A disturbing video shows the moment a courteous Hispanic man was threatened and called a racial slur by a white woman who he tried to help inside of a Sprint store in Virginia.The shocking incident took place inside of a Sprint store located in Manassas, according to activist Shaun King who originally shared the video to social media on Sunday.For a list of movies featuring white women with black men, click here.Laura Vandervoort is a versatile actress who not only crosses over genres, but also changes from character to character flawlessly embracing the essence of every role she plays.Landing the coveted role of “Supergirl” AKA “Kara” on the hit The CW series “Smallville,” Laura became the main focus of the 7th season of the popular sci-fi drama. Following “Smallville,” Laura booked the sequel to the Jessica Alba/Paul Walker feature film “Into The Blue” titled “Into the Blue 2: The Reef.” Following “The Reef,” the in-demand actress went directly into filming “The Jazzman,” “Out of Control,” “Damage” and a miniseries that was the Sy Fy channel’s re-launch of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld.” While shooting “Riverworld,” Laura also booked a series regular spot for ABC’s sci-fi series “V” amongst Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”) and Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”).Smith's cousin told Radar Online that the relationship is 'awesome' so far, but she is not 'allowed to talk about it'.Smith was briefly married to former Dallas Cowboys player Gerald Sensabaugh (together right)Two weeks ago, Charlie Rose asked if the father-of two had told his children if he regretted cheating on their mother Elin Nordegren, which became a very public scandal in which a total of 120 women came forward claiming to have slept with the star.
She quickly told him that she wasn't speaking to him and not to listen to her conversation'I wasn't talking to you,' she quickly replies. 'Well you better watch who the f*** you're talking to.
Laura first began her career in background work on Canadian commercials and TV shows, then landed her first speaking role at the age of thirteen, for the children’s series “Goosebumps” and “Are You Afraid of the Dark?
” She went on to take acting classes and book other TV guest star roles and at nineteen, while attending York University, Laura landed the lead on the CTV TV series “Instant Star,” a popular series that ran for four seasons.
In 2006, Laura shot her first feature film “The Lookout” starring Jeff Daniels, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mathew Goode and Isla Fisher.
Several TV appearances afterwards such as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” led Laura into the hands of The CW network.