I am kind of person who difficult to remember names. When I watch movies or tv series, I don’t do please-remember-all-names-of-character. This doesn’t mean I don’t focus on the stories, I just don’t get used to doing things to remember. Actually, I do not know many names of actors and actress ^ ^.
Therefore, I only have countable names of celebrities in my head. If I like them, I would ask for help from google to display multiple stories about them and sometimes I use their last name and add it to my name for makes some fun with my friends. For example when I fell in love with Lifehouse songs and know that Jason Wade (lead singer) is also a songwriter, I sent greeting to my friends like this:
Safitri Wade says good morning and have a nice working day ^^
Fun enough for me :p.
As far as I remember, I ever used 3 lovely last names. And proudly I presents:
1. Jason Wade
He’s the one behind religious and soothing lyrics of Lifehouse. When I read the lyrics sometimes I find out that it’s like song for God, to show his feeling how much he puts his trust in God.
I am hanging on every word you say
And even if you don’t want to speak tonight
That’s alright, alright with me
‘Cause I want nothing more than to sit
Outside Heaven’s door and listen to you breathing
Is where I want to be -Breathing-
Find Me Here
Speak To Me
I want to feel you
I need to hear you
You are the light
That’s leading me
To the place where I find peace again.
You are the strength, that keeps me walking.
You are the hope, that keeps me trusting.
You are the light to my soul.
You are my purpose…you’re everything. -Everything-
Yah, undoubted he’s adorable in his way.
2. Channing Tatum
I knew him first time from his role in Step Up 1. There, he didn’t talk much but his smiles melted heart away.
In 2006, Tatum met Jenna Dewan on the set of Step Up. They began dating shortly after filming had finished. The couple became engaged in early September 2008 in Maui, Hawaii. On Saturday, July 11, 2009, they were married on the grounds of Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu, California. -Wikipedia-
3. Wentworth Miller
Thanks to my boss for having put me on the BD team, because that place where I met Wentworth Miller several times a week from Prison Break Season 1 to Season 4 :grin:. I love him for his role as smart, brilliant, cute, kind and lovable Michael Scofield in Prison Break.
He’s 38 yo but still attractive (at least in my eyes). He graduated from Princeton with a degree in English. His father is African-American, Somalian, Jamaican, British, German and part Cherokee; his mother is Russian, French, Syrian, and Lebanese (this is the secret recipe handsomeness of his face, noted).
He is a 1990 graduate of Quaker Valley High, Miller moved to Sewickley Heights for his senior year of high school with his father, Wentworth Earl Miller II. His mother Joy Marie Palm, is a Special Education Teacher. His dad is a former Brooklyn assistant district attorney, a Lawyer and a graduate of Yale. He has two younger sisters, Gillian and Leigh. Gillian is studying to get her PHD in Massachusetts and Leigh is in Law School in Virginia.
Wentworth describes himself as a very private person who likes to spend time just relaxing at home when he’s not working. He enjoys swimming, reading, taking naps as well as going to different restaurants every week.
Here are his personal quotes:
You might look at my CV and see I’ve had 12 jobs, but I’ve been to over 450 auditions so I’ve heard ‘no’ a lot more than I’ve heard ‘yes’. So if I go in looking only to meet my own standards, then that will make taking that rejection a little bit easier. And when I do get that job it will seem like icing on the cake.
My experience is that I find myself having to constantly define myself to others, day-in, day-out. The quote that’s helped me the most through that is from Toni Morrison‘s “Beloved” where she says, “Definitions belong to the definers, not the defined” – so I find myself defining myself for other people lest I be defined by others and stuck into some box where I don’t particularly belong.
I’m kind of a dork. I don’t have much game. I’m not particularly comfortable in bars or clubs. I much prefer being home playing Scrabble, having dinner with a couple friends, going to see a movie, or losing a whole weekend to Season 14 of “Law & Order” (1990) or “The Simpsons” (1989).
Taken from imdb.com.
Yeah, how can I don’t love him? ^^. I think from them I got a lesson: I like or love guys who don’t talk much, don’t boast around, smart, and funny.