Jennifer Lucas is an American producer known for being the wife of a comedian, TV producer, and businessman, Byron Allen. She is also famous for her works as an executive producer in Comics Unleashed. Lucas was born to her parents Robert and Cheri Lucas. Her mom retired from the Chancellors
Emily Frlekin rose to prominence as the wife of J.D. Pardo, who plays the lead role of Ezekiel “EZ” Reyes in the Mexican-American series, Mayans M.C. Frlekin was born in April 1982, in Santa Monica, California to her mother, Angela Frlekin. She has seven siblings, five sisters, and two brothers.
If you’ve heard about 2020 Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard then, surely you have heard of her mom, Carol Porter Gabbard. You might also know her as the wife of Mike Gabbard. Carol Porter, who identifies herself as a Hindu, was born on September 1950 in Decatur, Indiana to parents, William
A member of SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), Neville Archambault rose to prominence as an actor. Though he has only 19 filmography credits, he gained fame primarily for his appearances in the movies, 13 Cameras, and its sequel. Even though Neville was born
Melissa ‘Missy’ Rothstein is an American model, photographer, and actress, but she isn’t famous because of it. She came to fame for being the ex-wife of skateboarder and stunt man, Bam Margera, and for appearing in MTV’s reality show, Bam’s Unholy Union with him. The photographer was born to Marian
Linzey Cocker is an English actress whose work can be observed in the popular series like Waterloo Road and White Gold. Further, she’s well-known for her role, Jade Webb, in the BBC Three drama, Drop Dead Gorgeous in 2006. Born on May 19, 1988, as Linzey Louise Cocker to her parents, her earlier life details lives behind the curtains. Indeed, despite her
If you keep tabs on your country’s political state, then you might have come across Maggie Haberman. The married lady’s a political analyst for CNN while also being an active White House correspondent for The New York Times. Born on October 30, 1973, Maggie (born Maggie Lindsy Haberman) was raised