Amanda Overmyer

Born on Oct. 26, 1984 and raised in Mulberry, IN, Amanda Overmyer is a health-care specialist dealing predominantly in respiratory issues and is earning a bachelor's degree in business management. She was lead singer for the band Steeleto and the "American Idol" judges have often compared her sound to Janis Joplin. In her spare time, Overmyer loves riding her motorcycle.

Anthony Rapp

Anthony Rapp
Blond, wiry and intense, this likable twentysomething actor has proven his mettle on the New York stage in a variety of genres as a child performer, juvenile and young adult. Rapp has also established a steady career as a character player in films. His greatest notoriety to date has come on the Off-Broadway and Broadway stage, acting and singing the part of Mark Cohen, the uptight aspiring...

Baby Peggy

She was Hollywood's first female child star, trailing only "The Kid" (1921) juvenile Jackie Coogan and charming moviegoers 10 years before Shirley Temple. The cherub-cheeked, bob-haired Baby Peggy starred in a series of two-reel fairy tales for Century Pictures, among them "Little Red Riding Hood" (1922) and "Hansel and Gretel" (1923), and famously lampooned adult silent film stars Clara Bow, Pola...

Bernadette Lafont

Bernadette Lafont
A brunette bombshell who rose to fame in her homeland during the French New Wave, Bernadette Lafont is a French actress most closely associated with the films of renowned director Claude Chabrol. Her debut role came in an early short film by the legendary François Truffaut entitled "The Mischief Makers," and she firmly established her movie career with a leading turn in Chabrol's 1960 drama...

Bob Hoskins

Bob Hoskins
Private eyes, gangsters, working class toughs - English actor Bob Hoskins excelled at them all during an international stage and screen career that concurrently showcased the everyman's ability to pass as American, Italian or even Russian. His breakout leading role in the gritty British thriller "The Long Good Friday" (1980) established Hoskins' streetwise charm, and from there, the following he...

Cary Elwes

Cary Elwes
Revered for his charming lead performance in Rob Reiner's classic fairy tale, "The Princess Bride" (1987), British actor Cary Elwes went on to find success largely in supporting roles in a variety of genres. He showed a career-long interest in period films, donning medieval tights again in the satirical "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" (1993), which solidified his believability as a genuine...

CM Punk

CM Punk

A straight-edge kid from Chicago soared through the ranks of a popular TV show, becoming a beloved character and person. That doesn't immediately sound like it'd be the story of a man who is best known as CM Punk, but it is. CM Punk's career as a legendary WWE wrestler had its ups and downs, but throughout all of it, he kept to his convictions. He's always been straight edge, avoiding alcohol...

Don Siegel

The montage department at Warner Bros. gave producer-director Don Siegel the necessary tools to impart his signature economical, action-driven style that made films like "Riot on Cell Block 11" (1954), "Invasion of the Body Snatcher" (1955), "The Killers" (1964), "Dirty Harry" (1971) and "Charley Varrick" (1973) such high water marks in the crime and thriller genres. Though Siegel disavowed any...

Dylan McDermott

Dylan McDermott
As an actor, Dylan McDermott's innate inner fire set him apart from many of his less dangerous television contemporaries. McDermott showed the makings of a leading man early on, turning in solid supporting work in such diverse feature films as the grim Vietnam War story "Hamburger Hill" (1987) and the comedic drama "Steel Magnolias" (1989), amidst a cast of leading lady all-stars. He edged up...
Credits: Stalker, Freezer, Automata, Mercy, Behaving Badly BIRTHDATE| 10/26/1961