Aclan Bates

Credits: Taken 2, Lincoln Heights, Broken Angel BIRTHDATE| 06/25/1966

Angela Kinsey

Angela Kinsey
Angela Kinsey first became known to millions when she was cast as uptight accountant Angela Martin on the hit NBC sitcom, "The Office. " (2005- ). Armed with formidable acting chops as well as writing talents, the petite comedienne spent nearly a decade on comedy stages prior to her big break, performing with some of Hollywood's most renowned improv and sketch comedy troupes.

Anne Revere

Character actress from the stage who specialized in portraying morally upright mothers. Plain, if slightly severe-looking, Revere hit her stride during the 1940s when she won an Oscar as Elizabeth Taylor's wise mother in "National Velvet" (1944), she was also nominated for Academy Awards as the mother of Jennifer Jones in "The Song of Bernadette" (1943), and Gregory Peck in "Gentleman's Agreement"...

Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain
A hard-living, coarse-talking guy's guy willing to try anything at least once, Anthony Bourdain distinguished himself as the unabashed black sheep of America's contemporary clique of "celebrity chefs" as an author and host of the Travel Channel series "No Reservations" (2005- ) as well as an occasional - and terrifying - judge on the extremely popular competition series "Top Chef" (Bravo, 2006- )...

Arthur Robison

Credits: The Informer BIRTHDATE| 06/25/1888

Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps
Actress Busy Philipps exuded an effervescence that made her a natural at portraying fun-loving and vivacious characters. She first showed off her exuberance as a bully with a mouth as big as her heart on the cult hit series "Freaks and Geeks" (NBC, 1999-2000), a sharp comedy about so-called losers trying to survive 1980s-era high school. Philipps then moved on to the critical darling "Dawson's...

Carly Simon

Carly Simon
One of the top singer-songwriters of the 1970s and 1980s, Carly Simon combined an earthy sensuality with a soaring voice and lyrical ruminations on romance and happiness with such hits as "Anticipation," "You're So Vain," "You Belong to Me" and "Nobody Does it Better. " Frequently mentioned in the same breath with other introspective female musicians as Joni Mitchell and Carol King, Simon's music...

Charlotte Greenwood

This long-legged, gangly comic actress' career stretched from turn-of-the-century vaudeville to the splashy musical films of WWII and beyond. Charlotte Greenwood left school early and took to the stage, first as a chorus girl in "The White Cat" (1905), later in vaudeville with Eunice Burnham, billed as "Two Girls and a Piano". She became a star with the stage show "So Long, Letty" (1916), which...