This guy was always summoned and well paid by producers to be tortured in his movies. He did it all! Aside from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Harrison Ford, he is the next in line to do scenes between explosions. Born as Walter Bruce Willis on March 19th 1955 from Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany. He first attended Penns Grove High and became famous in his school joining drama club and student council. He first worked as a security guard at Salem Nuclear Power Plant and DuPont Factory.

He made his first debut in 1985’s “ Moonlighting” as David Addison Jr. A combined drama, comedy and romance gave him his first break. He made an all time and long running break in his “Die Hard Series.” This is a modern day depiction of John Wayne. He modified this actor into a total-modern-day-trigger happy vigilante cop as John McClane. He also appeared as the master of tricks in the “Hudson Hawk” in 1991. He made another great success in portraying Butch Coolidge in the 1994 film “Pulp Fiction.” He appeared as a convicted deranged criminal of the future that time travelled to find out what he really did to end up so miserable in the 1995 hit movie “12 Monkeys.” He made an entertaining role as special agent become a taxi driver and fell in love with a girl in the movie “The Fifth Element” in 1997 alongside Chris Tucker. Another all-time-blockbuster movie hit for his outstanding performance in the movie “Armageddont” in 1998. As a businessman and oil driller Harry Stamper, he made us cry in ultimately sacrificing his self to dissect a ranging-super-velocity asteroid that will hit earth. This movie made Aerosmith’s “I don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” one of the long-time running single in music charts.

He came out of his comfort action zone when he filmed the movie “The Sixth Sense” in 199. As Dr. Malcolm Crowe, an M. Night Shyamalan’s specialty, he tried to help a boy that can see ghost while battling his personal struggle with his wife. As David Dunn in the movie “Unbreakable” in 2000, a depicted a security guard that believes in his ideas that he cannot be hurt and an ordinary man can become a hero. As John Hartigan in the movie “Sin City” in 2005, he tried to protect Jessica Alba from a deranged disfigured face killer. He also made a great drama and trigger happy gun fight in the movie “Hostage” in the same year. As the chief of police in a local town, Willis tried to save a family trapped inside a modern mansion after 3 low-edge hostage takers took over the house. Willis unknowingly, mobsters have a very important “CD” that must be retrieved inside the house in exchange of his family.

Throughout the years, Willis made an important role in Hollywood. Making his countless blockbuster brakes, including portraying the character Older Joe in the 2012 movie “ Looper”, as General Jospeh Colton in the 2013 movie “G.I. Joe Retaliation”, the series of the movie “ Red” and “Red 2”, the installment of “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”, and as Julian Michaels in the 2015 movie “ Vice.”

Jean Claude Van Damme English Actor

Jean Claude Van Damme

“The Muscles from Brussels” as a well-known nick name. A 2nd Degree black belter and one of the considered action legends in Hollywood history. With a total of 44 wins in his early years and 18 knock-outs in his kickboxing career. So flexible, not just in acting, also in with his two strong legs. He made has own statement of defining a true action star. a He’s well-known using his legs in womanizing, doing perfect action stunts and even using it as his finishing moves. Born as Jean-Claude Camille François Van Varenberg on October 18th 1960 from Burssels, Belgium.He made his first debut film in the 1979 movie “Woman Between Wolf and Dog.” He made additional movies but he made his first almost Best Actor performance for the 1988 bio-movie “Blood Sport” as Frank Dux. Though the movie “Karate Kid” was the first to do an iconic martial art finishing moves, this movie did it better. While fighting his opponent sneaked a powder that blinded him but he successfully won the fight. He also made a rival movie for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Terminator.” He made his own movie “Cyborg” in 1989. That year he made another movie called “Kickboxer.” Long before Abraham slashed a tree in Benjamin Walkers’ “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” Van Damme did it first outstandingly. In his movie “Kickboxer,” instead of using weapon he only used his feet to bring down a real tree. The fun fact in this movie, he made a dance scene and made his split move. He made a futuristic movie in 1994 called “Timecop.” He was brought by the government in the future to protect the golden bullions smuggled more than 100 years ago. As part of our pop-culture and childhood, he converted the game console craze in to a movie called “Street Fighter.” He played the character Colonel William F. Guile as the hero of this movie. In 1990, he made a very unique story called “Lionheart.” He  is a paratrooper legionnaire that escaped from his base for refusing him to see his brother in his burial. A vengeful character to avenge his brother.He also made the movie “Hard Target.” In this movie a hunted homeless veteran was encapsulated with a belt and money to bring it into the other side of the city. Mobsters tried to touch his daughter but US Marine Corps Chance Boudreaux saves his daughter. He made also his own stunt no double motorcycling surfing stunt collision with his enemy’s truck while shooting them. This is definitely one of his coolest action stunts ever. He made also a fantastic dual character in the movie “Double Impact” in 1991 as a karate instructor. He made also his special split moves while instructing the ladies in this movie. He made also death-defying stunts and explosions in the movie “Double Team” with Dennis Rodman. Aside from singing, doing his snow thing for the brewed beer in the “Coors Light” advertisement, he made a fantastic start of his comeback in the “Volvo Truck Ads.” At First you’ll see Van Damme stood straight between 2-Volvo trucks running backward locomotion and eventually separates ample amount of distance while he is slowly showing off his split signature move. He made his biggest comeback in showdown fight scene with Sylvester in the movie “The Expendables 2.” He played as the leader of Sangs the opposite mercenaries. He made movie called “Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning” as Luc Deveraux, “Six Bullets” as Samson Gaul and “UFO” all in 2012. He made an adventure and action film “Welcome to the Jungle” as Storm Rotchild, and his 2015 movie “Pound of Flesh.” He will relive his iconic movie and with exclamation “Kickboxer: Vengeance”, and as Wiston Baxter for the movie “The Tower” and finally as Frenchy for the movie “Full Love.”


Heath Ledger

“Why so serious?” This is just one his intimidating scripts in his posthumous performance in the movie “The Dark Knight.” A true legacy that he gave before leaving us. Born as Heath Andrew Ledger on April 4th 1979 in Perth – Western Australia. He is a well-known actor of his generation. He made various portrayals of his character and made it to the fullest and applauded by critics. He first appeared in children’s TV-series called “Ship to Shore” in 1993. He made good successions in the television appearances and made breakthrough role in the 1997 movie “Blackrock.” He appeared as Toby Ackland in this surf-based-movie with other young actors. He also played the role Oberon in the 1997 independent movie “Paws.”  He made additional films in 1999 naming “Two Hands.” A story of a young man who was asked to deliver $10,000 to a woman in a distant location. He arrived according to time but found out that person he’s looking for is not there. Instead he swam into the beach and the money was stolen by kids making him indebted to the mobsters. He made a great depiction of the character Gabriel in the movie “The Patriot” alongside Mel Gibson. As the eldest son of Benjamin (Gibson), Gabriel is a hard-headed/stubborn son of Ben. Gabriel has heard the stories about his father on what he did when his father was young in a fort. Gabriel insisted to become a regular army and joined the war. Ben left nothing to care for his left children (including Logan Lerman as William), unfortunately war came in to their door steps. Ben followed Gabriel and served under his command as patriot warrior. Gabriel died in their confrontation with Col. Tavington who killed also one of Ben’s son (Jason Isaacs); and Benjamin made a promise that before the war end, they will end their battle between them.He gave another great performance in the movie “A Knight’s Tale” in 2001 as squire Willaim Thatcher. In this movie William is an aspiring knight, while they are in competition, he discovered that his master had died and instead; he wore the knight’s armor and won the tournament. He was then questioned since he is not of a good status and not a knight. He was then asked to fight for his glory because in fact he proved already his skills in defeating his previous opponents. He made a fantasy movie called “The Brother’s Grimm.” Alongside Matt Damon, they were 2 brothers who faked killing a witch. They were then asked to solve a mystery in a town and found themselves fighting a 500 year old witch (Monica Bellucci). The critically acclaimed “Brokeback Mountain” in 2005 is one of his priceless work of art. Alongside Jake Gylenhaal, men asked to herd sheep and ending up in lonely mountains. Gylenhaal’s character made the first move to make sexual intercourse. They both have intimate relationship and ending up with love-feud. They bag numerous awards for this movie.This was then followed by his monumental role as “The Joker” in the 2008 installment of “The Dark Knight” with Christian Bale. Joker, the iconic and Batman’s  worst archenemy, Joker made Gotham one hell of rumble and crazy killing spree. This was considered to be his most outstanding award in his acting career. He made his last appearance in the film that was released in 2009 entitled “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” He died on January 22nd 2008 caused by over dosage intake of combinations of sleeping pills and antibiotics.

Heath Ledger English Actor