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In this fascinating look into the process of writing and running a successful business blog, N Bushe Wright shares both his experiences and the way he runs his blog to help other entrepreneurs become profitable. His personal writing style is quite unique, but it makes for a more enjoyable and informative read. He walks through his publishing process and reveals the hidden gems that will make all entrepreneurs more successful.

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Within a year of attending Stella Adler's Studio, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic member of the Black Panther Party in the Hughes Brothers' feature film Dead Presidents (1995). Wright played Dr. Karen Jenson in Blade (1998).

Longsdorf, Amy (October 6, 1995). "'Dead Presidents' Stars Elect to Explore the Dark Side of Life". The Morning Call. Retrieved May 13, 2020. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

D'Auria, Carol (May 11, 2011). "Musician Stanley Wright Found Dead In Storage Trunk At Brooklyn Home". CBS New York. Retrieved December 17, 2018. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

www.imdb.com)Beautiful N'Bushe Wright started out as a dancer, trained at the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance Center and the Martha Graham School of Dance, but then switched to acting, enrolling at Stella Adler's studio. Within a year, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). That year, she won the recurring role of Claudia, a black civil rights activist fighting for equal opportunities in education in the acclaimed but short-lived NBC television drama I'll Fly Away. She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic Black Panther in the Hughes Brothers Dead Presidents (1995). A native of New York City, she is the daughter of jazz man Suleiman-Marim and a NYC Board of Education psychologist. Wright attended the Manhattan High School for the Performing Arts. (Source:

The strikingly beautiful, doe-eyed Wright began her career in dance, training at the prestigious studios of Alvin Ailey and Martha Graham. After studying acting for only a year at Stella Adler's studio in New York, Wright auditioned for writer-director Anthony Drazan's debut film "Zebrahead" (1992). Wright won the female lead of Nikki, a student who becomes caught up in an interracial triangle at an inner-city high school. Wright made her TV acting debut in "I'll Fly Away" (NBC, 1992-93), the groundbreaking dramatic series set against the backdrop of the American civil rights movement. Wright appeared in the recurring role of Claudia, a young activist who risks jail in her fight for an equal education. In her second feature film, Boaz Yakin's "Fresh" (1994), she portrayed the strung out junkie sister of the title character, a supporting role for which she received favorable notices. She then appeared in the Hughes Brothers' "Dead Presidents" (1995) as Delilah, a young woman filled with revolutionary ideas who participates in an armored car heist. In 1996 the actress found a recurring television role on the cop drama "New York Undercover" and had a small role in the indie feature "Johns." Director Neema Barnette cast Wright in the 1997 TV movie thriller "Close to Danger," in which she played a police detective, and she made a major impression as Dr. Karen Jenson opposite undead vampire hunter Wesley Snipes in the comic book supernatural thriller "Blade" (1998). She had a leading role in the comedy "Three Strikes" (2000) as two-strike offender Brian Hooks' love interest, and in 2001 landed a recurring part on the TV crime drama "UC: Undercover" (UPN, 2001-2002). In 2003 Wright found another recurring part on UPN's hip-hop music industry drama "Platinum" (2003) and reteamed with Neema Barnette for the hard-hitting women-in-prison drama "Civil Brand." (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Beautiful N'Bushe Wright started out as a dancer, trained at the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance Center and the Martha Graham School of Dance, but then switched to acting, enrolling at Stella Adler's studio. Within a year, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). That year, she won the recurring role of Claudia, a black civil rights activist fighting for equal opportunities in education in the acclaimed but short-lived NBC television drama I'll Fly Away. She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic Black Panther in the Hughes Brothers Dead Presidents (1995). A native of New York City, she is the daughter of jazz man Suleiman-Marim and a NYC Board of Education psychologist. Wright attended the Manhattan High School for the Performing Arts. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Beautiful N'Bushe Wright started out as a dancer, trained at the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance Center and the Martha Graham School of Dance, but then switched to acting, enrolling at Stella Adler's studio. Within a year, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). That year, she won the recurring role of Claudia, a black civil rights activist fighting for equal opportunities in education in the acclaimed but short-lived NBC television drama I'll Fly Away. She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic Black Panther in the Hughes Brothers Dead Presidents (1995). A native of New York City, she is the daughter of jazz man Suleiman-Marim and a NYC Board of Education psychologist. Wright attended the Manhattan High School for the Performing Arts. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Within a year of attending Stella Adler's Studio, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic member of the Black Panther Party in the Hughes Brothers' feature film Dead Presidents (1995). Wright played Dr. Karen Jenson in Blade (1998). (Source: alchetron.com)

The first thing many notice when looking at N'bushe Wright is her gorgeous big eyes. 26 years since her role as Delilah Benson in "Dead Presidents," she remains looking youthful as ever, aging like fine wine. (Source: news.amomama.com N'bushe Wright stunned fans in "Dead Presidents," but she disappeared from the spotlight after a couple of years. Here's everything you need to know about the star who now looks nothing her age at 52. (Source:news.amomama.com))

Her second feature film was Boaz Yakin's "Fresh" in 1994, and a year later, she starred in "Dead Presidents" as Delilah, a young woman who participates in an armored car heist. She acted alongside Larenz Tate, and they played comrades. (Source: news.amomama.com)

The movie followed Tate and a gang of veterans who attempted to rob an armored car full of money, or "dead presidents" as the movie title mentions. Meanwhile, Wright plays a naive teen who ends up becoming a black-power activist. (Source: news.amomama.com 21savage, a rapper with 12.6 million followers on Instagram, had her face tattooed on his arm, something that Wright said humbled and honored her, but also creeped her out a little. She shared three other photos from other people who tattooed her face on their bodies as inspired by "Dead Presidents." (Source:news.amomama.com))

Unfortunately, the 61-year-old was found dead in a large storage trunk in his own basement. In the end, signs of foul play were everywhere at the crime scene. A back window had been shattered, the home was a complete mess, and his gray Jeep was missing. (Source: news.amomama.com)

She has had recurring roles in the TV series I'll Fly Away as Claudia Bishop from 1992 to 1993, New York Undercover as Carol in 1996, UC: Undercover as Keisha in 2001, and Windows as Bella in 2002. N'Bushe Wright has also appeared in several other movies including Civil Brand, 3 Strikes, Dead Presidents, Fresh, and Zebrahead. In 2003 she was nominated for an Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special for Widows. Her latest appearance was in the film A Talent for Trouble in 2015. (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)

Within a year of attending Stella Adler's Studio, Wright was starring in Anthony Drazan's Zebrahead (1992). She received positive reviews for her moving portrayal of the drug-addicted older sister of the title protagonist in Boaz Yakin's Fresh (1994). The following year, Wright played an idealistic member of the Black Panther Party in the Hughes Brothers' feature film Dead Presidents (1995). Wright played Dr. Karen Jenson in Blade (1998). (Source: www.celebsagewiki.com)

 

 

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