By Dave Itzkoff. Late last year, Julie Gentry was in Atlanta helping her year-old son, Noah, move into a house where he and four of his college classmates planned to live together while the pandemic kept them off-campus. At one point, Gentry said her son took the opportunity to tease her about the long-ago role she played in television history. And so they all agreed to accept them. As Gentry, an aspiring dancer from Birmingham, Ala.
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MTV's 'Real World: New York' wraps filming with original cast
Where are They Now? Where is Eric now? Her kids are the sweetest, smartest kids in the world. Julie is very involved with her local public schools, committed to creating environmentally-friendly educational facilities. Where's Norman now? We are looking to have the Aero-Tray it in the market place for the holidays.
MTV’s ‘Real World: New York’ wraps filming with original cast, new series likely
It must be fairly weird to be one of the original cast members of The Real World. This strange documentary project they signed up for—without really knowing what it would entail—turned out to be the launchpad for modern reality television as we know it. Within the first five minutes, I was having flashbacks to scenes from the original show; though these were soon helped along by actual flashbacks, cut repeatedly into the episode, ad nauseam, to continually remind and prompt viewers to reflect on the fact that none of this means anything without knowledge of what came before. Halfway through, I was dying to know more about where everyone was in their life at this point.
While the seven strangers turned out to be close friends, they occasionally shared disputes and heated arguments in what uncovers to be the real world. After the reality show came to a close, the cast members found themselves more famous than ever. Among those who joined the series was Heather Gardner, a rapper who goes by the name Heather B.