Emilio Estevez still looks young enough to play on the varsity wrestling squad, but here's a twist. The Breakfast Club and Mighty Ducks star is now 52 years old with two grown children: son Taylor Levi, 30, and daughter Paloma Rae, 29. Turns out that Estevez's young guns are pretty cool. Taylor works in the industry, recently performing stunt work for projects like Ride Along, Sons of Anarchy, and Two and a Half Men (which, of course, once starred his uncle, Charlie Sheen). He lived in Spain after working as an associate producer there on 2010's The Way, directed by his father and starring his grandfather, Martin Sheen. Currently, he is working as a Spanish dialogue coach and production assistant on Sheen's latest film, The Vessel.
Paloma, meanwhile, is a professional drummer and composer based in Los Angeles. A graduate of Musician's Institute, she's opened for musical acts like Buckcherry and Drowning Pool. According to IMDB, she also lent her percussion skills to The Way. The musician spoke about her passion for music with Tom Tom Magazine in 2012. "In terms of feel and groove, I have found myself modeling my playing after the great John Bonham from day one," she told the magazine. "It’s always an honor to hear, 'Wow, you sound a lot like John Bonham. I’ve never heard a girl hit so hard!'" Sounds like our kind of woman. Here's what she looks like:
Here's what she sounds like:
Finally, here's what we imagine Papa Emilio doing when she hits the skins:
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