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Attention kids of all ages: Here's a reminder to always have your listening ears on. A 13-year-old student recently found himself selling chocolate for a school fundraiser. As many students do, he approached a mom who became curious to learn more about the cause. Sounds typical, right? But during their conversation, the woman changed her voice and began impersonating a famous character. "I'm 10 and I go to Springfield Elementary. I'm Bart Simpson," she said. "Shake my hand cause…" Because you're talking to the one and only Nancy Cartwright also known as the voice of Bart. As you likely could have guessed, the middle school student was blown »
[[tmz:video id="0_zswqhnco"]] Nancy Cartwright is awesome ... slowly and slyly revealing to a kid on a mission he's lookin' at the voice of Bart Simpson. Nancy was at a shopping mall in Sherman Oaks, CA when she happened upon an 8th grader who was hawking sweets. You gotta see his reaction when the light bulb goes on. Read more »
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7 February 2017 8:54 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Actress Maria Bello will be honored at the 12th annual L.A. Italia Film Fest with the fest’s Excellence Award in recognition of her long acting career and work as a human rights activist.
The world premiere of Bello’s new film, Ambi's In Search of Fellini, will close out the festival. The coming-of-age-drama directed by Taron Lexton is about a small-town Ohio girl who after discovering the films of Federico Fellini, sets off on a bizarre journey across Italy to find him. Ksenia Solo and Mary Lynn Rajskub also star.
- Ariston Anderson
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