Alex O’Loughlin is a writer and actor. He was born on August 24, 1976 in Canberra, Australia. The actor is of Australian, Irish and Scottish lineage. His father is a teacher while his mother works as a nurse. When he was a kid, the actor suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Asthma and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which makes his younger years a struggle for him. When he was 14-years old, he started to work in several fields, then in year 1999, he studied for three years at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and took up a Bachelor of Dramatic Art Program in Sydney, Australia. Alex started working in Fringe Theatre and Short Films during his teenage years. He appeared as an extra in a television commercial and played as a marine. When he graduated in NIDA, he started his career in television and film. He appeared in White Collar Blue, Love Bytes Show Synopsis Coming Soon...  >> Read More... Love Bytes and more.

In 2004, he started acting on films through his very first leading role as Jack Flange, a villain who took money from a bank van to pay the hospital bills for his sick sister. In 2005, he appeared as Deputy Eric Fraser in the horror telefilm, Man-Thing. He was starred as Michael Carter, a sadistic webmaster in the Australian thriller film, Feed. In the same year, he was featured as Will in the film, The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant, which is nearly based on Mary Bryant’s life. Alex earned nominations on Australian Film Institute Awards as the Best Lead Actor in Television in 2005 and on Silver Logie Award as the Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series in 2006. He acted in the drama television series, The Shield where he essayed the role of Detective Kevin Hiatt in 2007.

Alex left The Shied after winning the lead role as Mick St. John, an investigator turned vampire in the paranormal romance drama series, Moonlight. However, the show was cancelled and received negative reviews. In 2008, he was starred in the medical drama series, Three Rivers as Dr. Andy Yablonski. In 2009, he made a guest-star appearance in The Big Wheel episode of the police-procedural series, Criminal Minds Serial story coming soon... >> Read More... Criminal Minds as Vincent Rowlings, a serial killer. Later, he acted in the romantic comedy film, The Back-up Plan as Stan opposite Jennifer Lopez Jennifer Lopez aka Jennifer Lynn Lopez is an Ameri >> Read More... Jennifer Lopez in 2010. He was also featured as Steven J. McGarrett, a Lieutenant Commander in the television series, Hawaii Five-O. After this, he was ranked second place in the ‘TV’s 100 Sexiest Men of 2010’ by BuddyTV and took the 9th place in 2011.

He was given a Breakthrough Award For International Success in year 2013. Alex has his first child named Saxon from his past girlfriend. In 2012, his second son, Lion O’Loughlin was born from his girlfriend, Malia Jones, a model and surfer. They got married on April 2014 which was held in Hawaii. He is also the ambassador of the Donate Life America.
Nathan Fillion English Actor

Nathan Fillion

Nathan Fillion is a endowed Canadian actor. He was born on March 27, 1971 at Edmonton, Alberta in Canada. He studied at Holy Trinity Catholic High School and Concordia University College of Alberta. Later, he attended University of Alberta where he joined the Kappa Alpha Society.Nathan started her career in various theatre works, television and film productions. In 1994, he moved to New York City where he performed as Joey Buchanan in the soap opera, One Life to Live. He earned nomination for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series at the Daytime Emmy Award in 1996. In year 1997, the actor left the show to attend to other projects. When he moved to L.A., he has done supporting role in the television sitcom, Two Guys and a Girl. Later, he was cast as Private James Frederick Ryan in the epic war film, Saving Private Ryan. He donned a recurring role in the final season of the television series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Nathan also starred in the television series, Firefly as Malcolm ‘Mal’ Reynolds from which he earned many awards like the Syfy Genre Awards for Best Actor/Television. The show was later cancelled but was adapted in the big screen. Nathan reprised his role in the 2005 film, Serenity. He gave his voice to some animated series like King of the Hill, Jade Empire and Justice League Unlimited. He was starred as Bill Pardy in the horror film, Slither in 2006. He gained the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards for the ‘Dude You Don’t Wanna Mess With’ category. He was also starred as Dr. Jim Pomatter opposite with Keri Russell in the box-office comedy drama film, Waitress in 2007. In the same year, the actor was also featured as Abe Dale in the horror thriller film, white Noise: The Light. He also appeared in the adventure television series, Lost and bagged the role of Kevin, the ex-husband of Kate.In October of 2006, he signed a contract with the Fox Broadcasting Company and was later starred as Alex Tully on Fox Network’s television series, Drive. The series failed to attain high ratings so the network cancelled it on April 2007. He also reprised his role as Joey Buchanan in One Life to Live’s 9,999th and 10,000th episodes. Nathan acted as Dr. Adam Mayfair on Desperate Housewives and he first appeared in the ‘Now You Know’ episode of the series. He lent his voice in Xbox 360’s Halo 3, Halo3: ODST and Halo: Reach.In 2009, he was starred as Richard Edgar Castle, a mysterious novelist in the crime drama series, Castle, where he received nominations for Best Actor – Television Series Drama at the Satellite Award. The show reaches its 7th season last May 8, 2014. He made a cameo appearance in the Season 5 Revolving Doors episode of the comedy series, The Guild. In 2011, Nathan made a guest-star appearance in the sitcom, Husbands where he essayed the role of an anchor. He acted as Dogberry in the romantic comedy film, Much Ado About Nothing in 2012, which is loosely based on the play of the same name by Shakespeare. He also acted in ‘The Daly Superheroes’ episode of The Daly Show.


Simon Baker

Simon Baker is an eminent Australian actor and director. He was born on July 30, 1969 at Launceston, Tasmania in Australia to Elizabeth Labberton and Barry Baker. His parents had a divorce while he is still young. In 1972, his family shifter to Ballina, N.S.W. where his parents hoped to get good paying jobs. He finished his studies at Ballina High School in 1986 as Simon Baker-Denny. Prior to this, he also studied at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School.    He started his acting career on Australian television in the late 1980’s as Simon Denny. Initially, he appeared in Melissa Tkautz’s music video for the song, Read My Lips and Euphoria’s Love you Right before he bagged the role of Sam Farrell in the very successful soap, E Street. He also acted as James Healy in the Australian soap, Home and Away and was later cast as Tom Summers in Heartbreak High. He played as Private Stan Hawke in the intended to become a series television sitcom, Which Way to the War.   In 1995, he appeared in the episode, Blindside Breakway of the Australian series, Naked as a rugby player. Later, he transferred to United States and was cast in the neo-noir detective film, L.A. Confidential in 1997. His portrayal in the film led him to better opportunities in doing supporting roles in the films. In 1998, he was starred in a small film, Love From Ground Zero by Stephen Grynberg. In 1999, he appeared as George Clyde in the civil war film, Ride with the Devil. Later, he bagged the role of Michael Scott in the comedy-drama film, Sunset Strip. Simon essayed the role of Chip Pettengill, an astronaut in the science fiction film, Red Planet along with Val Kilmer. He was starred as Nicholas ‘Nick’ Fallin in the three seasons of the drama series, The Guardian. Later, he donned the role of Rétaux de Villette in the historical drama, The affair of the Necklace. He was also featured as David Walker in the 2004 film, Book of Love. A year later, he played the main lead role as Riley Denbo in the post-apocalyptic film, Land of the Dead. Simon also acted as Brian Kelly in the romantic drama film, Something New opposite Sanaa Lathan. He plays as Christian Thompson, an attractive writer in the comedy drama film, The Devil Wears Prada and bagged the role of Jeff in the television series, Smith. Simon also played as Roderick Blank in the dark comedy film, Sex and Death 101 in 2007. He was starred as Patrick Jane in the police procedural series, The Mentalist on CBS. He received nominations at the Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards for his role as Patrick Jane. He also earned his first SAG Award. He played the role of Howard Hendricks in the 2010 film, The Killer Inside Me; a film adaptation of Jim Thompson’s novel of the same name.    He got married to Rebecca Rigg in 1998 after living in for five years. The couple have three children namely, Stella Breeze, Claude Blue and Harry Friday. He got his Hollywood Walk of Fame in February 2013. Simon was chosen to be the face of Givenchy’s ‘Gentleman Only’ fragrance.

Simon Baker English Actor