Stephen Gaghan was born on May 6, 1965, at Louisville, Kentucky, United States. His parents are Elizabeth Jane Wharton and her first Husband, Stephen Gaghan. He then became the stepson of Tom Hagg. He began his education at Kentucky Country Day School which is a college preparatory school at Louisville. During the school days, he made the school level Assist record for almost three decades as a soccer player in All- State . His Grandfather was a Drama Critic of Variety and Philadelphia Daily News and also News Paper Columnist, Jerry Gaghan. Stephen also has the interest of becoming a Newspaper writer while he set down in writing an article in the year 2001.

He also wanted to become like his grandfather who used to carry a bag with full of letters having the message that if anyone finds him, they have to call his son at the given number. During his school days he was expelled from the school for driving go-cart in the school hall. The critics commented that it was because of the teenage that he took drugs and became addicted and drove in an unrealistic way. Stephen also wrote in a new week article by February 2001 that he was not much different from his fellow student except the fact that he can't stop after taking a few drinks. Further, he could progress through Cocaine, Heroine, and Marijuana and finally freebase and crack.

He also revealed that by 1997 he started getting addicted to drugs. On a Long five-day Weekend, Stephen began to do deal with his drug dealers who all got arrested later. He also added that his dealer, his backup dealer, and his backup- backup dealer got arrested and he was left all alone. He went to the University of Kentucky, a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. During fall 1986 voyage, he was the student of the “Semester at Sea” and began to study abroad. He studied in classes at SS universe and traveled all around the world. In Massachusetts, he studied at Babson College. He began his own company Fallen Empire Inc., which was a catalog company.

For the drama named Traffic, he wrote the Screenplay which received the Award of Best Adapted Screenplay for the year 2000 from Academy Awards. Apart from Traffic, he wrote the Screenplays for some more dramas like Syriana in 2005, Abandon in 2002, Havoc in 2005, Rules of Engagement in 2000 and The Alamo in the year 2004. Apart from cinema industry, he also wrote the screenplay for the Television industry and won several awards which includes The Emmy award for NYPD Blue episode. By 2017, he collaborated with Ubisoft for the direction in play adaption of a famous video game The Division.

Aline Brosh McKenna English Actress

Aline Brosh McKenna

Aline Brosh McKenna is an American screenplay writer and producer of French origin. She was born on 2nd August 1967. She is known for the Hollywood film The Devil Wears Prada and TV series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Aline is the daughter of an Israeli-American engineer and a French midwife. She has a husband and two children. She was born in France and brought up in New Jersey in the US. She studied at the Saddle River Day School in Saddle River. After school, she graduated in literature from Harvard University with great honor. She moved to New York where she worked as a freelance magazine writer. She wrote a book called A Coed’s Companion – Everything A Smart Woman Needs To Know About College with co-author Stacie Lipp, which was published by Pocket Books on 1st September 1990. She also did a screenwriting course for six weeks at the New York University where she wrote her first script. Her first script got her an agent after which she moved to Los Angeles and wrote more scripts. In 1995, Aline made her debut in television with the episode Young Americans in the series All-American Girl. She made her Hollywood debut in 1999 with the movie Three To Tango as a co-writer of the screenplay. Her other films are Laws Of Attraction in 2004, The Devil Wears Prada in 2006, 27 Dresses in 2008, Morning Glory in 2010, I Don’t Know How She Does It in 2011, We Bought A Zoo in 2011 and Annie in 2014. Aline wrote and co-produced the television series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend from 2015 to 2017. She wrote for a short television movie Drive which released on 6th May 2006. Her latest project is a live-action film called Cruella, based on the exploits of Cruella, the antagonist of 101 Dalmatians. The film is set to release in 2018. Aline won the Women Film Critics Circle Award under the Best Woman Storyteller category for the movie The Devil Wears Prada in 2006. She was nominated for Alliance of Women Film Journalists for the Best Screenplay Written by a Woman in 2006, Writer’s Guild of America for the Best Adapted Screenplay in 2007, USC Scripter Award in 2007 and BAFTA Film Award for the Best Adapted Screenplay in 2007 for the same film. Aline also won the Gotham Independent Film Award in the Breakthrough Series – Long Form Category for the series Crazy Ex-girlfriend in 2016.

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Patrick Massett

Patrick Massett was born on March 6, 1962, in the US. He is a very popular film actor, television actor, Producer and Screenwriter as well. He started his career in the year 1985 and is still contributing to the industry. He played the role of Duras in Sins of the father, Reunion and Star Treck: The Next Generation. He is an amazing and very expressive actor. The audience appreciates his performance very much. He has done many popular movies, played outstanding roles in them, wrote their screenplay as well and made the movies worth watching. He has also worked in the noteworthy series like Syfy series named Caprica and NBC series named Friday Night Lights; both the series are brilliant. He loves writing as well and many times he has written for his partner John Zinman. He also got nominated for many awards for his writings. He got nominated for four Writers Guild Of America awards for Friday Night Lights. In the year 2007 in February he got nominated for Writers Guild America Award for his amazing work in Friday Night Lights. In the year 2008, he was nominated for Writers Guild Of America Award for the Best Dramatic Series for the next season of Friday Night Lights. He was also nominated for the Best Dramatic Series award in the year 2009 for the third season of Friday Night Lights. Patrick again got nominated for the fourth season of Friday Night Lights in the year 2010 for the Best Dramatic Series. He did an outstanding job in Friday Night Lights. Friday Night Lights is an NBC series and this series is a drama one and the audience like it a lot. As a writer, Patrick joined the team of NBC and he was also the Producer of the very first season of Friday Night Lights. He was also the writer of the movie Lara Coft: Tomb Rider and he have written this film with John Zinman. In the year 2016, the movie Gold got released and Patrick is the Co-writer of the film and he is the producer as well. He started his career with Veritas: The Quest in the year 2003 with ABC. Patrick and his partner John Zinman both together produced and Co-Created the series. He was also the Co-Executive Producer of The Chicago Code in the year 2011 and Last Resort in the year 2012 and the Executive Producer was Shawn Ryan. At NBC he also did The Blacklist in the year 2013 as the Co-Executive Producer and much more.

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Patrick Massett English Actor