Dorien Wilson

Dorien Wilson
With an easy charm and winning smile, Dorien Wilson made his way as an actor with numerous television roles, often portraying successful African-American characters with white-collar or academic careers in sitcoms. His breakthrough role came with a 1991-96 co-starring run on HBO's acclaimed adult-themed sitcom "Dream On". Wilson portrayed smooth-talking chat show host Eddie Charles, best friend of...

Edie Falco

Edie Falco
An outstanding cast member on one of the most highly acclaimed television series of all time, "The Sopranos" (HBO, 1999-2007), Edie Falco earned multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards for creating the iconic Carmela Soprano, a suburban New Jersey mother and conflicted wife of an organized crime boss. Prior to her powerhouse portrayal of the Mafia don's manicured wife, Falco had appeared regularly...

Edward Woods

Credits: Dinner at Eight, The Public Enemy BIRTHDATE| 07/05/1903

Eva Green

Eva Green
With an ethereal beauty and emotional complexity, French actress Eva Green made an international breakthrough with her very first film, "The Dreamers" (2003), a controversial erotic drama that propelled her from unknown to sought-after actress. One of the first Hollywood directors to take notice of her daring performance was Ridley Scott, who cast her in the leading female role for his historical...

Huey Lewis

Huey Lewis
During their 1980s heyday, frontman Huey Lewis brought soul to a string of pop-rock hits generated by his band, the News, including the No. 1 singles "Power of Love," "Stuck with You" and "Jacob's Ladder," as well as the Top 10 tracks "I Want a New Drug," "If This Is It" and "The Heart of Rock-n-Roll." Lewis and his bandmates were veterans of the San Francisco music scene for over a decade before...

Jean Cocteau

Jean Cocteau is a preeminent figure in 20th century French culture. A major contributor to the history of the cinema, he is also noted for his work as a novelist, poet, painter, sculptor and playwright.<p> Cocteau wrote, directed, narrated, edited and performed in his first film, "The Blood of a Poet", shot in 1930. Privately financed by the Vicomte de Noailles, the film's release was...