David Burke is a renowned British actor. He is an all-rounder actor. He was born in Liverpool, England. He is known for his strong stature and supreme command over the language. He is a complete package of entertainment and has always pleased everyone with his gracious acting.

He studied and improved his acting skills at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He was always fascinated by acting and worked hard for becoming one. He worked in theater in early times of his career. He acted in various plays during his college time and learned many valuable lessons about acting. He made his debut in acting on television with ‘No Hiding Place’ TV series in 1963. He continued working hard and featured in many TV serials after that. He appeared in ‘Maupassant’, ‘The Sentimental Agent’, ‘ The Avengers Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ and ‘Friday Night’ all in the same year. He worked in many different shows, but was not a regular face, and this opportunity was presented to him with ‘The Indians Tales of Rudyard Kipling’ in 1964. In this TV serial, he played the role of Private Terence Mulvaney and became a favorite character back then. He is a real king when it comes to TV serials, he has been in TV series since 1963 and is active till now. He was a very busy man during the period of the 70s to 90s. He appeared in several shows making him one of the most attractive faces during that time. He was involved in many great TV serials like ‘The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’, where he played the role of Watson. He depicted a very strong and intelligent personality in the TV series. He also appeared in ‘The Guardians’, ‘Ace of Spies’ and many more shows. He portrayed the role of Josef Stalin in it, and he pulled it really good. He earned many praises for his roles as Stalin and Dr. Watson. He had a huge fan following and was a popular face on the TV. His role in the ‘Saturday Night Out’, ‘Rattle of a Simple Man’, ‘The Woman in Black’ and ‘Christ the Lord’ were some his notable roles. His acting was praised a lot because of these. He is a very hard-working person and believes there is no shortcut to success except hard work.

David got married to Anna Calder-Marshall on 20th March 1971. They are blessed with a handsome son Tom Burke, who is also an actor. His marriage is one of the best things ever happened to him and always rejoices that he married the right woman. He is a very talented person and even at this age works hard with whatever presented to him. He is a role model for many and has inspired a generation of people.

Dennis Farina English Actor

Dennis Farina

Dennis Farina was professionally an actor into Italy and America as well as a police officer into Chicago earlier. He mostly used to act on characters and has been typecasted as a police officer. He was very famous for his acting as in the character of “Jimmy Serano” for comedy “Midnight Run”. His other character acting is of “Ray Bones” into movie “Get Shortly”. He has acted into crime story being Mike Trollo, a lieutenant and as a detective in “Law and Order”. He worked as the narrator and hosted for “Unsolved Mysteries”. His last role was in the T.V. series “Luck” of HBO. It was premiered on 29th January of 2012. His took birth on 29th February of 1944 at Illinois. His father “Joseph Farina” was a doctor and his mother was “Yolanda Donati”. His father was from Sicily. He had six siblings with three brothers and three sisters. Before being an actor, he worked for three years for U.S.A army. From 1967 to 1985, a total of 18 years period for burglary division of “Chicago Police Department”. While talking about his starting career into show business, his career began with the director “Michael Mann”. There he worked as a police consultant and after that Mann cast him for small role into 1981 movie “Thief”. Before doing the crime series with Mann, he worked into the Chicago-based film. In the show “Miami Vice”, he acted as “Mobster Albert Lombard”. Then he acted into private detective related series for the tittle character “Buddy Faro.” His two most memorable characters are- “Jimmy Serano” from “Midnight Run” and Ray Bones from “Get Shorty”. Some of his other movies are- Saving Private Ryan, Striking Distance, a 1993 release, Another Stakeout, Big Trouble, The Mod Squad and out of Sight, a 1998 release American comedy. He even played as the manager of the baseball at Little Big League and as basketball coach at “Eddie”. In 1998, he played a short role into “Saving Private Ryan”. He was also awarded “American Comedy Award” for acting at “Get Shorty”. From 2002 to 2003, he worked at “In-Laws”. With this, in 2002 he appeared into “Stealing Harvard”, “Empire Falls” in 2005. In 2008, he acted into “Bottle Shock”. Then in the 2011 movie “The Last Rites Of Joe May”, he worked as in the title role. He was one of the stars of the release of 2014 ”Authors Anonymous”. In 2013, he acted the guest role in the series “New Girl”, a comedian series. While talking about his personal life, In 1970 he married with Patricia Farina and got divorced in 1980. This couple had three sons - Dennis Jr., Joseph, Michael. He stayed with Marianne Cahill, his long time girl friend at Chicago. On 22nd July of 2013, he died in a hospital in Arizona. He was suffering from Pulmonary embolism. He was buried in Illinois at the Cemetry “Mount Carmel”.


Graham McTavish

 Graham McTavish is ostentatiously known across the globe as the voice of numerous video game characters, and is also an actor. McTavish is also recognized for his roles in movies such as Ali G Indahouse, Rambo, Dante’s Inferno, The Wicker Tree, Creed, and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. McTavish has also featured in television shows such as Casualty, Red Dwarf, Empire, 24, and Outlander, among many others.  McTavish started his movie career in 1988 with a brief role as a guard in the television film, Freedom Fighter. Before establishing himself as an actor, McTavish featured in movies such as the Martin Stellman-directed For Queen and the Country, the Tim Robbins starrer Erik the Viking, the Terry Jones-directed The Wind in the Willows, and the Jason Connery starrer Merlin: The Quest Begins. It was in the year 1999 that McTavish started gaining recognition for his role of the Duke of Albany in the Brian Blessed-directed King Lear. The start of the millennium decade saw McTavish in television films such as The Stretch and the British drama, Red Cap. Later on, McTavish featured in the Sacha Baron Cohen starrer Ali G Indahouse, the psychological thriller, Dot the I, the Angelina Jolie starrer Lara Croft Tomb Raider, and the Antoine Fuqua-directed King Arthur. The latter half of the millennium decade also saw McTavish in Sylvester Stallone’s action flick, Rambo, the Jesse Johnson-directed Green Street 2, the George Gallo drama, Middle Men, the Jake Kennedy-directed horror, Penance and Disney’s Secretariat. During the same time, McTavish provided voice-overs for Marvel Animated Features, the animated film Dante’s Inferno, and the Mike Disa-directed Dead Space: Aftermath. Later on, McTavish featured in the Zoe Saldana starrer Colombiana, the Robin Hardy-directed The Wicker Tree, the British comedy, Plastic, the Michael B. Jordan starrer Creed, and the Craig Gillespie-directed The Finest Hours. McTavish has also been an important part of the Hobbit franchise, playing the role of Dwalin in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and its sequels.  McTavish made his television career debut in 1986 with an appearance in the Disney series, Return to the Island. Later on McTavish pocketed crucial roles in Glenn Chandler’s creation, Taggart, the British medical drama, Casualty, the situational comedy, Red Dwarf, and the Joe Wright-directed Charles II: The Power and The Passion. McTavish also pocketed memorable parts in the John Gray-directed historical, Empire, the police procedural show, The Bill, and the Kiefer Sutherland starrer 24.   Besides, McTavish has provided voice-overs for numerous video games, some of which are Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Dante’s Inferno, Transformers: The War for Cybertron, Infamous 2, and The Order: 1886, among many others.            

Graham McTavish English Actor