South Africa-born American singer and actor, Dave John Matthews is a powerhouse of talent. He is the lead vocalist of his band, ‘the Dave Matthews Band.’ He started his band in 1991, and released hits, including ‘Gravedigger’ which won a ‘Grammy’ in 2004. His debut studio album, ‘Little Devil,’ went platinum. Between 2000 and 2010, his shows sold more tickets than of any other artist in whole of North America. He has a record of having seven consecutive albums debuting at number one on ‘Billboard.’
As an actor, he appeared in films such as ‘I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry’ (2007), ‘Lake City’ (2008) and ‘Just Go With It’ (2011). He has made appearances in shows such as ‘House’ (2007), ‘Saturday Night Live’ (2009) and ‘Pete the Cat’ (2018). Dave was also the part of music documentary ‘Before the Music Dies’ (2006).
After being cheated by his fiancée, plastic surgeon Danny Maccabee began posing as an unhappily married man to get into no-strings-attached relationships with beautiful women. He falls for a young woman named Palmer, and instead of telling her the truth, creates a web of lies by convincing his loyal assistant Katherine to pose as his cheating wife.
Close firefighter friends, womanizer Chuck Levine and widower Larry Valentine, get into a domestic partnership after Larry learns that he cannot name his children as beneficiaries for insurance policy. They are forced to move in together after the pension department begins investigation of possible fraud, and making things more complicated, Chuck falls for their beautiful lawyer Alex McDonough.
Zohan, an Israeli, wants to be a hairstylist; but works as a Special Agent. One day, after a fierce fight with his Palestinian enemy, Phantom, he fakes his own death and escapes to New York. He becomes a hair stylist at a salon owned by Dalia and later falls in love with her. But his past resurfaces and he now has to struggle to keep his new life.
Dave Matthews Awards
|Winner||Best Male Rock Vocal Performance||2004|
|Mr. Deeds||Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture||2003|