Saturday, August 12, 2017

Rule 5 Saturday - There Was a Young Lady of Perth - Olivia DeJong

This weeks Rule 5 subject was inspired by "Will", the TNT fictional series about the life of the young William Shakespeare, in which Olivia deJong portrays his love interest, Alice Burbage:
Young William Shakespeare is a struggling playwright who tires of making gloves in order to support his wife and three children. He travels to London and sells one of his plays to a theatre owned by James Burbage. In doing so, he befriends the rest of the company, pushes out the previous playwright and falls in love with Burbage's daughter, Alice. While seeking fame and fortune in London, 


Olivia DeJonge was born to Robyn and Rob DeJonge on April 30, 1998, in Melbourne, and is the oldest out of two children. In October 2003 she and her family moved to Perth Western Australia where she commenced school at Presbyterian Ladies College in Peppermint Grove, a riverside suburb of Perth. Olivia's first acting opportunity came when she was 8 years old, in the form of a radio voiceover for a prominent hardware chain. Since then she has become a sought after young voiceover specialist who has completed well over 40 radio advertisements. In 2010 Olivia was offered the lead role in Maziar Lahooti's short film the Good Pretender (2011), and Olivia won the 24th Western Australian Screen Awards Best Actress Award for her performance.
This is one to watch for.

Magga Braco and Zuleyka Rivera Mendoza leads GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (305th Issue), because they will become famous hot tamales! Also, he had to include some off beat science and plenty of North Korea stuff. Linked at Pirate's Cove in the weekly "Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup" and linkfest.






















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