Monday, 31 August 2009

Jason Behr

Jason Behr was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He lived with his family in various cities in the United States, from farmhouses to the big city, before returning to Minnesota with his mother and three brothers.


Jason has been garnering attention from critics and audiences alike for his performances in both feature films and television. He was most recently seen in The Shipping News with Kevin Spacey and Judi Dench, while completing a three season run on the television series Roswell as Max Evans, a unique and complicated young man on a journey to discover himself and his place in the world. The show was produced by New Regency, which also produces the hit television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.


Jason has been busy since the cancellation of Roswell, with several projects due to be released in the next few months. The Grudge, which reunites him with Buffy star Sarah Michelle Gellar, hits theaters on October 22 and the independent film Shooting Livien is due to hit theaters soon as well.


Jason has starred in several independent feature films, including the newly released Happily, Even After, which debuted earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival and Rites of Passage, which debuted at the 1999 Palm Springs Film Festival.


Jason became interested in acting at an early age, unveiling his creative energy on the stage at the age of five and continuing to perform and enjoy the challenges of acting throughout his school years. Directly following his graduation from high school, Jason relocated to Los Angeles to pursue his career seriously.


In Los Angeles, Jason was immediately successful. In addition to landing a job as a series regular on Showtime'sSherman Oaks and ABC's Push, he also guest-starred frequently on the CBS, NBC, ABC and WB Networks, appearing on such programs as JAG, Profiler, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Dawson’s Creek. Jason has also performed in numerous stage plays and appeared in over 75 commercials.


On November 10, 2006 Jason married actress Kadee Strickland in a private ceremony in Otay, California.

Friday, 28 August 2009

Topher Grace

Christopher John "Topher" Grace (born July 12,2012) is an American actor, best known for playing the lead role of Eric Forman on the Fox sitcom That '70s Show for seven of the show's eight seasons, and the villain Eddie Brock, Jr./Venom in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3.


In 2007, Grace portrayed Eddie Brock/Venom in Spider-Man 3, directed by Sam Raimi. Grace himself was a fan of the comics, and read the Venom stories as a kid. A spin off film of Venom is in the works. Grace is set to appear in the 1980s retro comedy Young Americans. Grace co-wrote the script and will be co-producing the film. Grace will also be starring in the 2009 comedy Coxblocker.


He dated Ivanka Trump in 2006. He dated his Young Americans co-star, Teresa Palmer, in mid-to-late 2007. They reunited in 2009, after she broke up with Russell Brand.



Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Freddie Stroma

Well we have not covered Freddie Stroma yet, and will do very soon, probably tomorrow with lots of pics, but here is a teaser of his modelling video, before he was in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Brendan Fraser

The son of a Canadian travel executive who frequently moved his family, Brendan can claim affinity with Ottawa, Indianapolis, Detroit, Seattle, London and Rome. His early exposure to theatre, particularly in London, led him to Seattle's Cornish Institute. After graduation he found a minor role as Sailor #1 in River Phoenix's Dogfight (1991), then somewhat more substantial roles in Encino Man (1992) and School Ties (1992).

brendan fraser

He expresses a preference for playing "fish out of water" men. Five more years of supporting work led finally to the title role in George of the Jungle (1997), a role which fully utilized his charm and beefy good looks, as well as offering him a chance to show off his comic talents. He describes this role as the one which dramatically altered his career. Critical raves for his role inGods and Monsters (1998) pointed to yet another dimension to his dramatic persona.

Brendan Fraser (1)