Birthday: 04-11-1896
Date of death: 23-01-1992
Star sign: Sagittarius

Ian Wolfe was born in Illinois, the United States on 4th November 1896. He was an actor by profession and also a theater artist. He was a part of more than 400 films and delivered his best performance in most of them. He was interested in acting since he was a child. He was the industry since 1934 and worked with many great actor and actress and collaborated with many directors and producers. He debuted in the film world with “The Barrett’s of Wimpole Street” but his portrayal of the character did not fetch his popularity neither he came in the eyes of the audience. His next “Mutiny on the Bounty” brought him immense popularity and the audience loved him, and the people started to talk about him.

His other works include Julius Caesar, Saboteur, and Rebel’s without a cause, etc. In 1946, Wolfe portrayed the character of a lawyer trapped in an asylum. Strange activities happened in that place, and they are trying to rebuild the structure for the patients, the story follows how they commit to their promise and end up helping all of them. He is an American by birth, but they usually cast him as an Englishmen because of his exposure and enactment qualities. He was a part of the Sherlock Holmes series that telecasted during the mid of the 19th century. Wolfe was in “ The Lone Ranger” series launched in 1949; he characterized the role of a doctor in one of its episodes.

In it, he plans to camouflage himself as another person and cheat a man by collecting the payment that the actual man was supposed to receive. The show received the highest TRP ratings for that episode. He continued to work in TV series like Bread and Circuses, The Feather and Father Gang, and Wizards and Warriors, etc. Despite his young age, Ian Wolfe looked considerably old and usually played the part of old men in flicks but never gave up acting and continued to perform. He was a medical specialist during the World War I. He was a part of famous Star Trek series. His last appearance happened in the 1990 release, “Dick Tracy”. Apart from acting, he also wrote poetry and published two of them later. He married Elizabeth Schroder in 1924 and had two children with her. In 1992, Ian Wolfe left the world and leftgreat performances for the youngsters to watch and learn from it.

Ian Holm English Actor

Ian Holm

Ian Holm Cuthbertson, famously known as Sir Ian Holm was born on 12 September 1931 in Goodmayes, Essex, England to Scottish parents. His mother, Jean Wilson was a nurse and his father, James Harvey Cuthbert was a psychiatrist. He went to Chigwell School in Essex. In his childhood, his parents used to move to different places and so on an average, he spent most of his time in London. After watching 'Les Miserables', he decided to become an actor in future, and it became his passion later. A great turn in his career was when he visited a dentist. The dentist introduced Holm to Henry Baynton, who is a famous Shakespearean Actor, and who helped him to get admission into Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and this made a big turn in his life. He joined the academy in 1949 and because of continuous interruptions, he managed to complete his graduation by 1953. After his graduation, he never turned back and went forward with all his passion. He was famous in the Royal Shakespeare Company much earlier than he came into films and television. He made himself famous for his minor roles in Oh! What a Lovely War, Mary, Queen of Scots, etc. His first appeared on television as Richard ||| in The War of Roses. But in 1967, he made his presence felt to the audience with his role in the play The Homecoming as Lenny. For this, he won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor. Soon, he appeared in TV mini-series like SadduceeZerah, March or Die, etc. The most acclaimed role was the role of Ash, in Ridley Scott's Alien(1979). His role of Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire earned him many awards. His remarkable characters appear in the films like Time Bandits(1981), Lord of the Apes(1984) and Terry Gilliam'sBrazil. Ian Holm worked for television series, films, stage shows and dramas. So he is known to people of different spheres. Even Holm was honored for his roles on various platforms.   He was awarded the BAFTA Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Bofors Gun(1968). Ian Holm was nominated for Oscar Awards for the Best Actor in the supporting role for the role of Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Life (1981). He also worked for some prestigious movies like Alice in Wonderland, Dreamchild, etc. He was nominated for the BAFTA awards for the TV series Game, Set and Match. For the movies like The Fifth Element, Hereafter, he received a remarkable acceptance for his acting. Recently he also appeared in many well-known films. He didn't have a very successful life as a person. He was married four times, and he divorced thrice. He has five children.

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Iko Uwais

Iko Uwais is a Film star from Indonesia. He was born in Jakarta of Indonesia. His parents are Mustapha and Maisyaroh. H. Achmad Bunawar, who was his grandfather, was a master of Silat and founded a Silat school. With acting, he also does stunts, choreography and is also a martial artist. Iko is well known for starring in action movies like Star Wars, The Raid: Redemption, Merantau, The Raid 2: Berandal and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While talking about his career, the credit of his entry to film line goes to his hard work and off course to his good looks. In 2007, Gareth Evans, who is a director by profession, was once in training hall of Iko and was doing a project of filming documentation on Silat. There he found Iko looking fabulous in front of a camera and found him to be very devoted. Then this director decided to cast Iko for Merantau, the first movie of martial art. In this film, Iko was in leading role. Iko signed a contract for five years with his company and after than he gave resignation from the old job, where he was an operational driver in Asia, a firm in telecoms, where he was working in day shifts. In Indonesia, On 6 August 2009, Merantau was released. This movie was also a part in South Korea and South film festivals named Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival and South Festival in Austin, Texas respectively. There were highly positive reviews about the movie in the festival. In a fest in 2010, this film won an award for best film. Inui Takumi, who is a reviewer for movies in Risingsuntokusatsu.com, said that Iko took the charm of innocence in his movie that was a plus point for him. He said that surely director of a film would have got fascinated by Iko’s enthusiasm as well as personality. He looked for quality of star in him and therefore started working immediately on him. With this, he added, that his looks and his god gifted talent would take him in a status of martial art legend. Iko’s second project with Evans was for the film, The Raid. The shooting began in 2011, mid of March and this movie came to cinemas in the mid of 2012. In various festivals, this film was praised as the best film in martial arts. He joined Evans in the third project in the film Raid 2. While talking about his personal life, he married singer Audy, on June 25, 2012, in Jakarta at Hotel Gran Mahakam.

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