. She has two older brothers names: Luke an Jonathan and one younger sister, name Jackie. Lisa also has two pets, a cat name "Dirty" and fish name "Goldenfish", who she reads one of the Jane Hoop Elementary book, Goldenman, as a fan giving a name to a pet. Dee attends to many schools, she have many of her friends, Jennifer and Brandi. As a career, Dee reads the fourth novel, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power, and than watches a movie of the first, second and third Jane Hoop Elementary films and even watching a interview for finding cast of characters, while Dee enters to hollywood wanting to cast as Alice Kingston. Her favorite movie and books is Jane Hoop Elementary form of the films and favorite tv shows is all of the children's television.

Career


Dee begins her career for her first role that she casts Alice Kingston by Rachel Willow and Prince Williams who form as staff asking on May 2005, in Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power on 2007, after reading one of the Jane Hoop Elementary books. Dee begins continuing in the fifth Turbo of Catland, which is due on Wednesday on November 12, 2008. Dee will begin filming for the final film, The Final Rush first and second 3D films different. They both due on June 2010 and May 2011.


Filmography


2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Released on July 6, 2007

Alice Kingston  

2008

2010 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush 3D Scheduled for release November 14, 2008

Scheduled for release June 11, 2010 and re-release on May 27, 2011


References


^ Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood). CBBC Newsround. BBC (2007-07-12). Retrieved on 2007-12-05.

External links



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James Calvin


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia James Calvin

Born September 25, 1963 (age 44)


James Calvin (born September 25, 1963) is a main director and actress based working for Director of the Jane Hoop Elementary films.

Calvin was born on September 1963. Calvin first begin directing of the films first starts in Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2001). He continues: Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (2003), Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (2005) and Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. He will be reprises to return as director in Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (2003) and two different 3D parts: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush 3D (2010) and Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: IMAX 3D (2011).

Filmography


Year Film Role Notes

  Himself Director of the movie 
  

2001

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First



2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge




2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball


2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power

2008 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland



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Rita Christensen


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rita Christensen

Born Rita Christensen Martin November 17, 1965 (1965-07-31) (age 42)

Occupation Novelist Nationality American Notable work(s) Jane Hoop Elementary series

Official website

Rita Christensen Martin (born: November 17, 1965) is is an English fiction writer. Rowling is most famous for authoring the Jane Hoop Elementary series, which have gained international attention and have won multiple awards. In February 2004, Forbes magazine estimated her fortune as £576 million, making her the first person to become a US dollar billionaire by writing books; Rowling is also the wealthiest woman in the United Kingdom, well ahead of even Queen Elizabeth II.[1] [2] She is also the second richest female entertainer in the world, behind Oprah.

Contents [hide] 1 Early Life 2 After Harry 2.1 The Harry Potter books 2.2 Harry Potter-related books: 2.3 Harry Potter movies 3 Lawsuits 3.1 Nancy Stouffer 3.2 New York Daily News 4 Family 5 Notes and references

Early Year


Rowling was born in Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom in 1965. Together with her mother, father, and younger sister, Diana, she moved to Winterbourne, Bristol and then to Tutshill near Chepstow. She attended secondary school at Wyedean Comprehensive, where she told stories to her fellow students. In 1990, her 45-year-old mother succumbed to a decade-long battle with multiple sclerosis. This affected her very much. After studying French and Classics at Exeter University, with a year of study in Paris, she moved to London to work as a researcher and bilingual secretary for Amnesty International. During this period, she had the idea for a story of a young boy attending a school of wizardry while she was on a four-hour, delayed train trip between Manchester and London. When she had reached her destination, she already had the characters and a good part of the plot for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in her head, which she began working on during her lunch hours.

Rowling then moved to Porto, Portugal, to teach English as a foreign language. While there she married Portuguese TV journalist Jorge Arantes on 16 October 1992. They had one child, Jessica Rowling Arantes (born 27 July 1993), before their divorce in 1995.

In December, 1994, she and her daughter moved to be near her sister in Edinburgh. Unemployed and living on state benefits, she completed her first novel, doing some of the work in an Edinburgh café. (There is a widely circulated rumour that she wrote in a local café in order to escape from her unheated flat - but according to the author this is false).

Jane Hoop Elementary




Christensen begins publishing on July 1989, she first starts with finishing written in 1990. She titled Jane Hoop Elementary: The First. It was released on July 26, 1991. She has written onto 18 chapters in 190 pages. She states that the first book was "take off places in Cincinnati, Ohio". Christensen often puts a book sales of £32.2 million worldwide as of 1992. The book won at the "Best American Book" in 1992.

Christensen continue after finishing for her second novel. She finished witting in 1992 by May. She titled it Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge, as it is about Christensen written the new character "Goldenman". It was published in 1993. It sales on $22.4 million and was the longest chapter of 212 pages

Christensen continues after the second novels, she starts publishing on the third novel, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball, which was released on publishing in 1995, after 6 years after the first and second. It was released in 1997, as along with a release by Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. It is the new longest book in the series, which is 34 chapters and 300 pages which is now may have the scariest stories, and one person was stabbed to death by evil, was bring to life by a hero and the book has less mid-language.

Christensen starts on her fourth novel, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power, it was released 10 years after first to third. It was released in 2001. It is the longest book, with 308 pages and 35 chapters.

Christensen starts on wither fifth novel in 2002, Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, which it was 12 years after the first book since 1991. Christensen written on the book takes multiple places, which was the biggest adventure, not as the longest book, but was 267 pages and 21 chapters. It was released on 2003.

Christensen starts further on the sixth novel, it was titled Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush in 2004 while in Jane Hoop Elementary in Alien's Return, this was 15 pages long, the book short, the final book was the second longest chapter with 33, and was 301 pages long. It was released in June 2005. This is the sixth and final novel in the series. Christensen, leaves on creates, she will not create more books any more, is because, she was written the novels about the main children as heroes for 14 years of Cincinnati, Ohio. She have may create a Jane Hoop Elementary heptalogy for Dr. Catwoman the Cat, released on July 1, 2006.

Film series

On October 1998, Warner Bros., first purchased on the films right on USA and AUS. Film adaptations: first, released on 2 November 2001 along of the fourth book and second released on 28 November 2003 along with fifth book, both scored by Kim Dawson's music soundtrack. The fourth film, released on 11 November 2005 along with sixth book, and fourth, released on 6 July 2007, was music by Dan Wilson replacing Dawson. The fifth, will scheduled for 1-year release date on 12 November 2008, and final, which both due by 10 June 2010, and May 2011 a re-release. All six were director by James Calvin, produced by Brian Clark and novel herself, Christensen. Dr. Catwoman the Cat and Alien's Return, will not be one of these films, because not filming unknown films.

On Casting, Christensen has planned finding cast: Blake Brown (Danny Gorden), Amy Tammie (Rebecca Henry), Ben Linkin, (Alec Gutzwiller), Bart Simpson (Cory Berning), Bloom Dee (Bloom Dee) and Barbara Blue (Naudia Gorden). Adults Barbara Timer, Barbara Dee, Stephen Johnson, Miranda Richardson, George Jones, Arthur Walters, Nick Richards, Jessica Alder, Elliot Martinson and Keira Knightley as Dr. Catwoman, Shego Dalma, Shadow the Monkeyman, Miss. Bella Watson, Mayor Watson, Goldenman, David Johnson, Maria Dawns, Michael Walker and Belle Lamar.

After Jane Hoop Elementary

Rowling's publisher, Bloomsbury, wanted to use initials on the cover of the Harry Potter books, suggesting that if they used an obviously female name, the target group of young boys might be reluctant to buy them. Rowling chose to adopt her grandmother's name, Kathleen, for the middle initial.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was a huge success, and she has thus far published six sequels. The sales made her a multi-millionaire, and in 2001, she purchased a luxurious 19th-century mansion, Killiechassie House, on the banks of the River Tay in Perthshire, Scotland, where she married her second husband, Dr. Neil Murray, on 26 December 2001.

The Harry Potter series runs seven volumes, one for each year Harry spends in school. The series is complete. The fifth book, titled Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, was delayed by an unsuccessful plagiarism suit directed towards her by rival author Nancy Stouffer (see below). Rowling took some time off from writing at this point, because during the process of writing the fifth book she felt her workload was too heavy. She said that at one point she had considered breaking her arm to get out of writing, because the pressure on her was too much. After forcing her publishers to drop her deadline, she enjoyed three years of quiet writing, commenting that she spent some time working on something else that she might return to when she is finished with the Harry Potter series. The fifth book was released on 21 June 2003.

In late 2003, she was approached by television producer Russell T. Davies to contribute an episode to the British television science-fiction series Doctor Who. Although she was "amused by the suggestion", she turned the offer down, as she was busy working on the next novel in the Potter series. On 20 December 2004 she announced that the sixth Harry Potter book would be released on 16 July 2005.

Rowling has also made a guest appearance as herself on the American cartoon show The Simpsons, in a special British-themed episode entitled "The Regina Monologues".

The List of books


The First - 26 June 1991 Goldenman's Revenge - 25 July 1997 The Magic Ball - 22 July 2000 Morphin the Power - 5 July 2001 Turbo of Catland - 4 June 2003 The Final Rush - 21 July 2005 Jane Hoop Elementary in Alien's Return - 29 May 2004 Dr. Catwoman the Cat - December 9, 1 July 2006 The last two purport to be facsimiles of books mentioned in the novels. Fantastic Beasts is a textbook, while Quidditch is probably the most popular book in the Hogwart's library. They are complete with handwritten annotations and scribblings in the margins, and include introductions by Albus Dumbledore. All proceeds from them go to the UK Comic Relief charity. She has contributed money and support to many other charitable causes, especially research and treatment of multiple sclerosis, from which her mother died in 1990. This death heavily affected her writing, according to Rowling.

Lawsuits




Rowling has been involved in a lawsuit over the Harry Potter series, and other litigation has been suggested or rumoured.

Nancy Stouffer In the late 1990s Nancy Stouffer, an author of children's books published in the 1980s, began to charge publicly that Rowling's books were based on her books, including The Legend of Rah and the Muggles and Larry Potter and His Best Friend Lilly. In 2001 Rowling, Scholastic Press (the American publisher of her books) and Warner Bros. (the producer of the film adaptations) sued Stouffer, asking the court to judge that there was no infringement of Stouffer's trademarks or copyright. Stouffer, who had not previously sued, then filed counterclaims alleging such infringement.

Rowling and her colitigants argued that much of the evidence that Stouffer presented was fraudulent, and asked for sanctions and attorneys' fees as punishment. In September 2002 the court found in Rowling's favour, stating that Stouffer had lied to the court and falsified and forged documents to support her case. Stouffer was fined US$50,000 and ordered to pay part (but not all) of the plaintiffs' costs.

In January 2004 it was reported that Stouffer's appeal against the judgement had been rejected. The appeals court agreed that Stouffer's claims were properly dismissed because "no reasonable juror could find a likelihood of confusion as to the source of the two parties' works". The Court explained:

Stouffer's and Plaintiffs' marks are used in two very different ways. Rowling's use of the term "Muggles" describes ordinary humans with no magical powers while Stouffer's "Muggles" are tiny, hairless creatures with elongated heads. Further, the Harry Potter books are novel-length works and whose primary customers are older children and adults whereas Stouffer's booklets appeal to young children. Accordingly, the District Court correctly dismissed Stouffer's trademark claims. Stouffer was also ordered to pay the costs of the appeal. A report of the judgement can be found at Entertainment Law Digest. The 2002 judgement can be found here: ROWLING v. STOUFFER

New York Daily News On 19 June 2003 Rowling and her American publisher Scholastic announced that they would sue the New York Daily News for $100 million because the newspaper had printed information on her work Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix before the book's official release date. The novel was due for release on Saturday 21 June, but the newspaper published a plot summary and short quotes on the previous Wednesday. An accompanying image even revealed two pages from the book with legible text. However, the story was complicated further when it was revealed that the paper had purchased the book from a health store whose owner received the novels wholesale and decided to place them in the window. The man claimed he was unaware he was supposed to wait until that Saturday.

Family




On 26 December 2001, Rowling married Dr. Neil Murray (an anaesthetist) in a private ceremony at her home in the Perthshire village of Aberfeldy. On 23 March 2003, Rowling gave birth to her second child, a boy called David Gordon Rowling Murray, at the Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health at the New Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh. On 23 January 2005, Rowling's second child by Dr. Murray was born, fulfilling Rowling's lifelong wish to have three children. The baby girl was named Mackenzie Jean Rowling Murray.

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Anna Johnson


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anna Johnson

Born Anna Johnson

July 14, 1994 (1993-05-31) (age 14)  
North, South Carolina, USA 

Years active 2008 - present


Anna Johnson (b. July 14, 1994), is a American actress. She is best-known as Stephanie Slaven in the upcoming Jane Hoop Elementary of the fifth film, Turbo of Catland, which was due to release on November 2008.

Johnson, begins her career filming of the fifth film, which she begins on September 2007, after a pre-production in 2006.

She gave birth by her mother Carol Johnson (nee Lopez) and lives with her and her father, Mark Johnson. She has one younger brother, Spencer and one older sister, Carla. She has a boyfriend at school named, Kevin and as a popularity in school.

Johnson attends to South Carolina city schools, where she begins in 1997. Johnson likes: Swimming, Singing, Gloss and Dancing. Her favorite pet is a dog, and names it "Sydney".

Filmography


2008 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland Scheduled for release November 14, 2008

Stephanie Slaven  

2010 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush Scheduled for release June 11, 2010 Scheduled for re-release on May 27, 2011

References


^ Index of Births, Marriages and Deaths in England and Wales, 1984-2005. ^ Bonnie Wright IMDB entry ^ Biography at Bonnie-Fan.com ^ Biography at BonnieWrightOnline.com ^ Biography at Bonnie-Fan.com ^ Bonnie Wright ES External links




Parker McKenna Posey at the Internet Movie Database

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