Kim Sae-ron is a South Korean actress and model. She started acting career when she was 9 years old with a movie called “A Brand New Life”. For this moive, she became the youngest Korean actress who was invited to Cannes Film Festival. Her younger sisters, Kim Ah-ron and Kim Ye-ron, are well-known Korean actress as well.
Kim Sae Ron will turn 14 this year and she already has a film career that any actress might brag about. This year alone she appears in “Manhole,” “Girl At My Door” and “Manshin.” She won a “Best Actress” award for her role in the 2010 film “Man From Nowhere.” And she’s no stranger to the small screen either. She was last seen in “The Queen’s Classroom” and plays an angel in “High School Love On” with Infinite’s Woohyun and Sungyeol.
Lee Hong Ki is a Korean idol, Singer, Actor and MC. He is the lead singer of popular Korean band F.T. Island, a South Korean rock band, is well known for his powerful and versatile voice. In his family, he is the elder sibling and has a younger sister who currently still lives with their parents. He has been attending Kyung Hee University since March 9, 2009, majoring in Drama and Theater.
Rafael Quimpo Rosell IV was born on November 10, 1982 is popularly known as Rafael Rosell in Philippine Entertainment. He is an actor and model by profession. Rafael was born in Norway and grew up with his parents, his father is a geologist from Cebu and his mother is a nurse from Bicol. Rafael has two siblings and is living alone in the country. He started his showbiz career sometime in the year 2000 when the family went home for a vacation. It was his mother who has found out about auditions in ABS-CBN online. Rafael then tried his luck and eventually land on a toothpaste TV commercial which paved him the way for TV and Movie breaks. He is managed by Star Magic of ABS-CBN Network. Rafael started to do some acting workshops with the network to further his acting skills in 2002.
He was then included in several ABS-CBN TV programs such as ‘Midnight Phantom,” in which he played the role of Brandon Brazil, in “Kristine,” as Marco de Silva, and in “Dahil Sa Pag-ibig,” as Mayor Edson Zaguirre. In 2004, he played a lead role opposite Claudine Barretto in the hit TV teleserye “Marina.” An all-male group was then created by the network which put him together with Zanjoe Marudo, Jon Avila, Victor Basa and Jake Cuenca in 2006. He earned his first URIAN Best Supporting Award via “Rome and Juliet,” an indie film. He had a chance to do a movie opposite Jolina Magdangal in “Kung Ikaw Ay Isang Panaginip,” under Star Cinema. In the blockbuster ABS-CBN teleserye entitled “100 Days to Heaven,” he was teamed up with Jodi Sta. Maria.
Eventually, Rafael transferred to GMA 7 after being a talent of ABS-CBN for quite some time. He did “Temptation Of Wife,” opposite with Marian Rivera. Rafael is also a popular product endorser of Bench, Tide Detergent and Nestea Iced Tea. Named as one of the 15 Hottest Hunks Ever, he is also featured consistently in Cosmopolitan Philippines Hottest Bachelor list.
Born in New York City on April 4, 1965, Robert Downey Jr. began acting as a young child. He made his first film appearances and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live in the 1980s, but his growing success was marred by years of struggles with drug abuse. Eventually turning his life around, he earned a resurgence of critical and popular acclaim, and is considered one of Hollywood’s A-list actors.
Downey Jr. made his debut as an actor at the age of five in the film Pound (1970), written and directed by his father, Robert Downey Sr.. He built his film repertoire throughout the 1980s and 1990s with roles in Tuff Turf (1985), Weird Science (1985), True Believer (1989), and Wonder Boys (2000) among many others. In 1992, Downey received an Academy Award nomination and won the BAFTA (British Academy Award) for Best Actor for his performance in the title role of Chaplin (1992).
In May 2008, Downey achieved critical acclaim and worldwide box office success for his starring role in Iron Man (2008), Jon Favreau’s big-screen rendering of the Marvel comic book superhero. The film co-starred Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges and Terrence Howard. In August of 2008, Downey starred with Ben Stiller and Jack Black in the comedy Tropic Thunder (2008), and went on to receive an Academy Award®-nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his, Kirk Lazarus.
Downey was honored by Time Magazine’s “Time 100” in 2008, an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. His laurels include two Academy Award nominations, three Golden Globe wins, numerous other award nominations and wins, and tremendous popular and commercial success, particularly in his roles as Sherlock Holmes and Tony Stark (the latter of which he has so far played in Iron Man (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), The Avengers (2012), Iron Man Three (2013), and Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). For three consecutive years, from 2012 to 2015, Downey has topped the Forbes list of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors, making an estimated $80 million in earnings between June 2014 and June 2015.
Louis Tomlinson was born on December 24, 1991, in the town of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England. His parents, Johannah and Troy Austin, divorced when he was young, and he took his stepfather Mark Tomlinson’s last name as his own. Tomlinson has five younger stepsisters: Georgia, Charlotte, Félicité and twins Daisy and Phoebe. His mother and stepfather later divorced. In 2014, Tomlinson’s family grew with the arrival of two half-siblings. His mother welcomed another set of twins, Ernest and Doris, with current husband Daniel Deakin.
In April 2015, it was announced Louis would be starting his own record label, an imprint of Simon Cowell’s Syco label. Louis said of the business venture: “To be given the opportunity to potentially give new artists a platform is an incredible feeling. I hope to sign some really exciting new artists down the line”. It was also announced that he had signed former X-Factor contestant Jack Walton. Through 2016, Louis began preparing to launch an as yet unnamed pop-punk girl band, and cross-promoted English independent group High Tyde.
Caitlin Jean Stasey is an Australian model/ actress who was born in Melbourne, Victoria. She was the eldest of two children who were born to David Stasey and Sally, who migrated originally from Norwich in England. Her mother used to work as a primary school teacher at Sandringham Primary School in Melbourne and her father was a stock broker, who also worked as interior designer.
Caitlin was featured as part of the Australian Girls Choir in a Qantas commercial, singing “I Still Call Australia Home” and traveled the world as a member of the choir to film the commercial in 2000 before the Sydney Olympics. This commercial was named the “Greatest Australian Commercial” on 20 to 1.
In September 2003 she made a career breakthrough as she was cast in the TV series The Sleepover Club. She played as Francesca Frankie Thomas. In 2006 she made a brief return to the character of Frankie in the second series of The Sleepover Club. She attended auditions and was cast in Neighbours in April 2005 as Rachel Kinski. The film was directed by Jan Russ. On August 18 her first episode was aired. After landing the part of Rachel she left Star of the Sea College. She but continued to study on a distance education programme.
Jessica Marie Alba, born on April 28, 1981, in Pomona, California, is an actress. She grew up a sports fanatic with rebellious behavior which becomes understandable as she was raised in a nomadic military family. Jessica was born to real estate agent Mark Alba and housewife Cathy. Her brother, Joshua Alba, is an actor as well. She once co-starred in one episode of “Dark Angel” with him, entitled “…And Jesus Brought a Casserole.”
Jessica Alba also appeared as Melissa Hauer in an episode of Brooklyn South, as well as landing a role in two episodes of Beverley Hills 90210. She then featured as Layla in Love Boat: The Next Wave. 1999 saw Jessica Alba perform in the Randy Quaid comedy P.U.N.K.S. Alba then starred in the 2008 horror movie The Eye, a remake of the Hong Kong original. Her performance received a mixed response, as did the film itself, with many people preferring the original version. Her other major performance of that year also failed to set to the movie world alight: a performance in The Love Guru, with Mike Myers and Justin Timberlake. She then went on to work on The Killer Inside Me, along with Casey Affleck and Kate Hudson, as well as Valentine’s Day, released in 2010 and also starring Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner and Anne Hathaway.
Actress Amy Lou Adams was born on August 20, 1974, in Vicenza, Italy. She was the fourth of seven children born to Americans Kathryn and Richard Kent Adams, with her father stationed at Caserma Ederle military base at the time of her birth. Adams sang in the Douglas County High School choir and, aspiring to become a ballerina, trained as an apprentice at a local dance company. Later, she decided the rigidity of ballet training was ill-suited for her, and she began to pursue a career in musical theater instead.
When reaching her early 20s, Amy decided to leave Colorado to head for Minnesota searching for more dinner theater projects and to her delight found ones in “Brigadoon” and “Good News” at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater. After studying dance and working in regional dinner theater, she landed her first film role in the satiric 1999 comedy “Drop Dead Gorgeous,” revealing at how far girls will go to win a teen beauty pageant. In that film, she played a cheerleader who enters a beauty contest in order to make her high school boyfriend wrestler happy. Upon urged by co-star Kirstie Alley, Amy then decided on a professional acting career, moved to Los Angeles and luckily didn’t have to wait long for her next gig as she soon landed a part on a series called “Manchester Prep,” a prequel to the hit movie “Cruel Intentions” (1999)
Lawrence was born Jennifer Shrader Lawrence on August 15, 1990 in Louisville, Kentucky, to Karen (Koch), who manages a children’s camp, and Gary Lawrence, who works in construction. She has two older brothers, Ben and Blaine, and has English, German, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. She got her big break at 14, when she was discovered while vacationing in New York City with her family. She quickly landed a part in the TV series The Bill Engvall Show, followed by roles in films that included The Burning Plain, Winter’s Bone, X-Men: First Class and The Hunger Games. She later reprised her role playing Katniss Everdeen in Catching Fire and the two-part Mockingjay. Lawrence won an Academy Award for her work in David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and continued to work with the director on American Hustle and Joy, winning Golden Globes for all three projects as well.
Lawrence was an athletic child, involved in cheerleading, field hockey and softball, and thought she might be a doctor when she grew up. She did some modeling and community theater, but never dreamed that she’d become an actress. Other 2012 releases for Lawrence included the thriller House at the End of the Street, co-starring Elisabeth Shue, and two dramas with Bradley Cooper: The Falling and Silver Linings Playbook, which earned an array of award nominations and a Golden Globe win (best actress in a comedy or musical) for Lawrence. She took home the Oscar for best actress at the Academy Awards in February 2013. Lawrence seemed overcome with emotion as she accepted the honor.
Lawrence continued to work with Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell on 2013’s American Hustle, playing the emotionally complex wife of a con artist (Christian Bale). The film co-starred Amy Adams and Cooper. Lawrence received her third Oscar nod for the part, and won her second Globe. In 2014 she co-starred again with Cooper in the little seen drama Serena before once again captivating moviegoers as the mutant Mystique in the summer epic X-Men: Days of Future Past. She would reprise the role in 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse.
profile role in the acclaimed South-Korean TV series, “HIGH SCHOOL”.
Doo Na’s first leading role in a motion picture was in the black comedy, “BARKING DOGS NEVER BITE”. Winner of the Best New Actress Award at the 21st edition of the Blue Dragon Awards (South Korea’s Golden Globe), Doo Na became a critic’s favorite for her layered yet animated portrayal of a young woman who helps her tenant locate a lost dog.
After choosing to play a more feminine and “normal” character in the 1999 release PLUM BLOSSOM, Don-na Bae went on to star in the critically acclaimed TAKE CARE OF MY CAT, playing once again, a character who is independent from both family and men. With TAKE CARE OF MY CAT, Bae Doo-Na won three Best Actress Awards-on at the 9th Chunsa Film & Art Film festival, another at the 38th Baek Sang Art Awards and the prestigious Korean film critics award.
In her time off, Bae took up photography, much of which can be seen on her official blog and her photo book. Bae finally stepped onto a theater stage in 2004, for a production of Sunday Seoul (not to be confused with the South Korean movie of the same title). The play was co-written by Park Chan-wook, whom she had previously worked with.
In 2005, Bae appeared in the Japanese film Linda Linda Linda, and in 2006 she worked with Bong Joon-ho again on The Host, currently the highest grossing film in South Korean box office history.
In 2009-2010, she won accolades for Air Doll, a film by Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda about an inflatable sex doll that develops a soul and falls in love.
In 2015, she also acted as Sun Bak in the American sci-fi web show, “Sense8”, which aired on Netflix.