Andrea Scarduzio is a young actor who has done different roles in various films. He went to Teatro Stabile delle Marche Drama School from 2002 to 2003. From 2005 to 2006, he studied at Lee Strasberg Institute in Drama School at Los Angeles. He was the scholarship winner of this institute. With Anna Strasberg, he did intensive workshop from 2005 to 2006. He was also an observer along with Martin Landau at Actor Studio, Los Angeles from 2006 to 2007. In 2008, he was at Will Wallace acting studio. He has also done workshops at AIA Studios with casting directors from 2010 to 2013.

In 2014, he was with Ruskin Group Theatre in Santa Monica. His first play in the theater was Nothing but a Game in 2002. Paola Galassi was the director of the play. In 2003, he appeared in a play called Nights of Athens. This play too was directed by Paola Galassi. In the same year, he was cast in a play directed by Marinella Anaclerio. The play was called The Bang Dream. In 2005, he did a play directed by Cathy Leslie which was titled True West. In 2006, he appeared in Closer, a play directed by Anne De Salvo. In the same year, he did a theater role in a play called Death of the Salesman. It was directed by Levin Larkin.

In 2005, he did a short film called First Rain. He played the role of a lost Italian. This 15-minute short drama movie was directed by Michael Dwyer. In the same year, he did another short film called Syndicate: Zeed. It was written and directed by Angelo Lopes. He portrayed the role of Andrew in Color of the Cross. This drama film released in 2006 was directed by Jean-Claude La Marre. The director himself played the role of Jesus Christ in this movie. Cake: A Wedding Story was a 2007 movie in which Andrea played the role of Achilles.

The movie was directed by Will Wallace. This comedy movie won Bronze Award for Feature Film in 2007 WorldFest Houston. In 2006-2007, he appeared for two episodes in ‘Til Death TV series. He played the role of Mario in this comedy/romance serial. Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher, etc, were the actors in this TV series. He played Andrew in the remake of Color of the Cross. The movie was called Color of the Cross 2: The Resurrection. It was released in 2008. His other works include Christmas in Beverly Hills, Squadra Mobile, Dark Crossing, The Young Messiah, The Follower, etc.

Devin Ratray English Actor

Devin Ratray

Devin D. Ratray is an American on-screen character, artist and lyricist. He was born in New York City to Peter Ratray and Ann Willis, both of whom were actors. He has one brother, Luke Ratray. Devin went to Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in New York City, and he graduated from there in 1994. He is known for playing troublemaker's role and has a voice, which is low-toned and mellow. He has studied with actor Jose Soto and is a good friend to Adam Scarimbolo, who studied with his mother. He also performs with the band, Little Bill, and the Beckleys. He has total assets of $400 thousand. After showing up in a few roles, he increased his fame and drove a lot of attention to his part as Buzz McCallister, the more established sibling in the film, "Home Alone." He repeated the character in "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." The role topped the showcasing of sibling torment. Buzz wasn't the principal (nor the last) of the bully characters Ratray played in the mid-'90s preceding transitioning to more adult passage. He initially showed up in 1986's "Where are the Children?" (1986), and took after a short spell, on "Worth Winning”" (1989), with a part as a schoolyard spook in the horror themed movie "Little Monsters" (1989). In 1993, he handled the part of a babysitter in the movie "Dennis the Menace". After over ten years of consistent work, in 2008 he co-produced and featured in "Courting Condi," a false narrative/love story in which he played himself on a mission to begin to look all starry eyed and a role that saw him falling in love with the previous U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. A vital turn in "Surrogates" (2009), trailed by a cameo in the not very critical "R.I.P.D." (2013) demonstrated that Devin Ratray had made the move from youngster on-screen character to adulthood fine and dandy roles. He went ahead to show up and starred in various other movies like "The Prince and Me", "Slippery Slope", "Serial" and "Elevator". He has additionally shown up in guest parts and has minor appearances on network shows such as "Powerful", "Law & Order", and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit". He has also shown up on the improve drama appear, "Damage Control" on MTV. He has accomplished later popularity in such films as ‘Nebraska’ and ‘Blue Ruin’.

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Christian Mckay

Christian Stuart Mckay was born on 11 November 1973 in the Bury City of United Kingdom. Mckay is the son of Stuart McKay, who is a railway officer, and Lynne McKay, who is a hairdresser by profession. He has one elder brother, Tony Gardner, and a younger sister, Karen Mckay. Stuart is married to Emily Allen, who is an actress by profession. The couple tied the knot in 2013. The actor’s height is 6 feet ½ inches. In his early years, McKay was a pianist. At the age of 21, he performed in the Sergei Rachmaninoffs’ (Russian pianist) Third Piano Concert. He is an alumnus of the Royal College of Music in the South Kensington City of London, United Kingdom.                                                   After this, McKay enrolled into the RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) in London, England and graduated in 2011 with a degree in acting. Mckay started his career in acting from 2004 onwards in the British film cinema. His first major stage performance was in a play called Rosebud: The Lives of Orson Welles. This was a one-man play, in which he played the role of Orson Welles, (he was a famous American director). This play was staged at various venues in the UK, including the King’s Head and also at the Edinburgh Festival.  Stuart’s first movie was the Abraham’s Point in 2008. In this film, he played the role of Robert. His second flick was Me and Orson Welles in 2009. This movie was based on a novel of the same name by Robert Kaplow. He was in the lead role. In this film, he played the role of Orson Welles, who was a famous director-writer and an actor. The movie was a super success and made good money. The media, critics, and viewers applauded Christian for his powerful performance. The movie got a score of 73 out of 100 on the Metacritic.    It was for this movie that he received a nomination in almost all the major award functions which included, BAFTA for the Best Supporting Actor, National Society Critics Film Award for the Best Actor in a Supporting role, and TFCA Award for the Best Supporting Actor. Other than movies, McKay has also worked for two TV shows, Borgia (2011) as Cardinal Sforza, and Jekyll and Hyde (2015) as Maxwell Utterson. McKay is the writer and the co-director of the movie, Provenance. The movie is still in the making process.  

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Christian Mckay English Actor