sean cassidy

sean cassidy

sean Cassidy

If you’re a startup content marketer, you might already know that Sean Cassidy from Content Marketing Institute (CMI) is one of the leading voices in the B2B industry



Shaun Paul Cassidy (born September 27, 1958 in Los Angeles, California) is an American singer, actor and TV producer and writer. The oldest of three sons born to Shirley Jones and Broadway entertainer/television star Jack Cassidy, he first found success as a teen idol, following in the footsteps of his elder half-brother, David Cassidy of TV's The Partridge Family. He went to Beverly Hills High School. He released several successful singles in the late 1970s. His first single, "Morning Girl", a The Neon Philharmonic classic, didn't chart in the USA but did well i… read more

An iconic pop star of the 70’s and 80’s, a successful Broadway and West End actor in the 90’s, and a major writer/producer in television to this day, Shaun rose to fame in ABC’s popular series, The Hardy Boys Mysteries. Along the way, he enjoyed a massive recording career, garnering hits like Da Doo Ron Ron, That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll, Hey Deanie, and Do You Believe In Magic. After selling out arenas nationwide, and sharing a year-long run on Broadway in Blood Brothers with his late half-brother, David Cassidy, Shaun moved behind the scenes to become one of television’s top writers, creating shows like American Gothic, Invasion, and writing and producing series like NBC’s current hit, New Amsterdam. Stepping out from behind the camera for the first time in decades, Shaun makes a solo return to the stage to play and sing all his hits, and share funny and moving stories of his famous family and extraordinary life. (Source: www.sonyhall.com)



Shirley Jones (Shirley Mae Jones) is an American singer and actress. In her six decades in show business, she has starred as wholesome characters in a number of well-known musical films, such as Oklahoma! (1955), Carousel (1956), and The Music Man (1962).

A diehard country music fan, Cassidy was in Nashville, Tennessee when Charles Xavier recruited Sean and several other mutants to form a new squad of X-Men to rescue the previous X-Men from the living island Krakoa. After the successful completion of this mission, Banshee considered leaving, since he felt too old for the mostly-youthful group, but Xavier and team leader Cyclops convinced him to stay. During an early mission, Sean saw his reckless teammate Thunderbird killed in action; though haunted by this loss, Sean soon settled comfortably into life with the X-Men. Being of similar age, he sometimes served as a confidant of sorts to Xavier; and being one of the new team's more experienced and stable members, he occasionally assumed an informal leadership role in the absence of Xavier and Cyclops. The team's foremost foe, Sean's former ally Magneto, once referred to the formidable Banshee as the only worthy opponent among the new X-Men. Sean also began a long-running romance with Xavier's silent partner, geneticist Moira MacTaggert. When Sean finally inherited his family's estate, he and the X-Men were ambushed at Cassidy Keep by a vengeful Black Tom and his new ally Juggernaut, both of whom had been paid to destroy the X-Men by Shi'ar agent Eric the Red. The X-Men defeated the villains with the aid of Cassidy Keep's leprechauns. After many more adventures with the X-Men, Banshee burned out his sonic powers while saving Japan from destruction by Moses Magnum. He continued to assist the X-Men as best he could, notably aiding them against Moira's murderous mutant son, Proteus. (Source: www.marvel.com)


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