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...