Actress Priah Ferguson

Priah Ferguson

Living place: Atlanta

Birthday: 1-10-2006 (16 years old)

Population of the world 2006: 6.5 billions

Global rank: #1555


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Who is Actress Priah Ferguson?
The actress was most well-known for her role as Erica Sinclair, the main character on Stranger Things. She was first seen in the show's second season. She has appeared in minor roles on series like Atlanta, Mercy Street, and Daytime Divas. Nominations: Screen Actors Guild Award For Outstanding Performance by a Cast In a Drama Series
Priah Ferguson was the official spokesperson for United Way of Greater Atlanta.

Young / Before famous

At the age of 5, she began training at acting camps and classes.

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Her family resides in Atlanta. Jayda is her younger sister.

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When was Actress Priah Ferguson born?
Priah Ferguson birthday 1-10-2006 (at the age of 16).
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Priah Ferguson was born in Atlanta, of United States. Ms, whose Zodiac is Libra, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Dog. Priah Ferguson's global rank is 1555 and whose rank is 29 in list of famous Actress. Population of the world in 2006 is about 6.5 billions persons.
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Events in 2006 and 1-10

Events in the world in the birth year of Priah Ferguson

  • Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon suffers a massive stroke; he is replaced by acting prime minister Ehud Olmert (Jan. 5).
  • Militant group Hamas wins 74 of 132 seats in Palestinian legislative elections (Jan. 25). Israeli leaders vote to withhold $50 million per month (Feb. 19).
  • A Danish newspaper challenges taboos against illustrations of Muhammad by printing several negative cartoons depicting him. Angry demonstrators throughout the Muslim world smash windows, set fires, and burn flags of Denmark and other nations whose newspapers reprint the cartoons (Feb. 4 onward).
  • In Iraq, a coalition of Shiites and Kurds dominates the new government. Secretarian violence wracks the country, killing tens of thousands, with fatality rates rising throughout the year; some observers describe the situation as a civil war between Sunnis and Shiites. Several internal reports characterize the U.S. military efforts as failing. See Iraq Timeline 2006.
  • After weeks of crippling student-led protests, French president Jacques Chirac repeals a new labor law that would have made it easier for employers to fire workers under the age of 26 (Apr. 10).
  • In defiance of the U.N. Security Council, Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announces that Iran has successfully enriched uranium (Apr. 11). The International Atomic Energy Agency reports to the Security Council that it has found traces of highly enriched uranium at Iran's Natanz facility (July 31). U.N. Security Council resolution bans the Iranian import and export of materials and technology used to enrich uranium (Dec. 23).
  • North Korea test fires missiles over the Sea of Japan (July 4) and explodes a nuclear device in the North Korean mountains (Oct. 9). The U.N. Security Council votes in favor of a resolution banning the sale of materials to North Korea that could be used to produce weapons (Oct. 14). North Korea agrees to resume disarmament talks with China, Russia, the U.S., and South Korea (Oct. 31).
  • India test-launches a missile with a range of 1,800 miles (July 9). More than 200 people die and hundreds more are wounded when a series of bombs explode on commuter trains in Mumbai, India during the evening rush hour (July 11).
  • Hezbollah, a Lebanese militant group, fires rockets into Israel. In response, Israel launches a major military attack, sending thousands of troops into Lebanon. (July 13–Aug. 15).
  • Saddam Hussein is convicted of crimes against humanity by an Iraqi court (Nov. 5), and hanged in Baghdad. A witness videotapes the hanging using a cell phone and captures the chaos that unfolds as Shiite guards taunt Hussein (Dec. 30).

Birthday Priah Ferguson (1-10) in history

  • Day 1-10 year 1800: Spain ceded Louisiana to France in the secret Treaty of San Ildefonso.
  • Day 1-10 year 1908: Henry Ford introduced the first mass-produced automobile on the market—the Model T car to the market. Each car cost $825.
  • Day 1-10 year 1936: General Francisco Franco became head of the insurgent Spanish government.
  • Day 1-10 year 1961: Roger Maris of the New York Yankees hit his 61st home run of the season, breaking Babe Ruth's record of 60 set in 1927.
  • Day 1-10 year 1971: Walt Disney World opened in Orlando, Florida.
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