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Matthew Lewis


Matthew Lewis or Matthew David "Matt" Lewis (born June 27, 1989) is an English film, television and stage actor, best known for playing Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films.



Matthew Lewis has been acting since he was five years old. He started off with minor parts in television programmes, debuting in Some Kind of Life. He then went on to try out for the part of Neville Longbottom. He has portrayed Neville Longbottom in the eight Harry Potter films.



In July 2012, Matthew Lewis appeared in a music video called Filth by A Band Of Buriers, Matthew's co-star with actress Lily Loveless, who portrayed boyfriend and girlfriend in the music video. Lewis played the character Jamie Bradley in a five-part TV series called The Syndicate written by Kay Mellor, which was broadcast on BBC One in spring 2012. Lewis will be playing the role as Dodd in Wasteland film, which is written and directed by Rowan Athale. He also play in short movie Night of the Loving Dead (2012).



Guy Burnet


Guy Burnet (born August 8, 1983) is a British film, television and theatre actor. He is best known for playing the parts of Craig Dean in the British Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.



Before becoming an actor, Guy Burnet aspired to become a professional footballer. He attended Queens Park Rangers Soccer School. He subsequently undertook trials and played in various locations throughout Europe. He plays football, taking part in a celebrity football match on 2 June 2007 at the new Wembley Stadium prior to England's first match at the stadium. In September 2007 he played for England in an England v Russia charity match in support of the Give Life Foundation.



Guy Burnet started his career in theatre and making award winning short films. Burnet joined the cast of Hollyoaks in 2002 as a main character and series regular following his second ever audition. He play as Craig Dean, which in show have storyline he's fall in love with his best friend John Paul McQueen portrayed by James Sutton, and with this storyline betwen Craig and John Paul cited as "one of the biggest and most successful that Hollyoaks has told". On August 2007, he was left the show and later on September 2008 he's back to the show. Both Burnet and Sutton left the series some weeks later when their characters left for Ireland where Burnet's character was studying at Trinity College, Dublin.



In April 2007, Guy Burnet, together with Anthony Quinlan and Jennifer Metcalfe, appeared on the ITV2 show 'Grease Is The Word'. Burnet has appeared in Sonny With a Chance, a Disney Original Series highly popular amongst teens in the United States. He appeared in the episode "Sonny with a Song", as a singer/songwriter called Trey Brothers. In 2009, Burnet played "Pinklady" in Moving On for the BBC.



In 2011, Guy Burnet completed work as a lead in film Two Jacks (2012) alongside Sienna Miller. He also play in Luster as Banksy (2010), Baseline as Ricky (2010), Age of Heroes as Riley (2011), Rites of Passage as Mojo (2012), and will also play in Beautiful Now. As well as playing football, Burnet is involved in amateur boxing. His interest in boxing led him to direct a documentary on WBU featherweight title holder Derry Mathews. During 2012 Burnet was the lead in a production of 'Murder In The First', which played off-Broadway, receiving rave reviews for his performance.



Shannon Kook


Shannon Kook or Shannon Kook-Chun (born February 9) is a South African and Chinese actor known for playing the character of Zane Park in the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation.



Shannon Kook was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa before moving to Canada to study at the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada. His father is Chinese and his mother is South African. Upon graduating, he appeared on stage at the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People and at the Citadel Theatre in their Dora-nominated production of The Forbidden Phoenix.



Shannon Kook was next seen at the Factory Theatre in the world-premiere production of The Madness of the Square. Entering the world of film and television proved a natural fit for Shannon. In less than a year, he shot guest star roles in CBC's The Border and Being Erica, as well as appearing in Crash $ Burn, Aaron Stone, and having a recurring role on HBO's Durham County.



Shannon Kook also joined the cast of Degrassi in 2009, playing the role of confident and intelligent Zane. In the teaser trailer for the feature Verona (was short movie), directed by Laurie Lynd, he is featured as the modern Romeo. Shannon also filmed a guest-starring role on ABC/Global's Rookie Blue as a new recruit. In 2013 he will appeared as Drew Thomas in The Conjuring (2013). In 2010, Shannon traveled to India to build a school with the organization "Free The Children". A documentary of the trip was made for MuchMusic in Canada. Off set, Shannon tries his hand at singing and dancing lessons, photography, motorbikes and martial arts; while also making time for family and not enough for his drum set and Ibanez guitar.

Jai Courtney


Jai Courtney (born March 1986) is an Australian actor, known for his role as Varro in Spartacus: Blood and Sand, and for his roles in the feature films Jack Reacher and A Good Day to Die Hard.



Jai Courtney was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. His father, Chris, worked for a state-owned electricity company, and his mother, Karen, was a teacher at the primary school, Galston Public School, that Courtney attended.



In 2008, Jai Courtney had a lead role in the hit Australian series Packed to the Rafters and a guest lead in the popular All Saints. He was in the comedy feature To Hell & Bourke and several short films. Courtney's big break came in 2010 when he played Varro in Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Courtney played Charlie in Jack Reacher (2012), which starred Tom Cruise, and John McClane's son, Jack, in A Good Day to Die Hard (2013). He also will play in Felony and  I, Frankenstein.