Timothy Blake Nelson is an American screenwriter, film actor, and also a director. He was born on 11 May in 1964 in the city of Tulsa in Oklahoma. His parents are Ruth Nelson, who is a prominent social dissident and a famous philosopher in the city of Tulsa, and Don Nelson who is a successful geologist. He is of Jewish family line. His grandparents  were from Germany at the time of Hitler. They got away from the Nazis in a matter of days before the start of the World War II. They escaped to Britain in the year 1938 and emigrated to United States in the year 1941. His dad's family were Russian Jewish. He went to the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute ain Oklahoma. He finished graduation from Holland Hall School in the year 1982 in the city of Tulsa. He is an alumni of Brown University. He was a Classics Major and additionally Senior Orator for the class in the year 1986. Also, he won the Workman/Driskoll grant for his work in the field of Classical Studies. He finished his graduation from Juilliard in the year 1990.  

Timothy’s entrance to the acting career was with the play Eye of God which was created at Seattle Repertory Theater in the year 1992. The Gray Zone play was first played at MCC Theater in the city of New York in the year 1996. There his work of Anadarko was additionally produced in the year 1998. He portrayed as a co-star of the comic drama The Unnaturals, which kept running on HA! channel and, later on, CTV somewhere around 1989-1991. He co-starred with John Mariano, Paul Zaloom, and Siobhan Fallon.

Timothy has showed up as a performing artist in films, television serials and theater. He also played the role of Delmar in the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?. by Ethan and Joel Coen. He has been the only one in the casting group who had insisted on working on the film Odyssey, which was directed by Homer. He sang a soundtrack for the movie "In the Jailhouse Now" which got a Grammy award as the Best Album of the Year. He also played the role of Samuel Sterns in the film The Incredible Hulk in the year 2008. He likewise worked in the 2001 audiobook At the Altar of Speed: The Fast Life and Tragic Death of Dale Earnhardt.

Timothy has showed up in front of an audience in the city of New York at theaters like Manhattan Theater Club, Soho Repertory Theater, Manhattan Class Company, Playwrights Horizons. He has been the director of many film variants of the plays like The Gray Zone, Eye of God. He is also a part of the Board of Directors in The Actors Center in the city of New York and additionally for the Soho Rep Theater.

Vincent D Onofrio

Vincent D'Onofrio is an American actor and producer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, to parents Gennaro D'Onofrio, and Phyllis, Vincent is originally of Italian descent, from the famed town of Sicily. As a child, D'Onofrio was an introvert, and mostly involved himself in his father's business of providing sound systems to community theatres. He completed his education from the Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School. D'Onofrio's passion for drama led him to pursue the theatre from the University of Colorado, where he spent nearly 18 months. He also undertook a course in method acting from the Actors Studio, and the American Stanislavsky Theatre, which pocketed his introductory paid role in "This Property is Condemned" produced by Off Broadway. Juggling the theatre alongside various part-time jobs such as serving as a bouncer at the Hard Rock Cafe, and working as a bouncer to Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant, constituted to some of the early struggles of D'Onofrio. He found his breakthrough with the role of Pvt. Leonard Lawrence in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket. D'Onofrio had to send nearly four audition tapes, and gain nearly 30 kilos, to pocket the part of the mentally unstable marine in Kubrick's movie. He also featured in Adventures in Babysitting, Mystic Pizza, Household Saints, Ed Wood, Steal This Movie, Happy Accidents, "The Player," and "The Cell," just to name a few. After appearing in small roles in the television series The Equaliser, and Miami Vice, D'Onofrio found his small-screen breakthrough in 1997 with Homicide: Life on the Street, for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award. In the year 2000, Vincent pocketed the chance to play the part of Detective Robert Goren on Law & Order: Criminal intent produced by the NBC. He also received an award for the Best Actor at the Stockholm International Film Festival for the portrayal of Mike Cobb in “Thumbsucker,” which was an independent film. D'Onofrio also collected various accolades as a supporting actor in the 1997 Will Smith starrer Men in Black, where he acted as the bug-infected farmer. There on, he has appeared in films such as The Break-Up, The Narrows, Staten Island, Kill the Irishman, Chained, Sinister, The Judge, the Jurassic World, only to name a few of the lot, and in television serials such as Sherlock: Case of Evil, Men in Black: The Series, and Marvel's Daredevil. In the year 1998, Vincent D'Onofrio co-founded the 'River Run International Film Festival' with his father Gennaro, and sister Elizabeth in North Carolina. He  was also involved in the works of the Utah Meth Cops Project in 2008, serving as the spokesperson and raising funds. D'Onofrio, like any true patriot, grabbed every chance to serve the nation, which was evident when he turned into the public figure of a gun control debate of the Citizens Crime Commission, New York. He also served as a narrator in the 2012 documentary "Heroes Behind the Badge." Since 2010, D'Onofrio has been a representative of the works Nation Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.  D'Onofrio tied the knot with the former Dutch model Carin van der Donk in 1997 and the couple is parents to Elias Gene, and Luka.

Vincent D Onofrio English Actor