Birthday: 04-06-1975
Age: 44
Star sign: Cancer

Russell Brand was born in Essex, England on 4th June 1975. He is a comedian and an actor by profession. He started his career as a stand-up artist and later became an MTV VJ. His mother is Barbara Elizabeth, and his father is Ronald Henry Brand, who is a photographer. Soon after his birth, his parents divorced and he was kept by his mother who raised him. Brand had a difficult childhood and was sexually abused and also suffered from numerous health issues and was into drugs when he was only 15 years old.

He describes having a strange relationship with his father; he was taken to escort services when he was on a trip to Thailand with his father. Russell received his primary education from Grays School Media Arts College and later attended Itali Conti Academy but soon after was expelled from the academy for his low attendance and use of drugs. Brand participated at the New Act of the Year and performed there and landed at the fourth position in the show. He came into the limelight and became very popular among the people. Brand always comes out clean during his shows; he released DVDs of his life incidents and problems in 2006.

Russell has performed for Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2007 and soon after had his 2nd tour across the nation which was released later on DVDs. Russell is a very different man, after the 9/11 attacks he used to dress as Osama and visit the MTV Studios and used to bring his drug dealer there which worsened the situation. In 2006, Russell came back to MTV and hosted a chat show which included celebrities like Tom Cruise, Boy George, The Mighty Boosh, etc.

Russell has also acted in many TV shows which include The Bill, Mud, Cruise of the Gods, White Teeth, etc. Brand voiced for Dr. Nefario in the Despicable Me series; the audience loved the character, and the movie was very popular among the people. In 2012, Brand testified in the parliament about his drug addiction. Russell has released many TV shows where he has been discussing his life problems and events that he had suffered in his childhood.

Russell Brand has been suffering from many problems; he suffered from bipolar disorder and also took medication for bulimia. In 2010, Russell married Katy Perry, but they divorced in 2012. Brand’s upcoming movie, “ Trolls” will be released in 2016. In 2016 he started dating Laura Gallacher, and the couple is expecting a baby together.

Ronnie Corbett English Actor

Ronnie Corbett

Ronald Balfour also referred as Ronnie Corbett, was a Scottish actor, stand-up comedian, writer, and broadcaster, famously known for his long friendship with Ronnie Barker in the BBC tube comedy sketch play The Two Ronnies. He gained prominence in David Frost's ironic comedy show The Frost Report along with Barker and consequently starred in sitcoms such as Now Look Here, No – That's Me Over Here!, and Sorry! Ronnie was born in Edinburgh, the boy of William Balfour Corbett, a master baker, and his wife, Annie Elizabeth Corbett. He had a sibling about six years small, and a sister of ten years younger than him. Corbett went to the Royal High School and James Gillespie's High School in the town but did not visit the university. After moving from school, he determined he wanted to be an artist while working in amateur shows at a church youth club. His first work, however, was beside the Ministry of Agriculture. Corbett completed his compulsory civil service with the Royal Air Force, while he was the smallest in height authorised officer in the British Troops. A recent aircraftman 2nd class, he was elected to the secretarial section of the RAF as a pilot deputy in 1950. He got the service number 2446942. He transported to the reserve in 1951, through ending his term of active service. He was graduated to flying deputy in 1952. Later National Service, Corbett flew to London to start his acting profession. At five ft 1 in tall, Ronnie was suited to perform roles youthful than his years. Recommendations to his height repeatedly cropped up in his self- the deprecating joke. In one of his newest stage shows, he was solicited as Ronald Corbett at Cromer in the Take it Easy in 1956, along with Graham Stark. He looked in Crackerjack as a general in its early days, one chapter with Winifred Atwell. He had a appeared in an initial episode of The Saint and appeared in movies including Rockets Galore! Some Won’t, Casino Royale, Some Will, and the film translation of the parody No Sex Please, We're British. Corbett led in the first London reproduction of the vocal The Boys from Syracuse in 1963 at the Theatre Royal, beside Bob Monkhouse. In 1965 he was in the nightclub at Winston's, Mayfair nightclub by Danny La Rue. David Frost noticed him and ordered him to perform in The Frost Report. Corbett did in the West End, working Will Scarlett in Robin Hood musical Twang!! by Lionel Bart. It disappointed, going Corbett free to accept. It was while serving at Danny La Rue's restaurant that Corbett joined Anne Hart, who he was to wed that year. The marriage lasted 49 years till he died. In 1966, Corbett partnered artist and performer Anne Hart they had two children, actresses Sophie Corbett and Emma. Their first child, Andrew, had a heart injury and died at six weeks past at the St Thomas' Hospital, London. Corbett breathed in Shirley, London for several years. He also had a house in Gullane, which is in Scotland. He was a beekeeper and kept colony at his second home. Corbett was a golfer and looked in star and pro–am procedures; in 2009, he did a documentary with Colin Montgomerie in which they performed at Gleneagles. A keen cricket follower, Corbett was also a chairman of the cricketing welfare the Lord's Taverners. He helped his local soccer club, The Crystal Palace FC, also his hometown organisation, Heart of Midlothian FC. In mid-2014, Corbett served a party at 10 the Downing Street received by David Cameron-Conservative Prime Minister. In 2014, Corbett was one of 200 public characters who were signatories to a message to The Guardian stating their hope that Scotland would choose to remain the member of the United Kingdom in September's election on that point.  On 31 March 2016, Corbett passed off at the age of 85, in Shirley, London, encircled by his family. He was sustained by his wife and two children. Corbett's burial service, for relatives and friends, was held on 18 April at the St John the Evangelist Chapel near his house in Shirley. In recognition to one of his famous Two Ronnies comedy pictures, four candles were arranged at the back of the platform. He has created a private ceremony at Croydon Crematorium afterwards. Mourners carried Sir Michael Parkinson, Rob Brydon, David Walliams and Jimmy Tarbuck.