Doug Liman

Doug Liman
A neophyte director who scored a hit with his first released feature, "Swingers" (1996), Doug Liman emerged as a true auteur who balanced a high-energy visual style with richly drawn characters. With "Swingers," a low-budget indie hit made for $250,000 that managed to redefine the cultural zeitgeist, Liman parlayed that film's popularity into a fruitful career as a top-shelf Hollywood director and...

Kadeem Hardison

Kadeem Hardison
A personable African-American actor who gained prominence as the fast-talking girl-watching Dwayne Wayne on the NBC sitcom "A Different World", Hardison got his start doing a small turn in the "The Color of Friendship", a 1981 "ABC Afterschool Special", that starred future director James Bond III. He made his motion picture debut in Stan Lathan's adaptation of James Baldwin's classic "Go Tell it...