Chase Ellison is a Hollywood actor known for his works in The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, Tooth Fairy Click to look into! >> Read More... Tooth Fairy , and Mysterious Skin. Ellison was born in Nevada and currently resides in San Diego with his parents and siblings. Ellison started his acting career right from childhood, when he featured in various television commercials and ad campaigns. He was only aged six when he first landed a screen job. Ellison’s television career started with his role as Ryan McClendon in the series “Family Law.” Malcolm in the Middle, Providence, and 7th Heaven, featured Ellison briefly or in guest appearances. In the year 2002, Ellison was cast as Willie Stevens in the NBC-produced “Boomtown.” The following year also saw him make a guest appearance in the crime-drama “The Division.” 2005 featured Ellison in the Michael C. Hall starrer Six Feet Under Six Feet Under is an American comedy-drama televis >> Read More... Six Feet Under . In the same year, Ellison played the recurring role of Noah Newman in the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.” 2006 saw Ellison in Rodney, Deadwood, and Saved. Ellison also appeared in an episode of “How I Met Your Mother,” in 2011.

2001 saw the inception of Ellison’s movie career, where he featured in television movies such as Scenes of a Crime, The Perfect Wife, “The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green,” and End of Spear. Ellison was cast as a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the 2004 movie, Mysterious Skin. “Wristcutters: A Love Story,” “Towelhead,” The Year of Getting to Know Us, Fireflies in the Garden, also featured him in brief roles. 2010 saw Ellison in the Dwayne Johnson Born on 2nd May 1972 in California, Dwayne Johnson >> Read More... Dwayne Johnson starrer “Tooth Fairy,” for which Ellison was presented with a Young Artist Award. In the same year, Ellison was cast in Unstoppable, and in a television film, “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf.” In 2011, Ellison featured in “That’s What I Am.” Ellison is currently studying Film Production at the Loyola Marymount University.

Charlie Cox English Actor

Charlie Cox

Charlie Cox is a veteran British film, stage and television actor who has won multiple awards for his performance in TV shows. He is associated with Netflix and HBO channel shows which shot him to wide fame in a lesser span of time. Currently, he is associated with a popular TV series Marvel's Daredevil, or simply Daredevil, which is produced by Netflix channel. In this show, he plays the role of Matt Murdock/Daredevil. Charlie has appeared in 26 episodes of this series since 2015, and he won ‘Online Film & Television Association Awards’ for his performance. Another TV series for which he won people appreciation includes premium cable HBO channel's popular show 'Boardwalk Empire' which was telecast for four years. In the year 2006, he acted in a British drama series ‘Lewis’ (2006) produced for ITV. In the year 2013, Charlie Cox acted in a BBC movie named ‘Legacy’ which was a British thriller TV movie. Besides acting in TV series, the actor has also acted in numerous plays ‘The Prince of Homburg’ in the title role. Plus, he became popular as a stage artist with other plays like ‘Tis Pity She's a Whore' written by John Ford. Charlie Cox acted in innumerable movies which had a mixed response in theaters but had a wide acclaim of critics. So far, he has acted in five short films in his career. They include 'Nancy, Sid and Sergio' and 'Sunny Morning'. Charlie’s most important role in feature films includes 'The Merchant of Venice' released in 2004 which was based on a Shake sphere play of the same name. In this movie, he played the role of Lorenzo and the film received wide critical acclaim. In the year 2005, the actor also was featured in an American romantic movie ‘Casanova’ which was based on the life of Giacomo Casanova. In the year 2007, he appeared in a Paramount Pictures presentation movie ‘Stardust’ which was a romantic fantasy movie directed by Matthew Vaughn. The film was a huge success in box office. Born on 15 December 1982, the actor is even well known for his association with an American periodic crime thriller TV series Boardwalk Empire, which was telecast on HBO channel.


Chazz Palminteri

Calogero Lorenzo Palminteri or “Chazz” Palminteri is an American producer, actor, and screenwriter, known for his work in The Usual Suspects, A Bronx Tale, and Bullets over Broadway. Chazz was born to parents, Lorenzo and Rose Palminteri. Though Palminteri is of Sicilian origin, he grew up in the neighborhood of Belmont in the Bronx. Before his career as an actor took off, Palminteri managed odd jobs such as serving as a nightclub bouncer and participating in Off-Broadway plays. 1988 saw Palminteri fired from a security job for refusing to let Irving Paul Lazar enter a club. Palminteri went on to make an autobiographical one-man show depicting the events he witnessed in his life. In 1993, Robert De Niro adapted the play into a movie titled “A Bronx Tale.” The 1980s saw Palminteri feature on television shows such as Hill Street Blues, Matlock, Wiseguy, Dallas, Valerie, and in the film “Oscar.” In 1993, Palminteri wrote the screenplay, and played the role of the gangster “Sonny,” in the Robert De Niro-directed “A Bronx Tale.” The movie catapulted Palminteri’s career into stardom and flooded him with other project opportunities. Woody Allen cast Palminteri in his 1994 venture “Bullets over Broadway.” Palminteri was the recipient of nominations for an Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award. In the following year, Palminteri was cast as David Kujan in the critically acclaimed “The Usual Suspects,” and the film was presented with several awards for the Best Cast. The Perez Family, Jade,” Diabolique,” Faithful, Mulholland Falls, Scar City, “Analyze This,” constituted some of the movies that Palminteri featured in the 1990s. The millennium decade saw Palminteri in Down to Earth, “Poolhall Junkies,” One Eyed King, Noel, Hoodwinked, Running Scared, Body Armour, The Dukes, among many others. Palminteri also featured in various television shows such as Sydney, Modern Family, Blue Bloods and “Law & Order.” Palminteri has provided with the voice-over for the war game Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and has appeared in various Vanilla Coke commercials. Gianna Ranaudo is Palminteri’s wife, with whom he has two children.

Chazz Palminteri English Actor