4) Van Partible Van Partible, born Efrem Giovanni Bravo Partible in 1971, is a Filipino-born American animator, writer and producer, noted for his animation creation, Johnny Bravo television series.
Partible was born in Manila, Philippines and grew up with a love of drawing.
2) Chris Judd Cristan Leenon “Cris” Judd, is an American actor and choreographer, noted and best known for his brief marriage to Jennifer Lopez.
Cris Judd was born in Abilene, Texas, but grew up during his early years in Angeles City Air Force bases in the Philippines and Hawaii.
Taylor and her mother work to keep the church running smoothly while Taylor's father is in the hospital.He met Jennifer Lopez, his ex-wife, in Spain when he was hired to direct her music video for Love Don’t Cost a Thing.On September 29, 2001, Judd and Lopez were married but their marriage ended in June 2002. 3) Charles Klapow Charles “Chucky” Klapow is an American choreographer and dance instructor who has performed and choreographed for various performers, television and stage productions, and noted for his teachings of the mental approach to dance. His father is of American Russian descent while his mother is of Filipino descent.1) Cheryl Burke Cheryl Stephanie Bautista Burke, known Cheryl Burke, is a professional dancer, best known for being one of the professional dancers on Dancing with the Stars of ABC, where she was the first female professional to win the show and the first professional to win twice consecutively.Burke’s father is of Irish and Russian descent and her mother is Filipino.Cris Judd also composed Alive, a Jennifer Lopez’s song, which was chosen as the theme song for Enough, the movie. Chucky Klapow was an assistant to choreographer and mentor Marguerite Derricks at age fifteen, including a dancing spot in the music video of Paula Abdul‘s Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.On July 7, 2009, Chucky took part in the memorial service of Michael Jackson at the Staples Center in Los Angeles where days prior to the death of Michael Jackson.While in Florida, Judd, was an avid athlete, and spent a lot of time surfing and playing golf with golf handicap of four.During his college days, Judd had his first job at Disney World with Wayne Brady (American actor, singer,comedian and TV personality), a friend and colleague.Despite growing up copying artwork from collections of old comic books, Partible decided to pursue a career in animation during his college days and began working on a senior thesis project in 1993 titled Mess O’ Blues, initially about a film of three impersonators of Elvis Presley.The film Mess O’ Blues was shown by professor Dan Mc Laughlin, Partible’s animation professor, to a friend working for Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, and the studio loved the film and asked Partible to set up for a seven-minute cartoon based on the said film, and Johnny Bravo was created.