Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson
A favorite female lead in romantic comedies for her outgoing comedic personality and sunny charisma, Kate Hudson avoided the dual dangers of a Hollywood upbringing and famous parents; instead earning her own success on the big screen. At the beginning of the new century, Hudson was Tinseltown's reigning nouveau hippie chick, a sensibility likely passed down from flower power mom Goldie Hawn and...

Larry Peerce

Began his career as a TV director and earned critical acclaim for his feature debut, "One Potato, Two Potato" (1964), shot on a budget of only $230,000. A sensitive and compelling account of an interracial marriage, the film earned star Barbara Barrie a Best Actress award at Cannes. Peerce's subsequent film work has been erratic, though he scored another hit with "Goodbye, Columbus" (1969)...

Lina Basquette

A leading actress of silent days, mostly in lavish costume melodrama, Lina Basquette saw her popularity fade in the early sound period. She also enjoyed a successful career as a stage dancer and actress, appearing with the "Ziegfeld Follies" and co-starring with Al Jolson. Probably her most famous film was Cecil B. DeMille's typically lavish and lurid "The Godless Girl" (1929), a late silent with...
Credits: Paradise Park, The Midnight Lady, Goldie, The Noose BIRTHDATE| 04/19/1907

Ox Baker

Credits: Escape From New York BIRTHDATE| 04/19/1934

Suge Knight

Suge Knight
The rise and fall of Death Row Records founder Suge Knight seemed drawn from the annals of crime fiction, with its stories of murder, intimidation, rampant corruption and greed. The distinction would have most likely pleased Knight, who allegedly ruled his label, one of the most successful hip-hop labels in music history, like a Mob chieftain, using fear and physical violence to keep his artists...