Hey y’all! For those of you who have followed my entry and journey through the New Orleans Louisiana Film Industry aka Hollywood South, I have more news. I am starring in the Louisiana born and bred dark adult drama “Subrosan”. In a city where secrets abound, the whispers are becoming a roar. Just call me Peggy Elbertson, New Orleans socialite, Senator’s wife, mother and devout Catholic. Married to a Senator whose shenanigans are threatening her way of life Peggy has to try to hold it all together. Can she do it? You will have to watch and see. Check out my page on the Subrosan website at http://subrosan.com/cast/sharon-denise-talbot/ . Look for this blockbuster with more twists and turns than New Orleans has parades to be out in the spring of 2012. This is one you won’t want to miss. From the phenomenally intriguing plot by master storyteller and director Dwayne Coots, real life Louisiana locations to the amazingly talented cast of Louisiana actors, Subrosan has it all. Myth or fact, you decide. Check here for updates and follow us on Facebook. This is the kind of secret you tell, so tell your friends. www.subrosan.com
PEGGY ELBERTSON played by Sharon Denise Talbot
The lovely and accomplished wife of Senator Elbertson is the force behind a successful family.
Never settling for the trophy wife role, Peggy comes from old money and strikes her own trail in the social scene.
Ever protective and ever devout, she clings to her family and her faith.
She’s not about to let her idiot husband ruin her life.
Will she lose everything?
Who says dreams don’t come true?
Sharon Denise Talbot is the oldest of Wilfred and Bernice LeJeune Ardoin‘s six children. This southwest Louisiana native once upon a time dreamed of things like love and marriage, writing books, acting and living in New Orleans. The love and marriage part came right after high school for Denise when she married Mark Talbot. They share almost thirty-two years of marriage with three children, three grandchildren and waiting on a fourth any day now. After years spent in the corporate arena and raising her children the impending arrival of her first grandchild, seemed like the perfect time for a change of pace. Coming from a family full of expressive, creative people certainly has its advantages. Denise decided to enlist the artistic/illustrating talent of her daughter Laura and dust off the dream of writing children’s books. Her first book “I Love You Bigger Than The Sky!” was published in March of 2010. “If I Were A French Quarter Rat” her second was released in February of this year and a third book “Ardoin the Ant” should be available in late November/early December.
About the same time as her first book hit the shelves, she launched her New Orleans website, www.whodatdodat.com and was introduced to the burgeoning film industry in New Orleans. After participating in more than 30 major film and television projects there is no doubt another dream has a check by it. Having the opportunity to play the part of Subrosan’s Peggy Elbertson opposite her real life husband Mark as the Senator and working with her son Matthew as Miguel in the same project is just icing on the cake. Moving down the check list, since Denise’s last chick left the nest for college in May the transition from part-time to full-time New Orleanians became a reality for the Talbots.
This French Quarter resident is now the author of children’s books, an online writer, blogger and website host, as well as an actor and movie extra. So the moral of this story is your life can be your dream. Or, in the words of George Eliot “It is never too late to become what we might have been….. “
Subrosan is coming New Orleans. Trust No One….. Believe Nothing…….
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Houston I’m heated on this issue like a Louisiana Hot link. I would like to know your opinion on this issue?
Houstonians are you tired of being stereotyped by the media of Houston being a cowboy city? Well I am we are being stereotyped out here in California about wearing cowboy hats and boots everyday. Not just California but everywhere. I’m come across many people everyday asking me where I’m from because of my accent. They think we ride horses instead of driving cars and we yell yeehah. Out of all the years that I have lived I in Houston the only time I picture this is around rodeo season. I was watching a sports program today and one of the guys was in Houston wearing a cowboy hat. One guy asked him why he was wearing the hat and he said that is what people wear around here. I’m so tired of these type of people giving us this old western type of perception and singling out Houston as the main city in Texas. I know good and well that Dallas and San Antonio have more cowboys then here.
Uneducated, untraveled, close-minded, ignorant people.
Yeah, and everyone in France wears a beret & carries a baguette under their arm.
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Just wondering, what is your perception of south Louisiana and the cajun culture? I went to New York about 20 years ago and I talked to people who asked me if I lived with alligators in my yard and if we all rode around in pirogues (small canoes) to go everywhere? What do you want to know about us?
I love all your answers, we are like everyone else. We just have spicy food, spicy music and spicy love lives! LOL
To grizzlyh – Baton Rouge is having more crime than before from all the people who relocated after hurricane Katrina, but it’s not like New Orleans. Unfortunately, N.O. has lots of black on black crime, I’m not making it up, I see it on the news everyday! But, I guess the NO police dept. is doing it’s best to minimize the crime problem. I only go to the French Quarter or to safe places in NO. I know where "not to go".
I figure Cajuns are just like everyone else with perhaps a bit of an accent and some differences in background and culture, just as a New Yorker is different from someone from Salt Lake City. Although I have met and been casual friends with more than one Cajun, I never asked about gators (even though gators fascinate me) or pirogues. I do like their sense of humor and jokes.
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Question by Undertaker4Lyfe: good wrestling gimmick? (if i can be a wwe superstar heres my gimmick of choice)?
Name: Jonathan Hebert
From: Jennings, Louisiana
Height: 6′ 1″
The Louisiana Dream (Main One)
The Bayou Beast
The Secret from the Swamp
The Classical Cajun
King of Louisiana
The Rajin’ Cajun
“I will beat you .. within an inch .. of your life!”
“Tear Dat Ass Up!”
“Well beware! Cause I’m the real coonass!” (then start punching into an attack)
Like the Rock: “Cause I’m Straight From theeeee Swamp!”
D-Generation X “We are the second Generation, of Dee Generation!”
D-Generation X “For the thousands in attendance… And the millions watching at home… Whoooooooooooo’ssss gonna get ready to SUCK IT! If ya not down with that, we got two words for ya, SUCK IT!”
D-Generation X “Suck It!”
“Louis XXV, King of Louisiana”
” Rollin’ ” or ” HipHop Zyderock (Louisiation X) ”
Ok sign with pinky down.
Jeff Hardy fingers
3 Fingers with Thumb and Pointer’s down. (Sometimes in a cut throat form)
D-Generation X (LX)
Cajundome Special (chop block / spear combo)
Immoveable Object (Superkick / Belly Pierce Combo)
Ladder / TLC Match
Demon’s Playground of Elimination (3 Stages of Hell 4-Way Elimination Style)
Louisiana Swamp Match (The ring is surounded with water with mud in it and has weapons floating including: fishing pools, drum sticks, floaty, fishing bucket, white perch LIVE fish(es), worms, and beer bottles. In this match the ring will have all ropes, but they will be covered in wet, slippery algae.)
Mardi Gras Beeds
Heel: Comic/Delinquent/Egolistical Heel
The Black Gold (Superkick)
-Cradle of Louisiana Oil / Oil Drill (Pedigree to double-underhook codebreaker. Note: This is the Cypress Knee Cap to heavier opponents.)
Danger Mode Moves
Passion, Destiny, and Consequence (Dragon Sleeper into an RKO and/or RKO)
Bayou Death Lock (Gogoplata)
Secret of the Swamp (GTS / Neck Breaker Combo)
Spine Buster (My Version)
Creole Strikes (3 Right Hand Snap Jabs, Knee Attack, Uppercut, Blow To Gut, European Upper Cut, “Sucka” Taunt with Big Jab)
Whip to turnbuckle followed by a one-hand bulldog
Knife Edge Chops to ropes, then a whip followed by a running high knee. Then, a knee drop. When opponent gets up theres an elbow smash and then a snap STO.
Face buster to the knee followed by a whip and opponent comes back into my spinebuster.
Upper cut like Kane followed by a Rice Plant (Regal Neckbreaker) and then a Crack ‘Em In The Mouth.
Swamp Shooter (Elevated Sharpshooter)
Cypress Knee Cap (Runnings or Whip Into High Knee)
Katrina’s Devestation (Stone Cold Stunner)
Hebert Special (Turnbuckle DDT w/ Running Leg Drop)
Face Breaker (1. Pedigree Position, 2. Left Arm hooked under opponents, 3. Spin into a crossface)
Figure 4-Leg Lock (“Nature Boy Love”)
Cajun Call (Spinning Side Slam)
Arm-Wrench Hook Kick
Deadman’s Soul Seaker / TTT (Dragon Sleeper; Tribute to ‘Taker)
“Love For The Deadman” / Dragon Sleeper
Released German Suplex
Walls of Jennings (Walls of Jericho)
Upper Cut (like Kane)
Crack ‘Em In the Mouth
Knife Edge Chop(s)
Back Body Drop
People’s Knee Drop
Running Elbow Smash
Sportsman’s Paradise (Handstand on Turnbuckle into elbow drop on lying opponent)
Rice Plant (Masterlock into a Swinging Side Slam)
Dive Over The Top-Rope
Springboard Diving Closeline
Ankle Lock (Grapevine)
Last Ride (Counter to strikes on turnbuckle)
Cotton Mouth [Anaconda] Vise Grip
Rice Cutter (Regal Cutter)
Muscle Strainer (Regal Stretch)
Answer by RKO=best wrestler alive!!!!!!!!!
nice u r doing alot better than cena
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What are the similarities and differences? Is this type of cooking only found in Louisiana or any other states?
Cajun cook tends to be more French influenced since the Cajuns are descendants of the French Acadians.
Creole cooking is more influenced by African-Caribbean (which include French and Spanish) cooking styles.
But to be honest, there is not really a big difference between the two since they’re all part of the cuisine in Louisiana.
I would say that cajun food can be spicier than creole food, but other than that the two are very similar.
Maybe it’s the cook that’s making the dish?