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|Location||Great Lakes Region, United States|
|Introduction||[censored] was born in [censored] in the year [censored] he currently lives in [censored]. He started acting at the age of seven in the play The Velveteen Rabbit, in which he played a party guest and a velveteen rabbit in which he wore bunny ears and a cotton tail. The production also taught him humility. It wouldn't be until he was 11 when he was in another play, The Bard, in which he got one of the lead roles, Mercutio. His role died. Then, the next year he auditioned for another play, Big Bad, in which he got the part of a blind security mouse. His next play was A guard in King Midas. Around this time he started singing. This talent came as a surprise to the director. He got one of the lead roles in his first musical. After this he attended [censored] and continues to today. Of course, TJ doesn't just act and sing. He has also swam for 11 years and played piano for 9. He has came in 4th for regional meets and continues to struggle with the piano after even 9 years. He has two dogs, Daisy and Petey. TJ is currently taking up writing as a hobby (for real, not just for this bio). TJ currently attends [censored] and is [censored].|
|Interests||singing, swimming, acting, writing, piano|
|Favorite Movies||Finding Nemo, Pirates of the Carribean (all 3), Grease|
|Favorite Music||Rihanna, Jason Mraz, Lady GaGa, blink-182, The Starting Line, Plain White Ts, Green Day, Black Eyed Peas|
|Favorite Books||Midnight for Charlie Bone, Any book about people doing stupid thins|
If you were a pirate, how would you avoid laughing when saying 'poop deck'?
Actually pooping on the poop deck. Sudden defication gets rid of laughter in a snap.