Born on 6th May 1981, Will Blagrove hails from the Queens, New York City. Blagrove is a familiar face seen in many commercials for companies such as KFC, MTV, ESPN, and Showtime. Along with that, he also had the opportunity to work with director Spike Lee in a United Negro Fund College commercial. He also worked with feature film director Paul Hunter in Bulletproof Monk for NIKE. Not just that, Blagrove has also acted in famous movies and TV series. Blagrove completed his pre-law graduation from St. John’s University. He was active in the School theatre community and had taken up the role of the Vice President. Instead of pursuing a career in law, Blagrove started gaining interest in the film industry. His charming looks brought him many commercial offers and acting opportunities. He played the lead role in ‘A Good Dad’ directed by Hugo Fernandez (Deep Project Arts - 2011), ‘The Good River’ by Shannon Lynch (APU Films – 2011), ‘The Engagement Party’ by Roderick Giles (Clarendon Entertainment), ‘The Ski Trip’ by Maurice Jamal (MTV Films - 2004), and ‘Cost of a Soul’ by Sean Kirkpatrick (Relativity Media - 2010). He also played supporting roles in TV movie by LMN ‘Hunt for the Labyrinth Killer’ directed by Hanelle Culpepper.

He has worked in TV series such as – Comedy Central’s ‘Broad City’ directed by Nick Jasenovec, CBS’s ‘The Young and The Restless’ directed by Dean Lamont, FOX’s ‘Gang Related’ directed by Richard J. Lewis, NBC’s ‘The Mysteries of Laura’ directed by Norman Buckley, NBC’s ‘Law and Order SVU’, CBS’s ‘As The World Turns’ by Michael Elbaum, CW’s ‘Gossip Girl’ directed by J. Miller Tobin, A&E’s ‘Those Who Kill’ directed by Stefan Schwartz and ‘Powers’ (Sony Play station’s new online series). He has also acted in the currently famous series ABC’s ‘ Quantico’ and A&E’s ‘ Unforgettable’. His work on cartoons includes voicing roles in cartoons like Nickelodeon’s ‘ Winx Club’, Sprout’s ‘Super Wings’ and Nickelodeon’s ‘Go Diego Go’. And not to forget, he has been the promo voice of Fuse music Channel as well. Now to talk about the big roles Blagrove has played, he has been in one of the most famous trilogies and franchise among the youngsters, Lionsgate's ‘ Divergent’ directed by Neil Burger. He was given a chance Director James L. Brook to work in the romantic comedy called ‘How do you know’ along with Owen Wilson. Not just films and TV shows, Blagrove has proved his talent on the stage by performing highly acclaimed plays such as Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream’, Harper Lee’s ‘ To Kill A Mockingbird’ and Buddy Farmer’s ‘Alabama Baggage’.

Will Blagrove’s acting is convincing and honest. He does justice to every role he plays. He is attracting some opportunities with his great acting in films, TV shows, and theatre plays as well. We’ll be soon seeing him on Netflix TV series ‘Bloodline.’

Sammi Rotibi English Actor

Sammi Rotibi

Sammi Rotibi, born on 5th August, is originally from Lagos, Nigeria, who currently lives in Los Angeles, California. He was born and raised in Lagos. Rotibi was inspired to pursue acting as his career when he performed first in a play called ‘Jonin.’ A casting agent, who was one of the customers at the bank Rotibi worked in, discovered his ability to act. He performed a role in the last episode of ‘Miami Vice’. He also went to Ivana Chubbuck Studio, Inc. to enhance his acting skills. His famous performances include - movies like ‘Django Unchained’ (Sony Pictures - 2012) directed by Quentin Tarantino, where he played the role of Rodney; ‘Lord of War’ by Andrew Niccol, where he played the role of Andre Baptiste Jr. alongside Nicholas Cage (Lionsgate films - 2005); and ‘Tears of the Sun’ (Sony Pictures - 2003) by Antoine Fuque, where he played the role of Arthur Azuka. In an interview, Rotibi shares how he was on crutches when he went for the audition for ‘Django Unchained’. However, the director couldn’t overlook the natural ability, and he gave Rotibi a chance. His other movies also include ‘Extramarital’ in 1998 – directed by Yael Russcol, ‘Yellow’ in 2006 – directed by Alfred Rodriguez de Villa, ‘Blue’ in 2009, and Area Boyz Entertainment’s ‘CIS Las Gidi’ in 2011. He bagged roles in ‘40-life’ directed by JP Epstein (2011) and ‘LUV’ directed by Sheldon Candis (2012). In 2012, he played the role of Jason in a French-American Psychological movie called ‘Maniac’ directed by Franck Khalfoun. His other performances include his role in ‘Dirty Laundry’ directed by Phil Joanou (2012), Glass Rock Entertainment Hatchet Films’ ‘Cru’ where he played Adisa Ewansiha (directed by Alton Glass - 2014) and ‘Bad Ass me 3’ directed by Craig Moss where he played Geoffrey(2015). Rotibi has also gained popularity through his performance, especially in the CW series ‘The Secret Circle’ as Ebden. He has also performed in various TV series such as – ABC’s ‘NYPD Blue’ (1997 – 2003), ‘Rage to Survive’ (1998), CBS’s ‘Washington Police’ (2001), TNN’s ‘The Fugitive Act’, UPN’s ‘Special Unit 2’ (2001), FX’s ‘Son of the Beach’, ‘The Jennie Project’ (2001), Sci-Fi Channel’s ‘Invisible Man’ (2001), CBS’s ‘JAG’ (2003), Lifetime’s ‘The Division’ (2004), CBS’s ‘CSI: NY’ (2008) and El Rey’s ‘Matador’ (2014). He has also made a special appearance in the CBS series ‘Scorpion’ as Madaky. Rotibi has also been a part of various plays. He played the role of Torch in ‘Beirut’ a play presented by Athena Theatre Co. One of the most striking aspects of Rotibi’s personality is how rooted he is in his culture and homeland. Not only is he an actor, but Rotibi is also a humanitarian. He has expressed his wishes to help young people in Africa who aspire to pursue acting. He believes in being original and wants to leave a mark through his works. His success mantra is observed to be working hard, learning from other people and improving his acting skills. Rotibi is a part of ‘I Am Just like You’ campaign which promotes racial equality and tries to diminish the barriers based on race and colour. He, himself, was a victim of racist comments and strives to create awareness about prevailing racial discrimination. He was also a part of the BLKBND project by the ADVNT society, and it was published on the Martin Luther King, Jr. day. On a lighter note, Rotibi loves Classic Rock, Salsa, and Classical Music. In recent times, Rotibi has a played the role of General Amajagh in the much-awaited film, ‘Batman vs. Superman’. His next project includes playing the role of GIGI in the movie ‘Going Under’ with Bruce Willis. Rotibi’s charismatic personality has attracted people’s attention and is gaining popularity with each performance. He maintains a good rapport with his fan by being in touch with them through his social networking accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).

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Deep Roy

Deep Roy is a Kenyan resident of Indian origin. He was born on 1st December 1957 in Nairobi, Kenya. His original name is Mohinder Purba. He is professionally a stuntman, puppeteer, and comedian. He is also called Roy Deep or Gordeep Roy; he has been active in the industry since 1976. Due to his miniature size, he has been a part of various small sized roles such as in Charlie and Chocolate Factory, Star Trek, etc. Charlie and Chocolate Factory composed of 165 Oompa-Loompas and Roy played each and every one of them for which he even took dancing lessons for the four musical numbers the movie had. Both his parents are Indians. He made his debut in 1976 with the movie, “The New Avengers” where he played the role of Klokoe. In the same year, he portrayed the character of an Italian assassin in the picture, “The Pink Panther Strikes Again”. The actor played a villain Mr. Sin in The Talons of Weng-Chiang where Roy had to portray as a villain with an appetite of human beings, that proved to be a challenging role for Roy, but he played that with perfection. In the movies Greystoke-The Legend of Tarzan and Lord of the Apes and its remake Planet of the Apes, Deep Roy played an ape. It seemed a small, unchallenging role but the performance was brilliant and outstanding, every character in a movie matters. Roy has also been a part of many Television series including X-Files, Flash Gordon, The Dark Crystal, The Never-Ending Story, Return to Oz, etc. In the Never Ending Story, he portrayed Teeny-Weeny, a messenger on the racing snail rider. In Return of Jedi, Roy played the role of Droopy McCool. In the 2009 thriller of the Transformers series, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Roy is seen playing the role of an Egyptian guard and has also starred in Star Trek as Montgomery’s assistant Keenser on Delta Vega, the ice planet. Except movies and TV Shows, Roy has been appearing in TV Commercials and advertisements and has been proving his worth in spite of being short. The height doesn’t describe the length of a man’s work. In the second season Eastbound and Down, Roy played Aaron, who was born in Mumbai and was a brutal Mexican criminal. Deep Roy is a part of the upcoming Star Trek movie, “Star Trek Beyond” and is slated for a 2016 release.

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Deep Roy English Actor