Barbara Harris

This charming stage-trained comedy specialist had an intermittent but once beguiling screen career dating back to the mid-1960s. Long a critic's darling, Harris convinces as scatterbrained characters with endearing child-like qualities. This aptitude made her, for a time, something of a thinking man's Goldie Hawn. Harris made her film debut as social worker Sandra Markowitz (her real name) in the...

Brad Renfro

Brad Renfro
A precociously talented child star who fell prey to Hollywood's all-too-common tragic trajectory, Brad Renfro wowed critics and fans with his debut opposite Susan Sarandon in the John Grisham adaptation "The Client" (1994). Tween-friendly turns in the AIDS-themed drama "The Cure" (1995) and opposite Jonathan Taylor Thomas in "Tom and Huck" (1995) augured teen idolhood, but the hard-edged Renfro...

David Madden

At Fox, he oversaw "Romancing the Stone" and "Revenge of the Nerds" (both 1984) while at Paramount he supervised such box-office hits as "The Untouchables" and "Fatal Attraction" (both 1987), and as an independent producer, David Madden has been behind the successful thriller "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" (1992), as well as lesser comedies such as "Operation Dumbo Drop" (1995) and "The...

Dennis A Brown

This veteran production executive supervised the making of many television movies during the 1980s and into the 90s. Beginning as a page for NBC, Brown gained considerable experience as a controller-estimator for such production companies as American International Pictures and such television-oriented enterprises as Desilu and Metromedia. This background in budget work stood him in good stead when...

DeWitt Bodeen

Stage actor and playwright turned screenwriter, responsible for such fine thrillers as "Cat People" (1942) and "The Seventh Victim" (1943); Bodeen also won praise for the highly regarded drama "I Remember Mama" (1948), which he adapted from the play by John Van Druten. Bodeen frequently wrote on film, contributing to journals and penning several books including "From Hollywood", an examination of...

Dolphy

Credits: Markova: Comfort Gay, Jack and Jill BIRTHDATE| 07/25/1928