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Carmen Rasmusen Herbert est une Actrice Canadienne née le 25 mars 1985 à Edmonton (Canada)

Carmen Rasmusen Herbert

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Nom de naissance Carmen Rasmusen
Nationalité Canada
Naissance 25 mars 1985 (35 ans) à Edmonton (Canada)

Carmen Rasmusen Herbert (born March 25, 1985 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian-American country music artist who ranked sixth on the second season of American Idol in 2003. Rasmusen also plays piano and guitar.

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On December 15, 2005, Carmen married Bradley Herbert, the son of Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert in Bountiful, Utah. In December 2008 she gave birth to a son named Boston. Her second son Beckham Herbert was born on October 26, 2010.

Carmen currently writes an entertainment column for the Deseret News.

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Filmographie de Carmen Rasmusen Herbert (2 films)

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Down and Derby, 1h30
Réalisé par Eric Hendershot
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie
Thèmes Religion
Acteurs Greg Germann, Lauren Holly, Adam Hicks, Pat Morita, Perry Anzilotti, Joey Miyashima
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As a child, Phil Davis (Greg Germann) was able to outrun, outjump and outhit anyone in his class, until a kid from California, Ace Montana (Marc Raymond), moved into town. Ever since then, Ace has been number one and Phil number two. Even in the cul-de-sac where the four childhood friends and rivals (Montana, Davis, Blaine Moosman (Ross Brockley) and "Big Jimmy" Scaldoni (Perry Anzilotti)) live, the Montana's mailbox is #1, and the Davis' mailbox is #2. After a basketball game where Phil's son's team loses to Ace's son's team, Phil realizes that the Davis family's second-place status has passed on to the next generation.