Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson is one of the most versatile actresses in the Hollywood today. She started working in films when she was nine. She performed as a child and teen actress untill 2003 when she landed the lead character in the 2003 film “Lost in Translation”. This role helped transition her to larger projects. She has played roles in movies ranging from romance, drama, fantasy, superheroes, science fictions, comedies and even tragedies. Scarlett Johansson has also appeared in theater since 2010. Along with click here to read more

Arnold Schwarzenegger

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A man with many accomplishments, Arnold Schwarzenegger is a popular actor, bodybuilder and politician. Having been bodybuilding since his teens, Arnold went on to win several contests before deciding to star in movies. In the 1980’s Schwarzenegger begun acting in the role as the hero of several action movies. With his build and accent he quickly became popular as the risk taking action star. Arnold’s political career started in 2003 when he won the recall election for California Governor, although he didn’t retire from click here to read more

Charlie Sheen

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Charlie Sheen, whose real name is Carlos Irwin Estévez, is an American film and television actor. He began his film career in 1984’s ‘Red Dawn’, which also starred Patrick Swayze. Although he has appeared in several other movies including ‘Hot Shots’, Wall Street’, ‘Cadence’, ‘Scary Movie 3’ and ‘Scary Movie 4’, Sheen actually made a name for himself with his television acting career. Best known for playing Charlie Harper on ‘Two and a Half Men’, and previously for starring in the last two seasons click here to read more

Rod Stewart

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Rod Stewart, a British singer and songwriter was born on January 10, 1945 in Highgate, London. He was discovered by British blues pioneer John Baldry in a train station in 1964, who invited Stewart to join his band – The Hoochie Coochie Men. Stewart is popularly renowned for his signature raspy voice and he performed in many UK-based bands in the 60s before switching on to a solo career in 1971. “Maggie May” was his first single hit. Having sold more than 100 million click here to read more