David Fincher was born on 28th August 1962 and is a director as well as a producer in America. He has even got the Academy Award for being the best director in the productions “ The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button” released in 2008 and for “ The Social Network”, a drama released in 2010. He even received huge fame for many directions like ‘Seven’ in 1995, written by Andrew Kevin Walker, ‘Fight Club’, a release of 1999, and screenplay of Jim Uhis, ‘ Gone Girl’ a release of 2014, etc. He also received the applause for being instrumental in creating the Netflix series “House Of Cards” in the U.S.

Coming to his early life, he took birth in Colorado, and his mother was Claire Mae, who was a nurse for mental health from the place “South Dakota” and has worked for drug addiction related programs. His father was “Howard Kelly Fincher”, who was an author and has worked as a bureau chief for the magazine “ Life”. In 2003 of April, Howard died due to cancer. During his young age, David was interested in the film line. At the age of two, he with his family went to stay in California, and there George Lucas was his neighbour. When he was a teenager, he went to Oregon, and completed his graduation from Ashland High School.

At the time of his high school, he went for play direction, sets designing and lighting work after school and in theater movies second run; he worked as production assistant in the news station of local television named “KobiI” in Oregon. With this, he did other jobs like dishwasher, fry cook, etc. Being inspired from the movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a western American release of 1969, he started making movies with 8mm Camera. When starting with his early career, he worked as production assistant in Korty Films. After then, he went on to become the producer of visual effects. There he worked on the animation “Twice Upon A Time” during 1983.

He was also hired during 1983 by “Industrial Light And Magic” and worked as the photographer assistant and the photographer. Then in 1983, he worked on “Return Of The Jedi” and in 1984 he worked on “Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom”. Then during 1984, he left “ILM”, to direct American Cancer Society, a commercial, in which he tried to show a fetus, who was involved in cigarette smoking. That was so good that it got him in the notice of Los Angeles Producers and then in 1985, he directed the documentary “The Beat Of the Live Drum”. Then he centered his attention to music videos.

He also directed the video related to clothes, “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off”, which is its title name and it was a huge success for the American R and B singer “Jermaine Stewart” and also worked extensively for the direction of videos like - “Express Yourself”, a song written by ‘ Madonna’, “Bad Girl”, “Oh Father” and “Vogue”, which are other writings by Madonna that were made by him. Following this, he worked for, Alien 3, Seven, The Game and Fight Club, Panic Room, ‘Hiatus’, ‘ Zodiac’, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, during 1990 and 2000.

Then in 2010 he proceeded to work for The Social Network, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl, and Television Career. His 2011 releases included - The Girl Who Played With Fire, Gone Girl in 2013 and was also proceeding towards the series “Utopia”, which was canceled during 2015 due to budget related disputes.

Coming to his personal life, in 1990 he married “Donyo Florentino”, a photographer and they both got divorced in 1995. The couple had a daughter “Phelix Imogen Fincher”. He did marry “ Cean Chaffin” later, who was a producer by profession.

Chris Messina English Actor

Chris Messina

Chris Messina is an actor from America who appears in films and TV shows. He is also a director of a few dramas. He is most famous for an appearance in movies like Argo, Vicky Cristina Barcelona and You’ve Got Mail among others. His role as Chris Sanchez in the TV show Damages and his character of Danny Castellano in the Mindy Project have also gained him a lot of recognition. Born on August 11, 1974, in Northport, New York, he studied the theatrical arts while he was in high school. Later he joined Marymount Manhattan College but left just after one semester. He learned to act from private tutors and kick started his career as an off-Broadway actor. After making an appearance in episodes of TV shows like Law and Order, Third Watch and Medium, he finally got the recurring role of Ted Fairwell in the fifth season of HBO drama show Six Feet Under. He acted in the movie Devil and later appeared in the movie Monogamy in 2010, the latter premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival and winning the jury award for Best New York Narrative. He was in the cast of “Damages”, a legal thriller series, in its fourth and fifth seasons and also acted in the HBO series “The Newsroom”. Later he was regularly seen as Dr. Danny Castellano in the sitcom, The Mindy Project. He has also shown up in the music video of “I’m Not the Only One”, sung by Sam Smith, in which he plays a husband cheating on his wife. He has also directed an independent drama named Alex of Venice, which was warmly received by critics and was screened at numerous international film festivals. His direction was in particular praised by the critics. He was named one of the “Ten Actors to Watch” in Daily Variety in 2007. He has also won the Richard Burton Award for Best Actor at the 2006 Vallarta Film Festival for his performance in “Ira and Abby”. Messina was married to Rosemarie DeWitt, an American actress, but they got divorced very soon. Currently, he and his girlfriend, Jennifer Todd have two sons together, Milo and Giovanni, and are based in New York City. He is an actor of high caliber, with highly appreciated roles under his belt.

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Chris Renaud

Chris Renaud is an American animator, filmmaker and voice actor. He is best known for his work in "Despicable Me," Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" and "Despicable Me 2." He directed "The Lorax". The ventures "Despicable Me" and "Despicable Me 2" were co-directed with Pierre Coffin. Chris also co-created and lent his voice to The Minion characters. Chris Renaud took birth in 1966 in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, and then shifted to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania when he was 15. He graduated in 1985 from Parkland High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania and attended the Baum School of Art. Chris did his illustration degree in 1989, from Syracuse University. After studies, he was a graphic designer and illustrator for a variety of publications and agencies, and after that, he started drawing and writing comic books. He worked at Marvel Comics illustrating the Starfleet Academy series and at DC Comics on a Batman series titled Cataclysm. There, he saw his first dream come true. Renaud transitioned into the universe of children’s television, as the production designer on the Disney Channel's The Book of Pooh. Renaud worked for Blue Sky Studios/20th Century Fox as a story artist on "Robots", "Ice Age" and "Horton Hears a Who!". He created, wrote and directed his own animated short "No Time for Nuts," Another Version Chris Renaud is an American animator, filmmaker and voice actor. He is best known for his work in "Despicable Me," Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" and "Despicable Me 2." He directed "The Lorax" whereas "Despicable Me" and "Despicable Me 2" were co-directed with Pierre Coffin. Chris also co-created and lent his voice to The Minion characters. Chris Renaud was born in 1966. Baltimore, Maryland, was his birthplace, when he was 15, shifted to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He graduated in 1985 from Parkland High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania and attended the Baum School of Art. Chris did his illustration degree in 1989, from Syracuse University. After his graduation, he went to work as a graphic designer and illustrator for a variety of publications and agencies, after that he started drawing and writing comic books. When he worked at Marvel Comics depicting the Starfleet Academy series and at DC Comics on Cataclysm, a Batman series, he saw his first dream come true. Renaud transitioned into the universe of children’s television, as the production designer on the Disney Channel's "The Book of Pooh". He was the character and production designer in "It's A Big Big World", it has been aired on PBS from 2006 to 2010. He is the graphic designer in the final season of "Bear in the Big Blue House." Renaud worked for Blue Sky Studios/20th Century Fox as a story artist on "Robots", "Ice Age: The Melton", "Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs" and "Horton Hears a Who!". He created, wrote and directed his own animated short "No Time for Nuts," which featured Scrat, the famous Ice Age character. It was nominated for an Oscar Award for best short film in 2007 and earned him an Annie Award in Best Animated Short Subject category. His current project is "The Secret Life of Pets" which is set to release in the summer of 2016.

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Chris Renaud English Actor