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We’ll Always have CHICAGO.”Collin Donnell and Norma Kuhling will not be back for It’s been an honor portraying Det. To my cast #Family, I’ll always treasure the time and stories we shared.
He debuted in the boxing film “Gladiator” in 1992, then appeared as Chris Perez alongside Jennifer Lopez in “Selena” (1997).
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To my cast #Family, I’ll always treasure the time and stories we shared.
‘s Detective Antonio Dawson will soon turn in his badge and gun — and portrayer Jon Seda is nothing but grateful for his time on duty.imminent departure from the #One Chicago franchise and pay tribute to his cast and fans.
The actor is set to leave Chicago Med's Norma Kuhling 'Feeling Nothing But Gratitude' Ahead of Exitwrote.
To all you #chihards out there, THANK YOU for being the best of fans!As her mother was an actress, Samantha was introduced to acting and theatre at a very early age.Fascinated by dramas and acting, at the age of 12, she followed on her mother’s footsteps, and decided to become an actor.They gave Selena's family veto power over the casting and choice of director. Selena's father wanted to take out the scene where Selena and Chris elope, because he didn't want Selena's younger fans to think eloping was OK. Lo was seen as the "wrong" kind of Latina for the part. Greg Nava talked him into keeping the scene, arguing that because Selena and Chris did elope, ignoring it would be dishonest and do a disservice to them. Advocacy groups and both the American and Mexican press argued that a Puerto Rican from New York shouldn't have been cast to play the Mexican-American singer, who grew up in Texas. Jackie Guerra, who played Selena's sister Suzette, wanted the role so badly, she lied about her ability to play the drums in her audition. Although she sings the intro to "Como la Flor" in the Monterrey concert scene, every other song you hear in the film is Selena.
This led to a legacy of three generations of acting profession in her family.