Rupert Wyatt is an English screenwriter and movie director. His debut movie was The Escapist, which was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008. His second movie was Rise of the Planet of the Apes film in the year 2011. He was born and brought near Winchester in Hampshire, Wyatt was instructed at the Dragon School, in Oxford, and the Winchester College, Winchester. He is the establishing member of the film group Picture Farm that along with its productive Commercial output has produced various Documentaries and Feature Films consisting of the multi-award gaining Dark Days in 2001, and Fishing Without Nets in the year 2014 both public award champions of the Sundance Film Festival.

His directorial presentation was The Escapist in 2008. The movie featured Brian Cox, Dominic Cooper, Damian Lewis, and Joseph Fiennes, which was shown at the Sundance film festival and was selected for eight International Awards. An Irish-UK co-making, the movie was produced by Adrian Sturges of Picture Farm and Alan Moloney of Parallel Films. As a screenwriter, he has served in France for some known producers like Jean-Pierre Ramsay, and Claudie Ossard the United States and the United Kingdom where has penned screenplays for Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Universal Studios. His second movie as a director was Rise of the Planet of the Apes in the year 2011.

The film starred star Andy Serkis. Since its release, the movie has seen tremendous success worldwide, both critically and commercially, generating one sequel and a next soon to be delivered. The film was chosen for the Academy Award in the class of Best Visual Effects. It was also called for five Saturn Awards covering Best Writing for Jaffa, Best Director for Wyatt and Silver, winning Best Supporting Actor for Serkis, Best Science Fiction Film, and Best Special Effects.

His acting as Caesar was universally acclaimed, earning him many proposals from many organizations which do not usually identify performance capture as usual acting. A sequence to Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, was issued in 2014, and a third movie to follow, named War for the Planet of the Apes, is designed for a release in 2017. In 2013 he directed the Pilot chapter of AMC's Turn which is prompt to commence production on its 4th Season. 2014 saw the announcement of Paramount Pictures' The Gambler, his 3rd flick as director, and featuring Mark Wahlberg, John Goodman, Brie Larson, and Jessica Lange. As of 2016, he breathes within Hudson and Los Angeles, New York with his spouse Erica Beeney a filmmaker along with their three kids.

Kim Caramele English Actress

Kim Caramele

Kim Caramele is an American writer and producer. She is known for her comical writing skills which have been perfectly flaunted in shows like Inside Amy Schumer in 2013 and a movie called Trainwreck in 2015. She is also famed for her involvement in the writing of monologues in 2015 MTV Movie Awards. Kim Caramele is the younger sister of the popular stand-up comedian Amy Schumer. She was born to upstate American parents, namely Gordon Schumer and Sandra Schumer. She grew up in the town of Long Island. When she was eight years old, her father was diagnosed with MS. He had to be immediately shifted to an assisted living facility. Due to this situation, the family went bankrupt and had to give up their luxurious lifestyle. Her father sold fancy Italian furniture in the city of Manhattan, whereas, her mother was a therapist for speech and hearing. Following which, their parents got divorced. Both the parents have been married three times respectively. Kim got married to her best friend at the age of 23. They met in the first year of their graduation at Pace University. The wedding ceremony was actually a courthouse marriage in Yonkers, New York with only one witness – her sister, Amy Schumer. They have been now married for 7 years and have no kids. Kim and her sister are extremely close and have been each other’s lifestyle for so long. They live six blocks away from each other on the Upper West Side of New York and travel together for the most part of the year. Kim was formerly a school psychologist in the city of Chicago. In 2013, she left her job and moved to the city, New York. She joined Amy’s writing staff of the hit Comedy Central series - Inside Amy Schumer. Kim is often called Amy’s “Road Manager” as she always travels with her during her stand-up tours. She also worked as an Associate Producer in Amy’s first feature film starring herself – Trainwreck. Some of the well-known skits written by her are – Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup, 12 Angry Men, etc. For her amazing work, she has won many nominations like Primetime Emmy Award for Amazing Writer. She has also won awards like Writers Guild of America Award for Television in the Comedy/Variety section for the Sketch Series.


Paula Yates

Paula Elizabeth Yates was born in Colwyn Bay (Wales) on 24 April 1959, was an English writer and TV presenter. Yates belongs to a show business family. She was the daughter of Jess Yates, a TV anchor, and Elaine Smith, a former showgirl actress and author of erotic novels from Blackpool, who used the stage name, Heller Toren. Paula went to Rowen Primary School, Ysgol Aberconwy, Penrhos College. The Yates family ran the Deganwy Castle Hotel for a period, before moving to a substantial house in Rowen of Conwy. After the separation of her folks' marriage in 1975, Paula lived with her mom, including periods in Majorca and Malta where she was a student at Bellver International College, before coming back to Britain. In 1979, Yates began her career as a music columnist for a section called "Natural Blonde" in the weekly newspaper “Record Mirror”, soon after posturing for Penthouse magazine. She initially came to prominence as co-anchor with Jools Holland of The Tube, a pop music program on Channel 4 in the 1980s. Yates likewise showed up close by companion Jennifer Saunders on Bananarama for a satire "mockumentary" in 1987. She released an adaptation of the Nancy Sinatra hit tune "These Boots Are Made for Walkin" in 1982. After the birth of her little girls, Yates authored two books on parenthood. She proceeded with her rock news coverage, notwithstanding being a presenter of The Tube, the music show. She turned out to be most notorious on The Big Breakfast program for her "on the bed" interviews, created by Bob Geldof, her husband. Yates showed up on Have I Got News for You, the quiz show on BBC and clashed with Ian Hislop over remarks he had beforehand made about her bosom augment surgery on 27 October of 1995. She was the author of books such as Rock Stars in Their Underpants, Blondes, The Fun Starts Here and many others.Yates turned out to be much more famous as the girlfriend of Bob Geldof, with whom she lived for a few years before getting wedded in 1986. They as of now had one little girl, Fifi Trixibelle, and a further two young ladies took after. Notwithstanding, in 1995, Paula left Geldof for artist Michael Hutchence, with whom she had another little girl. In the meantime, her public life and individual life started to be addressed and censored in the media. In 1997, Hutchence committed suicide and Paula ended up noticeably troubled, in the end looking for psychiatric treatment. In the meantime, there was a question mark over the authority of her youngest girl, Tiger Lily. Also, assisting media assertions were made proposing that Jess Yates was not Paula's biological dad. A paternity test demonstrated that the late Hughie Greene, the host of quiz show was in turn her dad. Soon after this declaration, Paula Yates was discovered dead, due to the drug overdose on 17 September of 2000. Tiger Lily now lives with Bob Geldof and her stepsisters, the off springs of him and Yates.

Paula Yates English Actress