Alexis Arquette

Alexis Arquette
A transgender activist and character actress, Alexis Arquette was a member of the famed Arquette dynasty that also included Rosanna, Patricia and David. She earned critical acclaim as a drag queen living in the slums in "Last Exit to Brooklyn" (1989) and scored small roles in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1992), "Threesome" (1994) and "Pulp Fiction" (1994). After lead roles in the gay-themed indies...

Andrew V McLaglen

This son of Academy Award-winning actor Victor McLaglen learned the craft of directing apprenticing with the likes of John Ford, Budd Boetticher and William A Wellman. Ford had directed his father's Oscar-winning performance in "The Informer" (1935) and given the elder McLaglen new life in the cavalry trilogy ("Fort Apache" 1948, "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" 1949 and "Rio Grande" 1950), which...

Billy Tears

Credits: Cheaters BIRTHDATE| 07/28/1974

Bruce Abbott

A tall, darkly handsome leading player of horror films and occasional star of TV-movies, Bruce Abbott is perhaps best recalled as the med student whose run-in with the dean triggers the mayhem of the horror classic "Re-Animator" (1985). Some may also remember him for his stint as the hip judge of the CBS series "Dark Justice", a role he essayed for two seasons (1992-93).<p>Trained as a stage...

Celeste Adams

Credits: Gunfighter's Moon, Roanoak BIRTHDATE| 07/28/1952

Colin Higgins

Best remembered for writing the Hal Ashby-directed black comedy, "Harold and Maude" (1971), Higgins' scripts have ridden the wave of cultural trends or made reference to past masters of the genre. He endured five lean years before scoring again with the original screenplay "Silver Streak" (1976) a comedy adventure directed by Arthur Hiller and starring Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder and Jill Clayburgh...

Daniel Raymont

Character actor Daniel Raymont is a dynamic performer who has appeared in various productions, including films, TV shows, commercials and stage plays. A fashion aficionado who worked for years in the retail clothing business, Raymont started landing roles in movies and on television episodes during the late 1990s. After playing a soldier in the sci-fi sequel "Alien: Resurrection" (1997), he went...

Darryl Hickman

While his younger brother Dwayne found fame on television, Darryl Hickman first displayed his credentials on the big screen in classic fare like "The Grapes of Wrath" (1940), "The Human Comedy" (1943), and "Leave Her to Heaven" (1945). Hickman was seen steadily on motion picture screens throughout the 1940s and '50s and his work was consistently competent, but he did not become a major star in...