Fernando Gagliuffi

Credits: 186 Dollars to Freedom BIRTHDATE| 06/10/1949

Frederick Loewe

Frederick Loewe
German-born composer of Viennese ancestry and musical sensibility, who, after a concert career as a European piano prodigy, arrived in New York in 1924 and supported himself in a variety of odd jobs before breaking into Broadway songwriting in 1935. A chance encounter with Alan Jay Lerner in 1942 marked the beginning of a long and fruitful collaboration that brought a romantic lyricism and...

Gina Gershon

Gina Gershon
A sexy, pouty-lipped brunette with a bad-ass attitude, Gina Gershon built a diverse resume on both stage and film over the last two decades. With a sex appeal that caught the eye of both men and women, it was Gershon's intense charisma and talent that propelled her career. A hard shell with a soft interior, her roles ranged from the touching portrayal of Nancy Sinatra in the 1992 biopic "Sinatra,"...

Gina Prince-Bythewood

Gina Prince-Bythewood
Before making a splash at 2000's Sundance Film Festival with her debut feature "Love & Basketball", writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood worked in television, helming and penning episodes of series including NBC's "A Different World" and The WB's "Felicity". This UCLA graduate began working on "A Different World" in 1992 and saw three of her scripts on the small screen that season. She served...

Hattie McDaniel

Hattie McDaniel
She was the first black actor to win an Academy Award, but Hattie McDaniel paid a price to cross Hollywood's color line. Schooled in minstrelsy in the years leading up to the Depression, during which time she developed the stock character of a sassy black housemaid who refused to kowtow to her white employers, McDaniel arrived in Hollywood after the 1929 stock market crash and was soon earning...

Jeanne Tripplehorn

Jeanne Tripplehorn
Despite landing significant roles in high-profile features early in her career, actress Jeanne Tripplehorn worked for years before becoming a household name on the hit cable series, "Big Love" (HBO, 2006- ). Prior to playing one of three wives married to a Mormon polygamist, the stage-trained Tripplehorn worked steadily in features, making her big screen debut with a prominent supporting turn in...

Judy Garland

Judy Garland
One of the most talented and iconic show business legends of all time, Judy Garland rose from vaudeville to film stardom on the strength of her gloriously expressive and powerful voice. Signed to MGM, she became a superstar thanks to nine films with Mickey Rooney as well as the iconic role of Dorothy Gale in "The Wizard of Oz" (1939), where she introduced her signature song, "Over the Rainbow."...

Julie Haydon

Credits: The Scoundrel, A Bill of Divorcement BIRTHDATE| 06/10/1910