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Ethan solu, 360 MAGAZINE

Ethan Solu

A Model To Watch

Ethan Solu, half Turkish and half American, was born on March 6, 2000. He was brought up and raised in Morro Bay, California on the Central Coast with three brothers. His friends refer to him as ‘E-Sol.’

As of late, Ethan has extensively traveled (to Turkey and many divisions of Europe).

Ethan spends most of the year attending a local junior college where he takes core curriculum classes.

In his spare time, he spends most of it outdoors or near the ocean. He enjoys surfing, kayaking, fishing and diving. He also enjoys exploring California and spends time searching for new surfing and camping spots which he has never experienced. One of his favorite places to explore is Big Sur. He reckons it his backyard due to its proximity to his hometown.

Besides surfing, Ethan likes playing team sports – water polo, volleyball and swimming. He and his brother spend a heap of time in the gym playing basketball and working out.

Measurements:

Height: 6’3

Weight: 170lbs

Jacket: 40L

Shirt: Large

Neck: 15.5

Sleeve: 27

Waist: 32

Inseam: 34-35

Shoe: 12.5

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Michael Evans Behling

By Krishan Narsinghani

As of late, 360 Magazine sat down with actor, Michael Evans Behling, to discuss his story on becoming a series regular on the hit CW tv-show “All American.”

Behling was born in Columbus, OH but raised in Columbus, IN. Growing up, he played football, volleyball and ran track & field. Before pursuing college for track, Behling’s mother pushed him to try his hand at modeling. Flash forward one year, the biracial newcomer shot for notable brands like Nike, Finish Line and White Castle. Discovering a passion for comedic shorts via social media, Behling paved a career path that created an escape from negativity and depression. His personal life in a funk, acting molded that release and in return, made himself and others feel better. A bold move to LA quickly proceeded and transformed his life.

What do you think been your favorite part of shooting All American?

An outstanding cast. People-wise, we are a family that clicked from the beginning. There’s such a nice atmosphere including the production! Whether in the morning or night, I’m smiling going in.

Being relatively new to working the industry, what is one thing you would work on more?

To continue working even more and getting out on stage. Whether it means taking more classes and working as much I can to get even more comfortable doing my job.

One thing you’d work on less:

Before going into work. Whenever you get to set, you make something fun. The challenging part is when you get home at 3AM after a sixteen hour day and you have to prep for the next day. During the past 8 months, I didn’t sleep but it’s worth it. Being on stage, I’m still new and have a lot to learn. There are still moments where I felt like I could have done something better but it’s this feeling of “unsure” where I hesitate.

Describe your role and thoughts on your character Jordan:

Jordan is a cocky, confused, angsty high schooler who is the Beverly Hills High School quarterback. He’s dealing with some major identity issues, especially when Spencer comes to town and sees how his father and him connect – I think he’s got a really good heart and a lot of love for his sister and mom, but wants to connect with his Dad and fill his shoes. He’s slightly a jock with underlying actions and a lot of pain I have to hit while on set. Jordan’s a mixed kid who’s struggling to find himself but vicariously living through his dad. We’re both mixed so there’s a strong connection.

What advice to you have for minorities and kids of color breaking into the industry?

Right now we have an advantage – use this time now to get your training, get headshots and get whatever you need to get into the room. What’s the number one thing you could do before you get in? Ask yourself why you want to be in the industry. Do you know why you want to get into the industry for the right reasons? It’s because you want to make a change and love the craft. You love entertainment and make a positive change in somebody’s life.

One you get into the room, and you perform it’s out of your control. The door is going to open at some point. Stay positive and don’t get discouraged.

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KRISTOFFER FORBY

Story: Vaughn Lowery

Photo: Jonas Togo

Kristoffer Forby is a 21-year-old Scandinavian celebrity/model who hails from Denmark. Over the past few years, he’s been featured in numerous ad campaigns around the world: ASOS, Adidas and Nike.

In 2015, Forby was discovered by a Barneys New York store manager while shopping. Shortly after, he booked various editorials for online fashion magazines. Fast forward two years, he’s become one of the most sought-after international talents of today. 

As of late, he’s become a top digital influencer who boasts over 548,000 Instagram followers and has recently set up a YouTube channel where he curates his daily travel adventures alongside of his closest friends.

http://kristofferforby.com

Skylar Lee 

Skylar Chism Lee is 21 year old of Irish/African American descent from Florence, Alabama. His hobbies include photography, running and deep sea fishing. 

Over the past few years, Skylar has dedicated his time to working at men’s missions, feeding the homeless on the street, and helping sponsor families in need during the holidays. Currently, he’s finalizing a degree as a travel nurse. 

Recently, he signed with BMG Models and plans to pursue a modeling career in NYC. As of late, he’s being endorsed by G-Money brand of clothing. 

(Above Photos by : Jon Malinowski)

FRANK PENA

Story by Vaughn Lowery
Photos by Stephanie Van Burk 


Frank Pena was born and raised in New York City. As both a professional dancer and fashion model, he consistently stays involved within the entertainment industry. 

In 2016, he decided to move from the Bronx to Los Angeles. As of late, he appeared as a cast member on E Network’s new reality series, What Happens at The Abbey (the most prestigious alternative lifestyle bar in the world). 

Recently, he was tapped by 360 MAGAZINE as a red carpet correspondent. 

SAMARI ROBINSON

Samari Robinson was born and raised in Coral Springs, Florida on December 19, 1999 (#TeamSagittarius 🙌). He moved to Los Angeles, California for one thing – to make movies! 

Best known for his featured roles in various commericals: Tobacco Free Florida, Verizon and Buckeye Cable. 

Recently, he made a brief appearance on a Nickelodeon’s Every Witch Way

Samari continues to stay busy in the media as the Youth Contributor for 360 MAGAZINE and self-produces snackable video content for his Instagram timeline.

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MARCELL LEE #MCM

​Marcell Lee is an aspiring rapper.  Born and reared in Orange County, California. Coming from a dismal past, he knew he needed to make it out – his struggle is our inspiration. 

“I have five sisters and three brothers that deserve the world; and I’m determined to give them that.”

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