Arthur Schwartz

A former educator and attorney, composer Arthur Schwartz began his career in the 1920s and remained active for some six decades, crafting lilting, memorable melodies for such standards as "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan", "That's Entertainment" and "Dancing in the Dark". Ironically, Schwartz was not encouraged by his family in his musical interest. The second son of an attorney, he was not...

Ben Stein

Ben Stein
There were very few actors, if any, who made audiences laugh the way Ben Stein did. With his distinctive monotone voice and expressionless face, Stein turned his cameo as a high school teacher in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986) into one of the most memorable characters in movie history. While his role in the film was minor, Stein's bland yet resonating delivery of the line "Bueller? Bueller?...

Billy Burke

Billy Burke
A sturdy lead cut from the classic leading man mold of the 1950s, Billy Burke was an American actor who graduated from indie features and television to substantial roles in Hollywood features. A drama student in his native Seattle, he earned his big break in the slapstick comedy "Mafia!" (1998), but hewed to more dramatic fare in subsequent efforts. A steady stream of supporting roles and guest...

Bruno Tonioli

Bruno Tonioli
His passion, unbridled energy, and inimitable dancing skills made Bruno Tonioli one of the most sought-after dancers and choreographers in the United Kingdom, and propelled him to international stardom as one of the judges on the popular reality dancing competition, "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ), where he dished some of the most outrageous and memorable critiques to the show's celebrity...

Christina Applegate

Christina Applegate
A true child of Hollywood, Christina Applegate first rose to fame as a teenager by playing the angel-faced yet promiscuous half-wit Kelly Bundy on Fox's gleefully trashy sitcom "Married. .. With Children" (1987-1997). She had been a working actress since she was an infant, but Applegate managed to escape the fate of so many child actors by steering clear of the seductive Hollywood lifestyle;...

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Credits: Step Up BIRTHDATE| 11/25/1987

Dougray Scott

Dougray Scott
A talented actor who saw two separate star-making roles slip through his fingers, Dougray Scott instead settled for a comfortable career as working actor. Appearances in European projects paved the way for his international breakthrough as the enlightened Prince Henry to Drew Barrymore's empowered Cinderella in "EverAfter" (1998). Hollywood took note, and Tom Cruise personally picked him to play...
Credits: The Vatican Tapes, The Decoy, Wave, United, Hemlock Grove BIRTHDATE| 11/25/1965