Adam Batz

Credits: Downloading Nancy, Black Cloud BIRTHDATE| 05/02/1977

Anna Little

Credits: Black Filmmaker Showcase BIRTHDATE| 05/02/1954

Bernard Slade

Bernard Slade was a writer who proved you cannot typecast. He went from creating and writing some of the frothiest, silliest sitcoms in American TV history, (e.g., "The Flying Nun", "The Partridge Family") to writing insightful, thoughtful Broadway plays about relationships and love (e.g., "Same Time, Next Year", "Tribute").

Slade began his career as an actor in his native Canada, performing...

Brian Aherne

Brian Aherne
British born Brian Aherne possessed the attributes that all but guaranteed him a career in motion pictures, in that he was a polished stage performer, came across as a cultured gentleman and was also quite handsome. He first made his name in America as one of the stars of Broadway's "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" (1931) and was soon gracing such notable features as "Sylvia Scarlett" (1935)...

Bruce Robinson

Bruce Robinson
Robinson was chosen to appear as Benvolio in Franco Zeffirelli's "Romeo and Juliet" during his third year of drama school and acted in several films--notably "The Story of Adele H. " (1975), as Lieutenant Pinson--before giving up performing in 1975 to concentrate on writing.<p> It took ten years and 20 screenplays before Robinson's work reached the screen, in the shape of the Oscar-winning...

Christine Baranski

Christine Baranski
While comic actress Christine Baranski was the winner of multiple Tony Awards for her extensive work on Broadway, she was more widely known by television audiences for her scene-stealing performance as Cybill Shepherd's dagger-tongued, gin-swilling best friend Maryann Thorpe on the CBS sitcom, "Cybill" (1995-98). Her delicious turn earned numerous accolades, including a 1995 Emmy for Outstanding...

David Beckham

David Beckham
The U. K.'s square-jawed, chiseled-bodied archetype of both sporting achievement and rugged glamour, David Beckham became the most celebrated and desired British athlete of his generation. A prodigy at his sport from an early age, Beckham fulfilled a childhood dream by joining the youth squad of Manchester United as a teenager and becoming an ace midfielder before the age of 20. His fairy tale...

David Suchet

David Suchet
A British character player of international film and TV productions whose egg-shaped bald head and stocky frame have often lent themselves to villains, David Suchet has won the hearts of many Agatha Christie enthusiasts delivering what has come to the definitive screen portrayal of Christie's Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, a role he played from 1989-93 and again in 1995.

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson
Actor Dwayne Johnson started his showbiz career as "The Rock," one of the most decorated champions in the Worldwide Wrestling Federation and one of the its most popular characters, before applying his commanding presence and personal charisma into a successful film acting career. A bona fide pop culture figure, Johnson attracted impressive box office numbers to action and sports-oriented films...

Elizabeth Berridge

Elizabeth Berridge
A diminutive brunette with a wide range, but most often cast in somewhat sullen comic roles, Elizabeth Berridge began acting right out of high school in the feature film "Natural Enemies" (1979) and on the NBC daytime drama "Texas". She first received wide notice as the slightly flighty Costanze Mozart opposite Tom Hulce in Milos Forman's Oscar-winning "Amadeus" (1984). Berridge has since appeared...

Ellie Kemper

Ellie Kemper
Ellie Kemper began her entertainment career behind-the-scenes, writing comedy skits and editorial satires, but she soon caught Hollywood's attention by starring in a viral Web video that showcased her fearless talent. Her breakthrough performance as bubbly and naive receptionist Erin Hannon on "The Office" (NBC, 2005- ) further made the improv theater-trained actress into a household name...