John Cameron Mitchell is an American actor, director, and writer. He was born on 21 April in the year 1963. His birthplace was El Paso, Texas. His dad was a Major General in the U.S. Army. He spent his life in the army bases in Germany, US, and Scotland. He did his schooling from Catholic Schools. He also studied at St. Xavier High School in Junction City in Kansas. Then, he attended St. Pius X High School at Albuquerque in New Mexico for graduation, which he completed in 1981. He had a brother named Colin. He is a writer, a filmmaker, and an actor. Cameron’s mother is a resident of Glasgow in Scotland. She was a schoolteacher, who later migrated to the United States.

In 1985, Mitchell had his first stage performance, Organic Theater. Huckleberry Finn produced it. Its venue was Goodman’s Theater in Chicago. In New York, his first act was of Huck Finn in the Big River, a Broadway musical. It came out in 1985. He created the ingénue of Dickon in The Secret Garden. Then, he appeared in Hello Again, which was an Off-Broadway musical. He was nominated for both of his roles in Drama Desk nominations. His voice was heard in the recordings of each cast.

He acted in Six Degrees of Separation. He performed in both on Broadway as well as off-Broadway shows. John Guare directed it. He starred in a sequel of The Normal Heart that was titled as The Destiny of Me. Larry Kramer produced it. He received one Drama Desk nomination and one Obie Award.

On television, Cameron appeared in guest roles in MacGyver, Law & Order, Daybreak, The New Twilight Zone, The Equalizer, and The Dreamer of Oz: The L. Frank Baum Story, Our House, A Desperate Exit, and The Step Ford Children. He did many sitcoms. Cameron was a member on a situational comedy called Party Girl. It aired on Fox. He became the prolonged voice for an animated kangaroo, which advertises for Dunk-a-roos cookies.

His career in cinema started with, Just Along for the Ride. Later, he came up with My Father’s Son: The Legacy of Alcoholism, in 1984. He played the role of a drunken youth in One More Saturday Night.

His other works include Band of the Hand, Book of Love, and Misplaced. In 1996, he appeared in Spike Lee’s ‘Girl 6’ who auditioned for porn. He is a member of the Drama Department Theater industry. For this company, he directed the Kingdom of Earth. Peter Sarsgaard and Cynthia Nixon were the actors.

In 1998, he co-composed and featured in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. It won an Obie Award. After three years, he acted and directed in a cinema version of a photoplay. He won the title of Best Director in the Sundance Cinema Festival of 2001. His music and comedies nominated him as the Best Actor in the Golden Globe Awards.

Coming to his personal life, he is gay. It was disclosed to public on 1992. He lives in New York.

John C. McGinley English Actor

John C. McGinley

John McGinley is an American author, actor, and ex-comedian. He was born on 3 August, 1959 in New York City, US. He was the child of a stockbroker and a schoolteacher. His grandfather belonged to Donegal in Ireland. He grew up in Millburn. He studied at Millburn High School. He played football. He attended Syracuse University in order to learn how to act. Later, in 1984, he had his graduation from Tisch School, specialized in Arts. After completing his studies, he did a variety of works. He tasked for Broadway productions and Off-Broadway. He acted in a daily soap called Another World. He had a bond of two years with the production. McGinley headed his acting career very smoothly. He did many supporting ingénues. In 1984, he presented himself as John Turturro in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. John Patrick Shanley produced it. His acting was noticed by a casting guide, which gave him an Oscar-winning videotape in his bag entitled as Platoon. It released in 1986. He also featured in Sweet Liberty, a Alan Alda’s production. In the next year, he did Wall Street and Talk Radio. In 1980, he starred in a Subaru advertisement. He appeared in American Gladiators in the celebs challenge task. He wrote a script in 1990, which was called Suffering Bastards. John was a co-star. John’s counting list is lengthy. He did Highlander II: The Quickening and Point Break in 1991, Article 99 in 1992, Wagons East in 1994, Seven in 1995, Set It Off and The Rock in 1996, Nothing to Lose in 1997 and Office Space in 1999. In 2007, he played the character of Chuck in Are We Done Yet. He also appeared as a gay patrol officer in Wild Hogs. He also voiced in many animated TV serials like The Atom, and The White Shadow. In The White Shadow, he had a guest role. He was a lead character in Dead Head Fred, which was a Sony video game. McGinley was appraised for his acting in ‘Intensity’. It was the highest rated show on Fox TV. In 2000, he worked in Sole Survivor with Fox and Koontz. In 2001, he started working as the harsh Dr. Perry Cox on a regular TV series named ‘Scrubs’. The show aired on NBC. In 2005, he wrote a book named Untalkative Bunny. Then, he acted as a villain in the adapted feature from a comic called Superman/Batman. Coming to his personal life, he was married to Lauren Lambert on February 1997. They had a child, Max. In 2001, both divorced. McGinley then, engaged to Nicole Kessler. She was a yoga trainer. They married in 2007 and have two daughters.


John Carroll Lynch

John Carroll Lynch is an American actor. He was born on 1 August in the year 1963. His birthplace was Boulder, Colorado, USA. He attended the Catholic University of America for learning acting. In 1986, he completed his graduation with a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts. Coming to his career, he was a part of the Guthrie Theater company. He featured in various productions. He had a long journey with the company and had worked for more than eight seasons. In 1993, Carroll acted in his first motion picture, which was titled as Grumpy Old Men. He played the role of a moving man, and it was directed by Donald Petrie. The story is about long childhood friends, as well as neighbors. After its release, it became the biggest hit of the year. It released on 25 December, 1993. Critics had a mixed response. The review collector a 65 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 1996, he did Fargo. Joel Coen directed it and Ethan Coen was the producer. It was a comedy picture. On Rotten Tomatoes, Fargo scored a 94% rating. It had seven nominations in the 69th Academy Awards. The movie won two awards. It also won the title of Best Film, and Best Director in Satellite Award. It also bagged the Best Actress Award. It received the Best Screenplay award at the Independent Spirit Awards. His other cinemas were Face/off in 1997, Bubble Boy in 2001, Gothika in 2003, Things We Lost in the Fire in 2007, Gran Torino in 2008, Shutter Island in 2010, Paul in 2011, and Crazy, Stupid, Love in 2011. John Woo directed Face/Off. John Travolta, Joan Allen, Nicolas Cage, Alessandro Nivola, and Gina Gershon are the stars. It is an action film. Travolta acted as an FBI agent and Nicholas, as a terrorist. It was nominated for the Best Sound Effects and editing in the Academy Awards. It was applauded universally. In 2003, ‘Gothika’ released. Mathieu Kassovitz directed it. It was a paranormal horror. It premiered on 21 November, 2003. It was ranked as the second hit of the year, but critics had negative reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, it had a rating of 14%. However, it won Teen Choice Awards in 2014. In 2008, a drama photoplay, Gran Torino, was released. Clint Eastwood directed, starred and produced it. It had positive reviews with a 79% score on Rotten Tomatoes. American Film Institute recognized it as one of the ten best photoplays in 2008. In 2010, Martin Scorsese directed Shutter Island. It was based on a novel written by Dennis Lehane with the same name. It released in 2009 by Paramount Pictures. It garnered positive responses from critics with 68% marks on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2011, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa directed Crazy, Stupid, Love. It received positive reviews. He presented himself as Arthur Leigh Allen in another movie titled as ‘Zodiac’. His upcoming picture is The Founder. He appeared in The Drew Carey Show. He also acted in series like Carnival, American Horror Story, Close to Home and Body of Proof. Carroll got married to Brenda Wehle in 1997. She is an actor.

John Carroll Lynch English Actor