Jason Flemyng, born on 25th September 1966, is the son of English film and television director Gordon Flemyng. He is an English actor, mainly known for his roles in British Films and Hollywood Productions. His lust for acting revealed at a very early age when he decided to join theatrical productions in school. In 80's, he was involved with National Youth Theatre and towards politics as well. He later claimed that his theater and political approach was just to meet new girls.

In 1990, he joined London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and after that Royal Shakespeare Company. After attending them, in 1992, he got his first cameo role in an American TV Series named The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. After that, from 1993 to 1996 he was made a regular actor in another TV series Dr. Finlay. Soon, in 1994 he landed a role in The Jungle Book, this was his debut on big screen. After that, he was recognized more for his roles in Hollow Reed (1996) and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998). He appeared in many movies after that like, Red Violin (1998), Deep Rising (1998). He also got broke one-time playing poker with the film backers, he had to finish a movie's last four days, for free. He worked in Snatch (2000) and Rock Star (2001)as well.

In early 00's, he worked on some big budget movies with some superstars. From Hell with Johnny Depp An iconic award-winning-actor that doesn’t watches >> Read More... Johnny Depp andThe League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with Sean Connery Think of “legend” and define thy word, this man ha >> Read More... Sean Connery . In 2005, he was seen in Transporter 2 with Jason Statham “Dominick Toretto, you don’t know me…you’re about >> Read More... Jason Statham . Some of his hit movies were Mirrors (2008), The Curious case of Benjamin Button (2008), Clash of the Titans (2010), Kick-ass (2010), The Social Network Click to look into! >> Read More... The Social Network (2010), X-men: First Class (2011).

Jason Bateman English Actor

Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman, born on 14th of January, 1969, is a director, producer and a critically acclaimed actor who rose to fame from very early age. He started his career with a cereal TV commercial for Golden Grahams in 1980. After that, Bateman got a role in a sitcom named Little House on the Prairie. He worked on another TV show Silver Spoons from 1982 to 1984. In 1984, he appeared in many small roles on TV shows like Knight Rider. In the same year, he also worked in a lead role on a short TV series, It's Your Move for a year. In 1987, he was seen on Win, Lose or Draw, in their inaugural week. In mid-80's, he earned the status of a teen idol. And this happened because of his role as David Hogan on The Hogan Family (Valerie). For this role, he was critically acclaimed, and also became the youngest director at the age of 18, as he directed three of the episodes of The Hogan Family. He was on the show, till it ran its course. After this show, in 1987, he landed his first movie role, in Teen Wolf Too, although it was a box-office failure. After that he was seen in some more movies, Moving Target (1988), Necessary Roughness (1991), Breaking the Rules (1992) along with acting on some short, one season TV series as well, Simon, George, and Leo, Some Of My Best Friends and Chicago Sons. The director inside of him tried to come out once again, as he directed one of the episodes of Two Of a Kind in 1999. In 2002, he was seen in the movie The Sweetest Thing. He worked hard in many films, but what gave him high recognition and fame were a comedy series, Arrested Development in 2002. The series was very well known and loved by critics as well, but couldn't ever receive high ratings, and was forced to shut down in 2006. This show brought Bateman many awards. The best being, Golden Globe for Best Actor in a television series Musical or Comedy. In 2005, he was also on the nomination of Emmy Award, for the same comedy series. The show was revived again in 2013, on viewers' request. He appeared in many blockbuster movies with many big stars. He was in Hancock beside Will Smith, the Switch, Horrible Bosses and Horrible Bosses 2 with Jennifer Aniston, Smoking Aces with Ben Affleck. His Identity Thief was also one of the successful movies on the box-office. He gave his voice for Arthur and the Invisibles, A LEGO Brickumentary and Zootopia.Awards: TV Land Awards for Future Classic for Arrested Development in 2004, Global Globe Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy in 2005, Satelite Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical in 2005. He also acted in TV sitcom named Shaka Laka Boom-Boom, as Vijay

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Jason O Mara

Jason O’Mara was born to Irish parents. While he was a kid, he was very much interested in rugby like most of the Irish do but then he suffered a terrible injury and left the sport. While he was in school, he took part in a school play and fell in love with it. He then went to Trinity College where he got a degree in Dramatics. After finishing his degree, he joined The Royal Shakespeare and was involved in some notable performances like Much Ado About Nothing and also The Comedy of Errors, which are available on tape. Jason did a lot of theatre work in London and Dublin in his initial years, and some of his works include The Jew of Malta and Popcorn. In Irish Theatre Awards of 2002, Jason was nominated in the category of Best Supporting Actor for his role of John in bash. He also played a role in Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming, which was showcased in three cities including London, Dublin and also at the Lincoln Centre in New York. After that, he was then seen in many BBC TV series such as the Berkley Square, Playing the Field, Monarch of the Glen and High Stakes while playing the roles of Ned Jones, Lee Quinn, Fergal MacLure, and Greg Hayden respectively. He then made his debut in American TV shows with HBO’s Band of Brothers as First Lieutenant Thomas Meehan III. During 2002, he shot in the pilot of Eastwick as Presidio Med for Fox but then chose to play A.B. Stiles in The Agency. While shooting for The Agency, he met Paige Turco, and the couples got married in 2003 and now are blessed with a son by the name of David. During 2003, Jason starred in a guest appearance on shows like CSI Miami, Criminal Minds and The Closer after the cancellation of The Agency. ABC and Touchstone signed a talent-holding deal with Jason to develop a drama specially tailor-made for him, as they were impressed with Jason’s work in the pilot episode of Countdown, which was produced by ABC and Touchstone. Later on, Jason became a part of the cast of In Justice playing the role of Charles Conti, which was telecasted in January of 2006 with 13 episodes, but was not chosen for the next season. Seeing Jason’s talent, ABC and Touchstone again signed a similar contract this time either to give a role in one of their existing shows or to make a new one with him. Later that year Jason was seen in a more frequent role as Stuart Maxson in Men in Trees. O’Mara featured as the antagonist, Albert Wesker in the film adaptation of the Resident Evil: Extinction, which was released in 2007. In the following year, he was seen as Phillip in two episodes of an American medical drama Grey’s Anatomy. In the same year he starred as Sam Tyler in ABC’s production Life on Mars for the 2008-09 season, but then ABC didn’t renew his contract and then he returned to theatre in London and was seen in a play called Serenading Louie, which was performed in February of 2010. In 2011, he signed to work with Steven Spielberg and starred as Jim Shannon for Fox’s Terra Nova, which was launched in May of the same year. In the following year, he was seen in One for the Money, Vegas and The Good Wife, playing the roles of Joe Morelli, Jack Lamb and Damian Boyle respectively. Jason has played the much-loved role of Bruce Wayne AKA Batman in Justice League: War (2014), Son of Batman (2014), Batman vs. Robin (2015), Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015) and will be seen in another installment of Batman in 2016. During 2015, he has also involved in Complications an American TV series based on medical, starring as John Ellison, an emergency room doctor. Apart from these, the other notable work of O’Mara consists of Summertime (1995), Elodie and Space Truckers (1996).

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