Monday, December 20, 2010

ABC Family's Greek's Amber Stevens returns for a new season

Most recently, Amber could be seen in the cheerleading movie "Fired Up." She also played a supporting role as a cheerleader in "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift." Her TV credits include "CSI" and "Complete Savages," along with an appearance on "The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson."

Amber's talents extend beyond acting: She's sung backup vocals on "American Idol" with such artists as Gladys Knight. She performs around L.A. and has started to record demo tracks that feature her own lyrics and vocals. In addition to her TV and film credits, she's landed national ad campaigns for Old Navy, Verizon, and Payless, and is the face of Soulmates clothing.
Born and raised in Southern California, Amber graduated from Beverly Hills High School as Student Body President. She's very close to her younger sister, who she considers her best friend. In her spare time, Amber enjoys writing music, cooking, and spending time with her family and her dog.
ABC Family.

They co-star off camera and fans will see real life couple Amber Stevens and her boyfriend Andrew West on-camera as well. West spoke about his five-episode run on the hit show and dropped a hint about his new project, Rockville, CA, while Stevens chimed in as they cuddled and looked impossibly attractive last Sunday at the 19th Annual Night of 100 Stars Oscar party at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Monday, December 13, 2010

New Season of Football Wives on VH1 - Dawn Neufeld's Big Day!

 Dawn worries about her husband Ryan being cut from his team, and the financial hardship that would result. Last time he was out of the game nearly led to their divorce. Ryan has a plan up his sleeve, however, and surprises Dawn with a 10-year vow renewal. The women are all there to support, minus Pilar, which creates more tension. To let off some steam, the women decide to head to NYC for some shopping and partying.

Wife of Tight End Ryan Neufeld, 7-year veteran with Dallas, Jacksonville, Buffalo

College sweethearts Dawn and Ryan have been married for 10 years and are the parents of two children. Their first child Will has been diagnosed with the symptoms of autism, but is loving and responsive. Their daughter Bryn is two and is every bit a young woman, often prancing around in Mommies high heeled-shoes. Dawn met Ryan at UCLA, and then received her law degree at UC Davis. After passing the California State Bar Exam on the first try, Dawn placed her career on hold so that her husband could play pro football, where he was able to forge a career as a backup for a handful of seasons. After his Pro Football career, the family settled in Dallas where Dawn is practicing law part-time and Ryan is trying play one more year in the upstart UFL. Dawn and Ryan are encountering hardships that pro football families surprisingly endure more often than one would think. Despite living modestly, the costs of maintaining a home, toddler and child with special needs has taken a toll on their finances. Although their financial future is uncertain, Dawn is sure about one thing: that she married the right man.