Kevin Dunn was born on 24 August 1956 in Chicago, U.S. He is an actor by profession and has been in the industry since 1986. He has been a part of various ventures as a supporting actor. His father is John Dunn, who is a musician and a poet and his mother, Margaret who is a nurse. He belonged to a Catholic family and received his education from Illinois Wesleyan University from where he graduated and received his doctorate. His sister Nora Dunn is also an actress and has been in the industry for a long time.

Kevin is an outstanding actor when it comes to playing small supporting roles in movies and TV series. He was a part of “Samantha, Who?” it was an ABC production which lasted for two years where Kevin played the role of Howard Newly. The show was a vice president who encounters a hit and runs case and develops amnesia from it, the show revolves around her life where she finally goes to live with her parents. Kevin was a part of the 1998 Godzilla movie where he plays as Col. Hicks and is about a fail nuclear test over a lizard which years later becomes a giant creature and attacks Japan, the footprints, skin, and other samples were collected for testing. The people come to know about this giant mutant who by then enter the New York City and destroys any life forms it encounters on its way. The movie received the mixed response at the box office and grossed a total of $390 million and based on the novel by Toho. He was also a part of the Ghostbusters 2 as Milton Angland, which released in 1989. Kevin was in the Transformers series where he played Ron Witwicky’s father in the Dark of the Moon and Age of Extinction; he will also in the 5th installment of the series which will release in the summers of 2017. Kevin’s other work included the Beach Boys, Lost, Law and Order, Prison Break, Mad Love, etc. in 2000; he was in Bette where he portrayed as Bette’s husband for the eleven episodes of the first season.

Kevin is married to Katina Alexander since 1986 and also has a child with her. The couple is happily married and has been together for all the ups and downs of the life. Kevin is an inspiring actor and his work in the industry is valuable.

Francesco Quinn English Actor

Francesco Quinn

Francesco Daniele Quinn was an Italian actor who made his appearance in both Television and Films. He was born in Rome, Italy on March 22, 1963. He is the son of the admired Italian actor Anthony Quinn. He is famous for his role of ‘Rhah’ in the movie ‘Platoon’ released in 1986. Oliver Stone sat in the director’s chair for the film, and it won him an Academy Award. His father was also a legendary actor who married lolanda Addolori, who is a prominent costume designer. The Quinn family has Mexican, Irish and Italian ancestry. Francesco Quinn was married to Julie McCann, and they had twin children. They split later due to some reasons. The Quinn family, the father, and son have done some remarkable movies; both together and singles. The father and son duo has appeared in films like ‘A Star for Two’ and ‘Old Man and the Sea’, which was a mini-series. He did movies of almost all genres like Thriller, Horror, Historical and others. His notable characters include Vampire Vlad Tepes in 2003 thriller ‘Vlad’ and also the Warrior named Thane Le Mal in the short film named ‘Gnostic.’ He played the role of Latina Captain Salamanca in the mini-series ‘Into the West’ directed by Steven Spielberg, released on 2005. He also played the lead in TNT’s Rough Riders, which aired on TV in 1997. He played Marcus Vinicius in mini-series ‘Quo-Vadis?’ aired in 1985. His most loved movie was ‘Platoon’ released in 1985, directed by Oliver Stone. It starred actors like Charlie Sheen, William Dafoe, and others. Many say that this movie paved a way for people like Johnny Depp, Forest Whittaker and other starters who soon became most loved artists of the industry. He was a prominent face on TV and during the span of 1999-2001, he appeared in the soap opera ‘Young and Restless’ for which he won the nomination for the ALMA awards. He appeared in several roles in TV shows like JAG (1995), 24, Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami, Alias, Miami Vice, Good vs. Evil, Soldier of Fortune, The Handler, The Shield and others which have a big amount of viewers around the world. He has also contributed to video games as lead characters, one of which is Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun released in 1999. His last appearance was in the movie ‘Park’, a comedy-Drama which won audience award in 2007 at CineVegas, later in the film ‘Muertas’ which also starred America Ferrera. He appeared in Tonto Woman, which was nominated for Academy Awards and was an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s short story. He was fluent in languages like English, Italian, French, and Spanish. He has an avid interest in sports and is well versed in sports like Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, Free Diving, Wind Surfing, Skiing, Motor Cross and others. He is the spokesperson for Motorcycle Industry Council and Honda. To add to his specialties, he was a contestant in Celebrity Bull Riding Challenge but went through disqualification due to health reasons. He died on August 5, 2011, in Malibu, California, the USA due to a cardiac arrest while having a run with his son Max. He has ten surviving siblings.


Lucas Black

Lucas Black is an Actor born on 29th November, 1982 at America in Alabama. Lucas’ father was a museum worker, Larry Black and his mother was an office employee, Jan Gillespie with two more kids elder to Lucas. He passed his high school in 2001 yet started his acting career way before graduation. In 1994 his first film released ‘The War’ where he had a minor role, but it helped to grab another one in the series ‘American Gothic’ (1995). He finally got his big break in 1996 with ‘Sling Blade’ with another release in the same year, ‘Ghosts of Mississippi’. In 1997,at The Wonderful World of Disney channel he did TV film ‘FLASH’, in the coming year too he had the only project with some Calvin Klein modeling. Black got his first lead in 1999 release ‘Crazy in Alabama’. In next five years, he had scored only three movies and one TV Film, ‘The Miracle Worker’ (TV Film 2000) ‘All the Pretty Horses’(2000), ‘Cold Mountain’(2003), ‘Friday Night Lights’(2004). Then he had 2 films per year consecutively , ‘Deep water’ and ‘Jarhead’ in 2005 and in 2006 he had the popular film series Fast and Furious’ third installment ‘The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift’ and one limited release film ‘Killer Diller’.The Year 2007 and 2008 were quite tough for the actor as there were no big projects in those years, then in 2009 came his ‘Get Low’ and in 2010 he had ‘Legion’ and a TV film ‘Tough Trade’. Then in coming years he had fewer films namely ‘Seven Days in Utopia’ (2011), ‘Promised Land’ (2013) and a cameo in ‘Furious 7’ (2015). In 2014, he started doing a TV series named ‘NCIS’ where he did 2 episodes and then in January 2015 ‘NCIS’ had their second season named ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ where Lucas grabbed the main role. With all this going, at the age of 28, Lucas Black got married to a lawyer Maggie O’Brien and now has three children. In his entire career till now he has in total 10 nominations and has won 3 out of them, all in 1997 for Sling Blade for Best performance by a Young Actor, Best performance by a young actor in a feature film and Best performance by young actor in Drama film categories. Currently Lucas Black is doing ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ and has a release in April this year, the eighth installment of the Fast and Furious Series – ‘Fate of the Furious’.

Lucas Black English Actor