Darren McGavin

Darren McGavin
A popular character actor whose talent and charm frequently brought him leading man roles, Darren McGavin was one of the more beloved familiar faces on television. After a turbulent youth, McGavin inadvertently turned to acting and after notable work on stage and television, began making appearances alongside some of film's biggest names like Frank Sinatra "The Man with the Golden Arm" (1955) and...

Donal McCann

Widely regarded as the greatest Irish actor of the latter half of the 20th Century, Donal McCann was predominantly known for his stage career wherein he emerged as a major interpreter of the works of his countrymen including Samuel Beckett, Sean O'Casey, Sebastian Barry and, most importantly, Brian Friel. And as with other actors whose major focus was the theater, he amassed only a small, if...

Elisabeth Soderstrom

Credits: The Queen of Spades, Fidelio BIRTHDATE| 05/07/1927

Gary Cooper

Gary Cooper's rugged mug, soft-spoken demeanor and earnest, haunted eyes for decades made him the quintessential lonely American of motion pictures, a more stoic, human protagonist versus boisterous, bigger-than-life Hollywood supermen. Privately a debonair ladies' man with a taste for high society, he crafted an image as just the opposite, from his prototype cowboy talkie "The Virginian" (1929)...