Van Halen’s ‘Hot For Teacher’ Clip’s Mom Resumes Role for Post-Covid Anthem
Actress Ruth silveira has been busy ever since she played the unforgettable role of “mother” in VAN HALEN‘s “In love with his teacher” music video over three and a half decades ago. She has worked on over 60 television and film projects, ranging from “MD House” at “Growing pains”. She raised two daughters and now helps raise her grandchildren in the Los Angeles area. She recently reprized the role of “mother” for a new music video collaboration titled “This rap doesn’t make sense”. Actor Joe hernandez-kolski wrote and performed lyrics and musicians TWINS THING wrote and performed music.
Hernandez-Kolski said: “I have known Ruth for many years. We are both members of the Sacred Fools Theater Company. I only recently discovered, however, that she was in the ‘In love with his teacher’ Musical clip. I lost my mind because VAN HALEN has always been my favorite band of all time.
“When I started thinking about making a music video for the song, I knew right away that I wanted to pay tribute to the original video.
“Ruth was a wonderful professional. She came over and recreated the role in one take. “
Watch the video for “This rap doesn’t make sense” below.
the “In love with his teacher” The video was shot at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California. Because the school had been closed due to insufficient funds at the time of the video recording, VAN HALEN not only paid to rent the school for four days of filming, but they also donated money to the city to help reopen it.
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