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Then he drove south to his hometown, hosting a year-end meet-and greet session at his Thompson’s Sports Hair Shop the next day before spending New Year’s eve with his family.
“Okay lang (ang bakasyon),” Thompson said in a short chat with over the phone hours before Media Noche.
Scottie has been active in the acting field since 2006 and from that time onward, she has gained large number of fan following and she has also been very popular and successful.
Although she is known by the name Scottie Thompson, as a child, she was named as Susan Scott Thompson.
“I learned [it] while studying abroad in Senegal,” she told us. She’s a video vixen: Scottie’s appeared in the music videos for the Counting Crows single You Can’t Count on Me and Bon Jovi‘s What Do You Got? She’s worked in all aspects of show business: In addition to her experience in movies, TV, music and ballet, she also “worked as a concessions girl in a movie theater for a year.” 2.
She’s got a few lucky charms: “I wear at least five necklaces from special places I’ve been, and people I know, every time I fly to keep me safe,” Scottie told us. She’s a believer: “My favorite animated movie is The Last Unicorn,” Scottie said.
She began dancing with Harvard Ballet Company and then she also acted in many theater productions.Cue Thompson's hilarious series of tweets trying to appease his girlfriend, Pau Fajardo.He even recreated the short clip he made where he could be seen kissing Soberano's picture — this time, with a photo of his lady love.Besides that, to know more about her bio, stats and TV shows, she can also be followed in her Twitter and Instagram account.
After gradating from the Crimson in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in performance studies, the up-and-coming actress made the trek from Cambridge to Hollywood, where she’s been making her mark with parts in hits like NCIS, Star Trek, Bones and Skyline ever since.“Celebrate lang pag dating ko sa Davao, reunion ng team ko dati sa high school tapos ngayon dito (sa Digos) sa family, tsaka sa barbershop, dumeretso ako sa shop kanina.” Putting up his own business was just one of the blessings in a memorable year, to say the least, for the 23-year-old cager, who has emerged as a rising star in the PBA after playing an instrumental part in the Gin Kings’ run to the Governors’ Cup championship that ended an eight-year title drought.