Birthday: 20-02-1978
Age: 41
Star sign: Pisces

Jay Hernandez was born to Mexican-American parents Isis and Javier Hernandez Sr. he grew up in Montebello, California. He is third in order amongst his siblings followed by a young sister named Amelia. While Jay was young, he went Don Bosco Technical Institute in Rosemead; later on, he switched to Schurr High School during his senior year in the place where he grew up.

While taking the elevator in a skyscraper of Los Angeles, he came across Howard Tyner, who was a talent scout manager. Tyner advised Jay that he’s got talent and can thrive in Hollywood. He signed him up to an acting school and sent his portfolios to various casting scouts across Hollywood. He got his first breakthrough with the NBC TV series known as Hang Time, where he got the role of Antonio Lopez, the show ran on TV from 1998 till 2000.

In 1999, he was seen in a cameo role on TV series USA High. After his impressive works in TV shows he made his Hollywood debut with Living The Life, he impressed with his on-screen presence as well as with his Mexican charisma. Since then, his career has gone forward without looking back, he has featured in many TV shows as well in movies.

He has given some superb performances with the likes of Crazy/Beautiful, Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power, Hostel and World Trade Center. He has mostly appeared in action thrillers; he has managed to work in TV series along with his commitment to his film projects. This year he was seen playing the roles of Sergeant Reyes and Dean in Max and The Night is Young respectively.

Currently, he is working on the sets of Suicide Squad playing the role of El Diablo/Chato Santana. He has been successfully married to his co-star from Hang Time, Danielle Deutscher.

Jay Chou English Actor

Jay Chou

Jay Chou was born to parents who were both school teachers, in Linkou, Taiwan, where he was brought up. His mother’s inclination towards art field helped her notice Chou’s liking for music and enrolled him for piano classes at a tender age. At a very young age, he was enthralled by music and various other sounds and always looked to capture them in his tape recorder. He was inspired Chopin and still looks for inspiration from him. After his parents had got separated, he went through a troubled time at school as his batch mates mocked about his parents’ divorce. He became isolated and was only interested in listening music, and he preferred to remain alone. During his years in Tamkang Senior High School, he developed a liking for pop music and devoted the time in writing lyrics after he majored in piano and got his minor in Cello. He was rendered from mandatory military services after he got diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis after sustaining an injury while playing and in the meanwhile he took a job of a waiter. In 1998. Chou was signed up for a talent show called Super New Talent King by his friend and, later on, Jacky Wu, who was hosting the show and is an influential figure in Taiwanese music industry scouted the young Chou. He signed up Chou as contract lyricist for his record label Alfa Music and told that he would help Chou release his debut album if he provides him 100 compositions. In 2000, he released his debut album called Jay, consisting of 10 music scores that he provided to Wu, Chou’s style of music was interesting as he made a fusion of Chinese classical music and Western music in order develop R&B, Rock and Rap music. Since then Chou has come out with many entertaining and popular music tracks through his albums such as Fantasy (2001), The Eight Dimensions (2002), Ye Hui Mein (2003) and much more with his latest work Aiyo, Not Bad came out in 2014. He has shown that he is a multi-talented personality as he ventured into the field of acting in 2005 with a cameo role in Hidden Track (2003), and then he was seen playing the lead role in Initial D for which he won the Best Newcomer Actor Award at Golden Horse Awards and Hong Kong Film Awards. In the following year he was a supporting actor in the film Curse of the Golden Flower, since then he has done many movies including Kung Fu Dunk, The Green Hornet, the Viral Factor and is currently involved in Now You See Me 2 with Daniel Radcliff. Chou has successfully tried his hand at film direction with his directorial debut in Secret and then in 2013; he released The Rooftop. He has written an autobiography known as Grandeur de D Major. Chou is happily married to Hannah Quinlivan since 2014 after dating each other for over four years and is blessed with a baby girl at the beginning of 2015.


Jean Reno

Jean Reno is a French actor. He has acted in several other languages (English, Japanese, Italian and Spanish) as well. Jean was born in Casablanca, Morocco to Spanish parents from Andalucía, who have moved to North Africa to seek work and prevent them from dictatorship. His father was a linotypist by profession. Reno has a younger sister (Maria Teresa) too. Reno’s first two marriages ended in divorce. He had two children with each of them. He is currently with Polish model Zofia Borucka, and the couple has two sons. Jean keeps homes in Los Angeles, Paris and Malaysia. Jean settled in France at the age of 17. He pursued skills in acting from the Cours Simon School of Drama. He imbibed the knowledge of Arabic and French during his stay in Morocco. In his early career, due to his large body structure, he was assigned to play “heavies”. Later on, he acted in many romantic and action films. He had worked with director Luc Besson. Some of their joint works include “Lederwier Combat”, “Nikita” (1990), “The big blue” (1988) and “Leon: The Professional”, that have received worldwide critical acclamation and success. Jean had appeared in many incredible and popular American flicks like “French Kiss” (1995), “Mission Impossible” alongside the veteran actor Tom Cruise, “Ronin” (released in 1998) where he played Vincent and “Godzilla”. Jean was also offered the character Agent Smith in the film “The Matrix”. Some of his commendable works in the French industry include “Les Visiteurs” (released in 1993), “The Crimson Rivers” to name a few. Reno was nominated for the Cesar Award for “Best Actor” for “Les Visiteurs” and “Leon”. He had some remarkable and successful roles in films like the remake of “The Pink Panther” and “The Da Vinci Code” (a Ron Howard Film). Jean Reno had been a face for many TV commercials as well (UPS and Toyota ads). He had also done voice dubbing for Mufasa in “The Lion King” (the French version).

Jean Reno English Actor