Zachary Coffin

Other names of Zachary Coffin: Zack Coffin

Zachary Coffin, a.k.a, Zack Coffin is a versatile actor who has worked in Bollywood, Hollywood, Kollywood films and has also acted in some of the hit TV shows and webseries. Other than acting, he has also displayed his skills in writing. Born in 1968, Zack is 48 years old. He has dual citizenship of Canada and USA. He has studied at Stella Adler Acting Academy, New York. He learned to be a master screenwriter from Columbia University. He studied film production at a Summer Program of Sight and Sound at New York University and received a Masters degree in Fine Arts from the University of Southern California and learned direction in Cinema and Television.

Zack made his first mark in the field of acting in the 2007 drama “A Mighty Heart”, which starred Angelina Jolie Who will not be stung with her “pouting lips?” Ang >> Read More... . He played the role of Matt MacDowell. A little-known fact is that before landing this role, Zack was also present in the credits of the 1997 romance film “Simple Gifts”, where Zack had taken on the responsibility of the First Assistant Director. He was also the uncredited Associate Producer and Writer for the same. Once he was identified as one of the actors who can carry off intense and powerful roles, many similar offers made their way to Zack, which slowly paved the way for his entry into Bollywood.

His next project, “ Jasmine Bio coming soon... >> Read More... ”, premiered in 2014. He held the position of the director and the writer for “Jasmine.” It was about an Indian-American, played by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a popular Indian actress >> Read More... , who searches for her father in the aftermath of gas spill tragedy of an industry that her father controlled. Although the film did not achieve commercial success, it established Zack as a gifted writer. He finally created a niche for himself in 2014 in the Bollywood movie “Mary Kom” where he played the character of the German Coach. It was this very part that brought him under the public eye.

In 2015, Zack played a minor role in the British-American comedy “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” which was a sequel to the 2011 hit “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”. Even though he played a minor part as an American tourist, he once again managed to give a lasting performance. Later, in the same year, Zack appeared in Bollywood satirical comedy “Bangistan” as Stanislav the Cop, but unfortunately, the film did not fare very well at the Box-office. He played one of the slain journalists in the romantic drama “Hamari Adhuri Kahani”.

2016 was a key year for Zack where he appeared in a number movies. A Tamil horror-comedy titled “Jackson Durai” had Zack as Jackson, one of the leading characters in the film. In the comedy “Housefull 3” he was a British Football coach. In Shah Rukh Khan’s action, drama and thriller movie “Fan” he played a Jail Inmate. In the comedy “Mastizaade” he is an announcer.

He has also had minor parts in “Peddlers” (2012), ‘Tigers’ (2014), Crazy Cukkad Family (2015) and ‘Brothers’ (2015). He has also appeared on TVF. Other than films, Zack also acts in shows like “Maha Kumbh” (Life OK), “The Trip” (Bindaas) and “Shapath: Super Cops Vs. Super Villains” (Star India). He currently resides in Mumbai and is enjoying making India his home.

Urs Remond English Actor

Urs Remond

Urs Remond is a Swiss actor and director. His birthday ison October 12, 1964, and his place of birth is Neukirchen in Germany. He is 52 years old. Remond spent much of his childhood and early youth in Cameroon in Africa. As a child, he trained in classical dance while he was studying in High School. After having completed his graduation, he pursued theater and drama at the University of Theater and Music in Hamburg, Germany. Urs has also flirted with different career options like lecturing, singing, and even stage fights. He is also a gifted ballet dancer. He kicked off his career by writing screenplays and plays, but he later started focusing on his artistic activity that could enhance the field of drama. He created an adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and led his troupe at the Hebbel Theater in 1990. He continued to work as a director and also got the opportunity to direct many music videos as well. He spent his talents on writing the screenplay of the film, Love is Sexy in the year 2008. Remond also became an actor when he debuted on the TV screen and started to make quite a lot of appearances and landed recurring and guest roles. He played the role of Bill Conolly in the famous TV series Ghostbusters John Sinclair. It was his chief serial part. In the fourth season of RTL’s action series, Medicopter 117 – Every Life Counts, he played the role of an emergency physician. The name of his character was Dr. Mark Harland, and he continued to keep this part from 2010 to 2011. Urs gained international fame and started being active on the global scene. He was in the American series about secret agents, Covert Affairs, and he even managed a part in the BBC Mini-series 37 Days, which released in 2014. He played the role of a German ambassador, the Prince Lichnowsky. His popularity has been increasing drastically since 2011. In the ARD’s telenovela, Red Roses, he plays the part of Jeff Parker. He is a supporting actor. Red Roses kept him engaged for the entire year of 2016. His wife was Roswitha Schreiner, who he divorced later. Their marriage fell apart due to insecurities and the inability to keep up their professional relationship, especially since she was a very renowned actor. UIrs is a tall man, and his height is around five feet eleven inches. He is renowned for his acting skills and even more importantly, his writings talents. His work, Lena – Liebe meines Lebens is one of his best works and is a testament to the proper talent he possesses.


Frank Schenk

Frank Schenk, born Frank-Otto Schenk, is a German theater performer, actor, voice actor and dubbing director. He was born on 10 October 1943 in Kuckerneese, a settlement in East Prussia, Germany and now a part of Russia. He is 73 years old. He also goes by the alias, FO Schenk. He trained to be an actor at the Ernst Busch Drama School in Berlin. After finishing Drama School, he performed at The Rostock Folk Theatre in the year 1965 to 1973. He appeared in several movies in the sixties and seventies. After the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the setting up of the Theatre in Palace at Berlin, Frank got the opportunity to display his acting skills to the audience from the year 1985 to 1988. He also was a voice actor and then dubbing director for the American shows “Cheers” and “Frasier”. He gave voice to the character of “Dr. Frasier Crane.” He also did a voiceover for the German dubbed version of “American Pie” film series and performed as Eugene Levy. He became quite famous for his rough, baritone voice. In “Star Trek: Voyager” Frank lent his voice to the character of Commander Chakotay, played by the actor Robert Beltran. He also dubbed for the role of Harry Pearce (played by Peter Firth) in the British TV serial Spooks, which was about the intelligence service Mi5. He usually dubs Stephen Fry, Albert Brooks, Michael McKean, and Jim Broadbent. He voiced for Steve Martin as Inspector Clouseauin in The Pink Panther movies, James Fox in Heart Of Darkness, Jeffrey Tambor in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, and Tony Shalhoub in 13 Ghosts. Frank is credited for over 169 roles that he has worked on over the span of his entire acting career. Amongst all his works, 1973 classic tragicomic, “The Legend Of Paul And Paula” (The original German film title being: “Die Legende von Paul und Paula”) stands out where he played the supporting role, a colleague named Schmidt of the lead, Winfried Glatzeder. In 1975, he played the main character in German comedy “Die Seefee” (The Sea Fairy) as Ulf, the sailor, and a lover. He made an appearance in the 2004 German comedy short “The Dud.” His on-screen appearances include episodes of Leipzig Homicide, Polizeiruf 110, and Tatort, as well as the films Dr. M. starring alongside Jennifer Beals and Tigers (2014). His roles in Animation movies include Owl in Winnie the Pooh (2011), Judge Hopkins in Paranorman, Fat Cat on Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Mr. Merrimack in ‘Rango’, Snively on Sonic the Hedgehog, and even in a variety of anime characters.

Frank Schenk English Actor