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'''Annette Calud''' (b. November 26, 1963) played [[Celina]] on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' from 1993 until 1998. Calud performed on [[Broadway]] as part of the original ensemble cast of ''Miss Saigon'', and in 1992, she took over from [[Lea Salonga]] in the lead role of Kim. Calud is a licensed optometrist.
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'''Annette Calud''' (b. November 26, 1963) is a Filipina actress who played [[Celina]] on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' from 1993 until 1998. Calud performed on [[Broadway]] as part of the original ensemble cast of ''Miss Saigon'', and in 1992, she took over from [[Lea Salonga]] in the lead role of Kim. Calud is a licensed optometrist.
   
 
As of 2002, she was the director of marketing and admissions at Summit Academy in Elgin, [[Illinois]],<ref>[http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_go1631/is_200206/ai_n7026906 Former actress discovers motherhood is now her favorite role]</ref> and in 2004 taught at the Einstein Academy, also in Elgin.<ref>[http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-633971/Kids-Club-delivers-at-Spring.html Kids Club Delivers at Spring Hill Mall]</ref>
 
As of 2002, she was the director of marketing and admissions at Summit Academy in Elgin, [[Illinois]],<ref>[http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_go1631/is_200206/ai_n7026906 Former actress discovers motherhood is now her favorite role]</ref> and in 2004 taught at the Einstein Academy, also in Elgin.<ref>[http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-633971/Kids-Club-delivers-at-Spring.html Kids Club Delivers at Spring Hill Mall]</ref>

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Annettecalud

Annette Calud as Celina

Annette Calud (b. November 26, 1963) is a Filipina actress who played Celina on Sesame Street from 1993 until 1998. Calud performed on Broadway as part of the original ensemble cast of Miss Saigon, and in 1992, she took over from Lea Salonga in the lead role of Kim. Calud is a licensed optometrist.

As of 2002, she was the director of marketing and admissions at Summit Academy in Elgin, Illinois,[1] and in 2004 taught at the Einstein Academy, also in Elgin.[2]

Sources

  1. Former actress discovers motherhood is now her favorite role
  2. Kids Club Delivers at Spring Hill Mall
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