Matt Dillon is one of the most well-known teen idols in the history of American cinema. He is a well-known actor and well-praised director. He is popular for his roles in films like ‘My Bodyguard’ in 1980 and ‘The Outsiders’ in 1983. He was born on the 18th of February in the year 1964. He was born in Paul Dillon and Mary Ellen in the city of New Rochelle in New York in the US. His father was a Sales Manager working with Union Camp and also a portrait painter, and his mother was a homemaker. He was one amongst six children.

Dillon got his big break while he was still pursuing his high school education. He was seen bunking his classes in Hommocks Middle School, Larchmont, by filmmaker Jonathan Kaplan. He was asked to audition for the role of a violent young teenager, and he finally ended up being offered the role. He was cast in ‘Over the Edge’ in 1979, and that was Dillon’s debut into the field of feature films. After his success in the movie, he was cast in a bunch of movies such as ‘Little Darlings’ in 1980, ‘Liar’s Moon’ in 1982, ‘The Flamingo Kid’ in 1984, etc.

In the year 1991, Matt was called the best actor in his age group compared to actors like Sean Penn, by Roger Ebert, one of the most well-known film critics. Matt made his debut as a director with the film ‘City of Ghosts’ which was released in the year 2002. He has been nominated for dozens of awards and has won plenty including, MTV Movie Awards, Teen Choice Award, Satellite Award, Cairo International Film Festival Special Award, etc.

Max Joseph English Actor

Max Joseph

Born on January 16, 1982, H Maxwell “Max” Joseph is an American director, producer, screenwriter, cinematographer and a film editor. This well-renowned director has directed numerous number documentaries, and short videos such as “We Are Your Friends”, “Garden of Eden”, “Good: Animal Guns” etc., which convey a social meaning, something for the viewers to ponder on about. Apart from doing the typical dramas and up and downs of one’s life, he has also wandered away into a better path where he has given the audience some space to think. In usual scenarios, we see a process in which the film crew does all the work while the audience would simply sit back and enjoy the show. But here, even though an element of enjoyment or entertainment is present, director/producer/ screenwriter Max Joseph has included an element where the viewers can think and land upon a conclusion on their own. In the year 2014, Max had been nominated for the Choice TV Personality Award: Male by Teen Choice Award. He has also been noted for his TV show “Catfish” in which he took up the role of co-host and a camera man. The show was aired in the year 2012 and is still being aired. Max Joseph can be said to be a very versatile person who isn’t afraid of changing the scene once for a while. And it is due to such people in the industry that the viewers can catch up with something that stands out from the monotony present nowadays. This spirited New Yorker has brought out a wide array of variety themed ideas, and this is what helps him stand out from the otherwise dull and boring pack. And he still continues to do his magic and entertain every one of his viewers.

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Jerry Jameson

Jerry Jameson is an American director, editor and producer who works in the Hollywood film industry and television industry. He was born in Los Angeles in California in the United States of America on 26th November 1934. He is known for the movies Raise The Titanic and Captive, and for TV series like the Mod Squad and The Andy Griffith Show. He is also known as Jerry J. Jameson. Jerry began his career as an editor for television serials like The Andy Griffith Show and Gomer Pyle: U.S.M.C. in 1964. He also edited the television movie The Monk which aired on 21st October 1969. He became an editorial supervisor for various episodes of television series like Rango, Accidental Family, Good Morning World, The Andy Griffith Show, I Spy, Gomer Pyle: U.S.M.C., My Friend Tony, The Guns Of Will Sonnett and many others. He was also the editorial supervisor of the TV films like Cricket On The Hearth in 1967, The Over-The-Hill Gang in 1969, Wake Me when the War Is Over in 1969, The Monk in 1969 and The Ballad Of Andy Crocker in 1969. Jerry worked as an associate producer for sixty episodes of The Andy Griffith show from 1965 till 1967. He was the production manager of many episode of the soap operas That Girl and Mod Squad. He was the production executive for two episodes of Make Room For Grandaddy. He produced the television flicks Stormin’ House in 1985, Gunsmoke: One Man’s Justice in 1994 and Too Close To Justice in 1997. He produced the 2015 feature film Captive. Jerry directed episodes of Dan August, Mod Squad, The Rookies, Cannon, Search, The Six Million Dollar Man, McCloud, Ironside, The Streets Of Manhattan, Movin’ On and several others. He directed television movies like Heatwave! In 1974, The Elevator in 1974, The Hurricane in 1974, Terror On The 40th Floor in 1974, The Secret Night Caller in 1975, The Deadly Tower in 1975, The Lives Of Jenny Dolan in 1975, The Call Of The Wild in 1976, The Invasion Of Johnson County in 1976, Superdome in 1978, A Fire In The Sky in 1978, Dan August: Murder My Friend in 1980, Gone In A Heartbeat in 1996 and several others. He directed Hollywood flicks like the Brute Corps in 1971, The Dirt Gang in 1972, The Bat People in 1974, Airport ’77 in 1977, L’arma in 1978, Raise The Titanic in 1980, Last Flight Out in 2004 and Captive in 2015.

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Jerry Jameson English Actor