Emily Robinson was born in New York City on October 18th, 1998. She began her career modeling at age six, she was represented by Ford Models. At the age of seven, she came home and declared that she wanted to start acting. Six months later she was taping her first television commercial. Emily started working in front of a live audience in Saturday Night Live! when she was eight. She has since made a total of eight appearances on the show.
Emily made her film debut in Nelly's Shocking Day, produced by the History Channel for George Washington's Mount Vernon Museum. Emily plays the title role, Nelly Custis, who was George Washington's adopted daughter. In addition to the film, Emily posed for a statue of Nelly that is at the entrance of the Museum.
Emily has a lead role in the upcoming film Behold My Heart with Marisa Tomei and Charlie Plummer, directed by Joshua Leonard, and supports in upcoming films Going Under with Bruce Willis and Famke Janssen and Broken Vows with Wes Bentley and Jamie Alexander.
A Christmas Carol
In 1840s London, Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean-spirited businessman who receives his terrifying comeuppance. One Christmas Eve, he is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley, his dead business partner. Marley foretells that Scrooge will be visited by three spirits, each of whom will attempt to show Scrooge the error of his ways. Will Scrooge reform his ways in time to celebrate Christmas?
Shrewsbury Town 2
It was not exactly the Nightmare before Christmas.
But Pompey were certainly lacking festive cheer after individual errors saw their fine run of form brought to an end at high-flying Shrewsbury.
Things appeared to be going the visitors’ way when Luke McGee saved Shaun Whalley’s penalty following a lifeless first half.
But Whalley and substitute Stefan Payne both capitalised on sloppy defending to maintain the Shrews’ magnificent home record.
The game began in cautious fashion and neither side really looked like scoring in a scrappy opening 45 minutes.
Pompey’s three bookings were arguably the most noteworthy incidents, although the Blues could perhaps feel aggrieved to see Matt Clarke, Jamal Lowe and Brandon Haunstrup’s names all taken.
There were a few balls pumped into Shrewsbury’s box, but nothing to trouble Dean Henderson between the sticks.
More concerning was a long-range attempt by Kennedy on 19 minutes, with the keeper managing to push the ball clear after it bounced awkwardly in front of him.
Not too much was happening at the other end of the pitch, although Clarke had to head away Alex Rodman’s curling effort.
And Christian Burgess then made a well-timed challenge inside the box to halt Carlton Morris’ path to goal.
But, with the game drifting towards the interval, neither stopper had realistically looked like conceding.
That almost changed in stoppage-time, though, as McGee showed good reactions after Whalley’s cross was diverted towards the net by an inadvertent Haunstrup deflection.
Shrewsbury Town 0
The first half had been forgettable – and Blues fans will be keen for the second period to also escape their memories.
Shrewsbury were given an excellent opportunity to break the deadlock soon after the restart when Christian Burgess lost the ball to Whalley.
He burst into the box and when McGee came charging from his line to deal with the danger, referee Darren Handley decided he took the man and not the ball.
It was Whalley who stepped up to take the spot-kick, only for his tame effort to be saved by the diving Blues keeper.
Pompey almost made him pay for his profligacy when Brett Pitman won a free-kick, but Henderson was equal to the skipper’s effort.
And it was the hosts who took the lead just before the hour mark when McGee tried to stop a deflected Jon Nolan effort from going out for a corner.
The keeper could not keep hold of the ball, however, and Whalley capitalised by sliding it into the net.
Jackett immediately made a double substitution, with Lowe and Kennedy making way for Oliver Hawkins and Kyle Bennett.
But the Blues were looking ragged after falling behind and McGee did well to beat Whalley to Carlton Morris’ threaded pass.
Conor Chaplin replaced Pitman in one last effort by Pompey to try to find a spark of magic and grab an equaliser.
Instead, Shrewsbury grabbed a late second goal, as Payne stole the ball from Clarke and found the target, despite McGee’s best efforts to keep it out.
Pompey kept plugging away – no doubt inspired by a noisy travelling army – but there was to be no Christmas miracle.
Shrewsbury (4-1-4-1): Henderson; Bolton, Nsiala, Sadler, Beckles; B.Morris; Whalley, Nolan, Ogogo (c), Rodman (Godfrey 87); C.Morris (Payne 75)
Goals: Whalley 59, Payne 81
Booked: C.Morris, Nolan
Subs not used: MacGillivray, Riley, Gnahoua, Dodds, John-Lewis
Pompey (4-2-3-1): McGee; Thompson, Burgess, Clarke, Haunstrup; Close, Rose; Lowe (Hawkins 60), Evans, Kennedy (Bennett 60); Pitman (c) (Chaplin 77)
Booked: Clarke, Lowe, Haunstrup
Subs not used: Bass, Donohue, May, Main
Referee: Darren Handley
Stephanie Italia Ricci (born October 29, 1986) is a Canadian actress mostly known for playing “Emily Rhodes” in Designated Survivor.
Ricci made her major acting debut in 2007, in the American Pie direct-to-video film, Beta House. She then went on to have a recurring role on the Disney XD series Aaron Stone. Ricci also appeared in the music video “Hate” by Plain White T’s as the ex-girlfriend.
During 2009, Ricci began appearing in American productions with minor roles in How I Met Your Mother, House and Greek. During that same year she had a recurring role in the Comedy Central series Secret Girlfriend as Sasha. In 2010, she co-starred in the Cartoon Network live-action series Unnatural History as Maggie Winnock. She also appeared in a Clean & Clear commercial as herself. In 2011, she appeared in the short film Valediction.
In 2013, Ricci appeared in a small role in Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut film Don Jon. Also in 2013, she was cast in the lead role of April Carver in the ABC Family series Chasing Life. The series premiered in 2014. On October 2, 2015, ABC Family canceled Chasing Life after two seasons.
Ricci joined the cast of Supergirl in December 2015 as Siobhan Smythe (aka “Silver Banshee”) – the character transforms from Kara’s rival and CatCo mean girl to full-on villain. “I think they do a really good job with telling that story in a way that keeps her honest and doesn’t paint her as a one-dimensional villain,” Ricci says of her character. “You can see that there is still a good person somewhere in there; it’s just she’s choosing to put her away for now.” Ricci is no stranger to the DC universe. Her husband Robbie Amell played Firestorm on The Flash in season one, and Robbie’s cousin, Stephen Amell, is Oliver Queen on Arrow.
Since September 2016, Ricci has starred as Emily Rhodes in the ABC political drama Designated Survivor.
In London, Iris Simpkins writes a wedding column in a newspaper and nurtures an unrequited love for her colleague Jasper Bloom. Near Christmas, she is informed that Jasper is engaged to marry another colleague, and her life turns upside down. In Los Angeles, the movie-trailers maker Amanda Woods has just split with her unfaithful boyfriend Ethan and wants to forget him. Through a house exchange website, Amanda impulsively swaps her mansion for Iris' cottage in Surrey for the holidays. While in Surrey, Amanda meets Iris' brother and book editor Graham and they fall in love with each other. Meanwhile, Iris meets her new next door neighbor the ninety year old screenplay writer Arthur, who helps her retrieve her self-esteem, and the film composer Miles, with whom she falls in love..
Portsmouth Football Club can announce that Drew Talbot has left the club by mutual consent.
The 31-year-old full-back made 14 appearances after arriving from Chesterfield in the summer of 2016.
He featured seven times this season, including in the 2-0 victory over Rochdale at Fratton Park on the opening day.
Blues boss Kenny Jackett said: “Drew’s intention is to head back north and I’m sure we’ll see him settle with a new club in January.
“We wish him well for the future and thank him for everything he’s done during his time with Pompey.
“In my short time working with him, I found Drew to be a first class professional and also a very good man.”
A Very Harold & Kumar CHristmas
Six years have elapsed since Guantanemo Bay, leaving Harold and Kumar estranged from one another with very different families, friends and lives. But when Kumar arrives on Harold's doorstep during the holiday season with a mysterious package in hand, he inadvertently burns down Harold's father-in-law's beloved Christmas tree. To fix the problem, Harold and Kumar embark on a mission through New York City to find the perfect Christmas tree, once again stumbling into trouble at every single turn.
Ryan Whitney Newman (born April 24, 1998) is an American actress, singer, and model. She is known for her roles as Allison in The Thundermans, Ginger Falcone in Zeke and Luther, Cindy Collins in Zoom, and Emily Hobbs in See Dad Run. As a child model, Newman has participated in photo shoots such as Inspire Magazine, Kaiya Eve Photoshoots 2009 and Dream Magazine, as well as modeling for fashion designer, Sherri Hill. Newman not only works in films and television shows, but has also appeared in commercials.
Newman made her first film appearances at the age of seven, in the films Monster House and Zoom. In Zoom, she portrays a young super hero, which required her to train in martial arts. On the small screen, Newman appeared in several seasons of Disney’s hit show Hannah Montana as a young Miley as well as in the Disney Channel Original Series, Good Luck Charlie. Later, she appeared as the antagonist, Ginger Falcone, in Disney XD’s Zeke and Luther. In 2010, Newman won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series by a Leading Actress, ahead of Miley Cyrus for Hannah Montana and Miranda Cosgrove for iCarly.
In 2012, Newman was cast as the lead role of Emily Hobbs, on See Dad Run, which premiered on Nick at Nite on October 6, 2012. See Dad Run ran three seasons before ending in 2015. At the end of July 2014 she traveled to Cambodia, supporting Heifer International. In 2015, Newman was cast in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! playing the role of Claudia Shepard, which she took over from Aubrey Peeples, who played the role in Sharknado.
Matt Clarke found the target as Pompey continued their impressive run by seeing off Bury at Fratton Park.
They were on top for most of the contest, but were just lacking a clinical touch in front of goal against League One’s bottom club.
Their persistence was rewarded in the second half, however, when Clarke converted a Gareth Evans corner to seal the victory.
Kenny Jackett made one change from the side that won at Charlton the previous week.
Conor Chaplin dropped to the bench, with Kyle Bennett taking his place in a central attacking role against his former club.
There had perhaps been too much festive overindulgence on Friday evening, with the atmosphere feeling flatter than usual.
Not that there was too much to inspire them on the pitch in a first half that the hosts controlled, without looking overly threatening.
A tame Brett Pitman effort was comfortably dealt with, while the crossing of Evans was providing some problems for Bury.
Danny Rose had the first of three decent opportunities for the Blues, unleashing a thunderous 30-yard drive that Leo Fasan did well to tip over on 15 minutes.
Bennett and Clarke both had half-chances, as Pompey continued to probe away without getting any reward.
But those other two notable openings came on 34 minutes and there was a touch of fortune about both of them.
First up was a jinking run into the box by Jamal Lowe, with the ball ricocheting kindly into Evans’ path.
He was left with just the keeper to beat, but Fasan did well to spread himself as big as possible and make the save.
Then, just seconds later, an attempt from Lowe took a massive deflection, sending the ball fizzing inches past the post.
There was a change just after the restart for the second week in a row, with Stuart O’Keefe withdrawn for Ben Close in the engine room.
But it was Bury who initially started stronger and a free-kick from Jay O’Shea had to be punched clear by Luke McGee.
O’Shea was also involved moments later, whipping in a corner from the right that skipper Nathan Cameron headed narrowly over.
Jackett made a second switch on the hour mark as Pompey continued their hunt for a goal, with Chaplin replacing Bennett.
And they did forge ahead moments later when Evans whipped in an excellent corner and CLARKE came charging in at the far post to emphatically head home.
Bury then replaced one former Blues striker with another to try to force an equaliser, with Michael Smith given a warm reception as he made way for Chris Maguire.
The new man immediately had an opportunity to level when he was brought down by Lowe, only to send his free-kick straight into McGee’s arms.
Pompey were still looking to get forward themselves, though, and a left-footed attempt from Evans dipped narrowly over.
The Shakers got more men forward as the seconds ticked down, but a lack of firepower meant they never really looked like getting anything from the game.
And it might have been a heavier defeat for the visitors, with Fasan getting down well to palm clear a snap-shot from Close late on.
Pompey (4-2-3-1): McGee; Thompson, Burgess, Clarke, Haunstrup; O’Keefe (Close 46), Rose; Evans, Bennett (Chaplin 60), Lowe; Pitman (c)
Goals: Clarke 62
Booked: Bennett, Evans
Subs not used: Bass, Talbot, Donohue, Kennedy, Main
Bury (4-1-2-1-2): Fasan; Edwards, Cameron (c), O’Connell, Leigh; Ince; Tutte (Mayor 65), Reilly; O’Shea; Smith (Maguire 69), Ajose
Subs not used: Maloney, Aldred, Williams, Dawson, Laurent
Referee: John Brooks
Tara Lynne Barr
Tara Lynne Barr (born October 2, 1993) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her role in the 2011 film God Bless America, which earned her a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film, and for her work in the Hulu original series Casual.
Janet Maureen Aoife Devlin (born 12 November 1994) is an Irish singer-songwriter who rose to prominence in the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011 where she finished in fifth place.
Devlin’s debut album was launched in October 2012 via PledgeMusic with a limited “pledgers only” release on 1 July 2013. It received general release with new songs and reworked tracks on 9 June 2014.