Introduction Freddie Prinze Jr. was born on March 8, 1976 in Las Angeles, California. He would have lived a dream life in Hollywood fame. But when he was only ten months old, his father, Freddie Sr. had his sitcom “Chico and the Man” canceled and got high on prescription drugs and shot himself. Freddie Jr.’s mother, Kathy Cochran, moved her family back to Albuquerque, New Mexico, knowing that if they stayed in Hollywood her son would be haunted by his father’s death. In New Mexico he met his best friend Chris Sandoval at Sandia Prep where he went for sixth to eighth grade.
After living at his fathers for some time, he decided to move from relative to relatives’ house, then soon moving into his mother’s house and her boyfriend, and soon to be husband Pat O’Connor. Not being able to stand his stepfather Kurt had decided to sleep wherever he could from 1984 to 1985. As high school passed by Kurt began to do more drinking and doing drugs more often. Senior year he decided to drop out of high school due to being bullied by students because he chose art and music over sports (rollingstones.com). He then met and soon became friends with Buzz Osbourne, a local band member of “The Melvin’s” who previously Kurt had listened to and attended their gigs and also introduced him to band such as “Sex Pistols”.
His father, Martin Sheen, at the time was an actor just breaking into the business with performances on Broadway. His mother, Janet Sheen, was a former New York art student who met Charlie's father right after he had moved to Manhattan. Martin and Janet had three other children, Emilio Estevez, Renée Estevez, and Ramon Estevez, all of whom became actors. Charlie Sheen followed his father’s footsteps at an early stage. He became interested at the age of just nine with a part in his father’s movie, ‘The Execution of Private Slovik’.
Cobain later admitted that he was “gay in spirit” and “probably could be bisexual” (“The Dark Side,” 1992). He dropped out of high school two weeks before graduation because he did not have enough credits, and became a janitor. It was in high school, however, that the beginnings of Cobain’s career were formed. He met Krist Novoselic, and later co... ... middle of paper ... ... a more organized and categorized view of personality, in which Cobain fits almost perfectly. References The Dark Side of Kurt Cobain.
Fitzgerald did not do well on the entrance exams though, so he had to travel to Princeton to re-take the tests and have a personal interview. Supposedly, Fitzgerald convinced the admissions office that it would be cruel to deny him on his birthday and he began at Princeton in the fall of 1913. Fitzgerald desired to play freshman football but his career was cut short. Depending on who you ask, he either wrenched his knee and was unable to play or was cut from the squad on the first day of practice (Tate, 200). With football out of the picture, he chose to participate in the Triangle Club, an original musical comedy group, and the Princeton Tiger, a humor magazine.
B. His parents divorced when he was 10 and a. moved 8 bedroom house mom near MGM studios. b. rented out rooms Jack came to know a music loving journalist C. At this time jack became a troubled student only interested in music, arts, and theatre a. age 8, played the wizard in a summer camp production of wizard of oz, b. muscled his way into every show he could. D. age of thirteen first TV ad for the activision game Pitfall, a. not a sign that that jacks acting career moving upwards. b.
At the age of seventeen, he joined Reed College but his stay lasted for only six months before he dropped out of college. His journey to college however, had started even before he was born. His mother, who was a college graduate, had decided to put him up for adoption even before he was born. His mother however, strongly felt that he should be adopted by college graduate in the hope that they will be aware on the importance of education. The adoption was all set but unfortunately, when he was born, his parents to be suddenly decided that they wanted a girl.
Following his high school graduation in 1972, Jobs enrolled at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Board and annoyed by the structure of college he dropped out after six months and spent the next 18 months dropping in on creative classes that he found interesting. Jobs would later in his career reveal the immense value gained from his time of freely attending the classes he found interesting. In 1972 Steve Jobs was hired as a technician at Atari, Inc. Atari's co-founder Nolan Bushnell later described him as "difficult but valuable", pointing out, "he was very often the smartest guy in the room, and he would let people know that.” Come mid 1974 Jobs traveled to India in search of enlightenment, returning after seven months having experimented with psychedelics. He later called his LSD experiences "one of the two or three most important things he had done in his life.” Over the next few years Jobs had small success with a couple one-off ventures.
In his Sophomore Michael and Harvest Leroy Smith, Michael’s best friend, were invited to try out for the varsity team. At the time Michael was five feet nine inches and his friend, Harvest Smith, was six feet six inches. Harvest Smith ended up making the team, but Michael was cut. Michael went home and cried. Micheal later said that that was the worst day of his childhood.
When he was three years old his biological parents, David and Elizabeth Poe past away. David and Elizabeth Poe had three children Henry, Edgar, and Rosalie. When his parents died he was adopted by his step mother and father the Allan’s; they were tobacco exporters of London. Poe lived a luxurious childhood, going to good academic schools, even moving with his family to London, and continued his studies at a boarding school. When he was a teenager they moved back to US, because the Allan’s tobacco company was failing.