David Attenborough

<p>Celebrated documentarian Sir David Attenborough brought the wonders of Earth's geography and animals to viewers in homes around the globe for more than six decades, which made him one of the most respected and prolific producers of natural history programming in television history. His restless passion for nature's history and development, embodied memorably in his hushed and awestruck...

David Keith

David Keith
Tennessee-born and bred with a handsome broad face and solid build, David Keith has frequently excelled playing virile, Southern characters at home in his own native idiom. He began his career as a member of the Clarence Brown Theatre Company at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he earned his Equity card appearing in musicals like "Brigadoon" and "The Music Man". After graduation...

Don Rickles

Don Rickles
The Merchant of Venom. The Master of Insults. Mr. Warmth. These were just a few of the labels given to actor and comedian Don Rickles, who in the course of a decades-long career on stage, film and television came to define the tone and persona of the insult comic. But despite his withering barrage of put-downs, Rickles remained a favorite of celebrities and audiences alike, thanks to both an...

Dror Levendiger

Credits: La Cerca, Gay Days BIRTHDATE| 05/08/1970

Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias
The son of legendary balladeer Julio Iglesias, Enrique Iglesias eventually eclipsed his father's success thanks to a bilingual body of work which drew upon his Spanish roots while also keeping up with contemporary pop trends. A huge star on the Latin American scene from the moment he released his 1995 self-titled debut, Iglesias would eventually break the record for the most number ones on the...

Fernandel

Fernandel
Popular, prolific long-faced French comedian with an enormous, horsey grin who, through the expressive use of his hands, homely face and voice, became one of the most beloved film stars in France and appeared, often as innocent peasant characters, in almost 150 films. Although he first gained screen popularity with a serious role in Bernard Deschamps's "Le Rosier de Madame Husson" (1932)...

Janet McTeer

Janet McTeer
Equally at home on stage or on camera in both period pieces and modern dramas, actress Janet McTeer proved to be one of the more versatile actresses to cross over from the U. K. to Broadway and American film. Having made a name for herself on the stages of London and on British television, McTeer found her breakout role when she was cast as Nora in a West End revival of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll...