Andrew Niccol

Andrew Niccol
New Zealand-born screenwriter-director Andrew Niccol began his career in London, successfully directing TV commercials before moving to Los Angeles in order to make films "longer than 60 seconds. " He interested high-powered producer Scott Rudin in his "The Truman Show" (1998) script, but Rudin was not willing to gamble on a rookie director, particularly when Jim Carrey came aboard, swelling the...
Credits: The Cross, The Cross, Good Kill, Good Kill, In Time BIRTHDATE| 01/01/1964

Dedee Pfeiffer

Dedee Pfeiffer
This pretty, perky actress' first break in films came on the set of "Into the Night" (1985) while visiting older sister and film's star Michelle Pfeiffer. Director John Landis noticed Pfeiffer and gave her the small role of a hooker. Bits and supporting roles followed in a number of films, mostly forgettable, until she got a small role in one of her sister's big hits, "Frankie & Johnny" (1991)...

Natalya Negoda

Natalya Negoda caused quite the sensation when she played the title teen in Vasily Pichul's controversial Soviet film Malenkaya Vera (1988) as she boldly played in a sex scene that was considered shockingly graphic by Soviet standards. However, Negoda's bright star quickly dimmed. Her subsequent film appearances have been sporadic and unremarkable. Before making her film debut in Zavtra byla Voyna...
Credits: The Comrades of Summer BIRTHDATE| 01/01/1964