Desmond Harrington is an American actor. He is famous for films like Wrong Turn (2003), The Hole (2001) and the Ghost Ship (2002). Desmond entered in the third season of ‘ Dexter’ as Detective Joseph “Joey” Quinn and also in the serial ‘Gossip Girl’.

Desmond was born in Savannah, Georgia and was brought up in Bronx, New York. He made his debut in the film industry with the film ‘The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc’ directed by Luc Besson where he portrayed the role of Jean d’Aulon. The breakthrough film that brought him fame was The Hole, Ghost Ship and Wrong Turn and later appeared in the serial produced by Steven Spielberg’s ‘ Taken’, in which he acted as Jesse Keys, who used to abduct aliens in the film.

He has done films like Boiler Room as JT Marlin Trainee, Massholes (2000) as Bing, Drop Back Ten as Spanks Voley, Riding in Cars with Boys (2001) as Bobby, My First Mister as Randy, Life Makes Sense If You’re Famous as Jay (2002), We Were Soldiers, Love Object as Kenneth Winslow (2003), 3- Way as Ralph Hagen (2004), Taphephobia as Mike Hollister (2006), Bottom’s Up, Fort Pit, Exit Speed as Sam Cutter (2008), Timer (2009), Life Is Hot In Cracktown as Benny (2009),Not Since You (2009_, The Dark Knight Rises (2012) and his latest film, The Neon Demon is going to release in June 2016.

Desmond did a guest appearance in ‘Law and Order: Criminal Intent’ in 2007, as a serial killer and later in September 2008 entered the cast of Dexter as the lead role and in December 2008 he did guest appearance in Gossip Girl and frequently appeared in the episodes of Gossip Girl. The other TV shows that he did are Dragnet as Detective Dexter Mc Carron (2008-13) for 72 episodes, Kidnapped as Kenneth Cantrell (2006), Sons and Daughters (2006-07) as Wylie Blake for 9 episodes, Rescue Me in 2007 as Troy for 7 episodes, Justified (2012) as Fletcher “The Ice Pink” Nix in the episode ‘The Gunfighter’, Those Who Kill as Bronte in 2014, The Astronauts Wives Club in 2015 as Alan Shepherd, and Limitless in 2015 as Agent Casey Rooks. Desmond has not won any award so far but has been nominated for his serials like Love Object and Dexter in the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

 

 

Kolton Stewart English Actor

Kolton Stewart

Kolton James Stewart is a Canadian TV performer, music artist, dancer, and lyricist. He was born in 1999 on 1st of July, which is also Canada Day, in Toronto. He had an unmistakable fascination in acting, from an early age. He was raised in a rustic little town in Ontario before returning to Toronto when he was a teenager. When he is not working, Kolton is a run of the mill, and an adolescent as could reasonably be expected. He appreciates playing computer games with his companions, working out, sports, composing scripts and making films. When he is not on set, he lives in Lynedoch, Ontario, Canada. Kolton started playing the drums when he was two years old. While most children were playing with dolls or at the recreation center, Kolton spent a lot of time "doing music" which was his way of playing. At the age of five, he won the Ontario All-Star Talent Show, where he performed a drum solo he had composed. When he was seven years old, he progressed to global competition with a grown-up channel band and then went on to join the nearby secondary school band, in which he was a percussionist. When Kolton was 8, he participated in an International Drumming rivalry at the prestigious Percussive Arts Society (17 and under) and won the competition. He started making videos on his official YouTube channel by the name of Kolton Stewart, at the age of 13 and it got the attention of Ellen DeGeneres. He was requested by her to come on her show with his companion Myles after seeing his YouTube video in which he was doing a cover for "I Won't Give Up" by Jason Mraz that turned into a web sensation, earning a few thousand hits in its starting week. He has a broad foundation in tap, jazz, contemporary, artful dance, and hip jump. Kolton also plays guitar, bass, and consoles; his unique music mirrors his mixed taste and is a blend of different styles and rhythms running from pop to soul. As a soap opera actor, he is appreciated for his part on the TV series ‘Some Assembly Required’, in which he played the role of Jarvis. Kolton also sang "Here We Go," that was recorded in LA, which was the opening song for the show. He has also acted in two movies, ‘Angels in the Snow’ and ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2’. As a theater artist, Kolton has performed in the two productions, The Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Disney's The Lion King. He has performed two seasons at the Festival and was given the role as an on-screen character and was the artist in a few preparations including ‘West Side Story’, ‘Macbeth’, and ‘The Music Man’. In 2010, in the wake of getting that part and a couple of others, he became the first youngster from Canada, in the historical backdrop of The Lion King to join the Broadway musical as the character of Young Simba. Kolton was included in the dance film featuring Derek Hough, ‘Make Your Move’. In a stunning trivia, he showed up in about four episodes in the hit TV series, ‘The Next Step’. He has won many awards and laurels in his career. At the 36th Annual Young Artist Awards (YAA), which was held in LA, he won the "Best Performance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actor” joining any semblance of Zac Efron, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, as a beneficiary of the prestigious grant. In 2008, he won the International Drumming Award from the Percussive Arts Society.

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Robert Bellissimo

It has been nine years since acting chose him and he has been into television, films, commercials, short films, music videos, industrials and corporate videos. He has completed a degree in acting at the Toronto University of Canada for three years and works out his career behind the ‘Lights, Camera and Action.’ He has been a paid worker professionally in both the places of Toronto, Canada, and London, England. He has also served to teach the actors of the leading generation in 2010 till 2012. ‘The Actor’s Fundamentals’ was what it was called to train the leading artists with the Meisner Technique David Mamet’s Practical Aesthetics, where the actor is trained to act in any field or the job he gets for his living and versatility. He has been a writer, a director and a producer for three short films and directed a play for the screens in Toronto Fringe Festival. He has also been a model and yet to seek many things. He is yet to discover himself and believes that he truly has many capabilities that are yet to be known and showed to the world. He hopes that working on acting in any field would be add-ons to his acting career and that which helps him develops his portfolio in acting. He feels that each new experience he gets through new assignments which are worthy enough for him to be paid aptly is a lesson and that of a further discovery of another side of him. His preferences for acting genres are Art, Music, Dance, Lifestyle, Makeup, Glamour, Fitness, Runway, Sportswear, Swimwear, and much more. He had the full membership of ACTRA and Equity and with the intention of helping the artists he set out into the world as a teacher and also enacts the assignments given to him. At Toronto, he graduated from the ‘The Actor’s Temple’. His actions were screened in London, Canada, England and in the New York City. The lately directed film is The Mariner, which is a short film premiered on the TIFF. This movie was nominated as one among the top ten in Canada. ‘Moose on the Loose’ will be screened mostly by next month at Magnus theater. He has also appeared in a web series titled as ‘The Little Foxes.’ The names in his list of short films are titled as ‘Hardscrabble,’ ’Last Night,’ and ‘Love Shattered Pride.’ The list of plays he directed is ‘The Indian Wants the Bronx’ for the Fringe Festival of Toronto and ‘Voodoo Juju’ for the on-going operations of Unit 22 in 24 series of Theater company.

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Robert Bellissimo English Actor