Amy Sedaris

Amy Sedaris
Like many other great comic talents, writer/actress/author Amy Sedaris honed her skills at Chicago's famed Second City Theater before making her mark as a comedienne. Her bizarre role on Comedy Central's cult favorite, "Strangers with Candy" (1999-2000) became the defining role of her career. Although many of her other roles demonstrated her range and allowed her to "dial down the crazy" a bit...

Annabella Sciorra

Annabella Sciorra
Annabella Sciorra briefly achieved leading lady status in the early 1990s, undertaking a dangerous dalliance in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever" (1991) and suffering the torments of psycho-nanny Rebecca De Mornay in "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" (1992). Coming of age in Brooklyn, NY, Sciorra began earning screen parts in the late 1980s, turning in a comedic performance in the breezy comedy "True...

Billy Quirk

Credits: Matrimony's Speed Limit BIRTHDATE| 03/29/1873

Brendan Gleeson

Brendan Gleeson
A latecomer to films, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson spent much of his formative years training for and performing in theater before breaking into films and television at the relatively older age of 34. Supporting turns in homegrown productions like "The Field" (1990) and "Into the West" (1992) led to small parts in American features like "Far and Away" (1992) and his big break as right hand man to...

Bruce Weber

Bruce Weber
This photographer has become best-known for his classically spare homoerotic images, as well as for portraits and high-profile advertising campaigns. Since the late 1980s, he has also been delving into the world of documentary filmmaking. Bruce Weber moved to New York at age 20, attending NYU and The New School while polishing his photographic technique. His participated in his first group show in...

Bud Cort

Bud Cort
Branded as Hollywood's preeminent manchild after playing misunderstood youths in Robert Altman's "Brewster McCloud" (1971) and Hal Ashby's "Harold and Maude" (1971), Bud Cort found it difficult to find steady work as an actor when the film industry homogenized mid-decade. Sidelined by traumatic injuries suffered in a 1979 automobile accident that coarsened his youthful appearance, the former...

Cecil Lewis

Credits: Aces High, Pygmalion BIRTHDATE| 03/29/1898

Christopher Lambert

Christopher Lambert
A handsome, steely leading man in American films as well as those of his native France, Christopher Lambert gained worldwide fame with his first starring role in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes" (1984) before becoming something of a pop culture icon through the "Highlander" (1986) franchise. Though the "Highlander" films, which cast him as an immortal Scottish swordsman, became...