Famous people from Saint Lucia
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Derek Alton Walcott, OBE OCC is a Saint Lucian poet and playwright. He received the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is currently Professor of poetry at the University of Essex. His works include the Homeric epic poem, Omeros, which many critics view "as Walcott's major achievement." In addition to having won the Nobel, Walcott has won many literary awards over the course of his career including an Obie Award in 1971 for his play Dream on Monkey Mountain, a MacArthur Foundation "genius" award, a Royal Society of Literature Award, the Queen's Medal for Poetry, and the 2011 T. S. Eliot Prize for his book of poetry, White Egrets.
Darren Julius Garvey Sammy is a Saint Lucian cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies. He is a right-handed batsman and a fast-medium bowler. On making his One Day International debut against Bangladesh in 2004, Sammy became the first person from the island of St. Lucia to play international cricket. Three years later he made his Test debut against England, taking 7/66 which were the best bowling figures for a West Indian in his first Test since Alf Valentine in 1950. Sammy was appointed West Indies captain in October 2010. He scored his maiden Test century in May 2012 during a match against England. Sammy also captained West Indies to the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 victory against Sri Lanka, their first major trophy for 8 years. They won the ICC Champions trophy against England in 2004. At the launch of the Caribbean Premier League Sammy was announced as a franchise player for the 2013 tournament.
Joseph Marcell is a St. Lucian-born English actor, best known for his role as Geoffrey the English butler on the NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Sir William Arthur Lewis was a Saint Lucian economist well known for his contributions in the field of economic development. In 1979 he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.
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Levern Donaline Spencer is a Saint Lucian high jumper. Spencer was born in Cacao Babonneau, Castries.
Yasmin K., also performs using the name Y-ass, is a German pop singer. She is most known for appearing in 2001 on the second season of Popstars. Knoch is the daughter of Oliver Bendt, founder of Goombay Dance Band. Her mother is from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. Knoch grew up in Hamburg. After completing her abitur, she took lessons in singing, piano, and guitar. She began performing in shows with her father's band. In the year 2000, she played a major role in the musical Buddy. In the autumn of 2001, she auditioned for the television show Popstars. Knoch did not make it into the finals and was eliminated from the show. Alex Christensen, a judge on Popstars began collaborating with her on numerous projects. In the summer of 2002, they released the single "Rhythm of the Night", a cover version of a hit by the Italian band Corona. In 2003, Yasmin K. and Alex C. released the song "Angel of Darkness, as a promotion single for Eidos Interactive for the video game Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness. After a four-year break, she reappeared with the song "Du hast den schönsten Arsch der Welt" and a cover version of the 1996 hit "Run Away" by The Soundlovers.
Johnson Charles is a Saint Lucian cricket player.
Kenny Davis Anthony is a Saint Lucian politician who has been Prime Minister of Saint Lucia since 2011, a post he held from 1997 to 2006. As leader of the Saint Lucia Labour Party, he was Leader of the Opposition from 2006 to 2011 and returned to office as Prime Minister on 30 November 2011 following the 2011 election.
Dominic Laurence Johnson is a retired St Lucian athlete competing in the pole vault. He is a former decathlete. His personal best result is 5.70 metres, achieved in 2000. This is the current St Lucian record. He also holds the St Lucian records in decathlon, 110 metres hurdles, 4 x 100 metres relay and 4 x 400 metres relay. In 1998, Dominic established his national indoor record of 5.55 m in Flagstaff, Arizona. A graduate of University of Arizona, he has been described by then-coach Dave Murray as "the best all around athlete we've ever had at the university." Dominic, a past Sportsman of the Year recipient in St Lucia, won a silver medal for St Lucia at the 2008 CAC Championships in Cali, Colombia. In collaboration with journalist Terry Finisterre, Dominic also set up a College Athletic Scholarship Program which benefitted more than 30 St. Lucian athletes, one of who went on to become a 2004 Olympian.
Dame Pearlette Louisy GCSL GCMG is the Governor-General of Saint Lucia. She is the first woman to hold this office, which she was sworn into on 19 September 1997. Born in the village of Laborie she attended the Laborie Infant School and Primary Schools. In 1960 she proceeded to the Saint Joseph's Convent on the Javouhey Scholarship. In 1966, a year after the completion of her secondary education she was awarded the Canadian International Development Agency scholarship to pursue a Bachelors’ Degree in English and French at the University of the West Indies at Cave Hill, Barbados. In 1972, she was awarded the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan to pursue a M.A. degree in Linguistics, in the field of Didactics at the Université Laval in Quebec City, Canada. In 1991, she proceeded to the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom where she read for a Ph.D. degree in Education. Louisy has contributed significantly to the development of Education in Saint Lucia, having spent most of her professional life in the teaching profession. During the periods 1969-72 and 1975-76 she taught at the St Joseph's Convent. From 1976-86, she served as a tutor of French, and was subsequently appointed as Principal of the St. Lucia A Level College. When the A Level College and Morne Technical School merged into the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, she first served as Dean, and was subsequently appointed as the Vice Principal and Principal of the College.
Earl Jude Jean is a Saint Lucian former footballer who played as a striker. He made 21 appearances in the Primeira Divisão for Felgueiras, 84 in the Football League for Ipswich Town, Rotherham United and Plymouth Argyle, and five in the Scottish Premier League for Hibernian. Jean played for Saint Lucia at full international level.
Guy George is a Saint Lucian footballer who plays for the Micoud club..
Zaine Pierre is a Saint Lucian international footballer who plays in Italy for Genoa, as a midfielder.
Stephenson King was the sixth Prime Minister of Saint Lucia. He is the son of Grafton King; a renowned seaman, from Canouan, St.Vincent and Marie Bernadette Satney, a seamstress from the village of Choiseul. He represents the constituency of Castries North for the United Workers Party in the House of Assembly of Saint Lucia. Although himself reelected in his constituency, his UWP party suffered defeat in the 28 November 2011 general elections.
Jane King is a St. Lucian poet, a leading West Indian writer of the generation born after World War II.
Rick Wayne, OBE, is a St. Lucian writer, editor, former professional bodybuilder and pop singer.
Dr. Julian Robert Hunte, CSL, OBE was the foreign minister of Saint Lucia from April 2001 to 26 October 2004, when he was succeeded by Petrus Compton. He is the Permanent Representative for Saint Lucia to the United Nations, after presenting his credentials to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on 7 December 2004. Hunte was also the President of the United Nations General Assembly during its 58th regular session. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire, in recognition of his dedicated service to the Government and people of Saint Lucia, in 1979.
Trix Worrell is a St Lucia-born writer, composer and director.
Gilson Lubin is a stand-up comedian originally from Saint Lucia. Raised most his life in Canada, Gilson spent the past couple of years on the CTV programme MTV Live as one of its original seven hosts. Lubin's career has led to performances at Montreal's prestigious Just for Laughs festival winning a development deal with SpikeTv 2004 and a year prior he won the 2003 Canadian Comedy Award for Best Stand-up Newcomer. Gilson has taken his act all over North America while making appearances on shows such as Comedy Central, Premium Blend. Of the proud moments, Lubin believes meeting Bill Cosby and opening for Dave Chappelle. He is also featured in the January 2008 94th episode of HBO's Def Comedy Jam.
George William Odlum was a Saint Lucian left-wing politician who served as Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister. Born in Castries, Odlum studied at Bristol University and Oxford University in the United Kingdom before returning to Saint Lucia as Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Trade. After working for the Commonwealth Secretariat and the West Indies Associated States, he formed the Saint Lucia Forum, a left-wing pressure group. This group merged with the Saint Lucia Labour Party in time for the 1974 elections; although the Party did not win, the progress they made allowed them to take power in 1979, with Odlum as Deputy Prime Minister. Although a secret agreement originally stated that Odlum would take power after six months, his support for Cuba and similar left-wing nations led to American pressure to keep him out. After months of negotiations, Odlum was dismissed as Deputy Prime Minister, and the ensuing government weakness and infighting led to its defeat in the 1982 election. In opposition, Odlum was made Ambassador to the United Nations, resigning in 1996. When the Labour Party came to power again a year later, he became Foreign Minister, overseeing the establishment of stronger relations with both Cuba and China. Amidst controversy over his alleged alliance with the opposition, Odlum resigned in 2001. Never again returning to power, he died on 28 September 2003 following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Danielle Beaubrun is an Olympic and National Record holding swimmer from the Caribbean island nation of Saint Lucia. She swam for Saint Lucia at the 2008 Olympic Games, where she was the youngest member of the country's Olympic team.
Kevin Edward was born on 24 March 1991. He is an international soccer player from Saint Lucia, who plays as a midfielder.
Marie-Josephine Mara Thompson is a Saint Lucian-born Barbadian politician, educator and widow of the sixth Prime Minister of Barbados, David Thompson, who died in office on October 23, 2010. Thompson won the special by-election to succeed her husband in the Saint John constituency on Thursday, January 20, 2011, holding the seat for the Democratic Labour Party.
Darvin Edwards is a Saint Lucian competitor in men's High Jump. Darvin was born in Castries. Darvin holds the St Lucia National Record for men's High Jump. His career best mark of 2.31m, in Daegu, South Korea at the 2011 IAAF World Championships in Athletics is also the record for the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States.
Dwight Marshall is a retired Jamaican-born English footballer who played as a striker. As a schoolboy, Marshall attended Holloway Boys School in North London, and was one of the most gifted right-wingers of his day, making many appearances for Islington schools. As a professional, Marshall was an attacking left-winger or striker who featured for Plymouth Argyle, Middlesbrough and Luton Town. He also appeared for a number of non-league sides during his career. In total, Dwight made 129 league appearances for Argyle, scoring 40 goals. His time at Luton was also successful as he played in 128 league games and scored 28 goals for the Hatters. Dwight unfortunately broke his leg during the 1995-96 season, which ended with Luton being relegated from what is now the Championship. After this he never really regained his place or his form, and he eventually left for a brief spell back at Plymouth. He then drifted into non-league football, playing at Kenilworth Road again for Kingstonian against Luton in an FA Cup tie during the 1999–2000 season. Dwight Marshall now works as a Human Resources Manager for a North London college.
Sir Allan Fitzgerald Laurent Louisy, KCMG, PC was the second prime minister of independent St Lucia, following Sir John Compton in office. He was born in Laborie on September 5, 1916, and served as a judge before being elected to parliament in 1974. In the 1979 general elections, Louisy became Prime Minister following the Saint Lucia Labour Party victory. Before the elections, he had made a secret pact to hand over power to fellow representative George Odlum within the first six months in power, a deal he broke following pressure from US officials and other allies. This resulted in a split in the Labour Party, provoking a crisis in 1981. He chose to step down. He was succeeded as Prime Minister not by Odlum, but by his attorney-general, Winston Cenac. Odlum went on to create his own party, the short-lived Saint Lucia Progressive Labour Party. The SLP lost the subsequent 1982 election to Compton's UWP. Louisy retired from politics and withdraw to his home in Saphyr Estate, Laborie. He was knighted on March 31, 2005. He died on March 2, 2011, at home.
Hulan Edwin Jack was a prominent Saint Lucian-born New York politician who in 1954 became the highest ranking African American municipal official up until that time, when he was elected Borough President of Manhattan.
Carlos Charles Remy is a Saint Lucian born former English cricketer. Remy was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace. He was born in Castries, Saint Lucia. Remy made his first-class debut for Sussex against Hampshire in the 1989 County Championship. From 1989 to 1995, he represented the county in 21 first-class matches, the last of which came against Derbyshire. In his 21 first-class matches for Sussex, he scored 480 runs at a batting average of 18.46, with 2 half centuries and a high score of 60. In the field he took 7 catches. With the ball he took 19 wickets at a bowling average of 55.31, with best figures of 4/63. It was for Sussex that he made his debut in List A cricket against the touring Zimbabweans in 1990. From 1990 to 1995, he represented the county in 32 List A matches, the last of which came against Ireland in the Benson and Hedges Cup. Following the 1995 season, Remy joined Leicestershire. In the 1996 season, he played a single first-class match against Oxford University. Remy also played 15 List A matches for Liecestershire in 1996, with his final appearance for the county in that format coming against Nottinghamshire in the 1996 AXA Equity and Law League. The 1996 season was Remy's only season with the county.
Llewellyn Xavier OBE is a Saint Lucian artist. Xavier left Saint Lucia for Barbados in 1962, working as an agricultural apprentice for a time. A friend gave him a box of watercolors, and he was soon drawn to art. His first exhibition was a great success, and soon his reputation was established. In 1968, Xavier moved to England, where he became a pioneer in the field of mail art. He enrolled in the school of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in 1979, and for a time was a Cistercian monk in Montreal. After a time, he left the monastery, marrying and returning to Saint Lucia in 1987. Probably Xavier's most important work to date is a large cycle of collages created around 1993. Titled Global Council for Restoration of the Earth's Environment, it was first shown at the Patrick Cramer Gallery in Geneva in May of that year. The collages incorporate all manner of recycled materials, including naturalist prints from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and postage stamps from many countries. They also include signatures of various world leaders of environmentalism and of a number of conservationists. Xavier received the OBE in 2004 in recognition of his contributions to the art of the Commonwealth. His most recent series to date, also of collages, is titled Environment Fragile, and is meant to call attention to the destruction of the environment; he has sent pieces from the series to various dignitaries around the world.
Eden Charles is a Saint Lucian international footballer who plays as a striker. He's also a second cousin of for Sligo Rovers legend Wesley Charles.
Mario F. Michel is a Saint Lucian lawyer and politician and since 2009 has been a judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. Michel studied Economics and History at the University of the West Indies in Cave Hill, Barbados. He then went on to study at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago from 1988 to 1990. In 1990 he started his own legal practice, Michel & Company, which he pursued until being elected to Parliament in 1997, representing the district of Gros Islet. Michel is a former President of the National Youth Council and an avid bridge player who has represented the island at many tournaments. From 1997 he was part of the Prime Minister Kenny Anthony's cabinet, serving as Minister of Education, Human Resource Development, Youth and Sports and the position of Deputy Prime Minister. He presided over the establishment of Universal Secondary Education and cut a figure of principle and was sometimes construed as obdurate. His tenure was also characterised by confrontations with Saint Lucia Teachers Union some of which ended in short industrial actions. After the executive of the Saint Lucia Labour Party voted to remove their term limit clause and effectively allow current leader, Dr Kenny Anthony to take the party into the 2006 elections he announced his intention not to partake in the General Elections of 2006. He returned to his private legal practice. There has been talk about the return of Michel to the helm of the party. He has hinted this in a recent television interview where he said coyly that he was getting many requests from people to return to politics but he was still weighing up his options.
Jamil Joseph is a Saint Lucian international footballer who plays club football for Root Alley Ballers of the Saint Lucia Silver Division.
Isidore Philip Tisson was an international footballer from Saint Lucia. Tisson played as a midfielder, and played club football for clubs throughout the Caribbean including Canaries, Anse La Raye Young Stars and Helenites. Tisson was shot to death on 30 August 2010 in Brooklyn, New York City.
Kervin Marc is an English cricketer who has played first-class cricket for Middlesex County Cricket Club and Central Districts cricket team, and one-day cricket for Berkshire, Middlesex Cricket Board, Surrey Cricket Board and Hertfordshire in addition to coaching the Manawatu cricket team during the Hawke Cup.
Rubén Blades is the father of Ruben Dario Blades, Sr..
Ignatius Cadette, born 3 March 1957 in Castries, St Lucia, is a former West Indian cricketer who played first-class and List A cricket for Windward Islands and the Combined Islands cricket team in the 1970s and 1980s as a batsman and wicketkeeper.
Alderman Rowe Nicholas Lesmond is a West Indian cricketer. Lesmond is a left-handed batsman who plays as wicket-keeper. He also plays association football for the United States Virgin Islands football team. He was born in Saint Lucia. Lesmond made his first-class debut for the Leeward Islands against Jamaica in the 2005/06 Carib Beer Cup. He made three further first-class appearances for the team, the last of which came against Barbados in the same season. In his four first-class matches, he scored 38 runs at an average of 7.60, with a high score of 13 not out. He also played List A cricket for the Leeward Islands, making his debut in that format against Jamaica in the 2005/06 KFC Cup. He made five further List A appearances for the team, the last of which came against Guyana in the same tournament. In six List A appearances, he scored 11 with a high score of 10 not out. In February 2006, Lesmond played for the United States Virgin Islands in the 2006 Stanford 20/20, whose matches held official Twenty20 status. He made two appearances in the tournament, in a preliminary round victory against St Maarten and in a first-round defeat against St Vincent and the Grenadines. He later played for the United States Virgin Islands in their second appearance in the Stanford 20/20 in 2008, making two appearances in a preliminary round victory against St Kitts and in a first-round defeat against Antigua and Barbuda. In his four appearances, he scored a total of 26 runs at an average of 6.50 and a high score of 14. Behind the stumps he took three catches and made two stumping.
Bryan Michael Mauricette was a cricketer: a right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman who played a handful of first-class matches for the Windward Islands between 1966–67 and 1972–73 without ever passing 20. He later played for Canada in both the 1979 ICC Trophy and the same year's World Cup. His new country lost all three of their World Cup matches by large margins, with Mauricette making just 20 runs in his three ODI innings. His ICC Trophy performances were also mostly poor, although he did make 72 in the semi-final victory against Bermuda.
Rufus George Bousquet is a Saint Lucian politician who formerly represented the constituency of Choiseul for the United Workers Party. Bousquet last won the seat at the general election held on 11 December 2006 but lost it to Lorne Theophilus in the November 2011 General Elections. Prior to 2000 his name was Bruce Tucker or, from 1989, Joseph Michael Bousquet. He was born in St Lucia and educated until 1975 at St Mary's College. From 1989 until his first election to Parliament in 1992 to represent Choiseul, he was Managing Direction of a holiday real estate company. Bousquet served in the government under Prime Minister John Compton as Minister for Financial Services and the National Development Corporation before being dismissed in 1995. Following the UWP victory in December 2006, he became Minister for External Affairs, International Financial Services, Information and Broadcasting in Compton's new government, sworn in on 19 December. On May 1, 2007, he signed an agreement with Taiwanese foreign minister James Huang restoring diplomatic relati ons between the two countries at the expense of St. Lucia's relations with the People's Republic of China. In early June 2007 Bousquet was dismissed from the government by Compton; some speculation attributed the dismissal to the restoration of relations with Taiwan.
Frederick Eutrope Degazon was the first President of Dominica. He was born in Castries, Saint Lucia, and at last report was living in exile in London. Degazon went to college in Saint Lucia and studied law in the University of London. In the 1940s he served as a civil servant in Dominica, Saint Lucia and Jamaica until his retirement in 1969. He was elected Speaker of the House of Assembly in 1977 and after declaration of independence in 1978, parliament elected Degazon as first President of Dominica, the post is largely ceremonial. In June 1979, during a constitutional crisis stirred by the desire for democratic socialist reforms, Degazon tried to leave the country and was eventually allowed to flee to England on 11 June. The House of Assembly initially elected as his replacement Louis Cools-Lartigue, who resigned the next day, and he was then replaced by Jenner Armour. Degazon officially resigned in February 1980.
Menissa Rambally is a Saint Lucian politician who represented the Castries South East constituency for the Saint Lucia Labour Party, until she was defeated in the general election of 11 December 2006. She was appointed Permanent Representative for Saint Lucia to the United Nations in 2012. She was the Minister of Culture in the government of the Saint Lucia Labour Party. Rambally was the youngest candidate and the youngest MP in the country's history, entering parliament at 21 years of age. She is of Indian, African and European ancestry. She is a graduate of the Leon Hess Comprehensive School and a Business Graduate of Caribbean Union College, an affiliate of Andrews University, Michigan. Menissa is the eldest daughter of Nelista and Hezekiah Rambally, with her sisters Pearl and Shameela. Shameela, meanwhile, is determined to blaze her own trail in the business sector. Menissa entered politics due to the untimely death of her father who had been selected as the St Lucia Labour Party candidate for the Castries Southeast constituency. Upon entering the race, she quickly became a favorite to gain a seat for the opposition. As the results came in, it became apparent that she would not only win her seat but would do so decisively. She would remain in power until the next election cycle which she won handily. The election of Rambally and Sarah Flood Beaubrun in 1997 and 2001, according to Cynthia Barrow-Giles, "transformed the St Lucia lower House of parliament from a virtual 'all boys camp' to a more gender integrated elected parliament". Rambally served in the Ministry of Agriculture as permanent secretary, minister of tourism, and, most recently, minister of social transformation.
Sir Vincent Frederick Floissac CMG OBE PC QC was a Saint Lucian jurist and politician. He was styled The Rt. Hon. Sir Vincent Floissac by virtue of his membership of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom. Floissac was the first judge from St Lucia to sit with the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Floissac was born on St Lucia on and was educated at Saint Mary's College and University College London and was called to the Bar by Gray's Inn. Floissac was the first president of the Saint Lucian Senate in 1979 and served as the acting Governor-General of Saint Lucia from April 30, 1987 until October 10, 1988. He has also served as Chief Justice and President of the Court of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, working in that capacity from November 1991 to July 1996. In this role, Floissac was the supreme judicial officer of the courts of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He later served as a member of the Seychellois Court of Appeal from 1988 to 1991. He has also represented Saint Lucia in several regional tennis competitions.
Cowin Mathurin is a Saint Lucian footballer who currently plays for Antigua Barracuda FC in the USL Professional Division.
Craig Walt Emmanuel is a West Indian cricketer who plays first class cricket for Windward Islands. He made his debut in the 2003–04 season by playing three games for West Indies U-19. At the conclusion of the 2005–06 season, he has played 19 first class and 15 List A games, all for the Windward Islands apart from the three one-day games for the U-19 side. Emmanuel has played as a specialist batsman, and his highest score in senior top-level cricket is 73.
Zepherinus Joseph is a Saint Lucian athlete, specialising in middle and long distance events. Zepherinus holds the Saint Lucia National Records for every outdoor track and road event from the 1500m to the marathon. Better known as Knockay or Straws, Zepherinus attended Micoud Secondary School before taking up athletics scholarships at Central Arizona College and University of North Florida, where he studied Building Construction. He was a member of Creation Sports Club in Saint Lucia. Before leaving for Central Arizona College in 1999, Zepherinus had already established himself as the best distance runner St Lucia had ever produced. By the time he got to Arizona on an a scholarship sourced by Saint Lucia Pole Vault record-holder Dominic Johnson, "Knockay" was St Lucia's national champion at 1500m and 5000m, and he held the national records at both distances. In 1998, he had completed the 1500m in 3:57.33 at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Joy-Ann Biscette is a beauty queen that represented St. Lucia at several regional and international pageants inclusive of Miss World 2008 in South Africa and Miss Jamzone 2010 held in Guyana where she secured the first runner up position. Having worked in the sales and service sector of the tourism industry and as an Associate degree holder from Arthur Lewis Community College she entered the Miss St Lucia Universe pageant and won in order to return the island country to the Miss Universe 2011 pageant that will be held in São Paulo, Brazil on September 12, 2011.
Germal Valcin is an international soccer player from Saint Lucia, who plays as a midfielder.
Erick Gabriel is a football player from Saint Lucia.
Francis Lastic is a football coach.
Bernard Edward is a Saint Lucia footballer who plays for the St. Lucia Football Team.
William St Lucien Chase
Colonel William St. Lucien Chase VC CB was a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
Patrick Wilson is a professional Saint Lucian cruiserweight boxer. His professional record stands at one win by way of knock-out and two loses in three bouts.
Andrew T. Lee
Andrew T. Lee performed in the 2010 film Hyenas.
Victor Romero Evans
Victor Romero Evans is an actor, songwriter and singer.
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Terrence Caroo is a football coach.