Nia Vardalos took birth on 24th September of 1962. Professionally she is an actress, director, and screenwriter. She also produced Greek descent. Her 2002 movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, got academy award nomination in which she was an actor, and her work into this was very notable. She took birth at Manitoba on 24th September of 1962. His parents were- Doreen, who is professionally a homemaker and bookkeeper, whereas “Gus Vardalos”, was a land developer. In “Winnipeg”, he became the student of “St. George School” and high school “Shaftesbury”.

The university attended by him was “Ryerson University” in Toronto. On 5th September of 1993, he changed his religion to the orthodoxy of Greek before marrying “ Ian Gomez”, an actress in U.S.A. Then during 2008, they moved ahead to adopt “LLaria”. Then at “Huffington Post”, she posted advice column for the process of adoption. In 1999, she got U.S. citizenship. Starting with her career, she is an alumna of Vardalos, which is a comedy repertory company in Chicago. She did many small roles into T.V. shows like “Two Guys and a Girl”, “The Drew Carey Show”.

He even did voicing for “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi”. It was written by “Brian Daley”for the radio “National Public.” Her movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, gave her a lot of fame and in this, she played the role of a woman who struggled much to find love. This film gave her big success. She even got a nomination for an Academy award for best writing, golden globe nomination for best actress for motion picture and a nomination for “Screen Actors Guild Award”. The Sleeper hit, which was the highest revenue giving movie made CBS spin-off series- My Big Fat Greek Life, unsuccessful.

After completing the seven episodes, this show was canceled. Her next release was of 2004, “Connie and Carla”, which is a musical for two women, who pretended to be a drag queen. In 2009, she did her debut for direction with “I Hate Valentine’s Day”. This movie was based upon a florist who was looking for the romance in her life. This movie got the gross value $1,985,260 in the international level box office. After this, he did “My Life in Ruins”, which was about the tour guide, which was misguided and he travelled around Greece.

“Richard Dreyfuss” was the winner of Academy Award into this. This movie was the production of America first and after getting permission from “Acropolis”, it received approval from the government of Greek. In the sales of DVD and at the international level box office, this movie turned out to be a moderate level success. In 2011, he wrote the comedy movie “ Larry Crowne,” Tom Hanks being co-writer for same. Reviews of this movie were in between, and its earning was $59.8 million. In 2012, he starred into “Talk Of The Town” and in 2013 starred at “A Wilderness of Monkeys”.

Rita Wilson English Actress

Rita Wilson

Rita Wilson took birth on 26th October of 1956. Professionally, she is a singer, producer, and actress in U.S.A. Some of the movies done by her includes- Sleepless in Seattle in 1993, then 1995 release Now and Then, Jingle All the Way in 1996, The Story of Us during 1996 and 1999 release Runaway Bride. She has also worked into T.V., and some of her T.V. production includes “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” in 2002. While coming to her early life, she took birth at Los Angeles. Her mother was born near Greece border. Her father took birth into Greece. On 4th May of 1949, her father migrated to U.S.A. During his marriage, his father converted his religion to Orthodox from Islam. So, Rita was brought up in Greek Orthodox. Starting with her career, she gave it a start with her guest role in “The Brady Bunch.” In this, she played the role of a candidate who was standing against “Marcia”, for the head post of a cheerleader. She has come for two times into “M.A.S.H” during 1982. Here she played the role of a nurse named “Lacey”. Her some of other sitcoms includes- Three’s Company, Bosom Buddies, and Frasier. Her other movies are- Volunteers, which is a comedy movie, Teen Witch, a 1989 American comedy film, “Barbarians at the Gate”, a film upon books, “The Bonfire of the Vanities”, a direction by “Brian de Palma”, “Mixed Nuts”, a Christmas comedy movie, “Sleepless in Seattle”, production of Gary Foster, “Now and Then”, a production by “Demi Moore”, “That Thing You Do”, a direction of “Tom Hanks”, “Jingle All the Way”, a family movie of Christmas comedy, “Runaway Bride”, a romantic and comedy movie, Invisible Child, an American drama of 1999, “The Story of Us”, a direction by “Rob Reiner”, “Raise Your Voice”, musical drama film of America, “Its Complicated”, 2009 release American comedy and “Larry Crowne”, a 2011 American comedy. Her guest appearances into TV Series includes- Frasier, which is an American sitcom, Curb Your Enthusiasm, a American comedy T.V. series, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, a creation of “Dick Wolf”, “The Good Wife”, a legal-political drama of U.S.A and “Body of Proof”, a medical drama of America. She also gave a performance on “Broadway”. In this, she worked for the month of June until August and was in the role of “Roxie Hart”. While coming to her personal life, she married with actor ‘Tom Hanks’, during 1988. This couple has two children- Truman and Chester. She also has one more son and daughter from the older wife of Tom- Elizabeth and Colin. She also gave a donation to “Moffitt Cancer Centre” of 14k gold as well as jewelry of silver. She got this inspiration from “Rosie O’ Donnell.” She also became the member of the church “Greek Orthodox.” During 2015 of April, she got a diagnosis of breast cancer. With this, she got under reconstructive surgery with double mastectomy. After the duration of one month, she gave a return back to her profession with the show “Fish in the Dark”.


Andrea Martin

Andrea Martin is an American comedian, actress, author, and singer. She has made her contribution in television series as well movie. She is best known for her character in the television series named SCTV. She has been a part of movies like My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Hedwig, and the Angry Inch, Black Christmas, Pippin, My Favorite Year, Act One, Exit the King, Young Frankenstein, Candide, Oklahoma!, and Fiddler on the Roof. She has won five Tony Award nominations in the category of five Best Featured Actress. She was born in Portland. She was the eldest child of John Papazian Martin and Sybil A. Her father owned a grocery store named Martin's Foods. She graduated from Emerson College. She moved to Toronto after her graduation and started looking for work in the theater, film, and television. In 1972, she started working with a production house Godspell. Many famous stars like Victor Garber, Eugene Levy, Martin Short, Gilda Radner, were from this production house. She made her first appearance in movies with Cannibal Girls in 1973. She won the Best Actress Award, at the Sitges Film Festival for the movie. In 1974, she acted in the Canadian movie Black Christmas. In 1976, she became a part of the Canadian comedy television series, SCTV. The series also starred Dave Thomas, Catherine O'Hara, Joe Flaherty, John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Harold Ramis. In 1981, she was nominated for Emmy Awards for the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in for her role in SCTV. She made her first appearance in a Broadway My Favorite Year, in 1992. The Broadway earned her three awards. First Drama Desk Award, second Theatre World Award, and third in Tony Award in the category of Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Her other Broadway includes Oklahoma!, Candide, Young Frankenstein. All these gave her a nomination for the Tony Award in the category of Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She was next seen in the Exit the King opposite Susan Sarandon and Geoffrey Rush. She played the role of Juliette, which earned her a nomination for an Outer Critics Circle Award and Drama Desk. Her other theater work includes Betty's Summer Vacation and The Rose Tattoo. She was given the Elliot Norton Award for Best Actress for Betty's Summer Vacation. She has been a part of The Huntington Theatre in Boston and the American Repertory Theater. She sang the song "No Time At All” for Pippin. She won the Drama Desk Award for the category of Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Best Featured Actress in a Musical for the Outer Critics Circle Award, and the Tony Award in the category of Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She has voiced many characters in film and television series. These include The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Rugrats as the character of Aunt Miriam, The Simpsons as the character of Apu's mother, The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue as the character of Muriel - Floyd's Wife, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Buzz On Maggie, Brother Bear 2 and Kim Possible. Her filmography includes My Big Fat Greek Wedding, in which she played the character of Aunt Voula, All I Want for Christmas, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, My Big Fat Greek Life, Wag the Dog, Club Paradise. Her latest includes My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 in 2016 which was a sequel to My Big Fat Greek Wedding. In 2015, she appeared in Working the Engels by NBC and Noises Off! by Jeremy Herrin. She got married to Bob Dolman, who is a screenwriter. The couple has two sons, Jack, and Joe. She is a Canadian, and her husband has an American citizen. Her children have dual Canadian-American citizenship. She has been a speaker for the Children of Armenia Fund since 2002 and worked, for their betterment.

Andrea Martin English Actress