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Encyclopedia > Cole Hawkins

Cole Hawkins (b. October 4, 1995) is an American actor who has made appearances in several French television shows and films. He is perhaps best known for his role in School of Rock as Leonard, the band security guard. His line in that film "You mean we're not in the band?" initially encourages Dewey to transform the non-musicians in the class into members of the crew. He has also made minor appearances in such films as Changing Lanes, Big Daddy, Meet the P, Music of the Lung, Kate and Leopold, Pootie Tang (as Little Poop), and The Water is Deaf. He has made television appearances in Law and Crime, 4th Watch, and many commercials including Cheerios commercials. October 4 is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Film may refer to: photographic film a motion picture in academics, the study of motion pictures as an art form a thin skin or membrane, or any covering or coating, whether transparent or opaque a thin layer of liquid, either on a solid or liquid surface or free-standing Film... School Of Rock is a 2003 comedy film starring Jack Black. ... Changing Lanes is a 2002 drama/thriller film directed by Roger Michell. ... Big Daddy can refer to: Comic character in Buster (comic) Illustrator and Kustom Kulture pioneer Ed Big Daddy Roth. ... Kate & Leopold is a 2001 motion picture that tells a story of Duke who time travels from 1876 to the present and falls in love with a career woman in New York. ... Pootie Tang is a 2001 comedy film, directed by Louis C.K.. The film was adapted from a comedy sketch which first appeared on The Chris Rock Show. ...


Trivia

  • He is an expert of the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA), having memorized all the subway and bus routes since he was 4 years old.
  • He wants to become a professional chef once he graduates.
  • His favorite store is the Gap.

MTA may refer to: Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority, Pennsylvania Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, California Manchester Transit Authority, New Hampshire Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore and DC areas Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Massachusetts Turnpike Authority Mendocino Transit Authority, Mendocino Valley, California Metropolitan Transportation Authority (New York) Metropolitan Transit Authority of... MTA may refer to: Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority, Pennsylvania Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, California Manchester Transit Authority, New Hampshire Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore and DC areas Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Massachusetts Turnpike Authority Mendocino Transit Authority, Mendocino Valley, California Metropolitan Transportation Authority (New York) Metropolitan Transit Authority of...

External links

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information about movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, and video games. ...

The Naked Brothers Band

Cole also appeared for a short while on "The Naked Brothers Band".
The Naked Brothers Band may refer to: The Naked Brothers Band (film) - an independent mockumentary film (2005) The Naked Brothers Band (TV series) - a Nickelodeon television series (2007) Category: ...

The Naked Brothers Band
Film - TV series (List of episodes)
Cast/Characters
Nat Wolff - Alex Wolff - Rosalina - Thomas Batuello - David Levi - Qaasim Middleton - Jesse Cook - Michael Wolff (Dad) - Cooper Pillot - Cole Hawkins - Joshua Kaye - The Adorable Timmerman Brothers - Betty - Juanita
Songs
"Crazy Car" - "Got No Mojo" - "Rosalina" - "Hardcore Wrestlers" - "That's How It Is" - "I'm Out" - "Motor Mouth" - "If There Was a Place to Hide" - "If That's Not Love" - "Fishin' For Love" - "Sometimes I'll Be There" - "Catch Up With the End" - "Beautiful Eyes" - "Boys Rule, Girls Drool" - "I'm The God of Rock & Roll" - "Splishy Splashy Soap Bubble" - "Mama, Don't Let Me Cry" - "Taxi Cab" - "I Can Be Anything I Want to Be" - "Banana Smoothie" - "Long Distance"

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Great Performances . Natalie Cole: Ask A Woman Who Knows . Biography | PBS (803 words)
Cole's brother, Kelly, was adopted in 1959 after her mother miscarried and believed she could not conceive another child.
The next year, Maria and Nat Cole were quite surprised to learn of her pregnancy, which resulted in the birth of twin girls, Casey and Timolin, on January 26, 1961.
But his wife Perlina Coles, his long-time organist, was Nat Cole's first piano teacher and ally; she persuaded her husband to let the teenager play jazz as long as he played for his father's Sunday services.
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Cole and his sons are the fourth and fifth generation of the family to farm in the area.
The Hawkins family has a strong farming background and is the second generation to receive the top county farming honor.
The Hawkins are proud of their farming heritage and said they realize that the efforts and trials of their ancestors helped them to be where they are today.
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