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Reggie

Male, 35, University Place WA

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Current OccupationClaims Adjustor
EducationPost Grad
Marital StatusSingle
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Suzy said:

Facebook is just like the fridge. Even though you know there's nothing new, you just have to check it every 5 minutes! Have a fabulous Tuesday evening! :)

Posted 12/12/2017 09:41 pm

DESIREE said:

Hey Reggie; where are you my friend?

Posted 12/12/2017 12:46 am

DESIREE said:

Sorry been away; tried to live a little bit! I'm back; missed all you guys..

Posted 12/07/2017 01:17 am

Suzy said:

"If you smile when no one is around, you really mean it." ~Andy Rooney Have an amazing Wednesday!

Posted 12/06/2017 12:56 am

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About Me

Acting/Talent Experience:
I do not have any major acting/talent experience but I have the personality to get me in the door if given the opportunity. During my senior year of high school, I participated in a scholarship pageant and included a talent category (i.e. recite a poem, play a musical instrument) and I was not nervous being in front of large audiences. I hope to get more experience in acting in the future or get casted for a Reality TV show.
Am I affiliated with unions?:
No
A major event in my life was:
A major event that affected my life, was being homeless as a high school junior with my mom and two sisters. My family ended up homeless because my mother was evicted from her apartment due to noise complaints and domestic violence. My family was asked to leave the shelter because my mom did not obey the rules of the shelter. The experience was such an eye-opener and I gain a better appreciation for individuals who are homeless and have to survive on dangerous streets in America.
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