Birthday: 25-09-1977
Age: 41
Star sign: Libra

Born in Oxnard in California on September 25, 1977, Robbie Jones is a well-known actor in American cinema. His full name is Robert Lee “Robbie” Jones III. He is the only child of his parents and grew up in California, USA. He was born to Bob Jones and Betty Jones. Robbie went to the Cordova High School in California. Jones then went to pursue higher studies at the University of California in Berkeley. He is 6 feet 3 inches tall and has an athletic body. Robbie was a basketball megastar in his school. He was a part of the college basketball team, California Golden Bears Men’s Basketball.

Robbie then went ahead to play basketball for ABA (American Basketball Association). Initially, he planned to play basketball for NBA but couldn’t get into it. He is so good at basketball that he got a full scholarship for his senior year. Robbie also played for the team LA slam and a few games overseas as well. After completing college, he began his acting career by starring in a few advertisements including the Coors Light American Beer advert. After doing a few commercials, he got his first break in the year 2008 when he bagged the role of Quentin Fields in a famous show, “One Tree Hill”. 

Robbie portrayed the character of Quentin, still in high school and a part of the high school basketball team, Ravens. He appeared in the Season 5 and Season 6 of the popular TV series. His character was that of a very arrogant boy in the beginning but by the end of Season 5, he evolved to become a better person. His character gained immense popularity amongst the viewers but was then killed off in the season 6 of this show. It came as a shock to many viewers.

Robbie then starred in the tele-movie, “ Limelight” (2009), where he played the role of Xavier Davis. He also made brief appearances in various TV series including “ER”, South Land, Raising the Bar, Dark Blue and much more among others. Robbie rose to fame with the role of Lewis Flynn in the TV show, “Hellcats”. He essayed the role of a basketball player. His ability to play basketball made him the center of attraction.

Robbie went ahead to star in a romantic movie, “Temptation: Confessions Of A Marriage Counselor” (2013). Unfortunately, this film was not well-received by the audience. Robbie lists dancing, Taekwondo, singing, Disc Jockeying, and bike riding as his hobbies. He is 38 years old now.

Steven Mackintosh English Actor

Steven Mackintosh

Born on April 30, 1967 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire in England, Steven Mackintosh is a notable Hollywood actor. He was born to Malcolm Mackintosh and Dorothy Parris. His father was a builder, and his mother used to work in the office. Steven did his schooling from Icknield Primary School, Sawston, England and the Sawston Village College, England. He also has a sister- Lynda. Steven never wanted to become an actor, but he had a passion for music during his childhood days. Steven started acting at the Bush Theatre in London when he was twelve years old and played the role of Dopey in the play, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs when he was in school. In 1980, he attended The Sylvia Young Theatre School and performed in the play, The Number of the Beast. Steven then bagged the main role in Brighton Beach Memoirs, a play produced by the Royal National Theatre. Steven enrolled himself at the Hills Road College, Cambridge but then decided to quit college to focus on his acting career. He landed his first role in the movie, “Prick Up Your Ears” (1987). This movie was influenced from the life of Joe Orton, and he portrayed the role of young Joe. He then went ahead to act in films like Twelfth Night, Memphis Belle and Land Girls. Steven played the role of Joe Lawrence in the movie, Land Girls (1998) and his role was widely appreciated. He then essayed the role of Winston in the movie “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”. This movie was a super-hit and got a rating of 8.2 on IMDb. Steven rose to prominence with the movies like The Mother, The Jacket, “Underworld: Evolution”, Good, and “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans”. He has worked with famous film directors including ‘David Leland’, ‘Michael Caton-Jones’, ‘Guy Ritche’, and ‘Rupert Wyatt’. Steven has also acted in some TV series including From There to Here, Inside Men, Luther, Our Mutual Friend and Prime Suspect. Steven also starred in a super-hit Bollywood film “Rang De Basanti” (2006) directed by ‘Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’. Steven portrayed the role of Mr. McKinley in Rang De Basanti.  He has also worked in a radio drama, The Martin Beck Killings. Steven received the Royal Television Society Awards under the category of Best Actor and also received BAFTA nominations for the BBC tele-movie, Care (2000). In 1989, Steven tied the knots with a famous actress, ‘Lisa Jacobs’. Steven and Lisa are the proud parents of two daughters- Martha and Blythe.