AnnaLynne McCord

AnnaLynne McCord
A sultry model and actress, AnnaLynne McCord first steamed up the small-screen as the naughty and seductive Eden Lord on the hit FX series, "Nip/Tuck" (2003- ). A former Wilhelmina model, McCord went from high fashion to primetime television star in just a few short years. Cast as West Beverly's reigning social queen, Naomi Clark, on The CW's "Beverly Hills, 90210" (FOX, 1990-2000) reboot, "90210"...
Credits: Scorned, Slaughter, Gun, 90210, Officer Down BIRTHDATE| 07/16/1987

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck was a dazzling study in contrasts. At times sultry and sweet; vulnerable and tough; comedic and dramatic; joyous and tragic - she simply was one of the greatest and most unique actresses during Hollywood's Golden Era. She could play whatever the part required, whether it was madcap glamour in comedies like "The Lady Eve" (1941), tough-minded feminism in weepies like "Stella...

Barnard Hughes

Veteran character player of the New York stage since the 1930s who has been a familiar face in TV and films since the 60s. Hughes began his acting career as a member of the Shakespeare Fellowship Company, making his stage debut in a 1934 NY production of "The Taming of the Shrew". He went on to play more than 400 roles on the stage alone. Fame, though, waited until the veteran actor reached his...

Betty Hudson

Hudson began her career as a TV copywriter and a local on-air personality in Charleston, SC, before handling promotion for three NBC affiliates in various Southern markets. She became a vice president in 1979 and handled corporate relations and advertising for NBC through the 1980s, eventually assuming responsibility for NBC's division of corporate communications in 1988. With her appointment as...

Charles H Joffe

With his longtime partner Jack Rollins, Charles H Joffe founded a management-production office that had a client list including Ted Bessell, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams, Tom Poston and David Letterman. But Joffe and Rollins found their biggest success in collaboration with writer- director-actor Woody Allen. Beginning with Allen's 1966 play "Don't Drink the Water" which they co-produced (with...

Chris Pontius

Chris Pontius
If superlatives were handed out to the cast of the deliriously slapstick reality series "Jackass" (MTV, 2000-02), then Chris Pontius claimed the title of "Most Enthusiastic. " A mainstay of the popular program since its inception, Pontius established himself as a blithely demented cherub who enjoyed donning costumes - from women's bikinis and devil's horns to, quite frequently, nothing at all -...

Corey Feldman

Corey Feldman
One of the most popular child actors of the 1980s, Corey Feldman was a likable, smart-alecky lead in numerous kid-friendly films of the decade, including "Gremlins" (1984), "The Goonies" (1985), "Stand By Me" (1986) and "The Lost Boys" (1987). The latter film marked the beginning of a long and complex relationship, both on-screen and off, with fellow teen idol Corey Haim, whose fortunes, along...

Corin Redgrave

Corin Redgrave
A scion of the famous acting family, Corin Redgrave maintained the lowest profile as well as the longest periods of inactivity, compared to his more famous sisters, Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave. Nevertheless, he amassed a respectable list of stage credits as well as numerous key supporting roles in British features. Redgrave's first professional stage work was as director of "The Scarecrow" at the...

Daryl "Chill" Mitchell

Daryl "Chill" Mitchell
The son of a Queens, NY bus driver, Daryl 'Chill' Mitchell grew up on Long Island and first came to public attention as a member of the three-man rap group Groove B. Chill. Making the video to promote their debut album, "Starting from Zero", introduced them to the Hudlin Brothers and led to their feature debut in "House Party" (1990), written and directed by Reginald Hudlin. Finding the experience...