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What are some famous Latin actors in america around the 1940-1950?
A male actor who is Latin but many dont know he is?
I’m sure that you mean “Latin American” – which is completely different – or, perhaps, Mexican.
Everybody knows who these guys are: Cesar Romero, Ricardo Montalban, Anthony Quinn.
what are some male latin american actors that are around 15 years of age?
what are some male latin american actors that are around 15 years of age? please reffer some that have headshots on imdb.
Adam Irigoyen. He is Disney, but he’s a good eample.
Need a list of African American or Latino teen actors?
Once again I need this for an rpg me and my friends need a african american or latin male character the thing is what MALE actor or singer that is a teen by that I mean in there 20’s or younger not 30’s or 40’s. So do any of you know or can give me a list?
uhm… Yea that’s all i got sorry
What was the original definition of the word diva?
who coined the term and who was the term used to describe? what would you call a male diva?
The original definition:
A diva is a great female opera singer, a prima donna, such as Renata Tebaldi, Joan Sutherland, Leontyne Price, Maria Callas or Kiri te Kanawa.
However, the term is now also used to refer to an outstanding popular female performer of non-operatic works, such as Whitney Houston, Madonna, Patti Labelle, Cher, Mariah Carey, Diana Ross, Celine Dion, and Aretha Franklin, who are often referred to as divas due to their success and talent.
Also, some prominent women adored in gay male pop culture are referred to as divas, such as Kathy Griffin, Joy Behar, and Joan Rivers.
The term was originally used to describe a woman of rare, outstanding talent. It derives from the Italian word ‘divina’, meaning “divine” (feminine form), which, in turn, derives from the feminine form of the Latin word divus/diva, meaning “divine one.” TIME magazine observed in its October 21, 2002 issue: “By definition, a diva was originally used for great female opera singers, almost always sopranos.”
In mythology, the divas are the lowest forms of divinity, such as the wood nymphs.
In ballet, the equivalent of a diva is a prima ballerina assoluta.
The term is often used with a negative connotation. This derives from the implication that a star who is a “diva” is arrogant, difficult to work with, high-maintenance, manipulative, fussy, highly strung, and/or demanding. Professional actors often use this term to describe someone who desires the stage spotlight over others.
Or somebody who lives in a fantasy world, wanting to emulate the lifestyle of their celebrity icons. ‘Trying to live the life’ thinking this is what life really is.
I think boys can be Diva’s too, don’t you?
Are there major differences between Spanish in Spain and Latin America?
What makes them different, and can a Spanish person speak Spanish to someone from Latin America?
Yes they are different in terms of accent, and then in expressions; but that’s something that occurs in every latinoamerican country. Each country has their accent and expressions difference.
For example, in Spain, “rabo” is a bad word (refering to the male organ) and they use “cola” to refer to an animal tail. However, in Mexico “cola” means glue, while “rabo” means the tail of an animal.
So, there are words that you might use normally in some latinoamerican countries, while in other countries, they are foul words or expressions.
There is something called “International Spanish”, it’s the type of Spanish that latinoamerican actors learn so they can communicate through the media in an uniform manner, without any slangs, jargon, confusing words like the one mentioned above, and even some accent suppresion.
But yes, someone from Spain will be understood in any latinoamerican country, and viceversa.
Is it possible for a once professional dancer to be shy? Particularly for a male?
My mum has this concept that people who dance are generally more outgoing, so cannot believe that a guy who is a great dancer (and used to compete professionally) could be shy with a female. What do you think?
Forget the gay option… this guy is my friend, I know he isn’t gay, in fact he would appear to be at least interested in me.
Yes, absolutely and totally positively yes they can be shy. I know a Latin dancer (he’s a world-famous pro) who is shy in real life. You could never tell that he’s shy when he’s on the floor with his hot (!!!) partner but in real life he is kind of slightly uncomfortable around people in general. In other words, shy.
Dancers are trained professionals, pretty much like actors. They know how to prduce certain look (flirty, sexy, passionate, sad – you name it) but it doesn’t mean they will act like this in real life. In real life they are just people.
However, your mom still has a point: learning to dance might help overcome some part of social barriers. Also, those who are socially outgoing to begin with are a lot more likely to want to learn dancing in the first place.
When was the play, The Swaggering Soldier, written (around what time period)?
It was a Greek play that Plautus borrowed and translated.
Know more famously as the play Miles Gloriosus was written by Titus Maccius Plautus (c. 254–184 B.C.), who composed over 100 comedies in Latin, adapting them from Greek originals. His source for Miles Gloriosus was a Greek play, now lost, called Alazon or The Braggart. Although the characters in Miles Gloriosus speak Latin, they are meant to be Greeks, with Greek names, clothing, and customs.
The action takes place in Ephesus, a Greek city on the coast of Asia Minor, famous for its Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Plautus wrote his plays entirely in verse with certain sections designed to be sung. Accompaniment was provided by an instrument similar to an oboe. Only male actors were used, and all of them wore masks.
In the Stephen Sondheim musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Miles Gloriosus is the main antagonist.
True to the character’s roots in the productions of Plautus, Miles is a rude, crude, self centered, barbaric, and adored military captain. In this play, he has come to claim his bride, Philia, purchased from the procuror, Marcus Lycus. The protagonist of the play, the slave named Pseudolus, has promised the girl to his master, Hero.
When Miles appears, and no bride is present, Pseudolus must keep him happy while ‘searching’ for the bride. Pseudolus tricks Hysterium, a fellow slave, into posing as the bride, apparently dead. The play climaxes when, after much trickery and a thrilling chase around the theater, it is discovered that Philia is Miles’ sister, and that another character, Erronius, is Miles’ father. Miles, not given to incest, orders Lycus arrested (though he is forgiven for the sake of keeping the show a comedy) and takes for his harem a pair of twins (The Geminae) instead of Philia.
What is the hidden meaning behind the song “He said, She said” – Ashley Tisdale?
If you listen to the lyrics it kinda sounds like she wants to sleep with him but I wanna make sure…
The first video for “He Said She Said” was filmed on January 25, 2007. In the video, Tisdale is in a high school. She becomes attracted to a male student and does various things to impress him. Tisdale enters a classroom, and starts to daydream. Then the class room turns into a nightclub. She starts having a dance-off with the mean girls from her school, and at the end, dances with the object of her affection. Tisdale has mentioned on a YouTube video that for the first scene of the video, she slammed a locker door so hard that it could not be reopened for a retake. She has also stated that there was originally supposed be a kissing scene in the video, but it has been removed for the purpose of her younger fans. The first version was directed by Chris Applebaum. It has been confirmed by Tisdale her self in a YouTube video that video was scrapped.
In June 2007, Tisdale filmed the song’s music video which was directed by Scott Speer. The new video is the first part of the DVD There’s Something About Ashley. In the video, Tisdale and her friends go to a club, where a man played by the actor Josh Henderson notices her. She starts to dance with her friends and looks after the man. Her older sister Jennifer Tisdale appears in the music video. The world premiere of the video was on MTV’s Total Request Live on September 19, 2007. On February 25, 2008, the video was premiered in MTV Latin America. The video peaked at number one on the TRL video countdown four times in October 2007.
Is there a difference between a cross dresser,a transvestite and a she male?
Good grief, so much ignorance…
“Crossdresser” and “transvestite” are synonymous; they mean the same thing. “Transvestite” is from Latin; ‘trans’ – across and ‘vestire’ – [to] dress.
Both refer to a man who dresses as a woman (or, less commonly, a woman who dresses as a man); in general usage, ‘transvestite’ is used to describe someone who crossdresses for sexual/fetish reasons, and ‘crossdresser’ is used for someone who does so for emotional satisfaction.
NEITHER considers himself ‘a man in a woman’s body’, and NEITHER wants, or needs, a ‘sex change’.
“shemale” is a term, and concept, invented by the sex industry; it describes a partially feminised male transvestite porn actor or prostitute.
It’s extremely offensive to use it to describe anyone ulnless you know (a) that he works in those professions, and (b) he identifies himself thus.
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