During Val’s interview on (2000), Val stated that he has Sephardi Jewish, Cherokee Native American, and Mongolian, ancestry, perhaps jokingly, perhaps not. He doesn’t look anything Cherokee, and his family name and ancestry does not point to it atall. no proof, and ,lots of lies :( Log in to Reply A lot of Cherokees settled in Sweden (around the 1300s or so), so he could have Cherokee ancestry from his Swedish side.He has often referenced having Cherokee ancestry, usually from a paternal great-grandmother. Most Swedish people have straight hair and high cheekbones. Log in to Reply The Cherokee settled everywhere in Europe, and most Cherokee kings liked marrying off their daughters to the locals when they got there.Val has two children, including actor Jack Kilmer, with his former wife, English actress Joanne Whalley.Val’s paternal grandfather was Thomas/Tom Walker Kilmer (the son of Jeremiah Early Kilmer and Nancy Williams). Jeremiah was the son of James/John Kilmer, who was said to be German, and of Mary Polly Meadows/Meadors/Meador Heard.(slaves brought in ) Well you believing all the blacks were slaves,is your prerogative.However slavery back then was not always a life sentence. However whether they were slaves or not,they( lived there and died there); They had children etc.
Val’s paternal grandmother was Nora/Norah Elizabeth Jones (the daughter of Stephen T. Val’s grandfather John was born in Martin, Minnesota, to Swedish parents.
With comic book and fantasy fare dominating the box office and TV ratings, The Hollywood Reporter gathered producers Shawn Levy (' Stranger Things'), Salim Akil (' Black Lightning'), Jason Blum (' The First Purge'), Jonathan Nolan (' Westworld'), Melissa Rosenberg (' Jessica Jones'), Robert Kirkman (' The Walking Dead') and Simon Kinberg (the X-Men films) for a thought-provoking discussion about how the geeks have come to rule Hollywood.
This video of the Ross Sisters from the 40’s has been circulating for awhile, but there are probably SOME people, like us, who have never seen it. Be patient – it starts out innocently enough but the ending will blow your mind!
I was simply letting that person know,that although he was trying to joke around,he actually made a correct statement. As I mention before,about all the skeletal remains,that they have been digging up since 1901,and keeping quiet about;however,they’re now disclosing. zi=1/XJ&z Ti=1&sdn=archaeology&cdn=education&tm=24&f=10&su=p2.ip_&tt=13&bt=6&bts=6&zu= They even have an interactive website to teach this to the kids: @ fuzzybear no big deal.
(North) “African” (then part of known “Old World”) slaves brought in Britain by Romans.