Sunday, 30 March 2008

Taylor Handley

Taylor Laurence Handley (born June 1, 1984) is an American actor.

In 2000, Handley starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie, Phantom of the Megaplex. Handley appeared in three episodes during the last season of Dawson's Creek and guest starred during an episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation".

In 2003/2004, Handley appeared in six episodes of the first season of The O.C., as Oliver Trask, a mentally unstable teenager who, after meeting Marissa Cooper in a therapy clinic, becomes infatuated with her to the point of nearly committing suicide over her.

In 2006, Handley appeared in three fims: The Standard, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning and Zerophilia. Handley's next film, September Dawn, was released to theaters on August 24, 2007.

In 2007, Handley starred as Johnny Miller in the short-lived CW television program, Hidden Palms.

Saturday, 29 March 2008

Cam Gigandet

Gigandet (pronounced gi-gon-day) is best known for portraying surfer Kevin Volchok in FOX TV series The O.C., he has also starred in the film Mistaken and in other series like The Young and the Restless, Jack & Bobby, and has guest starred on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

He has been in the movie Who's Your Caddy which debuted last year 2007 and will be in Never Back Down due out March, 2008.  He is also due to play James, a villain vampire, in the upcoming movie Twilight, based on the best-selling novel by Stephenie Meyer.

In his spare time Gigandet enjoys movies, basketball, golf, skiing, surfing, and is trained in krav maga.

Monday, 24 March 2008

Brady Corbet

Brady James Monson Corbet (August 17, 1988) is an American actor. Corbet is perhaps best known for playing Mason Freeland in the film Thirteen, Brian Lackey in the film Mysterious Skin, and Alan Tracy in the 2004 film Thunderbirds. He has also made several guest appearances on many American television shows.

His most recent television role was in Fox TV's award wining drama series 24, playing Derek Huxley, the son of Jack Bauer's (Kiefer Sutherland) new girlfriend. Brady appeared in the first six episodes of the 5th season.

Corbet has completed director Matthew Buzzell's upcoming comedy movie, Sunny & Share Love You. Corbet's latest film to be released is writer-director Michael Haneke's English language remake of the 1997 Austrian thriller, Funny Games. Brady and Michael Pitt play two sociopaths holding a family hostage in their cabin. Funny Games was released in the U.S. on March 14, 2008.

Thursday, 13 March 2008

William Moseley

William Peter Moseley (born April 27, 1987) is an English actor. He is best known for starring as Peter Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. Previously, he played a small role as Forrester in a 2002 television version of Goodbye, Mr. Chips.

Moseley was born in Sheepscombe, Gloucestershire, England in the Cotswolds. He had always wanted to become an actor ever since he was ten years old. William is the oldest of three children. William attended Wycliffe College and Marling School in Stroud.

William Moseley is the very lucky to get picked out of thousands to play Peter Pevensie from C.S. Lewis masterpiece, "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe." The first book in the epic seven series of "The Chronicles of Narnia".

He has had a small role in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002 TV) and in Cider with Rosie (1998 TV) as an extra.

Monday, 10 March 2008

Christian Cooke

Christian Louis Cooke (born 15 September 1987, Bradford, West Yorkshire) is an English television actor, best known for playing Luke Kirkwall in ITV1's Where the Heart Is. Cooke guest-starred in Casualty in late 2006 and appeared in the BBC production George Gently.

Christian also appears in BBC1's The Chase and as Brae Marrack in Echo Beach. He also appears in the 2008 series of Doctor Who. Christian is currently filming for an upcoming movie by Paramount Pictures. The filming location is in Jersey, UK.

Christian has been cast in a new ITV drama which stars Philip Glenister it's a new primetime series based on Dracula. The as-yet-untitled show will be set in modern-day London.

Glenister will play an American who has to deal with vampires, demons and zombies. He passes on the lifestyle to his teenage godson, played by Christian Cooke (Echo Beach), who is found to be the last descendant of the Van Helsing line. Among their supernatural opponents will be a particularly nasty vampire acted by Mackenzie Crook (The Office).

The six-episode series, produced by Shine, is currently being shot in London. Producer Johnny Capps said: "We're excited for the opportunity to be working with Laura Mackie (director of drama) and her drama team and to be making a primetime series for ITV, our first here at Shine."