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Lamilton Langston Cheese
Character information
  1. Alias
    Biggy Cheese
  2. Mental
    Normal
  3. Morale
    Average
  4. Date of birth
    1990-06-02 (32 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    West Garfield Chicago
  6. Nationality
    American
  7. Ethnicity
    African American
  8. Languages
    American English
  9. Relationship
    Single
  10. Family
    N/A
  11. Religion
    Christian/Catholic

Description

  1. Height
    175 cm
  2. Weight
    150 kg
  3. Build
    Fat, fat overhanging his waist.
  4. Hair
    Bald
  5. Eyes
    Brown
  6. Alignment
    Chaotic Neutral
  7. Features
    A scar would drape his left cheek, large lips, brown eyes and long eyelashes.
  8. Equipment
    N/A
  9. Occupation
    Restaurant Owner
  10. Affiliation
    N/A
  11. Role
    N/A

Background

Lamilton Langston Cheese was born in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Chicago. His mother was a worker at a local laundry store a block away from their apartment. His father was a mechanic for a company that would take cars in accidents and strip them of anything that could be useful. Lamilton's mother and father were both good souls, they would always try to do what's best for their son, after all, he was their miracle child.
Growing up in a dangerous region of Chicago hardened Lamilton. Food was scarce, crime aplenty, and prospects to join local gangs were common. Although Lamilton lived a hard life in the ghetto, he would often find himself avoiding most of the trouble, and instead, creating a deep fascination for food. Going to local hotdog and hamburger joints and doing small chores around the store after school to get a free meal. Lamilton would grow up in the same neighborhood, and by high school, he dreamed of becoming a culinary chef, and opening his own restaurant. He wanted to get out of the hood, and retire his family to a nicer part of the U.S. To help support his family, he had been working at a local burger joint for a few years, and by the time he was 18, he had become the store manager. As it was in the ghetto, usual store break ins, robberies, and shootouts would occur near and on the property. One night, Lamilton had asked his father to help him lock up the store. His father would finish his 12 hour shift and pick up his son once he was done. In an unfortunate turn of events, Lamilton's father would be shot and killed in a late night robbery at the store. Lamilton would hear the gunshots from the back, as he was taking inventory for tomorrow's morning shift. Once he had rushed to the scene, his father was laying down on the floor, calling for help. Lamilton would call 9-1-1 and an ambulance would arrive, but sadly his father had passed before they had a chance to save his life. Lamilton and his mother were devastated, they could not afford the funeral expenses nor could they live in their 2 bedroom apartment without their father's income. Soon enough, they would move in with his grandmother in New York.

Three years had passed since Lamilton's father had died. Living in the Bronx was no different than living in West Garfield. Lamilton was determined to finally change his mother and his life for the better. Since they had moved, Lamilton had grown close to his grandmother. She would not often visit them in Chicago due to her disability, she was once a dancer in the 30s at black only clubs. She had been on T.V six times, and had also dabbled in acting. She had quietly retired to the Bronx once her husband had been killed in a car accident. Lamilton would talk to his grandmother about her mother's youth, and her own youth, intently listening to her grand adventures. It was very clear she appreciated the company, but would also listen to Lamilton's dreams of opening his own restaurant and becoming a chef, and bringing his family out of poverty. Lamilton would continue to work at various restaurants, and by the time he had turned 24, his mother would become increasingly ill, she had been diagnosed with lung cancer. She would pass away a year after her diagnosis. A year later, his grandmother would pass peacefully in the house he had moved in originally with his mother. He was the one that had found her.

Time would pass on, eventually his grandmother's house would get an order by the city to be destroyed and be replaced by newer apartments. Given Lamilton was the only official owner of the house, the city would write him a check for six thousand dollars for compensation of his force move. Lamilton would see the opportunity and use the money to try to promote a business. It started with a hotdog/hamburger stand. Some days, he would sleep on the streets with his cart, and only make just enough to continue restocking his inventory. Word would eventually make way around the Bronx of Lamilton's burger and hotdog cart, although just a simple cart would keep the meat warm, Lamilton had prepared the food with a secret ingredient, and would see major success after word finally reaching other communities.

Eventually as time passed by, the success of Lamilton's on the go restaurant would increase. He would become so successful that he would open up his first real food joint only three years after he had received the money from the city. The Restaurant would be named "Maurice and Julian's" He would name it after his mother and father. Maurice and Julian's would see so much success, big investors would help Lamilton branch out and carry the name to other states. Soon, his burgers and dogs would be internationally known. Lamilton had finally achieve his dream, although he could not give his family a better and more comfortable life, the restaurant lived on in memory of their hardship on keeping their son on the right track, and had believing in his dreams until the day they died.

Two years later, Lamilton would work out a deal to bring his famous food joint to Europe. One of the first new locations in Europe would be located in Nyheim Norway. Lamilton would oversee the construction and the grand opening.

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OiramHRRP

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COTY right under Snoch

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