“Do you fear death?” one of Bill Nighy’s script in “Pirates of Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” as Davy Jones where he received MTV Award for Best Villain. A man that transformed in to a monster as he forgets his humanity. Born as William Francis "Bill" Nighy on December 12th 1949 in England – United Kingdom. He was raised as a Catholic and with two siblings Martin and his sister Anna. He attended John Fisher School and worked at Croydon Advertiser as a messenger. He studied acting skills at Guildford School. He was married to Diana Quick and has one child named Mary.

Bill was considered to be one of the unique actors in Hollywood. He always picks enormous and unique characters. He first appeared in the 1981 film “Eye of the Needle” then followed in the 1983 film “Curse of the Pink Panther” and played ENT Doctor as his character. This continuously bloomed in the movie “The Little Drummer Girl” and the 1985 movie as Helmut Hoffman “Hitler’s SS: Portrait in Evil.” He also played as Martin Barton in the 1989 film “The Phantom of the Opera: The Motion Picture.” He made successful movies until he starred in the 2003 movie hit “Love Actually” where he won numerous awards for Best Supporting Actor from DAFTA, Los Angeles Film Critics, Evening Standard Awards and  Best Ensemble from Washington D.D. Film Critics. He appeared as the fiercely and the bug bear Viktor in the movie “Underworld.” He made a stunning act in as Davy Jones in the movies “Dead Man’s Chest” and the film-finale “At World’s End” having the greatest clash of armadas in the ocean. He made the second installment of “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans.” 

He appeared as Sir Alexander in the 2009 movie “Glorious 39.” He made a great depiction of General Friedrich Olbricht as one of the leader of resistance in the 2008 historic-biographical-movie “ Valkyrie Click to look into! >> Read More... .” He appeared as Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour in the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.” Made a tremendous and outstanding brave speech in the beginning of the movie. He appeared as the “god of blacksmith” – Hephaestus in the 2012 movie “Wrath of the Titans.” He starred also in the all-time remake of the blockbuster hit “ Total Recall Click to look into! >> Read More... ” in 2012. Made voice talents for the movie “Jack the Giant Slayer.” He appeared as one of the fallen angel named Naberius as the head of the demons in the movie “I, Frankenstein” in 2014 with Aaron Eckhart Aaron Eckhart is a Hollywood and stage actor. Born >> Read More... . Made another movie release the “ Pride Click to look into! >> Read More... .” He had to movies in 2015 as Douglas Ainslie in “ The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Click to look into! >> Read More... ” and Sergeant Wilson in the movie “Dad’s Army.” He won in 2001 for Best Supporting Actor in the movie Lawless Heart and AKA in 2002. Got the Best Actor Award from British Academy for the movie “State of Play” and won Best Actor from Golden Globe and Satellite Award in mini-series “Gideon’s Daughter.” He won Annie Award for “ Arthur Christmas Click to look into! >> Read More... .”

Nicolas Cage English Actor

Nicolas Cage

“You know I can eat peaches for hours…” This is one of his famous lines from his iconic role in the movie “Face/Off.” He is a legendary actor from Hollywood and most known for his mind-blogging acts in the portrayal of any character. He is known as one of the most fertile actors and commonly known for his fascinations with haunted places.Born California – U.S. as Nicolas Kim Coppola on January 7th 1964. He is the son of a literature professor and mother a dance choreographer. He had 2 siblings named Marc and Christopher.  He is now married with Alice Kim in 2004 with 2 children. He studied at Beverly Hills High School and UCLA School of Theater.He made his debut film “Best of Times” in 1981 and followed in 1982 for the movie “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.” He made 2 additional movies in 1983 entitled “Valley Girl” and “Rumble Fish.” He gave additional performance in his 3 movies in 1984 naming “Racing with the Moon”, the crime-drama movie “The Cotton Club”, and drama film “Birdy.” He starred as a mentally ill-man bitten by vampire in 1989 movie “Vampire’s Kiss.” Culminated a character with crazy behavior and temper problems in 1993 movie “Deadfall.” Who will ever forget his opening credits for the movie “Face/Off?” As a terrorist he disguised as a priest, so moved with a church song making head spin, with deranged swag moves and at the end making dirty moves with one choir member. Him and John Travolta was so commended in this movie that they both played characters turning from bad to good and vice versa. They became famous in Trisha Yearwood’s song hit “How Do I Live” as their soundtrack in “Con Air.” Starring John Cusack and John Malkovich. He played the role of a Veteran Ranger, court martialed and convicted for defending his self and pregnant girlfriend to the bullies. As over ruled by the court, he’s considered to be deadly as a highly trained officer and US personnel. The story evolved hanging out with the deranged, mentally ill, naughty and crazy hijackers. He also played the role of an outstanding non-field FBI agent in the movie “The Rock” with Sean Connery. Starred in the film “The bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” as a bad addicted cop. He made franchise movie entitled “National Treasure: The Templar’s Treasure” and “Book of Secrets.” He made a great depiction of a medieval sorcerer in the movie “Sorcerer’s Apprentice” in 2010. He fought the veil in his horror-thriller-action film “Season of the Witch” in 2011. This was then followed rising from hell to save his only grandchild from the cult being sacrificed and as offer to devil in the movie “Drive Angry.” He is the man behind the dare-devil motorcyclist and alter-ego “Ghost Rider” in 2007 and 2012. He made a critically acclaimed movie “Joe” in 2013, voice talent for the animated film “The Croods”, 2013 movie “Frozen Ground’, American thriller movie “The Dying of the Light” and 2014 movie “Outcast.” He made also the crime thriller “Rage” and movies in 2015 “The Runner” and as Mike Cole in the movie “Pay the Ghost.” He received Best Actor Award from Academy and Golden Globe in 1995 for the movie “Leaving Las Vegas” and numerous nominations throughout his film career.

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Seann William Scott

“Stifmeister” or “Stifler” often remembered as a cocky character in the franchise movie “American Pie.” He gained popularity not for his character but also for the big contribution of his mom in the movie. Born as Seann William Scott on October 3rd 1976 from Minnesota - U.S. He was a well-known actor-comedienne and film producer. He worked in a local movie theater and was inspired for the movies he watched.His first debut film was a 1997 film called “Born to Exile.” This was right away followed by his iconic role in the 1999 movie “American Pie.” He appeared in the thriller-suspense movie “Final Destination” in 2000 as Billy. He made another hit in the movie “Road Trip.” He was nominated for Choice Chemistry for Teen Choice Award in “Dude, Where’s My Car” with Ashton Kutcher. Made 3 movies in 2001  entitled “Evolution”, gave another remarkable comedic act in “American Pie2” received MTV Award for Best Kiss and Teen Choice Award. He came with a real life character working in a film theater for the movie “Bulletproff Monk” with Chow Yun-Fat. He also played the role Peppers for the movie “Old School” and “American Wedding” where he received the MTV Award for Best Dance Sequence.He bleeds badly in his adventurous-action film with Dwayne Johnson in the 2003 movie “The Rundown” with Rosario Dawson. He worked as Bo Duke in the 2005 movie “The Dukes of Hazzard” and voice talent for the animated movie film “Ice Age: The Meltdown.” Made 3 films in 2007 naming “Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot”, a sport-comedic movie “Mr. Woodcock”, and as Doug Stauber in the movie “The Promotion.” In 2008 made another comedy movie called “Role Models.” He co-produced the 2012 movie “American Reunion” and played the role Brian in “Movie 43.” In 2015 he premiered a movie called “Just Before I Go” and 2016 movies known as “Goon: Last of the Enforcers” and sequel “Ice Age 5” as voice of Crash. He also appeared in the music video of Aerosmith in “Hole in My Soul.”

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Seann William Scott English Actor