Sunday, December 21, 2014

Bill Murray

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Ki Hong Lee

Ki Hong Lee (born September 30, 1986)
is a Korean-American actor. He is best known for playing the role of Minho in The Maze Runner and Paul in The Nine Lives of Chloe King.

 Lee also placed #4 in People Magazine's 2014 Sexiest Men Alive.
 Marie Claire magazine online named him one of the ten actors "Who Are Going to Make Your Ovaries Melt in 2015."

Ki Hong Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea. He grew up there, until the age of 6, when he and his family moved to Auckland, New Zealand, where he learned to speak English.

Two years later, when Lee was about 8, he and his family moved to Los Angeles. He lived in Southern California for most of his life, before attending UC Berkeley for his undergraduate degree from 2008 to 2012. After college, he worked at his parents' restaurant.

In 2010, Lee debuted his acting career with guest-appearance roles in the television series Victorious, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, and Modern Family.

In 2011, he played the role of Paul on the ABC Family show The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Lee also appeared in a few short films by Wong Fu Productions, such as Ben in Away We Happened (2012), She Has A Boyfriend (2013) which has garnered 4 million views and This Is How We Never Met (2013). He rose to fame after being cast in the role of Minho in The Maze Runner (2014).

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Erica Durance

Erica Durance
(born June 21, 1978) is a Canadian actress. She is perhaps best known for her role as Lois Lane in the WB/CW series Smallville. In 2012, Durance began starring in the lead role in the medical drama television series Saving Hope. She is also a producer for the series.
Early life
Erica Durance was born in Calgary, and was raised in Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. After graduating from high school, Durance moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, to pursue her interest in acting professionally. "I wanted to get my feet wet in a smaller area than Los Angeles when I gave it a try," Durance has said. She continued to study acting at The Yaletown Actors Lab for many years with her coach and husband, David Palffy. She started out with background work, graduating to commercials and then guest-starring roles, landing more substantial roles each time.

In 2004, she guest-starred on The Chris Isaak Show playing Ashley, a woman on a date with Chris. In Tru Calling, her character was a contender in a beauty pageant opposite Eliza Dushku's character. On the Sci-Fi Channel, she played an intergalactic librarian in Andromeda and a love interest for Teal'c in Stargate SG-1. She also played a sister to one of the leads in the Canadian show The Collector.
2004 also saw Durance cast as Lois Lane on Smallville at the start of the 4th season. Executive Producer Kelly Souders recalled hiring Durance stating: "There were a lot of wonderful actresses who came in for the role but I remember sitting and watching her tape and everybody was like, 'That’s her. There's no question.'"[2] Fellow producer Brian Peterson added that from the moment Durance was hired they knew she would be Lois for the series.[3] Durance was a frequent guest star as Lois for the 4th season of Smallville and was then promoted as a series regular for the start of the 5th season. She remained part of the regular cast for the remainder of the series run which ended in 2011.
After 7 years, 2011 saw Durance complete her stint on Smallville as Lois Lane and at the same time guest star in one episode of the cancelled ABC show remake of Charlie's Angels.
In January 2012, she guest starred again, this time in the NBC TV series Harry's Law.[5] 2012 also saw Durance do a cameo in Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
In the summer of 2012, Durance began playing the lead role in the NBC/CTV medical drama Saving Hope,
where she is also a producer.
The series also stars Michael Shanks and Daniel Gillies. Saving Hope premiered on NBC and CTV on June 7. Season 2 began on June 25 2013. Season 3 is scheduled to begin September 2014.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Allison Mack

Allison Mack (born July 29, 1982) is an American actress, director and producer. She is best known for her role of Chloe Sullivan on the The WB/CW Superman-inspired television drama series Smallville and Amanda on FX's Wilfred.
Early life Mack was born in Preetz, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany to American parents, Mindy and Jonathan Mack. Her father was an opera singer performing there. The Mack family moved back to the United States when she was two years old. She is the middle of three children with an older brother Shannon and a younger sister Robyn.


She began her acting career at the age of four in commercials for "German Chocolate".[1] Mack then went into modeling for a short period because her mother thought she "looked cute in clothes". She began studying at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles when she was seven.
Her first major television role came in an episode of the WB series 7th Heaven, in which she gained a lot of attention playing a teenager who cut herself. In 2000, she starred in the short-lived series Opposite Sex. She also starred opposite her former Smallville castmate Sam Jones III in an R. L. Stine miniseries The Nightmare Room. Her filmography includes Eric Stoltz's directorial debut My Horrible Year!, in which she plays a girl having great difficulties in her life as she turns sixteen, and Camp Nowhere.
In October 2001, Mack began starring as Chloe Sullivan, one of Clark Kent's best friends, in the CW hit series Smallville. The character of Chloe Sullivan was an original character created solely for the TV show, never before in the Superman franchise and quickly became a fan favourite. The character's popularity (largely due to Mack's portrayal of her) eventually led to Chloe being introduced into DC Comics in 2010. Mack was constantly praised for her portrayal of Chloe Sullivan and has earned several awards and nominations for it.
In the summer of 2006, Mack voiced the sister of the main character in the Warner Bros. CGI movie The Ant Bully. That year she also provided the voice of a museum curator named Clea in an episode of The Batman.
In November 2008, Mack made her directorial debut with the Smallville in season 8: episode 13 titled "Power", which aired January 29, 2009.[2]
Since May 2009, Mack has been part of a project with the Iris Theatre Company[3] which performed a piece of experimental theater at the Prague Fringe Festival.[citation needed]
She voiced Power Girl in the Warner Premiere animated feature, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, released on September 29, 2009.
In May 2010 it was announced that Mack will not be appearing as a series regular on the final season of Smallville, but will return for several episodes.[4] At the 2010 San Diego Comic Con it was mentioned that Mack may still be considered a series regular, as she would appear in several episodes.[5] Mack returned for five episodes in the tenth season, being billed as a series regular for the episodes she appeared in. She also eventually appeared in the two-part series finale.
It was announced in March 2012 that Mack was cast in the television series Wilfred in a recurring role in the second season. She played the love interest for the lead character Ryan, played by Elijah Wood. Mack further returned to Wilfred in its final season for one episode.
On November 22nd 2014, it was reported that Mack had been cast in an episode of FOX TV show The Following. She will play the role of a police officer named Hilary and will appear alongside former Smallville alumni Shawn Ashmore and Kevin Bacon.[6] Furthermore, according to her official Twitter account, Mack has also lent her voice to a new cartoon for Amazon.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Thomas Gibson

Thomas Ellis Gibson (born July 3, 1962) is an American actor and director. He is best known for his portrayal of Daniel Nyland in the CBS series Chicago Hope, Greg Montgomery on the ABC series Dharma & Greg, and Aaron Hotchner on the CBS series Criminal Minds.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Kirk Douglas

Kirk Douglas...
will be 98 years old on the 9th of December!
Kirk Douglas (born Issur Danielovitch, Russian: Иссур Даниелович;[2] December 9, 1916) is an American film and stage actor, film producer and author. His popular films include Out of the Past (1947), Champion (1949), Ace in the Hole (1951), The Bad and the Beautiful (1952), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), Lust for Life (1956), Paths of Glory (1957), Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957), The Vikings (1958), Spartacus (1960), Lonely Are the Brave (1962), Seven Days in May (1964), The Heroes of Telemark (1965), Saturn 3 (1980) and Tough Guys (1986). He is one of the last remaining stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
He is No. 17 on the American Film Institute's list of the greatest male screen legends in American film history, making him the highest-ranked living person on the list. In 1996, he received the Academy Honorary Award "for 50 years as a creative and moral force in the motion picture community". A social activist, Douglas played an instrumental role in ending the Hollywood blacklist in 1960 by openly crediting Dalton Trumbo as the writer of Spartacus' screenplay.