[Candids] Rams Cheerleader MaCall Manor Photo Gallery

Lauguna Hills Native MaCall Manor


New Rams Cheerleader MaCall Manor is an intelligent, talented woman who will certainly represent Los Angeles well. From bustedcoverage.com’s feature ealier this year,

“The Los Angeles Rams officially have a cheerleader – MaCall Manor – a legend from her days as a UCLA basketball cheerleader when she was strategically placed behind ESPN GameDay cameras. This is exactly the kind of move we’ve been expecting out of the Rams cheerleader management.”

Former UCLA Dance Team Member and English Major Macall Manor.
Former UCLA Dance Team Member and English Major Macall Manor.

She has actually given a TED talk a couple years ago:

According to TED: “A nationally ranked dancer, writer, actress and former Junior Olympic gymnast, MaCall Manor is truly a Renaissance girl. She has guest starred on TV shows (acting the young Faith Hill at the MTV Country Music Awards and little Amanda in “Ugly Betty”) and in televised commercials. She has also been honored at Carnegie Hall twice for her writing, winning a Scholastic silver medal in 2009 and a gold medal in 2010 for her novels. After watching bookstores declare bankruptcy and noticing the demise of reading among her peers, MaCall founded Moonman Reviews, a book review website that re-ignites children’s love of reading.”

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Name: MaCall
Hometown & State: Laguna Hills, CA
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Green
Major: English
Favorite Music: Classic Rock
Favorite Movie(s): The Prestige
Favorite Book(s): Wuthering Heights
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Candy: M&Ms
Favorite Sport: Football
Guilty Pleasure: Chocolate
Favorite thing to do on a Friday night: Dinner and movie
Motto to live by: “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” – Henry David Thoreau
  • Smith

    Macall, I liked your presentation. Thoreau also said:

    “Men say, practically, begin where you are and such as you are without aiming mainly to become of more worth. And with kindness a forethought go about doing good.”

    That was from ‘Walden,’ which along with ‘Civil Disobedience’ were two of my favorite works from him. I am a Bruin as well, class of 2000. My email is xtj7r61@gmail.com if you wanted to discuss some time.