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American Actor – Mike Vogel

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American Actor – Mike Vogel

Mike Vogel, born July 17, 1979 in Abington, Pennsylvania, is an American actor.


Growing up in Pennsylvania, Mike Vogel started his Hollywood career off as a model. He landed jobs for Levi’s and Kohl’s, all the while commuting from Pennsylvania to New York to audition for commercials, TV and whatever else he could get his hands on. Finally in 2001, Mike landed the role that would launch his career – he scored the part of Dean Peramotti in the FOX TV show Grounded for Life. Mike Vogel is quickly climbing the Hollywood ladder, in 2005, he got the role of Eric, Blake Lively’s love interest in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.

Mike Vogel used to be involved with extreme rollerblading, so it’s no surprise that he got involved with sports movies early on in his career.


In 2003, Mike starred alongside O.C. star Adam Brody and real-life skateboarders Bam Margera and Jason Acuna, in the skateboarding flick Grind.

In 2005, Mike took on another sports movie as a motocross competitor in the film Supercross. The film also featured peeps like Sophia Bush of One Tree Hill and Aaron Carter even had a cameo.

It would be easy for Mike Vogel to fade away faster than a Hollywood diet craze, but he’s not about to become yesterday’s news. Watch for him this Christmas in the Jennifer Aniston flick Rumor Has It… and then check him out in the remake of the 1972 disaster flick, Poseidon – due out in May 2006.


* Poseidon (2006) …. Christian
* Caffeine (2006) …. Danny
* Rumor Has It (2005) …. Mr. Braddock’s son
* Supercross (2005) …. Trip Carlyle
* Havoc (2005) …. Toby
* The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) …. Eric
* The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) …. Andy
* Wuthering Heights (2003) (TV) …. Heath
* Grind (2003) …. Eric Rivers

Academy Award-winning American Screenwriter and Actor – Matt Damon

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Academy Award-winning American Screenwriter and Actor – Matt Damon

Matt Damon, born October 8, 1970, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is an Academy Award-winning American screenwriter and actor.


Damon graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin in 1988, the only public high school in Cambridge, MA. His first film job was one line in the romantic comedy Mystic Pizza (1988). He went on to attend Harvard University, but dropped out a few credits shy of graduating to pursue his acting career, a move that brought him to Los Angeles.

Damon appeared in small roles in a few movies before landing a big part in Geronimo: An American Legend with Gene Hackman and Jason Patric. He next appeared as a heroin-addicted soldier in 1996’s Courage Under Fire. The war film was an opportunity for Damon to show his dedication by undergoing an extensive weight loss to help portray his character, as he was required to lose 40 pounds in 100 days (for only two days of shooting). After following a self-prescribed diet and fitness regimen to lose the weight, Damon was advised after the filming that he was fortunate his heart did not shrink. Damon was required to be on medication for several years to correct the stress inflicted on his adrenal gland, but maintains it was worthwhile to properly reflect his character’s anguish and to show the industry how committed he was to the role.


Damon and actor Ben Affleck, close personal friends as well as co-stars in several films, developed a thriller about a young math genius, which they pitched around Hollywood. Receiving advice from writer/director/actor Rob Reiner and screenwriter William Goldman, the two changed the script around to focus on a young math genius trying to make his way in the world. This eventually became Good Will Hunting, which earned both Damon and Affleck Oscars for Best Original Screenplay. Damon was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for the same film (which netted an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for co-star Robin Williams). Much of the credit for getting the film made goes to both executive producer Kevin Smith and Harvey Weinstein, Miramax Films chairman, to whom Smith gave the screenplay after the studio had originally passed on the script.

Damon also founded Project Greenlight with Affleck and Chris Moore to find and fund worthwhile film projects from novice filmmakers. The televised documentary about the making of the film projects has twice been nominated for an Emmy.


Damon has been known to stray from the mainstream in his choice of roles, such as his portrayal of murderer Tom Ripley in The Talented Mr. Ripley, a fallen angel who waxes pop culture as intellectual subject matter in Dogma, in which he costarred with Affleck (1999), and the low budget and experimental film Gerry.

Damon also played amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne in the successful action movies The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy, with another Bourne sequel, The Bourne Ultimatum, expected in 2007.

He will next be seen onscreen playing the Andy Lau character in Martin Scorsese’s The Departed , a remake of the famous Hong Kong police thriller Infernal Affairs, and in Robert DeNiro’s The Good Shepherd as a career man in the C.I.A.. He also has a supporting role in Kenneth Lonergan’s film Margaret, due in late 2006, and an uncredited cameo in Francis Ford Coppola’s Youth Without Youth, due in 2007.

Canadian Actor – Ryan Reynolds

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Canadian Actor – Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds is a Canadian actor born 23 October 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ryan is the youngest of four children and is 6’3″.

His father, Jim, was a Vancouver food wholesaler. His mother, Tammy, was a retail-store saleswoman. Between 1991-93, Ryan taped “Fifteen” (1991), a “cheesy” Nickleodeon series, in Florida.

After the series ended, he returned to Vancouver where he played in a series of forgettable Tv movies. He did catch roles in Glenn Close’s Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (1995) (TV) and CBS’s update of In Cold Blood (1996) (TV). However, his run of luck had led him to decide to quit acting. One night, he ran into fellow Vancouver actor & native Chris Martin. Martin found Ryan rather despondent and told him to pack everything, they were going to head to L.A.

The two stayed in a cheap L.A. motel. On the first night of their stay, Reynold’s jeep was rolled down hill and stripped. For the next four months, Ryan drove it without doors.

In 1997, he landed the role in “Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place” (1998). Initially, the show was reviled by critics and seemed shaky for any type of ratings success. But it was renewed for a second season, but with a provision for a makeover by former “Roseanne” (1988) writer Kevin Abbott. The show became a minor success and has led to additional film roles.

Ryan is probably best known for the movie Van Wilder by National Lampoon, though he also starred for three years in the American TV series Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place playing med student Michael Bergen (nicknamed Berg). Ryan Reynolds also had a cameo in 2004’s Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle playing a male nurse.

Ryan has also appeared in the Canadian production Foolproof (2003) and The In-Laws, with Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks. In 2004, he co-starred in the action/horror flick Blade: Trinity, as Hannibal King. His latest film role sees him playing George Lutz in the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror.

He is engaged to marry singer Alanis Morissette.