Michael Thomas popularly known as Tom Green is a Canadian actor, rapper,comedian,producer,director,media personality and talk show host. He was born on July 30, 1971 in Pembroke, Ontario in Canada. Tom Green is known for his television show The Tom Green Show. He has acted in several Hollywood movies and his movie Stealing Harvardhas won the 2001 Golden Raspberry Awards. Tom Green is the first son born to Richard Green, a retired army captain and Mary Jane, a communication consultant.

He studied at Henry Munro Middle School and later attended the Colonel by Secondary School and Cairene Wilson Secondary School. In 1994, he took a Bachelor in Television Broadcasting at Algonquin College and graduated.Tom Green got married to actress Drew Barrymore She first appeared in the Steven Spielberg’s movie >> Read More... on July 7, 2001.But the couple divorced officially on October 15,2002. Tom Green began his career at the age of 15 by performing stand-up comedy. While doing his studies, he hosted a show on University of Ottawa's student radio which was originally a rap music show hosted by Glenn Humplik.

Later the two joined together and changed the show to a late night call-in show where they would ridicule and mock those who called the show. In 1988, Green developed his interest in rap. Under the name 'MC Bones' he created the rap group Organized Rhymein New York. In 1994 Tom Green began his television career with his own his show The Tom Green Showon Rogers Television 22 in the Ottawa region airing 50 episodes in two seasons. By 1996 the show was aired on CBCand later in 1997 by the Comedy Network, Canada.

The real career of John Green began when MTV picked up the show in 1999.The show focused on his distinctive skits which included an X-rated lesbian scene painted on his father's car, and even drinking milk from a cow's teat. While on MTV'S Spring Break he wrote a song ‘Lonely Swedish' which became number one on Total Request Live and even was featured in Eminem's ‘The Real Slim Shady’ In March 2000, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer which put an end to his production on his TV show. On May 23,2000 Green directed a one hour MTV television special ‘The Tom Green Cancer Special’ and the episode received wide response.

‘Tom Green’s Nuts Cancer Fund’ was also raised during this time for cancer research and he even spoke to students to raise awareness. Green was the cover of the June 8,2000 issue of Rolling Stone magazine. After recovering from cancer, he stepped into Hollywood movies including Road Trip, Charlie’s Angels Freddy Got Fingered and Stealing Harvard. Later in 2002 he returned to MTV and directed a one hour special The Tom Green Subway Monkey Hour. In the same year, he began his own production company Bob Green Films.

In 2003 Green came up with The New Tom Green Show late-night talk show. His autobiography Hollywood Causes Cancer: The Tom Green story was released on October 12,2004. In 2005, here turned to rap and on December 6,2005 his second solo album Prepare for Impact was released followed by his second solo rap album Basement Jamsin January 2008.

In 2006 ManiaTV.com created Tom Green Live but in 2008 he left to rebrand himself. By 2010, he again started to do stand-up sets and performed several stand-up comedies show in Los Angeles and in November 10, he announced his first world stand-up comedy tour. In January 2013, he started doing an audio podcast Tom Green Radio and in 2015, Tom launched Web-o-vision broadcast from a studio in LA through his YouTube channel.

A milk stout beer called The Tom Green Beer was also released by Green. Tom Green currently presents his own breakfast show Tom Green in the Morning,on The Hits from 7-11am.Green once quoted "If you're the first, you’re the best, because you're the only one doing it”

Josh Charles English Actor

Josh Charles

Josh Charles is an American Actor. He has enacted in theatre, films and TV Series. Josh is popular for his roles in Sports Night, The Good Wife, and Dead Poets Society. Joshua “Josh” Charles was born on 15th September 1971 in Baltimore in Maryland, United States. His father Allan Charles was an advertising executive whereas his mother Laura was a gossip columnist for the newspaper ‘The Baltimore Sun.’ He was very passionate about films and acting from a young age. Josh started acting in stages when he was only nine years old. The directors spotted his talents and gave him chance to act in plays at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Centre, New York. Josh spent most of his teenage years there and later he enrolled at Baltimore School for the Arts. Josh made his debut with a small role in critically acclaimed Hairspray (1988). In 1989, he appeared in Academy Award winning film Dead Poet’s Society along with Robin Williams & Ethan Hawke. His character Knox Overstreet gained a cult following with time. Charles’s next film ‘Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead’ (1991) became a sleeper hit, where he played the role of the protagonist’s boyfriend. His consecutive films, Thriller Crossing the Bridge (1992) & Coming-of-age drama Threesome (1994) bombed at the box-office. His turn as a traffic-obsessed nerd in Pie in the Sky (1996) caught the attention of many spectators. After that, Josh starred as a Sports Anchor in Comedy-drama TV Series Sports Night (1998 – 2000). He earned a nomination for Outstanding Cast in Screen Actors Guild Award for his portrayal of the protagonist Dan Rydell. Josh appeared in the hit movie S.W.A.T (2003) as a police officer. His 2005 film Four Brothers also received good reviews. Charles’s psychological thriller After.Life (2009) though performed poorly at the box-office. After that, Josh starred in Emmy-winning Drama ‘The Good Wife’ (2009-2014). His role as an Attorney Will Gardner grabbed the attention of critics and earned him nominations for Best Supporting Actor in Emmy Awards twice. Josh appeared as Dan Logan in critically acclaimed drama Masters of Sex in 2015. He also enacted in ‘In Treatment’ for eight episodes in 2008. Josh’s other notable works in the small screen are Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2014), Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (2015), etc. Josh also worked in many plays like The Distance from Here, The Well-Appointed Room, A Number and The Receptionist throughout the 21st Century. He married a dancer, author and visual artist, Sophie Flack in September 2013. Their first child was born in 2014. Josh is Jewish and a fan of Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens.


Peter Cushing

Peter Cushing, was an English on-screen character and a BAFTA TV Award Best Actor champ in 1956. He was born on 26 May 1913. He died on 11 August 1994. He is mostly known for his productive appearances in Hammer Films, in which he assumed substantial character parts like the evil researcher Baron Frankenstein, The Sherlock Holmes and the vampire seeker Dr. Van Helsing, among numerous different parts. He showed up as often as possible inverse Christopher Lee and, every so often, Vincent Price. A commonplace face on both sides of the Ocean of Atlantic, he is best known outside the Hammer creation for playing Dr. Who in the show Doctor Who. He is also famous for Daleks (1965) and even in the spin-off Daleks – Invasions Earth (1966). He is remembered for his execution as Great Moff Tarkin in the movie Star Wars (1977). Shortly after his introduction to the world, the family moved to Dulwich present in South London. After the finish of the First World War, they returned near Kenley. This opportunity to neighboring regions of Purley, Surrey, where in 1926 his cash inspector father manufactured Clearview for an Art Deco institute located on St James Road. It was here that he continued to stay until early adulthood. Instructed at Shoreham College, Cushing left his first occupation as a surveyor's right hand to take up a grant at the Guildhall School of Drama And Music. His first real film part was in the much lesser known film of Osric in Lawrence Olivier's screenplay of Hamlet (1948). During the period of the 1950s, he worked in TV, outstandingly as Winston Smith in the BBC's 1954 adjustment of the famous and well-loved George Orwell novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), the script of which was written by Nigel Kneale. Among other TV appearances, Cushing featured as King Richard II in Richard of Bordeaux (released in 1955), Fitzwilliam Darcy in the BBC's creation of Pride and Prejudice (1952), and as Ryan, a Prospero-like character, in "Missing Link" (1975), and a scene of Space: 1999. He additionally showed up in The Avengers and its successor arrangement, The New Avengers. In 1956, he got the British Academy Television Award for the part of Best Actor. In his personal history, Cushing infers that he endeavored suicide on the night of his better half's demise by running here and there stairs in the vain expectation that it would initiate a heart assault. In spite of the fact that not expectedly religious, Cushing kept up a conviction both in God and an afterlife. The impacts of his better half's passing ended up being as much physical as mental. He rehashed the part of the man who lost family in other blood and gore movies, including The Creeping Flesh (1973), Asylum (1972), and The Ghoul (1975). In the year 1986, Cushing showed up on the BBC TV demonstrate Jim'll Fix It, his desire being to have a genus of rose named after his dearly beloved Helen; and thus "Helen Cushing Rose" was the magnificent outcome.

Peter Cushing English Actor