Danny Beauchamp, born in London, is a British model.
Beauchamp grew up in an Islington housing association flat in London with his mom. He was discovered back in early 2003. He was standing outside McDonald’s in Chapel Market when he was spotted by a scout from Select Model Management. Since then, this young British bomb managed to waltz down just about every Runways in the world, such as elite runways of Paris, London, Milan and New York.
Beauchamp has done print ads for Pringle, D-Squared2, Iceberg, Burberry and H&M; and walked the runways for designers Calvin Klein, Costume National, Dolce & Gabbana, Etro, Frankie Morello, and Gucci.
Boyd Holbrook (real name: Robert), born in 1982 in the US, is an American male model.
Boyd was discovered while working as a carpenter for a theater when a girl watching approached him to see if he wanted to move to NY to model.
Boyd has appeared in many campaigns including Gucci, Bill Blass, Calvin Klein and was chosen as one of Dior Homme’s most celebrated male models.
The blond, 6’1″ looker is quite famous in Europe as well as in Asia, particularly in Japan. He’s been represented by IMG, View Management, Models1, Bleu, Next, and Elite Models.
Boyd has also been known in fashion circles as ‘that model-poet’.
After a brief stint in Japan, Boyd is back in the Big Apple.
“The thing I enjoy most [about modeling] is taking on different characters that fulfill different art direction. I was a skydiver and a rock star for Hugo Boss, which came out really great in the final edition.
“Throughout the process of moving to NY and traveling around the world, I have learned that I am not just proving to myself that I can stand in front of a camera, but through life.
Jacob Benjamin Gyllenhaal(born December 19, 1980) is an Academy Award-nominated American actor. The son of director Stephen Gyllenhaal and screenwriter Naomi Foner, Gyllenhaal began acting at 11 years old. He has appeared in diverse roles since his first lead role in 1999′s October Sky, followed by the 2001 cult hit Donnie Darko, in which he played a psychologically troubled teen and onscreen brother to his real-life sister, actor Maggie Gyllenhaal. In the 2004 blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow he portrayed a student caught in a cataclysmic global cooling event, alongside Dennis Quaid as his father. He then played against type as a frustrated Marine in Jarhead (2005). The same year, he won critical acclaim, portraying a role that entered popular shorthand as a “gay cowboy”,in the controversial but highly lauded film Brokeback Mountain.
Gyllenhaal has taken an activist role in supporting various political and social causes. He appeared in Rock the Vote advertising, campaigned for the Democratic Party in the 2004 election, and promoted environmental causes and the American Civil Liberties Union.