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Prisoners Of The SunA multinational expedition discovers a lost city beneath a pyramid, where they must stop the reawakened gods of ancient Egypt from initiating the apocalypse, stop the countdown to the end of the world...
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John Rhys-DaviesBirth date: 5 May 1944, Ammanford, Wales, UKDescription: Acclaimed Welsh actor John Rhys-Davies was born in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, Wales, to Mary Margaretta Phyllis (Jones), a nurse, and Rhys Davies, a mechanical engineer and Colonial Officer. He graduated from the University of East Anglia and is probably best known to film audiences for his roles in the blockbuster hits Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Rhys-Davies was introduced to a new generation of fans in the blockbuster trilogy "The Lord of the Rings" (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), and (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)) in the role of Gimli the dwarf. He has also had leading roles in Victor Victoria (1982), The Living Daylights (1987) and King Solomon's Mines (1985).Rhys-Davies, who was raised in England, Africa and Wales, credits his early exposure to classic literature for his decision to pursue acting and writing. he later refined his craft at London's renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. His television credits include James Clavell's Shogun (1980) and Noble House (1988), Great Expectations (1989), War and Remembrance (1988) and Archaeology (1991).An avid collector of vintage automobiles, Rhys-Davies has a host of theater roles to his credit, including "The Misanthrope", "Hedda Gabler" and most of Shakespeare's works. He divides his time between Los Angeles and the Isle of Man.
David CharvetBirth date: 15 May 1972, Lyon, Rhône, FranceDescription: David Charvet, who rose to international fame on the hit shows Baywatch (1989) and Melrose Place (1992), is now moving into the feature front, having completed production on starring roles in two films this year.In the sports feature Green Flash (2008), Charvet plays "Cameron Day", a star basketball player with a future in the NBA until he chokes in a key game, with the after-effects causing him to settle into an aimless life. A chance encounter takes him into the professional beach volleyball scene in Southern California, but his old demons begin creeping in again, threatening his chances at success. The film marks the directorial debut of Paul Nihipali Jr. Jr., who was a member of the U.S. National Volleyball team from 1995-1997 as well as a three-time All-American and captain for the UCLA men's championship-winning volleyball team. The film, shot on location in Southern California, is produced by Cameron Dieterich and Joseph John Barmettler, with Bob Smiland executive producing. The theatrical release date is intended to coincide with the Summer 2008 Olympic Games.Earlier this year, Charvet starred in the action/adventure feature film Prisoners of the Sun (2013), directed by Academy Award-winner Roger Christian (Star Wars (1977), Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999), The Dollar Bottom (1981)). He plays "Doug Adler", an archaeologist hired by an eccentric professor to lead his team on a national expedition to excavate a long lost city beneath an Egyptian pyramid. The expedition takes a turn for the worse when the gods of ancient Egypt are awakened from their five thousand year slumber and seek vengeance against the team. John Rhys-Davies, Joss Ackland and Carmen Chaplin co-star in the film, which was budgeted at $10 million.Charvet launched his acting career on the world's most watched show of its time, Baywatch (1989), in which he developed a strong international following playing lifeguard "Matt Brody" for three seasons. He continued to expand his fan base with his role of "Craig Field" for two seasons on Melrose Place (1992). He also starred in NBC's highly-rated telefilm Seduced and Betrayed (1995) and the ABC movies-of-the week Derby (1995) and Angel Flight Down (1996). He also starred in the independent feature, Meet Prince Charming (2002), with Drea de Matteo.As a Universal Music recording artist, Charvet spent five years in Europe, where he released three successful pop rock albums, as part of his five album deal with Universal Music Group France. He has sold over 2.5 million albums to date, with three of his singles ("Leap of Faith", "Should I Leave" and "The Tears in My Eyes") charting in the Top 10.Charvet has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia, performing for packed arenas, writing music and experiencing new cultures. He has collaborated with top songwriters such as Ty Lacy (who wrote LeAnn Rimes' single "I Need You"), and he has also worked with Robbie Williams' producer Steve Power. Charvet has recorded a duet with Bryan Adams, and he also worked on a duet with Seal.Although his music career has taken center stage in recent years, Charvet has always sought new creative challenges. He has now returned to the United States where he is happy to be back to his first love of acting and bringing his new palette of colors to that domain. "Music has helped me to evolve tremendously as an artist and has enriched me personally in so many ways", he offers. "I left America a boy and have come back a man".Charvet has trained with such renowned acting teachers as Roy London and Larry Moss. He currently resides in Malibu, CA with his fiancée Brooke Burke-Charvet and their infant daughter, Heaven Rain.
Carmen ChaplinBirth date: 27 July 1977, London, England, UKDescription: Carmen Chaplin was born on July 27, 1977 in London, England. She is an actress and director, known for All About the Benjamins (2002), Ma saison préférée (1993) and Sabrina (1995).
Emily HolmesBirth date: 1 March 1977, Ottawa, Ontario, CanadaDescription: Emily Holmes was born on March 1, 1977 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She is an actress, known for Snakes on a Plane (2006), The Wicker Man (2006) and Nightwatching (2007). She has been married to Michael Ziff since November 12, 2004.
Nick MoranBirth date: 23 December 1969, East End, London, England, UKDescription: Nick Moran was born on December 23, 1969 in East End, London, England as Nick James Moran. He is an actor and producer, known for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010). He was previously married to Sienna Guillory.
Joss AcklandBirth date: 29 February 1928, North Kensington, London, England, UKDescription: Joss Ackland, the distinguished English actor who has appeared in over 100 movies, scores of plays and a plethora of television programs in his six-decade career, was born Sidney Edmond Jocelyn Ackland on February 29, 1928, in North Kensington, London. After attending London's Central School of Speech and Drama, the 17-year-old Ackland made his professional stage debut in "The Hasty Heart" in 1945.Although he first appeared on film in John Boulting's and Roy Boulting's Oscar-winning thriller Seven Days to Noon (1950) in an uncredited bit role, he made his credited debut in a supporting role in Vernon Sewell's Ghost Ship (1952). He would not again grace the big screen until the end of the decade. Instead, Ackland spent the latter half of the 1940s and the first half of the 1950s honing his craft in regional theatrical companies.In 1955 he left the English stage behind and moved to Africa to manage a tea plantation, an experience that likely informed his heralded performance 20 years later in White Mischief (1987). In his two years in Africa he wrote plays and did service as a radio disc jockey. Upon his return to England in 1957, he joined the Old Vic company.From 1962-64 he served as associate director of the Mermaid Theatre. Subsequently, his stage acting career primarily was in London's commercial West End theater, where he made a name for himself in musicals. He was distinguished as Captain Hook in the musical version of "Peter Pan" and as Juan Peron in "Evita". In the straight theater he was a memorable Falstaff in William Shakespeare's "Henry IV Parts 1 & 2" and as Captain Shotover in George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House". In the 1960s Ackland began appearing more regularly in films, and his career as a movie character actor picked up rapidly in the 1970s and began to flourish in the 1980s. It has shown little sign of abating in the 21st century, even though he's well into his 70s.In addition to his performance in "White Mischief", among his more notable turns as an actor before the camera came in the BBC-TV production of Shadowlands (1985), in which he played 'C.S. Lewis', and in Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) as the South African heavy.He is the father of seven children, whom he listed as his "hobby" in a 1981 interview. On December 31, 2000, Joss Ackland was named a Commander of the British Empire on the New Year's Honours List for his 50 years of service to the English stage, cinema and television.
Michael HiggsBirth date: 14 February 1962, Birmingham, England, UKDescription: Michael Higgs was born on February 14, 1962 in Birmingham, England. He is an actor, known for EastEnders (1985), Wizards vs. Aliens (2012) and The Bill (1984).
Gulshan GroverBirth date: 21 September 1955, New Delhi, IndiaDescription: Gulshan Grover was born, raised and educated in Delhi, India. After receiving his master's degree in Commerce from Shri Ram College of Commerce, he decided to pursue his passion and made a lifelong commitment to entertainment industry. He honed his acting skills in theatre, and after many stage productions with the well-known "Little Theatre Group" he moved to Bombay to pursue a career in movies. Once there, he began his formal acting training at prestigious Actor's Studio, with batch mates like actor Anil Kapoor. Gulshan Grover eventually became an acting teacher at the same acting school; in fact, some of today's leading Indian stars were once his students.Gulshan Grover is not only an actor, a producer and an entrepreneur. He is truly a link between Indian Entertainment Industry, Hollywood and International Entertainment Industry. He has successfully synergized various entertainment businesses between India and West.In over 400 films to date over a 25 year career, Gulshan has proven himself to be a versatile professional with a passion for his chosen craft. He has acted in many of India's most successful films, received numerous accolades and awards, and is a prominent figure in the Indian film community. His recent film 'I Am Kalam' earned him nomination for National Awards of India 'Best Supporting Actor'. Gulshan Grover also won the Best Actor International at New York City Film Festival & Houston Film Festival, for his performance as Indian Hollyman, Spiritualman, Dada Bhagwan for film 'Desperate Endeavours'.
Mohamed AkhzamBirth date: 21 September 1955, New Delhi, IndiaDescription: Mohamed Akhzam is an actor, known for Babel (2006) and Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Edy ArellanoBirth date: 21 September 1955, New Delhi, IndiaDescription: Edy Arellano is an actor and writer, known for Species: The Awakening (2007), El circulo negro (2006) and Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Ahmed BoulaneBirth date: 4 December 1956, Salé, MoroccoDescription: Ahmed Boulane was (and is proud to have been) born in the former pirates' republic of Sale, Morocco. He was expelled from school three times, and was only 15 when they threw him out for good. However, this didn't stop him from learning to speak four languages fluently.Boulane was an actor with the Moroccan National Theater Company and the national Moroccan radio theater troupe from 1974 to 1977. His first job in the cinema was with Nabyl Lahlou in a wacky Moroccan movie, Al-Kanfoudi. He was hired to play the part of a young, unemployed man who smokes a lot of dope, but Boulane found it impossible to leave the set once he had finished being an actor. He tried his hand as a boom operator and grip (both of these too physically strenuous for him), and eventually finished the film as a floor assistant.But Ahmed Boulane had been bitten by the bug, a passion that has been the motor for a rich and varied career in cinema and television as actor, location manager, assistant director, casting director, and awarded screenwriter/director/producer. During the past 35 years he has worked on more than 50 feature films and documentaries and more than a hundred commercials, both Moroccan and international. The names of Giuliano Montaldo, Alan Pakula, Carlo Di Palma, Phillipe de Broca, Jean Delannoy, Nicholas Roeg, and William Friedkin appear on his long C.V.During the mid-90s he began to feel restless. He decided to add a nationality; he became an Irish citizen in 1995. And he decided he needed to direct his own projects. The result...in 1996 he created his production company, Boulane-O'Bryne Production (B'OB Prod), to produce Voyage dans le Passé and Ali, Rabiaa et les autres, two films that earned him both critical acclaim and the respect of the public.His film "Les anges de Satan" ("The Satanic Angels") was released in March 2007. The film is based on a true story: the controversial arrest of fourteen young Moroccan hard rock musicians who were falsely accused of adhering to Satanism.His latest feature film" Le retour du Fils" (The return of the sun), was selected as "Coup de coeur" in Marrakech Film Festival.Actually he is preparing his next feature film " La Isla, a coproduction between Morocco and Spain.
Katherine HeathBirth date: 4 December 1956, Salé, MoroccoDescription: Katherine Heath is an actress, known for Three Minute Moments (2007), Prisoners of the Sun (2013) and Beech Is Back (2001).
Isabella OrlowskaBirth date: 4 December 1956, Salé, MoroccoDescription: Isabella Orlowska is an actress, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013), Szpilki na Giewoncie (2010) and Sierpniowe niebo. 63 dni chwaly (2013).
Shane RichieBirth date: 11 March 1964, Harlesden, London, England, UKDescription: Shane Richie was born on March 11, 1964 in Harlesden, London, England as Shaun Patrick Roche. He is an actor, known for EastEnders (1985), Flushed Away (2006) and Risen (2010). He has been married to Christie Goddard since July 21, 2007. They have three children. He was previously married to Coleen Nolan.
Nourrdine TouamiBirth date: 11 March 1964, Harlesden, London, England, UKDescription: Nourrdine Touami is an actor, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013), Aghrrabou (2013) and Histoires de l'âge d'or islamique (2013).
Habib HamdaneBirth date: 11 March 1964, Harlesden, London, England, UKDescription: Habib Hamdane is an actor, known for Traitor (2008), Prisoners of the Sun (2013) and Les anges de Satan (2007).
Joseph BeddelemBirth date: 11 March 1964, Harlesden, London, England, UKDescription: Joseph Beddelem is known for his work on Inception (2010), Zero Dark Thirty (2012) and The Transporter (2002).
Mohamed MajdBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Born in 1940, Mohamed Majd took his first steps on the stage in the late 1950s. After 10 years acting in theaters, he turned to the cinema and acted in the shorts of Abdelmajid R'chich then alongside Anthony Quinn in the historical epic : The Message (1975), Moustapha Akkad. Renowned Moroccan actor at the age of 47, he gained international fame, By Casting Director Ahmed Boulane to play along side with jhon Hurt in a Richard Stroud movie Deadline. and in Philippe de Broca The Thousand and One Nights (1989). Then Nabil Ayouch's Ali Zawa gives him his big come back to the Morrocan Cinema.He died due to respiratory difficulties, at the age of 73.
Saad TsouliBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Saad Tsouli is an actor, known for La source des femmes (2011) and Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Farid RegraguiBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Farid Regragui is an actor, known for Traitor (2008), 13 Hours (2016) and Spy Game (2001).
Abdelilah BoukhrouachBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Abdelilah Boukhrouach is an actor, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Karim DoukkaliBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Karim Doukkali is an actor and assistant director, known for The Four Feathers (2002), Jesus (1999) and Cleopatra (1999).
Mohammed DzzaalousBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Mohammed Dzzaalous is an actor, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Salah BensalahBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Salah Bensalah is an actor, known for 13 Hours (2016), C'est eux les chiens... (2013) and L'Ferdi - Le pistolet (2013).
Merouazi MohamedBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Merouazi Mohamed is an actor, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Said BeyBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Said Bey is an actor, known for The Man Who Sold the World (2009), H'rash (2009) and Son of God (2014).
N'Mila MohamedBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: N'Mila Mohamed is an actor, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
El Housseine DejjitiBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: El Housseine Dejjiti is an actor, known for Jesus (1999), The Gospel of John (2014) and Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Faical TamimBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Faical Tamim is known for his work on Traitor (2008) and Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Alia RakabBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Alia Rakab is an actress, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Saoussan RakabBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Saoussan Rakab is an actress, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Hanane BenchekrounBirth date: 1940, MoroccoDescription: Hanane Benchekroun is an actress, known for Prisoners of the Sun (2013).
Directors of "Prisoners Of The Sun"
Roger ChristianBirth date: 25 February 1944, London, England, UKDescription: Academy Award winner Roger Christian has had an extensive film career. He won an Academy Award for set decoration on director George Lucas's Star W...
Creators of "Prisoners Of The Sun"
Peter AtkinsBirth date: 2 November 1955, Liverpool, England, UKDescription: Peter Atkins was born in Liverpool, England on 2 November 1955. He was a founder member of The Dog Company, a 1970s avant-garde theatre group, alon...
Anthony HickoxBirth date: 1959, Hampstead, London, England, UKDescription: Anthony (Tony), started as a club promoter in London in the early eighties and financed his first short 'rock-a-bye baby' by holding an event at Le...
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