Birthday: 17-10-1992
Age: 26
Star sign: Scorpio


Barry Keoghan is an Irish movie actor who was born on the 17th of October, 1992, in Dublin, Ireland. Barry and his brother were raised in Summerhill, Dublin. The spent seven years in 13 different foster care homes. His Mother was a heroin addict who died of an overdose when he was still a young kid. Later on, after he turned 12 years, Barry started living with his maternal grandmother. He has two siblings Eric Keoghan and Lyra Rae Keoghan.

Barry has not revealed any information about his parents except for the death of his Mother. As a child, Barry would appear in school plays. In 2011 he made his film debut in the movie 'stand up' as stand up the bully.

He, later on, answered an advertisement for 'Between the Canals' where he played a minor role as Aido in the movie, which also got released in 2011. In 2013 Barry played the role of an infamous cat killer by the name of Wayne, in the movie 'Love/Hate.’ This role earned him recognition in Ireland; he went on to feature in a film titled '71' in the year 2014. In 2016 Keoghan played roles in the movies 'Mammal' and 'Trespass Against Us.’ 2017 was a marvellous year for Barry Keoghan who played the role of George Mills in the hit movie 'Dunkirk,’ he also went on to star as Martin Lang in the film 'Killing Of A Sacred Deer.’ He's Martin Lang role landed him an Irish Film and Television Award for best-supporting Actor.

Other films Barry has featured in include Traders, The break, candy fest, etc. In 2019 Keoghan was nominated for BAFTA Rising Star Awards.

He features in the 'Chernobyl' series and is going to star in 'y' which is going to start in 2020.

Timothee Chalamet English Actor

Timothee Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet is an actor of American descent who was born on the 27th of December,1995 in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan. He was born to Mother, Nicole Flender, a real estate agent and former Broadway dancer and father, Marc Chalamet, a UNICEF editor. He has an older sister named Pauline, who is a French actor and lives in Paris. Timothée is half-French from his father's side and half-American Jewish from his Mother's side. While Chalamet was in high school, he got accepted into Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, which spurred his interest in acting at a young age. After he graduated from the school in 2013, Timotée got enrolled at Columbia University, a year later he transferred to NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Chalamet began his acting career at a tender age, acting in several commercials. In 2008 he played in two short horror movies namely 'Sweet Tooth' and 'Clown.' In 2009 Timothée made his television debut playing a role of Eric Foley, a murder victim on one of the episodes of 'Law & order’ followed by a minor role in the made-for-television film 'Loving Leah.’ He, later on, made his stage debut in 2011, playing 12 years old sexually curious boy Nicholas in the Off-Broadway play 'The Talls.’ In 2012 Timothée landed two recurring roles; playing Finn Walden in the spy-thriller series 'Homeland' and Luke in the drama series 'Royal Pains.’ For the first one, he and the cast shared a nomination for a 'Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.' Timothée Chalamet went on to make his feature film debut with a small role in the Jason Reitman-directed drama film 'Men, Women & Children', which was a terrible commercial failure. The same year he played a younger of version of Sam, the co-lead in the comedy film 'Worst Friends ' this gave him some positive reviews although the movie had limited theatrical release, However his most successful role that year was portraying younger Tom Cooper, the son of the lead character in Christopher Nolan's blockbuster sci-fi movie 'Interstellar'. The movie was a huge success. In between 2015 to 2016, Timothée played roles in various movies such as 'One & Two’ 'Prodigal Son' and 'Miss Stevens.’ His breakthrough role came in 2017 when he played Elio Perlman, a teenage Italian boy who falls in love with his father's assistant Oliver, in the movie 'Call Me by Your Name.’ The role landed him 'Best Actor' nominations in many prestigious awards include the 'Golden Globe' and 'Oscars.’ Another Version of this Bio... Timothée Chalamet is an American actor born on 27th December 1995. Active since 2008, the USA based actor is known for his roles in movies like Interstellar, Men Women and Children and Christmas with the Coopers.He has starred in Law & Order (which is a television series) and Royal Pains, and in Loving Leah( a television film). Currently studying in NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study, he will be seen in the Call Me by Your Name which is a romantic comedy in 2017. The young actor was born and brought up in Hell’s kitchen Manhattan. His parents are Nicole Flender and Marc Chalamet. His mother is also an actress known for her work in the Heat of Passion (1992). Director Rodman Flender is his uncle and his maternal grandfather Harold Flender was screenwriter. His father is from France and his mother who is half Russian Jewish and half Austrian Jewish descent is from America. He was a student of Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, New York City. In 2008 he was seen in Sweet Tooth and Clown which were short films. In 2009 he was seen on television series Law and Orders as Eric Foley in the episode Pledge. He was also seen in television film Loving Leah as young Jake Lever. In 2012 he was seen in Royal Pain as Luke (4 episodes) and in Homeland as Finn Walden (8 episodes). In 2013 he was een in television film Trooper. He has done 12 films so far and two of his other films are in post productions which are Hostiles and Lady Bird. He has also done theatre. His two plays were the Tall (2001) and the Prodigal son (2016) which were performed in McGinn/Cazale Theatre and Manhattan theatre club respectively. He has won the Lucille Lortel Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play for his role as Jim Rogan in the Prodigal son. He was also nominated in Screen actors Guild Award in the category of outstanding performance by an ensemble in a Drama Series for his work in Homeland. In 2013 it was reported by Us Weekly that Madonna's 16-year-old daughter Lourdes Leon was dating Chalamet who was her high school senior. Page Six was the first source which published about Lourdes and Chalamet who were classmates at the much famous La Guardia High School of Performing Arts, are romantically attached. His net worth is 200$ thousand dollars approx. He is also active on social media, on Twitter he currently has 5166 followers and on Instagram he has 17.4k followers.  


Sean Harris

Sean Harris is an English actor, who is most recognized for portraying Solomon Lane in the Mission Impossible series’ latest parts “M.I.: Rogue Nation” (2015) and “M.I.: Fallout” (2018), starring Tom Cruise. He was born on 7th January 1966 on the outskirts of Woodbridge, Suffolk and raised in Lowestoft, Suffolk, where he attended the Ormiston Denes Academy (formerly Denes High School). In 1989, he moved to London and graduated with a degree in acting from the Drama Centre London. He started his career by acting in stage plays as a part of the Citizens’ Theatre in Glasgow and later went on to work at the Nottingham Playhouse and the Haymarket Theatre, Leicester. His debut on television was with the supporting role of Dean in an episode of ITV’s “Minder” (1979). Harris made cameo appearances on several TV shows before landing the lead role of serial killer Ian Brady in ITV’s two-part TV film “See No Evil: The Moors Murders” (2006), a negative character which was well received by the viewers. He later appeared as Detective Superintendent Bob Craven in Channel 4’s “Red Riding” (2009) television film trilogy and as Micheletto Corella in Bravo! TV’s “The Borgias” (2010). In 2013, Harris won over the audience with his performance in Channel 4’s miniseries “Southcliffe,” in which he played the protagonist Stephen Morton and won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor. In the film industry, Sean came into focus for his work as Thomas the Disciple in the biblical drama “Jesus” (1999). His first lead act was as Ian Curtis, the Joy Division singer, in “24 Hour Party People” (2002). He played Steven in “True Love (Once Removed)” (2002), which was declared the best short film at both the Houston and the Palm Springs Film Festivals. He was the lead actor in the Scottish short film “Native Son” (2010), which was premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and also appeared as the geologist Fifield in the Hollywood sci-fi blockbuster “Prometheus” (2012). Harris was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor at the British Independent Film Awards for three years in a row for his contributions in “ ’71” (2014), “Macbeth” (2015) and “Trespass Against Us” (2016). His latest portrayal was that of Philip, a psychopathic children’s puppeteer in Matthew Holness’s critically acclaimed “Possum” (2018). Sean has tried his hand at writing as well with two screenplays “White” and “Imager”, both of which he co-wrote with Montserrat Lombard. His upcoming movie “The King” is a historical movie set in the 15th century and is scheduled to release later this year.

Sean Harris English Actor