Birthday: 18-01-1955
Age: 64
Star sign: Aquarius

He is one of the most seasoned stars in Hollywood history. One of the dashing debonair that every women desires in looking to a men with a formal suite. Born as Kevin Michael Costner on January 18, 1955 Lynwood, California. Aside from being a good actor, he is also a producer, a skilled director and talented singer. He made his way through stardom by his debut for the movie “Malibu Hot Summer”, played the role Ed in the movie “Chasing Dreams”, as Will Bonner for the movie “Stacy’s Knights.” He also starred in the story of friends and family brought together in a funeral in the movie “The Big Chill”, as Gardner in “Fandango”, as Jake in “Silverado”, as Ted in the movie “The Gunrunner”, starred also in the movie “Shadows Run Black” and Lt. Commander Farrell in the movie “No Way Out” and Eliot for the movie “Untouchables.”

He became center of attraction and questionings as Lt. Dunbar after making ally with wolves and Indians. He decided to fight back as a felonious hero against a Sheriff in his movie “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, played the character of Jim Garrison in the movie “JFK” that they discovered that there are more hidden facts about the infamous assassination of the president. Camera flashes and video tapes around the world is not enough, and rattled movie history when he team up with “melisma” Whitney Houston in the movie “ The Bodyguard.” A story of a former secret service agent as the bodyguard of a pop singer and evolution of their love relationship. Starred in the movie “A Perfect World”, a story of a kidnapped boy that befriends his captor, as “Wyatt Earp” in 1994, as Stephen Simmons for “The War”, and as Mariner in movie “Waterworld” a story of a man that defied gangs and find dry land. Starred in a movie called “Tin Cup”, starred in the movie “The Postman”, as Garret Blake in the movie “Message in a Bottle”, and joined a team that robbed a casino during Elvis convention in “3000 Miles to Graceland.”

He continuously produces and directs movies through early years of 2000, he starred again in “The Upside of Anger”, starred with Ashton Kutcher, a high school swim champion receives lessons of loss, love and sacrifice from a rescue swimmer in the movie “The Guardian.” He starred with Demi Moore for the movie “Mr. Brooks”, as Bud Johnson in the mile peak presidential election movie “Swing Vote.” He played as the foster father of Clark Kent in the movie “ Man of Steel.” As Jonathan Kent, he always protects and controls Clark to avoid exposing his true power to mankind even asking Clark not to save him from death.

Played the role of Commander Hopper recruits a young man of valor at heart Jack to become his analyst for CIA, and uncovered a plot to dismantle American economy for the movie “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit”, followed by his movie “3 Days to Kill.” A story of a dying CIA field agent, disposed for being ill, decided to build relationship again as a father to his daughter and husband to his wife, unfortunately Agent Vivi, ask him to work again in exchange for experimental drug that could extend his life. He starred in the movie “ Draft Day”, “ Black or White”, and as Jim White that turned local athletes to be the contenders for championship in “McFarland, USA.” Underwent a procedure where memories and skill of a dead CIA agent replicated inside a dangerous prisoner in the movie “ Criminal.”

Joaquin Phoenix English Actor

Joaquin Phoenix

Dubbed as one of the incomparable actors of our time. For few of his films, he displayed a great and believable performance. Right away he gained respect from critics and viewers for making unmatched talents in acting. Was known to be “Leaf Phoenix”, though imperfect like any other human, he was loved behind and on set silver screen. Born as Joaquin Rafael Bottom on October 28, 1974 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. One of the most respected actors of our time. He started building his career in a television film in 1985. He made his first movie appearance in “SpaceCamp” in 1986. This was successively brought out by the movie “Russkies” as Danny, as Garry Buckman in the 1989 movie “Parenthood”, and as Jimmy Emmett in the 1995 movie “To Die For.”Continuously reigned as Doug Holt in the movie “Inventing the Abbotts”, as Toby in the movie “U Turn”, as Clay Bidwell for “Clay Pigeons” and Lewis McBride in the movie “Return to Paradise” followed by “8mm” as Max California, and as Willie Gutierrez in the movie “The Yards.” In the year 2000, Joaquin alongside Russell Crowe rattled Earth in their blockbuster movie “Gladiator.” He was so believable in his very intimidating portrayal of Commodus, the son who killed his father Caesar just to get the throne, murdered a family, and killed soldiers and people loyal to their kingdom just to secure control in his reign. He also appeared as Abbe with Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet in the critically and award winning film “Quills.” A story of a psychological controlling patient that launches his plans to eradicate the prudish doctor in asylum. He also starred in the movie “Buffalo Soldiers” as Ray Elwood. He also played role with Mel Gibson in the 2002 sci-fi thriller movie called “Signs.” A story of a family in a farm that finds suspicious activities every night and crop circles were left in their fields and encountered entities beyond of Earth. He made a great team up with Sigourney Weaver in the movie “The Village”, a story of people living in isolated place that their union with mystical creature will soon end. Portrayed the character of Jack in a story of a hotel manager who sheltered thousands of refugees during Hutu clash in Rwanda in the movie “Hotel Rwanda.”He starred as Jack Morrison, a firefighter that is trapped inside a burning warehouse, had back flashes of his past and will be rescued by Chief Kennedy without the support of the containment team, played by John Travolta in the movie “Ladder 49.” He also starred in a biographical film of the legend Johnny Cash for the movie “Walk the Line.” Starred alongside Mark Wahlberg and Eva Mendes in the movie “We Own the Night” a story of a nightclub manager that will do everything to save his brother and father from the Russian mobsters. He also bagged the movies in his list including “Reservation Road” as Ethan Learner, as Leonard Kraditor in “Two Lovers”, as Freddie Quell in the 2012 movie “The Master”, as Bruno Weiss in the 2013 movie “The Immigrant”, starred in the movie “Her” a story of an author the develop close relationship with his operating system, starring Amy Adams and Scarlette Johansson. He also starred in the movie “Inherent Vice” as Larry Sportello and as Abe Lucas in the 2015 movie “Irrational Man.”


Christoph Waltz

One of the few German who penetrated Hollywood. He was well loved by viewers with his intimidating and appealing portrayals of characters. Born as Christoph Waltz on October 4, 1956 in Vienna, Austria. He first started and appeared in Austrian TV films and miniseries. He used this as his stepping stones for his Hollywood career. Starting from 1977 movie “Der Einstand”, as Karl Albrecht Schlick in “Feuer!”, and as Tristan in the movie “Fire and Sword.” In 1998, he starred as Police Chief in “Quicker than the Eye”, continuously reigned television films and miniseries, including being the director at the same time. He starred as Charly in “Love Scenes from Planet Earth”, as Tarik for “Death, Deceit and Destiny Aborad the Orient Express”, as Peter for the movie “Ordinary Decent Criminal” a story of Michael Lynch as intelligent criminal that is more obsessed with his future, alongside Kevin Spacey and Linda Florentino. Starred in “She” as the father of Leo Vincey, as Ali Ben Samm in “Queen’s Messenger”, as Doctor in “Berlin Blues”, as Rolf Steiner in “Pact with the Devil”, as Colonel Hans Landa in “Inglourious Basterds.” A story of vengeful soldiers that tracks down SS Nazi and scalps their head, on the other side Colonel Landa is aware of their existence and tries to hunt them down including Jews, unfortunately Landa falls to be one of their monumental scalp off victim at the end. Starred in the movie “The Green Hornet”, a story of a son that doesn’t know how to run their newspaper business, in order to resolve this he went out as a vigilante and busts down illegal activities in the city the boosts their newspaper sales. He starred also with Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon for the movie “Water for Elephants”, a story of a student that leaves his studies and works a veterinarian for circus animals. He played the character Cardinal Richelieu for the movie “The Three Musketeers”, a stubborn young lad that unites with the legendary musketeers to save France from war. He also starred in the movie “Carnage” as Alan Cowan, as Dr. King Schultz for the movie “Django Unchained” a story of a freed slave that will save his wife from a ruthless plantation owner. He became a voice talent for the movie “Epic” for the movie Mandrake, as Quhen Leth in “The Zero Theorem” a story of a computer operator that asked to prove the zero theory. Starred also in the movie “Big Eyes” a biographical movie about the painter Margaret Keane in year 1950 and problems with her husbands who claimed all credits for her works. Starred his own voice in “Muppets Most Wanted”, as Burt Hansson for the movie “Horrible Bosses 2”, a story of three men ventured in to business and pulls it off winding up with their kidnapping scheme.

Christoph Waltz English Actor