Peter Sohn is an American Voice actor, director, storyboard artist and an Animator. He works for the Pixar Animation Studios. Sohn was born in the town the Bronx and was raised in the New York City. His parents emigrated from Korea in 1990’s. He went to CalArts, and while studying there, he worked on Brad Bird’s The Iron Gaint as an intern. He married his College love Anna Chambers, who is an animation artist who he met at CalArts. After school, he got an opportunity to work at The Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros. After having a successful start to his career by working with some of the best animation companies Peter took his talent to the Pixar. He worked in the art and the story department of one of the most famous project of The Pixar, Finding Nemo. Along with Finding Nemo, he also worked on The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and WALL-E. He even voice-dubbed the character of Emily in the movie Ratatouille. He wrote and directed his first short film in the year 2009. He named his project Partly Cloud.

The movie was included in the Animation Show of Shows. Later, he co-directed the English version of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea in 2009. He was helped by John Lasseter and Brad Lewis. The boy in the movie Up was based on Peter. He looked exactly like Peter used to when he was a child. Sohn even voice-dubbed for the movie. He also worked in the movie Monster’s University, where he voice-dubbed the character of Squishy. Peter’s latest work includes The Good Dinosaur, which was released in November 2015. He also voices-dubbed the character of Forest Woodbrush in Styracosaurus. Some of Peter’s notable works include Osmosis Jones where he was the Senior Animator. He worked with the art production team in the movie One Man Band. He even worked as an Additional Production Artist in the movie Toy Story 3. Apart from dubbing the character of Russel in Up, Peter also worked as a Storyboard artist in the movie.

Steven Spielberg English Actor

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg is an American producer, director, and scriptwriter. He is one of the most honored and the most efficient filmmakers of Hollywood. He has given a new way of presentation and movies to the audience and is considered the most important person in the new age Hollywood movies. He is one of the members who founded the DreamWorks Studios. He is working in the industry for four decades and has tried his hands in every theme of filmmaking. He is one of the directors who have most of the highest grosser. He bagged the Academy Award for Best Director for the movie Schindler's List. He has made five feature films in collaboration with John Williams who is a music composer. He was born in Cincinnati. During his childhood his family used to migrate a lot, his major youth life was spent in Arizona. He directed the Duel in the 1960s which were a television movie earning him the title of youngest director in the universe. The series was a hit one who gave him a lot of appreciation making him one of the successful directors. His movies were always experimental and based on various topics and themes. Movies like Jaws in 1975 were based on the issues of ancient fears, E.T.in 1982. These movies had a very different concept as it was not imagined by anyone before. His movies were filled with the adventure which would keep the audience on the movie. He even gave movies like Jurassic Park in 1993, The Lost World: Jurassic Park in1997 which had an imaginative world, fantasies, action, and thrill. He has even given the audience epic historic dramas like Schindler's List in 1993 which starred Liam Neeson. The movie had won seven Academy Awards. In 1998, he did Saving Private Ryan, which was based on World War II American soldier. He won the best director Academy Award for the movie. Amblin Entertainment was his first film company in 1982. The company produced successful movies like Back to the Future in 1985 and its two franchises and Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 1988. In 1994, he formed the Dreamworks SKG studio along with David Geffen and Jeffrey Katzenberg. In 2005, it was changed to Paramount Pictures. In 2000, his movies were mainly based on the concepts of sci-fi and adventure. Movies like Minority Report in 2002, Munich in 2005 were based on these concepts. In 2006, he produced movies like Letters from Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers. In 2008, he teamed up with George Lucas for Indiana Jones sagas latest installment. He was worked in Adventures of Tintin an animated movie which was based on the comic Hergé. The movie received six appreciations in the Academy Award. In 2012, he directed the movie Lincoln which was a biopic President Abraham Lincoln. The role was played by Daniel Day-Lewis; Sally Field played the role of Mary Todd Lincoln. The movie was very much appreciated making up with twelve nominations in the Oscars, and winning two. He has even directed many television series like Falling Skies, Terra Nova, Extant, and Smash. In 2015, he was an executive producer for Jurassic World. The movie was a huge blockbuster and had broken all records. He has been honored with three Oscar s in his lifetime. He won the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 1986. In 2004, he was appreciated with Lifetime Achievement Award for Directors Guild. In 2015, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which considered as the nation’s highest civilian respect. He got married twice. His first wife was Amy Irving with whom he had a son. His second marriage was with Kate Capshaw. The couple has five children and two stepchildren.

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Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone, also known as William Oliver Stone, is an American producer, screenwriter, and a director. He came to the film industry as a writer, writing and directing movies about Vietnam War. Oliver was born on September 15, 1946, in the New York City, The United States of America. His film targets the controversial and political American issues of the late 20th century. Stone has received many awards which include three Academy Awards for his movies. His father, Louis Stone was a stockbroker and fought with the Allied troops in France during the World War II. Stone went to Trinity School in New York but later his parents sent him to a college-preparatory school named The Hill School in Pennsylvania. His parent got divorced when he was just a student. Stone drop out of the Yale University at the age of 18, in 1965. He started teaching English to high school students at the Pacific Institute. He also worked as a worked on US Marine Ship. He even server the US Army during the 1960s where he received a Bronze Star and a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster. In 1970, Stone completed his graduation from the New York University with a degree in film-making. He was guided by the famous director Martin Scorsese. He was offered a small role in a comedy movie, The Battle of Love’s Return. Stone started his film-making career with a sort film Last Year in Vietnam. He directed his first film named Seizure in the 1970s which were a horror movie. Oliver has produced and directed a lot of masterpiece movies. Some of which include a drug lord Tale, Scarface, and Year of the Dragon. Most of his movies were based on Vietnam wars like Platoon, Heaven and Earth, and Salvador. Stone won his first Academy Award in 1970 for the movie Midnight Express. Midnight Express was a movie based on a true-life prison story, but stone’s screenplay for the movie was criticized by many critics. Platoon introduced him to a wider audience. The movie was a huge success, and it provided a huge kick-start to Oliver’s career. The movie even won the Best Picture and Best Director Academy Award. The platoon was the first film directed by Oliver, based in Vietnamese wars. One of his most successful movies was Wall Street. In 1990, Oliver directed The Doors, which received huge criticism from the viewers and critics. During the same year, Oliver directed the most successful and well-received movie, JFK. The movie was based on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. After 2000’s, Oliver slowed down her production of movies. In 2004, Oliver directed the movie named Alexander, which was critically savaged. After that, Oliver made a movie on two policemen who survived the 9/11 attack. Oliver directed a miniseries called Wide Palms for the ABC Television. He also wanted to write and direct the biopic of George W. Bush, but didn’t get a chance to do so. In 2010, Oliver made the sequel of the movie Wall Street, named Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Oliver has also made some documentaries which include Looking for Fidel, Castro in Winter, Persona Non Grata, and Fidel Castro: Comandante. Oliver premiered the film Mi Amigo Hugo, which was a documentary based on the president of Venezuela. Oliver won the Academy Award for Best Director for Born on the Fourth of July. He received two Academy award nominations for Salvador and Platoon. Oliver was arrested and pleaded guilty to excessive drug usage and alcohol by the New York Police Department and was ordered a rehabilitation program. Stone got married three times and is currently married to Sun-Jung Jung, and they have a daughter together.

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Oliver Stone English Actor