Birthday: 13-10-1971
Age: 47
Star sign: Scorpio

Sacha Baron Cohen is famous English comedian and actor. He is a handsome and very talented person. He was born in Hammersmith, London. His parents are Daniella Baron Cohen and Gerald Baron Cohen. He has two brothers and two cousin brothers. His brothers are Erran Baron and Amnon Baron. He got the primary education from The Haberdashers Aske Boys School, and he graduated from the University of Cambridge. He started his career from fashion models in magazines. Then he did a TV show. In 1996, he was seen a short movie Punch. After four years he appeared in his next comedy movie The Jolly Boy Last Stand. In 2002, he wrote his next movie comedy Ali G Indahouse in this he gave him the role of Ali G. Ali G, the U.K.'s hottest comic sensation, makes his way to American audiences with Ali G Indahouse. In his big-screen debut, the chilled-out, hip-hopping, white Gangster-Rapper wannabe finds himself in the bizarre position of having to resolve one of Great Britain's biggest national and political. Next year he produces and write his next short movie Spy. In this film, he got the role of James Bond. In 2006, his two famous movies came Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby and Borat. Borat film was the one of the famous comedy movies of all time. Borat was the best picture of his life.

In this play, he got the role of Borat Sagdiyev. He also wrote and produced this picture. Borat movie got many awards at the awards show. Some of the awards are Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor, Online Film Critics Society, San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor and Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor. This movie also nominated for many awards show. From 2007-2013, he did eight pictures. In these eight films he writes and produce two movies, those are Bruno and The Dictator. On 15 March 2010, he married to his lover Isla Fisher. He has two daughters and one son. The current year he is seen in film Grimsby, this movie has been written and produced by himself. In Grimsby, he was with his wife. His next film in this year which is complete is Alice Through the Looking Glass.

Ben Whishaw English Actor

Ben Whishaw

Ben Whishaw is a versatile English actor. He was born as Benjamin John Whishaw on October 14, 1980, in Clifton, Bedfordshire in England. He has a twin brother named James Whishaw. Ben studied at Henlow Middle School. He was a member of Big Spirit, a theatre company in Samuel Whitbread Community College, Shefford, where he also studied. In 2003, he graduated at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Ben got involved in several Big Spirit productions, mainly for “If This is a Man”, which is based on Primo Levi’s book of the same name. Later, it was adapted into the theatre and was taken at the Edinburgh Festival in 1995, where it earned 5-star reviews and became critically acclaimed. Ben’s performance as the lead actor in Tevor Nunn’s Hamlet, which was performed at the Old Vic Theatre, earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the Olivier Award and the theatrical Ian Charleson Awards in 2005. Ben’s other stage performances include Mercury Fur (2005), The Seagull (2006), Leaves of Glass (2007), Some Trace of Her (2008), Cock (2009), The Pride (2010), Peter and Alice (2013), Mojo (2013), Bakkhai (2015) and The Crucible (2016). He was nominated for Best Actor at WhatsOnStage Award for his performances in Peter and Alice and Mojo. His first film appearance was from the 1999 independent war film, The Trench. In 2001, he appeared as Tom in My Brother Tom and bagged the British Independent Film Awards for Most Promising Newcomer and Best Actor at the Sochi International Film Festival Awards. Ben also appeared as Keith Richards in the biographical film, Stoned. In 2006, he was starred in the German fantasy thriller, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. He also appeared in The Restraint of Beasts. In 2007, he co-starred with Heath Ledger, Richard Gere, and Christian Bale in the biographical musical drama film, I’m Not There. In 2012, Ben played the lead role in the British TV film, Richard II, which is part of BBC’s, The Hollow Crown that features William Shakespeare’s history plays. In the same year, he appeared in the independent German-American sci-fi film, Cloud Atlas, which is based on David Mitchell’s novel of the same name. In 2014, he starred in Hong Khaou’s British drama film, Lilting. The following year, he was seen as the Limping Man in the absurdist dystopian comedy-drama film, The Lobster. Later, he played as Sonny Watts in the historical period drama film, Suffragette. He reprised his role as Q in Sam Mendes’ Spectre, alongside Daniel Craig, who played James Bond in the movie. Also in 2015, Ben appeared as Herman Melville in the historical drama film, In the Heart of the Sea. For many years, Ben refused to comment on questions about his personal life. He believes that he has total rights to his privacy, whatever is his sexuality. In 2012, he had a civil partnership with Mark Bradshaw, an Australian composer. He came out as a gay man in 2014.

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Dan Gill

Born on July 8, 1982, Dan Gill is an American, who is now a retired gymnast. The web forum company, Huddler, has him as their Chief Executive Officer now. He is an example of a perfect inspiration. However, his rings and parallel bars are comparatively weaker than other events. His skills displayed an exceptional instance when he achieved a tremendously challenging mount. He descended with a sporadic, problematic trick, which amazed him greatly. He completed his schooling at James Robinson High School. The ‘wow’ moment came in his life when he scored a 10.0 in the Virginia Athletics. He set a national record for the school championship. Gill was a club gymnast under Coach Carlos Vasquez at the Burke’s Capital Gymnastics. In the year 2001-2004, he completed his education at Stanford. That time he was called an all- American. He also had an encounter with David Durante. In the year 2001, at the NCCA Championship, he took away the vault. Following in 2004, he emerged as the captain of the team and victoriously won the silver. The same year, Gill accomplished the Nissen-Emery Award, the Heisman of men's gymnastics. The US National team took him as a member in 2003 and that year the team won a Pan American bronze medal. In the analogous year, at the National Championship, he ended 11th in the round. He was sixth on floor exercise, then fifth on vault. The 2004 Nationals saw him winning the silver, and this was his ticket to the Olympics. His magnificent presentation of his skills held back everyone. He was able to move from the 12th to the 7th position, but then one drastic fall brought about many changes. The athletics in his life was more than enough, and he now wanted to acquire something that could bring about changes in his life. Since he had pursued his career in Biology, he thus prearranged his vocation as a physician. Instead of this, he went up to Silicon Valley where he was surrounded by start-ups and left medicine. After much effort, he found Huddler. He was able to accumulate $17 million in venture funding. Gill has faith that because of his gymnastics he has been able to handle things patiently. He is the son of Thom and Lorna. He considers his father and brothers as his role model due to the very fact that the latter is hardworking and intelligent. In gymnastics, he looks up to John Roethlisberger as his icon because of his unmatched skills and perseverance.

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