Courvosier Cox Knows He’s a Superstar

By | August 23, 2017

Fifteen-year-old Courvosier Cox is a self-proclaimed “triple threat” talent. Struggling to find his place during a complex adolescence, he undertakes a relentless quest to escape into the spotlight. Kelly Creedon’s short film, “In This World,” received numerous film festival prizes. In 2016, after the film was finished, Courvosier Cox was arrested for over three dozen theft-related charges.

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