Simmons has starred in four television series, Ace Lightning, I Was A Sixth Grade Alien, Life with Derek on the Disney Channel, and Strange Days at Blake Holsey High.
2010: Shadia is presently working on her Masters of Education in New York.
Adu’s family moved to Rockville, Maryland when he was eight years old where he enrolled at Sequoyah Elementary School.
Soon after, he was noticed by a local soccer coach and began to play football.
Later that same year, he won the MLS Cup title, and became the youngest player ever to appear in US professional sports when he came on in United’s game against the San Jose Earthquakes, in April 2004 and just a few days later he scored his first professional goal, becoming the youngest player in MLS history to do that.
Shadia likewise performed strongly in comedy roles, most notably in Wife Number 13 (Fatin Abdel-Wahab, 1962) and My Wife the General Manager (Abdel-Wahab, 1966).
Now retired, she is famous for her roles in light comedies and drama in the 1950s and 1960s.
Her first appearance was in the film el-Aql Fi Agaza (The Mind on Vacation), and she retired after her last film La Tas'alni Man Ana (Don't Ask Me Who I Am).
Adu also attended The Heights School for several years.
By the time he turned 14, Freddy had become the youngest American ever to sign a professional contract in a major league in any team sport, namely with D. United who chose him as the number one overall pick in the 2004 MLS Super Draft.