This guy came into the limelight by his role of Robbie Shapiro in the Victorious and also in The Virginity Hit; so obviously he is none other than the American singer as well as an actor - Matthew H. Bennett who is also called as Matt or Mott Bonnott. He was born on 13th November and turned 25 last year. He is bought up in New York and started his journey of acting with ads and commercials but officially it started as he turned 18 and made his appearance in the movie ‘Totally For Teens.’ His television career came into the eyes of the public when he played a role in the comedy central as Greg- The Intern.

The Virginity Hit was the movie of comedy style and was released in 2010 about which Bennett stated that it was a movie which was least scripted and most of it were their pranks and informal talks which got filmed. Bennett stated this film as a cool love story in an interview with a bit of heart and soul; and rather not a simple usual teen sex story. He was also nominated in UK’s funniest person category and there can be seen a lot of pictures of his appearance in Avalon Hollywood performance as well as at WonderCon in 2013. He was featured on many YouTube channels like Nerdist and The Slap which made him a big hit. His songs “Broken Glass,” “I Think You’re Swell” from Victorious album have been released in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

Ariana Grande, who was his co-worker on the Victorious regarding whom he was asked for as the love interest for her in her One Last Time Video. His television role has been titled as ‘Totally for Teens’ in which he played the role of Jamie, and as Greg- The Intern in ‘Michael & Michael Have Issues’ in 2009. The most special role of him has been considered as Robbie in Victorious from 2010 to 2013. Apart from these series, he has made a lot of appearances in many of the shows. So conclusively starting from his role of Scott Mayhew in ‘Me and Earl’ and the ‘Dying Girl to Kyle Parkar in The Stanford Prison Experiment’, he has been totally into his passion for singing and dancing with full his dedication and determination.

Martin Compston English Actor

Martin Compston

Born on May 8th, 1984, in Inverclyde, Scotland, Martin Compston is a former footballer and Scottish on-screen character. He is the son of Jim and Liz Compston and has a sibling, Barry Compston. He went to St. Columba's High School in Gourock. In the wake of leaving school as an adolescent footballer, he marked for neighborhood professional group Greenock Morton. Compston showed up in the 2001–02 Scottish First Division season, in which the group was consigned from the Scottish Football League First Division. He was chose as a substitute in both the games. In both circumstances, Morton lost 4–0 to Queen of the South and Alloa Athletic. He effectively tried out for film Sweet Sixteen by Ken Loach for the lead character, having never acted, which was being shot locally. The movie's success at the Cannes Film Festival gave him instant superstar status in Scotland. Martin consequent film profession was comparatively subtle as he needed to "serve his apprenticeship" with a regular part of the BBC TV dramatization serial Monarch of the Glen. He then showed up in three motion pictures such as True North as Seán with Gary Lewis and Peter Mullan, for which, at the British Independent Film Awards he was selected as Best Actor, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints as Mike O'Shea with Robert Downey, for which at the Sundance Festival, he got Best Ensemble Cast and Jury Prize and Red Road as Stevie with Tony Curran and Kate Dickie, for which at Cannes, he got Jury Prize and at the Scottish BAFTA got selected as Best Supporting Actor. In 2010, Martin was featured in movie Soulboy by Shimmy Marcus as Joe McCain next to Craig Parkinson. He was also starred in The 4th Reich, a horror motion picture as Pte. Newman and showed up as a cameo on Night Is Day, in a reasonable budget web show. He starred in How Long and Grace in the music video of The View band as he is friends with them. He featured in the Line of Duty, an award-winning police dramatization on BBC as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott with Craig Parkinson yet again. Martin additionally starred in the violent thriller Piggy by R.S. Soderstrom in 2012. He acted the lead part as Paul Ferris in The Wee Man by Ray Burdis, a movie delineating the life of famous Gangster of Glasgow. It was discharged in the UK in January of 2013. Martin appeared in The Ice Cream Girls, a mini-series on ITV in April of 2013. He also starred in The Great Train Robbery as Roy James. In 2014 and 2016, he repeated his lead part in the second and third season of Line of Duty, a Two police show on BBC. He acted as Peter Manuel, a serial killer in the In Plain Sight, a Scottish 3-section TV dramatization show, in which he was sought after to his conviction and extreme execution by William Muncie, a detective in 2016.He was once again featured in the fourth series as Det. Sgt. Steve Arnott in Line of Duty on BBC one flagship channel, which got broadcast on March and April of 2017.