Jonathan Togo was born on 25 August in Rockland, Massachusetts. He hails American nationality and mixed ethnicity. Regarding his education, he enrolled in Hebrew School and graduated from Rockland High School in Then, he graduated with B. A in theater degree from Vassar College. He has also played a starring role in the Special United 2 and as appearances in Judging Amy.
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Born on 25 August , in Rockland, Massachusetts, under the earth sign of Virgo, Jonathan Frederick Togo is a year-old American actor, director and writer. Jonathan was raised by his parents in Rockland, but spent a lot of time in Boston, too. His father, Michael Togo, is a graphic designer and commercial artist who worked for the Boston Globe for many years. Sheila Togo, his mother, is also involved in art, as a formal visual merchandise saleswoman, and currently owns a booth at the South of Washington SoWA Open Market. As she became more successful, she started selling her creations under the moniker Simply Sheila. The artistic influence obviously resonated with young Jonathan, as he developed an infatuation with acting. He joined the drama club at his middle school and started gaining valuable experience.
Samuel Bingham Endicott born August 13, is an American songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actor and director. He is best known as the lead vocalist of The Bravery , with whom he recorded three studio albums. He is currently the lead singer of The Mercy Beat. At age 11 Endicott began playing guitar and at 12 switched to bass guitar. By age 13 he was an established bass player in the Washington, D.
They also released a remixed edition of its second album called The Sun and the Moon Complete in and an Internet live album called Live at the Wiltern Theater in Their music can be best described as post-punk dance-influenced rock and roll. After graduating, Endicott and Conway moved to New York City, where Endicott switched from bass guitar to vocals and began writing music that would later become The Bravery. Guitarist Michael Zakarin joined after answering an advert in a local paper, and brought with him bassist Mike Hindert, a classmate of his from Georgetown University in Washington, D. After his sister's death, Burulcich moved back to his childhood home in Long Island New York to be with his family.