Aaron Spelling

Aaron Spelling
A title holder in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most prolific producer in television history, Aaron Spelling quietly oversaw some five decades of popular programming that ranged from "The Mod Squad" (ABC, 1968-1973) and "Starsky and Hutch" (ABC, 1975-79) to "Charlie's Angels" (ABC, 1976-1981), "The Love Boat" (ABC, 1977-1986), "Dynasty" (ABC, 1981-89), "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Fox...

Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell
This tall, lanky blond actor-singer-dancer who has achieved success on television and the stage, co-starring in a long-running CBS crime series ("Jake and the Fatman") and earning a 1995 Tony nomination as the gigolo screenwriter Joe Gillis in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicalization of "Sunset Boulevard". <p>Native Floridian Alan Campbell actually began his career as a rock musician. While...

Amber Heard

Amber Heard
Like many up-and-coming actresses in Hollywood, Amber Heard made her mark playing overtly sexualized teens. But she steadily proved herself to be more than just a pretty face by tackling roles in a variety of genres, whether it was comedy, action or adventure. Heard launched her career with small parts on television shows like the hit teen drama "The O.C." (Fox, 2003-07), and had featured roles in...

Bettie Page

Bettie Page
An iconic figure in the early years of the sexual revolution; Bettie Page was a pin-up and fetish model whose pageboy bangs and sunny disposition won the hearts of countless men in the pages of Playboy and other adult magazines and films. What made Page so popular was the dichotomy between her wholesome, girl-next-door exterior and her willingness to pose not just nude - still a scandal in...

Byron Haskin

Hollywood veteran who began his career as a cameraman for International Newsreel and Pathe News. Haskin was head of the Warner Bros. special effects department from 1937 to 1945 and directed several popular science fiction features in the 1950s.

Catherine Mary Stewart

Catherine Mary Stewart
Tall, attractive actor with a long face and light, clear eyes, in mostly minor features of the 1980s and 90s. Stewart broke into films when she auditioned for, and won the lead role in, the futuristic musical, "The Apple" (1980). The film, unfortunately, turned out quite poorly, but an undaunted Stewart moved to Los Angeles and copped the role of Kayla Brady on the daytime soap, "Days of Our...

Charles LeMaire

Began his career designing costumes for major Broadway revues of the 1920s and 30s. LeMaire won three Oscars for his film work, mostly done at Fox from 1943-1960.

Charlotte Rae

Charlotte Rae
A veteran character actor with a telltale vocal warble, Charlotte Rae imprinted herself as America's most iconic cleaning lady and housemother on some of the most flamboyantly campy sitcoms in 1980s television. A well-traveled veteran of the stage, Rae played matronly characters even early in her career, most notably as Mammy Yokum in the long Broadway run of "Li'l Abner," starting in 1956 when...