Ewan Gordon McGregor is a Scottish actor, born on 31st March 1971, in Scotland. Carol, his mother, is a deputy headmistress at Kingspark School in Dundee whereas James Charles Stewart McGregor, his father, is a vocational advisor of Morrison’s Academy, Crieff.

His elder brother Colin works in the Royal Air Force as a pilot. Actor Denis Lawson is his nephew and Sheila Gish, his niece. Ewan attended the Morrison’s Academy. He left the school at the age of 16, and worked at the Perth Repertory Theatre as a stagehand and pursued a basic drama course from Kirkcaldy College of Technology.

Ewan moved to London, two years later, for studying drama at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In 1993, he won debut role in the TV show ‘Lipstick on Your Collar’. He appeared in Danny Boyle’s comedy crime drama film Trainspotting (1996); wherein he played the character of Mark Renton, a drug addict. It was the highest grossing British Film of 1996.

It received universal appreciation from critics. Ewan won many awards including the Empire Award and British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for the Best Actor for his performance in the movie. He also worked in the hit film ‘Moulin Rouge’ (2001); wherein he portrayed the character of Christian, a dejected British writer.

The National Board of Review selected this movie as the best film of 2001.In 2002, he achieved the Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture. He also sang a song with her co-star Nicole Kidman Pronounced as one of the sexiest women alive and a >> Read More... in this movie. In 1995, Ewan married to Eve Mavrakis, a French production designer and gave birth to three daughters, Clara Mathilde, Esther Rose and Anouk.

They also adopted a girl named Jamyang from Mongolia, in 2006. He had one cancerous mole below his right eye which got removed with the help of doctors. On Empire magazine ‘The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time’ list in 1997, Ewan was ranked #36. In the 2013 New Year Honours, he was appointed as the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to drama and charity. In 2009 and 2010, he hosted the Annual Hollywood Gala for GO Campaign. Since his childhood, he loves motorcycling and has participated in a few motorbike trips.

Eugene Levy English Actor

Eugene Levy

Eugene Levy is an actor from Canada and is a comedian, producer, director, musician and writer. He is famous for his role of Noah Levenstein in American Pie Series. He is the only actor who has appeared in all the films of American Pie franchise. He has appeared in more than 50 movies out of which seven has grossed to 100 million dollars regarding collection. He was born in Hamilton and was raised as a Jewish. He went to Westdale Secondary School and attended McMaster University. His mother happened to be a housewife, and his father worked at an automobile plant as a foreman. He started his careers with supporting roles with nerdish shades. His humorous style of excessive explanations and the way he acts in sticky situations is what makes people admire him. In most of his movies, he has played supportive roles but in 1968’s ‘Armed and Dangerous’ and 2005’s ‘The Man’, he played the leading role. In 1990’s, he appeared in National Lampoon’s Vacation followed by Club Paradise and Stay Tuned. He played a substantial role in Multiplicity and critically acclaimed Splash. Levy got married to Deborah Divine in 1977. They have two children from this marriage. They have a daughter and a son named Sarah and Daniel. In 2003, he was awarded Grammy award for best song written. He has won Canadian Comedy Award multiple times. On May 3, 2008, the Governor of Canada presented him with Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards(GGPAA), a lifetime achievement award considered Canada’s “most prestigious awards”. In 2011, he was appointed as the member of the Order of Canada for his contributions as a comic actor and his dedication to charitable causes.