Birthday: 26-04-1980
Age: 39
Star sign: Taurus

Born in a small town called Cullman in Alabama, Channing Tatum initially attended Tampa Catholic High School and then Glenville State College in Glenville. His initial days were not bereft of struggle as he quit his job to start working as a stripper at a local nightclub under the pseudonym “Chan Crawford”. He was then found by a talent agency and thus began his modelling career. Tatum’s talent as a dancer was quickly discovered and initially he appeared in some music videos as a dancer and this quality later earned him worldwide fame in the blockbuster series “Step Up” and “Step Up 2: The Streets.” He worked in many TV commercials for popular brands. Tatum soon landed his first debut film “Coach Carter (2005)” directed by Thomas Carter.

Other films in his kitty were “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra”, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”, “ White House Down”, “ The Dilemma”, “ Foxcatcher” and so on. His portrayal of Magic Mike in the film of the same name won him many accolades and appreciation. It was loosely based on Tatum’s life of a stripper before he joined the Hollywood. He had previously stated that he wants to make a movie based on his life as a stripper and “Magic Mike” realized his dreams. He along with his wife Jenna Dewan have started two production companies namely- “33 and Out Productions” and “Iron Horse Entertainment”. Tatum became a father to a baby girl in 2013 and named her Everly Elizabeth Maiselle Tatum. He opened up to being dyslexic and suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder as a child. Tatum believes that it was “sheer luck” that got him where he is today. His looks and physique are also a reason for his worldwide popularity. No wonder he has established his fan base all around the globe due to his disarming personality.

Terrence Howard English Actor

Terrence Howard

Terrence was born to Anita Jeanine Williams and Tyrone Howard on March 11, 1969, at Illinois, Chicago. His independent journey started before finishing his high school, as he was casting a role in ‘The Cosby Show’ for which he auditioned. He joined in an American Airlines, for traveling to audition places. Terrence begin big-screen entrance through ‘The Jackson’s: An American Dream’ in the year 1992 playing the lead role as Jackie Jackson. The movie was produced by American Broadcast Company. As he was in singing too, he appeared in Ashanti’s’ music video ‘Foolish’ in 2002 and ‘Be Without You’ done by ‘Mary J. Blige. He produced the movie ‘Pride’ in 2007 in which he acted also, and for that he was nominated for ‘NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor In a Motion Picture.’ Terrence Dashon Howard was married four times and divorced the same. He has two daughters and tow sons; Aubrey, Hunter, Heavenly and Qirin Love. He had been jailed once for misbehavior in plane, so when the flight got landed he under custody of Cleveland Police department. His performance in ‘Wayward Pines’ in 2015, a television series earned him credits. After that, his role as Lucious Lyon in ‘Empire’ won him ‘BET Award for the Best Actor’ in 2015. An album titled ‘Rebel Heart’ a video song ‘Ghosttown’ was released the same year. Films he performed, ‘Hustle & Flow’ (2005) grant him ‘BET Awards for Best Actor’, ‘Black Reel Award’ for best actor, ‘BFCA Award for Best Song’, ‘Satellite Award for best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy’, ‘Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award’ and ‘Austin Film Critics Association Award’ for Best Breakthrough performance in this movie. He was nominated for ‘Academy Award’, ‘Golden Globe Award’, ‘NAACP Image Award’ and ‘Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award’ for best actor in this movie. Other’s include, ‘Four Brothers’ (2005), ‘Iron Man’ (2008) where another actor replaced him in later sequels, but voiced for video games of the movie. He also acted in ‘Fighting’ and ‘The Princess and the Frog’ in 2009, ‘Little Murder’, ‘The Ledge’. In 2011, he performed as ‘Nelson Mandela’ in the movie Winnie Mandela. In the year 1994, Terrence appeared in TV series such as, ‘Family Matters’, ‘Living Single’, and ‘Coach’.


Charles Bronson

Charles Bronson who was born on 3rd November, 1921, was an American actor. His real name was Charles Dennis Buchinsky and was born in Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania. Both his parents were of Lithuanian origin. Bronson came from a very poor but large family, and hence, he started working at the tender age of 16, in the mines. Before pursuing acting as his career he also served in the Second World War. After venturing into films, he became one of the top-most actors in the world, and also allegedly the highest paid of them all. One of the most popular films done by Bronson is “Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)”, where he essayed the role of Harmonica. This film has often been declared as one of the 100 greatest films of the 20th century. Bronson was a student of art, which was his passion since childhood. He made his debut in a film called “You’re in the Navy Now (1951)”, directed by Henry Hathaway. For him, acting seemed like an easy way to make money. Gradually, he started receiving more film offers and managed to establish his foothold in Hollywood. In spite of a flourishing career in Hollywood, Bronson did not limit himself to movies only. He successfully starred in various TV series like “Gunsmoke”, “Alfred Hitchcock Presents”, “Man with a Camera”, and many more. His role as the claustrophobic flight Lieutenant, Danny Velinski (“Tunnel King”), who was a prisoner of war, in the 1963 film “The Great Escape”, earned him worldwide recognition. But his role in the “Death Wish” series is touted as his most famous role where Bronson delivered his best performance. His roles in most of the films are of a “tough guy” who is usually a chaperone or a vigilante. In real life, Bronson was more of a recluse who kept to himself. He regarded himself as a good listener who is “entertained by his own thoughts”, but not a good converser. He was popularly known as “a man of few words, but much action”. He has many awards to his credit. He won the Henrietta Award for World Film Favorite (Male) in 1972, and was also nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for An Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role in the TV series “General Electric Theatre”. Bronson married thrice and has 4 children. He lost his second wife, Jill Ireland, due to breast cancer. Bronson suffered for quite a few years with Alzheimer’s disease, and on 30th August, 2003, he died of pneumonia in Los Angeles.

Charles Bronson English Actor