Adrianne Palicki

Adrianne Palicki
Actress Adrianne Palicki possessed a fierce determination and commitment to her craft that made her an easy choice to play one of the most beloved superheroes of all time. She first made her mark with guest roles on popular crime and drama shows before she became a series regular on the critically lauded series "Friday Night Lights" (NBC/DirecTV, 2006-2011), where she portrayed a town vixen trying...

Alan Dale

Alan Dale
One of New Zealand's most prolific acting exports, Alan Dale has had two distinct phases of his career, with his 20th-century roles largely based in Australia and his 21st-century work predominantly in American productions. Dale rose to fame on Aussie television in the hugely popular soap opera "Neighbours" (Network Ten, 1985- ). Appearing on the show from its first season until 1993, he wasn't...

Anne Parillaud

Anne Parillaud
Svelte French beauty Anne Parillaud made her film debut in "L'Hotel de la Plage" (1978) while still in her teens and appeared in several more European movies before aligning herself both on and off the screen with French auteur Alain Delon, acting in his crime dramas ("Pour la Peau d'un flic" 1981 and "Le Battant" 1983). She broke through to international stardom as the punk junkie transformed...

Anton Furst

Gained initial attention for his work on "The Company of Wolves" (1985), Neil Jordan's revisionist version of "Little Red Riding Hood", before designing Stanley Kubrick's Viet Nam opus "Full Metal Jacket" (1987). Furst won an Oscar for creating the baroque, comic-book Gotham City and stylish Batmobile of "Batman" (1989), and in 1991 designed New York's celebrity-owned, movie-themed restaurant...

Bob Seger

Bob Seger
Hailing from the rough-and-tumble Michigan rock scene, which spawned the likes of Mitch Ryder, Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper and the Stooges, Bob Seger was a gutsy, blue-collar singer-songwriter whose blend of classic rock and R&B, as heard in radio staples like "Rock and Roll Never Forgets," "Old Time Rock and Roll" and countless others, found exceptional favor with audiences from the late 1960s...