A.C. Lyles

A legendary figure in the history of Hollywood moviemaking, if a largely unknown one to the general public, producer A. C. Lyles spent over eight decades as an employee at Paramount Studios, where he oversaw a string of extremely profitable low-budget Western features in the mid- to late-1960s. Lyles became entranced with motion pictures as a boy, and worked his way into a job at Paramount through...

Bill Paxton

Bill Paxton
After receiving his start playing larger than life goofs in the 1980s, actor Bill Paxton transformed himself from oddball character parts to a dramatic performer with considerable gravitas in acclaimed features and on television series. Paxton first gained significant notice as the bullying Chet in "Weird Science" (1985), before famously playing loud-mouthed Private Hudson for James Cameron in...

Bob Saget

Bob Saget
Despite being forever known as the buttoned-down, squeaky-clean patriarch of the Tanner clan on the hit family sitcom "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995), actor-comedian Bob Saget earned a reputation for being one of the filthiest, most foul-mouthed comics in the business. Even before his run on "Full House," Saget was infamous among friends for telling dirty jokes. Which was why it was no surprise to...

Cameron Bancroft

Cameron Bancroft
Classically handsome young leading man who was already a star in his native Canada when he began to make a mark in Hollywood. Cameron Bancroft was oft billed as "Cam" in his younger years, and starred in the Canadian Broadcasting Company's series "The Beachcombers" (1985-91). During the same period, he did some stage work and landed a small role in the 1986 film, "The Boy Who Could Fly". Bancroft...

Carole Markin

Credits: Kidd Video BIRTHDATE| 05/17/1957

Craig Ferguson

Craig Ferguson
A stand-up comedian, actor, writer and television host, Scottish native Craig Ferguson made a splash with American audiences as the gleefully maligned English boss Mr. Wick on the hit sitcom, "The Drew Carey Show" (ABC, 1995-2004). But Ferguson found his true voice in front of smaller late-night audiences after replacing Craig Kilborn on "The Late Late Show" (CBS, 2005- ), where his honest...