Jason Francesco Schwartzman was born on 26 June 1980. He is an American actor, a musician, and a writer. He married to Brady Cunningham in 2009. He was born in Los Angeles in California. His parents were Jack Schwartzman and Talia Shire. Most of the members of his family were involved in the film industry.

Schwartzman started his acting career at the age of 17. He is famous for his partnership with Wes Anderson. His first film was Rushmore, a Wes Anderson film. Then, he appeared as a guest role in Freaks and Geeks. Then, in 2001, his cousin featured him in CQ. He acted in Slackers in 2002, and in 2003, he came up with Spun. I Heart Huckabees and Shopgirl were his next films. He appeared in TV shows, like Cracking Up. Sofia Coppola directed Marie Antoinette in which he starred Schwartzman. He portrayed himself as King Louis XVI.

Schwartzman presented as Ringo Starr in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, a biopic movie. He played the character of Mark Taylor in Funny People. In 2009, he appeared in The Marc Pease Experience. The next, he came up was Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Fight For Your Right Revisited was his next one in which he played the character of Vincent van Gogh.

He had a prominent role in the episodes of Key & Peele. In 2014, Schwartzman was in the leading role in the episodes of the show “The Endorsement”, a Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories. In 2013, he figured his acting in Saving Mr. Banks, a Disney production. He showed himself as Richard M. Sherman, a Disney songwriter. John Schwartzman, his brother, was the cinematographer.

Before his acting, he was a songwriter and a drummer for Phantom Planet. He presented in the music video by Puff Daddy in It is All about the Benjamin’s. In 2007, he composed a solo act called Coconut Records. Michael Einziger produced his first album titled as Nighttiming. On 20 January 2009, his second album entitled Davy released on iTunes. He also performed for Funny People. He sang the theme track for Bored to Death. From 2009-2011, he worked as the star of HBO Series, titled as Bored to Death.

Coming to his personal life, he married to his girlfriend, Brady Cunningham on 11 July 2009. She is a co-owner and a design director of TENOVERSIX in Los Angeles at California. Schwartzman is a vegetarian. Una and Marlowe Rivers are his daughters.GQ magazine, named Schwartzman as one of the Top 10 Stylish Men in America.

Jason Robards English Actor

Jason Robards

Jason Robards was an American actor on television. He was a stage performer. He was born on 26 July 1922 in Chicago. His family shifted to New York when he was two to three years old. Then they moved to Los Angeles. His parents’ divorce affected him. Robards appeared on the stage and many films like The Gamblers. Jason saw the end of his fathers’ acting career. His elder brother was flourishing during that time by doing silent films. However, the arrival of sound films on the Hollywood industry was unfavourable for his career. Jason excelled in athletics. At Hollywood High School in Los Angeles, he ran 4:18-mile. He received calls from reputed universities due to his braveness in sports. Then, he joined the US Navy after his graduation in 1940. He served as a radioman aboard a cruiser named the USS Northampton in the Navy in 1941. On 7 December 1941, he boarded in the Pacific Ocean about 100 miles. Later, it had directed In the World War II’s Pacific theatre. He performed in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands. In 1942, the Northampton sunk by attacks from two Japanese detonators in the Battle of Tassafaronga. Later, an American destroyer saved him. Due to Jason’s courageous service, the Northampton received six battle stars. In 1944, he was a radioman on the USS Nashville. It was the flagship for the entrance of Mindoro in the northern Philippines. It hit one of the five-inch gun ports. Due to 223 catastrophes, the Nashville moved to return to Pearl Harbor. They instructed to go to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington. Despite, Jason’s bold service in the war, he could not receive bravery award of the U.S. Navy Cross. After the war, Robards started his acting career. He shifted to New York and performed small roles in radio and on stage. He starred in Jose Quintero film. He then portrayed himself as the sales clerk Hickey in The Iceman Cometh. O’Neill directed it. He won an Obie Award for his act. For another Broadway restoral, he played the character of Hickey. Then, he played the role of Jamie Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey into Night. Quintero directed it. It won Tony Awards and Pulitzer Prize. He acted as a lead role of James Tyrone. His other films were A Touch of the Poet, Hughie and A Moon for the Misbegotten. He performed on stage for Arvin Brown’s Wilderness and as well as for Arthur Miller’s After the Fall and Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic. In 1975, he acted in a comedy Follow That Music. Then, he got an invitation to perform in The Journey. He presented himself on television series, Appointment with Adventure. In 1991, he portrayed himself as US president in The Perfect Tribute. He gave his voice for two documentaries’. He acted in many films. Coming to his awards, he won the Best Performance for the play The Disenchanted in the Tony Award. He performed the single act with his father. He received awards for Best Supporting Actor in the Academy Award.Coming to his personal life, he had six children. He married four times. He died on 26 December 2000 due to lung cancer.


Javier Godino

Javier Godino is a famous Spanish actor. He was born on 11 March in the year 1978 at Madrid in Spain. He started studying from Juan Carlos Corazza’s School. He is an instructor of Javier Bardem. He has also worked in many international film productions. He presented himself in theatres, musicals, and television. He did a significant role that gave a kick to his career in 2009. He portrayed himself as Isadora Gomez in The Secret in Their Eyes. Juan Jose Campanella directed the film. It won the Best Film in Foreign Language in the Academy Award. Soledad Villamil and Ricardo Darin also had lead ingénues. In April 2005, at Madrid, he had a major role in Nacho Cano’s Hoy Puedo Levantar. It was the highest selling and prolonged running musical in Spain. The look of Godino in Cole received positive reviews. He received a nomination for the Espana Award in Union de Actores. Campanella’s movie The Secret in Their Eyes got a nomination for the Argentine Academy of Sciences of 2010 and Cinematography Arts Awards. He acted with Ewan McGregor and Hugh Jackman  in Deception, a Hollywood production. Javier is also famous as a singer. He recorded various songs by working on Nacho Cano’s project. He sang the songs Barco a Venus, per di en mi habitation, Noes serious Este cemetery, and Hoy no Me Puedo. His voice was  used in Coca–Cola ad .  Godino recorded three songs in second musical A of Nacho Cano. They are El Segundo Grupo, Sin Alma yo no halo and Tu debut es revolver. He recorded the song as El Tango de Los emanate along Antonio Carmona. He then played the track of Les Feuilles Mortes and Nostalgias with an Argentine singer, Graciela Giordano. Javier created his first musical band, The West. In 2011, a film, Los Muertos released. Rafael Azcona directed it. Then, in 2012, Everyone Has a Plan released. It was the Spanish-Argentine production movie. Daniel Fanego, Viggo Mortensen, Soledad Villamil and Sofia Gala were the starters. The movie got shooted   in the Parana Delta at Buenos Aires. In 2012, he acted as a lead in Los Dias directed the movie titled as No Vivid. Lagana Brothers produced the film. Then, in 2013, he did Prim, the murder in Turco’s street. Miguel Bardem directed the movie. He worked in Spanish TV and had a supporting role as Dionigi Di Naldo in the 2nd and 3rd season of the show Borgia. In 2016, The Chosen is going to release. It is a Spanish-Mexican co-produced movie.

Javier Godino English Actor