MTV’s new upcoming comedy Happyland has found its cast!
According to Deadline, Bianca Santos, Shane Harper, and Katherine McNamara have signed on to star.
Happyland tells the story of Lucy (Santos), a cynical teen working as a greeter at the park where her single mother has played a fairytale princess for 15 years, and explores the realities of growing up and falling in love while living in a make-believe world.
Shane will play Ian, the handsome son of the park’s new president, a new hire at the park who is smitten by feisty Lucy. Meanwhile, Katherine is set to play Harper, a resident of the park who goes after Ian despite the fact that she has a boyfriend.
Behind the scenes video of Platinum the Dance Movie. Dance rehearsals with dance choreographer Kent Boyd and actor musician Shane Harper.
More videos can be found on the films Youtube Channel: DancePlatinum
Feb14| Happy Birthday Shane!
Happy Valentine’s Day! Other than today being the day to show your love for you friends, family or significant other it is also Shane’s Birthday! Shane turns 18 Please be sure to head over to his Facebook, MySpace or Twitter & send him some birthday love.
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Committed to enhancing his musical career on many levels, Shane is currently recording an EP of new songs, working with industry hit-maker Adam Anders of AMI Records, the renowned musical producer for the hit TV show, Glee. Shane’s debut album has release date planned for this summer.
Writing and creating his own music and lyrics, Shane is also a musician, specializing in acoustic guitar and piano. His pop and R&B influences include Justin Timberlake, John Mayer and Jason Mraz.
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Shane currently resides in Orange County, CA. In addition to his accomplishments in the entertainment world, he has also earned a black belt in martial arts.
Shane Harper is managed by Ryan O’Donnell, New Heights Entertainment. Shane works with Executive Music Group (EMG) for marketing and artist development.
Source: SKOPE Mag