Sunday, December 20, 2009

The Brothers Hemsworth: Vanity Fair Spotlights Hollywood’s Latest Aussie Hunk Imports

"Hemsworth may not be a household surname in Hollywood, let alone elsewhere, but expect that to change, and soon," reports Vanity Fair. "Actor brothers Chris, 26, and Liam, 19, were raised in southern Australia, and grew up fighting like bear cubs. With age they’ve become best friends, though that hasn’t stopped them from maintaining a healthy competition across parallel trajectories as rising young stars. After toiling on the Aussie soap opera Home and Away (where Heath Ledger also earned his stripes), Chris got his first American break when he was cast as Captain Kirk’s doomed father in J. J. Abrams’s Star Trek reboot." Read more at Vanity Fair.

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