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Male Actor – Josh Hartnett

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Male Actor – Josh Hartnett

One of the crop of obscenely attractive young stars to pop up during the late 1990s, Josh Hartnett has the kind of strong-jawed, puppy-eyed looks that make him equally suited for both movie stardom and Tommy Hilfiger ads.


Hartnett was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on July 21, 1978. Following his high school graduation, he attended New York’s SUNY-Purchase, but his time there ended after he was offered a role on the short-lived TV series Cracker. He also did a number of TV commercials and plays, and in 1998 he got his screen break with the plum role of Jamie Lee Curtis’ son in Halloween: H20. Although the film received poor reviews, it did moderately well at the box office, and that same year Harnett’s profile further increased when he starred in The Faculty.

One of a number of films to exploit the current trend in teen horror movies, it featured Hartnett fighting off alien teachers alongside the likes of fellow up-and-comers Elijah Wood and Shawn Hatosy. Although the film didn’t do as well as expected, thanks in part to the fact that the teen horror craze was beginning to lose steam, it in no way interfered with the increasing number of opportunities available to the young actor.

Hartnett could subsequently be seen in a number of diverse films; among his projects in 2000 alone, he played an Iago-like character in O, the teen re-telling of Othello; the son of Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton in the comedy-drama Town and Country; and the paramour of the eldest of the ill-fated Lisbon sisters in Sofia Coppola’s adaptation of The Virgin Suicides.


His pattern of starring in films with steadily-increasing budgets reached its apex in 2001 when Hartnett appeared in director Michael Bay’s World War II action drama Pearl Harbor, playing Danny, a young solider who falls in love with his best friend’s main squeeze amid the chaos of the titular conflict.

Hollywood Actor – James Marsden

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Hollywood Actor – James Marsden

There was a time when James Marsden seemed most at home on television, appearing on two of the more popular dramas of the late 1990s, Party of Five and Second Noah. His good looks and appealing manner made him a popular television star, especially with the young female crowd the shows were targeted towards. With the advent of the new millenium however, James seems to finally be coming into his own, and seems set to take Hollywood – and your cinema – by storm.


Marsden was born September 18th, 1973 in Stillwater, Oklahoma but he has since moved out to Los Angeles to be closer to the action. Before leaving, he attended Oklahoma State University, where he was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and sang in the college choir.

However, school didn’t hold his interest and he dropped out in 1993 to pursue his acting career. While he didn’t stay on either Party of Five or Second Noah for long (Jeremy London took over the role of Griffin on Party of Five after the first season, and Second Noah was canceled pretty early), things didn’t really slow down too much for Jimmy.


In fact, before long he was fielding movie offers and starring in Disturbing Behavior, a horror film which also starred Katie Holmes.

The film captured some of the audience I Know What You Did Last Summer had brought in the summer before, but it was widely seen as a disappointment and a sign that the teen horror/thriller genre was on the way out. The less than stellar reception of Disturbing Behavior put a slight damper on James’ career, but he rebounded, popping up in theatres again almost two years later in Gossip. Once again the movie boasted a young and attractive cast, and once again it was met with a lukewarm response. This time though, James left an impression despite the lack of warmth for the film as a whole.

Truly though, it was his casting as Scott Summers/Cyclops in the much anticipated X-Men movie that truly put James on the map. The role had been bandied about for quite some time before he finally won the role – and next to Wolverine it was one of the most sought after. The film opened to amazing box office, setting some records and making the list of the most profitable opening weekends of all time (behind The Lost World and The Phantom Menace). Suddenly James has become one of Hollywood’s fastest rising stars and a leading man of the future.


Education: Oklahoma State University
Favorite musical: Rent
Favorite movie: Jaws
Favorite actor: Paul Newman
Favorite actress: Kate Winslet
Hobbies: He is a singer, plays guitar, likes basketball, beach volleyball, rollerblading, golf and snow/water ski. He also collects vintage guitars
Dating Status: He’s got a girlfriend (or wife, according to rumors). She is Lisa Linde (credits include a stint on Days of Our Lives)

Canadian Television Series Actor – Forbes March

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Canadian Television Series Actor – Forbes March

Forbes March was born on May 12, 1973 in Bristol, England, UK and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia in a very creative environment.


His father is columnist-philosopher Dr. Peter March; his mother, Janette March, is an English/music teacher. Following in his parent’s academic footsteps, March enrolled in the pre-med program at McGill University in Montreal, but soon left to explore his artistic interests.

He moved to Vancouver in pursuit of an acting career and landed the first role he auditioned for in a national campaign for Kennar Toys. Soon after, he won a recurring role in the popular Canadian television series Northwood.


March moved to New York where he was granted a full scholarship at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute. Shortly after, he landed the well-loved role of Scott Chandler on the long-running ABC daytime drama All My Children.

Most recently, he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the Methodfest Film Festival in Pasadena, CA for his portrayal of Jay in the award-winning film Way Off Broadway. He also appeared in the teen horror film, Campfire Stories, in which he starred with The Sopranos’ Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

March has graced runways, billboards and the pages of magazines in ad campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger, Giorgio Armani, Nautica and Marlboro Clothing. A true world traveler, he has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and the United States. An avid reader, he is also proficient in Italian, piano, violin and guitar.


March now makes his home in Toronto, Canada, with Vanessa Sergio and their daughter.

Dirty Love (2005) …. Hot Bacon
Campfire Stories (2001) …. Kyle
“Mutant X” (2001) TV Series …. Jesse Kilmartin