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Steve Coogan mini bio:
Stephen John Coogan was born on the 14th October 1965 in Middleton, Greater Manchestor, England to Kathleen and Athony Coogan. He wrote and starred in The Parole Officer, which was nominated for BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer. He played as Tony Wilson in the film, 24Hour Party People (2002). The film was nominated for Empire Award for Best British Actor and Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. He appeared as Charley in Happy Endings (2005). He played as Ambassador mercy in Marie Antoinette (2006). He played as Paul Michael son in the Loop (2009). His voiced as Raisin in Marmaduke (2010). He also voiced as Silas Ramsbottom in Despicable Me 2. He wrote the scripts for several films including Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013) and Philomena (2013). He also appeared in many TV series including The Day Today (1994), Coogan's Run (1995), Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge (1994-1994), I'm Alan Partridge (1997-2002), The Private Life of Samuel Pepys (2003), and The Simpsons (2012).
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Myles Kennedy Date / 2014-04-06 16:38:49 Slash and their band have completed recording the 3rd album under the banner of solo Slash. A complete collection of 17 amazing songs together with one instrumental were lay down for the record to "Apocalyptic Love" of 2012 that is being helmed by Michael "Elvis" Baskette producer, recognized for his effective work with other band of Kennedy, and some other...
Morgan Spurlock Date / 2014-04-06 16:36:40 CMT has started a documentary and news division and is grouping with some producers that are award-winning for its first schedule of six different projects...
Josh Charles Date / 2014-04-05 21:13:59 As Good Wife that mourned as well as started slow process to move on from shocking and astonishing loss of Will Gardner in previous night, Charles was on the ESPN along with Keith Olbermann that was reprising their old Sports of the Night routine...