British model with stunning features joins the Q Models brigade.
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*Striking resemblance to female supermodel Omahyra Mota
One day, one day is all it takes to wake up in an entirely different state of confusion, to wake up more confused than you were the day you came falling bravely and shaken from the body of another living, breathing creature, the day you are born. All it takes is the transition from one state of comfort to one which you must learn to feel comfortable, to adapt. As a human being, one which lives at the bottom of the totem pole, she who lives beneath the foot of the traditional white male, I am a woman, I am a black woman, I am a gay black woman, and just as I had to learn to feel comfortable, as much as I can in a white world, I must adapt to one where I am no longer a child, and I, as most other adults, must fiend for myself in a world of hardship and unfairness. One day is all takes to lose yourself, to find yourself, sitting, gazing into the blandness of 1 of 4 navy blue walls wondering where it all began and when it will end and how did it all go so fast. One day, one moment, one blue cap, one auditorium, one diploma, one never ending fear of failure and one girl brave enough to fight one second at a time, one day is all it takes. Perhaps my fears are nonsensical, assume my mother was right. Imagine a future where I too will feature in the worlds spotlight, where I, a mere spec of dust in the atmosphere evolves into something greater, imagine a world where I feature in a magazine, all it takes is one dream, one moment, one person.
Ronni Hawk can be seen on the hit Disney Channel series “Stuck in the Middle.” Opposite a talented cast, Ronni plays the pretty, yet self-absorbed Rachel; the eldest of the Diaz’s seven children. “Stuck in the Waterpark – The Movie” will share the Diaz family adventures as they embark on a family vacation that doesn’t exactly go according to plan! The movie will also be available on Disney Channel’s multiple on-demand platforms including the app and Disney Channel vod.
In light of her newfound success, Ronni, who has considered herself an environmentalist since a very young age, is eager to use her position in the public eye to give back to those in need. Influenced by her father’s philanthropic work providing dental services and basic needs to communities in third world countries, Ronni has recently partnered with Thirst Project to raise funds and awareness surrounding the worldwide water crisis. With the launch of her campaign, Ronni will call on her fans to join her in raising money to fund projects building wells in communities where water is scarce.
Following in the footsteps of her mother, Ronni fell in love with performing while studying ballet as a young child. Ronni danced six hours a day, dividing her time between the Bak School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida, and the Boca Ballet Theatre. It was here that she discovered her interest and abilities in acting in an effort to expand her range of performance. During a weekend acting workshop for aspiring actors, Hawk connected with two acting coaches from LA who encouraged her to pursue her newfound passion and suggested she try Hollywood.
At the age of 13, Ronni seized an opportunity and flew to Los Angeles to meet with agents and managers. The first agent she interviewed with signed her on the spot in all categories, TV/Film, Commercial, Print and Voiceover. With the support of her friends and family, Ronni flew between the two coasts for auditions and training. At 15, she booked the role of “Rachel” on “Stuck in the Middle” and stayed in Los Angeles and began shooting the Disney sitcom.
Ronni’s experiences as a young dancer taught her the importance of self-control and prepared her for performing in front of large audiences. It was Ronni’s spirit and determination that prevented the rigors of the industry from having a negative impact on her self-confidence. Hawk equates much of her drive and focus as an actress to the intensity and strictness necessary to perfect the craft of dance. Ronni is also quick to thank great coaches, tutors and her family for all of their help, support and encouragement. For her current role, Ronni references TV favorites including “Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals” and “Peaky Blinders,” but looks forward to growing into dramatic roles as her career matures. She looks to the careers of film icons such as Leonardo Dicaprio, Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie and Robin Williams and classic works like “The Dead Poets Society” for inspiration.
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**Images of Hawk from spread will be available in our upcoming mid/late May print issue.
Saturday, April 28, 2017, 360 MAGAZINE‘S Mr. Lowery exhibited his full support for Where Art Can Occur alongside of some of Hollywood’s most elite: Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Solange, Kelly Rowland, Samuel Jackson, Draya Michele, Chloe × Halle, Magic Johnson and Angela Bassett. The venue was hosted by Ms. Tina Lawson and raised close to 1 million dollars during the evening for the charity.
Beyoncé, Ms. Tina Lawson, Solange × Kelly Rowland stun attendees with strength, style and grace.
Chloe × Halle (credit: Tyren Redd)
Draya Michele (credit: Tyren Redd)