Birthday: 27-08-1979
Age: 39
Star sign: Virgo

Skills combined with talent will always make you a jack of all trades starting from a small step towards a mass career walk; it always needs determination and courage. All you have will make you what you are when talent unbinds his horizon, and this reminds us of “Aaron Paul”. Aaron Paul Sturtevant was born on 27th August, 1979, in Emmett, Idaho. His parents are Darla and Robert Sturtevant, and he was a premature baby. His ancestries were of Scottish, English and German descent. He studied at Centennial High School in Boise, Idaho. After his schooling, he moved to Los Angeles. Before starting his career, he acted in The Price Is Right, which was in the early 2000’s. He was interested in playing games as a young boy, which gained him $132. He worked at Universal Theater in Hollywood as an usher. In 1996, Paul participated in the International Modeling and Talent Association competition, which was held in Los Angeles. In this competition, he came out with flying colors as an international model bagging the runner-up. He started acting in musical videos for songs like “Thoughtless” and “White Trash Beautiful”. He also starred in television communications for Fruit Corn Pops and Vanilla Coke. He started appearing in films from 2000 onwards. He is well known for portraying Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, for which he won several awards, including the Critics Choice Television Award for the Best Supporting Actor, Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor and the Primetime Emmy Awards for Supporting Actor, in many drama series. He is the only actor to gain the award five times (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014) as it was separated into two categories- one drama and the other comedy.

Paul began his career with roles in several music videos and guest roles in television series, before taking minor roles in films. Since 2014, he is the voice of Todd Chavez on the Netflix animated series, BoJack Horsemen, on which he is also an executive producer. Aaron Paul married Lauren Parsekian on 26th May, 2013. However, the wedding crowd did feature a few celebrity presence. All the guests gathered sang the song together, along with the music band, which made the ceremony a memorable one. In 2013, Aaron and Parsekian worked hard to raise $1.8 million for their campaign for a nonprofit public organization. As a result, Idaho Governor Butch Otter announced 1st October as “Aaron Paul Sturtevant Day” at a ceremony at Boise’s Egyptian Theater. Aaron Paul also did an aspiring job as a social activist and also helped the needy. It portrayed his responsibilities to society, not only for fame, but also building a society where everyone lives in harmony and peace. Small actions need no big thinking, but need a heart that is selfless to help.

Charles Laughton English Actor

Charles Laughton

Charles Laughton was the son of Eliza and Robert Laughton who were hotel keepers in Yorkshire. He was born in North Riding of Yorkshire and a blue plaque can be seen marking his birthplace there which represents his importance. He first attended Scarborough College for a short duration due to his mother’s wish as she was a devoted Roman Catholic. Her mother also had an Irish ancestry. Later, he joined Stonyhurst College which was a Jesuit school. An important part of his life was when he served during World War I with two different Battalions. He was even gassed during WWI. For further studies, he took permission from his family to study drama. When he was allowed, he got into the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Although he always participated in amateur theater plays, his first appearance as a professional actor was seen at the Barnes Theatre and then at Gaiety Theatre in London. Both the appearances were in the comedic play called The Government Inspector. He then continued to do several more roles in plays like The Cherry Orchard, The Three Sisters, The Silver Tassie and a few more, all based in London. After impressing the audiences in the UK, he moved to the US where he made his debut at the Lyceum Theatre in 1931. He moved back to London for a year to participate in the Old Vic season. After participating in a few Shakespeare plays in London, he went to Paris to participate at Comédie-Française and became the first English actor to perform there. He received a lot of applause from the audience also since he acted the part in French. He moved to Britain to begin his film career while simultaneously acting in plays on stage. He also participated in many short films, talkies and silent comedies during that time. His appearance on the New York stage in 1931 led him to be offered his first Hollywood movie called The Old Dark House (1932). He did around six movies in the same year like Payment Deferred, If I Had a Million and his much-appreciated movie The Sign of the Cross. He won an Academy Award in his second year in Hollywood for his role in the movie The Private Life of Henry VIII. He returned to the UK in 1936 where he did movies like Rembrandt and later, with Erich Pommer, founded the Mayflower Pictures production company. Initially, the company released three movies starring Laughton which were not as commercially successful as expected. Their fourth release called The Hunchback of Notre Dame saved the company from bankruptcy. Mayflower Pictures had to shut down as a side effect of WWII. He did several movies until 1962 although a short period during the 1940's was considered his worst acting period. The bad duration did not stick with him for long and he revived back from it. His last movie as an actor before dying was Advise & Consent (1962). In his career, he directed a film called The Night of the Hunter which is considered as one of the best movies of the 1950's. It is preserved in the Library of Congress by the US National Film Registry. Ironically, when the movie was first released, it did not gain enough appreciation by the audience after which Charles did not direct another movie again. Sometimes he also hosted a few episodes on TV like in The Ed Sullivan Show. He also did many spoken recordings which were a big hit. The Story Teller: A Session with Charles Laughton won a Grammy for the Best Spoken Word Recording in 1962. He was married to Elsa Lanchester since 1927 until his death in 1962. They appeared in many films and plays together. He died due to kidney cancer in 1962.


Anthony Mackie

The struggle that instantly takes a man to a higher pedestal, life is not only about moving ahead, but it’s also about touching life while you are living, with a fit physic this man has driven hearts crazy. With a smile on his face and the courage of being daring, it’s ANTHONY DWANE MACKIE Anthony Dwane Mackie is an American actor; he was featured in feature films, televisions series and plays. Mackie was born on 23rd September 1978 in New Orleans Louisiana, the son of Martha and Willie, who is a carpenter who owned a roofing business, Mackie roofing. He attended Warren Easton high school and the New Orleans center for creative arts (NCSA) IN 1997.He later graduated from the Juilliard schools drama division as a member of group 30 which also included Actors Tracie Thomas and Lee Pace. In 2002, Mackie started his work as an understudy to Don Cheadle in Suzan-Lori Parks played top dog and underdog and won an Obie Awards for his role in Carl Hancocks Rux’s play Talk. He acted in feature films, televisions series and Broadway and Off-Broadway plays including Ma Ramey’s Black Bottom, Drowning Crow, McRule, A Soldier’s Play and Carl Hancock Rux’s Talk, for which he won Robie Award in 2002. Mackie acted in music albums, and his debut was in Eminem’s film 8 miles. He was a nominee of Independent Spirit Awards for Best Actors for movie brother to brother; his second nomination was for best supporting actor at the independent spirit awards. Mackie later made his appearance on a wider screen; he joined the Marvel cinematic universe and made his appearance in Captain America. He also did roles in sports hits in million dollar baby and also won an Academy Award for his acting and after five years won the same award for the movie The Hurt Locker in 2009. Mackie also worked in a biopic of Olympian Jesse Owens, Antebellum slave revolt leader Ivan Turer his fit appearance made him the best choice for these roles, and he also did a biopic of jazz musician Buddy Bolden. Mackie as done several biopic of athletes such as Marcus Dupree, which was a documentary for ESPNSO for 30 series about the Philadelphia, Mackie started in the three plays by play Wright August Wilson at John K Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC. Mackie has also participated in several times in the 24 hours plays held in New York City Mackie and his longtime girlfriend Selena Capital married December 2014. They have three children together. Mackie’s career was a long solitary walk of a man which was full of courage of being alone and determination to get what he wanted. Life is always not about colors sometimes it is also about darkness which has to be lightened.

Anthony Mackie English Actor