’13 Reasons Why’ Star Justin Prentice On Playing The Monster Next Door

.@13ReasonsWhy star @JustinPrentice talks playing the monster next door

  • At the center of one the show’s darkest plot lines ― the rape of two characters ― is villainous jock Bryce, played by Justin Prentice.
  • Me specifically, for the character Bryce — not to give too much away for the people who haven’t read the book — but I was kind of terrified because I knew what my character’s arc was and what I was going to have to do at some point.
  • Selena Gomez mentioned in an Instagram post that she waited six years to cast the perfect characters for the show.
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    Moving away from “13 Reasons Why” for a second, you also had a great character arc as Becky’s boyfriend on “Glee,” in which you did a lot to dispel stigma around Down Syndrome.

  • I love playing sports, so really anything — tennis, baseball, basketball, football, golf — I’m just happy being active.

“I wanted [Bryce] to be a real kid in a high school setting who unfortunately is capable of some monstrous acts.”
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Tennessee Mom Throws A Fit When Her Daughter Learns About Islam In School

  • Tennessee Mom Throws A Fit When Her Daughter Learns About Islam In School
  • The school board explained the process for removing a textbook and said any replacement would have to meet current state standards .
  • And I want to instill these values in my daughter, but then say it’s okay, go ahead and do it.”
  • Michelle Edmisten claims her daughter’s “personal religious beliefs were violated” with lessons about Islam, according to the Kingsport Times News.
  • Tennessee is currently in the process of changing its standards.

“It is time as parents, teachers and administrators we stand up and take back our families, our schools and our country.”
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The seven-year-old girl tweeting the horrors of war in her Aleppo neighbourhood

  • Syrian children learn English to tell the world their harrowing stories Play!
  • Seven-year-old girl tweets from Aleppo Play!
  • The seven-year-old girl tweeting the horrors of war in her Aleppo neighbourhood
  • I want Syria to be ok,” the seven-year-old says. “
  • “We’re now more likely to see children being pulled from the rubble or treated on the floor of a hospital than sat at a school desk,” said Nick Finney, Save the Children’s north west Syria country director.

Good afternoon from Aleppo,”
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