Birthday: 17-08-1960
Age: 58
Star sign: Virgo

One of the talented, award winning and intelligent powerhouse actors of all time. He was considered to be one of the highest paid actor and also a government official. Named as Sean Justin Penn and born on August 17, 1960 in California, USA. First starred in the movie “Taps” as Cadet Captain Alex Dwyer a story of military cadets that battles and ensured the future of their academy against construction developers. He also starred in the movie “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” as Jeff Spicolli, as Michel for the movie “bad Boys” in 1983, a story of a young man that accidentally killed a guy and sent to rehabilitation center. He continuously landed major roles until 1986 he played the character Glendon for the movie “Shanghai Surprise” a story of a man that will try to defy fortune in China and meets a nurse that will try to look for curing powers of opium to cure patients, starring Madonna. He also made a great charm in playing Officer Danny for the movie “ Colors”, as Guenther X in “Judgment in Berlin”, as Sgt. Tony Meserve for the movie “Casualties of War”, as Jim for the movie “We’re No Angels”, and as Terry Noonam for the movie “State of Grace.”

In the beginning of the decade, he starred as David for the movie “Carlito’s Way”, a story of a renewed former drug user and convict that will be tested by the pressure around him gets a better life in New York. He made a great rendition for his character as a convicted killer that will be nurtured by a nun before his death row in the movie “Dead Man Walking”, he won Best Actor from Cannes for the movie “She’s So Lovely” as Eddie Quinn, as Eddie for the movie “Hurlyburly”, as Emmet for the movie Sweet Lowdown” a story of a guitarist that always faces brawls and falls in love with a mute. He made also various films including “The Pledge”, he was also nominated and well received for the movie “I Am Sam”, as Jimmy for the numerous award winning movie “Mystic River” a story of three friends with bad pasts and reunites to help one of their friend from a problem. He did it again receivingmultiple nominations and awards for the movie “21 Grams” as Paul Rivers”, also as Samuel J. Bicke for the movie of “The Assassination of Richard Nixon”, as Tobin Keller for the movie “The Interpreter” and writer plus director for the movie “Into the Wild” in 2007.

He also starred in the critically acclaimed movie “Milk” as Harvey Milk, as story of gay activist who fought for the rights of gay and became the first outspoken gay elected official. He also starred in the movie “Fair Game”, as Adult Jack for the movie “ The Tree of Life”, as Cheyenne for the movie “This Must be the Place”, as Mickey Cohen for the 2013 movie “ Gangster Squad”, starred in the movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” a story of a man that will do anything not to be threatened on their work and will make a big difference and will have surprises as he embarked in a journey, and also as Jim Terrier for the movie “ The Gunman.”

Philip Baker Hall English Actor

Philip Baker Hall

One of the most brilliant actors and a true modern classic portrayal in every way. Born as Philip Baker Hall on September 10, 1931 in Ohio, United States. He first appeared as Father Reis for the movie “Cowards” a story of a man that will decide about his life in choosing go to another place or fight for his country at war. He made another film called “Love in 1972”, as Ryan for the movie “Throw Out the Anchor”, as Mike Sills for the movie “Throw Out the Anchor!” a story of soldiers that killed the Japanese General in the Philippines but also rape and murder a man’s wife. He also starred as Dr. Inman for the movie “The Man with Bogart’s Face”, as Richard Nixon for his critically acclaimed movie “Secret Honor” a fictionalized character that shows introverted and flash backs of important days in his life and the reasons for Watergate scandal. He also appeared in the movie “Nothing in Common”, as Detective Mulvahill in “Three O’Clock”, as Sidney for “Midnight Run”, as IRS Boss for “Say Anything…”, as Dean Patterson for the movie “How I Got Into College”, and as the Police Commissioner for the movie “Ghostbusters II.” He also played the role Judge Kenneth for the movie “An Innocent Man”, as Senator Thyme for the 1992 movie “Live Wire”, as Junior Brown for “Kiss of Death”, and Sydney Hughes for the movie “Eye for an Eye.” He also casted in the movie “The Rock” as the Chief Justice that will help bring out a spy from solitary imprisonment to bring down a rogue general and his rebellious men in Alcatraz. He appeared as the Attorney General Andrew Ward for the movie “Air Force One”, at the heights of the movie, as the President try to gain back control in the plane and struggling, the Secretary of Defense and the Attorney General talks about what will be the procedure to maintain a good working government. He was nominated for SAG in his character as Floyd Gondoli for the movie “Boogie Nights”, as Mr. Bell in the movie “Sour Grapes”, as Pobby Malavero for “Judas Kiss”, as Captain William Diel in the comedy action movie “Rush Hour Series” starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, a story of cops that at first will have difficulties dealing one another but in the end they end up perfect chemistry in rescuing the daughter of Ambassador. He also appeared as Attorney Mark Silverberg in the movie “Enemy of the State” with will Smith, as Sheriff Chambers for the movie “Psycho”, as So Hirsch for “Let the Devil Wear Black”, as John Sawyer for the movie “Implicated”, as Gray Mathers for the movie “Cradle Will Rock”, and as Don Hewitt for “The Insider.” He also portrayed the character Jimmy Gator for the movie “Magnolia”, a story of love, forgiveness and meaning in San Fernando Valley, also nominated for SAG Outstanding Performance by a Cast. He landed a major role for the movie “Rules of Engagement” as General Hodges, as Defense Secretary Becker for the movie “The Sum of All Fears”, a story of Jack Ryan that must prevent and stop the plans of terrorist that will make America and Russia to clash. He also joined the ranks of casts for the movie “Dogville”, as Jack Bayor for the movie “Bruce Almighty”, the executive boss of Bruce in a story of a refined newscaster that always complains about his life and mocks God that He bestowed all the bad things to Bruce. He also starred as Harry Mayfield for the movie “A House on a Hill”, as Eugene Kalb for the movie “In Good Company”, as Father Callaway for the horror movie “The Amityville Horror” a story of couple that moved in a house that is haunted by the spirits of demons. He also appeared as Sherwood Morrill for the movie “Zodiac”, as Captain Smith for “The Lodger”, and as Coach Byrnes for the movie “Fired Up.” He completes his a list movies including “All Good Things”, as Judge Julius for the movie “The Chicago 8”, as Alan in the movie “50/50”, as Herd Gold in the movie adaptation “Bending the Rules”, as Ike Rafferty for “People Like Us”, as the CIA Director Stansfield Turner for the critically acclaimed movie “Argo”, a CIA agent will initiate his plans to rescue six Americans by covering everything with a science fiction film in Tehran, Iran. He also starred as Dr. William Bowman in “Bad Words”, as McKenzie for the movie “Clear History”, and also casted for the movie “Playing it Cool.

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Tom Hardy

Starring in everything from Peaky Blinders to The Dark Knight Rises, Edward Thomas Hardy, also known as Tom Hardy, is a thriller and action movie specialist.  Tom was born on September 15th 1977 in Hammersmith, London.  Both of his parents were heavily involved in the arts and relied on it for their living.  Naturally, Thomas also became interested and studied at Richmond Drama School and ultimately received his degree from the school. Hardy’s acting debut came when he starred in the 2001 war film Black Hawk Down as Sgt. Lance Twombly.  After acting in some more obscure movies such as dot the I, Tom acquired some heavy international fame after starring in Star Trek Nemesis as the main villain, Shinzon.  He went on to portray real-life tough guy Charles Bronson in the film Bronson in which Hardy put on over 42 pounds.  Starring as a mixed-martial arts fighter who must fight his own brother Tom gained critical praise for his role in the film Warrior.  He is perhaps best known for his role as the supervillain Bane in the third and final film of the Batman trilogy.  In 2015 Hardy played the lead role of Max Rockatansky in the remake Mad Max: Fury Road.  In late 2015, Tom Hardy will be playing twin brothers, Ronald and Reggie Kray in the highly anticipated film, Legend. Hardy has also acted in a few theatre roles winning a prestigious award in the process, the London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding newcomer.  As to Thomas’s personal life away from acting, in 2008, he and Charlotte Riley started dating which culminated into marriage in July, 2014.  Edward Hardy has one son named Louis Thoma.  Edward has repeatedly stated that his hero is an actor by the name of Gary Oldman.

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