News! #AlexOLoughlin speaking to kids at the Ohana Arts Summer School

New pics popped up of Alex. He seems to have visited a summer school, held at Hongwanji Mission School, speaking of his profession.

Ohana Arts Summer Festival and School invites students completing grades 1-12 to join the growing number of talented youth this summer to study with world-class faculty and guest artists from around the country in music, dance, and drama. Students from schools island-wide will gather at the Hongwanji Mission School and Pacific Buddhist Academy to grow together as young artists in a supportive and motivating atmosphere.

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great big “Mahalo” to Alex O’loughlin for visiting HMS and the Ohana Arts program to share his mana’o with the students. And thanks to Scott Caan for his impromptu phone in. Credit: hmsdolphinsnow from IG

Ohana Arts staff with Alex O'Loughlin! #h50 #ohanaarts #ohanaarts2014

Ohana Arts staff with Alex O’Loughlin! #h50 #ohanaarts #ohanaarts2014

Terry from H50Undercover asked what Alex talked about: Hongwanji Mission School :

He spoke about acting as a profession and his experiences. He answered questions from the students and offered some sage advice regarding being true to oneself and treating others as you want to be treated.

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“Thank you, Alex O’Loughlin for coming and speaking to us today!” #h50 #ohanaarts #ohanaarts2014 Credit: ohanaarts on IG

Alex O'Loughlin came to talk to our class today! #ohanaarts #myschooliscoolerthanyours #hawaii50 #hi50 Credit:  @kikiana808 on IG

Alex O’Loughlin came to talk to our class today! #ohanaarts #myschooliscoolerthanyours #hawaii50 #hi50
Credit: @kikiana808 on IG

And then the cherry on top, from twitter @aidanjames

With Uncle Alex O, thanks for coming to talk to my summer program. Hope we can hang this summer again ".

With Uncle Alex O, thanks for coming to talk to my summer program. Hope we can hang this summer again “.

Update:

If any of you were wondering who Aiden James is:

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii,  Aidan James had a calling for the entertainment world. With his classic “hapa-haole” looks, he modeled for print campaigns, acted in TV shows and commercials since he was a baby. He picked up music naturally at the age of 2 and started taking ukulele lessons at 4 years old at the Roy Sakuma Ukulele Studios in Honolulu.  

Aidan opened up the Keiki Stage at the 2010 Kokua Festival and has shared stages with Jack Johnson, ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro, Mick Fleetwood, and toured with international Hoku award winners  HAPA,  He’s played in front of thousands at the Season Premieres for “Hawaii Five-0” and was on episode, “Koolauloa.”   Aidan’s been showcased on major news affiliates, various charity and private events, ukulele and jazz festivals, Japanese Radio, NPR , and in a special layout for Italy’s Elle Magazine. 

Here Aiden is singing on a Season 1 episode of Hawaii Five-0 : Link

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17 responses to “News! #AlexOLoughlin speaking to kids at the Ohana Arts Summer School

  1. Audrey

    I love it, Uncle Alex.. That is so adorable.

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  2. My fave of this collection is the one of him in the midst of all the children. He seems so comfortable there. Such a genuine smile. My heart is melting. *sigh*
    Also, too bad the lady in coral didn’t seize the opportunity to wrap her arm around that sexy slender waste. 😕 Take advantage of the group pics! You could even accidentally touch his @ss shelf , top or bottom, and he may not even know if it was you. 😛

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    • I agree! The coral lady looks just silly trying not to touch him. She had a perfect opportunity to squish her body against his. Shame on her! 😉

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    • Some women don’t understand how lucky they are. Even she missed the opportunity to wrap her arm around his waist, she had a pec on her shoulder!

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  3. lindae5o

    Nice article, and it’s great to see more photos. Alex is such a sweetheart !!!

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  4. marthalomew

     I wish Alex would lose the beard! He looks like a cave man! LOL Martha In loving memory of my Sister Maria Elena Kludzinski(1/16/58 – 3/3/13) , & Brother Alfred Nestor Escalante(2/26/63 – 2/23/93), You live in our hearts forever, love you.

     

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  5. I’m always happy when he takes part to things like this 🙂
    Love the pictures too!
    i love that he doesn’t only speak about his profession and being an actor, but also about how to be a decent and caring human being.
    The beard doesn’t bother me, he is always our Alex, beautiful inside and outside

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    • gracenotpark

      Agree! Also love how Alex has become quite the bedrock of the community in Hawaii. He’s jumped right in, a natural leader and one who cares enough to give back. I love his acting, I appreciate his beauty, and I honor his soul.

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  6. Am I the only one who can see a piercing scar on his tongue? I really do!

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  7. He’s so great! I love that he takes time to give back to the community, we know from previous interviews that it is important to him to give back, it makes him so much more attractive to me than just his good looks. He has a far more beautiful spirit than anything on the outside. 🙂

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  8. “He spoke about acting as a profession and his experiences. He answered questions from the students and offered some sage advice regarding being true to oneself and treating others as you want to be treated”.

    Thank you Alex for being a role model to kids, not only about acting, but especially as human being.

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  9. Alex is a shining star in all possible ways. Such a loving nurturing soul especially with kids. Hawaii is so blessed to have him.

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  10. Lee Ann

    It was very sweet of Alex to visit the school and talk with the kids, they looked like they were having a great time. I, too, truly dislike Alex in his beard (to me he looks older), but it’s his vacation time & his choice to be relaxed and casual………

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    • Thank you Lee Ann for making your comments so civilized. Of course we all would like to see more of his beautiful face and would rather see him without the beard, but he is having his ‘ME’ time now.
      Your comments made me once again realise how much I appreciate the people, like you, who visit and comment here with us. We all have our own oppinions and it can be expressed in a proper repectful manner after all. 🙂

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