Adele

Adele
Adele's evocative vocals, confessional songwriting, and soul-infused sound could have easily landed her at the top of the charts in the 1960s, decades before her birth. At the age of 19, the British chanteuse entered the music scene with the critically lauded, neo-soul debut album, <i>19</i> (2008), that spawned the international hit "Chasing Pavements." The post-breakup ballad...

Alice Faye

Alice Faye
Many young girls dreamt of success on Broadway, but Alice Faye not only attained it, she eclipsed that triumph by also becoming a beloved star of the silver screen. Through a combination of talent, timing and good luck, Faye was able to launch her stage career while still a teenager, demonstrating considerable ability as both a dancer and a singer. She was soon signed to a long-term contract with...

Ann B. Davis

Ann B. Davis
Character actress Ann B. Davis secured her place in television history with her career-making portrayal of a loyal and loving housekeeper on one of the most iconic sitcoms of all time. She achieved early television success when she was cast as lovelorn secretary Charmaine "Schultzy" Schultz on the popular sitcom "The Bob Cummings Show" (NBC 1955, 1957-59/CBS, 1955-57). After winning a pair of...

Bert Schneider

Having emerged during Hollywood's new wave of the late 1960s and early 1970s, iconoclastic producer Bert Schneider was responsible for shepherding some of his time's most heralded classics. After partnering with director Bob Rafelson to create the pop culture phenomenon, "The Monkees" (NBC, 1966-68), Schneider entered the film business with The Monkees' disappointing feature debut, "Head" (1968)...

Brian Williams

Brian Williams
Once called "the most interesting man in television today," news journalist Brian Williams certainly seemed to have seen and done it all, covering almost every major breaking news event and traveling around the world. With the awards to prove it, Williams also had the distinction of being one of the most honored broadcast journalists, garnering a multitude of Edward R. Murrow awards, Emmys...

Charles H Schneer

Entered film in the mid-1950s, specializing in science-fiction and special-effects driven films incorporating the Superdynamation process; he is probabaly best known for "Jason and the Argonauts" (1963).