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The film Mess O’ Blues was shown by professor Dan Mc Laughlin, Partible’s animation professor, to a friend working for Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, and the studio loved the film and asked Partible to set up for a seven-minute cartoon based on the said film, and Johnny Bravo was created.
Partible is currently serving for Cartoon Network Asia as executive producer for original programming, he teaches at Loyola Marymount University in animation workshops, and he is working on a pilot for Disney.
On September 29, 2001, Judd and Lopez were married but their marriage ended in June 2002. 3) Charles Klapow Charles “Chucky” Klapow is an American choreographer and dance instructor who has performed and choreographed for various performers, television and stage productions, and noted for his teachings of the mental approach to dance. His father is of American Russian descent while his mother is of Filipino descent.
Cris Judd also composed Alive, a Jennifer Lopez’s song, which was chosen as the theme song for Enough, the movie. Chucky Klapow was an assistant to choreographer and mentor Marguerite Derricks at age fifteen, including a dancing spot in the music video of Paula Abdul‘s Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.
Kristine Johnson and Wragge replaced Dana Tyler and Jim Rosenfield in June 2007, on the 11 p.m.
newscast, with Tyler and Rosenfield taking the noon time newscast.
Portacio was born in Sangley Point, Cavite City, Philippines, but grew up in the United States in places such as Midway Island and New Mexico and moved to San Diego, California.
At the age of ten his interests was reading comic books, and discovered Jack Kirby and Neal Adams work of creations and influenced him, when his neighbor decided to get rid of her husband’s collection.
5) Whilce Portacio William “Whilce” Portacio is a Filipino American comic book writer and artist best known for his work on such titles as The Punisher, X-Factor, Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man, Wetworks and Spawn.
Portacio was also credited as one of the seven co-founders of Image Comics, but did not become a partner in the company.
Kimberly Klapow, his sister, has appeared with him in all 3 High School Musicals, also appeared in High Scholl Musical: The Concert as part of the East High basketball team.