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Armani Jackson

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Armani Jackson was born on October 25, 2003 in Madison, Wisconsin, and started his acting career at the age of six. He first grabbed the public’s attention as Braden Morris, the "Bubble Boy" on ABC's “Grey's Anatomy.” He received a lot of attention for his portrayal in one of the longest running story lines of the long-running series. Armani started out by appearing in the 2011 series “Man Up” and as Nicholas in a recurring role on Real Husbands of Hollywood (2013) before leading to his 2014 attention-grabbing role on Grey’s Anatomy. His film roles started with a small role in the film "A Green Story" and followed that up two years later playing Calvin in the horror-comedy “Cooties” which follows a group of students and faculty at an elementary school during a viral outbreak that turns the kids into savages. He followed this up with a role in the Lionsgate production “The Last Witch Hunter" (2015), "Little Boxes" (2016) , "Christmas All Over Again" (2016) and "Ready Player One" (2018). Armani comes from an entertainment family his sister, Talia Jackson, starred in the feature film "A Green Story" as Shannon Elizabeth's daughter. She was a guest singer for Andrea Bocelli and David Foster for 2 years on their Christmas Tour. His mom, Kelly Jackson worked for years in the entertainment industry as an international model with the Ford and Elite agencies and has been in over 25 national commercials including Cover Girl Makeup, Toyota and Victoria's Secret. His father was a prominent college basketball player with a short stint in the NBA. From Teen Stars Online
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Adam Baldwin

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Appearing in dozens of films since 1980, Baldwin rose to prominence as the troubled outcast Ricky Linderman in My Bodyguard (1980) and moved on to bigger roles in D.C. Cab (1983), Full Metal Jacket (1987), Independence Day (1996), The Patriot (2000) and Serenity (2005)—in which he reprises his role as the mercenary Jayne Cobb from the television series Firefly. His other work includes Radio Flyer (1992), From the Earth to the Moon (1998), The X-Files (Knowle Rohrer), Smoke Jumpers (1996), The Cape, Men in Black: The Series, Stargate SG-1, Angel, The Inside, NCIS and the 2005 remake of The Poseidon Adventure. He also starred in the ABC series Day Break as Chad Shelten in 2006. Baldwin parodied the Ricky Linderman character in the 2008 film Drillbit Taylor. Baldwin won a SyFy Genre Award in 2006 for Best Supporting Actor/Television for his role as Jayne Cobb in the television series Firefly. Baldwin was cast as Clark Kent/Superman in the first DC animated universe movie, Superman: Doomsday, based on DC Comics' The Death of Superman and is currently co-starring in the NBC television show Chuck as NSA Agent John Casey. The show premiered September 24, 2007. Baldwin has a role as a voice actor in the Xbox 360 games Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST, the latter putting him in the role of Cpl. Taylor "Dutch" Miles. Baldwin also appears as a voice actor in Half Life 2: Episode 2 for various resistance soldiers and citizens. Adam also appeared in Mass Effect 2, playing the role of Quarian marine Kal'Reegar. Baldwin was born in Chicago, Illinois and studied at New Trier Township High School East in Winnetka, Illinois. He has three children with his wife, Ami. He has been a registered voter with the Democratic Party since 1980, but admits reexamining his views after being given a copy of David Horowitz's book Radical Son. Politically, he considers himself a "small government conservative libertarian", and has contributed blogs to the Huffington Post and Big Hollywood. As a hobby, he also collects and posts links to varying viewpoints on his Twitter feed
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Cara Pifko

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Cara Pifko (born March 15, 1976) is a Canadian actress known primarily for her work on television shows produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Pifko was born in Toronto, Ontario. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, she started acting at the age of 8 and worked all through the 1990s, but it was in 2000 that she landed her first starring role, in the series Our Hero, which was aimed at young teens. Her first acting role was The Elephant Show hosted by Sharon, Lois, and Bram in which she was present in all seasons. In 2004 she showed her dramatic range by appearing as a foreign aid worker in the acclaimed mini-series Human Cargo. Pifko then landed the lead role in the legal drama This is Wonderland, which garnered her a Gemini Award in 2005 for best actress. In early 2006, she appeared as Isolda in Tarragon Theatre's production of Léo. In 2007 she starred in the Lifetime TV movie I Me Wed. In 2009, she joined the soap opera General Hospital as the recurring character of Louise Addison. In 2010 Cara lent her voice to Suu, a pink Twi'lek in the "Deserter" episode, and as scientist Sionver Boll in "The Zillo Beast" and "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back" episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. She also voiced Yeoman Kelly Chambers in the video games Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3. In 2016 she joined the Season 2 cast of Better Call Saul as recurring character Paige Novick, senior legal counsel for Mesa Verde Bank and Trust, and friend of Kim Wexler. Cara also voiced Suu Lawquane in Star Wars: The Bad Batch.
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Tom Brady

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Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. (born August 3, 1977) is a former American football quarterback for the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). He is widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, with 7 super bowl rings to his name. Brady has been featured as a guest star on some popular television programs, hosting Saturday Night Live in 2005 and voicing himself in the 2005 The Simpsons episode "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass" and the 2006 Family Guy episode ("Patriot Games"; both football-themed episodes were broadcast within a week of that year's Super Bowl. In 2009, he appeared as himself in a sixth season episode of Entourage. In 2015, he had cameo appearances as fictionalized versions of himself in the Entourage movie and Ted 2.
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Hannah John-Kamen

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Hannah Dominique E. John-Kamen (born September 7, 1989) is an English actress. She is known for her roles as Yalena "Dutch" Yardeen in the Syfy television series Killjoys (2015–2019), Ornela in the sixth season of the HBO series Game of Thrones (2016), F'Nale Zandor in Steven Spielberg's film Ready Player One (2018), Ava Starr / Ghost in the superhero film Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), the title character in the Netflix mystery miniseries The Stranger (2020), and Jill Valentine in the film Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021).
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Tye Sheridan

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Tye Sheridan, a rising star in Hollywood, has quickly established himself as one of the industry's most sought-after young talents. Having been named one of Variety's "10 Actors to Watch," Sheridan's career trajectory shows no signs of slowing down. Sheridan's breakout role came in 2012 with his critically acclaimed performance in Jeff Nichols' "Mud," where he starred alongside Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon. His portrayal earned him a Critics' Choice nomination for Best Young Actor and further solidified his reputation as a promising actor. In 2013, Sheridan's talent was recognized on an international stage when he won the Marcello Mastroianni Award at the Venice Film Festival for his role in David Gordon Green's "Joe." This accolade propelled him further into the spotlight and opened doors to a wider range of opportunities. Sheridan's career continued to flourish with a series of diverse roles in both independent and mainstream films. He starred in the 2014 thriller "The Forger," alongside John Travolta, and the 2015 Sundance Film Festival selections "The Stanford Prison Experiment," "Last Days in the Desert," and "Entertainment." He also took on a leading role in the 2015 horror-comedy "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" and appeared in the mystery thriller "Dark Places." In 2016, Sheridan joined the X-Men franchise, portraying the young Cyclops/Scott Summers in "X-Men: Apocalypse." He reprised this role in the 2019 sequel, "X-Men: Dark Phoenix." Sheridan's versatility as an actor is evident in his diverse filmography. In 2017, he starred in the historical drama "The Yellow Birds," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He then took on a leading role in the 2018 drama "The Mountain," which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, and won the Golden Goblet Award at the Shanghai International Film Festival for his performance in the coming-of-age drama "Age Out" (2018). In 2018, Sheridan starred in Steven Spielberg's science fiction adventure film "Ready Player One," based on Ernest Cline's best-selling novel. His portrayal of Wade Watts, the film's protagonist, garnered widespread acclaim and further cemented his status as a leading actor. Sheridan's most recent work includes the 2020 thriller "The Night Clerk," where he starred alongside Ana de Armas, and "Voyagers" (2021), a science fiction thriller set in space. In 2022, he starred in the sci-fi drama "The Tender Bar," directed by George Clooney, and co-starred in the horror film "Significant Other." As of 2024, Tye Sheridan has several projects in various stages of development. He is set to star in the upcoming drama film "The Card Counter," directed by Paul Schrader, and is attached to star in and produce the science fiction thriller "Black Flies," based on Shannon Burke's novel. Sheridan is also co-founder of Wonder Dynamics, an AI production company aimed at revolutionizing the film industry. With his talent, dedication, and impressive body of work, Tye Sheridan is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood. As he continues to take on diverse roles and explore new creative avenues, there's no doubt that his star will continue to rise in the years to come. IMDb mini bio by yusufpiskin
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Zoe Tay

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Zoe Tay is a Singaporean actress , a former model and was named as "Queen of Caldecott Hill" by local media and fellow referred to as "Ah Jie" (senior actress) due to her status. Tay started out as a model at the age of 16. In 1987, she was named Model of The Year. After Tay was crowned champion of the inaugural Star Search in 1988, she was offered a 3-year contract with the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (SBC), now known as Mediacorp. While Tay had initially disliked acting, she began feeling passionate for her craft after her role in Crime and Passion in 1991. Her breakthrough performance as a materialistic young woman in Pretty Faces catapulted her into stardom. Her popularity was affirmed with a Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste Award at the Star Awards every year for ten consecutive years since its inception in 1994. In 1996, Zoe won the Best Actress award for her role in The Golden Pillow at the annual Star Awards. In 2004, she was the first actress to have been awarded the prestigious All-Time Favourite Artiste . Other than television dramas, Tay also forayed into films. In 2010, she starred opposite Hong Kong actor Kenny Ho in Love Cuts, playing the role of a terminally ill woman who has breast cancer. In 2013, she appeared in her first fully English-speaking role in Mister John with Irish star Aidan Gillen. Tay has collaborated with many artistes in her various projects. Her on-screen chemistry with Li Nanxing in The Unbeatables and other serials has put them in the list of the Top 5 Best Onscreen Couples at the Star Awards 25th Drama Anniversary show. In 2015, she collaborated for the first time with Huang Biren, in The Dream Makers II. Due to her contributions to the television industry in Singapore, a wax figurine was modelled after her by Madame Tussauds Singapore, and is currently on display in the museum. Tay won her second Best Actress at the Star Awards 2017 for You Can Be an Angel 2, 21 years after her first. In an interview, she revealed that after her first win in 1996, she had contemplated quitting as she felt "strangely empty and lost". Instead, she enrolled in an acting class in New York, an experience which transformed her to "someone who is focused on improving my acting and who can be exemplary to other actors." Guiding her are three Chinese words from her father: 毅力 or perseverance, 耐力 or endurance , 勇气 or courage. In Star Awards 2019, Tay won her third Best Actress for the drama, A Million Dollar Dream.
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Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo

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Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo is an English actress. She studied acting for three years from 2010 at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London. She graduating a Bachelor of Arts degree in Acting (H Level) in 2013. She is best known as Jack Starbright in the teen spy thriller series Alex Ryder (2020). She has also acted in the 10th series, Doctor Who. In 2018, she appeared in Netflix’s original music Bean So Long. She first entered the theater and trained her acting skills. She gets to play Ṣadé in the pilot of the Channel 4 television production Big Age, in 2021.
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Catherine Dent

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Catherine Dent (born April 14, 1965) is an American actress who has starred in film and in television. Her first feature film was the 1994 movie Nobody's Fool. Dent was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the daughter of Eleanor Brown and Fred C. Dent, a politician. She attended the North Carolina School of the Arts and graduated in 1993. Her big breakthrough role came in 2002 as L.A.P.D. Officer Danielle "Danny" Sofer on the FX hit drama The Shield. She has made guest appearances on some TV shows, such as on The Pretender, The X-Files, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Sopranos, Frasier, Judging Amy, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Without A Trace, and Grey's Anatomy. She is married and has one child.
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Suzanne Neve

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Suzanne Neve (born 1939) is an English actress best known for her appearances on British television during the 1960s, notably the starring role of Isabel Osmond in the BBC's 1968 adaptation of Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady. Neve first came to public attention as Ethel Brown in a 1962 series based on the William books of Richmal Crompton. She subsequently had leading roles in Smuggler's Bay (1964) and as Fleur de Lys in a 1966 dramatisation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Her big break came with the BBC's flagship production of The Forsyte Saga (1967), in which she played Holly. Following Portrait of a Lady, Neve continued to appear in television dramas, including further adaptations of the classics, such as Bel-Ami (1971). She also had a recurring role as Mary, the wife of Commander Straker in the science fiction series UFO (1970–71).Films in which Neve appeared included Naked Evil (1966), Mosquito Squadron (1969) and Scrooge (1970). Her last screen appearance was in the 1983 series Spooky. After this film, she devoted herself to teaching drama and still does so.
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