Mia Sara

Mia Sara
Possessing a dark Pre-Raphaelite beauty that is both sensual and sweet, Mia Sara landed a succession of leading roles early in her career--unfortunately, few of the films were very good. The Brooklynite began acting in commercials and on the ABC daytime soap "All My Children" at age 13. By 16, she had made her screen debut opposite Tom Cruise in Ridley Scott's fantasy "Legend" (1985) as Princess...

Milan Karadzic

Credits: Change Me BIRTHDATE| 06/19/1956

Moe Howard

With his iconic bowl haircut, quick temper and penchant for inflicting harm on his two hapless cohorts, Moe Howard was the de facto leader of The Three Stooges, one of the most beloved, albeit critically maligned, comedy teams of all time. Along with his brother, Shemp Howard, and Larry Fine, Moe first found fame as a member of vaudevillian comedian Ted Healy's "Stooges." But it was only after...

Mía Maestro

Mía Maestro
This sultry and sexy Argentine actress was most famously known for portraying Nadia Santos, the long lost sister to Jennifer Garner's Sydney Bristow on the hit spy serial "Alias" (ABC, 2001-05), however Mia Maestro accumulated a selection of impressive film credits since making her silver screen debut in Carlos Sauta's "Tango" (1998) - a film which would receive Golden Globe and Academy Award...
Credits: The Strain, The Box, 1st Night, Some Girl(s), Savages BIRTHDATE| 06/19/1978

Nancy Marchand

Nancy Marchand
With her patrician looks and wavering voice, Marchand has carved a niche for herself portraying upper class doyennes. While still in college, she made her acting debut in a summer stock production of "The Late George Apley". After earning a degree from Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University), she spent a season at the Falmouth Theater on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, before...

Pat Buttram

Pat Buttram
Lumpy, pear-shaped comedian with an inimitably whiny, rustic drawl, discovered in the audience of a Chicago World Fair and soon thereafter a popular radio personality on "The National Barn Dance" and other shows. Buttram met singing cowboy star Gene Autry while performing on the air and later became the star's comedy sidekick for the tail end of Autry's silver screen reign. Although Smiley...