Alexander H Cohen

Just months before Alexander H Cohen died at the age of 79, Variety identified him in its millennium issue as one of the 10 most important producers of the 20th Century. Having worked in show business nearly six decades, Cohen produced 101 plays and musicals on Broadway and in London's West End. Among them were some of the most beloved shows--and some of the biggest flops--in theater...

Alice Terry

Credits: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse BIRTHDATE| 07/24/1899

Anna Paquin

Anna Paquin
It was unclear which fact was more extraordinary about Anna Paquin - that she won an Academy Award at age 11 for her performance in "The Piano" (1993), or after her win, that she had no plans to continue acting. Movieg rs were thankful for her later change of heart, as the Canadian actress continued to give thoughtful, complex and occasionally seductive turns as an adult in a wide variety of...

Bill Dumas

Credits: Candyman BIRTHDATE| 07/24/1956

Chelsie Hightower

Chelsie Hightower
Chelsie Hightower - one of the Top 20 finalists on season four of "So You Think You Can Dance" (Fox, 2005- ) - is a Latin dancer born in Las Vegas, NV, and raised in Orem, UT. Hightower has worked with many world-renowned choreographers. She was also a U.S. Worlds finalist in 2005 and competed on Team USA.

Chief Dan George

Native American character actor who made his mark in features late in life with several memorable performances. Chief Dan George first came to prominence with his Oscar-nominated supporting role as the philosophical tribesman who adopts Dustin Hoffman in Arthur Penn's offbeat, time-spanning saga "Little Big Man" (1970). Over the next decade he made half a dozen other feature appearances, often in...

Chris Sarandon

Chris Sarandon
This tall, darkly handsome character actor first came to attention as Al Pacino's overwrought gay lover in Sidney Lumet's "Dog Day Afternoon" (1975), a role that earned him an Oscar nomination, and later was amusingly wonderful as the villainous prince in Rob Reiner's "The Princess Bride" (1987). Chris Sarandon came out of a decade of stage roles before working in front of the cameras. He first...

Dan Hedaya

Dan Hedaya
A prolific and versatile character performer in both film and on television, actor Dan Hedaya earned his first widespread recognition as Carla's slimy and manipulative ex-husband on the famed sitcom "Cheers" (NBC, 1982-1993). Prior to that breakout role, Hedaya had already been in a number of movies like "The Seduction of Joe Tynan" (1979) and "True Confessions" (1981) before landing a leading...