Monique coleman dating

11-Oct-2017 07:29

"I actually had a kid bring it up one day and was like, 'You look like the kid from Halloweentown High.' And I was like, 'Yeah, that's me.' He was like, 'Yeah, right, you work at Blockbuster.'"8.

Like Tisdale, Monique Coleman also originally auditioned for Gabriella.

"I just knew that I was terrible," she said of her audition.

"I didn’t really feel equipped to sing and dance."9.

"I obviously heard him because it was in a trailer, so it was really thin walls and I was like, Oh shit.

I’m totally not gonna get this because that guy’s incredible."5.

"After reading the script, the first thing I said to him was, 'OK, Kenny, Ryan's gay, right?

Yeah, I knew I was gay in high school, but I didn't tell anybody.' … Zac Efron established himself as a prankster early on before shooting began.

"At the time, Raven-Symoné was the most prominent African-American on the Disney Channel, if not the only one.

I really wanted my nieces and godsisters and just other girls that were like me growing up that didn't really have a role model that looked like them [to see themselves as] the smartest girl in school."16.

Sharpay and Ryan Evans were originally written to be black characters.

"I believe they found someone to play Sharpay, but they couldn't find a black equivalent [for Ryan] and then I think they found Ashley so they decided to cast Sharpay and Ryan as Caucasian," Bleu said.4.

Yeah, I knew I was gay in high school, but I didn't tell anybody.' … Zac Efron established himself as a prankster early on before shooting began.

"At the time, Raven-Symoné was the most prominent African-American on the Disney Channel, if not the only one.

I really wanted my nieces and godsisters and just other girls that were like me growing up that didn't really have a role model that looked like them [to see themselves as] the smartest girl in school."16.

Sharpay and Ryan Evans were originally written to be black characters.

"I believe they found someone to play Sharpay, but they couldn't find a black equivalent [for Ryan] and then I think they found Ashley so they decided to cast Sharpay and Ryan as Caucasian," Bleu said.4.

Still, when he sees "Get'cha Head in the Game," he thinks, "How the fuck did we do that? At the time she was called back to play Taylor Mc Kessie, Coleman had nearly quit acting.