He is a British Actor, who works in films and television. He is famous for his work in the Oscar-nominated Hindi film ‘Lagaan’ and for numerous T.V. shows such as ‘The Dresden Files’, ‘Lipstick Jungle’ and ‘Arrow’. Along with his work in acting, he is also good at photography and has organized many exhibitions and raised money for many social causes. Born in England in the city of Shropshire, he spent most of his childhood days in the military bases of the British army in Germany and England. He started his acting career at the age of 12 with the National Youth Music Theatre at the Edinburgh Festival in 1981. Later, he went to Spiritual Psychology of Acting in London from 1996-98. Before coming to acting, he spent most years in 90’s, traveling around the world and exhibiting his photography.

He first came into limelight when he bagged the role of Captain Andrew Russell in the Hindi film Lagaan. It was his debut film. He recalls that he spent six months in learning Hindi for preparing his role. This movie became a big hit regarding collections and appraisals from audiences. The movie went to Oscars under the category ‘Best Film in Foreign Language’. He also acted in the critically acclaimed ‘Four Corners of Suburbia’ followed by ‘Mindcrime’ and Easton Ellis’s ‘This Is Not An Exit.’ He came back to the mainstream cinema through ‘The Truth Game’.

His Oscar campaign brought him to Los Angeles, which helped him to grab roles in T.V. shows including ‘24’ followed by ‘The Dresden Flies’ and ‘Deadwood.’ In the year 2012, he was cast as Detective Quentin Lance in the American T.V. Series ‘Arrow’. This show is very popular nowadays and has been nominated for the best new drama at the People’s Choice awards in 2013. He has also played several cameos in different T.V. series before coming to lead roles. He played an Irish terrorist in American T.V. series ‘ Burn Notice Serial story coming soon... >> Read More... Burn Notice ’ in one episode. He played a role of arms dealer in the T.V. series ‘Leverage.’ Later that year, he also played Christian Harper in ‘The Gates.’ In his personal life, he is reportedly dating actress Kaley Cuoco Kaley Cuoco is an American actress. She was born a >> Read More... Kaley Cuoco . His recent history of work is that he has completed his documentary movie titled ‘The American Journey’. In this documentary, he has featured two men who travel across American interviewing people on daily basis, questioning them about the state of their country and their hopes for their future. He says that the most surprising thing of this documentary was the shattering of stereotypes.

He says that he likes to watch movies and honestly, he is not a big fan of T.V. shows. He held an exhibition named ‘Delhi to Manhattan’ in New York Click to look into! >> Read More... New York . It tells about a journey from the Himalayas through Tibetan communities and ended up meeting with the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala as a part of the “the Missing Peace’ project and donated all the money from this exhibition to the Tibetan children’s in India.

Eddie Redmayne English Actor

Eddie Redmayne

Eddie Redmayne, whose full name is Edward John David Redmayne, is a theatre as well as film actor from London, England. He took birth on January 6, 1982. His mother name is Patricia née Burke who has business in relocation, and father's name is Richard Redmayne who works in the corporate finance sector. Besides them, he has three brothers and one sister in his household. Sir Richard Redmayne, his paternal great-grandfather, was a mining and civil engineer. Eddie is an alumnus of Colet Court, Jackie Palmer Stage School, Eton College, Eaton House, and Trinity College, Cambridge. Eddie studied the history of art. Prince William and James Corden were his classmates in Eton College and Jackie Palmer Stage School respectively. Eddie suffers from color blindness. In 2008 and 2012, Eddie modeled for the brand named Burberry with Alex Pettyfer and Cara Delevigne respectively. His first stage play appearance was in the Twelfth Night wherein he essayed the character of Viola. Since then, he has been a part of several such projects and has won prestigious awards for many of them. Lucy Bevan, a casting director who was searching for the lead for Like Minds, saw him performing in Goats, and decided to cast him in it. Since then Eddie has worked in The Good Shepherd, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure, and many others. Besides films, Eddie has also impressed the audience on the small screen with The Pillars of the Earth, Tess of the d'Urbervilles, and others. Eddie has also dubbed for Early Man, an animated motion picture with sports as its theme. He is the recipient of one Golden Globe Award, Tony Award, BAFTA Awards, Academy Award, and others. Of all his performances, his portrayal of Stephen Hawking, a legendary scientist, brought him the most accolades while his work in Jupiter Ascending brought him the most ridicule and the Golden Raspberry Award's Worst Supporting Actor. Eddie is married to Hannah Bagshawe, who is an executive of public relations. Their wedding anniversary falls on December 15. The couple has a daughter named Iris Mary Redmayne. In 2014, he became the Into Film's ambassador. It is a charity of film education. In the following year, he became the Officer of the Order of the British Empire of the 2015 Birthday Honors. Eddie is also very vocal about his support for the LGBT community and has spoken about its homeless youth on several occasions.


Brian Haley

Brian Carlo Haley was born on 12th February, 1963, in Seattle, Washington DC, USA. His father was an airline executive and his mother worked as a part time maid. He has five siblings. He was the fifth child of his parents. Brian is the husband of Mary McCoshen Haley. The couple got married in 1987. They are the parents of five children, twins Genevieve and Grace, Bridgette, Carlo, and Haley. He was sent to a boarding school after shifting to Quebec. He left the school after eighteen months as he didn’t like learning French, which was a compulsory subject in his school. He then did his schooling from a community school in Seattle, and also joined the school theater society and a local community acting society. Haley decided to pursue acting in 1976, when he was a teenager. At that time, he used to roam around on the sets of the movie, ‘Scorchy’, at downtown Seattle. He got fascinated by all the crowd, costumes, celebrities, etc., which got him interested in acting. Before pursuing his career in acting, Haley did numerous local jobs like hay buck, ranch hand, and lumberjack. He also joined the US Army, and later, got selected for the Green Berets (US Army Special Forces). He served in the Army for five years from 1980-1985. He also received the Army Achievement Medal and many letters of commendation for his good work in the force. In 1983, he did a musical play called Guys and Dolls, which was based on the book written by Damon Runyon, titled ‘The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown and Blood Pressure’. Haley’s career in the show business started in 1988 when he won a comic competition, in which he won the title “Hollywood’s Hottest New Comic”. He was then invited to the Tonight Show in 1990, by Johnny Carson. It led to his widespread popularity. He was offered many film projects after this. He is best known for his performance in Baby’s Day Out, in 1994. It was a family comedy by Richard Hughes. Haley played the role of a kidnapper named Victor Veeko Riley, who along with his two partners, kidnap a wealthy baby. The movie was a massive hit. Haley’s career flourished after this. Haley is also a businessman, who established the restaurant chain named Chasen’s. He is also actively involved with the initiatives of the World Vision Organization. He wrote the first episodes of the sitcoms, The Sunday Comic (1992), and One Night Stand (1991).

Brian Haley English Actor