Adolphe Menjou

Adolphe Menjou
The best dressed man in America, the ever debonair Adolphe Menjou quickly made his mark during the waning days of silent cinema as a suave ladies' man, clad in the finest of formal wear and always sporting the most impeccable moustache in the room. After toiling in small roles for a few years, Menjou first gained notoriety in Charlie Chaplin's "A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate" (1923) and he...

Christopher Sieber

Christopher Sieber
A strapping blond actor-singer, Christopher Sieber may be best-known to TV viewers for his one-season stint playing single dad to the Olsen twins on the ABC sitcom "Two of a Kind" (1998-99). Discerning theatergoers, however, may know him better from his stage work in comedies and musicals.<p>The native Minnesotan landed in NYC after high school to attend the American Musical and Dramatic...

Cybill Shepherd

Cybill Shepherd
Cybill Shepherd was a former beauty queen-model whose sudden rise to stardom, high-profile romances, precipitous drop in popularity and spectacular television comeback and respect earned her a reputation as one of Hollywood's most mercurial yet determined actresses. The 21-year-old blonde beauty made an immediate splash in her feature debut "The Last Picture Show" (1971), directed by auteur...

Dane Clark

Bernard Zanville was a hard-working young man in New York City struggling to finance his law degree, when he turned to acting on the advice of friend John Garfield. After appearing on stage for several years, including a stint starring alongside Garfield in the original cast of Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty" (1935), Zanville gave up his dreams of law school and relocated to Hollywood to...