Aaron Sorkin

Aaron Sorkin
An exhaustive playwright-turned-screenwriter who lived in both figurative and literal darkness, Aaron Sorkin created some of the most intelligent, optimistic and entertaining television in recent memory. Through verbal flourishes and idealistic characters who seemed to only fail from undying loyalty, Sorkin presented a fictional world that seemed at odds with his own harsh reality. But his...

Brian Patrick Wade

Brian Patrick Wade
Not many actors can say their first acting role was as a lap dancer, and few can boast of having a successful side career as a celebrity trainer. Brian Patrick Wade, however, can do both. Wade worked as a celebrity trainer in image-obsessed L.A. until a client encouraged him to give acting a shot. After his debut in 2002 as a hunky lap dancer on "CSI: Miami" (CBS, 2002-2012), Wade jumped to the...

Carl Hoffmann

A leading cinematographer of the silent era, Carl Hoffman worked on a number of important German expressionist films during the 1920s. He is perhaps best known for his collaborations with Fritz Lang. Between 1908 and 1912, Hoffmann worked on more than 200 productions. His son Kurt Hoffmann was a director.

Curzio Malaparte

Credits: La Pelle BIRTHDATE| 06/09/1898

David Koepp

David Koepp
With his skill for writing character-driven blockbusters, screenwriter David Koepp emerged from his native Wisconsin to become one of the most consistent and highly-sought writers in the business. Thanks to several mega-hits under his belt, including "Jurassic Park" (1993), "Mission: Impossible" (1996) and "Spider-Man" (2002), Koepp also developed into one of the highest paid scripts doctors in...