Gerard Way

February 12, 2011 by Post Team 

Gerard Way, Gerard Arthur Way (born April 9, 1977) is a comic book writer and musician who served as singer and co-founder of the band My Chemical Romance since its inception in 2001. It is also the author of the comic strip Eisner Award-winning The Umbrella Academy.
Gerard Way was born April 9, 1977 in Summit, New Jersey to Donna Lee (Rush was born) and Donald Way. It was Italian (from his maternal grandmother) and Scottish ancestry.

He grew up in Belleville, New Jersey and began singing publicly in the fourth grade, when he played the role of Peter Pan in a school musical production. Her maternal grandmother, Elena Lee Rush, was a great creative influence who taught him to sing, paint, and perform at a young age, he said that “she taught me everything I know”.

At the age of 15, Gerard was held at gunpoint, as he said in an April 2008 Rolling Stone interview: “I stood with a 357 Magnum, had a gun pointed at my head and put on the floor, execution-style. “He continued by saying that” no matter how the world is ugly or stupid, it shows me is that I still have the faith. ”

Gerard Way attended Belleville High School until he graduated in 1995. Deciding to pursue a career in the comic book industry, he attended the School of Visual Arts in New York; he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1999.

As teenagers Gerard and his brother Mikey Way, who later became the bassist of My Chemical Romance, have been influenced by bands Iron Maiden and The Misfits and British artists such as Pulp, Blur and The Smiths and Morrissey. Channel initially wanted to be a guitarist. His grandmother bought him his first guitar at age eight years and played in bands of short duration such as Ray Gun Jones and Nancy Drew with future bandmate Ray Toro, but when he failed (a tape of him hitting because of his lack of skill on the guitar), he turned his back on music and concentrated on his art career
Gerard Houllier has praised the performance of veteran midfielder Robert Pires as Aston Villa booked a place in the last 16 of the FA Cup with a 3-1 home win against Blackburn.

Pires scored his first goal for the club and was an influential figure before leaving the field to a standing ovation at halfway through the second half.

Houllier said: “He (Pires) is cleaner first, he played against Sheffield United on the last lap and I think it’s getting better, it still has the touch and the eye of the pass and he brings a certain ease. The game with his technique. ”

He added: “I am pleased by the reaction of the bench when he scored.

“It’s something very revealing. The bench all increased and was very happy and proud for him.

“This is a popular man. They love it. It is a nice man.

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