“Clapton is God,” they wrote when I was a teen-ager.
The teen-ager was later revealed to be an actress; the events were fictional.
Rebellious from the start, Weinraub ran away from home several times as a teen-ager.
The record of an online chat is a good reminder that he was, at the time, a teen-ager:
One teen-ager climbed over the parapet and jumped to the ground, a drop of more than a dozen feet.
But, at the same time, because I started to use technology as a teen-ager, I’m fluent in both worlds.”
At the restaurant, Lonergan went on, “You can just see the framework a little better with a teen-ager.
“Mike was a charger,” Sid Abruzzi, a surf-shop owner in nearby Newport, who knew Flynn as a teen-ager, said.
As a teen-ager, he was fond of motorcycles, girls, and guns, interests that distracted him from his studies.
But our minds are sloppy archivists, and by the time I was a teen-ager his outline had retreated into a hazy silhouette.
The teen-ager, whose name was Kyle Rittenhouse, replied, “Yes, we are,” adding, officiously, “Now, if I can ask—can you guys step back?”
One evening, when Loftus was a young teen-ager, she and her father, a doctor, who was barbed and aloof, were driving through Los Angeles.
It was more that, in doing standup, I’d thought a lot about being a teen-ager, and, looking back on it, that teen-ager wasn’t me.
Born in the Soviet Union, Masha Gessen moved to the United States as a teen-ager and has shuttled between the two perpetually estranged nations throughout her adult life.
Morgan’s personality—“nomadic, egocentric, impulsive, and utterly irresponsible,” as Hoover’s agents put it—also had some similarities with that of a middle-class teen-ager thousands of miles away.
In the course of the eighties, nothing formed my understanding of what it meant to be a teen-ager, and particularly an American teen-ager, more than the movies of John Hughes.
That January, June began writing a novel called “The Pepsi-Cola Addict,” whose hero, Preston Wildey-King, a teen-ager from Malibu, fantasizes about living somewhere else (all quotations from Jennifer and June’s writing and diaries are taken from Marjorie Wallace’s book):
Coolidge’s effort to dramatize her experience of being raped, when she was a teen-ager, is the anguished and profound core of this documentary, in which she collaborates with an actress who was also a victim of rape and considers the implications, even the very possibility, of dramatizing such an experience.
Then there were fireworks, and “Dancing in the Street” came on, and Maliyah started dancing with the space engineer, and everyone—the hospitality manager, the deported immigrant’s family, the tech founder, the formerly incarcerated entrepreneur, the queer teen-ager—watched while onscreen the old stronghold of power fell toward a new one.
In a recent interview with Rookie, Elsie Fisher noted that, before getting the role of Kayla, she had stopped acting for a while, because she was “a teen-ager with a lot of acne and roles for teen-agers are disingenuous a lot of the time, and if they want to hire an actor to play a teen-ager, they’re not gonna hire a teen-ager with a lot of acne.”
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In a recent interview with Rookie Elsie Fisher noted that before getting the role of Kayla she had stopped acting for a while because she was a teen-ager with a lot of acne and roles for teen-agers are disingenuous a lot of the time and if they want to hire an actor to play a teen-ager theyre not gonna hire a teen-ager with a lot of acne