Aya Kokumai

Credits: Sonatine BIRTHDATE| 04/16/1971

Barry Nelson

Barry Nelson
This handsome, light-haired actor of Scandinavian heritage entered films in 1941 as a supporting player and second string lead. Nelson evolved into a dashing TV lead in the 50s and 60s and found his greatest success on the Broadway stage in a series of hit comedies and musicals. He proved adequate and good-humored in his often limited film roles, usually cast as the requisite male lead who...

Bobby Vinton

A pop crooner of lush, sentimental ballads in the 1960s and early 1970s, Bobby Vinton scored multiple hits, including several chart-topping tracks, with "Roses Are Red (My Love)," "Blue Velvet," "Mr. Lonely" and "My Melody of Love." Vinton's emotional delivery and preference for strings over rock instruments seemed to many like throwbacks to the postwar era, but while many traditional pop singers...

Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin
Recognized as one of the greatest entertainers in movie history, Charlie Chaplin drew from his impoverished childhood in South London to create the most iconic character in cinema history, The Tramp, a good-natured, undaunted and somewhat unscrupulous cavalier from the 19th century trying to survive the isolating, technologically-driven 20th century. Outfitted in tattered baggy pants, a cutaway...

Christine McIntyre

Credits: Brideless Groom BIRTHDATE| 04/16/1911

Clay Haskell

Credits: The Hollywood Complex, Nanking, Louie BIRTHDATE| 04/16/1972

Cockroach Bob

Credits: The Return of Swamp Thing BIRTHDATE| 04/16/1958