Michael Angarano is a native of New York City, and his earliest roles were for TV shows and films shot within the city's limits.
The actor took to his craft at an early age, making his television debut at age eight ...
Produced by Rashida Jones, the series follows five manicurists at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County in South Florida, where manis and pedis are merely a front for the money laundering going on for a nearby pain clinic.
The actor took to his craft at an early age, making his television debut at age eight, playing the son of David Duchovny when the "The X-Files" star hosted "Saturday Night Live." The next year, Angarano broke into film with a small role in 1996's "I'm Not Rappaport," the touching tale of senior moments and friendship based on the Tony Award-winning play of the same name by Herb Gardner.Still, for people who love comedy – and seeing the tears that go into creating it – Famed funnyman Marlon Wayans plays a version of himself in this sitcom about co-parenting.Wayans plays a guy named Marlon, a devoted if immature dad raising two kids with his ex-wife Angie.If you told six year-old Juno that she’d one day play a Disney fairy, she’d totally freak out,” she enthuses at an alarming speed, her Somerset-bred accent now submerged in thick, twangy Los Angelino (she has been a city resident since 2008).Her vocal pitch and perpetual sense of wonder could still be mistaken for a six-year old’s. I never want to lose that.” If taken on first impressions alone, it might be easy to dismiss Temple as a gushy, Bonnie Langford type, a child star trapped in the body of a woman (she started acting when she was eight). In her career, which has already spanned 32 feature films and an EE Rising Star Bafta awarded last year, Temple has shown a taste for darkly complex, unstable female characters which she has embraced with emotional maturity.She’s like a sprite in beaten-up biker boots; and she says she feels an affinity to fairies too.