Life always gives you an alternative. When you can't fit in something, you will be provided with another option. There is always scope for your growth. Callan McAuliffe is a perfect example for such kind. Callan Ryan Claude McAuliffe, famously known to the film industry as Callan McAuliffe, was born on 24 January, 1995, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. His parents were Claudia Keech and Roger McAuliffe. At a very tender age, he had an injury, and had to leave his dream career to be an athlete. He attended The Scots College. He has a natural interest towards music. His winning in the London Trinity Musical Theater Exams is an existing mandate that states he can do well in music. Not just in music, later, he focussed more on performing arts.

Callan McAuliffe stepped into the acting career at the age of eight. He appeared in a TV comedy series, Blue Water. Soon, he also took a role in Bevan Lee-directed TV series, Packed to the Rafters, starring Erik Thompson and Jessica Marais. In 2009, he appeared in the short film, Franswa Sharl. It is an international award winning movie, which won The Berlin Crystal Bear at the 2010 Berlinale Festival, and also nine other awards. After his role in ‘Resistance’, Callan McAuliffe played the role of Bryce in the 2010 movie, ‘Flipped’. It came under the direction of Rob Reiner, and it is a book adaption of Wendelin Van Draanen. Callan worked along with Rebecca De and Madeleine Carroll. Stefanie Scott, who appeared in a supporting role, won the Young Artist Award.

In a very different genre, Callan McAuliffe played the role of Sam Goode in the 2011 release, I Am Number Four. It is a science-fiction and adventurous movie based on the book written by Pittacus Lore. I Am Number Four came from the hands of DJ Caruso. starring Alex Pettyfer, who won the Teen Choice Award, and Dianna Agron, among others. Though it got a good commercial response, critically, it was not much acclaimed.

Callan McAuliffe appeared in a TV mini-series called Clod Street, but didn't get much attention. The Great Gatsby Click to look into! >> Read More... The Great Gatsby is yet another movie which got a great response for his role. He got the Young Artist Award for the Best Supporting Role in 2014. In the television experimental film, Underground: The Julian Assange Story, Callan McAuliffe took the role of a friend in Julian Assange’s team.

Callan McAuliffe has a very kind heart too. He is the national ambassador for UNICEF, Australia. For his success outside the country, he got the Duke Of Edinburgh Award for outward survival.

Burr Steers English Actor

Burr Steers

Some people set an example, excelling in fields which are entirely different from their parents. Though they don't have any background, they make a mark on that particular area of interest. Burr Steers is one among those who came to the film industry by himself and created glitters, though his parents and grandparents are well-known figures in politics. Actor, director and screenwriter, Burr Gore Steers, famously known to the movie industry as Burr Steers, was born on 8 October, 1965, in Washington D.C, USA. His parents were Newton Ivan Steers, Jr, and Nina Gore Auchincloss. Aaron Burr, one of the Vice Presidents of USA, is his grandfather. Burr Steers has two brothers, Ivan Steers and Hugh Auchincloss Steers, and five step-siblings. He could not complete a perfect schooling. Hotchkiss School and Culver Military Academy expelled him due to some reasons. Then he managed to get the General Education Certificate from New York University. Then, he tried his way in acting. Burr Steers aimed to get into the film industry in as many ways as possible. He played some minor roles like Roger in Pulp Fiction, The Last Days of Disco, etc. He also voiced a character in Reservoir Dogs. Then, he came out as a writer and director. By 2002, he had the confidence of making a film and worked on it. His self-written and directed movie, Igby Goes Down, hit the theaters in September 2002. The plotline runs around Igby Slocumb, a misanthrope by nature, who leaves the family because of uncertainties in his relationships. How he grew up makes the climax. With his very first movie, he garnered major accolades in the film industry and with the people. This flick starred Kieran Culkin, Bill Pullman, and Claire Dawns, among others. Igby Goes Down got many nominations and won some prestigious awards like Sierra Award and Critic's Choice Award in Best Actor Category. Burr Steers is a part of the crew for How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days, ‘Weeds’, The New Normal, etc. Then, he directed the movie, 17 Again, and Julius Caesar. With the 2016 cinema, Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, he became the best-known director in Hollywood. It was a horror treat at the beginning of the year. It is a book adaption of a novel by Jane Austen and Grahame Smith. It is all about the situations faced by five sisters to get married. Lily James, James Huston, and Lena Headey starred in the movie, and it was a hit at the box office. Burr Steers has made various movies which impress a whole lot of people.

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Christopher Denham

Christopher Denham was born in the year 1985 in Alsip located in Illinois, United States. He is an actor, writer, producer and film director by profession. He is best known work as a director was the movie “Home Movie,” released in the year 2008. As an actor his best was the movie named “Argo,” released in the year 2012. He was born and brought up in Chicago. He completed his education from the University of Illinois located in Champaign-Urbana. He started his acting career as a theater artist and remained in it for a long period of time. Being in theatre he was trained by famous artists like Henson Keys and Daniel Sullivan. He says that he has worked with great teachers and in amazing theater location in the middle of the cornfields. He has spent his early year’s working at Steppen wolf Altar. He says that it is a particular kind of acting done in in Steppen wolf Altar which was little rough and unpolished around the edges. It has a certain type of authenticity in it as the actors do not have any perfect diction for speaking and any particular posture. The actor went on to say that his role models in acting are Terry Kinney, Amy Morton, Tracy Letts, and Dennis o’ hare, who are all from Steppenwolf and he wants to be just like them. Getting a chance to perform at Steppenwolf was a stamp of approval for him. In the year 2013, he got a glorious chance to perform again in theater in the play named “The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin” as James, written by Stevan. Apart from the obligation he was very happy to do theatre again. He says that whatever he has done and achieved today, is all because of his initial years that he spent in theater. He claims that every bit of his acting is because of theater. He also says that he has learned direction while acting and his debut directional venture was a horror film, despite the fact that he is scared of blood. The film was named “Preservation,” which was released on April 7, 2015, starring some great actors like Pablo Schreiber, Wrenn Schmidt, Aaron Staton, etc. He has also worked with famous people Al Pacino and David Mamet in “China Doll,” directed by Pat Mac Kinnon. He has also won an award for “Home Movie” and “Argo” in Catalonian International Film Festival (2008) and Hollywood Film Festival (2012) respectively.

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Christopher Denham English Actor