Anthony Stewart Head (born 20 February 1954) is an English actor and musician. He rose to fame in the UK following his role in the Gold Blend couple television advertisements for Nescafé Gold Blend, and is known for his roles as Rupert Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer , Uther...Wikipedia
Born: 20th February, 1954, Camden, London, England
Height: 6' 1" (185 cm)
Claim to Fame: Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Uther Pendragon in Merlin.
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I have some great news, dear cinephiles! We’ve managed to get an interview from the director of the Percy Jackson sequel, Thor Freudenthal, who is best known for his helming of the 2010′s Diary of a Wimpy Kid and 2009′s Hotel for Dogs.
When he’s not directing, he writes and does the artwork. He was conceptual artist and took part in creative and visual effects development for Stuart Little and its sequel. He was also the storyboard artist and character designer for the Oscar-winning short animation, The Chubbchubbs!
We heard that he has been... Read More
Posted by SheillaY 2 years ago
We collected information about the second "Percy Jackson", entitled: "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters". Some new actors landed the cast (Filming will begin April, 16).
We interviewed the director "Thor Freudenthal" (we will post the interview soon) who informed us of the arrival of young "Beautiful" actors in the movie! "Leven Rambin, Douglas Smith and recently they followed by the young Jessica Auger" said the director.
They joined Logan Lerman, Nathan Fillion, Leven Rambin, Anthony Head...! "We... Read More
Posted by SheillaY 2 years ago
Former Buffy The Vampire Slayer star Alyson Hannigan has blasted plans for a big-screen spin-off of the show, branding the movie "a big mistake."
The franchise began with the 1992 film of the same name, starring Kristy Swanson, which spawned the small-screen series with Sarah Michelle Gellar in the lead role. The cult TV show came to an end in 2003 and is set to be rebooted with a new film featuring a brand new vampire slayer, and without any input from former lead writer Joss Whedon.
Hannigan is adamant none of the main cast members would sign up for the... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 5 years ago
Jim Carrey arrived at the world premiere of his new film "Yes Man" in a double-decker bus Tuesday night. The charismatic star thrilled the crowd as he shouted from the open-topped vehicle in London`s Leicester Square.
He told BANG Showbiz: "I got here on a double-decker tank bus - with canons!"
The American actor admitted he was feeling the December chill, but insisted he could handle it for one night.
He said: "The cold is nice - because I`m just visiting."
Jim - who plays Carl Allen in the film about a man who decides to spend his life... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 6 years ago
His mother, Helen Shingler, played Madame Maigret in the original BBC series of "Maigret" (1960).
On August 1 2004, after the May 11 2004 incident in which 9 people were killed and more than 40 were injured in an explosion at ICL Plastics in Glasgow, Scotland, he was the headliner at a science fiction convention to raise money for the for the Grovepark Memorial Fund (for victims and their families). He met fans at the Thistle Hotel. With him were Paul Darrow and Michael Sheard.
The New Sunday Knight
Prince Galavant's quest for revenge over the King who stole his one true love.
We used to hang out at Joss`s place Sunday nights and do Shakespeare readings. I got to do my Richard III recently. Then we`d have a few tequilas, sit around the piano and sing. I talked to Joss years ago about doing a Buffy musical, and then finally in the summer he sat down and wrote Once More, With Feeling," episode seven of season six. He`s taken the inaccessible area of musicals - why does everybody keep singing? - and turned it to his advantage. It`s the answer to "Hush," season four`s spellbinding silent episode where nobody could talk. We all sing about the things we`re thinking; musicals are about expressing those emotions that you can`t talk about. It works a real treat." [January 9, 2002]
I`ve always resisted the idea of becoming a David Hasselhoff, and I hope I`m still resisting it.