Chadwick Boseman, whose official name is Chadwick Aaron Boseman, is an American actor, screenwriter, and playwright. He was born on November 29, 1976, in Anderson, South Carolina, U.S. He is widely known for his role as Jackie Robinson in the movie 42 (2013) and as James Brown in Get On Up (2014). He is also known for his performance on the television shows Lincoln Heights (2008) and Persons Unknown (2010), and the films The Express (2008) and Draft Day (2014). Chadwick Boseman graduated from the Howard University, Washington DC, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in directing, and the British American Dramatic Academy, Oxford, England. He completed schooling at T. L. Hanna High School, from where he graduated in 1995. He excelled in basketball and continues to play pick-up games. He worked as the drama instructor in the Schomburg Junior Scholars Program, housed at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, Harlem, New York.

It was in 2008 that he moved to Los Angeles to follow a career in acting. In 2003, Chadwick Boseman debuted on television, in an episode of Third Watch. He has also acted in episodes of the series CSI: NY, ER, and Law And Order. He was nominated for the 2006 Joseph Jefferson Award for New Work for his work Deep Azure, of which he wrote the script. He appeared in his first movie, The Express, in 2008. He also worked as a regular on the television series Lincoln Heights and Persons Unknown. In 2013, the indie film The Kill Hole starred Chadwick Boseman. He played the role of an NFL draft prospect in the movie Draft Day, in which he starred alongside Kevin Costner. He received wide critical acclaim for his performance in Get On Up as James Brown. Chadwick Boseman is set to play the character Black Panther in the movie Captain America: Civil War, which is scheduled for release in 2016, as part of a five-film deal with Marvel, and also in Black Panther, which will be out in 2018.

Chad Lindberg English Actor

Chad Lindberg

Chad Tyler Lindberg was born in Washington on November 1, 1976. He was born in a place called Mount Vernon in Washington, America. He is an actor. Chad Lindberg was born to Pete Lindberg and Luwana. He went to Mount Vernon High School. He is nicknamed as Dr. Badass. Jenny McCarthey, Bo Bice (American Idol Finalist) and Penn Badgley and Chad Lindberg share the same birthday on November 1. He is 6 feet tall. In 1997 he started his acting career. He appeared in Black Circle Boys as Rory in at the Sundance Film Festival. That was how he began his acting career.  He then started appearing as a guest in several famous television shows like The X flies, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and ER. He then started pursuing his career by appearing in film roles. He appeared in October Sky as Sherman O’Dell. Joe Johnston directed the movie. It was an American biographical film released in 1999. The film was based on true story. In 2000 he appeared in the film Brightness. He then appeared as a faltering mechanist, Jesse in The Fast and The Furious. It was directed by Rob Cohen in 2001. He acted in movies like Undone, A Midsummer Night’s Rave, The Rookie, The Flats, The Last Samurai and The Failure from 2001 to 2003. He then appeared in series like Cold Case, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Inside, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Supernatural and CSI: NY from 2003 to 2010. In 2010 he appeared in I Spit on the Grave, a cult classic. He earned attention for his acting in that movie. He was a part of My Big Break, a Tony Zierra’s documentary in 2011. It was about the former career of Wes Bently, Greg Fawcett, Brad Rowe and Chad Lindberg. He appeared as Hick in an episode as a guest star in The Cape in in 2011. He came as a trained sniper assassin. He then appeared in series like Castle, Weeds, Criminal Minds, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Major Crimes. He then appeared in movies like My Big Break, Rise of The Zombies, Ghost Stalkers, and Midnight Riders. He appeared in a TV Film Manson’s Lost Girls in 2016. He is also acting the film Security which is being filmed now. It is scheduled to be released in 2017. He is now working on the Destination America channel program Ghost Stalkers as a Paranormal Investigator. On his chest, he has Varg Vikernes tattoos.


Michael Smiley

Michael Smiley, born in 1963 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a Northern Irish comedian and actor. He grew up in Holywood, Northern Ireland. He currently lives in London, to where he shifted with his wife in his 20's. Michael Smiley entered the world of comedy after accepting a bet at an open-mic night. Before his present profession, he had worked as a cycle courier and as an acid house DJ. He was a runner-up on the competition, So You Think You're Funny at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1993. He became well known for his performance in two episodes of the show Spaced, on Channel 4, where he played the character of Tyres O'Flaherty, which was based on his past as a cycle courier. His performances in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Festival also aided in his wide critical acclaim as a stand-up comedian. In 2008, he played the character of a former member of the British Army's Parachute Regiment, Jordan, in the horror film Outpost. He also appeared as a self-like zombie in the comedy horror film Shaun of the Dead. He has also guest starred in an episode of the Doctor Who audio drama, Creatures of Beauty, in 2003. In 2014, he played the role of Colonel Morgan Blue in the Doctor Who episode "Into the Dalek". He has also appeared in all the three series of The Maltby Collection on Radio 4, as an eccentric security guard, Des Wainwright, who keeps repeating himself and reminding people that he was in the SAS. In the film Burke and Hare, he played a significant role alongside his Spaced co-stars Simon Pegg, who he is also close friends with, and Jessica Hynes. He has appeared on many BBC shows including Ripper Street, as George Lusk, BBC Two Mitchell and Webb comedy, Ambassadors, like Mr. Jackson, and the Life of Rock with Brian Pern. He also featured riding a cycle around Northern Ireland and meeting local people for a travelogue program for BBC Northern Ireland, Michael Smiley: Something to Ride Home About, in May 2014. He bagged the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 2011 British Independent Film Awards for his role in the British horror film Kill List. Michael Smiley is married to Miranda Sawyer, who is a journalist and broadcaster. They have two children, a son, and a daughter. He is currently playing the role of Benny "Deadhead" Silver in Luther, a BBC drama series.

Michael Smiley English Actor