Owen Wilson is a well-known American actor, producer and screenwriter who has received worldwide recognition after starring in the comedy action movie Shanghai Noon.
Owen Wilson was born in the fall of 1968 in Dallas (USA, Texas). The future of the boy was a foregone conclusion from birth. Father Robert Wilson worked in a television studio, mother Laura Wilson took photos. In the family, besides Owen, two more sons grew up, Luke and Andrew, who later also chose the profession of actor.
Owen Wilson grew up as a fidget, sometimes his parents did not have the patience to endure the tricks of his son. Owen’s study was not interesting. The boy constantly fought, and on the eve of the final exams, the guy stole a book with solutions from a geometry teacher and distributed answers to his classmates. Wilson was kicked out of school for his behavior. Wilson Sredny moved to another school, and after he entered the military academy, but nothing came of it either. Continue reading
Buster Keaton is an American actor known in the world of cinema as a “comedian without a smile.” The popularity of the artist at the peak of his career was comparable with the demand for Charlie Chaplin. The “stone face” of American silent cinema, Buster Keaton entertained people without sounds and facial expressions. A subtle and insightful artist made the audience cry with laughter.
He was a stuntman, actor, director and true artist of the cinema era. Authorship of Keaton belongs to the films “Sherlock Jr.”, “Navigator” and “General”. In 1960, he received an honorary Oscar for his contribution to the development of cinema. Continue reading
Yuri Nikulin was born on December 18, 1921 in the city of Demidov. His family was closely associated with the theater: father Vladimir Andreevich studied law, and upon returning from the army he got a job as an actor in the theater, his mother Lidia Ivanovna was also a theater actress. It is noteworthy that Yuri’s parents were known in the city precisely as comedian actors, which greatly influenced the future fate of the boy.
When Yuri was four years old, his family moved to Moscow. Father got a job as a correspondent in two local newspapers and began to compose reprises for the theater and the circus. Vladimir Andreevich often took his son with him to the circus, where the five-year-old Jura was inspired by an atmosphere of joy and fun. It was then that the future artist got the idea to amuse people, causing smiles on their faces. He led the life of an ordinary Soviet boy, spent a lot of time with friends, and sometimes got into fights. Continue reading