Adrian Zaw

Credits: Retribution, American Dreamz BIRTHDATE| 05/07/1984

Albert Band

Began his career in the mid-1940s as an editor for Pathe studios in Paris and was enlisted by director John Huston to adapt the novel "The Red Badge of Courage", which Huston filmed in 1951. Band went on to establish himself as an independent producer-director, moving his operation to Rome in the early 1960s.

Alexander Ludwig

Alexander Ludwig
A young Canadian actor, Alexander Ludwig landed the starring role of Will Stanton, a 14-year-old who discovers he is the last hope to save the world in the fantasy adventure "The Seeker: The Dark is Rising" (2007). A moderate hit, the film positioned Ludwig as a rising star, although he maintained his dedication to finishing his college degree. Still, he managed to juggle his schoolwork with his...

Allan Wyatt

Veteran stuntman, stunt coordinator and second unit director whose Hollywood career spanned four decades. Wyatt started out as a stunt double for Jon Hall in "The Last of the Redmen" (a 1946 adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's "The Last of the Mohicans") and went on to stand in for such performers as Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea, Errol Flynn, Buddy Ebsen and George Montgomery.<p>As a stunt...

Amy Heckerling

Amy Heckerling
One of only a handful of women who not only worked as directors during the 1980s but also enjoyed great success doing so, Amy Heckerling proved to be one of the smartest and most observant chroniclers of teenage life with the acclaimed comedies "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (1982) and "Clueless" (1995). Keenly aware of the complex levels of social intercourse and class structure within the...

Anne Baxter

Anne Baxter
A luminous screen presence best known for a handful of roles, Anne Baxter acted in three Broadway productions while still in her teens and was soon invited to Hollywood. Her early films were not of consistent quality, but the lovely, husky-voiced actress usually managed to make a positive impression and showed genuine ability in pictures as varied as Orson Welles' "The Magnificent Ambersons"...

Anne Dudley

An eclectic and gifted composer, Anne Dudley began her career as a session musician and arranger. With Trevor Horn, she arranged such hits as "Two Tribes" (recorded by Frankie Goes to Hollywood) and co-wrote "Buffalo Girls" (recorded by Malcolm McClaren). Together, Dudley and Horn founded Art of Noise, a pioneer in the innovative technique of remixing and music sampling which influenced hip hop...

Breckin Meyer

Breckin Meyer
A ubiquitous "offbeat" supporting player in teen comedies like "Clueless" (1995) and "Roadtrip" (2000) and a frequent collaborator with best friend Seth Green, Breckin Meyer outgrew his "slacker sidekick" persona and eventually found lasting success on television. Meyer starred in several short-lived sitcoms but fared better with his recurring voice role on "King of the Hill" (Fox, 1997-2009) and...

Carrie Henn

Credits: Aliens BIRTHDATE| 05/07/1976