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BOOBOO STEWART REAL NAME

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Birth:

Booboo Stewart was born on January 21, 1994 (age 28) in Beverly Hills, California to Nils Allen Stewart (born July 19, 1661 in United States) a Russian, Scottish, and Native American (Blackfoot) ancestry and a Professional stuntman who also enjoyed a prosperous Hollywood career. Stewart made his acting debut in such movies as the action movie “Cop and a Half” (1993) starring Burt Reynolds, the comedy “Coneheads” (1993) starring Dan Aykroyd, and the action movie “The Shadow” (1994) starring Alec Baldwin. Nils Allen Stewart also featured in the Robert Patrick action picture “Double Dragon” (1994) and the action movie “Soul of the Avenger” (1995) with Mark Pellegrino. In the nineties and the early 2000s, Stewart devoted his time to various credits, such as “The Chamber” (1996) starring Chris O’Donnell, “The Quest” (1996) and “Meet Wally Sparks” (1997). He also worked on “Hitman’s Run” (2000) starring Eric Roberts. Stewart continued to exercise his talent in the early 2000s, taking on a mix of projects like “Undisputed” (2002), the Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson box office smash “Anger Management” (2003) and “Brick” with Joseph Gordon-Levitt (2006). His credits also expanded to “Eragon” with Ed Speleers (2006) and “Man of Faith” (2006) starring Damian Chapa. Most recently, Stewart worked on the Thomas Horn adventure for the whole family “Space Warriors” (2013).

Booboo Stewart’s mother is Renee Stewart from Japanese, Chinese, and Korean background. Booboo Stewart  has three sisters – Trent “Fivel”  Maegan, and Sage.

Fivel Stewart is an actress and a younger sister of Booboo Stewart. He once belonged to the Disney hip-hop/pop group T-Squad and performed with his sisters Fivel and Maegan under the name “TSC” (The Stewart Clan). Booboo Stewart has acquired skills in Martial Arts.

Fivel” Stewart

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Fivel” Stewart (born November 4, 1996) is an American actress and singer best known for her roles in Atypical, Freeze, and Pit FighterShe played the recurring role of Izzie in three seasons of Atypical.  Fivel Stewart has been employed in the entertainment business at the age of seven years old.  She performed as the band’s lead vocalist. She went on tour with Mitchel Musso, Menudo, and Demi Lovato. She has also performed as the lead vocalist for the band 5L, which also features her brother Booboo Stewart on guitar.

When she was five years old, she started learning karate.  She started competing at the age of six, winning the Martial Arts World Championships in 2002 and 2003. In 2003, she was admitted into the Black Belt Junior Hall of Fame.

MAEGAN STEWART

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Maegan Stewart is an American actress best known for her roles in Korea town, Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft, and Wristcutters: A Love Story (2006). (2007). Maegan Stewart was born on and is a native of California, California, in the United States.

SAGE STEWART

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Sage Stewart was Born in the United States on November 14, 2005, Sage Stewart is a well-known member of the Stewart family. Sage Stewart is an actor best known for her work in Saturday at the Starlight, American Satan, and Tales of Halloween (2015). The eldest of the four Stewart siblings, Booboo, is a famous actor. In 2015, she also started acting.

She started her acting career in 2015. The horror thriller Tales of Halloween from 2015 features her in a supporting role. Sage Stewart grew up in an acting family. Her father, stuntman and actor Nils Allen Stewart, has appeared in movies like The Mask, Space Cowboys, and The Scorpion

 

Career:

Booboo Stewart’s Career started when he acted or starred in a number of independent, direct-to-video, or TV movies between 2006 and 2010. He also served as the host of six episodes of the Hawaii-based children’s program Blue Dolphin Kids and performed stunt work on a number of movies, including Zoom (2006) and Beowulf (2007). He has appeared in episodes of ER, Dante’s Cove, Steve Harvey’s Big Time Challenge, and Everyone Hate Chris.

Stewart performed in the Target ads with the same band and Miley Cyrus Danimals toured with Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus on her Best of Both Worlds Tour and participated in the Camp Rock Freestyle Jam concert series. Let’s Go!, the opening theme for the Disney Channel Games in 2008, and “Under the Sea” (from The Little Mermaid), the closing song for DisneyMania 7 in 2010, were both recorded by him. He also advertised clothing in a number of magazines and on billboards, as well as Wii Fit and Hot Wheels. He had an appearance in the 2010 film Logan. During 2006–2008, he was a member of the musical group T-Squad.

Theatrical Features:

In 2010, Stewart appeared in the movie Logan, a coming-of-age story about two brothers. He portrayed Seth Clearwater in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third installment of The Twilight Saga film series.

In 2012, Stewart starred in the movie White Frog as Nick Young, a teen with Asperger’s syndrome. In 2013, he played the lead role in Running Deer, an award-winning short film produced and directed by Brent Ryan Green through Toy Gun Films. Stewart also appeared in 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past acting as Warpath.

In 2013, Stewart appeared in Space Warriors alongside Danny Glover, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Lucas, and Mira Sorvino, directed by Sean McNamara.

Stewart starred in the 2015 Disney Channel original movie Descendants as Jay, the son of Jafar. He reprised his role in the 2017 and 2019 sequels, Descendants 2 and Descendants 3. In 2020, Stewart appeared as Willie in the Netflix series Julie and the Phantoms, and as Peter Dragswolf in the film Let Him Go.

Philanthropic Activities

Booboo Stewart was selected by the Muscular Dystrophy Association to serve as a Celebrity Ambassador in 2010. Stewart’s position allows him to contribute to the effort to increase public awareness of muscular illnesses. He appears in print and television ads for the MDA’s “Make a Muscle, Make a Difference” PSA campaign. For the Channel 7 Telethon, which raised money for the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, he also traveled to Perth, Australia. Additionally, free concerts were presented by Stewart and his sister Fivel on behalf of the national charity Childhelp. Booboo Stewart appeared in a PETA campaign, encouraging people to adopt animals rather than buy them from pet stores. He is also involved in Four Green Steps, an environmental organization based in Canada.

BOOBOO STEWART REAL NAME

Booboo Stewart’s Real name is Nils Allen Stewart Jr. Nils Allen Stewart has nicknamed Booboo as a child because he used to suck two fingers and his mom said that he had a booboo face. Booboo is a nickname that he happened to grow up with making people know him as Booboo Stewart.

BOOBOO’S RELATIONSHIP

It is evident from a look at social media that Booboo is dating Valentina Cytrynowicz.
She is employed as a model, photographer, musician, and model. She was born and reared in Los Angeles.

 

 

BIOGRAPHY OF WILL SMITH

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BIRTH
Willard Smith, Jr., was born in United State on September 25, 1968, and raised in Wynnefield, Pennsylvania, a middle-class suburb of West Philadelphia. He is the oldest son and one of four children. His father was a refrigeration engineer married to a school board employee Caroline Bright. His parents were loving but demanding, the kind who took their children to Mount Rushmore on vacation to prove that education does not end with the classroom.


SIBLINGS
Willard Smith has three siblings – Ellen Smith, Harry Smith, Pam Smith.


SCHOOL
As a teen, Smith attended Overbrook High School, a public school in Philadelphia. His teachers there nicknamed him “the Prince” because they found him so charming. His best subject was mathematics, and he earned good enough grades to be accepted at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineering program. By that time, though, fate had decreed a different path for the Prince.


MARRIAGE
Smith; married Sheree Zampino, 1992 (divorced 1995); married Jada Pinkett, 1997; children: (first marriage) Will III; (second marriage) Jaden Christopher Syre, Willow Camille Reign.


MUSIC CAREER
When he was just twelve years old, Smith met Jeffrey Townes at a friend’s party. Townes was better known as DJ Jazzy Jeff, and although he was only a few years older than Smith, he had been spinning records at parties for quite some time. Smith was just beginning to rap—calling himself the Fresh Prince—and he and Jazzy Jeff became friends. For some years they performed in different rap groups and only occasionally paired up. Then, in 1986, their partnership became more serious. In 1986 they cut their first LP together, Rock the House. Their first single, “Girls Ain’t Nothin’ but Trouble,” did well on the charts. Already famous throughout the Philadelphia region, they found themselves in demand in the rest of the country as well. As the money began to roll in, Smith was able to convince his parents that college could wait. In fact, he earned a million dollars before he turned 20.

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SUMMARY OF BIOGRAPHY
Will Smith is an extremely popular American actor, who began his career as a rap artist, teaming up with turntable DJ Jazzy Jeff and beat boxer Ready Rock C. He was known to be a bright student hailing from Philadelphia’s ‘Overbrook High School’, who decided against attending college so that he could pursue a career in music. He was successful as a singer and is also a ‘Grammy Award recipient. At the age of 25, this young man ventured into movies, and debuted with the famous movie ‘Six Degree of Separation’. From then on, there was no looking back for this talented young star. With blockbuster movies like ‘Independence Day, ‘I, Robot’, ‘I Am Legend,’ ‘Enemy of the State’, ‘The Pursuit of Happiness,’ ‘Ali’, and ‘King Richard,’ Will Smith has won several awards and accolades, including an ‘Academy Award,’ a ‘Critics’ Choice Movie Award,’ a ‘British Academy Film Award,’ a ‘Screen Actors Guild Award,’ four ‘Grammy Awards’ and a ‘Golden Globe Award.’ His power-packed performances show versatility and promise that this star is here to stay. In the opinion of many directors, the actor was like a breath of fresh air and essayed emotional roles with as much ease as he would portray an action hero. Amongst his several brilliant films, ‘Men in Black’ a sci-fi comedy, was one movie that became a roaring hit with moviegoers all over the world. The popularity of the first movie inspired the sequels in the ‘Men in Black’ series, which were lauded by fans and critics alike.

TREY SMITH

treyTrey was born on November 11, 1992, in Los Angeles, California, USA, to Will Smith and Sheree Zampino. He has two half-siblings from his father’s side, rapper, singer-songwriter, and actor Jaden and singer-songwriter, actress, and dancer Willow.

Actor and DJ jockey Willard Carroll “Trey” Smith III hails from the United States. He is the son of Will Smith, an actor, and Sheree Zampino, an actress. Trey, a native Californian, was raised in relative obscurity despite being the oldest child of one of Hollywood’s biggest actors. He had the opportunity to experience a somewhat normal upbringing, unlike his half-siblings who had to deal with the intense pressure of constantly being the center of attention. He and his connection with his father were unavoidably impacted by his parents’ 1995 divorce. Smith claims that after the divorce, his son believed he had deceived and abandoned him. Years passed before they were able to repair their loving bond. With his father, stepmother Jada Pinkett Smith, and half-siblings Jaden and Willow, Trey is frequently pictured these days. Trey and Smith both frequently upload images of their favorite hangouts on their individual social media profiles. He has chosen the moniker AcE for his professional career as a disc jockey, and he primarily performs in the Los Angeles region.

JADEN SMITH

JadenJaden Smith was born on 08/07/1998. Jaden Smith is a rapper and actor. California’s Malibu is where Jaden Smith was born.
Jaden Smith together with his sister Willow Smith and brother Trey Smith are performers. He and his siblings represent Project Zambia, a charity that helps African children who have lost both parents to AIDS. 

Jaden Smith Starred in his first Movie in 2006 which he acted as his father’s on-screen kid, Jaden Smith made his movie debut in 2006’s “The Pursuit of Happyness.” He subsequently received an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance.
He gave two awards at the 79th Academy Awards alongside Abigail Breslin. He co-starred with Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly in the 2008 adaptation of the science fiction film “The Day the Earth Stood Still.” He co-starred with Jackie Chan in the 2010 adaptation of “The Karate Kid”. Jaden Smith featured on Justin Bieber’s song ‘Never Say Never’ released in 2011. He has since appeared on three more of his tracks. He released his first mix tape ‘The Cool Café’ in 2012.

 

Willow Camille Reign Smith

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was born on October 31, 2000, in Los Angeles, California. Smith is the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, two well-known actors. Jaden Smith, her older brother, and Trey Smith, her older half-brother, are her siblings. Due to the prominence of her family, Smith was raised in the public eye.

Film Career

Smith co-starred with her father in the film I Am Legend in 2007. In 2008’s Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, she made her second appearance. She then collaborated with her mother to voice a part in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008). Additionally, she appeared on the television program True Jackson, VP. Smith voiced characters in Neo Yokio and Adventure Time while she was a teenager.

Music Career

When Willow Smith was nine years old, her debut pop single, “Whip My Hair,” was released. The song was a success; in the end, it earned platinum status and peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. Smith entered into a recording agreement with Jay-Roc Z’s Nation in 2010. Smith had some success with his follow-up singles, such as 2011’s “21st Century Girl,” but nothing topped the success of “Whip My Hair.” She also started to detest the demanding lifestyle of the performer. Willow Smith protested against carrying on during her “Whip My Hair” tour in 2012 by shaving her head. She also made the decision not to accept the lead part in her father’s upcoming film adaptation of the musical Annie. Smith has acknowledged that she later began self-harming in an effort to cope with her emotional agony.