Denholm Mitchell Elliott is an English actor, who is known for his works in the film, theater, and television industry. His career spanned over forty years, and he has credit for doing over 120 movies and TV shows. Denholm was born in Ealing, London to Myles Layman Elliott and Nina Mitchell. In his childhood, Denholm lost the top part of the thumb on his right hand because of an accident with a lawnmower. He was first married to Virginia McKenna and then married Susan Robinson. They were married for almost thirty years and together, they have a son and daughter. His son is Mark Elliott and daughter was Jennifer, who ended her life when she was in her thirties. Susan also set up The Denholm Elliott Project in her husband's memory. She also helped with the writing of his biography. Later on, it was found that Denholm is bisexual.

Denholm went to Malvern College in Worcestershire for his high school studies, and he then went to Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1939. He did not complete his university studies and dropped out from the Academy. A statue dedicated to him is kept outside the Marshall College. Later, he joined the Royal Air Force during World War 2 and served in the NO. 76 Squadron. He was a trainee sergeant, gunner and radio operator. He was also honored with the post of the Commander of the British Empire in 1988. In 1942, during the war, his plane crashed into the sea, and he was captured and imprisoned in Silesia.

His debut movie was Dear Mr. Peacock, and his last film was Noises Off. Denholm has worked with many famous directors like David Lean, James Ivory, Steven Spielberg. His memorable works include King Rat, Defense of the Realm, Maurice, Voyage of the Damned, and many others. In spite of the large number, he is fondly remembered for his work in the movies Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in which he played the role of Dr. Marcus Brody. He has done many stage performances and has also performed for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has also performed in various TV shows like Follow the Yellow Brick Road, ‘Thriller’, Brimstone and Treacle, and Blade in the Feather. He took over the role of Michael Aldridge in The Man in Room 17 for one season as Michael was ill.

Denholm was nominated for Oscar in the year 1986 for his role in Room With A View. He also received an Academy Award non-denominational for the same movie. In 1980, he received the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor. He became the only actor who received this award for three consecutive years. He received this award for his role in the movies A Private Function, Defense of the Realm and for Trading Places in which he had the role of a kind butler. Denholm passed away in Ibiza, Spain and the cause of his death was AIDS-related Tuberculosis.

Demián Bichir English Actor

Demián Bichir

Demian Bichir Najera is a Mexican actor who works in Hollywood. He comes from a family of famous Mexican actors, the Bichir family. His father is Alejandro Bichir. His mother is Maricruz Najera and his two brothers, Odiseo Bichir, and Bruno Bichir, are all actors. His parents named him after the Herman Hessie novel “Demian: The Story of Emil Sinclairs Youth”. He was married to the Mexican singer Lisset Gutierrez, and they got divorced in the year 2003. He is currently with Stefanie Sherk and has one daughter, Gala, who was born in 2011. Demian Bichir became the ACLU Ambassador for Immigration Rights and held dual citizenship, i.e., He is an American as well as a Mexican citizen. Demian Bichir's career started in theater and at the age of 13, he became the member of the National Theater Company. ‘Choices of the Heart’ was his first American movie. 'Sexo, pudor y lágrimas’, the Mexican film, which broke the box office records in 1999 was one of the major milestones of his profession. It became the number one film in Mexico which took his career to great heights. His transition from the Mexican film industry to the American industry was not something easy, and it was a herculean trial for him to get roles. During that time, he worked as a bus boy. He also utilized this time to learn English. He has also lent his voice in many animated cartoons like ‘Aladdin’, ‘The Return of Jafar’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ (1989), which were the most famous ones. His roles in various TV shows have brought a lot of credit to his career. The most famous ones among them are ‘Weeds’, which aired in 2008 and ‘The Bridge’, which aired from 2013-14. He played the role of Detective Marco Ruiz in ‘The Bridge’, which was one of the best streaks in his career. Movies like ‘The Heat’ and ‘Machete Kills’, both which released in 2013, and ‘Death in Buenos Aires’, which released in 2014 were his famous movies. ‘The Hateful Eight’ got released in 2015 in the month of January. It was his most recent work. In 2011, he got nominated for Academy Award for his role in the movie ‘A Better Life’. The nomination was for the Best Actor Award. In the year 2003, he received the MTV Movie Mexico's Best Bichir in a Movie Award, which was a particularcategory that was created because of the large amount of roles that the Bichir brothers did. Demian Bichir has also received Oscar nomination for Best Actor and was the second Mexican actor to be nominated for the award.

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Denis Arndt

Born adjacent the picturesque shores of Lake Erie in Ohio to a railroad yardmaster Arndt. He and his family moved to Washington after World War II, where he completed his schooling. Little do people know about this veteran actor that besides his evident passion for acting, his electric enthusiasm was channeled towards his position as a soldier when he joined the Army and then served as a Line A Aviator helicopter pilot. Known for his enthralling roles in Crime Story, Columbo, Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, and Grey's Anatomy, this veteran actor volunteered for the Vietnam War where he flew with the A/501st Aviation Battalion. He was awarded The Army Commendation Medal, two Purple Hearts, and twenty-seven Air Medals and also known as the “Green Weenie” for the wounds he proudly endured in action. However, he resigned post his return, the repentance yet evident when he was seen quoting that although he found the costumes to be great and no one else had the same props as them, yet his best persona till date was that of a combat helicopter pilot. But this did not stop the actor from pursuing his passion, as he flew in Alaska for three years as a Commercial Bush Pilot. But soon he decided that being a commercial helicopter pilot was an occupation ideal for the young guns; thus he placed his focus on trying to finish off his University degree. As fate would have it, one director of plays from Seattle shifted into his apartment which Denis had put up for rent. His work enthralled all and soon he landed a place and his career as an actor has escalated since then. Denis has played acclaimed roles including the 2002 film Dead Heat, which co-starred 24 performers including Kiefer Sutherland, Lothaire Bluteau, Al Sapienza and Michael Benyaer. He has also appeared in Dolphin Tale 2, Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil, Sniper 3, S.W.A.T., Metro, and Basic Instinct along with I Fought The Law, Blast, How To Make An American Quilt, Fire beetle, Supernatural, Boston Legal, 24, The Practice, JAG, Boston Public, C.S.I., The District, Touched by an Angel, Ally McBeal, L.A. Law, Annie McGuire among others. Arndt shares his passion for his former profession with a unique compilation of War Films known as “Uncle Sam- The Movie Collection." However, despite doing minor roles yet his work has not gone unnoticed in Hollywood.

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Denis Arndt English Actor