Stivenson Delinios's Modeling Jobs, Acting Auditions and Additional Experience
On the surface, I think I am different than most young and modern American men: I take business seriously, I have a lot of dreams and goals for the future that I am determined to make happen, and I don't expect anyone to do the hard work for me. I was born and raised primarily in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, which is a land rich in beauty, but sadly for many of the people living there it is also a land of where poverty is a way of life. I am one of the few lucky ones who have never had to suffer the pains of an empty stomach. My parents were never married and I lived with my grandparents and only occasionally see my dad since he now lives on the other side of the country, but I still feel very lucky to be able to support myself, and also have a family full of brave and loving hearts behind me. What makes me different from the rest of the crowd though is what I have experienced while growing up without a mother or a father. My grandmother was the mother and the father at the time. When I first moved to the United States from Haiti 10 years ago, I was upset about leaving the only women I knew and loved behind to follow my aunt and cousin here where we could find better "educational opportunities". Now I live in Norfolk, Virginia, I know Haitian Creole, French, and English. I attend Norfolk University and plan on graduating in May 2012.
My experince is my everyday life. But i watched my sister in law model for almost half of her life. I know the business, I have the talent and i'm ready to take it on.