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Zachary David Alexander "Zac" Efron (born October 18, 1987) is an American actor and singer. He began acting professionally in the early 2000s, and became known to young audiences after his roles in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical, the WB series Summerland, and the 2007 film version of the Broadway musical Hairspray.[1][2] In 2007, right before the release of High School Musical 2, Rolling Stone declared him the "poster boy for tweenyboppers" and featured him in their late August 2007 issue.[3]Early life and backgroundEfron was born in San Luis Obispo, California and later moved to Arroyo Grande, California. His father, David Efron, is an engineer at a power plant, and his mother, Starla Baskett, is a former secretary who worked at the same power plant.[4][5] Efron had a self-described "normal childhood" in a middle class family. He has a younger brother, Dylan.[1] Efron is of Jewish ancestry and is an agnostic, having never been religious.[3][5][6][7] He has said that he would "flip out" if he got a B and not an A in school but endorsed being a class clown.[8] Although self-described as not academically gifted, he remained focused enough to achieve an overall GPA of 4.3.[9] Efron's father encouraged him to begin acting when Efron was eleven.[4] He subsequently appeared in theater productions at his high school,[10] worked in a theater called The Great American Melodrama and Vaudeville,[1] and began taking singing lessons.[4] Efron performed in plays such as Gypsy; Peter Pan, Or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up; Little Shop of Horrors; and The Music Man. Efron was recommended to an agent in Los Angeles by his drama teacher, Robyn Metchik (the mother of actors Aaron Michael Metchik and Asher Metchik).[11][12] He was later signed to the Creative Artists Agency.[13]EducationEfron graduated from Arroyo Grande High School in 2006,[14] and was then accepted into the University of Southern California, but he deferred his enrollment while he worked on film projects. He plans to return at some time.[15] Efron also attended Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, a community college located in Santa Maria, California, which provided him with the opportunity to perform as a "young player" during the years of 2000 and 2001.[16]CareerEarly workIn 2002, Efron began to appear in guest roles on several television series, including Firefly, ER, and The Guardian. He portrayed Cameron Bale on the now-cancelled WB series Summerland. Originally introduced as a recurring character, Efron became a regular cast member on the show in the second season in 2004, starring opposite the likes of Kay Panabaker, Lori Loughlin and Jesse McCartney. Since appearing in Summerland, he has also had guest roles on the shows CSI: Miami, NCIS (TV series), The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Replacements. In 2003, Efron starred in the Lifetime original television movie Miracle Run. He played Steven Morgan, one of two autistic twins. For his performance, he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini-series or Special — Supporting Young Actor.[17] In 2005, he played a main character in Hope Partlow's music video for her song "Sick Inside." Also in 2005, he played horse-loving Patrick McCardle in The Derby Stallion, where his character wants to beat the town bully at the steeple chase race.BreakthroughIn 2006, Efron starred in the Disney Channel original movie High School Musical as Troy Bolton, the popular student and captain of the basketball team. The film, which he initially made with "low expectations",[1] helped Efron gain recognition among teenage audiences as both an actor and a singer, even though his singing voice was overdubbed. As a result, he placed as high as #4 on the IMDBPro's STARMeter for the week of January 29, 2006.[18] In August 2006, Efron won a Teen Choice Award in the Breakout Star and the TV — Choice Chemistry categories, shared with Vanessa Hudgens. The film's cast, along with Efron, toured Sydney, Australia, London, England, and other locations to promote the film.Shortly after High School Musical aired, Efron debuted with two simultaneous charted songs on Billboard Hot 100 on February 4, 2006, with "Get'cha Head in the Game" and "Breaking Free", a duet with Vanessa Hudgens from the film. On the following week's chart, Efron had five simultaneous song credits from High School Musical: "Get'cha Head in the Game", "Start of Something New", "What I've Been Looking For: Reprise", "We're All in This Together" and "Breaking Free." "We're All in This Together" was credited to the whole High School Musical cast. "Breaking Free", at the time, made the fastest climb in the history of the Billboard charts, from #86 to #4 between the two weeks; the record was beaten by Beyoncé and Shakira's "Beautiful Liar".[19] Efron also appeared in the 2006 Disney Channel Games as captain of the Red Team.Efron's singing talents were disputed when it was revealed that Drew Seeley's voice was blended with his on the soundtrack of High School Musical.[20] An August 23, 2007 interview in Rolling Stone magazine revealed that he had been cast in High School Musical after the songs were written, and the songs (written for a tenor) were somewhat out of his baritone vocal range. However, Efron stated in interviews that he felt his future is that of a serious dramatic actor, not necessarily a singer.Career development Efron with Vanessa Hudgens at the 81st Academy Awards.On April 7, 2007, Efron appeared in an episode of Punk'd. Efron also starred in the music video for Vanessa Hudgens's single "Say OK", where he played her love interest. The video aired on March 16, 2007 on Disney Channel. That year, he was named one of People magazine's 100 Most Beautiful People in 2007. A picture and short profile of him was in the section "Coming of Age". In it, he related how he was always the shortest kid in school (he is now[when?] 5'8")[5] and was teased for the "huge gap" in his teeth.[21]In 2006, Efron was cast as Link Larkin in a film version of Hairspray released on July 20, 2007. Efron performed all of his own vocals in the role,[22] which was filmed in Toronto, Ontario, from September 5 to December 2, 2006. He cut and dyed his hair dark brown and gained about 15 pounds for the role.[23] Efron's performance and the film received positive reviews.[11] Efron was not able to perform with his fellow castmates in High School Musical: The Concert because of commitments on the film Hairspray. Drew Seeley took over for him.High School Musical 2 was released in August 2007, and Efron topped IMDBPro's Star Meter at #1, indicating that he was the most searched celebrity.[citation needed] Additionally, Lycos reported searches for Efron surged by 81%.[24] The film set a new record, becoming the most watched basic cable program in U.S. history, with 17.2 million viewers.[25] Efron also appeared on the cover of the August 2007 edition of Rolling Stone.[3] The article about him revealed that he hoped to someday play an action hero. Efron presented the 2007 Teen Choice Award for "Favorite Movie" along with Queen Latifah, and later that year, he co-hosted the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards with The Veronicas on October 10 in Sydney.[26][27]Efron reprised his role in High School Musical 3: Senior Year, which was theatrically released on October 24, 2008. His next role was in 17 Again, a high school-set comedy-drama produced by Adam Shankman and based on a pitch by Jason Filardi;[28] the plot involved an adult who is transformed into a 17-year old (played by Efron).[29] 17 Again was released in 2009.[18]In early 2008, Efron was cast as the lead role in the film Me and Orson Welles. Based on Robert Kaplow's novel of the same name, the story, set in 1937 New York, tells of a teenager hired to star in Orson Welles' production of Julius Caesar, where he becomes attracted to a career-driven production assistant. The film was shot in the Isle of Man, London and New York, during February — April 2008. It was introduced to North America via the Toronto Film Festival on September 5, 6, and 11, 2008[30] and scheduled for release in 2009. Efron was also scheduled to star in Paramount's musical remake of the film Footloose,[31] and has said that he would like to add his "own little bit of flair" to the role originated by Kevin Bacon.[5] In March 2009 he dropped out of the film.[32] Efron was quoted as saying that while it was a promising gig, he left the project because he "was looking for a new challenge, and this was another musical."[33]Efron signed on to play a role in the movie "The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud"[34] In 2009, Efron was revealed to be connected to the live action rendition of the Japanese anime Full Metal Panic, simply entitled "Panic".[35] He is also starring in the title role of the live-action adaptation of the Jonny Quest cartoons.[36]On April 8, 2009, Efron's participation in a comedic short video entitled "Zac Efron's Pool Party" for the website Funny Or Die was released for public viewing.[37] On April 11, 2009, Efron hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live.[38] In early June 2009 it was confirmed that Efron would be making a guest appearance during the sixth season of HBO's comedy series Entourage.[citation needed]Personal lifeEfron owns an apartment in Los Angeles, California and has two dogs, Australian shepherds named Dreamer and Puppy. He also has a Siamese cat named Simon.[6]On January 15, 2008, Efron was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for an emergency appendectomy.[39]Efron was also on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list in 2008, as number 92 with an estimated earning of $5.8 million from June 2007 to June 2008. As of April 5, 2009, his personal wealth equaled about $10 million.[40]Vanessa Hudgens confirmed in an October 2007 interview with Teen that she and Efron began dating in 2005 during the filming of High School Musical.[41][42][43][44]FilmographyYear Film Role Other notes 2002 Firefly Young Simon Tam Ep. "Safe" 2003 Melinda's World Stuart Wasser The Guardian Luke Tomello Ep. "Without Consent" ER Bobby Neville Ep. "Dear Abby" The Big Wide World of Carl Laemke Pete Laemke 2004 Miracle Run Steven Morgan Room Raiders Himself Guest star Triple Play Harry Fuller 2005 Sick Inside by Hope Partlow Love Interest Music video Summerland Cameron Bale 16 episodes (26 in series) CSI: Miami Seth Dawson Ep. "Sex & Taxes" The Replacements Davey Hunkerhoff Ep. "Davey Hunkerhoff / Ratted Out" The Derby Stallion Patrick McCardle 2006 If You Lived Here, You'd be Home Now Cody Heist Pizza Delivery Guy Ep. "Pilot" The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Trevor Ep. "Odd Couples" High School Musical Troy Bolton NCIS Danny Ep."Deception" 2007 Punk'd Himself Feat. Ashley Tisdale Hairspray Link Larkin High School Musical 2 Troy Bolton 2008 High School Musical 3: Senior Year Troy Bolton Robot Chicken Billy Joel Ep. "Tell My Mom" 2009 Saturday Night Live Himself/Host 17 Again Mike O'Donnell (teen) Me and Orson Welles Richard Samuels Saturday Night Live Himself Ep. "Chat with the Stars" Entourage[45] Himself Ep. "Security Briefs" 2010 The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud Charlie St. Cloud 2011 Jonny Quest Jonny Quest DiscographySoundtracks2007: Hairspray Soundtrack – July 10, 2007 2007: High School Musical 2 Soundtrack - August 14, 2007 2008: High School Musical 3: Senior Year Soundtrack - October 21, 2008 Charted songsYear Single Peak chart positions Album US US Pop UK AUS 2007 "Ladies Choice" — — 96[46] — Hairspray (soundtrack) "What Time Is It?" 6 6 20 20 High School Musical 2(soundtrack) "Bet on It" 46 35 65 — "You Are the Music In Me" (with Vanessa Hudgens and Olesya Rulin) 31 28 26 86 "You Are the Music In Me (Sharpay Version)" (with Ashley Tisdale) — 95 89 — "Gotta Go My Own Way" (with Vanessa Hudgens) 34 31 40 — "Everyday" (with Vanessa Hudgens) 65 46 55 — 2008 "Now or Never" (with High School Musical 3 cast) 68 41 41 92 High School Musical 3:Senior Year (soundtrack) "A Night to Remember" (with High School Musical 3 cast) 108 — — 96 "Right Here, Right Now" (with Vanessa Hudgens) 119 — — — "Can I Have This Dance" (with Vanessa Hudgens) 98 — — 84 "The Boys Are Back" (with Corbin Bleu) 101 — — 72 "—" denotes releases that did not chart Awards and nominationsAwards2006 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Breakout Star 2006 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Chemistry for High School Musical (with Vanessa Hudgens) 2007 - Kids' Choice Award: Best Male Actor 2007 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Male Hottie 2007 - Hollywood Film Award: Ensemble of the Year (shared with the rest of the Hairspray cast) 2007 - Young Hollywood Award: One to Watch in Hairspray 2008 - MTV Movie Award: Breakthrough Performance for Hairspray 2009 - MTV Movie Award: Best Male Performance for High School Musical 3: Senior Year 2009 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Movie Actor Comedy for 17 Again 2009 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Movie Actor Music/Dance for High School Musical 3: Senior Year 2009 - Teen Choice Award: Choice Rockstar Moment for 17 Again Nominations2005 - Young Artist Award: Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special by a Supporting Actor for Miracle Run 2007 - Young Artist Award: Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special by a Lead Actor for High School Musical 2008 - Critics Choice Award: Best Song for Hairspray (2007) Shared With: Queen Latifah, Nikki Blonsky, Elijah Kelley — "Come So Far". 2009 - MTV Movie Award: Best Kiss for High School Musical 3: Senior Year (shared with Vanessa Hudgens)


Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985 in Liverpool) is an English footballer. Full name Wayne Mark Rooney Date of birth October 24, 1985 Place of birth Liverpool, England Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) Nickname Wazza, Shrek, Roonaldo. Position Attacking Midfielder/Forward Club information Current club Manchester United Number 8 Youth clubs 2000–2002 Everton Professional clubs Years Club Apps (goals) 2002-2004 2004- Everton Manchester United Overall 67 (15) 73 (32) 140 (47) National team 2003- England 35 (11) He currently plays for the Premiership club Manchester United and the England national football team. He normally played as a second striker to Ruud van Nistelrooy for his club team before van Nistelrooy's move to Real Madrid C.F., although during 2005-06, he has shown his versatility as a player by shifting to the midfield and playing on both flanks. He wears number 8 for his club team and wears number 9 for his national team. Rooney was brought up in an urban area of eastern Liverpool called Croxteth, where he and his two brothers attended the local De La Salle Catholic School. His boyhood team was always Everton F.C.; his love for his home town club was famously bore out when he wore a T-shirt reading "Once a blue, Always a blue". T-shirts aside, however, he would end up playing just two seasons with Everton before demanding, and then executing, a transfer. This has left him on unfavourable terms with Everton fans, as they showed when he returned to Goodison Park and he was booed severely. Although he has been under an intense media spotlight since first arriving on the scene in 2002, it was not until his performances at the Euro 2004 that he gained a reputation on the world stage, as he spearheaded the English attack, scoring four goals. Rooney is also on the cover of FIFA 07 in the United Kingdom. Career Premiership breakthrough Rooney gained national prominence in October 2002 when he became the youngest goal scorer in the history of the Premiership at 16 years and 360 days while playing for Everton F.C. (though this record has since been surpassed twice). His goal against then-champions Arsenal was a last-minute winner and brought to an end the London side's 30-match unbeaten run. At the end of 2002 he won the BBC Sports Young Personality of the Year award. On the Boxing Day of 2002 he "achieved" the record of becoming the youngest player ever to be sent off in a Premiership game. This is also his only standing record in the Everton books.


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