Peter Berg is multi-talented personality. He directs, writes, acts, and produces movies, TV shows, and music videos. He dabbles in all kind of genres like action, drama, science-fiction, and much more. He was born on March 11, 1964, in New York City, United States of America. His father's and mother's name are Laurence and Sally respectively. He is the cousin of H. G. Bissinger, a writer, and has a sister named Mary. Sally was one of the founders of Catalog for Giving, a charity, and worked at a hospital which treated psychiatric patients while Laurence worked as a marine. Peter has done his primary education at The Taft School. He is the ex-student of Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota and had studied theater arts and history.

It was during his time that he realized he wanted to become an actor. He shifted to Los Angeles and instead of auditioning directly for roles he decided to work as a production assistant to understand the complexities that one encounters while making a film. Eventually, he started getting roles and first worked in Quiet Victory: The Charlie Wedemeyer Story and 21 Jump Street. Since then he has acted in Never on Tuesday, Race for Glory, Heart of Dixie, Late for Dinner, Tale of Two Sisters, A Midnight Clear, Fire in the Sky, Across the Moon, A Case for Murder, The Last Seduction, The Great White Hype, Chicago Hope, Very Bad Things, The King of Queens, Lone Survivor, Friday Night Lights, POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, and much more.

He has produced and directed Very Bad Things, keeps Getting' Better, Lars and the Real Girl, Hell or High Water, The Green Beret’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse, Rise and Walk: The Dennis Byrd Story, and several others. He has composed Very Bad Things as well. Most of his projects have traveled many film festivals and has won awards like the Fun Radio Trophy, and much more. His movie, Friday Night Lights, has picked up the Movie of the Year and the Best Sports Movie Award. Currently, he is busy producing Mile 22, an action thriller, whose star cast consists of Ronda Rousey and Iko Uwais. His statements about Caitlyn Jenner winning the Arthur Ashe Courage Award had created a stir but it fizzled out eventually. In 1993, Peter got hatched to Elizabeth Rogers who worked for Calvin Klein. The couple had two children named Emmett and Alex. But within five years of marriage, they divorced.

Stanley Tong English Actor

Stanley Tong

Tong was born in Hong Kong on April 7, 1960. He studied in Hong Kong and Canada. He was encouraged to start his career in the film industry by his brother in law who is a moviemaker. He then started his career in the cinema industry by the year 1979 by working for some of the scenes. By 1991, he began his direction for his first movie The Stone Age Warriors which was funded by him. The show reached a great success by getting praise from several critics of the industry. That talkie grasped the attention of the Golden Harvest which is a film production company. He was invited there to join them as a cinema director. He worked closely with several artists of which Jackie Chan is most common. He was known for his action pictures. He directed several wanted talkies by the year 1990. He joined with Jackie Chan for their first seen Police Story 3: Super Cop which made a hit among several Asian Countries and nominated for the Best film of the industry for that year. He also joined him in some more movies such as Police Story 4: first strike and Rumble in the Broke. Those shows also created several significant impacts in the industry for their story and action. Those movie collected around HK$57,518,795 which was the greatest box office hit made in the Hong Kong until the year 2001. The release of the Rumble in the USA made Chan gain a separate unique place in the Hollywood industry. Tong has the habit of attempting the stunt in the movies before he asks the heroes to take them up. Such events include the Final of The Stone Age Warriors and in Rumble the fire incident. He directed some of the movies while he was staying in Hollywood which was not up to the level of expectation. After that, he returned to his hometown Shanghai to inspire the future generation moviemakers in China and directed some of the cinemas like China Strike Force. By the year 2005, he made The Myth and also Dragon Blood. Apart from making plays, he also directed several TV series such as The Patriot Yue Fei and Fall in Love with You. Apart from producing films, he also participated in several charity works in USA and China. He also took the guest lecture to inspire the future filmmakers of China by motivating them. He was also invited as a guest for the International Film festival of the year 2012. He appeared as a guest judge for the Tv Reality Show the Disciple.