Chester Hanks

Other names of Chester Hanks: Chet Hanks

Chester Hanks is an actor by profession in Hollywood films. He is also known by the name Chet Hanks and Chet Haze. He was born on 4 August 1990 in Los Angeles situated in California, United States. His father’s name is Tom Hanks and mother’s name is Rita Wilson who is also actors by profession. He completed his education from the Northwestern University.

He has three siblings named Colin Hanks, Elizabeth Ann Hanks, and Truman Theodore Hanks. He is the grandson of Janet Marylyn Frager, Amos Mefford Hanks, Dorothy Wilson, and Allan Wilson. He is a talented actor who is seen in the films such as Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull of 2008, Larry Crowne of 2011, Fantastic Four of 2015, and Bratz: The Movie of 2007.

He has also worked in some television shows including Empire and Tales. In “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” he got the chance to work with the director Steven Spielberg and the producer Frank Marshall. It was an action plus adventure film that released in the cinemas on 22 May 2008. It received a good response from its audience and hence was a successful part of his career.

In “Larry Crowne,” he played the small role of a pizza delivery boy. The film was directed by his father, Tom Hanks. It was a romantic movie with a pinch of comedy that released in the theatres of U.S. on 1 July 2011. In “Fantastic Four,” he worked with the director Josh Trank and the producers Simon Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn, Hutch Parker, Robert Kulzer, and Gregory Goodman. He played a very small role in the film.

It was of a character named Jimmy Grimm who was Ben’s older brother in the story. It released into the theatres on of United States on 7 August 2015 and in New York on 4 August 2015. In “Bratz: The Movie,” he had the chance to work with the director Sean McNamara and the producers Isaac Larian, Steven Paul, and Avi Arad.

It was a musical drama that contained s good dose of comedy and released into the theatres of U.S. on 3 August 2007. In the “Empire” TV series, Chet played the role of Blake Sterling. It is also a successful TV drama. So, even though he played small roles in movies, he gave his best to every character he played.

Gary Anthony Williams English Actor

Gary Anthony Williams

The voice behind Uncle Ruckus in ‘The Boondocks,’ Horace Warfield in ‘StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty’ and Yancy Westridge in the game ‘Alpha Protocol’ is none other than Gary Anthony Williams. Born on March 14th of 1966, Gary is famous Comedian and American actor. He has appeared in many television shows too like Malcolm in the Middle, Weeds and Blue Collar TV. His biggest success on TV was in the sitcom ‘The Soul Man.’ Besides acting, L.A. Comedy Short film festival was co-founded by Gary. He is currently playing a role in drama series ‘Whose Line Is it Anyway?’ During his early years, Gary had a keen interested in Television, comedy, theater. Gary was born in Fayetteville which is in Georgia and worked in Atlanta in the theater. He worked with some of the greatest names in the theater and also acted in prestigious Georgia Shakespeare Festival. He also wrote and performed in Agatha: A Taste of Mystery. He was also a member of troupe named ‘Laughing Matters,’ which was Atlanta’s longest running troupe. He shifted to Los Angeles in later 1990’s. Gary has been active in both television shows and films. He has worked in numerous films as a voice artist. Few of them are ‘Undercover Brother,’ ‘Soul Plane,’ and ‘Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.’ Williams was also the narrator of ’Ayn Rand and the Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged,’ a documentary. This documentary saw the light of silver screen in 2011. Also, he was the voice behind John Witherspoon in ‘Soul Plane,’ and of Sweet in ‘The Trumpet of Sun.’ He was also a part of John Cusack starrer ‘The Factory.’ He is active in movies till now, and his latest role was in ‘House Party: Tonight’s the Night’ as Melvin, father of the lead. Also, he voiced Bebop in the hit flick of 2016 named ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.’ If his television shows are mentioned, then few of them are ‘Unsung,’ ‘Whose Line is it anyway,’ ‘The Lion Guard,’ and ‘ The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.’ Known for his exceptional comic timing, Williams performed in shows like ‘The Black Version,’ and ‘Cookin With Gas.’ These both shows were performed in ‘The Groundlings Theatre.’


Russell Geoffrey Banks

Russell Geoffrey Banks was born on November 13, 1981. He is an English actor and writer. Geoffrey is best known for playing roles in remarkable horror films like a Ghost house, Pernicious, Cam2cam and Who's Watching Oliver. His birthplace is Northampton, but Russell grew up in London with his family except his father. After he turned twelve, he moved to the Isle of Wight. He also suffered Dyslexia at a young age, leaving him behind at school. College expelled him after being caught selling fireworks. For five years, he worked as a market trader. Russell also worked in bars and restaurants, as well as cinemas and call centers. He started his career as an extra in the film industry, later growing to a stand-in on movies like Hangover Part 2. He had his first lead role in Goodnight Gloria, and the co-writer of the film was Banks himself. He also traveled to India to shoot a movie featuring Kamal Hasan and Shekhar Kapoor named Vishwaroopam 2. He won two film festival award in the year 2017, and successfully made to the nomination for a further three for his portrayal of Oliver who is a mentally unstable serial killer in the film Who's Watching Oliver, a film co-written by Geoffrey Banks. In 2017, he won the best actor award three times for the work of Who's Watching Oliver. He won the best actor title in Bloody Horror International Film Festival, Vancouver Bad-Ass Film Festival, Fright Night Theatre Film Festival FNTFF and got nominated for the best actor award in Independent Horror Movie Awards, Horror Hound Weekend Film Festival. He played many roles in different movies like in the film directed by Joel Soisson; he played a homicidal maniac. In the film Darling, he played a role of child kidnapper. In the movie Virudhagiri, he played a role of chief police.

Russell Geoffrey Banks English Actor