Emil Marwa is a British actor. He is of Asian/ Indian ethnicity. His mother is of Norwegian (Norway) ancestry, and his father is a Sikh from Kenya. Emil was brought up in London, England. He has done a three-year course in acting from Rose Bruford College, a drama school in London, England in 2006. Emil has been a part of some famous plays, some of them are- Victory produced by Arcola Theatre, directed by Amelia Nicholson as Nodd/ Feak/ Shake; The 11th Capital produced by Royal Court Theatre, directed by Natalie Abrahami as thief/ carpenter, Hijra presented by Plymouth/ The Bush, directed by Ian Brown as Nils, All’s Well That Ends Well as Bertram produced by Oxford Stage Company, directed by Irina Brook, East is East as Maneer Khan produced by Birmingham Rep Tour, directed by Kristine Landon- Smith, Simple Past staged by The Gate, directed by Peter Dominique, acted as Nagib, Gift produced by White Bear, directed by Lisa Carter, performed as Eos, Gum & Goo produced by Bird’s Nest Theatre, directed by Dave Lovatt, enacted as Gum, and Europe Now produced by Arcola Theatre, directed by Lerzan Pamir, and represented as Murat.

In the television industry, he has performed various characters in different directions. His performances include: Baron Von Racalud in Young Dracula by Josh Dynevor on BBC, Mazzotta in Zen by Chris Menaul on BBC, Han in Waterloo Road by Robert Knights on Shed Productions, Rory in Grange Hill on BBC, Ranjit in Eastenders by Gareth Tucker on BBC, Monogram in Out of Hours by Robin Shepherd, Karl in Dangerfield by Delyth Thomas on BBC, Muzzy in City Central by Delyth Thomas, Akram in Stan The Man by Nigel Douglas, Bodily Harm by Joe Wright Joe Wright is a British director born on 25th of A >> Read More... , Rahim in Casualty by Graham Moore, Norbury in Real Men by Sally Aprahamian, Brandon in Dalziel & Pascoe by David Wheatley, and Ajesh in No Angels by Minky Spiro. His other works in TV comprise of ‘Passers By’ by Dave Morrisey, ‘The Grid’ by Mikael Salomon, ‘Walking The Dead’ by Philipa Langdale, ‘Holby City’ by Nigel Douglas, ‘Hustle’ by Colm McCarthy, ‘Banglatown Banquet’ by Hettie McDonald, ‘Murphy’s Law’ by Colm McCarthy, ‘Trevor Island’ by Dermot Canterbury, and ‘The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury’ by Delyth Thomas as Mr. Chattergy. Emil Marwa is mainly recognised for his role as Maneer/ Muneer in 1999 movie East is East by Damien O’ Donnel. Various films to his credit also include Sari & Trainers in 1999, The Last Yellow by Julian Farino Julian Farino is an acclaimed director and produce >> Read More... in 1999, The Darkest Light in 1999, The Guru by Daisy Von Scherler Mayer in 2002, Death of Klinghoffer in 2002, Izzat by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen in 2005, Love Me Still by Danny Hiller in 2008, Tuesday in 2008, A Distant Mirage in 2008, Doghouse by Jake West in 2009, West is West (sequel to the East is East) by Andy De – emmony in 2010, and The Physician by Phillipp Stolzl in 2012. Emil also did a short film The Woods by Urula Rami Sarma in 2012 as a doctor. He was also a member of cast Club le Monde, Code 46, and Four Brothers and a Funeral. Emil got four Amanda nominations for his role of Wasim in Izzat. His hobbies are tennis, hiking, swimming, scuba diving, and travelling.

He can ride horses and camels. He is married.

Elliott Gould English Actor

Elliott Gould

Elliot Gould is an actor in America and took birth on 29th August 1938. During the 1960’s, he started his career in Hollywood as an actor. With addition to performing in the comedy “Bob And Carol And Ted And Alice” in 1969, he was nominated for “Best Supporting Actor” award. He also did important roles in the movie “Mash”, a direction of Robert Atman which was released during 1970, then in the sitcom “Friends” during 1994-2003, where he did the role of Jack Geller and in 2001 in the movie ‘Ocean’s Eleven’, then in 2004 in ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ and in 2007 in the movie “Ocean’s Thirteen”. Coming to his early life, he took birth in New York. His mother, Lucille Raver, was indulged in the business of selling flowers for beauty shops and his father, Bernard Goldstein was into the business of buying textile. His grandparents used to stay in Russia earlier and took an immigration from there. He completed his graduation from “Professional Children’s School”, which was established in 1914. He began his career in the late 1950s in the theatre “Broadway”. Then he performed in the sound track “I can get it for you wholesale” in which Harold Rome worked as a lyricist during 1962. Other musical performances by him include Drat! The Cat!, lyrics written by Ira Levin, Little Murders which is a comedy movie, ‘Say, Darling’ which is also a play etc. For Little Murders, he even bought the rights related to screen and along with acting in this movie, he also worked as the producer. Then in 1969, his acting in the comedy “Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice” was a great success. He has even received the Best Supporting Actor award. Then he soon became the most known actor during 1970. His most famous 1970 role is in the movie “MASH”. He even got the cover page position in the magazine “TIME”. It was about the time, when he was in the highest position of his career and it called him “the star of uptight age”. During 1973, in the movie “The Long Goodbye”, he played the role of a detective. He has done the hosting for “Saturday Night Live” six times. In 1980, he did two movies for Disney- “The Last Flight Of Noah’s Ark” in 1980 and in 1981, “The Devil And Max Devlin”. Some of his other roles are- “A Bridge Too Far” during 1977, Capricorn One during 1978 and The Lady Vanishes during 1979. From 1984-1985, he has performed for the series “E.R.”. He also had regular appearance in the sitcom “Mulaney”, a situational comedy of America. Then in 2005, he played a guest star in ‘Poirot’. Currently, he is the board of director at national level for Screen Actors Guild. About his personal life, he is a Jewish and did marry three times. He actually, as a matter of fact, married the same woman two times. From March 21, 1963 to 9th July in 1971, he stayed with Barbara and this couple had one son Jason Gould, who also turned out to be an actor. Then was married to Jennifer Bogart from December 8, 1973 to 9th June 1978. They both took divorce for two times. This couple gave birth to two children. He is also famous for being in charitable causes like Save Ellis Island, which was founded in 1999.


Mark Hamill

Mark Richard Hamil, also known as Mark Hamill is a famous American writer, actor, producer, voice actor, and director. He became famous for his portrayal in the trilogy of Star Wars namely, Star Wars, Return of the Jedi, and The Empire Strikes Back in the years 1977, 1983 and 1980. His parents are William Thomas Hamill, U.S. Navy captain, and Virginia Suzanne. He has two brothers and four sisters, a total of six siblings. He was a Roman Catholic. He went to Poe Middle School and Walsingham Academy during his elementary years. He later moved to Castleton Drive's 5900 block when he was 11 years old, in California, San Diego. There he went to Hale Junior High School. When he was at the James Madison High School, his family shifted to Virginia. Hamill studied at Annandale High School. He attended the Drama Club, in which he was a member too at the Nile C. Kinnick High School when his father was transferred to Japan. He completed his graduation in the year 1969. He enrolled at the LACC, Los Angeles City College. His career initially included recurring roles in the General Hospital of soap opera, and a lead role on the sitcom named The Texas Wheelers. He also appeared as a guest on shows like The Bill Cosby Show, One Day at a Time, and The Partridge Family. He also appeared in some multiple films on the television like The City, etc. Robert Englund, an American actor, was walking across the place where auditions for Star Wars were taking place. He suddenly realized that his friend, Hamill would be the perfect person for Luke Skywalker's role. Hamill attended the audition upon Englund's suggestion and was happy to win the character. Star Wars was a big success, which made a big impact on the cinema industry. He appeared in 1978 in the Star Wars Holiday Special and also starred the series Return of Jedi, and The Empire Strikes back. He bagged the Saturn Award for his acting. In the year 2014, he voiced Darth Bane, the fictional character, in the last episode of The Clone Wars. He became very famous, and people identified him with the role named Luke Skywalker and hence, became a teen idol. His photo appeared on many teen magazine covers like Tiger Beat, etc. He later appeared in Corvette Summer in the year 1978, and in the year 1980, he also appeared in the film The Big Red One. He also made guest appearance on the show named The Muppet Show. He appeared in other films like The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia and Britannia Hospital in the years 1981 and 1982 respectively. He also acted like a star in plays like The Elephant Man, Amandeus, Harrigan 'N Hart, Room Service, and The Nerd in the years 1979, 1983, 1985, and 1986 respectively. He also appeared in the television series and serial episodes like Amazing Stories in the year 1986, The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents in the year 1987. In 1989, he did role in a film named Slipstream. He was the hero of many films like the Thriller Midnight Ride, Hamilton, The Guyver, etc. throughout the 1990s. He also acted as a supervillain in the film named Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back in the year 2001. He was the director and star of Comic Book: The Movie in the year 2004. He acted as a villain in the year 2011 for the fifth season of the show named Chuck of NBC. He also appeared in the eighth season of Criminal Minds, a television series in its last two episodes. He did not appear in any live action movies for many years till 2011. In the year 2012, he acted in two live action movies namely Airborne and Sushi Girl. In 2015, he played the role of James Arnold in the movie named Kingsman: The Secret Service. His upcoming film in the year 2016 is Minkow, which is an independent film. The film is about Barry Minkow's life. He is a famous con man. Hamill's role is the father of Minkow, named Robert Minkow. He played a joker role in the year 1992 for the first time in the series named Batman: The Animated Series. He voiced the roles of jokers in five episodes of the American animated television series named The New Batman Adventures, and Justice League, and in one episode of American animated television series named Static Shock. In a few video games with Batman theme, he portrayed the Joker, some of the notable works included The Batman Vengeance, The Adventures of Batman and Robin and also in Batman: Arkham Asylum. He was nominated for the awards like Annie Awards for the portrayal of his role for the award named Interactive Achievement Award and also for another award named Spike Video Game Award. He also won British Academy Video Game Award for being the best performer. He worked as a co-writer of the comic book named The Black Pearl. He also wrote stories like Catastrophe in Substitute Springfields for Simpsons Comics.

Mark Hamill English Actor