Allen Garfield

Allen Garfield
Usually plump and always decidedly "ethnic", this dependable character player of stage, screen and TV was already nearly 30 years old when he made his film debut with a memorable bit as a "smut peddler" in Brian De Palma's "Greetings" (1968). This once daring comedy about draft dodging and other happenings in Greenwich Village was fairly typical of the kind youth-oriented films from the...

Arthur Hiller

Arthur Hiller
Canadian-born director Arthur Hiller began in radio and, after a brief stint helming TV on his home shores, moved to the USA where he quickly established himself directing both live and film series like "Playhouse 90", "Gunsmoke" and "Naked City", for which he received a 1962 Emmy nomination. He made an auspicious feature debut at the helm of the teen flick, "The Careless Years" (1957), starring...

Billie Jean King

Billie Jean King
A champion on the tennis court and for equal rights, Billie Jean King was a true pioneer in the world of sports. She fell in love with tennis as a young girl growing up in Southern California, and went on to dominate the sport in the 1960s and 1970s by winning several Grand Slam matches, including the prestigious Wimbledon tournament, as a singles and doubles player. King won a record 20 Wimbledon...

Brian Robbins

Brian Robbins
Brian Robbins began a successful television career as an actor on ABC's "Head of the Class" but really made his mark in the medium as a prolific producer and director.

Christopher Bernal

Credits: Unstoppable BIRTHDATE| 11/22/1966

Dick Stockton

Dick Stockton is an American sports broadcaster who has served as a play-by-play announcer, calling basketball, baseball and football for both Fox Sports and Turner Sports. With over 40 years of experience, Stockton has been a staple in American households covering all four of the major American sports at one time or another in addition to the Olympics and collegiate athletics.

Born on Nov...