John Stamos Bio: John Stamos was mentioned in the film Step Brothers as the one guy the main characters would sleep with if they were a female. Stamos is an Emmy Award-nominated American television/theatre actor. He began his acting career with a role on the television show General Hospital as Blackie Parrish, for which he received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 1983. He next landed a starring role on the TV sitcom You Again? After this, he solidified his career when starring on the TV series Full House from 1987 until 1995. He had starring roles in the television series Thieves (2001), Jake in Progress (2005), and Wedding Wars (2006). In 2008, Stamos appeared in the television adaptation of A Raisin in the Sun.
Eric Dane Bio: Eric Dane made his television debut in 1993 on “The Wonder Years” (1988). Early in his career he also had bit parts on the TV series “Married with Children,” “Silk Stalkings” and “Roseanne.” Dane played Dr. Cooper in “Gideon’s Crossing.” He was a recurring guest star as Jason Dean in the hit show “Charmed”. In 2006, he appeared as handsome Dr. Mark Sloan, the plastic surgeon on the show “Grey’s Anatomy” (2005). Dane has appeared in the films: X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), Open Water 2: Adrift (2006) and Marley & Me (2008).
Owen Wilson Bio: Wilson remembers, “We spent so much time together that I can remember us being in our teens and our dad saying we should try to find some other friends because he thought we were our own lowest common denominator when we got together.” – on his brothers.
Wilson got his big break with the comedy action film Shanghai Noon (2000). In 2001, he continued his work with Zoolander, Behind Enemy Lines, and The Royal Tenenbaums. He continued with his comedic roles in I Spy (2002) and Shanghai Knights. In 2005 Wilson worked in the Wedding Crashers and The Wendell Baker Story. In 2006, Wilson starred in You, Me and Dupree and appeared with Ben Stiller in Night at the Museum. Wilson appeared in the film, The Darjeeling Limited, and next starred in the comedy, Drillbit Taylor, released in March 2008. He acted in Kyle Gulutzan and Sean George Casey’s production of Roundabout, released in 2008. He most recently released a film adaptation of John Grogan’s best-selling memoir, Marley & Me, co-starring Jennifer Aniston, currently showing in cinemas
Nicolas Cage Biography: Cage has been nominated for two Academy Awards, winning once for his portrayal of a sucidal alcoholic in Leaving Las Vegas (1995). In the same year he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture, and The SAG Award for Outstanding Actor – Motion Picture. He prides himself that he does all sorts of moves, claiming “I want to make all kinds of movies. I do want to make big movies that are a lot of fun to go to, but I also want to make movies that are going to stimulate some thought and maybe raise some awareness. And so please don’t think you’re gonna go on a roller-coaster ride with those movies.” Some of these movies include: Leaving Las Vegas, The Rock, 8mm, Adaptation, Lord of War, National Treasure and Bangkok Dangerous.
John Travolta Biography: John Travolta made $20,000,000 for his starring role in Ladder 49 (2004). He is also a very private, family man who tries to stay out of the public eye.
Travolta became a star with his roles as Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever (1977) and Danny Zuko in Grease (1978). He earned an Oscar nomination for Best Actor in his role in Saturday Night Fever. After his role in 1980’s Urban Cowboy, Travolta’s career took a downturn. He made a strong comeback in 1994 with his role in Pulp Ficion and he hasn’t stopped since. He has had successful starring roles in films such as Face/Off (1997), Primary Colors (1998), Ladder 49 (2004) and Hairspray (2007).
Balthazar Getty Biography: During the the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Balthazar Getty appeared in films such as Young Guns II, Natural Born Killers, Judge Dredd, Lost Highway, Big City Blues, The Center of the World, Deuces Wild, Ladder 49, and the television series Traffic. He guest-starred on the television series Charmed and appeared in the fifth season of the hit show Alias. He currently stars in the ABC series Brothers & Sisters, although in late 2008, it was reported that Getty’s contract as a full-time series regular will not be renewed due, in part, to budgetary and storyline considerations, though he may return in a reduced capacity.