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Laura Marie Marano  born November 29,  is an American actress and singer. Marano was one of the five original classmates in Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? She starred in Without a Trace for three seasons and also Back to You , in both instances playing the daughter of the main characters. Marano starred in the indie film A Sort of Homecoming. On October 5, , Laura Marano released the single "Me" as an independent artist. Marano was born in Los Angeles , California.
Rebecca Ferguson. Age: 26. Your fantasies will become reality with me and only with me! I am a sincere, direct and insanely liberated girl.
How ‘Saving Zoe’ Stars Vanessa & Laura Marano Fought To Get The Sex Trafficking Drama Made
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Vanessa Nicole Marano  born October 31,  is an American actress. Vanessa Marano began acting professionally at the age of seven. Her sister Laura, who was on the scene with her, also impressed the agency. Marano's first major roles on television have been as Jack Malone's older daughter in Without a Trace she and real life sister Laura play sisters , Valerie's stepdaughter in The Comeback and as April Nardini in Gilmore Girls. Marano was born in Los Angeles, California. Her mother, Ellen,  is the owner of Agoura Children's Theatre.
Laurel. Age: 26. I am gentle, sweet, at the same time passionate and hot. I will give you unforgettable minutes. This is the moment when desire spreads over the body in a wave and you lose composure, common sense, even breathing.
The siblings also co-produced the movie along with their mother Ellen — a first time for all of them. But the difficulty of the topic didn't discourage the Maranos from pushing through and finding willing collaborators. Vanessa continues, "If this is a topic people are afraid to talk about, then that's even more reason the story needs to be told. The scenario is hardly fantastical. According to the Department of Homeland Security, human trafficking is the "the second largest criminal industry in the world today, and it is the fastest growing.
Remember MySpace? In , it was what every teen was talking about; and yet, for many teens today, the site is more of a legend than a distant memory. On the contrary, it is more relevant now than ever before. We were 11 and 14 when we first read it our mother, Ellen Marano, was slightly older but who really cares about age? We cried, we laughed, but more importantly, we turned inward and reflected on ourselves.