After completing military service and returning to Nashville, Calpernia played fiddle with a Celtic band.
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Fourteen-year-old Jazz Jennings, co-author of the popular children's book "I Am Jazz", experiences the typical pressures of entering high school, except with an added, unusual factor- she's transgender.
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As the undisputed ambassador of the energetic, New Orleans-based Bounce ...
In 1999, while working as a performer, Addams began dating PFC Barry Winchell.
Word of the relationship spread at Winchell's Army base where he was harassed by fellow soldiers and ultimately murdered.
Addams' and Winchell's romance and the crimes of their abusers are depicted in the film Soldier's Girl, released in 2003. A subsequent New York Times article, "An Inconvenient Woman", documented the marginalization and misrepresentation of transgender sexuality even by gay rights activists.] Addams began entertaining as a child by playing Bluegrass and Gospel-style fiddle in church, and acting in school plays.
While in the Navy she worked in community theater as an actor and director.
With Winchell's death Addams suspended her performances, then left Nashville to move first to Chicago and then to Los Angeles.