Patrick Heusinger is an actor known for his roles in various television series like Gossip Girl, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, etc. Patrick was born on 14 February 1981 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. He completed his studies at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. He graduated from Julliard. His Irish nickname is Paddy. Patrick made his film debut with the movie, Sweet Land in 2005. He portrayed the role of Young Lars in this movie. The movie won eight awards and received two nominations. Patrick shared the screen with actors like Elizabeth Reaser, Lois Smith, etc.

In the year 2007, he has cast as Joe Mason in Tie a Yellow Ribbon. The movie was written and directed by Joy Dietrich and starred Kim Jiang, Ian Wen, Jane Kim along with Patrick Heusinger. The movie won 2 awards at CineVegas International Film Festival (2007) and Urbanworld Film Festival (2007). In the same year, he did another two movies, The Nanny Diaries, and Skin-Deep. The Nanny Diaries was a comedy/romantic drama movie starring Scarlett Johanson, Donna Murphy, Alicia Keys, etc with Patrick as Carter. The movie received two nominations including Alliance of Women Film Journalists and Young Artist Awards.

Patrick gained fame with his recurring role in 4 episodes of Gossip Girl TV series in the year 2008. He portrayed Lord Marcus Beaton/ James Schuller in the series. In 2009, he appeared as Brian in an episode of the TV series, 30 rock in 2009. He also portrayed Coy in an episode of Jack in a Box in 2009. He played the role of Ray Demory for one episode of The Good Wife TV series. He has appeared in various TV series like in the season 18 of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Brady Harrison (2009, one episode), CSI: Miami as Matthew Shaw (2011, one episode), Submissions Only as Eric Hennigan (2010-2011, four episodes), etc.

His other TV appearances include Friends with Benefits, Unforgettable, and Law & Order: LA, Necessary Roughness, The protector, Revolution, Bones, Castle, Writers’ Block, Casual, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Quantum Break, Absentia, etc. Along with series, Patrick has done a handful of movies including Black Swan (2010) as Rich Grant, Willowbrook (2012) as Bill Huntsman, Frances Ha (2012) as Patch, A Beautiful Now (2015) as Aaron, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016).

He played the role of The Hunter in the Tom Cruise starred Jack Reacher movie. In addition, he appeared in Accomodations (2017) as Jake Somner. He has also given the voice of Liam Burke in the Quantum Break video game. Liam Burke was the role portrayed by him the Quantum Break TV series. Patrick has appeared in web series like Writers’ Block as Eli, Jack in a Box, Batman and Superman Team Up as Superman, and Submissions Only.

John Beasley English Actor

John Beasley

John Beasley is a very well-known American Actor. He is known for his works like The Purge, Everwood, etc. John was born in Omaha, Nebraska, USA on 26 June 1943. He did not enter into the acting career until he was 44. He worked as a railroad clerk for Union Pacific for seven years. After that, he decided to take acting as his full-time career. In 2002, John established the John Beasley Theatre located in Omaha, Nebraska. He promotes live theatre and works written by Africans-Americans. He has also received from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters on 12 August 2005. He is married to Judy Beasley. They got married in 1965 and have two children. His first film was Rapid Fire released in 1989. He played the role of Henchman and worked with actors like Joe Spinell, Michael Wayne, and Ron Waldron. It was directed by David A. Prior. He did a TV series called Brewster Place for four episodes in 1990. Oprah Winfrey was the main character along with Olivia Cole, Brenda Pressley, Rachael Crawford, etc. John played Bo in the TV movie Lucy Day released in 1991 and directed by Donald Wrye. The movie won Humanitas Prize in the category of 90 minutes in 1991. It was also nominated for Primetime Emmy and Casting Society of America. He was cast as Ernie in V.I. Warshawski released in the same year, 1991. Jeff Kanew was the director of the movie. In 1992, he appeared as Mr. Hall in the film “The Mighty Ducks”, directed by Stephen Herek. The film received two nominations at the Young Artist Awards in 1993. He appeared in two episodes of the 1993 TV series, Laurel Avenue. He played the role of Mr. Coleman in the serial. The series won at the CableACE Awards and received two nominations in 1994. He was Cook in Untamed Heart, a movie released in 1993 and directed by Tony Bill. The movie won two awards at MTV Movie + TV Awards in 1993 and also received a nomination at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, 1993. In the same year, he appeared in another movie, Rudy as Coach Warren. David Anspaugh directed the movie with an ensemble of actors like Jon Favreau, Sean Astin, etc. The movie won at the Christopher Awards and Heartland Film Festival and also received a nomination at Young Artist Awards. He has also appeared in an episode of “The Untouchables”, a 1993-1994 TV series. He has done over 57 movies and has excelled in every single role.

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Aldis Hodge

Aldis Hodge is an American writer, painter, and actor. Leverage, Straight Outta Compton, Hidden Figures, etc. are some of his best-known works. Aldis was born Aldis Alexander Basil Hodge to Yolette Evangeline Richardson and Aldis Basil Hodge on 20 September 1986. He was born in Onslow County, North Carolina. His parents served in the Marine Corps. His father belongs to Dominica while his mother is from Florida. He also has a younger brother named Edwin Hodge. Edwin has worked in The Purge film series as Dwayne “Dante” Bishop. He too is an actor. Since childhood, Aldis played clarinet and violin, but he was more passionate about violin as he grew up. He bought his first violin at the age of 18. Aldis also likes writing, painting, and designing watches. His first film was Die Hard with a Vengeance. He played the role of Raymond, and the movie was released in 1995. He shared the screen with legendary actor Bruce Willis. In 1996, he portrayed Prince in Bed of Roses. He did a small role of Basketball Teen #2 in 2000’s Big Momma’s House. In 2004, he appeared as Donut Gangster in The Ladykillers. The cast of the movie included Tom Hanks, Marlon Wayans, and Irma P. Hall. He portrayed Sam Clemence in 2005’s The Tenants. Snoop Dog, Rose Byrne, and Dylan McDermott were in this movie. In the same year, he did two other movies, Little Athens and Edmond. He was Pitt in Little Athens and Leafletter in Edmond. He gave his voice for the 2006 animated movie, Happy Feet. He played the role of Soldier Chuck in 2006’s American Dreamz. Hugh Grant was in the movie with Dennis Quaid, Mandy Moore, Jennifer Coolidge, Willem Dafoe, etc. in 2007, he did Equal Opportunity as Leroy Williams Jones III/ The Bling Killa. He was cast as Trevor in Red Sands released in 2009 and starring Shane West, Theo Rossi, and Leonard Roberts along with Aldis Hodge. Aldis was the Ex-military anarchist in 2012 movie, The East. He also did A Good Day to Die Hard as CIA Ops Officer Lt. Foxy in 2013. His role as MC Ren in Straight Outta Compton was very much appreciated. He played Espin in Tom Cruise starred movie, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. He was also cast as Levi Jackson in the Academy Award nominated movie, Hidden Figures that was released in 2016. Along with movies, Aldis has made appearances in a few TV series as well. He was the lead in Leverage as Alec Hardison (2008-2012), Underground as Noah (2016-present) and A.T.O.M as King (voice, 2005-2006). Other than these, he has appeared in The Walking Dead, Supernatural, The Chicago Code, Cold Case, Boston Public, Half & Half, etc. Aldis was nominated for Best Supporting Actor Television at the 2010 Saturn Awards for Leverage. He won the Outstanding Performance be a Cast in a Motion Picture at the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards for Hidden Figures.

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