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Model And Actor – Jared Leto

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Model And Actor – Jared Leto

Born in Bossier City, Louisiana, in 1971, Jared lived with mother Constance (remarried), brother Shannon (photographer and actor) and two half-brothers (of deceased father).


Jared attended school, but admittedly hung around with the “freaks” In tenth grade he left school, only to go on to graduate from Flint Hill Preparatory in Oakton, VA. He eventually found his passion for acting and attended the School Of Visual Arts in New York. While there he starred in his own movie…”Crying Joy”.

In 1992 he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. In 1994, he got his big in the TV series My So-Called Life, starring opposite Claire Danes as her love interest Jordan Catalano, a shy, mysterious boy that made him a sex symbol with the girls.

His debut feature film came the following year in How to Make an American Quilt, also with Claire Danes, and the following year he co-starred in Last of the High Kings which was eventually only released on video. By this time Hollywood producers were beginning to notice him and he was giving the leading role in Prefontaine, playing the title character.


In 1998 Jared came across his first big budget box office hit, with Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line and made sure that his face and name became engraved on the cinema-goers minds with his role in Urban Legend.

A string of small roles in high-profile films followed. Acting alongside heavyweights Brad Pitt and Ed Norton, Jared was the blond Angel Face of David Fincher’s Fight Club.

And he added to his status as a hunk with appearances as Winona Ryder’s boyfriend in Girl, Interrupted and as a gay high school teacher who attracts the attentions of Robert Downey Jr. in Black And White.

After a four-year romance with actress Cameron Diaz, the two recently split. Much speculation has mounted around the reasons behind the split, including talk Leto was jealous of Diaz’s hot career and that he was more interested in his band 30 Seconds To Mars.


Jared Leto has recently been cast to play the role of Hephaestion, Alexander the Great’s best friend and homosexual lover in Oliver Stone’s latest movie, “Alexander”. The role was originally offered to Brad Pitt but was turned down due to pressure from his wife, Jennifer Aniston. Alexander is to be played by Colin Farrell.

American Film and Television Actor – Jason Behr

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American Film and Television Actor – Jason Behr

Jason Behr, born December 30, 1973, is an American film and television actor, best known for playing the role of Max Evans in the sci-fi series Roswell.


When Behr was young, his family moved from Minnesota, living in several different states until his father left the family when Behr was around ten. Then Patricia Behr moved her sons back to Minneapolis, where Jason attended a private grade school. He eventually graduated, in 1992, from Richfield Senior High School, in Richfield, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis.

At the age of 19, after a chance meeting with Hollywood manager Marvin Dauer in Minneapolis, Behr moved to Los Angeles. In his early acting career, he made over 75 commercials, and in 1995 he landed the role of Tyler Baker in the racy Showtime comedy series Sherman Oaks . Sherman Oaks ran for two seasons.


After Sherman Oaks, Jason had a series of guest appearances in various television shows (Step by Step, The Profiler, 7th Heaven, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, JAG). He was cast in the ABC series Push, but the ill-fated show only aired a few times before being cancelled. Then Jason picked up a recurring role as the character Chris Wolfe in The WB series Dawson’s Creek. While filming the show in North Carolina, Jason read the script for a pilot called Roswell High—later shortened to Roswell—and he felt an immediate affinity for the lead alien, Max Evans. Roswell had a moderately successful run on The WB for two seasons, then moved to UPN for its third and final season. While the show never hit it big in the ratings, the series had an extremely loyal fan base.

Since Roswell, Behr has taken on a variety of roles in independent films such as: Unsu Lee’s “Happily, Even After”; Jefery Levy’s Man of God, and Rebecca Cook’s Shooting Livien, soon to be released on DVD. In the 2001 he played Dennis Buggit in a Lasse Hallstrom’s Movie “The Shipping News” co-starring with Kevin Spacey, Judi Dench, Julianne Moore, and Cate Blanchett. He also co-starred with Sarah Michelle Gellar in the hit Japanese/American film collaboration The Grudge. He has two more films in post-production, the Korean CGI dragon fantasy entitled D-War and Lions Gate’s eagerly anticipated reinvention of the werewolf tale, Skinwalkers, which recently wrapped shooting in the Toronto area.


In the spring of 2006, Jason wrapped the CBS dramatic pilot, The Way, about a powerful New England family that uses witchcraft to further its business enterprises. Jason plays Michael Warden, the show’s male lead, one of the family’s children who is at the center of a sibling power rivalry. Jason is in good company with fellow castmates who include, Jane Alexander, Julia Ormond, Peter Strauss, Will Patton, and Andrew McCarthy. As of May 17, 2006, CBS announced its fall lineup—and The Way was not picked up.

In May 2006, Jason wrapped Senseless, a dark chiller written by Simon Hynd, based on the book of the same name by Stona Fitch. Jason takes the lead, playing Eliott Gast.

New York City Actor – Francesco Cura

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New York City Actor – Francesco Cura

Francesco Cura’ was born in New York City, and spent much of his youth traveling between the United States and Europe.


Fracesco was involved in the performing arts from an early age. His father (Arturo Cura’) was a very talented independent filmmaker and theatre director. One of Francesco’s first notable appearances was Pontius Pilot’s son in the stage version of the Passion of The Christ. He also appeared in commercials and television shows during his childhood.

Francesco was educated at a well-respected Art Institute in Europe and in fact degreed as an art teacher and graphic designer. He very seriously considered a career as an Art Historian and Archaeologist. However, his interest and passion for self-expression and need to perform compelled him to move to Milan to work as a model.


After only a short time, Francesco realized the fashion world could not hold his attention, so he began intensive training as a tenor with opera singer, Caterina Grandi. It is during this time that he discovered a four-octave vocal range and realized his voice would become a crucial instrument of expression. This rigorous private training lasted for two years until he looked into studying at The Julliard School. Due to the cost of admission, however, the struggling performer was unable to attend and moved forward by deciding to focus on improving his acting abilities in order to make him a better operatic performer.

He first applied to the HB Studio, but was rejected because of the large number of attendants. While working in a restaurant in the Upper East Side, he had a brief encounter with Anna Strasberg, wife of legendary acting teacher Lee Strasberg. With her encouragement, he enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.

Adopting “the Method” as his weapon of artistic growth, Francesco began a busy theatre career in the Big Apple and soon landed prestigious theatrical representation with Bret Adams Ltd., commercial/modeling representation with McDonald Richards, and also collaborated with manager Harding Jones.


One of Francesco’s first appearances on the New York stage was playing Rodolpho in A View From the Bridge, for which he received critical acclaim. This led to numerous well-received stage productions, including the controversial Island Fever. An independent film director (Matthew Harrison) saw Francesco on stage as Bobby in North of Providence and asked him to audition for his upcoming project, The Deep and Dreamless Sleep.

Francesco then began working in several independent films on the east coast (Hannah Can’t Swim, The Portrait, Again, Singularity). A time of struggle consisting of countless auditions, “go-sees”, and near misses ensued, such as: Alexander the Great, The Lights in the Piazza, George of The Jungle II, Hollywood Spy, Sex and The City, etc… Though he continued to appear in New York stage productions, Francesco was determined to work more in film. He relocated to Los Angeles. The west coast was not the end of trying times for Francesco, far from it. However, before long he landed a role on the hit show Scrubs as well as a lead in the hysterical stage production The Blue Tomato. Francesco now happily calls Hollywood home and can next be seen in the upcoming -and very stylized- film Lord Randall and the boxing drama Edges.