George Stoll

After a career on radio, orchestrated numerous MGM musicals between the late 1930s and the 60s including the 1945 Academy Award-winning score "Anchors Aweigh".

Ivan Sergei

Ivan Sergei
Tall, dark-haired, handsome and well-built actor Ivan Sergei got his start in the mid-1990s, racking up numerous TV roles following his 1995 big-screen debut, but is best known for his pivotal supporting turn as easily-led eye candy in Don Roos' acclaimed independent "The Opposite of Sex" (1998) and his starring role on the romantic comedy series "Jack & Jill" (The WB, 1999-2001). The New...

Jane Barrett

Credits: Copycat BIRTHDATE| 05/06/1923

Jimmy Ruffin

Credits: Breakfast on Pluto BIRTHDATE| 05/07/1936

John Fleck

An openly gay performance artist, Fleck was noted for covering the stage and himself in refuse and clutter while making pointed political and social commentary on everything from racial intolerance to sexual discrimination. While he may have been a familiar face from his numerous guest appearances on TV series (from "Hooperman" to "Seinfeld" to "L.A. Law"), the tall, dark-haired Fleck gained...

John Irvin

John Irvin
A competent technician whose work has ranged from military action features ("The Dogs of War" 1980) to finely observed character studies ("Turtle Diary" 1985). Irvin began his career as an assistant director with British Transport Films. After shooting shorts and documentaries for a number of years and working extensively for English TV, Irvin broke through to American audience with the serialized...