The production company behind “Keeping up with the Kardashians” and other reality television staples will debut a new documentary series following young adults with Down syndrome. For the show, cameras followed seven Southern California young adults with Down syndrome and their families as they navigate jobs and relationships and look to gain greater independence.The six-episode series “Born This Way” will air on A&E Network starting Dec. Among those featured is Steven, who works two jobs and knows the title and year of every Oscar-winning film, John who is pursuing a career in rap music and Cristina who works at a middle school and has a boyfriend of four years who she plans to marry.
As we rewind our memories to “Full House” and “The X-Files,” also remember reality shows like “Kid Nation” and “The Simple Life.” Long before the Kardashians invaded the celebrity social scene, Hollywood’s biggest names were Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie.
Her mother made all of the children's clothes, and cut the girls' hair.
As a teenager, her father was a very strict enforcer of curfews and was insistent on screening Victoria's boyfriends.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 27, 1962, Victoria Gotti is a writer, reality television participant and daughter of the late Gambino crime family Mafia boss, John Gotti (a.k.a. From August 2004 until December 2005, she was the star of Victoria Gotti was born on November 27, 1962, in Brooklyn, New York, to convicted mob-boss, John Gotti, and his wife, Victoria Di Giorgio.
As a girl, Gotti was raised in a modest two-story house in Howard Beach, New York, with her four siblings.She was the shiest of the Gotti children; Victoria was so quiet that for several years her parents suspected their daughter was autistic.