The handsome and charming, Paul Rudd born on 6th April 1969, is an American actor, writer, producer and comedian. He was born in New Jersey to Michael Rudd, who was the former Vice President of Trans World Airline, later on, died of cancer and his mother Gloria Rudd, a sales manager at a television station in Kansas City. He studied in Broadmoor Junior High and later on in Shawnee Mission West High school. He did his major in theater at the University of Kansas. After his graduation, he studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. He also did a three-month course of Jacobean Drama at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, UK. Before his career in films began, he was a Bar Mitzvah Disc Jockey. Regarding his film career, there is an array of good movies worth mentioning.

His debut was in the 1992 television drama “ Sisters”, where he played the role of Kirby Quimby Philby. Later on, in 1995 he left Sisters to act in the comedy film “Clueless”. In 1998, he featured in the picture “The Cider House Rules” which gave him and the cast of the movie an SAG nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. He also appeared in a film like the Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, The Locusts, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, The Object of My Affection, 200 Cigarettes, and Overnight Delivery. In the 2000 Hong Kong action film, Gen-Y-Cops he played an FBI agent. In 2002, he acted as Mike Hannigan on the sitcom Friends. In 2006, he appeared in several episodes of the hit television show Reno 911! Where he played "Guy Gerricault" and then cast as a drug lord in the “Reno 911! Miami”.

He guest-starred as a has-been rock star of the 1990’s named Desmond Fellows, on the hit television series Veronica Mars, in one episode called "Debasement Tapes" which aired in 2007. He began his acting venture in 2004 with the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and later on in 2005 with the picture The 40 Year Old Virgin. His other flicks include Knocked Up in 2007, a drug-addicted surfing instructor in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, produced the movie Wanderlust in 2012, a comedy film called This Is 40 and in the sequel Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. In 2009, Rudd appeared in ‘I Love You Man’ where he plays a character who has an immense love for the rock band Rush. In 2009, Paul Rudd co-created the hit TV series Party Down. He voiced the computer-animated hit movie Monsters vs. Aliens by the DreamWorks.

In 2012, he had a supporting role in the popular hit teen drama ‘ The Perks of Being a Wallflower,’ where he played Mr. Anderson. In 2011, he starred in the hit comedy film ‘ Our Idiot Brother.’ His memorable roles are in the movies Over Her Dead Body and Role Models. He acted in four episodes of Parks and Recreation where he played Bobby Newport, for which he bagged the Critics' Choice Television Award for the Best Guest Performer in a hit Comedy Series. His film Ant-Man is still under production.


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Paul Rudd is an actor, writer and comedian from America. He was born on 6 April 1969 in Passaic, New Jersey to Michael and Gloria Rudd. Both his parents were Jewish and came from London. The family shifted to Kansas when Paul was 10.

He attended the University of Kansas and majored in theatre. He was in Los Angeles at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts/West. He spent three months at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford.

His acting career started in 1992 when he starred in the television series Sisters. He worked for six episodes in Wild Oats (1994). He appeared in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995), Romeo + Juliet (1996), Clueless (1996), The Locusts (1997), Overnight Delivery (1998), The Object of my Affection (1998), 200 Cigarettes (1999), The Cider House Rules (1999), Gen-X Cops 2: Metal Mayhem (2000), Reaching Normal (2001).

He played the role of Mike Hannigan on the popular TV sitcom Friends. Later, he collaborated with Judd Apatow on some projects, starting with Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) followed by The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) and Knocked Up (2007). He starred in The Ex (2006), Night at the Museum (2006), Reno 911!: Miami (2007). In the film “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story”, he appeared as John Lennon. He had a voice-over in Monsters vs. Aliens (2009). In 2010, he starred in “Dinner for Schmucks” and “ How Do You Know”. He had cameos in Year One (2009) and Bridesmaids (2011). In 2012, he starred in “Wanderlust”, “The Perks of being a Wallflower” and “This is 40”. He starred in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013) in his role of Brian Fantana. He appeared in “ This Is The End” (2013) as himself. In 2015, he starred as the lead character in Ant-Man.
Paul Rudd is known for his deadpan humour. He often collaborates with Seth Rogen, Steve Carell, Jonah Hill, Jason Segel and Judd Apatow.



Toby Kebbell English Actor

Toby Kebbell

"Toby" Kebbell is an English performing artist. Kebbell was born on 9 July in 1982  in South Elmsall. However, he spent his childhood in the city of Nottinghamshire. He was raised by his mom, Michelle, who was a cook and a gardener. His parents were separated when he was at the age of eighteen months. His dad, Robert Kebbell was an engineer. He finished his schooling in the Catholic essential school.  Kebbell first came into light through the famous director Shane Meadows. He played the role of the character Anthony in the movie Dead Man's Shoes. He was selected as the Most Promising Newcomer in the British Independent Film Awards and was broadly commended for his delicate, moving depiction of a young fellow with a learning trouble. He then showed up in the movie Alexander which was directed by Oliver Stone and the film Match Point in which the director Woody Allen gave him the role in his movie even without audition because he was very impressed with his acting in his first movie.  Kebbell’s most widely praised role came in the year 2007 when he portrayed the character of Rob Gretton, the chief of Joy Division in grant winning biopic which was directed by Anton Corbjin Control. He has won Best Supporting Actor Award in the British Independent Film Awards.  In December 2007, Kebbell led the cast in one of the episodes of the BBC show The Street which was directed by Jimmy McGovern. This made him win the BAFTA award as the Best Drama serial. His other works in the BBC shows incorporated an advanced retelling of the famous Macbeth along with James McAvoy at Almeida Theater. He was included in the movie RocknRolla which was directed and written by Guy Ritchie and released in the year 2008. It starred the actors Thandie Newton,Gerard Butler and Tom Wilkinson.  He was also selected for the "Orange Rising Star Award"  in the  BAFTA Awards in the year 2009. The award winner was supposed to be selected by the viewers.  Kebbell showed up in the movie Cheri, which was directed by the famous director Stephen Frears in the year 2009. He portrayed a little role with Michelle Pfeiffer. He shot in Morocco for the movie Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. He recently also played the role of the character Doctor Doom in the film Fantastic Four in the year 2015.


Nat Wolff

Nathaniel Marvin Wolff popularly known as Nat Wolff is an actor and musician as well. He was born on 17 December 1994 in America. He is 21 years now and has achieved a lot for his age. He deals with the indie, pop and rock genres of music. He runs his band and is associated with many other popular bands. He gained the popularity for music composition of Nickelodeon comedy series (kids channel), it was produced by his mother, Polly Draper. Nat Wolff's dad also was a part of the music composition as a jazz pianist and co-produced the series and the soundtrack as well. The band which Nat Wolff owned at Nickelodeon was "The Naked Brothers Band". His soundtrack often ranked high for its popularity, and the top list includes some of his songs like "Billboard 200" and "Don't want to go to school" which were released in 2008. Nat Wolff has his entire family committed and inclined towards music. Nat and his younger brother Alex together brought up a music duo called "Nat & Alex Wolff," together they released the album called "Black sheep" in the year 2011. Nat Wolff also made his appearances in many theatrical play and films such as "The Fault in Our Stars", which was released in 2012 and a comedy role in the play called "Paper Towns" which was released in 2015. Nat Wolff had a connection with social activists as his maternal granddad who was civic leader named William Henry Draper 3. So this means Nat Wolff a distinct relative of Tim Draper and William Henry Draper who are into acting field and in banking sector respectively. Nat Wolff hails from a Jewish and Christian background concerning to the religion of his father and mother respectively. But he is known to have been raised in a culturally Jewish background.

Nat Wolff English Actor