Andre Fahning

Credits: Long Hello and Short Goodbye BIRTHDATE| 07/08/1957

Anjelica Huston

Anjelica Huston
As the daughter of legendary director John Huston and granddaughter of Oscar-winning actor Walter Huston, it was no surprise that actress Anjelica Huston found success and acclaim in Hollywood. Representing the third generation of Hustons to win an Academy Award, the actress emerged from the long shadow cast by her father with an Oscar-winning turn in "Prizzi's Honor" (1985). Prior to her triumph...

Arthur Miller

A former child actor, lab technician and camera assistant (for director Edwin S Porter), Arthur Miller graduated to director of photography in 1918. He went on to become one of Hollywood's foremost cinematographers of the 1940s, working on a host of acclaimed 20th Century-Fox productions. Miller received three Oscars for his superlative work on John Ford's "How Green Was My Valley" (1941), Henry...

Beck

Beck
An influential figure in the alternative rock movement of the late 1990s and beyond, Grammy winner Beck brought together elements from numerous musical genres, from hip-hop and electronica to soul, punk and folk, in a densely layered but nevertheless playful bouillabaisse of sound that reflected the information overload that both plagued and entertained modern music listeners while paying sly...

Billy Crudup

Billy Crudup
Though he always had the potential to be one of the bigger movie stars of his day, actor Billy Crudup eschewed the limelight for focus on playing complex characters in moody independent films. In fact, Crudup's intensity and his ability to disappear into character marked him as a highly gifted actor, though this same ability often played against the conventional wisdom for his becoming a movie...

Corey Parker

Corey Parker
Known for both his film and television work, Corey Parker has been in the public eye since he landed his first commercial role at the age of four. Determined to become a professional actor, he was accepted at New York's High School of the Performing Arts at age 13. In 1980, the young actor made his stage debut at the New Dramatist Theatre's production of "Red Storm Flower". Parker later left a...

Craig Stevens

Craig Stevens
On his way to a career in dentistry, dark and handsome Craig Stevens got the acting bug at the University of Kansas and after some training at the Pasadena Playhouse made his debut in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939). He signed with Warner Bros. in 1941 and worked there throughout the decade, meeting future wife Alexis Smith and receiving good notices as a newcomer. But the quality of his...

Esther Broner

Credits: Half the Kingdom BIRTHDATE| 07/08/1927

Eugene Pallette

With the transition in Hollywood from silent to talking pictures, audiences most often heard rather than saw Eugene Pallette coming. His once athletic build blown out to rotund proportions and his voice registering an octave lower than a bullfrog's, Pallette was a singular presence among the ranks of studio players during the Great Depression. He found his niche playing irascible big city cops...