Born to a musician mother, Denis had the skills of an artist instilled in him at a tender age which is quite evident from his pursuits. Even when was a teenager Denis contributed actively to his school’s choir. He landed his very first audition in 1974 where he gained a part in the chorus of the play Show Boat. After that his life has been nothing short of a vibrant palate of varied roles.

After having studied theater at the School of Communication at the Northwestern University, this Irish actor plunged into the world of acting, his work ranging from plays to TV shows to movies. O'Hare received the Tony Award for the Best Performance for Richard Greenberg’s play “Take Me Out” wherein his character has prolonged monologs which were heavily lauded and reflected as to why he deserved the award. He received the Outstanding Featured Actor Award for the Drama Desk Award because of his Broadway role in the musical Sweet Charity.

He received the Musical Tony Award nomination for the Best Performance by a Featured Actor for the Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins. His acknowledged works include 21 Grams, Cabaret, Brothers & Sisters and Saint Maybe. Denis has done guest roles in the show Law & Order as well its contemporary shows like Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.. His film credits include Changeling, Charlie Wilson's War, Edge of Darkness, Milk, Half Nelson, A Mighty Heart, Michael Clayton, Derailed, Garden State, 21 Grams, and The Anniversary Party. , and his TV credits include An Englishman in New York, American Horror Story, Bored to Death, True Blood, The Eagle, The Good Wife, and Murder House to name a few.

The fact that he’s mostly playing vile characters hasn’t gone unnoticed by Denis, who quipped, “I probably killed more than 587 people on True Blood,” referring to his character as a vampire Russell Edgington, on HBO’s supernatural sudsier. He came out gay while in High School and is now happily married to Hugo Redwood since July 28, 2011, and the couple have also adopted a son, Declan.

Denis Arndt English Actor

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.


Dennis Dugan

Dennis Dugan took birth on 5th September of 1946. Professionally he is an actor, comedian as well as a director in U.S.A. He has done many movies with Adam Sandler, and their partnership is very famous. Some of their directions include- Happy Gilmore in 1996, Big Daddy during 1999, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry during 2007. Some of other includes- You don’t mess with the Zohan in 2008, Grown ups during 2010, 2011 released Just Go with it, another 2011 release Jack and Jill and 2013 release Grown Ups 2. He was born in Illinois. His mother was Marion and father was Charles Dugan. His acting career got a start in 1972. In 1973, he came into movie “The Giri Most Likely to”, written by “Joan Rivers.” His other movies include “Night Call Nurses” in 1972, Night Movies and Smile during 1975. His 1976 movies include “Harry and Walter Go To New York”. The other 1976 release is- Norman…..Is That You? Then in 1979, he was cast as actor “Unidentified Flying Oddball”. In 1981, he worked for “The Howling”. He also worked on several series of T.V. in 1970. Some of them include “The Mod Squad”, an American crime drama, “The Waltons”, a creation of Earl Hamner, Columbo, The Rockford Files, which was starred by “James Garner” and Alice. His other mini-series work includes “Rich Man, Poor Man” and two episodes of “M*A*S*H”. In 1978, he worked as the actor into “Richie Brockelman” and “Private Eye”. These both are series of short period. In “Hill Street Blues”, he did the role of “Caped Crusader”. In 1984, he starred in “Empire” and “Shadow Chasers”. His other 1980 movies include- Water during 1985, Can’t Buy Me Love in 1987. In 1988, he worked into “The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking” and in 1989 he acted into “Ron Howard’s Parenthood”. He gave a boost to his direction and television career through his cameo appearances in various movies. His direction includes - “Problem Child” in 1990, “Brain Donors” during 1992. 2001 release includes “Saving Silverman” in 2001. In 2003, he did the comedy “National Security” and “Happy Gilmore” in 1996. In 1999, he worked into “Big Daddy”. His, some of the directions, includes- Moonlighting and NYPD Blue. In 2006, he did the direction for “The Benchwarmers”, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, which is a comedy movie in 2007 and 2008 projects includes “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan”. In 2010, he directed Grown-ups and his 2011 project includes “Just Go With It, Jack and Jill, Grown Ups 2.” Till today, his earnings are over $1 billion. His first marriage was on 1973 with “Joyce Van Patten”. He took divorce into 1987. After that, he did marry with “Sharon O’ Connor” and he is still into the marriage relation with her.

Dennis Dugan English Actor