Jake Short
Actor
Jake Short
Jake Short is an American teen actor, best known for his current role as Fletcher Quimby in Disney Channel's comedy series "A.N.T. Farm", along with China Anne McClain and Sierra McCormick. He also starred as Nose Noseworthy in the 2009 film Shorts, and acted in many commercials. Short was born in Indiana. In August 2012, Short guest starred on TheFineBros Youtube channel on their web show 'Teens React'.
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Driver shot to death on Lake Shore Drive at Fullerton
Chicago Times - 7 days
The driver of a silver Lexus was shot to death as he drove on Lake Shore Drive near Fullerton Avenue early Wednesday.The 25-year-old man was heading south around 3:45 a.m. when another car pulled up and someone opened fire, striking him in the chest, police said.  The driver crashed into the center...
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Man surrenders after SWAT incident blocks Lake Shore Drive
Chicago Times - 9 days
A man surrendered to police after officers negotiated with him while he sat in his car, causing Lake Shore Drive near Buckingham Fountain to be blocked downtown for more than an hour. Authorities were called to the 500 block of South Lake Shore Drive about 5:05 p.m. because of a man in a vehicle...
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6 Chicago cops suspended for handling crash involving top fire official
Chicago Times - about 1 month
Six Chicago police officers have been given suspensions for giving favorable treatment to a high-ranking Chicago Fire Department official who was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed his city-issued vehicle off North Lake Shore Drive last April, according to a source with knowledge of the incident. ...
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Man charged in North Side party bus shooting
Chicago Times - 2 months
An Englewood man has been charged after he allegedly shot two people on a party bus in Lakeview, shot himself in the hand, and fled the scene, according to Chicago police. Victor Haynes, 31, was on a party bus near Lake Shore Drive and Irving Park road early Sunday when he started to argue with...
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3 wounded in party bus shooting near Lake Shore Drive
Chicago Times - 2 months
As snow fell early Sunday, a man with blood splattered on his white T-shirt walked out of a party bus that had stopped under a viaduct on Irving Park Road near Lake Shore Drive in the Lakeview neighborhood on the North Side.  He was put on a stretcher and into an ambulance, where paramedics worked...
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A Mother Tried to Escape Gangs. Bullets Found Her Daughter.
New York Times - 3 months
A barrage of gang-related violence struck close to Veronica Lopez in the last year of her life and followed her onto Lake Shore Drive.
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Lake Shore Drive construction turns up charred debris from the Great Chicago Fire
Chicago Times - 4 months
How big and far-reaching were road construction projects this year? So big that workers on the Lake Shore Drive ramp project turned up what officials say is charred debris from the Chicago Fire. The Illinois Department of Transportation is in the final stages of a two-year $134 million reconstruction...
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If French Politicians Continue To Make Short-Sighted Decisions, There Will Be Another Calais
Huffington Post - 4 months
The President of the French Republic promised that the dismantling of the eerily-named "jungle" of Calais would happen. And so, on Monday morning, the evacuation began. Even if we can rejoice in the fact that for once, the president delivered on his word, the fact remains that this latest development raises many questions. First of all, there's the communication plan: Nearly 700 journalists were accredited for the event. That's a ratio of one journalist to every two families. It doesn't get more cynical than that. By allowing such media density, the government has created a "Big Brother" of misery, where we can watch, with voyeurism, the trajectory of migrants and refugees who have fled horror to find themselves faced with the unknown. There are as many routes as there are vagabonds of war.   If the president and the government had set to work sooner, thinking about more than just the next election, the situation would have been settled differently. The humanitarian s ...
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Lake Shore Drive crash kills lone occupant
Chicago Times - 4 months
A man is dead after he crashed a vehicle into a tree off Lake Shore Drive, police officials said Sunday morning. At 3:53 a.m., the 26-year-old man was driving a 2002 Honda along a northbound lane of Lake Shore Drive away from the Loop when he lost control and veered out of traffic, hitting a tree....
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Fearing city will tear down Uptown tents, homeless block LSD in protest
Chicago Times - 4 months
Activists shut down traffic on Lake Shore Drive for a brief period Thursday morning to protest what they say are threats by the city to clear homeless encampments in Uptown. "We're demanding for Mayor Emanuel to support the tent city to make sure that residents don't have to move out and get their...
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Amid bike, pedestrian traffic, saxophonist practices craft for decades in tunnel
Chicago Times - 7 months
As cars cruise down Lake Shore Drive and bicyclists whiz through a Lakeview underpass, the sultry notes of a saxophone drift above the clamor. Dozens of runners and cyclists, who use the tunnel for its more conventional purpose, avoid the stocky jazzman in baggy clothes. As the tenor saxophonist...
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River of violence takes the life of an innocent man
Chicago Times - 9 months
A river of violence sweeps Chicago, numbing the living and sweeping the dead and wounded before it. The current is so strong now that the dead become nameless. Those little boys and girls whose names you've forgotten. The mother shot in the car. The alleged robbery victim who ran on to Lake Shore...
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2nd man charged with murder in woman's death on Lake Shore Drive
Chicago Times - 9 months
A second man has been charged with murder in connection with an attempted robbery in the Gold Coast that ended with a woman fleeing the attack being fatally struck by a pickup truck on Lake Shore Drive. Devonte M. Dodd, 20, of East Chicago, Ind., has been charged with murder, attempted robbery...
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Murder charges filed in death of woman chased onto Lake Shore Drive
Chicago Times - 9 months
Murder charges have been filed in the death of a woman who was struck by a pickup truck on Lake Shore Drive as she and her boyfriend fled an attempted robbery along the Gold Coast, police said Friday. But relatives said the suspect, Semaj Waters, 18, is innocent and insisted that he and friends...
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Six 'people of interest' questioned about death of woman chased onto Lake Shore Drive
Chicago Times - 9 months
Chicago police say they are questioning six "people of interest" — two adults and four juveniles — in the death of a woman who was hit by a truck on Lake Shore Drive while fleeing an attempted robbery.Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said no charges have been filed in the weekend death of Pamela...
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Mother of girl slain on Lake Shore Drive: We planned to move out of Chicago
Chicago Times - 9 months
Less than 12 hours after her daughter was shot to death on Lake Shore Drive, Diana Mercado wept bitterly outside her family's apartment as she said she'd planned to get her 15-year-old daughter out of Chicago in a year. "Now they took my baby," she said. Her daughter, Veronica Lopez, was the youngest...
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Zoo's newest red ruffed lemur arrivals unveiled to the public - The State Journal-Register
Google News - 9 months
The State Journal-Register Zoo's newest red ruffed lemur arrivals unveiled to the public The State Journal-Register Visitors to Springfield's Henson Robinson Zoo, 1100 East Lake Shore Drive, can now see the newest editions to the lemur exhibit. Sorsha and Indy are red ruffed lemurs born April 6. The zoo waited to let the public see them so that their mother, Tsidika ...
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Deputy fire commissioner was 'under the influence of alcohol' at time of crash
Chicago Times - 10 months
A high-ranking Chicago Fire Department official was under the influence of alcohol when he wrecked a department-issued SUV early Wednesday morning on Lake Shore Drive near North Avenue, according to officials.  He resigned his command position and "has since agreed to full separation from the Fire...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jake Short
    CHILDHOOD
  • 2009
    Age 9
    He also starred as Nose Noseworthy in the 2009 film Shorts, and acted in many commercials.
    More Details Hide Details Short was born in Indiana. Also, Short has guest starred twice on the Fine Brothers' web series Teens React, one in where the teens reacted to the animated web series Salad Fingers, and another in a reaction to "Hair Tutorial Gone Wrong". He currently co-stars in the Disney XD original series Mighty Med with Bradley Steven Perry.
  • OTHER
  • 1997
    Age -3
    Born on May 30, 1997.
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