Friday - January 05, 2007
Katherin Domborw at
the ‘Fatal Journey’
photo shoot at Pacific
Katharin Dombrow is originally from the windy city of Chicago. In the sixth grade she was introduced to the world of dramatic arts. She excelled in gymnastics, judo, softball and track, but her love for acting led her to the stage. At Wheaton North High School she became a member of the award-winning speech team. After graduation she decided to try out for the Philadelphia 76ers dance team. Katharin made it to the top-60 of the Sixers dancers. She eventually relocated to Hawaii last year. Currently she’s hard at work as the host of Infinite TV and Model’s Night Out at Fashion 45 by music producer Ace Grant. Katharin also goes by the single-monickered name of “Ladie K.” Stay tuned for more on this multi-talented actress ...
Actor Ron Lake is a former police detective from Phoenix. After retiring from his law-enforcement career he decided to embark on another challenge called acting. Ron moved to the Islands because of his love for the ocean. He’s been steadily acquiring roles in local films such as Grandma’s Recipe, Street Wars and The Sand Island Drive-In Anthem. Ron’s priority is studying acting with Roger Wilco and Wayne Ward. Ron enjoys watching movies with Jodie Foster or Al Pacino for their excellent acting. His time away from the set is spent near the water either fishing or scuba diving. Ron is available for work through the Kathy Muller Talent Agency. He loves In-NOut burgers, only available in California, Nevada or Arizona. We’re both wishing someone would bring some back. Ron is raring to land a speaking part this year already ...
Malia Verdadero is the 2006 Waipahu High School
Actress Malia Verdadero currently attends Waipahu High School as a senior. She was crowned Home-coming Queen during half-time at the varsity football game between Kaiser and Waipahu. Fellow student Joshua Manuel was selected as the King. After graduation in June, Malia will be juggling acting, model-
ing and studies. Her film credits are two award-winning movies, Kamea and Valtor The Great Vs. The Universe. Favorites are hula dancing, photography, surfing and going to Genki Sushi in Waikele. She also starred in HSTV’s public service announcements for Bright Ideas, Kamehameha Shopping Center and Therapeutic Foster Parent. In the movie business, beauty and talent are considered a dime a dozen. Malia’s got something magical that can’t be taught. A star in the making, for sure ...
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