Why U ought to know him: The son of a New Zealand mother and Hungarian father, the darkly handsome Csokas (pronounced CHO-kas) is opening eyes these days for his steamy love scenes with Natasha Richardson in the psychological thriller “Asylum,” which came out Friday. In the film, Csokas plays Edgar, an inmate at a mental institute in 1950s England who’s been put away for killing and disfiguring his wife. But the onetime sculptor has made progress and is allowed to help out at the house of one of the resident psychiatrists (Hugh Bonneville) where he catches the eye of his lonely wife (Richardson). Then things get complicated. [More]