28 JUN 1975 TARIQ SHAH

Tariq Shah

Name: Tariq ShahOccupation: Actor | DirectorSpouse: Shoma Anand
Date of Birth: 28-06-1975Location : MumbaiYears Active: 1980-1997

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Tariq Shah is an actor and director, known for Bahaar Aane Tak (1990), Janam Kundli (1995) and Mahaanta: The Film (1997).

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Lal Chunariyaa (1983)
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27 JUN 1950 NITIN MUKESH

 

Nitin Mukesh

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Nitin Mukesh Chand Mathur
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Background information
Birth name Nitin Mukesh Mathur
Born 27 June 1950
Genres playback singing
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1970–2000

Nitin Mukesh is an Indian singer best known for his work as a playback singer in Hindi films[1] as well as Bhajans. He belongs to a Punjabi[2] Kayastha family and is the son of Mukesh (famous singer). He has toured internationally, including to the United States in 1993,[3] and a world tour in 2006 with his show Kal Ki Yaadein[4] as a tribute to his father.[5]

Nitin’s son Neil Nitin Mukesh is an actor.[6]

Nitin Mukesh worked with notable music directors like Mohammed Zahur Khayyam, Laxmikant Pyarelal, Bappi Lahiri, Rajesh Roshan, Nadeem Shravan, Anand Milind during the 80’s and 90’s. He perfectly filled the empty space created by legendary singer Mukesh and voiced for actors like Manoj Kumar, Sashi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff and others.

Songs by film[edit]

  • “My Name Is Lakhan” (Ram Lakhan)
  • “Dil Ne Dil Se” (Aaina)
  • “Is Jahaan Ki Nahin Hain” (King Uncle)
  • “Chandi Ki cycle” (Bhabhi)
  • “paisa bolta hai” (Kala Bazaar)
  • “Krishna-Krishna” (Kishan kanhaiya)
  • “Tu Mujhe Suna” (Chandni)
  • “Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni” (Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni)
  • “So Gaya Yeh Jahan” (Tezaab)
  • “So Gaya Yeh Jahan – Revisited” (Nautanki Saala)
  • “Woh Kehte Hain Humse” (Dariya Dil)
  • “Zindagi Har Kadam” (Meri Jung)
  • “Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi” (Kranti)
  • “Aaja Re” (Noorie)
  • “Wafa Na Raas Aayee, Tujhe Woh Harjayee” (Bewafa Sanam)
  • “Duma Dum Mast Kalandar” [Nakabandi]
  • “Mere Khayal se Tum” (Balmaa)
  • “Zindagi Ka Naam Dosti (Duet/solo)” – (Khudgarz) (1987)
  • “Hey Re daya May Apni Daya” Ghar Ghar ki Kahani (1970)-Mukesh,Asha Bhosle,Nitin Mukesh

Work with Other Singers[edit]

Nitin Mukesh started his career at late 70’s and till date got an opportunity to sing duets with notable singers like Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Anuradha Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurthy & Alka Yagnik. He also shared multi-singer songs with notable male singers of the industry . Some of the songs are as follows..

Song Movie(s) Co-Singers
“Hey Re daya May Apni Daya” Ghar Ghar ki Kahani (1970) Mukesh & Asha Bhosle
Kranti Kranti (1981) Manna Dey, Mahendra Kapoor, Lata Mangeshkar and Shailendra Singh
Chana Joor Garam Kranti (1981) Mohd Rafi, Kishor Kumar & Lata Mangeshkar
So Gaya Yeh Jahan Tezaab (1988) Shabbir Kumar and Alka Yagnik
My Name is Lakhan Ram Lakhan (1989) Mohammad Aziz and Anuradha Paudwal
Hum Pyar Karte Hai Dilwale Kabhi Na Hare (1992) Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik
Mata Tere Dar Pe Hum Se Na Takrana (1990) Shabbir Kumar Shailender Singh and Kavita Krishnamurthy
Tu Mujhe Suna Chandni (1989) Suresh Wadkar
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Born: June 27, 1950 (age 66)
So Gaya Yeh Jahan
1988
O Priya O Priya
2000
My Name Is Lakhan
1988
Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi
1980
Paisa Bolta Hai
1991
Zindagi Har Kadam
Jaate Ho Pardes Piya
1989
Zindagi Ka Naam Dosti
1987
Gapoochi Gapoochi Gam Gam
1977
Chana Jor Garam
1980
Aaja Re Mere Dilbar
Yaad Tumhari Jab Jab Aaye
1990
Chandi Ki Cycle Sone Ki Seat
Dil Ne Dil Se Kya Kahan
1992
Aaja Re O Mere Dilbar Aa Ja
1979
Tu Mujhe Suna
1989
Rang Di Rang Di
1993
Mile Manse Yeh Man
1990
Baja Ke Bansi
Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni
Samay Bada Balwan Hai
1990
Looie Shama Sha
1980
Zindagi Ek Dard Hai
Bataon Tumhen Pyar Kaise Karoon
1985
Mere Khayal Se Tum
Woh Kehte Hain Hum Se
Bhaye Pragat Kripala
1989
Krishna Krishna
Is Jahan Ki Nahin Hain
Wafa Na Raas Aayee Tujhe O Harjaee
Kaushalya Main Teri
Woh Aurat Hai Tu Mehbooba
1978
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27 JUN 1931-7 NOV 2006 N.N.SIPPY

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Woh Kaun Thi?
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Meri Jung
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 1999Silsila Hai Pyar Ka (producer)
 1994Teesra Kaun? (producer)
 1992Aaj Ka Goonda Raaj (producer)
 1985Meri Jung (producer)
 1982Ghazab (producer)
 1979Sargam (producer)
 1978Devata (producer)
 1978Ghar (producer)
 1976Fakira (producer)
 1976Kalicharan (producer)
 1974Chor Machaye Shor (producer)
 1972Haar Jeet (producer)
 1971Paras (producer)
 1965Gumnaam (producer)
 1964Woh Kaun Thi? (producer)
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 1989Aag Se Khelenge (presenter)
 1977Alaap (presenter)
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 2000Le Chal Apne Sang (grateful thanks – as Shri N.N. Sippy)
 1985Ram Tere Kitne Nam (sincere thanks – as Shri N.N. Sippy)
 1975Aag Aur Toofan (grateful thanks – as Mr. N.N. Sippy)
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1982
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N.N. Sippy produced and Madan Puri appears in Gumnaam, Ghazab, and other movies.
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N.N. Sippy produced and Subhash Ghai directed Meri Jung and other movies.
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28 JUN 1973 VISHAL DADLANI

Vishal Dadlani

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Vishal Dadlani
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Dadlani performing live at Bacardi NH7 weekender
Background information
Born 28 June 1973 (age 43)
Origin Mumbai, India
Genres Electronica , Indie Rock, Indian Film Music
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Record Producer, Musician, Performer, Actor, MainFront Of RockBand Pentagram
Years active 1994–present
Associated acts Akon, Pentagram , VLT (Vishal Likes This), Vishal-Shekhar
Website http://www.chameli.ooo

Vishal Dadlani is an Indian singer, music record producer, composer, performer. Vishal is the vocalist/songwriter of the indie rock/electronica band, Pentagram (Indian band),[1] founded in 1994, regarded as one of the pioneers of original Indian independent music, having received recognition locally as well as globally. Vishal Dadlani is also one half of the Bollywood composing/producing and performing music duo Vishal-Shekhar,[2] since 1999. They are credited with being amongst the architects of the modern Bollywood sound, having composed for 60 films and released over 300 songs, and performed over 1000 shows worldwide. Vishal has always supported Indian independent music, and helped many artists and bands find their feet. Raghu Dixit,[3] now a hugely successful artist in his own right, is one of Vishal’s earliest proteges. Vishal and Shekhar released Raghu’s first album to great success, in 2008. Vishal’s involvement as a jury member in many of India’s biggest music talent hunts including, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa[4] 2007 & 2010, Indian Idol Junior 2013 & 2015, The Stage 2015, have been prominent in highlighting his constant search for, and encouragement of, fresh talent in both, the mainstream and the Indian independent music scene. Vishal also co-founded indie-giant Only Much Louder[5] with Vijay Nair[6] in 2002 and exited a couple of years ago. Vishal is equally at home with indie music, rock, electronica, hip-hop and Bollywood sounds, has now launched his own label in 2015 called VLT (Vishal Likes This) to create a wider platform for indie artists in India.

Early life[edit]

Vishal Dadlani, 42 (born 28 June 1973), is self-made, forthright and extremely sensitive. His eclectic taste in music comes from his parents love for all forms of music, and from being a part of Pentagram. He is committed to social change and improvement, and is open and vocal about it.[7] Vishal was born and raised in a Sindhi family from Mumbai, Maharashtra. He is a self-taught musician, and is home to indie rock, electronica, hip-hop and Bollywood sounds. Vishal went to Hill Grange High School, Mumbai and subsequently attended Jai Hind College,[8] Mumbai for two years (1989–90) then was shifted to H.R. College of Commerce and Economics. Vishal graduated in 1994 with a degree of Bachelor of Commerce. Vishal speaks English, Hindi, some Urdu and Marathi. He has also studied French and Japanese. He has sung in English, Hindi, Sindhi, Tamil, Marathi, Bengali and Punjabi, and written music in English, Hindi, Marathi and Telugu.

Career[edit]

Pentagram (1994-Present)[edit]

Vishal Dadlani’s musical journey started back in 1994, with the electronica/indie-rock band Pentagram (Indian band) formed in Mumbai. The band fronted by Vishal Dadlani (one half of the film music producing duo Vishal-Shekhar) with Randolph Correia on guitars, Clyde D’souza (former member) on guitars, Papal Mane on bass and Shiraz Bhattacharya on drums. All of whom have recently been actively involved in the Bollywood music business. Pentagram received their initial recognition and fame by winning three major rock competitions at IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay. Of these, Livewire, the annual band competition at Mood Indigo landed them a record deal. Pentagram regarded as one of the pioneers of original Indian independent music, the band has received major recognition.[9]Pentagram has been recognized among the top rock bands of India since past 20 years.[10] Pentagram have had a brief touring history outside India; including the Sundance Music Festival in Estonia in 2003. In 2005, Pentagram became the first Indian band to play at the Glastonbury Music Festival in the UK.[11]

We Are Not Listening (1996-2001), was the debut album of Pentagram. Pentagram won MTV India’s Artist of the Month award in 1997 and also won the Channel V awards for Best Live Band and Best Indian Band in 1997 and 1998. They were featured on Channel V’s Big Gig show, an hour-long live performance, which was plagued with bad sound.[12] The second album, Up (2002) saw the band’s sound evolve into a deliberate, definitive electro rock. One of their greatest hits as listed by the Rolling Stone Magazine on their article “25 Greatest Indian Rock Songs of the Last 25 Years ” was Drive (Up, 2002).[13] During this time Dadlani found fame as a Bollywood music composer, singer and lyricist with movies like Jhankaar Beats, Bluff Master and Salaam Namaste. Pentagram’s third album It’s OK, It’s All Good in 2007 recorded under their own record label, Pentagram Music too received noticeable attention in India. The first single off this album “Voice” won the Song Of The Year and vocalist Vishal was awarded Vocalist Of The Year at the Jack Daniel’s Annual Indian Rock Awards. “Voice” also received considerable airplay on VH1 India. The song was later used in a music video competition by the channel and Nokia, and the video that has been released features the contributions of various fans across India who sent in their videos.[14] Pentagram have toured around the country, performing at clubs, college festivals and music festivals like the Bacardi NH7 Weekender and the Invasion festival.[15] In 2011, they released their fourth album, Bloodywood (EMI) and have been touring the same live for the past few years. The same year, they also got to open for one of their biggest inspirations, The Prodigy, at the Invasion Festival in New Delhi and Bangalore.[16] In 2013, they appeared on MTV Unplugged, supported by guitarist and producer Gaurav Gupta and pianist Karan Joseph. In 2014, they complete over 20 years of being together.[17]

Pentagram Discography[edit]

Vishal & Shekhar[edit]

In 1999, Vishal & Shekhar, the Bollywood composing/producing and performing music duo was formed. The duo consisting of Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani who have worked in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Marathi films. Their notable works include Jhankaar Beats(2003), Dus (2005), Bluffmaster (2005), I See You (2006), Om Shanti Om (2007), Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008), Dostana (2008), Anjaana Anjaani (2010), Ra.One (2011), Student of the Year (2012),Chennai Express (2013), Bang Bang! (2014) and Happy New Year(2014).[18] The duo has received noticiable recognition in the past 15 years, and today are credited with being amongst the architects of the modern Bollywood sound, having composed for 60 films and released over 300 songs, and performed over 1000 shows worldwide.The duo rose to prominence in 2003 when they composed the score for the film Jhankaar Beats which included the song “Tu Aashiqui Hai”. They won the Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent for Jhankaar Beats.[19]

Other Work by Vishal-Shekhar[edit]

They have been judges on the star hunt show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 and the musical talent show Jo Jeeta Wohi Super Star with director and choreographer Farah Khan. They are the judges on Amul Star Voice of India Mummy Ki Superstars. They were mentors and judges in the reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa with Sajid-Wajid. They composed the Indian Premier League theme song of season 3 and the anthem of Kolkata Knight Riders. Following the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Vishal Dadlani launched a petition to ban live media coverage during the rescue operations.[20] They composed the song “Allah Ke Bande” from Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II.

Both Vishal and Shekhar appeared as judges in the reality singing show for children and teens, Indian Idol Junior, Season One, while only Vishal appeared in Season two [21]

Vishal has also performed a Sufi influenced song Madari in the Season 2 of Coke Studio (India).

Awards and Recognition (Vishal & Shekhar)[edit]

They are credited with being amongst the architects of the modern Bollywood sound, having composed for 60 films and released over 300 songs, and performed over 1000 shows worldwide. The duo has received great recognition, not only in India but across the globe.

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Denotes nominations received by Vishal Dadlani alone.
Annual Central European Bollywood Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2005 Best Soundtrack Dus Nominated [22]
Best Song “Dus Bahane” (from Dus)
2007 Best Soundtrack Om Shanti Om Won [23]
Best Song “Dastaan-E-Om Shanti Om” (from Om Shanti Om)
“Main Agar Kahoon” (from Om Shanti Om) Nominated
2008 Best Soundtrack Dostana [24]
Bachna Ae Haseeno
Best Song “Khuda Jaane Om” (from Bachna Ae Haseeno)
2010 “Wallah Re Wallah” (from Tees Maar Khan) [25]
2011 Best Soundtrack Ra.One Won [26]
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2008 Best Music Director Om Shanti Om Nominated [27]
Best Lyricist Ankhon Mein Teri (from Om Shanti Om)
2010 Best Male Playback Singer Dhan Te Nan (from Kaminey)
(along with Sukhwinder Singh)
[28]
2011 Best Music Director I Hate Luv Storys [29]
2014 Chennai Express [30]
Asian Film Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2008 Best Composer Om Shanti Om Won [31]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2010 Most Entertaining Song Sheila Ki Jawani(from Tees Maar Khan) Nominated [32]
Most Entertaining Music Anjaana Anjaani
2011 Most Entertaining Song Chammak Challo(from Ra.One) [33]
Most Entertaining Music The Dirty Picture
2012 Most Entertaining Song Radha(from Student Of The Year) [34]
Most Entertaining Music The Dirty Picture
2013 Most Entertaining Singer (Male) “Balam Pichkari” (from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani) [35]
Most Entertaining Music The Dirty Picture
Filmfare Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2004 RD Burman Award for New Music Talent Jhankaar Beats Won [36]
2006 Best Music Director Dus Nominated [37]
2008 Om Shanti Om [38]
Best Lyricist “Ankhon Mein Teri” (from Om Shanti Om)
2009 Best Music Director Dostana [39]
2010 Best Male Playback Singer “Dhan Te Nan” (from Kaminey)
(along with Sukhwinder Singh)
[40]
2011 Best Music Director Anjaana Anjaani [41]
I Hate Luv Storys
Best Lyricist “Bin Tere” (from I Hate Luv Storys)
2012 Chammak Challo(from Ra.One)
(along with Niranjan Iyengar)
[42]
Best Music Director Ra.One
Best Male Playback Singer “Chammak Challo” (from Ra.One)
(along with Akon)
2013 Best Music Director Student Of The Year [43]
2014 Chennai Express [44]
Global Indian Music Academy Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2011 Best lyricist “Tujhe Bhula Diya” (from Anjaana Anjaani)
(shared with Kumaar)
Nominated [45]
Best Film Song Sheila Ki Jawani(from Tees Maar Khan)
Best Film Album Anjaana Anjaani
Tees Maar Khan
Best Music Director Anjaana Anjaani
2012 Ra.One [46]
Best Film Song Chammak Challo(from Ra.One) Won
Best Film Album The Dirty Picture Nominated
Ra.One
2013 Best Music Director Student Of The Year [47]
Best Film Song Radha(from Student Of The Year)
Best Film Album Student Of The Year
Best Duet “Radha” (from Student Of The Year)
(shared with Shekhar Ravjiani, Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal)
2014 “Balam Pichakari” (for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)
(shared with Shalmali Kholgade)
[48]
International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]
Year Category Recipient Result Ref.
2004 Best Music Director Jhankaar Beats Nominated [49]
2006 Bluffmaster! [50]
Dus
2009 Dostana [51]
2010 Best Playback Singer Male “Dhan Te Nan” (from Kaminey)
(along with Sukhwinder Singh)
[52]
2011 “Adhoore” (from Break Ke Baad) [53]
Best Music Director I Hate Luv Storys
2012 Ra.One [54]
Best Song Recording Chammak Challo(from Ra.One) Won

Upcoming Projects 2016[edit]

Sultan produced by Aditya Chopra under his Yash Raj Films banner, starring actor Salman Khan directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the movie will hit the theaters in 2016. Composer duo Vishal-Shekhar will compose for Salman Khan’s next project Sultan, promise to create “more magic” with their creations.[55]

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Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai
2016
Malhari
2015
Balam Pichkari
2013
Selfie Le Le Re
2015
India Waale
2014
Tu Meri
2014
Bezubaan Phir Se
2015
Gulaabo
2015
Tune Maari Entriyaan
2013
Athiloka Sundari
2016
Ud-Daa Punjab
2016
Life Sahi Hai
2011
Sheila Ki Jawani
2010
Ghagra
2013
Munnal Kadhali
2016
Oh Penne
2013
World Dance Medley
2014
Madari
2012
Jee Le Zaraa
2012
Lovely
2014
Peene Ki Tamanna
2016
Mar Jayian
2012
Kashmir Main Tu Kanyakumari
2013
Bhare Naina
2011
Dance Like A Chammiya
2014
Veera Vinayaka
2015
Radha
2012
Chokra Jawaan
2012
Allah Duhai Hai
2013
Dildaara
2011
Brothers Anthem
2015
Dhoom Again
2006
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30 JUN 1966 PETER OUTERBRIDGE

Peter Outerbridge

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Born June 30, 1966 (age 49)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Tammy Isbell (2000–present)
Children Thomas & Samuel (twins), born 2004

Peter Outerbridge (born June 30, 1966) is a Canadian actor, best known for his role as Ari Tasarov in the CW action series Nikita, Dr. David Sandström in the TMN series ReGenesis, Henrik “Hank” Johanssen in Orphan Black, Bob Corbett in Bomb Girls, William Easton in Saw VI and George Brown in the television film John A.: Birth of a Country. He also played the lead role of Detective William Murdoch in a three-episode mini-series, The Murdoch Mysteries, in its initial run on Canadian television, with two episodes shown in 2004 and a third in 2005.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Outerbridge was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, the son of a lawyer and the youngest of five siblings.[2]

After high school Outerbridge enrolled at the University of Victoria to study acting. Afterwards he toured Canada for four years with the theatre group Way Off Broadway. In 1997 and 2002 he was nominated in the Canadian Genie Awards as the best actor in the filmsKissed and Marine Life, respectively. He was also nominated in the Gemini Awards for his achievements. Outerbridge won a 2013 Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series for his role inJohn A.: Birth of a Country.[3]

In May 2000, he married actress Tammy Isbell. Together they have twins, Samuel and Thomas (born 2004).

Outerbridge had a recurring role in the second season of Orphan Black, portraying the character Henrik “Hank” Johanssen, a Prolethean religious leader who is against the scientific processes that created the clones.

Filmography[edit]

Feature films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1992 Hate Mail Randal First feature film
1993 Paris, France Sloan
Cool Runnings Josef Grool
For the Moment Johnny
1994 Replikator John Cheever
1995 The Michelle Apartments Jules
1996 Kissed Matt Nominated – Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
1998 Escape Velocity Lee Nash aka Carter
1999 Better Than Chocolate Judy
2000 Double Frame Special Agent Sean Donahue
Fools Die Fast Eddie
Mission to Mars Sergei Kirov
Marine Life Robert Kiely Nominated – Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
2001 Chasing Cain Bob Kozlowski Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
2002 The Rendering Theodore Gray
Men with Brooms James Lennox
The Bay of Love and Sorrows Everette Hatch
2003 Cold Creek Manor Dave Miller
June & Orlando Orlando
2004 Chicks with Sticks Curt Bonner
Ill Fated Earl
2005 Land of the Dead Styles Also known as George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead
2006 Lucky Number Slevin Detective Dumbrowski
Population 436 Deputy Christian Hecker Direct-to-video
2009 Burning Mussolini Detective Ryan Johnson
Saw VI William Easton
2012 Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Travis Grady
2013 Haunter Bruce

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990 21 Jump Street Jeff Chandler Episode: “Just Say No! High”
1991 The Hidden Room Rick Episode: “Wasting Away”
Drop Dead Gorgeous Dylan Wiatt TV film, also sometimes titled Victim of Beauty
The Commish Officer Jeff Hartley Nine episodes (1991 – 1993)
1992 Diagnosis: Murder Barry Donovan TV film
Nightmare Cafe Jesse Episode: “Fay & Ivy”
Secret Service Talbot Episode: “Programmer/Child’s Play”
1994 Another Woman Paul Temple TV film
Forever Knight Young Thomas Constantine Episode: “Father’s Day”
1995 Road to Avonlea Count Marek Episode: “What a Tangled Web We Weave”
The Android Affair Thomas Benti TV film
Highlander: The Series Paul Kinman Episode: “Reluctant Heroes
The Outer Limits Dr. Andy Groenig; Ned Bailey; Zach Griffiths Episodes: “The New Breed
What Will The Neighbors Think
Replica
Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
1996 Dinner Along the Amazon Rodney TV film
Closer and Closer Adam TV film
Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years Ned Episode: “Betrayal”
Captive Heart: The James Mink Story William Johnson Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program
TV film
Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance Sergei TV film
Giant Mine Jim O’Neil TV film
1997 Murder in My Mind Jack Bolinas TV film
La Femme Nikita Roger Episode: “Treason”
Michael Hayes John Manning (unknown episodes)
1998 Millennium Special Agent Barry Baldwin Nine episodes (1998 – 1999)
1999 Escape from Mars John Rank, Sagan Cocommander TV film
The Time Shifters Felder TV film
2000 Killing Moon (uncredited) TV film
Out of Sync Roger Deacon TV film
2001 The Pretender 2001 Alex TV film
Earth: Final Conflict Joe Episode: “Subterra”
Paradise Falls Tyrone Fox Episodes: “Jessica Fights Back”
“Goodbye Tyrone”
2002 Chasing Cain: Face Detective Bob Kozlowski Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
TV film
Trudeau Jim Coutts TV film
Mentors Dr. Milton Bradshaw Episodes: “A Matter of Time: Part 1”
“A Matter of Time: Part 2”
“Secrets and Lies”
Monk Mr. Monk and the Marathon Man Trevor McDowell
100 Days in the Jungle Gord Black TV film
2003 The Risen Nick Simms TV film
24 Ronnie Stark Episodes: “Day 2: 2:00 a.m.-3:00 am
Day 2: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 am
Miracles Jason Herlock Episode: “Paul Is Dead”
2004 This Is Wonderland Dale Robertson Episode: “#1.7”
Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series (“Episode Seven”)
The D.A. Jerry Weicker Episodes: “The People vs. Sergius Kovinsky”
“The People vs. Patricia Henry”
“The People vs. Oliver C. Handley”
“The People vs. Achmed Abbas”
Medical Investigation Clark White Episode: “Progeny”
The Murdoch Mysteries Detective William Murdoch TV Films
Episodes: “Except the Dying
Poor Tom Is Cold
Under the Dragon’s Tail” (2004 – 2005)
ReGenesis David Sandström 52 episodes (2004 – 2008)
Nominated – 2005 Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (“Baby Bomb”)
Nominated – 2006 Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (“Fishy”)
Nominated – 2007 Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (“Dust in the Wind”)
Nominated – 2008 Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (“TB or Not TB”)
2005 Tilt Randy Cioffi Episodes: “Gentleman Jim”
“Shuffle Up and Deal”
Murder in the Hamptons Gordon Wintrob TV film
2006 10.5: Apocalypse Alec Becker TV film
Puppets Who Kill Phil Goody The Rival House
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Diff’rent Strokes Al Burton TV film
Intimate Stranger Denis Teague TV film
2007 In God’s Country Officer Wayne TV film
My Name Is Sarah Charlie Manning TV film
Whistler Peter Varland Episodes: “Always A Bridesmaid”
“Family Ties”
“Road Trip”
“The Rules of Attachment: Part I”
“The Rules of Attachment: Part II”
“Last Run”
2008 Fringe Dr. Reyes Episode: “Pilot”
Sanctuary Malcolm Dawkins Episode: “Folding Man”
Heartland Brad Borden Episode: “Summer’s End”
2009 Flashpoint Walter Volcek Episode: “Clean Hands
Deadliest Sea Captain Colvin TV film
2010 Happy Town Dan Farmer Episodes: “I Came To Haplin For The Waters”
“Polly Wants A Crack At Her”
“Slight Of Hand”
“This Is Why We Stay”
“Questions And Antlers”
“Dallas Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”
“Blame It On Rio Bravo”
Series was cancelled by ABC after eight episodes
Reviving Ophelia Walter TV film
2010 Nikita Ari Tasarov Episodes: “Phoenix”
“The Next Seduction”
“Covenant”
“Falling Ash”
“Partners”
“Fair Trade”
“Guardians”
“Pale Fire”
“Clean Sweeep”
“Origins”
“Doublecross”
“Arising”
“Power”
“Consequences”
“Sideswipe”
“With Fire”
“Reunion”
“The Life We’ve Chosen”
2011 John A.: Birth of a Country George Brown TV film
Nominated: ACTRA Award 2012 for Outstanding Performance – Male
Winner: 2013 Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series
The Listener Magnus Elphrenson Episodes: “Magician”
“Now You See Him” (2011 & 2012)
2012 Suits Keith Hoyt Episode: “All In”
Beauty & the Beast Silverfox Episodes: “Pilot”
“All In”
“Basic Instinct”
Bomb Girls Bob Corbett Episodes: “Jumping Tracks”
“Misfires”
“How You Trust”
“Bringing Up Bombshell”
“Armistice”
“Elements of Surprise”
“The Quickening”
“Roses Red”
“The Enemy Within”
“Guests of Honour”
“Where There’s Smoke”
“Party Line”
“Kings and Pawns”
“Blood Relations”
2013 Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds Aramas Episodes 1-5
2014 Orphan Black Henrik “Hank” Johanssen Episodes: “Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion”
“Mingling Its Own Nature With It
“Governed as It Were by Chance”
“Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est”
“Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done”
Murdoch Mysteries Father Keegan Episode “Shipwreck”
2015 Blood and Water

Voice Work[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Real Superhumans and the Quest for the Future Fantastic Narrator TV Documentary
2008 Afghanada Master Corporal Matt Crowder Season 3 – Episodes 40, 41 & 42 (CBC Radio Drama Series)
2010 Beast Legends Narrator TV Documentary
2011 Zombies: A Living History Narrator TV Documentary
2012 Trust, Inc. Councillor James Yearwood Episodes 1, 2 & 3 (CBC Radio Drama Series)
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Lizzy Caplan
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Caplan at PaleyFest 2014 for Masters of Sex
Born Elizabeth Anne Caplan
June 30, 1982 (age 33)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present

Elizabeth AnneLizzyCaplan (born June 30, 1982) is an American actress. After making her screen debut in 2002, Caplan started to get wider attention for her roles in films Mean Girls (2004) and Cloverfield (2008) for which she was nominated for Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Caplan also starred in television shows The Class, True Blood, and Party Down. Currently she stars in Showtime series Masters of Sex, for which she was nominated for Emmy, Satellite and Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.

Her other film appearances include Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), 127 Hours (2010), Save the Date (2012), Bachelorette (2012), The Interview (2014), and Now You See Me 2 (2016). She also appeared in a Marvel Cinematic Universe short film Item 47.

Early life[edit]

Caplan was born and raised in the Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles, California.[1] Her family were Reform Jews.[2][3] Her father was a lawyer and her mother was a political aide.[4] She was the youngest of three children with an older brother and sister.[5] Her mother died of illness when she was 13 years old.[1][6][7] Her uncle is publicist Howard Bragman.[8] Caplan attended Alexander Hamilton High School,[9] and was a student at the school’s Academy of Music. She first focused on playing the piano, then later decided to pursue drama.[10] She was also on her school’s soccer team.[11] She graduated in 2000, but did not attend college because it was time consuming and she wanted to focus on acting.[11]

Career[edit]

Caplan began her acting career in 1999, first playing a girl named Sara in the critically acclaimed series Freaks and Geeks.[12] Due to her performance, her character became the girlfriend of Jason Segel‘s character.[13] She then had a series of guest appearances on numerous shows, and appeared in Jason Mraz‘s music video “You and I Both“. In 2000 she appeared in her first film From Where I Sit which was released straight to television.[14] In 2001, she played Tina Greer in an episode of Smallville, and reprised her role on the show in 2003. She appeared in two episodes of the ABC series Once and Again. In 2003, she starred in the television series The Pitts, playing Faith Pitt. She gained wider notice for playing Janis Ian in the 2004 film Mean Girls. She played Avery Bishop in the second season of Tru Calling.

In 2005, Caplan played troubled sister Marjee Sorelli in Related, a one-hour comedy-drama on The WB that was canceled after one season. In 2006, she starred as Sara Weller in the thriller film Love is the Drug and was named one of “10 Actors to Watch” by Variety.[15]After Related ended, Caplan was cast in the CBS sitcom The Class, which premiered in September 2006 and lasted for one season. She played Kat Warbler, one of several elementary school friends that reunite after 20 years.[15]

In 2008, Caplan played Marlena Diamond in the film Cloverfield and was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. She also appeared as Ami in the romantic comedy My Best Friend’s Girl. Later that year, she guest starred as Amy Burley on the HBOvampire show True Blood. She is the voice of Faith Pitt in the animated version of The Pitts, which premiered in 2009. She also appeared in the critically acclaimed Starz ensemble comedy Party Down, playing a struggling comedian who is part of a catering crew. In 2010, she appeared in 127 Hours.[16]

In early 2012, Caplan premiered two films at the Sundance Film Festival: Save the Date and Bachelorette. Also in 2012, she appeared as Julia in several episodes of the Fox sitcom New Girl.

She played Agent Lacey in the 2014 film The Interview.

Masters of Sex (2013–present)[edit]

In 2013, she began playing 1960s human sexuality pioneer Virginia Johnson on the Showtime series Masters of Sex.[17] The first season aired to critical acclaim and strong ratings. Caplan also provided her own vocals for a cover version of the song “You Don’t Know Me” in the Masters of Sex episode “Phallic Victories”.[18] Her performance on the show was well-reviewed, and on July 10, 2014, she was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.[19]

Caplan was cast in her role as Virginia Johnson before they signed her co-star Michael Sheen as William H. Masters because he was busy working on another production. Producer Sarah Timberman said of Caplan, “the minute we met Lizzie we thought that she just embodied so much of the spirit of Virginia Johnson.”[20] Caplan also stated herself that as a single woman pursuing her career above a family, she identified with many of Johnson’s characteristics.[1] Once she met the producers, it took several months before Caplan was officially signed, and she turned down several other roles in the meantime.[21]

Virginia Johnson worked alongside William H. Masters as they completed research of human sexual response and sexual dysfunction beginning in the late 1950s. To learn about the characters they were portraying Caplan along with her other co-stars read Thomas Maier’s 2009 biography Masters of Sex.[22] The author also allowed Caplan to listen to some of the his interview tapes with Johnson. Caplan also attempted to spend some time with Johnson before she died in 2013, but Johnson was ambivalent about the development of the show.[1] It was the first time she portrayed a real person and Caplan mentioned in an interview that she felt a “deep responsibility” to Johnson, but that she had some wiggle room because most people have no idea what Johnson looked or sounded like.[23] Maier stated that the developers of the show have remained mostly accurate to his book and have included other events that are historically relevant to St. Louis, where the series takes place and where Masters and Johnson lived.[24]

Her portrayal of American sexologist Virginia Johnson was her first serious dramatic role and resulted in nominations for an Emmy Award and a Critics’ Choice Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.[25]

Due to the large number of sex scenes in Masters of Sex, she has become well known for being portrayed in this way.[13][21][26] In many interviews Caplan has stated that although the amount of nude scenes in the show were uncomfortable at first, she has gotten “as comfortable as possible” and actually enjoys shooting the scenes.[26]

Personal life[edit]

Caplan dated actor Matthew Perry from 2006 to 2012.[27][28][29][30] She is the godmother of the daughter of actress Busy Philipps and screenwriter Marc Silverstein.[31]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Orange County Party girl
2003 Hardcore Action News Lizzy Lyons Short film
2004 Mean Girls Janis Ian
2006 Love Is the Drug Sara Weller
2007 Crashing Jacqueline
2008 Cloverfield Marlena Diamond Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress
2008 My Best Friend’s Girl Ami
2009 Crossing Over Marla
2010 Successful Alcoholics Lindsay Short film
2010 Hot Tub Time Machine April Drennan Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
2010 The Last Rites of Ransom Pride Juliette Flowers
2010 127 Hours Sonja Ralston
2011 High Road Sheila
2012 Save the Date Sarah
2012 Bachelorette Gena
2012 3,2,1… Frankie Go Boom Lassie
2012 Queens of Country Jolene Gillis
2012 Marvel One-Shot: Item 47 Claire Short film
2014 The Interview Agent Lacey
2015 The Night Before Diana
2016 Now You See Me 2 Lula May
2016 Allied Bridget Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999–2000 Freaks and Geeks Sara 4 episodes
2000 From Where I Sit Lily Television film
2001 Undeclared Beautiful girl Episode: “Prototype”
2001–2003 Smallville Tina Greer 2 episodes
2001 Once and Again Sarah Episode: “Tough Love”
2002 Everybody’s Doing It Angela Television film
2003 The Pitts Faith Pitt 7 episodes
2005 Tru Calling Avery Bishop 4 episodes
2005–2006 Related Marjee Sorelli 18 episodes
2006–2009 American Dad! Debbie (voice) 4 episodes
2006–2007 The Class Kat Warbler 19 episodes
2008 True Blood Amy Burley 6 episodes
2008 The Life & Times of Tim N/A Episode: “Insurmountable High Score/Tim vs. the Baby”
2009–2010 Party Down Casey Klein 20 episodes
2010–2011 Childrens Hospital Harmony / Casey Klein 2 episodes
2011 The Cleveland Show Patty Donner (voice) Episode: “The Essence of Cleveland
2011 Mr. Sunshine Vivian Cornelli Episode: “Ben and Vivian”
2011 Wainy Days Arielle Episode: “Kelly and Arielle – Part 2”
2012 New Girl Julia 4 episodes
2013 Newsreaders Anya Turpo Episode: “Hedge Fun”
2013–present Masters of Sex Virginia Johnson Main role; also producer
Nominated—Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama (2014–15)
2013–2014 The League Rebecca Ruxin 3 episodes
2014 Kroll Show Signing Bonus Contestant #1 Episode: “Krolling Around with Nick Klown”
2014 Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Episode: “Lizzy Caplan Wears All Black & Powder Blue Espadrilles”
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