Famous actor Birthdays, Today, Celebrity Birthdays

  • JJ Totah

    J. J. Totah is an American child actor who is fast proving to be Hollywood's most engaging and sought after young actor. His natural flair for acting and the ability to bring dynamic characters to life is admirable. Barely in his mid-teens, he already has an impressive resume under his belt. Apart from the long list of television shows and films, Totah is a complete rock star at stand-up comedy as well and has the ability to overshadow the most seasoned of performers while on stage. What makes him a cult figure is his lack of fear and overflowing confidence. Parroting a memorized script is not his style unlike many ˜veteran' performers. He, in fact, interacts with his audience and does hilarious impersonations impromptu, thus bringing in a touch of authenticity and genuineness to his role play. The fact that the teen sensation doesn't let the pressure of performing overpower him even for an iota of a second is simply unbelievable. He is truly an iconic performer and a promising talent that Hollywood takes pride in!

    JJ Totah

  • Jesse Williams

    Jesse Wesley Williams is an American model, actor, and activist. He is popular for portraying the character of Dr. Jackson Avery on ABC's hit series ˜Grey's Anatomy' and of Eric Medina in the TV series ˜Beyond the Break'. Besides this, he has acted in the movies ˜Lee Daniels' The Butler', ˜Money', ˜The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2' and ˜Brooklyn's Finest'. Coming to Williams' modelling projects, he has done modelling for many high end brands and companies, such as ˜Tommy Hilfiger', ˜L. L. Bean' and ˜Kenneth Cole Productions', to name a few. Note that the multi-faceted personality is not only a television and film star, but is a popular activist as well. Williams is one of the members of the board of directors at the civil rights think tank and advocacy group, The Advancement Project. He is also the executive producer of the multifaceted media project, Question Bridge: Black Males. Through all his contributions to the world of acting and activism, the American star has earned fans from all over the world.

    Jesse Williams

  • Adam Irigoyen

    Actor best known for playing the role of Deuce on the Disney TV series Shake It Up. He has also appeared on a number of other TV shows, such as The Fosters, Whitney, and 2 Broke Girls.

    Adam Irigoyen

  • Albert Tsai

    Television actor who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Critic's Choice Awards when he was just ten years old for his role as the character Bert on ABC's short-lived series Trophy Wife. In 2015 he had a recurring role on ABC's Fresh Off the Boat and was also cast in ABC's Dr. Ken.

    Albert Tsai

  • Dominic Harrison

    Actor who scored his breakthrough role playing Matt in that long-running English soap opera Emmerdale. He is also known for his YouTube channel IAmDomHarrison where he has posted a variety of song covers. 

    Dominic Harrison

  • Augie Isaac

    Actor with notable roles such as Gus in Mighty Med, Owen Rothchild in Back in the Game, and a minor role in the feature film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.

    Augie Isaac

  • Mark Strong

    Actor known for roles in such films as Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, John Carter, Body of Lies, Sherlock Holmes, The Imitation Game, Stardust, Kick-Ass, Kingsman: The Secret Service and Zero Dark Thirty.

    Mark Strong

  • Antony Cotton

    Screen actor known for his role as Sean Tully in the British soap opera Coronation Street. He also played the role of Alexander in the United Kingdom version of Queer as Folk.

    Antony Cotton

  • Jake Hurwitz

    Jake Hurwitz is an American script writer, actor and comedian, best known as the creator of the popular web series ˜Jake and Amir', along with his college friend, Amir Blumenfeld. He always wanted to be a script writer but discovered his natural talent for acting while in college. He interned with CollegeHumor and later took up a permanent job as a script writer and actor for original videos created by him. He met Amir while doing his internship at CollegeHumor and the duo became famous with their series ˜Jake and Amir'. They have done a couple of joint ventures, including the popular comedy audio podcast titled ˜If I Were You'. Their website was awarded the ˜People's Voice Award' at the 14th Webby Awards ceremony in 2010 and was listed as the ˜15th Best Web-Only Show' by the PC Magazine. His first non CollegeHumor show was the second season of BFF, ˜A Game Show' produced for Myspace. His other popular serial is ˜Hardly working' which wrote and acted in.

    Jake Hurwitz

  • Julian Haig

    Actor who has gained fame for his career in TV, including on the popular CW original series Riverdale. He made his debut during the series' second season in 2018 before becoming a recurring character in 2019's season 3.

    Julian Haig

  • Michael Hollick

    Video game voice actor best known as protagonist Niko Bellic in Grand Thef Auto IV.

    Michael Hollick

  • Danny Slavin

    Long-time cast member of the Power Rangers who portrayed Leo Corbett, the Red Ranger, across numerous Power Rangers franchises that include Lost Galaxy, Triple Force, Lightspeed Rescue, Wild Force, Megaforce and Super Megaforce.

    Danny Slavin

  • John Saxon

    He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his role in the 1966 film, The Appaloosa. In 1973, he played Roper in Enter the Dragon.

    John Saxon

  • Vatsal Sheth

    Known for his roles in such films as Taarzan: The Wonder Car, Paying Guests, and The Cheetah Girls: One World, this Indian screen actor also played the role of Shaurya Goenka in the television series Ek Hasina Thi, earning a STAR Parivaar Style Award for his performance.

    Vatsal Sheth

  • John Paul Reynolds

    Series regular in the TBS comedy series Search Party who later earned a main role in the television adaptation of Four Weddings and a Funeral. He also played Officer Callahan as a recurring part in Stranger Things.

    John Paul Reynolds

  • Aaryan Sigdel

    After rising to fame for his performance in the 2009 Nepali film Mero Euta Saathi Chha, Sigdel appeared in the hit movies Kasle Choryo Mero Man and K Yo Maya Ho.

    Aaryan Sigdel

  • Adrian Petriw

    Canadian voice actor who voiced Tony Stark in the TV series Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008), and Naoki in Nana (2006-2007).

    Adrian Petriw

  • Jonathan Silverman

    Played the role of Richard Parker in the comedy film, Weekend at Bernie's with <a title='Andrew McCarthy' href='/famous/andrew-mccarthy.htm'>Andrew McCarthy</a>.

    Jonathan Silverman

  • Iddo Goldberg

    Played Ben on the British TV drama Secret Diary of a Call Girl and was cast as Isaac Walton on the WGN series Salem. In 2013, he played Jan Kilmowski in Last Passenger.

    Iddo Goldberg

  • Oliver Farnworth

    Most well known for his portrayal of Will Hackett on the popular British soap opera Hollyoaks, he is also notable for his role as Andy Carver on the ITV soap opera Coronation Street.

    Oliver Farnworth

  • Darren Shahlavi

    The ˜bad boy' of martial art movies, ˜Shahlavi' was an English actor, stuntman and a martial art professional. His was better known by his surname, Shahlavi, which is of Persian origin. Inspired by Bruce Lee, Darren started her career by working as a stuntman for movies, until he was picked by director Yeun Woo-ping to play a negative character in the cult Kung Fu movie ˜Tai Chi Boxer' (1996). He again played a villain in movies like ˜Bloodmoon' (1997) and ˜The Techno Warriors' (1998). His constant hard work helped him star in several Hollywood movies including ˜300' (2006), ˜Watchmen' (2009), ˜Beyond the Limits' (2008), ˜Born to Raise Hell' (2010), ˜The Package' (2013), ˜Tomorrowland' (2015) etc. He worked in a number of television series too - ˜The Final Cut' (2004), ˜Sanctuary' (2008 and 2009), ˜Smallville' (2009), ˜Mortal Konbat: Legacy' (2011), ˜Arrow' (2012). He was best known for playing ˜Taylor ˜'the twister'' Milos' in ˜IP Man 2' (2010). He died on 14 January 2015, in Los Angeles, due to a fatal heart attack. He was 42.

    Darren Shahlavi

  • Ben Kerfoot

    Television actor who earned his first big break portraying Oscar Cole in the BBC drama M.I. High. He then went on to join the cast of Dixi as Ash.

    Ben Kerfoot

  • John Jarratt

    Best known for his role as the evil Mick Taylor in the Wolf Creek horror films, he also starred in and co-directed an Australian thriller titled StalkHer. His other screen credits include roles in director Peter Weir's Picnic at Hanging Rock and Tom Jeffrey's The Odd Angry Shot.

    John Jarratt

  • Kwon Sang-Woo

    Kwon Sang-woo is a South Korean actor well-known for his portrayals in hit South Korean TV series ˜Stairway to Heaven' and the film ˜My Tutor Friend'. Counted among the sexiest men in Korea, Kwon stepped into showbiz as a fashion model and then forayed into acting with small-screen drama ˜Delicious Proposal'. This was followed by other minor roles in TV. His first film was ˜Volcano High' following which he landed up with his first lead role in the film ˜Make It Big'. His real breakthrough came with the 2003 blockbuster hit South Korean film ˜My Tutor Friend' that shot him to stardom. His career bolstered further with the TV series ˜Stairway to Heaven' that not only gave him exposure across Asia but also earned him the epithet of "Mr. Tears" by fans for his brilliant tear-jerking performance. Moving on with other homeland productions, Kwon expanded his acting pursuits beyond national borders and starred in Chinese films including with Jackie Chan in ˜CZ12'. Some of his other notable works are TV series ˜Daemul' and ˜Temptation' and films ˜71: Into the Fire' and ˜Once Upon a Time in High School'. Apart from acting he has also ventured as an entrepreneur with the cosmetics firm ˜Natural Tears' and the cafe ˜Tea'Us'.

    Kwon Sang-Woo