Eli Wallach (Eli Herschel Wallach) has been recognized as one of the greatest ‘character actors’ ever to grace the stage and screen. He was an American film, television and stage actor and his career in the acting industry spanned over six decades. He has more than 90 film credits. He was trained as a stage actor, and that is what he enjoyed most. He was often seen co-starring with his wife Anne Jackson on stage, and together they became one of the most eminent acting couples in the American theater. Wallach, famous for his method acting studied under Sanford Meisner for the same. Later, he founded the Actors Studio along with other founding members and started studying acting under Lee Strasberg. He was very versatile in his method of acting. And this versatility made him able to play a wide range of roles throughout his career span. His roles were mainly of the supporting kind. His debut screen performance in Baby Doll earned him a BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer for the role played by him. He also received a Golden Globe nomination for the same. Besides this, he has been famous for his roles as Calvera in The Magnificent Seven (1960), Guido in The Misfits (1961), and Tuco ("The Ugly") in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966).

Furthermore, his roles as outlaw Charlie Gant in How The West Was Won (1962), Don Altobello in The Godfather Part III, Cotton Weinberger in The Two Jakes (both 1990), and Arthur Abbott in The Holiday(2006) have also been most noteworthy. He is considered to be one of America’s most fructuous actors on screen. He has marked his presence by remaining active well into his nineties. He has had roles in movies such as Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and The Ghost Writer which have been as recent as 2010. For such contribution to the film industry, Wallach received an Academy Honorary Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2010. He has been the recipient of the BAFTA Awards, Tony Awards and Emmy Awards for the work he put in over the years. Wallach’s death was due to natural causes. He died at the age of 98 on June 24, 2014.

Chris Noth English Actor

Chris Noth

Chris Noth is an American actor who is best known for his roles as an NYPD Detective Mike Logan in the television series, Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Another important role played by him was the enigmatic Mr. Big on the show Sex and the City, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. At present, he stars in the legal drama series The Good Wife. For this role too, he was nominated for a Golden Globe. Born as Christopher David Noth in Madison, Wisconsin, he was one of the three sons of Jeanne L. Parr, who was a former WCBS weather reporter and Charles James Noth, who sold insurance and was an executive in marketing. He has German and Irish ancestry and has spent a lot of his childhood years traveling with his mother and brothers throughout Spain, Czechoslovakia and the United Kingdom. Noth did his undergraduate studies at Marlboro College and got his MFA from Yale School of Drama. He was a pupil of Sanford Meisner, who was his acting coach, and he acted in around 25 plays during his time at Yale. Noth started out by playing minor roles in movies like Smithereens (1982) and Baby Boom (1987). He later was cast in Hill Street Blues in its sixth season in 1986. He slowly started to gain recognition from both critics and fans when the show Law & Order was broadcast on NBC in 1990. However due to some differences between him and the show’s creator Dick Wolf, Noth got fired from the show in 1995. Noth’s next major role was that of Mr. Big on HBO’s Sex and the City. His role was that of Carrie Bradshaw’s boyfriend, and he played it for six years. During this period, he also appeared in a small role in the movie Cast Away (2000) and starred in a Broadway revival of The Best Man. In 2005, Noth reprised his role of Detective Mike Logan in the spin-off series Law & Order: Criminal Intent in its fifth season. He appeared in the Sex and the City movie and its 2010 sequel as well, playing the role of Mr. Big. As of now, he stars with Julianna Marguiles in the legal drama series The Good Wife which CBS first aired in 2009. Noth became the spokesperson for a line of male skincare products called Biotherm for the North American market. He also made an appearance in the theater festival Plaza Del Sol, which took place in Napa Valley, California in 2013.


Warren Buffet

Warren Buffet or Warren Edward Buffet is a business tycoon, a philanthropist and an investor from America. He is often titled as the successful investors of all times. Warren Buffet is the CEO, chairman and shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway. He has been continuously ranked as the wealthiest man on the face of the earth. In the year 2008, he was named by Time as the wealthiest person in the world and 2015; he was the third wealthiest. He is also one of the influential people of the world. Despite his wealthy status, he has always been referred to as the Oracle of Omaha, Sage of Omaha and Wizard of Omaha due to his ethical business practices. His down to earth was notable when he pledged to give about 99% of his fortune to the cause of philanthropy. In the year, 2012 Warren buffet was diagnosed with the deadly disease, cancer. He is also an active face in the political realm. Buffet endorsed Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for 2016 presidential elections. Born in Omaha, Warren Buffet is of French descent. He was the son of Howard Buffet and Leila. He started his education at Rose Hill Elementary School. Warren’s father was an active member of United States Congress. Later he attended Alice Deal Junior High School. He displayed enthusiasm in math, investing and business at an early age. Buffet began business by selling chewing gums, weekly magazines and Coca-Cola Bottles door to door. He also worked in his grandfather’s shop, selling groceries. Even at high school, he earned money by selling golf stamps and balls and delivering newspapers. Buffet and his friend also successfully ventured into the business of barbershop, which was later sold to a war veteran for $1200. He was keenly interested in continuing his business, but under pressure from his father, Buffet joined Wharton School, and afterward graduated in business administration from the University of Nebraska. He didn’t get an admission into the most coveted universities in the world, Harvard Business School. He enrolled at the Colombia Business School and pursued Masters in economics. In the year 1962, Warren Buffet became a billionaire due to his partnerships that had an excess of $7,178,500, out of which Buffet owed a sum of $1,025,000. Buffet merged all these partnerships into one. He invested and took the leadership of Berkshire Hathaway, a textile manufacturing firm. He then started buying shares from Seabury Stanton. Later Buffet claimed that venturing into textile manufacturing has been his worst business. He also announced his investment in a private company owned by Baltimore department store, Hochschild, Kohn and Co. In the year 1949, Buffet fell in love with a young woman, Susan Thompson. He had a passion for playing instruments like Ukulele, and it is his interest that led to their affair and consequently marriage. It is said that Buffet often plays the Ukulele during stockholder meetings. The couple has three kids, Howards, Susie and Peter. Later in 1977, Buffet and Susan lived separately until latter’s death. The buffet was earning an annual salary of $100,000 in 2006 and an amount of $175,000 in 2007. But still he continues to live in the same house in the neighborhood of Omaha. Apart from that house he also owns a costly one near Laguna Beach, California.

Warren Buffet English Actor