Murray was born in Pittsburgh but raised in Texas to a mechanic, Fredrick Abraham, and a home-maker, Josephine. His father migrated from Syria during the famine period in the 1920s. His mother had an Italian-American background. To honour his father, Fredrick, Abraham added an ‘’F’’ to his screen name. He began working the film industry from 1971 and his first film was a comedy called They Might Be Giants. He had a continuous workflow of acting parts and voice-over jobs in commercials and other gigs. He also did television roles in an episode of Kojak in 1973 along with an unaccredited role in the movie Serpico.

He also had several small roles in movies like All President’s Men, The Sunshine Boys, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, The Big Fix, etc. He took a break from these small roles from 1978 till 1983 because he was frustrated with the lack of substantial roles. He was disappointed with the response he was getting and he felt like his acting skills were not being appreciated enough. During this phase, he became a house-husband while his wife Kate Hannan took up a job to support their household. Although this change contradicted with the macho ideology, he felt great for it to have happened.

In 1983, he returned to doing movies with a film called Scarface and to voice-overs by giving his voice to the Fruit of the Loom commercials. He gained true appreciation in the year 1984 when he won an Academy Award along with a Golden Globe Award for his role in the movie called Amadeus. That role is still considered iconic but the winning of the Oscar award was considered to have jinxed his career. The gossip was so far spread that many called the situation of facing a failure after an early success the F. Murray Abraham Syndrome. After the Oscar-winning performance, he was seen in a few more highlighted roles like in Mighty Aphrodite by Woody Allen, Star Trek: Insurrection and Finding Forrester.

He also had an unaccredited role in The Bonfire of the Vanities due to some contract issues. Major changes were seen in his career since 2009 when he first appeared on Saving Grace as a guest and then later on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Good Wife and Louie. He was also the narrator on the show Nature and narrated around 33 episodes. The highlight of his TV career was when he was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2015 for his role as a black ops specialist in Homeland. Recently he has done movies like Inside Llewyn Davis and The Grand Budapest Hotel. He has two children from his first marriage along with a grandchild.

Ezra Miller English Actor

Ezra Miller

Born in Wyckoff, New Jersey, Ezra Miller is an American actor, singer, and model, who is best recalled for his role in the movie, “Perks of Being a Wallflower” as Patrick, a homosexual high school going teenager, opposite Logan Lerman and Emma Watson. At the age of six, he started to get trained as an opera singer, but only because he wanted to fix the speech impairment he possessed. He has been a part of the Metropolitan Opera, and also performed in the premiere of the opera, “White Raven”. He withdrew from the education aspect of his life after the release of the movie, “Afterschool”, which was sort of an inaugurating ceremony to his acting career. After the first movie, other movies in which he has featured are, “City Island”, “Beware the Gonzo”, “Every Day”. Further, he starred in one of the book adaptations of Lionel Shriver in the year 2003; the movie was called, “We Need to Talk About Kevin.” This project was remarkably hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Ezra Miller also got to be a part of the popular comedy television series, “Californication”, and was featured on “Royal Pains” as Tucker Bryant for two seasons. In the year 2014, he also starred in the historical adaptation of the book called, “Madame Bovary” by the same name, where he played the role of a handsome bachelor named, Leon Dupuis. News around the globe is that he is to be The Flash (Barry Allen) in a movie reworking of the DC Comics character, “The Flash”, which is all ready to be released in the year 2018. Ezra Miller’s sexuality isn’t straight as a ruler, given that he himself claimed to be attracted to both the sexes and believes in spreading the message of love. He was also pulled over by the police for a broken brake light (the year 2011) and allegedly, he had with him, 20 grams of marijuana. He was initially convicted of the charge of drug possession, a charge that was consequently dropped by the judge. However, he had to pay the price of $600.


Fabrice Luchini

Fabrice Luchini was born on 1st November 1951, in the city of Paris, into an Italian immigrant family from Assisi, who were greengrocers. He grew up in the neighbourhood of Goutte d'Or in Paris 18 arrondissement. When he was 13 years, his mother apprenticed him to the son of the barber,"Fabrice", instead of his own name "Robert". During this time he had developed an immense attention towards literature. His passion for soul music made him a regular of disco. In the year 1969, this is the place where he met Philippe Labro who offered him a role in the movie "Tout Peut Arriver". Under the guidance of Jean-Laurent Cochet, he studied acting. However, it was the movie "Le Genou De Claire" in the year 1970, in which he had been offered a shrimpy role of an adolescent, in which he collaborated with 'Eric Rohmer', made him famous. He later also wrote with Rohmer in movies like Perceval le Gallois and Les Nuits De La Pleine Lune. He also worked with other directors like Pierre Zucca, Nagisa Oshima, Claude Lelouch, Edward Molinaro and Cedric Klapisch. In 1990, he appeared in the movie "Christian Vincents La Discrete". The preface of two books namely, "A La Rencontre De Sacha Guitry" and "Seul Avec Tous" has been written by Luchini, in the year 2010. He collaborated with Philippe Muray, in a book published by Les Cashiers. Also in 2012, he released variations on CD and DVD on Universal Music France. He had also awarded the following: Prix Jean Gabin in 1991, Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1994, Prix Du Brigadier in 2002 and Silver George, in the year 2007. He had worked at many theatres and in movies. Some of his noteworthy screenplays and shows are “In the House” released in the year 2012, 'Le Secret' released in the year 1987, ‘Art’ turned-out in the year 1994. Some of his latest releases are “Slack Bay” in this year and L' Hermine in the previous year. He is one of the well-known actors in French cinema, and also in one of his interviews confessed that he is more attached to the theatre and in a very precise manner his very own show, which is now in France and may come to New York soon. Elaine Sciolino called Fabrice Luchini as a French Actor who delicately balances comedy and drama in an Article. He has done 50 movies in which most of were a hit. He played many roles such as that of Percival. His life changing moment which brought him to this silver screen industry came when he was just a teenager and met the director 'Eric Rohmer' and offered a small role in his movie "Claire Knee". It seems that he had mastered himself in balancing the frail mixture between drama and comedy, and so the blend could be seen in his performances. In a romantic comedy by Patrice Leconte's "Intimate Strangers" released in the year 2004 where he played the role of a very successful but desolate tax lawyer who had mistaken for a psychiatrist by an unsatisfied woman who was wanting his help. Luchini is among those French performers, who can move smoothly from stand-up comedy to films and back, but who is not well known outside France. Luchini, a fluid dancer and a singer, once mentioned that he had influenced by James Brown, who he had seen in Olympia at a concert when he was 15. He said that he want to perform in the Comedy Franchise one day. But that theatre acquires actors only with hard-boiled classical edification and vigorous sharpening. He has demonstrated his best to convince the directors to give him an opportunity. He said that he went to the Comedy Franchise because he knew that, the cinema doesn't help an actor to blossom". A performer leads a comfortable and a contended life. He told them that he was passionate about Moliere, about Corneille. He said that please be good, let me in, because I could do very well. He had rudely refused twice. He also indicated that since, the very 18 century, there had been no real intellectual in France. He dismays the veto, even as they agony him. Along with he also promises that he could sacrifice everything for his dream.

Fabrice Luchini English Actor