Christopher Jay Browning is an American actor born in 1964 in Nevada, USA. He was brought up in several places like Hawaii, Seattle, Pennsylvania. He is a pass-out graduate from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in L.A. He got introduced to the career of acting in 1987. He was offered a role in a television series but due to his addiction towards drugs, he was unable to stand steady on the platform that was lying before him i.e. acting.

He spent sleepless nights on the roadside and sometimes even in jail because of his drug problems. He received treatment for his addiction, and he was set free of drugs in 1994. When he returned to the industry, he did small television roles in series like Hardball, In the House.

In 1996, he earned his first chance to portray a significant role in the film The Children of Captain Grant. Simultaneously, he also acted in TV series As the World Turns. He was not seen in blockbusters or series for almost six years from 1999-2005. Finally, he came to the stable mind of getting rid of the substances that harnessed his career. The reason for his absence was due to his rehabilitation process in New Mexico.

Coming back for the second time, he earned a chance in the big budget film 3:10 to Yuma. The movie was a box-office blockbuster hit and proved to be a breakthrough in his career. He was acting for TV shows like Felon, Easy Money. In 2008, he was roped in another mega budget movie Terminator Salvation Click to look into! >> Read More... . After this hit, other movies were in line for him. Some of the biggies include Let Me In Click to look into! >> Read More... , The Last Stand Click to look into! >> Read More... , Cowboys & Aliens, and The Book of Eli, Dark Country, Mercy, Beneath the Dark.

He is known for his character roles initially because of his rough and tough type. But now, he has been given family man roles. He played along with Jason Statham “Dominick Toretto, you don’t know me…you’re about >> Read More... in Wild Card Click to look into! >> Read More... . His current film work Shot Caller is in progress and has moved past the production stage. In the small screen, he can be seen in the show Supergirl.

He also starred in Major Crimes, CSI, Castle, Cold Case, Graceland, From Dusk Till Dawn, Bones, The Bridge, Marvel’s Agent Carter. He is also known for his portrayal of the character Gogo in the series Sons of Anarchy. Apart from acting, Chris is also a screenwriter during his leisure time. Currently, he lives in California with his girlfriend and daughters.

Andrew Scott English Actor

Andrew Scott

Andrew Scott is an Irish stage actor, television and film actor. He is famous for his role as Max Denbigh in the James Bond film, ‘Spectre’, and Jim Moriarty, the cunning foe of Sherlock Holmes in BBC’s international hit series, ‘Sherlock Holmes’. He has won a British Academy Television Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, for playing Jim Moriarty, two BBC Audio Drama Awards for his work on radio, and for Pride, he won a BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor. Andrew was born in Dublin, Ireland. Scott went to Gonzaga College, a Catholic school for boys. He took classes for students in drama and did two ads on TV. Then, he attended Trinity College, Dublin. Scott was selected for a role in the film ‘Korea’, at the age of 17, and later joined the Abbey Theatre. Andrew is openly gay. He was ranked at the 22nd spot in the list by The Independent’s Rainbow List 2014: 101 lesbians, gays, transgenders who have made a difference. He started his journey in acting with a small role in Saving Privet Ryan, a film by Steven Spielberg. In Long Day’s Journey into Night, a movie directed by Director Karel Reisz, he played the role of Edmund, who was the younger son in an American tortured family. Later, he appeared in a small part in the movie, ‘Nora’, by Michael Blodgett. Scott made a theatre debut with the play, Dublin Carol, with Brian Cox, in the Royal Theater, by Conor Mcpherson. He acted alongside Diann Rigg and Matthew Modine in the TV adaptation of ‘The American’, by Henry James. Andrew was then casted in a drama called ‘Longitude’, which was the winner of the BAFTA Award.He was also casted in the HBO flick, Band of Brothers. He won his first Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theater for acting in A Girl in a Car with a Man. BBC’s My Life in Film was also a milestone in his career and Scott won Theatergoers Choice Award for his work in Aristocrats at National Theater. In 2006, Andrew made his Broadway debut in The Vertical Hour, along with Bill Nighy and Julianne Moore. It was written by David Hare and directed by Sam Mendes. He has won the IFTA Awards for films like The Stag and Dead Bodies. Andrew won Sunday Independent Spirit of Life Awards for Actor of the Year in 1998.


Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall was born on 1st February 1971 in North Carolina to Janice Hall and William Carlyle Hall. His father worked in the top company IBM and Mother is a health counselor at Lees-McRae College. Hall was their single child as his sister couldn't survive birth. It is regarded that his father suffered from Prostate Cancer which was detected in 1982.However, He died soon. At that time Hall had just entered his teens; to be precise, he was 11 years old. Since then, he was under the study of his mother who imbibed in him ethical and moral values and too inspired him to make acting his profession. An insight into his personal life, tells us that Hall did his schooling from Ravenscroft School located in Raleigh and graduated in 1989. In 1993, he joined the Earlham College, a famous arts college situated in Richmond, Indiana. In 1996, he got admitted himself in the Tisch School of the Arts, pursuing the Graduate Acting Programme at New York University. Hall married Amy Spanger, a successful actress of the American Film Industry in 2002. However, Their relationship couldn’t survive and in 2005 they separated, filing a divorce in a civil court. Hall in 2007 began to date his co-star from the sets of Dexter, Jennifer Carpenter. They then ran away secretly and married each other and made their first appearance together at the Golden Globe Awards of 2009. This relationship also couldn’t survive and ended in less than a year. Both of them filed a Divorce from session's court sighting issues with their relation.Obtaining Divorce was a long drawn process this time as it got finalized towards the end of 2011 due to pertinent differences among them. However, it's regarded that both of them share the bond of being close and best friends. Soon, Hall started to date Morgan Macgregor, who works as an Editor ina Publishing firm of Los Angeles. They both got recently married early this year, to be precise, 29th February 2016. In 2010, Hall was diagnosed with the Hodgkin's Lymphoma medical illness. He underwent treatment for the same. He regards himself grateful as his cancer got identified at an initial early stage, unlike his father who passed away soon after the diagnosis. It seems that due to Chemotherapy, he lost his hair but is now fully set to make his comeback in the Dexter's new season. Hall is an active social worker. He does charity and is an active participant in the Aid Society functioning in Somalia that feeds poor and underprivileged people. He has taken initiatives to protect and promote skin care. He is the face of many medical related fun raising events. Hall had a passion for acting and theater very early in life. This is evident through his participation in such activities from the second class itself. From the fifth grade, he sang in the boys' choir. Also, he attended and performed in Musical programs held at the school level. From his youth, He actively participated in standards like the Sound of Music, The Roof, and Oklahoma! This inspired him to take up his dream career of acting. He further harnessed his career by taking up lead roles in production and skits at his college's stage show "Cabaret." Hall embarked on his career path by beginning acting in the theater. He marked his way into well-known plays of the time, namely Macbeth and Cymbeline at the Shakespeare Festival held in New York. He acted in a plethora of plays like Timon of Athens, The English Teachers and the very critical and controversial play of Corpus Christi. He organized his production in workshops. Later on, these came to be labeled as Bounce and Road Show. He formed a part of the Shakespeare Festival of Texas that was held in the summer of '95. In 2003, Hall worked on the movie Paycheck, as an Agent Klein. Since 2009, Hall has done a multitude of movies assuming the lead roles in the majority of them. 2009, Gamer, roped in Hall for doing the character of Ken Castle. In 2012, he was projected in the lead role of Morris Bliss for the film, "The Trouble with Bliss." He then featured in the 2014 film, Cold in July. He made his debut in the 2016 movies like Christine playing the role of George Ryan. He will be shortly seen in his upcoming film, Felt, whose shooting is on track right now. He debuted in several television shows. However, the most popular of all is the sequel of Dexter. The show aired from 2006 till 2013 completing a mark of 96 episodes. He played the role of a Psychopath Analyst for the Police Department of Miami. The show earned a huge TRP and became the cause of Hall's success. It was a benchmark series that inaugurated his career and won him awards in a row. In 2007, he was awarded Individual Achievement in the Field of Drama by Television Critics Association for Dexter. He was conferred the award of Best Actor forTelevision show, Dexter by the Golden Globe Association in 2010. At the Television Festival hosted by Top Clothing Brand Monte Carlo, he was adjudged as the Outstanding Actor for Dexter.He also received three awards in a row for his television series, Six Feet Under, by the Guild of Screen Actors in 2003, 2004, and 2005 respectively. He is a successful actor of the American Film and Cinema. Another Version Of This Bio: Born in Haleigh, North Carolina, Michael C. Hall is an American actor, famously known for his mind-blowing role in the Showtime TV Network Series television series, “Dexter,” in which he bagged the titular character of “Dexter Morgan,” a blood spatter analyst. Hall is very close to his mother after the death of his father due to prostate cancer in the year 1982. Initially, Hall wanted to be a lawyer but never went to law school because he never really intended to anyway. He graduated from New York City’s “Graduate Acting Programme” at the Tisch School of Arts in 1996. Michael C. Hall always had an interest in acting with all the musicals and plays he took part in during his school days and professional areas Off-Broadway like “New York Shakespeare Festival”, “The Public Theatre”, “Manhattan Class Company”, and “Manhattan Theatre Club”. His first Broadway role was as Emcee in the revival of “Cabaret” in the year 1999.The director of “Cabaret” suggested Hall’s name for the role of David Fisher in the television series, “Six Feet Under.” For the same, the actor shared more than a couple nominations at the award functions like Emmy Awards and Screen Actors Guild. In “Dexter”, he played the role of a psychopathic blood-spatter analyst, who was also a serial killer/vigilante. His work was appreciated so much that he got nominated for his role in “Dexter,” receiving five nominations in the Emmys, and winning a “Screen Actors Guild Award” for “Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series.” In the year 2002, he married the actress, “Amy Spanger” and filed for divorce in the year 2006. After eloping with the co-star, Jennifer Carpenter on the New Year’s Eve in the year 2008, he appeared once again in the media as a married man with the former person. Unfortunately, in December 2011, they finalized the divorce and separated eventually, still claiming to be good friends. In the year 2010, he was also undergoing treatment for the cancerous disease of “Hodgkin’s lymphoma”. In April 2005, he was in full recovery and ready to make a comeback on the sets of Dexter’s new season.

Michael C. Hall English Actor