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Shannon Price is an actress who was born on February 8, 1968. Shannon Michelle Price was born in the United States on August 28, 1985. She has been in movies like Entertainment Tonight (1981) and Divorce Court (1999). She was previously married to Gary Coleman before.
Shannon Price is an actress.
Gary Wayne Coleman was born on February 8, 1968, in Zion, Illinois, which is outside of Chicago. He was taken in by a forklift driver named W. G. Coleman and a nurse practitioner named Edmonia Sue. Due to focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (a congenital chronic kidney disease),
Coleman got his start in 1974 when he was in a commercial for Harris Bank. His line was, “You should have a Hubert doll” after the announcer said, “You should have a Harris banker.”
Coleman is best known for his role in Diff’rent Strokes, but he had already been on TV before that. He played George Jefferson’s nephew Raymond on The Jeffersons and Penny’s friend Gary on Good Times. In 1977, he also played Stymie in a pilot for a new season of The Little Rascals.
Coleman was cast as Arnold Jackson in the TV show Different Strokes. He played one of two black brothers from Harlem who were raised by a rich white widower in Manhattan.
Coleman became well-known after starring in movies and TV shows like The Kid from Left Field (1979), On the Right Track (1981), and The Kid with the Broken Halo (1983). (1982).
Coleman sued his adoptive parents and former business advisor for $3.8 million in 1989 because they took money from his trust fund without his permission. In 1993, he won a $1,280,000 judgment.
Coleman built and took care of model trains at his homes in different states. In the September 1990 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman, there is a picture of one of his train layouts.
In a TV interview in 1993, Coleman said that he had tried to kill himself twice by taking too many pills. At the same time, he lived in Denver, Colorado, where he had a radio show called Gary Coleman’s Colorado High on the local station KHIH. In the show, he played light jazz and new-age music.
Coleman was accused of assaulting someone in 1998 while he was working as a security guard. Tracy Fields, a bus driver in Los Angeles who liked Coleman’s work on Diff’rent Strokes, went up to him in a California mall where he was shopping for a bulletproof vest and asked for his autograph.
Coleman ran for governor of California in the recall election in 2003. As a joke about the recall, the free weekly newspaper, The East Bay Express, paid for this campaign. Coleman said he would vote for Arnold Schwarzenegger after he said he would run for president.
Avenue Q, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2004, makes fun of Coleman. Coleman is portrayed in the musical as the superintendent of the apartment building where it takes place.
Later, the hospital put out a statement saying that Coleman had given Price permission to make medical decisions on his behalf by filling out a “healthcare directive.” The Santaquin police stopped looking into Coleman’s death on October 5, 2010, after the medical examiner said it was an accident and no wrongdoing could be shown.
In May 2012, Judge James Taylor said that even though Price had lived in Coleman’s house after their marriage ended, their relationship did not meet Utah’s requirements for a common-law marriage at the time of his death. No one seems to know what happened to his ashes. Price said that she would spread Coleman’s ashes at the Golden Spike National Historic Site in Utah as a tribute to his lifelong love of trains if she were given permission to do so.
|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||February 08, 1968|
|Age||52 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 28, 2010(2010-05-28) (aged 42)\nProvo, Utah, U.S.|
|Cause of death||Epidural hematoma|
|Home town||Zion, Illinois, U.S.|
|Spouse(s)||Shannon Price (m. 2007–2008; divorced)|
|Parent(s)||Will G. Coleman Edmonia Sue Coleman|
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