Birthday: 30-11-1965
Age: 53
Star sign: Sagittarius


Andrew Tiernan is a British actor. His birth was on 30th November 1965 in Ladywood, Birmingham. He started his acting career joining Birmingham Youth Theatre. In 1984, he came to London for pursuing a three-year diploma at Drama Centre London in acting. He has performed at Donmar Warehouse in Joe Penhall’s ‘The Bullet’ and Sam Shepard’s ‘A Lie of the Mind’. He was collaborated with the director Wilson Milam for a long period; the Tony-nominated, a director. He came back to theaters in the year 2008 with Dorota Maslowska’s play ‘A Couple of Poor’ at the Soho Theatre. Tiernan started his career in films with the 1991 release Edward II. Later, he acted in Lynda La Plante’s award winning ‘Prima Suspect’. Tiernan has worked with Antonia Bird in numerous projects likely Face, Rehab, Spooks and Safe; Safe won the Best Solo drama at Bafta. He also acted in Zack Snyder’s ‘300’; he played the role of Ephialtes of Franchis. For his role, it used to take 10 hours daily to complete the prosthetics dress. Tiernan has also acted in many TV series. He started with ‘Nice Work’ in 1989. Later Tiernan appeared in series like ‘Caracker’, ‘Hornblower’, ‘Life on Mars’ and many more. He made his directorial debut with the film ‘Dragonfly’ in 2012.

Andrew Friedman English Actor

Andrew Friedman

Andrew Friedman holds the position of the President of Baseball Operations of the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. Andrew Friedman was born on 13th November 1976 in Houston, Texas. He did his schooling at Episcopal High School. He got admission on a scholarship of baseball at Tulane University; he did BS in management and also specialized in finance from Freeman School of Business. Andrew worked as an analyst at Bear Stearns from the year 1999 to 2002. In 2002, he joined a private equity firm, MidMark Capital as an associate. Friedman met Stuart Sternberg in 2003 and started working at Tampa Bay Rays. He was the Director of Baseball Development; further, he earned the post of Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and later he was appointed as the General Manager in 2005. He replaced Chuck LaMar, who lost the 8th consecutive season in his tenure as General Manager. In Friedman’s tenure, the Rays qualified for the first time in the World Series. Under Friedman’s tenure, Rays made their way to playoffs in the years 2010, 2011 and 2013. ‘Sporting News’ named him as Baseball Executive of the year. In 2014, Friedman left Rays and joined Los Angeles Dodgers as the President of Baseball Operations. He was the highest paid executive in the front office of baseball with the contract of $35 million for five years. He took Farhan Zaidi, and then Oakland Athletics executive, for the post of General Manager of Dodgers and also Josh Byrnes, former GM of Padres, as Vice President of Baseball Operations. Friedman, Byrnes and Zaidi along with Ned Colletti and Stan Kasten became the strong team of the front office of Dodgers. This team replaced shortstop Hanley Ramirez, second baseman Dee Gordon, pitchers Dan Haren and Brian Wilson and outfielder Matt Kemp with pitchers Mike Bolsinger and Brett Anderson, catcher Yasmani Grandal and infielders Howie Kendrick and Jimmy Rollins. Under Friedman, Dodgers went on to their third consecutive division title, the first year of Friedman, in National League West in 2015.


Andy Garcia

Andy Garcia is a Cuban-American director and actor. Andres Arturo Garcia Menendez was born on 12th April 1956 in Havana, Cuba. His father, Rene Garcia Nunez, was an attorney and avocado farmer and his mother, Amelie Menendez, was a teacher. His father started a fragrance business later in the US. Andy is youngest in the three children; other two are a sister, Tessi and a brother, Rene. Their family moved to Miami, Florida when Andy was 5. He did his schooling from Miami Beach Senior High School. He played basketball on the school team. During his last year in school, he was affected by mononucleosis; which turned him to start his career in acting. He learned to act under the guidance of Jay W. Jensen in his school. He completed his graduation at Florida International University. Andy married Marivi Lorido in 1982. The couple has four children three daughters and a son namely Dominik Garcia-Lorido, an actress, Daniella, Alessandra and Andres. Andy started his acting career doing small roles in the TV series. His first acting appearance was in the TV series ‘Hill Street Blues’ (1984). He got his first big role in Brian De Palma’s ‘The Untouchables’ in 1987. In 1989, Andy played the role of Vincent Mancini in ‘Godfather- III’; he was nominated for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the movie. Later he appeared in movies like ‘Internal Affairs’, ‘Hero’ (1992), ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ (1994), ‘Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead’ (1995) and many more. Andy played the role of reckless Las Vegas casino owner, Terry Benedict in Ocean’s Eleven in 2001 and also in its sequels ‘Oceans Twelve’ (2004) and ‘Oceans Thirteen’ (2007). He co-wrote, directed and acted in the 2005 movie ‘The Lost City’; he shared the screen with Bill Murray and Dustin Hoffman in the film.

Andy Garcia English Actor