Adam Ferrara

Adam Ferrara
Though he entered showbiz first as a comedian in the late 1980s, Andy Ferrara would demonstrate a mercurial set of dramatic chops throughout his career as well. The Long Island-born comic received his major television break by way of "Caroline in the City" (1996-98), and a few years later on the Denis Leary sitcom "The Job" (2001-02), with Ferrara co-starring as a young detective on the straight...

Adam Haynes

Credits: Pleasure Drivers BIRTHDATE| 02/02/1974

Ahn Sung-ghi

Credits: Er Woo Dong BIRTHDATE| 02/02/1973

Alain Chartrand

An accomplished writer, director, and documentarian, Canadian filmmaker Alain Chartrand wore many hats over the course of several decades. He started his career working as an assistant film director in his native Canada, having a rare opportunity to absorb the working methods of such acclaimed filmmakers as Jean-Pierre Lefebvre and Jean-Claude Lauzon, and before long was directing documentaries...

Amy Mapother

Credits: Swimfan BIRTHDATE| 02/02/1974

Anatoli Golovnya

Credits: Mother BIRTHDATE| 02/02/1900

Anna Marie Esparza

Credits: Walkout, Butter BIRTHDATE| 02/02/1974

Anne Bauchens

Entered film in 1919 and worked on over 25 Cecil B. DeMille films, from "The Ten Commandments" (1923) to "The Ten Commandments" (1956).

Barbara Sukowa

Barbara Sukowa
Striking, versatile stage actress whose relatively few screen appearances have yielded several memorable performances. Sukowa played the title character of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "Lola" (1982), for which she was named Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival, and had leading roles in Margarethe von Trotta's "Marianne and Julianne" (1982) and "Rosa Luxemburg" (1985). She subsequently appeared...

Barry Diller

Barry Diller
From the mid-1960s, Barry Diller's influence on both American entertainment and business was singular and substantial. The son of a California real estate developer, Diller grew up understanding business. He dropped out of UCLA after a single semester to work his way up from the mailroom of the William Morris agency. In 1964, Diller jumped to the ABC network, and quickly rose to vice president of...

Bo Hopkins

Bo Hopkins
Blond character player and occasional lead of films and TV who played impetuous, thrill-seeking and sometimes violent country boys early in his career and later specialized in sturdy, though occasionally still villainous, authority figures. Hopkins studied under Uta Hagen and at the Desilu Playhouse, where his work netted him an agent and an audition for director Sam Peckinpah. Soon thereafter he...