Horacio Sanz or Horatio Sanz is an actor from Chile as well as comedian located in United States. People know him best for his role in aired between 1988 and 2006. Born on June 4, 1969 in Santiago, Chile, Horatio was the youngest of the three sons to Sylvia and Carlos Sanz. Horatio was born with the talent of acting.

He recognized this gift at a very young age and started polishing his skills in Chicago, where he succeeded in pleasing the audience in various theatres namely The Court Theatre and The Second City. Along with many others, he was a founder of Upright Citizens Brigade Sketch Comedy and Improv Troupe. One of his works includes a brief role in a television sitcom The Motherhood in the year 2009, in which he played a role of a male nanny also known as Manny. Along with his SNL co-star he featured on Big Lake which was aired on Comedy Central. Being initially overweight Sanz flabbergasted his fans by making his public appearance after losing 100 pounds in a year. He credited abstinence from alcohol the prime reason for his weight loss. Lately, he has started his own podcast, The Hooray Show, on Earwolf Podcasting Networks. 

Although, he is not that tall (5 foot 8 inches) but there’s something to his personality that adds to his charms. People usually call him “mad man” because of his instantaneous ways. He’s never low spirited on the sets, and is always full of energy on the stage. He’s fond of listening to raps while staying up late at night. Though he never got the chance of starring as the lead actor in any of the movie, but he always succeeded at making a mark through his acting skills. He is presently married to Jenn Schatz who is an actress plus a writer, mainly known for her works like Bachelorette (2012), Splinterheads(2009) and Joshy(2016). The couple is presently living in New York City.
Hiroyuki Sanada English Actor

Hiroyuki Sanada

Hiroyuki Sanada was born on the 12th of October, 1960 in Tokyo. Sanada's father died when he was 11. Sanada joined the Japan Action Club, organized and run by Sonny Chiba, when he was 12. He is known as one of the most talented actors in Japan. He was married to Satomi Tezuka and later got divorced after their 7-years of marriage in 1997. His Ex-wife has custody of their two sons. He is a Graduate of Nihon University, Film Department. He is a close friend of action icon Etsuko 'Sue' Shiomi. Sanada made his English language film debut in the movie “The White Countess”. At a very young age he joined the Japan Action Club, a training school for aspiring martial arts film actors and stunt performers started by legendary Japanese film actor Sonny Chiba. He made his film debut when he was 5 in Game of Chance (1965). He has enlightened audiences around the world with his talent, skills to act and versatility in such an internationally acclaimed motion pictures as The Last Samurai, co-starring Tom Cruise, and Yoji Yamada's 2004 Oscar-nominated film, The Twilight Samurai. Sanada has also filmed a role in the science fiction adventure film Sunshine, directed by Danny Boyle. Even in the movie The Rush Hour 3 he played the character of a lead villain opposite Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. He began starring in bigger movies, including the influential Japanese horror film "Ring". He starred in the X-Men franchise, The Wolverine (2013) and more recently, in The Railway Man (2014), and in the movie Mr. Holmes as Tamiki Umezaki. Sanada also reunited with James Ivory in 2007 for the movie City Of Your Final Destiny in which he stars opposite Anthony Hopkins.


Hugh Dancy

Hugh Dancy aka Hugh Michael Horace Dancy is an actor, born in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England. His mother Sarah Ann works in academic printing, and his father Jonathan Peter Dancy is a theorist and writer. Hugh has a younger brother Jack who is co-director of the travel company Trufflepig Travel and a younger sister Kate. He attended Edenhurst Preparatory School then attended boarding school at the Dragon School in Oxford then attended Winchester College. Later he went on to study English under poet and playwright Francis Warner at St Peter's College, Oxford. After completing his graduation, he moved to London where by chance he met casting director Ross Hubbard and agent Dallas, who signed him. In 1999, he played the character of Danny in the second series of Cold Feet. His most remembered performances include Prince Charmont from the 2004 Disney film Ella Enchanted and Galahad in King Arthur. One of his movies, "Adam" was premiered at Sundance Festival in 2009. His theater appearances include Sam Mendes’s David Copperfield (2000) and BBC’s Madame Bovary (2000). Dancy will be appearing in “The path” alongside Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan in his next film. Dancy was nominated for many awards and has won the award for Best Actor in a television series for Hannibal in 2003. He has English and a small amount of Welsh and Scottish descent. Dancy married Claire Danes in 2009 in France. On 17 December 2012, the couple had their first child Cyrus Michael Christopher Dancy. His famous quotes include “Acting is not very good for relationships - but very good for when they are over”.

Hugh Dancy English Actor