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From time to time we get requests for information about other young celebrities, some of whom are listed here. Unfortunately, to date, we have not received any verified information as to their circumcision status. However, if you have any information, please contact us through the updates page.

Jason Momoa

Jason Joseph Namakaeha Momoa was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on 1 August 1979. He is an industry newcomer whose star is quickly rising. A model and actor he joined the Baywatch Hawaii cast in 2000 as the show's prodigy. Jason was born in Honolulu, but soon moved to Norwalk, Iowa, where he was raised by his mother. He returned to Hawaii to attend college in 1999 and to explore his Hawaiian roots. Once back, Jason was soon discovered by international designers who launched his modeling career. Since joining the Baywatch Hawaii cast his modeling career has continued to soar and he has walked the runways for Louis Vitton, and Japanese designer Takeo. A natural athlete, Jason enjoys rock and ice climbing, mountain biking, snowboarding, long board skateboarding and roller hockey. He also spends his free time on Buddhist studies.

Willy Monfret

Willy Monfret was born in France on 17 January 1983. Jérémie is an international athlete, although his home club is Île de France in Paris. Willy was the Champion of France Espoir 2003 in the 110m hurdles. Willy appears as a guest in the Stade Français team nude calendar for 2004 - Dieux du Stade - and in the "making of" DVD, although Willy was at pains to keep his shorts on.

Trevor Morgan

Trevor Borasso was born on 26 November 1986 in Chicago, Illinois. Trevor was discovered in a shopping mall at the age of six. He did commercials and even appeared on a LIFE Cereal box until his first movie, Family Plan (1998). Since then, Trevor has been making movies to the delight of the public: nearly two dozen of them! Trevor appeared alongside Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense (1999) and with Mel Gibson in The Patriot (2000). Trevor now lives in Orange County with his parents, three half sibilings - and a dog!

Chad Murray

Chad Michael Murray was born in Buffalo, New York, on 24 August 1981. In his mid-teens he began to follow a modelling career and in 1999 headed for Hollywood, modelling for many of the big names whilst seeking his break into acting. As an actor, he is best known for his roles as Tristan DuGrey in Gilmore Girls (2000) and Charlie Todd in Dawsons Creek (2001-02), but in addition has had guest roles in half-a-dozen TV shows, usually credited under his full name. Movie credits include David Alexander (aged 16) in Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001), Aftermath (2001), the title role in The Lone Ranger (2002) and Freaky Friday (2003). Chad's trademark necklace is his favourite gift from a girl. A few years ago he was attacked and had to have his nose reconstructed. He also had his small intestine removed as a result of a football injury, which apparently means he cannot gain weight, and presumably why he has been able to play below his age so successfully.

James Murray

James' first TV appearance was as long ago as 1979, when he played a boy called Charlie in an episode of the TV detective series Shoestring. However, his first adult role came in 1998 as Sandy Hunter in Britain's longest-running soap, Coronation Street, and other parts in drama series. Key roles have included student puppeteer in Being John Malkowich (1999), Private Will Needham in All the King's Men (1999), Candice's Adonis in Kevin and Perry Go Large (2000), Lucas in the TV series Other People's Children (2000), the highly-acclaimed Johnny Boy in the TV series North Square (2000) and Peter In Nailing Vienna (2002). Very little is known of James' background, although it is understood that for some time he and his North Square co-star, Helen McCrory, were a major item.

David Nalbandián

Professional tennis player David Nalbandián was born in Cordoba, Argentina, on Friday 1 January 1982: a good start to the year! David turned professional in 1995 and is in the top 35 of singles and doubles players on the circuit.

Jonathon Natynczyk

Romeo Keniro Natynczyk was born in New Zealand on 1 April 1980 and moved to the outskirts of Manchester with his English parents when he was nine. Romeo changed his name to Jonathon after moving from New Zealand to the UK whilst still at school, but has used his real name once in credits for the film Same Difference. Jonathon is one of those actors who shot to prominence as a result of playing a role (Dazz Collinson) in the original Channel 4 series Queer As Folk (1999/2000). This has led to Jonathon appearing in two other TV dramas, as Jonathan in the TV series Fat Friends (2000-2003) and a cameo role as Trannie 1 in Is Harry on the Boat? (2001). In addition, for some time Jonathon has been a regular presenter on the TV series That Gay Show.

Alexei Nemov

Alexei is a Russian gymnast, much feted in the West for his good looks and well-toned body. We've seen pictures of him without his shirt, but so far he's always kept his shorts on! Alexei is a family man, who juggles the competing demands of training and competing with the care of his recently-born baby. Presumably he only gets to sleep at night by staying in the Olympic Village!

Neil Newbon

Neil Newbon was born in 1978 in Birmingham, the son of Carlton TV sportscaster Gary Newbon, and at 6ft 1in tall with a honed body, classic blue eyes and fair hair, he is a wonder to behold. Because of his father, Neil grew up surrounded by famous sportsmen "I used to call Jimmy Greaves uncle," he says, "and when I was eight I challenged a black athlete to the 100 meters.  I later discovered it was Carl Lewis. Through Dad I also met boxers, including Frank Bruno, and I saw the first Chris Eubank and Nigel Benn fight." Despite his father's football connections, Neil grew up without playing the game or supporting a team. As a result, he has had to work hard on his footballing skills since joining Sky One's drama series Dream Team in 2003, playing the Beckhamesque Luke Davenport. Previously, Neil had starred in two movies, as Ernst Robinson in Stranded (2002), a version of the Swiss Family Robinson Story, filmed in Thailand alongside Australia's Jesse Spencer, and as Quinten Quist in The Discovery of Heaven (De Ontdekking van de hemel - 2001), the largest film production ever made in the Netherlands, directed by, and starring, Jeroen Krabbé. Neil had supporting roles in a number of TV productions, including Dalziel and Pascoe: Time to Go (1999), London Bridge (1995), The Afternoon Play (2003), Queen of Swords (2000), Rhona (2000), The Bill (2000), Wycliffe (1997), As If, Goodness Gracious Me, Criss Cross and Anchor Me. Neil is also a popular stage actor.

Ash Newman

Asier Cebeira was born on 28 July 1980: although his first name comes from the Basque country, where his ancestors lived, he has grown up in England. At school he passed 11 GCSEs and, as an athlete he swam at national level and only just missed out on swimming for Britain. At 15 he was scouted by a London-based modeling agency and appeared in adverts for people like Cadbury's and Heinz. Ash then auditioned, and was short-listed, for the parts of Jamie Mitchell in the BBC soap EastEnders (just pipped by Jack Ryder) and boy band member Nicky Vickery in the TV series Boyz Unlimited. However, at 18, Ash landed the part of Arlo Dean in the Channel 5 soap Family Affairs (1999-2000). He has also appeared as Manni in the educational video Goal and has had guest roles in episodes of Casualty, The Bill and Footballers' Wives. Now using the stage name Ash Newman, in 2003 he has joined the second series of CITV's Sir Gadabout as the Spanish squire, Juan. Ash has also had a bash at a musical career as a solo singer, but so far success has eluded him.

Ritchie Neville

Richard Neville Dobson was born in Birmingham on 23 August 1979. He is currently pursuing a solo career, but was formerly in the now-defunct chart-topping British boyband 5ive, although he may not like us to recall that he was once in a local band called Anal Beard!. Ritchie is renowned for his big smile and electric blue eyes and he's a sensitive, caring guy. But, he adds, "I may be sensitive, but I am still one of the lads".

Andrew Newton-Lee

Andrew Newton was born in Hull, England, and has enjoyed a wide and varied career. Andy had been studying Law at Hull University for two years before getting his first break in TV, appearing in Where The Heart Is. From there on in, Andy has not looked back and has appeared in numerous TV shows such as Heartbeat and Doctors and in Coronation Street as pizza boy Liam Strong. Apparently, Andy was offered a part in Footballers' Wives, but turned it down for the chance to appear in teen soap Hollyoaks as aspiring Casanova, Robbie Flynn – the good time party boy with an eye for the ladies. Sources indicate that Andy is going to appear in the new King Kong movie and of him auditioning again for Footballers Wives. Andy has also appeared on stage, singing with the Translyvanian twins, the Cheeky Girls. Away from work, Andy likes following rugby league and is into cars and motoring.

Thomas Ian Nicholas

Thomas Ian Nicholas was born on 10 July 1980 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thoms he wanted to be an actor when he began his career at the age of seven portraying a young Tony Danza on Who's the Boss? (1984). Since his debut, he has landed many guest and lead roles on television including a guest-starring story arc on the last season of Party of Five (1994). He has also gone on to star in family feature films including Rookie of the Year (1993), A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995) and its sequel, A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997). Now his most memorable role is portraying Kevin Myers in the smash hit comedies American Pie (1999) and its blockbuster sequel American Pie 2 (2001). Thom also has a love of music equal to his love of acting. He writes, sings and plays guitar and is currently working on solo projects. Thom never stops exploring the music world. He learned the violin for his character Todd on Party of Five and in 1998, his then band, The T.I.N. men, released their debut album "Something More". Thom is also co-writing a feature film with his brother Tim.

Jesse Nilsson

Actor Jesse Nilsson hailed from North York, Ontario, Canada, where he was born in 1980, and received his drama education at Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto. Jesse's roles have been many and varied, including: Justin in the TV series Ready or Not (1993), Jesse in Teenage Space Vampires (1998), Billy in the TV series In A Heartbeat (2000), the TV series Twice in a Lifetime (in which he has appeared twice in his lifetime, playing TJ in 1999 and Young Eric Lee in 2000), Eric in Model Behaviour with Justin Timberlake (2000), Kent Hodgins in The Skulls (2000), Rollins in the Canadian TV series Our Hero (2000), AJ Stock in the Canadian TV series University (2001) and most recently Gabriel Patterson in the TV series Adventure Inc (2002). Tragically, Jesse died on 25 April 2003 at just 23 years of age. Jesse was a life-long asthmatic who had had pneumonia for about two weeks, but was thought to be recovering; then succumbed to heart failure. So young. So talented. So sad.

Andre Noble

Andre Clarence Noble was born on 21 February 1979 in Gander, Newfoundland, Canada. Andre was raised in the fishing village of Centreville, Newfoundland (east of Gander) until he moved to Toronto in 2001 to pursue his acting career. Andre acted in several Shakespearean plays including Hamlet, As You Like It and Twelfth Night. His television credits included the popular CBC mini-series Random Passage and TVO/TFO’s Tele-Litte Ta Voix Dans La Nuit. Andre also appeared in the updated Oliver Twist remake Twist. His breakthrough role came playing Cliff in the movie Sugar (2004). Andre showed great promise.

However, sadly, that promise was not to be fulfilled. At the age of just 25, Andre died on 30 July 2004 while on a camping trip at Fair Island in Newfoundland from aconitine poisoning, presumably from eating the sap of a monkshood, a highly poisonous wild flower.

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Jerry O'Connell

Sliders star Jerry O'Connell was born Jeremiah O'Connell on 17 February 1974 in New York, NY. Jerry starred in his first film, the hugely successful Stand By Me at age 11 (with River Phoenix and Wil Wheaton). He graduated from NYU in 1995 with a Degree in Film and Television. While at film school he auditioned for both Party of Five and Sliders.  Although he originally accepted the Party of Five rôle, the actor who was the first choice for Sliders pulled out and the Network convinced him to take the role of Quinn Mallory instead. Sliders ran for four seasons and established Jerry as a huge star, both on TV and in feature films.

Dermot O'Leary

Despite his Irish-sounding name, British TV presenter Dermot Finton O'Leary was actually born on 24 May 1973 in Colchester, England. For some years he presented Channel 4's Sunday morning teen and twenty show, T4, and for the last two years has presented Big Brother's Little Brother, a behind the scenes show for Big Brother fans. Graduating with a BA in Media and Television with a minor in Politics at Middlesex University, Dermot started out as a DJ on BBC Radio Essex. He then worked as a TV runner before going on to do the warm-up for Channel 4's Light Lunch. He then moved into presenting. To date Dermot has presented Fully Booked (BBC2), Buzz (Channel 4), No Balls Allowed (Channel 4), Inside Rugby (Channel 4), The Bigger Breakfast (Channel 4), T4 (Channel 4), The Barfly Sessions (Channel 4), The Dogs Balearics (Channel 4), Big Brother's Little Brother (Channel 4 and E4), SAS: Are you tough enough? (BBC1) , RE:COVERED (BBC Choice) and now Dermot O'Leary's Sporting Buddies (BBC Choice). He also has his own radio show on XFM

Christian Oliver

Christian Oliver was born in Celle, Germany, on 3 March 1972. As a result of his European upbringing, Christian speaks German, French and English. Christian's acting accomplishments include is role as Brian ("the Swiss kid") Keller in Saved By The Bell - The New Class (1994-195) and well as leading roles in a number of movies, including The Babysitter's Club (1995), Eat Your Heart Out (1997), Kept (2001) and A Light in the Forest (2002). More recently, Christian has appeared in the German TV series Autobahnpolizei (2002-2003) as Jan Richter. Away from the biz, Christian is co-owner of a clothing company, Enhale, and he and his friend Louis design trendy clothes perfect for clubbing or just hanging out. Christian's hobbies include anything adventurous - sky diving, snowboarding, scuba diving, etc.

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Trevor Oliver MBE appeared on television first in The River Cafe, but burst onto our screens in a big way as The Naked Chef - his several series and books made him a milionnaire. However, in 2003, Jamie staked his entire fortune on a project to take 15 young people off the streets, train them to cook and set them up in their own restaurant (called Fifteen) and all under the glare of Channel 4's cameras. The project nearly destroyed Jamie and £1.8m of his fortune, but he won through in the end and the award of an MBE in June 2003 reflected his generosity and courage. He is now recruiting the next 15.

Michael Owen

Born in Chester on 14 December 1979, Michael James Owen burst onto the scene as a teenage soccer sensation playing for Liverpool and England. He is noted for his work to encourage young players, including a coaching series on TV. He has also appeared as himself in Hero to Zero, a BBC children's TV drama serial about a soccer-mad kid and his relationship with his father. Michael, a multi-millionaire at just 20, lives with his long-time girlfriend Louise Bonsall (they met in primary school in north Wales) and in November 2002 announced that their first baby was on the way. Analysis of recently-obtained photographs of Michael in shorts and underwear has led to intense speculation that Michael is circumcised.

Jared Padalecki

Jared Tristan Padalecki is one of the latest discoveries amongst American actors, famously appearing in the TV series Gilmore Girls. Jared was born in San Antonio, Texas, on 19 July 1982 and grew up there (literally - he is 6ft 2ins tall!) attending the James Madison High School. Jared started to take acting lessons from age 12 and in 1999 won the Claim to Fame contest, also appearing on the Teen Choice awards. After graduating High School in 2000, Jared moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, appearing as Dean Forester in the TV series Gilmore Girls (2000) and in the TV movies Silent Witness (2000), A Little Inside (2001), Close To Home (2001) and A Ring of Endless Night (2002). In 2003 he played Clay MacGyver in the TV series Young MacGuyver, and is currently working on the movie New York Minute (due out 2004).

Peter Paige

Peter Paige was born in West Hartford, Connecticut. Peter discovered his passion for acting at the tender age of six when he played the scarecrow in his school's production of The Wizard Of Oz (surely nothing to do with Dorothy, but Peter came out as gay at age 15). In addition to acting, the young Peter was also ardent about writing and directing. At 9 he wrote directed and starred in his very first original play: Grease: The College Years, a clever spin-off of the popular film, Grease. Peter continued to pursue acting, writing and directing throughout his middle and high-school career, performing in school and community plays. Peter received a full scholarship to Boston University's prestigious School of Theatre Arts, where he developed his natural acting talents. Upon graduation, Peter moved to New York and worked with a group of young playwrights, directors and actors at Playwrights Horizons, a theatre where he workshopped dozens of new plays. Peter toured the country performing Moliere's Tartuffe (in English and in French) and began to perform at major regional theaters. Peter eventually relocated to Portland, Oregon, where he worked for two years on the city's equity stages performing everything from the classics such as A Midsummer Night's Dream to novel works by promising young playwrights. Among Peter's television credits are roles in Suddenly Susan, Caroline in the City MTV's Undressed, Time of Your Life, Movie Stars, and Will & Grace. Peter also continued to write his own work, collaborating on several original projects such as Twisted and Pantophobia, performed at theatres around Los Angeles. Peter recently completed the Showtime movie Our America opposite Josh Charles. However, Peter will be best known to worldwide audiences for his portrayal of Emmett Honeycutt in Showtime's North American version of Queer As Folk, appearing in all three series so far (1999-2002).


David Paisley

David Paisley was born in Falkirk, Scotland, on 2 February 1979. As a student at Glasgow University David had jobs in a bar and a shoe shop, yet still managed to make time for some amateur stage performances, although he did manage a very small part in the BBC's Monarch of the Glen. So really David shot from nowhere by means of an 'open' audition to play the part of Ryan Taylor in two series of BBC Scotland's Tinsel Town (2000-2001). This series was not uncontroversial as it was set in a drug-fuelled Glasgow night club had some quite explicit gay sex scenes, and under-age David's character ended up shacked-up with a police officer twice his age. From there in 2001 David moved on to play midwife Ben Saunders in BBC's long-running drama Holby City. Again he has a gay-themed storyline, having an affair with Tony Vincent (played by Lee Warburton), who works in the same hospital and appears in the BBC's twin drama Casualty. David himself has been openly gay since the age of 15 and is happily settled in a permanent relationship.


Paris Campbell-Edwards was born in Greenwich in 1980, but has lived all over the UK and in Norway, although he currently lives in Charlton in south London. Paris' family is very musical and both his parents had success in the music business. In his spare time, Paris likes going to clubs with his mates, but he also likes to spend time with his family. He started really concentrating on his singing and music at the age of 15 and has fronted a band as well as performing in bars and clubs. Paris plays the guitar and the piano and is a huge fan of Prince, Stevie Wonder and Terence Trent D'Arby. He says his ambition is to be successful, and his biggest fear is that he won't be. In 2003, Paris become one of the contestants in the BBC's Fame Academy 2 (2003).

Christopher Parker

Before joining the cast of the BBC's flagship soap, EastEnders, as Spencer Moon in November 2002, Christopher Parker was best known for playing the lad in the Aerial detergent adverts whose mum uncovers all the sordid little details of his night out from the stains on his shirt! Chris was born on 24 August 1983 and works out regularly - he used to be a lifeguard. Chris used to be a stunt double and worked on the Harry Potter movies. In addition to stage work, Chris has also appeared on ITV1's The Bill and the BBC's drama series Judge John Deed.

Marcus Patric

Born Patrick Henry Gosling on 17 August 1979, Marcus hails from Portsmouth. Since 2000 Marcus has played Firefighter Ben Daniels in Channel 4's teen soap Hollyoaks. This is Marcus' first TV acting part, which he won after a nationwide search for four new stars for the programme. Indeed, he was so new to acting that, even though he'd been in the show for more than a year, he still wasn't included in the cast list at IMDb!

For a long time Marcus appeared on the show un-shaven, presumably attempting an 'designer stubble' look, but in fact looking more like Chewbacca! Unfortunately, Hollyoaks has probably the most difficult website to navigate of any soap ever, so we have very little information about Marcus.

Austin Peck

Jeffrey Austin Peck was born on 9 April 1971 in Hawaii. Before taking up acting, Austin was a model. He became well-known Austin Reed (not the English clothes chain!) in the US soap Days of Our Lives since 1995. In his 'off duty' hours, Austin is apparently much involved with youth ministry.

Ben Peyton

Another actor fairly new to our screens is Ben Peyton, who played Constable Ben Hayward in ITV's long-running series The Bill (2000-2002) and was written out in the fire at the Nick, so will not be returning. In fact this was not Ben's first TV role, as he has played Sebastian Street in the children's drama Welcome to Orty-Fou (Ben was inundated with fan e-mails on the CITV website) and the bride groom in the movie Bridget Jones' Diary. Ben was born in Bath, Somerset, in 1978, but brought up in Cornwall. He did his A Levels at Millfield - a school for sporting excellence - where he was coached by Jonah Barrington in Squash and consequently was the English National Schools Champion between 1994-1995. He went to the Guildford School of Acting where Gabby Roslin/Michael Greco and The Bill's Samantha Robson also attended. When Ben was just 19 he was struck down with bacterial Meningitis. He was given 15 minutes to live but was saved by his girlfriend who took him to the doctors recognising he was ill. He is now rightly apprehensive every time he gets a headache and is aiming to raise money for the Meningitis Trust to help research and raise general awareness. Ben took time out from The Bill the play Warrant Officer Andrew Hill in the BBC/HBO mini-series Band of Brothers (2001). What's next for him?

Gary Phelan

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Gary Phelan was born in Cramlington, Northumberland, in 1982. In 2003, Gary became a contestant in the BBC's Fame Academy 2, being voted out about half-way through. Gary says he has always adored music and performing and started playing the piano at the age of nine. As a little boy Gary produced mini fashion shows for his parents, where he'd dress up in super hero costumes and choreograph routines! Gary says he loves singing in front of an audience - just give him a mike and watch the magic happen! Music isn't his only love, though. Gary's hobbies include kickboxing and basketball and going to see lots of indie gigs, but he hates giant spiders. Gary's musical inspirations are Robbie Williams and Lenny Kravitz, but he's also a fan of Oasis, Stereophonics and U2.

Mark Phillippoussis

Australian tennis professional Mark Phillipoussis is, as his name suggests, of Greek descent, although he himself was born on 11 July 1976 in Melbourne, Victoria, although this 6' 4" giant now lives in Florida. Although the greatest prizes have eluded him, total prize money since he turned professional in 1994 is US$ 5,110,410.

Ryan Phillippe

Matthew Ryan Philippe was born 10 September 1974 in New Castle, Delaware. Ryan started his career in the soap opera One Life to Live as a gay youth struggling to come out to his family. What a great way to begin! More television roles followed, then his movie debut in Crimson Tide, and his incredible performance as Gil Martin in White Squall. You can catch him also now on video in I Know What You Did Last Summer . It's Lois Duncan's thriller about four teens trying to cover up a hit-and-run. Also: appearances in Little Boy Blue and Homegrown; as well as a role in 54 and he was in the recent Cruel Intentions with Sarah Michelle Gellar and wife Reese. Rumour has it that Ryan remains intact, but this has not yet been verified.

Andrew Lee Potts

English actor Andrew Lee Potts ("Pottsy") and his twin sister, Sarah-Jane Potts, were born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, on 30 August 1979. Andrew attended Intake High School Arts College in Calverley Lane, Bramley, leaving in 1994. Andrew's great strength is in musical theatre and he has had leading roles in many productions, including Alice - The Musical, Bugsy Malone, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Annie Get Your Gun, The Desert Song and Oliver. However, Andrew is better known for his television work: in little more than a dozen years the list of productions he has appeared in is like a catalogue of all that is best in British television, including: Children's Ward, WYSIWYG, Earthfasts, Heartbeat, Emmerdale, The Biz, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates, Sunburn, Dalziel and Pascoe, Always and Everyone, Band of Brothers, Night Flight, American Embassy, Buried and Strange (2003). Lookout for forth coming production Boudica. Film productions have included Rage, New Year's Day, Ho Ho Ho, The Bunker, Joy-Riders (or High Speed), Earthquake, Avalanche and The Poet. Pottsy also put in a trememdous performance as the deranged Nero in Boudica (2003). In 2004 Andrew took over the part of Jonathan in the TV series Fat Friends from Jonathon Natynczyk.

Mark Powell

Up and coming English cricket sensation Mark John Powell was born in Northampton on 4 November 1980 and studied at Loughborough University, where he was awarded a BSc (Hons) in Information Management and Business Studies, and was a member of the University's Centre for Excellence in Cricket. He is a right-hand bat and right-arm medium/off-spin bowler. Mark joined the Northamptonshire staff in 1999 and topped the County's Second XI batting averages in 2000 and was named the competition's national cricketer of the month for August and September 2000. He also made his first-class debut in September 2000 against Worcestershire and in 2002 captained Loughborough University to two national titles after leading Northamptonshire's Young Cricketers on their tour to South Africa.

Kimi Räikkönen

Formula 1 driver Kimi Räikkönen comes from Lappeenranta in Finland, where he was born on 17 October 1979. Kimi began karting in 1991, progressing through the classes and moving up to the Formula A series in 1995. Kimi moved up to Formula 1 in 2001, joining McLaren as a replacement for his fellow compatriot, Mika Häkkinen, in 2002.

Jamie Redknapp

Jamie Frank Redknapp was born on 25 June 1973 in Barton On Sea, Hampshire, England. Jamie plays mid-field for Liverpool Football Club.  Son of the well known manager, Harry Redknapp, Jamie made his first team debut for Bournemouth aged just 16 after his father allowed him to miss school to put in extra training. Jamie is married to ex-Eternal singer, Louise Nurding, who together seem to keep a much lower profile than their contemporaries, the Beckhams! Jamie was a schoolboy apprentice at Tottenham Hotspurs, then signed to Liverpool. He became the youngest Liverpool player to play for the club in Europe, when he was selected, aged 18 years and four months. Unfortunately, a series of injuries have kept him off the pitch for the last couple of seasons, but Jamie is still modelling - thank goodness! - and he has now moved to London.

Jaime Robbie Reyne

Jaime Robbie Reyne was born in Melbourne on 11 May 1985. For the last year (since 2002) he has been playing teen heart-throb Taj Coppin in the long-running Australia soap, Neighbours, although he has now left to take up a singing career. Jaime's father, James, is a well-known Australian singer (ex-Australian Crawl) and acted in the movie Return to Eden (1987) and his uncle, David, is ther actor who played heart-throb Dr Guy Reid in the popular TV series The Flying Doctors. James and David (both of whom are circumcised) were both born in Lagos, Nigeria, to an English father and Australian mother and the family emigrated to Melbourne in the 1960s.

Apart from that, we know nothing about Jamie and would welcome some biographical information.

Tom Reynolds

Northern Ireland decathlete Tom Reynolds was born in County Down on 20 December 1984. Tom was selected to compete in the BBC series Born to Win (2003) and the prizes we training opportunities. Tom comes from a sporting family: his father was an international hurdler and also played rugby and his grandfather in an Olympic boxing coach for England. Watch out for Tom: we think he has agreat future ahead.

Huntley Ritter

Huntley Ritter was born on 20 January 1977, in Atlanta, Georgia. Huntley has not yet hit the big time, but he has turned in some very workman-like performaces in five movies: Redemption High (1999), Bring It On and Voodoo Academy (both 2000), The Wedding Planner and Wishcraft (both 2001).

Brandon Routh

Brandon James Routh was born on 9 October 1979 in Des Moines, Iowa, and grew up in nearby Norwalk. He attended the University of Iowa and starred in many productions at the Norwalk Theater of Performing Arts. His first professional acting role was in the ABC television series Odd Man Out (1999) and he went on to star in the series MTV Undressed (1999) and the American soap One Life to Live (2000-2001) and he has had guest roles in programmes such as The Gilmour Girls, Will and Grace, Cold Case and Oliver Beene. His movie roles include the soon to be realeased Deadly (2004) and, in 2004, it was announced that BJ is to star in the forthcoming production, Superman Returns (due 2006). In his spare time, BJ enjoys playing soccer and basketball, swimming, biking and reading.

Dan Rymer

Daniel Rymer was born at Shorham on the south coast on England on 16 September 1975. He trained as an actor at the London Studio Centre, graduating in 1996. His theatre credits include Grease, Chicago, Hey Mr Producer and Band, but since 2001 he has played Staff Nurse Dillon Cahill in the BBC's long-running drama series Casualty.

Steve Sandvoss

Steve Sandvoss grew up in the suburbs of New York City, where he was born on 23 June 1980, and attended school there and in Connecticut before enrolling at Harvard University. Whilst at Harvard he commuted back and forth to New York to pursue a professional acting and modelling career . Graduating from Harvard with honours Cum Laude, Steve now lives in Los Angeles. Steve's first starring role was in the film Latter Days (2004). Steve is certainly a rising young star.

Al Santos

Alfredo Santos is of Portuguese heritage and was born on 13 July 1976 in New YorkCity. Al attended CUNY Hunter College in Manhattan, originally to study medicine. As a model, Al has worked for the Ford modelling agency and has modelled clothing for top fashion houses, including Versace, Armani, Valentino and Abercrombie and Fitch. As an actor, Al has appeared in the TV series Grosse Point (2000) and The Help (2004) and in the movies Santa Monica Boulevard (2001) and Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003).

Javier Saviola

Barcelona soccer star Javier Pedro Saviola was born in Argentina on 11 December 1981. In his first season at Barcelon,a and after having been the most exciting signing of season 2001-02, Javier is showing why there were so many people waiting on him at Barcelona airport when he arrived in the city. Javier is considered as one of the stars of football and has all the qualities to really stand out at Barcelona. Known in his home country as el conejo, the rabbit, the Argentinean played all his football there with River Plate and lived out the experience of making a first team debut at the age of sixteen. With a scoring average of 0.48 goals per game, he made history in the Buenos Aires club and managed to win two titles, the Apertura Trophy of 1999 and the Clausara Trophy of 2000. This forward lead the Argentinian Under-20 team to victory in the Under-20 World Cup and was also top goal scorer and player of the tournament.

Devon Sawa

Devon Edward Sawa was born on 7 September 1978 in Vancouver, British Columbia. His love of acting began when he starred in a school play in kindergarten and, since then, he has had many roles on TV and in films. Starting with kids TV in Canada, he appeared in Kid Zone and The Odyssey. Playing Casper as real boy in Casper was Devon's big break. Although he only had about five minutes of screen time, it was his biggest role yet. Casper took so long to release (due to the special effects that were needed) that Devon had time to complete another movie, Little Giants, before it came into cinemas. We think that his next batch of movies didn't really do him justice: Little Giants, Now and Then and The Boys Club. However, he made up for it - and looked much more spunky, in the highly entertaining Slackers (picture right) and the action drama Extreme Ops. Devon Sawa's acting carrer is just begining, and you can expect to see him in many more movies in the years to come.

Freddie Sayers

Freddie Sayers is something of an enigma: we have pieced together this information from internet sources, which we believe to be correct. Freddie is a student at Oxford University, where he has participated in a number of memorable stage productions, including the MC in Cabaret. He is also something of a journalist, his work being published in The Daily Telegraph and the Spectator. On television, he has appeared in two mini-series, first as Prince William in Diana: A Tribute to the People's Princess (1998) and an absolutely wonderful cameo role as King Louis in La Femme Musketeer" (2004).

We regret that we have been unable to find a picture of Freddie - Ed.


Jonathan Scarfe

Jonathan Scarfe was born in Toronto, Ontario, in 1975 the son of two actors, Alan Scarfe and Sara Botsford. In 1998 he married actress Suki Kaiser. He is a graduate of the Stratford Festival apprentice programme, and so has a grounding in classical stage acting. However, he has also made a name for himself as a TV and movie actor, with many productions to his credit. Perhaps the parts which really brought him to public attention were RJ in the TV series Madison (1994-1997), Chase Carter in the TV series ER (1997-1998) and Luke Morrison in the TV movie The Morrison MurdersI (1998). Since then, Jonathan has appeared in a couple of dozen movies, including Speak (2001), which he wrote and co-produced and co-directed with his wife.

Kristian Schmid

Kristian Schmid was born on 28 November 1974 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, where his parents met, although his father is German and his mother is Hungarian. Kristian has two brothers, Karl and Adam. Kristian's acting career began on the Australian soap, Neighbours (1987-1992), playing Jim Robinson's nephew, Todd Landers. When he grew out of that he moved to England, where is starred as Adam Newman in the remake of the TV series The Tomorrow People (1992). At that point, Kristian chose to chop off his trademark pony tail and, with it, seemed to go his success. Since then he has been reduced to guest parts on TV series such as Flipper (1995), Blue Heelers, Good Guys Bad Guys (1997), All Saints (1998), The Lost World (1999) and Beastmaster (1999) and parts in movies which have been little more than extras, such as Brad in Scooby-Doo and Danny the Bus Nerd in Blurred (both 2002). Last we heard of Kristian, he was working as a tour guide on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Adam Scott

Australia golfer Adam Scott was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on 16 July 1980. After an outstaning amateur career, he turned professional in 2000. Since then he has concentrated on the European Tour, winning the Tour's Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa in 2001.

Adam is a lover of music and plays both clarinet and guitar. He now lives in Surrey, but his home is in Australia's Hope Islands, where he escapes for rest and recreation, including swimming on the reef or wave jumping on one of his Yamaha 1200GPR jet skis. Like many Australians, in his youth he spent many hours surfing on a longboard, although after meeting Kelly Slater he was inspired to try the shortboard, too.

However, as a youngster Adam played cricket, tennis and Australian Rules Football. Indeed, Adam played tennis at State level for Queensland when he was just 12 and at one stage wanted to be a professional tennis player. What tipped the scales in favour of golf was when his father became General Manager at Twin Waters Golf Club: it is a good course and had all the practice range facilities he needed to improve his game.


Coltin Scott

Stephan Coltin Scott Martines was born in St Louis, Missouri, on 23 July 1975. His first appearance was a bit part in Pacific Blue (1998). This led to parts in several movies the following year: Kraa! The Sea Monster, Justice, Planet Patrol and This is the Disk-O-Boyz. This led to the part of Nikolas Cassadine in the American daytime soap General Hospital, which part he has played since 1999.

Seann William Scott

Seann William Scott, a native of Cottage Grove, Minnesota, was born on 3 October 1976. He was discovered at a talent competition in Los Angeles, and almost immediately was flown to New York by ABC to test for All My Children. Seann is one of the hot young stars in the feature films American Pie and American Pie 2, as well as Final Destination, Road Trip and Dude, Where's My Car? He is also a star of Chad’s World, a pioneering episodic television project produced for Internet usage in real time video. Scott's face has also been seen from his basketball playing appearance on a national Sunny Delight commercial and the current American Express campaign with Magic Johnson. Seann was also seen on Something So Right for ABC. Seann shot a lead role in Aerosmith’s recent music video, Hole in My Soul from the Nine Lives cd, which is playing on MTV. Previously Seann has worked with Mark-Paul Gosselaar (of Saved by the Bell) and Talia Shire (Rocky) on the NBC movie of the week, Born into Exile, and has had a recurring role in the Warner Brothers TV series Unhappily Ever After, as well as appearing on Sweet Valley High.

Ivan Sergei

Ivan Sergei was born on 7 May 1972 in Hawthorne, New Jersey. This 6'4" actor has appeared in many TV series and movies since 1994 but made his big splash in The Opposite of Sex, with Christina Ricci. Movies include Bionic Ever After?, Kindred: The Embraced (both 1994), Dangerous Minds, If Someone Had Known and Gunfighter's Moon (all 1995), Star Command, The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play, Once a Thief, Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? (all 1996), The Opposite of Sex and Airtime (both 1998), We Met On the Vineyard (1999), Scorched and Playing Mona Lisa (both 2000). TV roles have included Mac Ramsey in Once a Thief (1997) and staring as David "Jill" Jillefsky in Jack and Jill (1999).

Jason Sharman

Jason Kristopher Rael Bonakoski was born in Toronto on 11 February 1981and grewn up in and around the city. He has always been intrigued by the arts and whether it be painting, photography, music, or acting, Jason has always enjoyed expressing himself through artistic means. Jason acted in several school and community plays, worked on some independent films, and has stage managed several plays in the community, so decided that he wanted to study film and theatre - Jason is currently studying Theatre at York University. He continues to enjoy making independent films and is very excited about his future projects. With his blue eyes and dirty blonde hair, we tip him as a big star for the future.

Lee Sharpe

Lee Sharpe was born on 27 May 1971 at Halesowen, Greater Manchester. One of the biggest names in English football during the nineties, Lee is still recognised by many as one of the finest players of his generation and his popularity with legions of fans was unparalleled. During his Manchester United career Lee won eight England caps, three league titles, two FA Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup. Lee has also played for Leeds United, Bradford City and Torquay United. Lee is now owns and runs the Half Moon pub near Wetherby and turning out for non-League Garforth Town. Lee's boundless charm and keen sense of humour, coupled with his natural ability in front of the camera, never fail to capture attention and have ensured that he is in demand as a presenter, interviewee and celebrity contributor. Lee has also found the time to launch his own fashion collection.


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