Charles Hunter Walsh, or Dylan Walsh, or more commonly known as Dr. Sean McNamara from Nip/Tuck, was born in Los Angeles, California in 1963. However, he spent his childhood in various countries like East Africa, India, Pakistan, and Indonesia owing to his parents’ careers in the Foreign Service. His presence in the entertainment industry has been since 1987. After spending his time in various countries as a boy, he finally settled in Washington, D.C. where he attended high school. Like most people, he started his acting career in live theater, with a debut in Undiscovered Country. While earning his undergraduate degree in English at the University of Virginia, he performed on more stage in productions like Curse of the Starving Class, Romeo and Juliet, and Our Town. He was also involved in filming educational documentaries.

After graduating in 1986, Dylan shifted to New York Click to look into! >> Read More... for the betterment of his career in acting. In 1987, he made his first television debut, under Charlie Walsh, as Tom Strickland in the CBS Schoolbreak Special episode “Soldier Boys”. He then managed to land a recurring role on the CBS teen comedy Kate & Allie, a character in the 1989 comedy Loverboy, and a role in the made-for-TV drama When We Were Young before he officially finally changed his professional acting name to Dylan Walsh. Dozens of acting roles in both movies and television later, after a decade and a half, In 2003, Dylan landed the role of his career as the confused and contradicted Miami South Beach plastic surgeon Dr. Sean McNamara on the critically acclaimed FX drama Nip/Tuck.

Before he had already worked in films including The Lake House alongside Sandra Bullock Once dubbed as “The Girl Next Door” and “America’s >> Read More... , the well-acclaimed thriller The Stepfather, Unforgettable, and Congo, and guest starred the television series Brooklyn South, The Twilight Zone, and Everwood. Walsh’s personal life is one that is often frowned upon because of his multiple marriages and the 5 children he has had with them. Dylan Walsh was initially married to Melora Walters, then Joanna Going, and is currently in a relationship with Leslie Bourque.

Dylan Minnette English Actor

Dylan Minnette

Being on the TV screen since he was 8 years old as a child version of Charlie Sheen and also in various commercials for Tide and GMC after being scouted in Chicago, Dylan Minnette is now a successful actor best known for his role as David, Jack Shepard’s son on Lost, a dramatic television shows on ABC. Minnette was born in Evansville, Indiana, in 1996, and his age (and appearance) makes him one of the several eye candies of the American youth. Born to Robyn and Craig Minnette, he is an only child. His first feature length film was Let Me In, alongside Chloe Moretz, in 2011. Over time he has starred and made recurring appearances on several TV shows such as Saving Grace, Prison Break, The Mentalist, Supernatural, Grey’s Anatomy, and much more. Some feature films that Minnette has appeared in includes Snow Buddies, which was very popular amongst children, the cinematic adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps, and recently, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day which is directed by Miguel Arteta. To add on to his acting talent, Dylan Minnette is also a musician. His band, The Feaver, performs quite often at famous LA venues including The Roxy and Whisky a Go Go, and Minnette is the lead singer and the rhythm guitarist in the said band. The band’s win in 2010’s Battle of The Bands contest led them to their biggest gig in the 2011 Vans Warped Tour. Their popular song, Bleeding Man, was used in a promo for The Haunting Hour. Minnette’s love for music and bands like The Strokes, The Black Keys, Wolfmother, and the Beatles, reflects in the genre of music that The Feaver chooses to indulge in and create. In 2014, The Narwhals was the new name chosen for the band. Dylan Minnette has received two Young Artist Awards for his respective roles on Saving Grace and Medium. He has also been nominated for a Young Artist Award for his commendable performance in his first silver screen appearance, Let Me In.

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As he was growing older, he was called as "a child in a grown man's body." From a very tender age, he got teased. In the playground, his friends bullied him. Some even labeled him as an alien. Any new person will term him as "strange". But who knew that he would create a world of comedy. He entertained the global audience irrespective of their language. According to The Observer, he is one of the Top 50 British Comedians. He is well-known with his rubber-faced and alter ego, Mr. Bean. However, his real name is Rowan Atkinson. The very fact that people know him as Mr. Bean, rather than Rowan Atkinson, is a bit difficult for anyone to introduce to people. Rowan Sebastian Atkinson, famously known as Rowan Atkinson, and much more noted with the name Mr. Bean, was born on January 6, 1965, in Consett, County Durham area of England. His father, Eric Atkinson, is a farmer, and his mother is Ella May. His siblings are Paul, Rodney, Rupert. He attended Durham Chorister School, St. Bees School. He had a degree in Electrical Engineering from New Castle University. Then, he studied his Masters in Electrical Engineering from The Queens College, Oxford. He only thought that he will settle in his life being an electrical engineer. Even from his childhood, he never thought that he can be the best comedian in the coming years. Rowan Atkinson used to extend his hand in the Experimental Theater Club in Oxford University Dramatic Society. He met Richard Curtis and Howard Goodall there, being a part of UDS, and they became writer, and composer of music, respectively. After a very brief career in radio in 1976, Rowan Atkinson appeared in the 1979 London Weekend Television's Canned Laughter. Later, he took the role in Not The Nine O’Clock News. After Mr. Bean becoming a famous figure, John Lloyd opined that they never thought that this character will rule the world of comedy in the future. He also took the role in The Blackadder series, starting in 1983, and ending with Blackadder Goes Forth, in 1989. On the eve of New Year in 1990, Rowan Atkinson appeared as Mr. Beans in Thames Television. In 1987, he entertained in Just For Laugh Comedy Festival, in Montreal. In 1997, he played the role of Mr. Bean in Mel Smith's movie, ‘Bean’. Along with Rowan Atkinson, John Mills too starred in the lead roles. From then, Atkinson made an unbeatable career. With his rubber-faced expressions, he made the world laugh with no words. Some of his remembered works include The Lion King, Mr. Bean’s Holiday, in 2007, and Johnny English, in 2003. He tied the knot to Sunetra Sastry in 1990. Very funnily, he is one of the Most Sexiest Actor’s Alive. Some gossips go around stating that Rowan Atkinson is practicing Gangnam Style.

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Rowan Atkinson English Actor