Ann-Margret

Ann-Margret
Dismissed in the 1960s as a mere "sex kitten," Ann-Margret's career outlived her hip-swiveling breakout and over the next four decades proved her tremendous talent and staying power as a singer, dancer and fine dramatic actress. She began her career on the cabaret stage, which she revisited throughout her life as a Las Vegas entertainer and TV variety show host. Her sizzling style was first...

Bridget Moynahan

Bridget Moynahan
A statuesque brunette of Irish descent, Bridget Moynahan first turned heads as Mr. Big's fresh-faced wife Natasha on "Sex and the City" (HBO, 1998-2004), before landing roles in some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. Unfortunately, when she was unexpectedly cast in the real-life role of jilted girlfriend of NFL heartthrob Tom Brady, Moynahan found her professional résumé...

Bruno Kirby

With his distinctively high-pitched, raspy voice and often agitated performances, Bruno Kirby was one of the most instantly recognizable character actors in film and on television. He broke into TV with a recurring role on the comedy drama "Room 222" (ABC, 1969-1974), and began working in film with small parts in efforts like "Cinderella Liberty" (1973), before gaining wide exposure in Francis...

Carl Laemmle Jr.

Hollywood history was divided on the legacy of producer Carl Laemmle, Jr. , son of Universal Studios founder, Carl Laemmle, Sr. Though he oversaw some of the most enduring titles in the history of the studio, including "All Quiet on the Western Front" (1930), "Dracula" (1931) and "Frankenstein" (1931), he also earned a reputation as a notorious spend thrift whose careless management of the...

Carolyn Jones

Carolyn Jones
Talented character player and occasional lead with a distinctive alto voice and enormous eyes. Most typically in offbeat roles, Jones received an Oscar nomination for her supporting turn as a quirky, artsy type encountered by a group of men out on the town in "The Bachelor Party" (1957). At one time the wife of producer Aaron Spelling, Jones is best remembered for her highly amusing...