Birthday: 18-12-1963
Age: 55
Star sign: Capricorn

He’s one of the most accomplished actors of our time. He’s included in the “Most Powerful Hollywood Celebrity”, “Sexiest Men Alive” of People Magazine, and Forbes’ “Most Selling Faces.”

He was born on December 18, 1963 as William Bradley Pitt in Oklahoma – U.S. He’s an actor, producer and philanthropist. He first married Jennifer Aniston in 2000 and got divorced in 2005. He married Angelina Jolie in 2014. He had 6 children including their adopted ones. Her father owns a trucking company and her mother works for a school as a counselor. He studied and joined Kickapoo High School and joined Forensics’ Club. He took Journalism from University of Missouri in 1982 and decided to pursue his career and moved to Los Angeles 2 weeks before graduation.

He made his debut by launching 4 movies in a year naming “Hunk”, a film with Kevin Costner “No Way Out”, crime-oriented film “No Man’s Land” and “Less Than Zero” all in 1987. He made a film in 1988 entitled “The Dark Side of the Sun.” He made additional 2 films in 1989 entitled “ Happy Together” and with Jill Schoelen and Donovan Leitch in “Cutting Class.” He made another 3 movies in 1991 naming “Across the Tracks”, his acclaimed “Thelma & Louise”, and Tom DiCillo’s “Johnny Suede.” He made another 3 movies in 1992 with titles “Contact”, live-film “Cool World” and semi-autobiographical film “A River Runs Through It.” Various films were released and made him so famous including star-studded “Interview with the Vampire” as Louis. He made also “Legends of the Fall”, blockbuster hit “Seven” and made him won Most Desirable Male from MTV Movie Awards, acclaimed “The Devil’s Own”, his intriguing “Seven Years in Tibet” that he was banned for life in that place, and his stunning “Meet Joe Black.” He also co-starred in the movie “Being John Malkovich.” He played roles for the movies like “Snatch”, “The Mexican”, “Spy Game”, “Ocean’s Eleven”, “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”, “Sinbad”, his award winning and iconic “Troy” and the installment of “Ocean’s Twelve.” He shuttered Hollywood when he acted in the movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” in 2008. He also made a great-character portrayal in “Inglorious Basterds” where he won Best Ensemble and Best Cast from Critics Award, “ Megamind”, “ The Tree of Life” where he won Best Supporting Actor, “ Moneyball” where he won Best Actor and “Happy Feet 2.” He also appeared in the movie “ Killing Them Softly”, his horror movie “ World War Z” and his co-produced movie “12 years a Slave” where they got Best Picture and Best Film from BAFTA and Academy Awards. He worked for the movie “ The Counselor” and his acclaimed “ Fury” in 2014. His upcoming movies are “ By The Sea” and “ The Big Short.” He will be the narrator of “ Voyage of Time” that will be released in 2016. He won Best Actor for the “The Assassination of Jesse James...” in 2007. He won Best Supporting Actor from Golden Globe for “12 Monkeys.” He won title “Best Fight” for the movie “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” Various nominations and awards for the rest of his movies. he designed his proposal ring for Aniston but it leaked and he filed charges. He made a lot of charity and donation and claimed to be an “Atheist.” He booked a flight in Branson’s Virgin Galactic Shuttle

Robbie Coltrane English Actor

Robbie Coltrane

He was the most well-known and finest game keeper for Hogwarts, “Rubeus Hagrid”. Behind that character is an honorable Robert Coltrane.He was born as Anthony Robert McMillan OBE in Rutherglen, Scotland on March 30, 1950. A son to pianist-teacher and a police forensic investigator. He attended  Glen Almond College. The he went to study to Glasgow School and finished his studies at Moray House College of Education. He was almost kicked-off from the school for being so naughty and for doing a serious prank. He married Rhona Gemmell on 1999.He first appearedin the film “Flash Gordon” and “Death Watch” both in 1980. This was followed with numerous films like a comedy film “Britannia Hospital” in 1982. He also filmed to movies on 1983 entitled “Krull” and the independent  film “Ghost Dance” both in 1983. He also appeared in “National Lampoon’s European Vacation” as the man in the bathroom, the comedy film “The Supergrass”, and the thriller “Defence of the Realm” all in 1985. He filmed overwhelming movies, in 1992, he was nominated for the Best Performance in A Supporting Role for the movie “Oh, What a Night.” He was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor in “harry Potter and Philosopher’s Stone.” These was followed in 2002 for being nominated Best Ensemble for “Chamber of Secrets.” His voice was used also for Mr. Hyde in “Van Helsing in 2004. It is considered that his best acting career was pumped by Harry Potter Series. He also worked for the movie “Brave” and “Great Expectations” both released in 2012. His last movie was in 2014 entitled “Effie.” He receive the OBE or the “Officer” for the “Order of the British Empire” in 2006.

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Robert De Niro

A legendary actor and one of the most influential actors in Hollywood having his shares with Hotels and Business around the globe. His name is Robert De Niro. Born on August 17, 1943 in New York – U.S. to artists Virgina Admiral and Robert De Niro Sr. He attended PS 41 in New York, and attended high school at Elisabeth Irwin High. He also attended  High School of Music and Art and McBurney School. He studied dramatics at Stella Adler Conservatory and Lee Strasberg’s. He married Diahnne Abbott on 1976 and got divorced on 1988. He later married Grace Hightower on 1997 and had 6 children. He first appeared with a role in “Three Rooms in Manhattan” in 1965. He also made films with “Les Jeunes Loups”, “Greetings”, “Sam’s Song”, “The Wedding Party”, “Bloody Mama”, “Hi! Mom”, “Jennifer On My Mind”, “Born To Win”, “The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight”, “Bang the Drum Slowly” where he won Best Supporting actor from New York Film Critics, “Mean Streets” and “The Godfather II” where he won Best Supporting Actor.  He also acted in different roles for “The Taxi Driver” where he won Best Actor and “1900” both in 1976. He made numerous and acclaimed films that made him famous and giant in film industry. He acted the role “The Creature” with Kenneth Brannagh in “Mary Shelley's Frankenstein” in 1994. He made various appearances in “Great Expectations” in 1998, “Men of Honor” with Cuba Gooding Jr. The sequel “Meet The Parents”, “Meet The Fockers” and “Little Fockers.” He also made his blockbuster “The Score”, “Showtime”, “Las Vegas”, “Killing Season”, “American Hustle”, the comedy “The Big Wedding” and more. He does have upcoming movie like “Dirty Grandpa”, “Hands of Stone”, “The Bag man”, “The Grudge Match”, “Joy” and “The Intern.” He won Best Actor for his movie “Raging Bull” and won Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2010. He won Best International Supporting Actor in 2012 for the “Silver Linings Playbook.” He also won Outstanding Artistic Contribution for The Good Shepherd in 2007. He won Best Supporting Actor for the movie “Awakening” in 1990. De Niro invested most of his income in hotels and other businesses with Martin Scorcesse and he supported many times the Global Human Rights. He is also a political endorser and known to be out-spoken for his support with Al Gore and John Kerry. He also supported Obama  in 2008 at Izod Center rally.

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