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Sadie Calvano is a Actor American born on 8 april 1997 at Los Angeles (USA)

Sadie Calvano

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Nationality USA
Birth 8 april 1997 (27 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Sadie Calvano (born April 8, 1997) is an American actress. She is known for playing the role of Violet on the CBS television series Mom and appearing on Melissa and Joey.



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Gary Jones
Gary Jones
(1 films)
Steve Monroe
Steve Monroe
(1 films)
Veena Sood
Veena Sood
(1 films)
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Filmography of Sadie Calvano (2 films)

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Actress

The Package, 1h34
Directed by Jake Szymanski
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Geraldine Viswanathan, Sadie Calvano, Alexander Calvert, Mary Holland, Michael Eklund, Veena Sood
Roles Sarah
Rating56% 2.809432.809432.809432.809432.80943
Lorsqu'un groupe d'amis part camper pendant les vacances, un évènement malencontreux lance une course contre la montre pour sauver l'attribut le plus précieux de leur ami.
J. Edgar
J. Edgar (2011)
, 2h17
Directed by Clint Eastwood
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical, Crime
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about terrorism, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts, Josh Lucas, Judi Dench, Ed Westwick
Roles Edgar's Niece
Rating64% 3.2476053.2476053.2476053.2476053.247605
The film opens with J. Edgar Hoover in his office during his later years. He asks that a writer, known as Agent Smith, be let in, so that he may tell the story of the origin of the FBI for the sake of the public. Hoover explains that the story begins in 1919, when A. Mitchell Palmer was Attorney General and Hoover's boss at the Justice Department. Palmer suffers an assassination attempt, but is unharmed when the bomb explodes earlier than intended. Hoover recalls that the police handling of the crime scene was primitive, and that it was that night that he recognized the importance of criminal science. Later, Hoover visits his mother, Anna Marie, and tells her that Palmer has put him in charge of a new anti-radical division, and that he has already begun compiling a list of suspected radicals. He leaves to meet Helen Gandy, who has just started as a secretary at the Justice Department. Hoover takes Gandy to the Library of Congress, and shows her the card catalog system he devised. He muses about how easy it would be to solve crimes if every citizen were as easily identifiable as the books in the library. When Hoover attempts to kiss her, she recoils. Hoover gets down on his knees and asks her to marry him, citing her organization and education, but his request is once again denied. However, Gandy agrees to become his personal secretary.