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Old 07-06-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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TV Raven-Symone and Holly Robinson Peete Reminisce about "Mr. Cooper"

Raven-Symone and Holly Robinson Peete Reminisce About "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper" (VIDEO)
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posted Jul 6th 2011



After "The Cosby Show" made her a star, Raven-Symone worked for six seasons on the Mark Curry sitcom "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper".

Wednesday on "The Talk", there was a mini-"Cooper" reunion between Raven-Symone and her former co-star, Holly Robinson Peete. Raven-Symone reminisced about life as a child star, and said her most vivid memory from working with Peete on "Cooper" was watching her eat chicken and waffles at Roscoe's.






Now Raven you were really young when you started out in the business, what did your parents do to keep you grounded?

They gave me chores, I went to public school where I failed algebra twice and had to go to summer school...

but at the same time on the weekends I would go on tour with N'SYNC even when I was on "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper". I would leave on Saturday and come back and have chores to do when I had to learn my lines and go to school.

So it was just a hot mess.





So what was it like working with Holly on "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"?

She was amazing and I will never forget how she eats her waffles and chicken during Roscoe's. I would remember this forever, you would take the waffle and cut it in half and dip it like a taco in the thing. Then you would put your chicken inside of it.

It was so weird to me but I enjoyed watching it.

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Raven-Symone and Holly Robinson Peete Reminisce About "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper" (VIDEO)
by Nick Zaino
posted Jul 6th 2011



After "The Cosby Show" made her a star, Raven-Symone worked for six seasons on the Mark Curry sitcom "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper".

Wednesday on "The Talk", there was a mini-"Cooper" reunion between Raven-Symone and her former co-star, Holly Robinson Peete. Raven-Symone reminisced about life as a child star, and said her most vivid memory from working with Peete on "Cooper" was watching her eat chicken and waffles at Roscoe's.






Now Raven you were really young when you started out in the business, what did your parents do to keep you grounded?

They gave me chores, I went to public school where I failed algebra twice and had to go to summer school...

but at the same time on the weekends I would go on tour with N'SYNC even when I was on "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper". I would leave on Saturday and come back and have chores to do when I had to learn my lines and go to school.

So it was just a hot mess.





So what was it like working with Holly on "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"?

She was amazing and I will never forget how she eats her waffles and chicken during Roscoe's. I would remember this forever, you would take the waffle and cut it in half and dip it like a taco in the thing. Then you would put your chicken inside of it.

It was so weird to me but I enjoyed watching it.

http://www.aoltv.com/2011/07/06/rave...-cooper-video/




Don't forget that she also played the bumbling Raven in the title role of That's So Raven. The show ran on the Disney Channel for severaL years.
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