Michael Ian Black

Michael Ian Black
Michael Ian Black's strange career trajectory has taken the slight, dark-haired actor-writer-comedian from hip MTV icon to beloved sock puppeteer to a scene-stealing supporting character on the hit NBC series "Ed" (2000- ). The New Jersey native hooked up with fellow performers while attending New York University and formed a comedy troupe with a skewed, surrealistic approach to sketch comedy...

Michael Kidd

This Brooklyn-born trained dancer had concurrent careers in Hollywood and on Broadway for much of the 1950s and later worked on several notable, if somewhat overblown, musicals. <p>Born Milton Greenwald, Michael Kidd first rose to prominence in the early 1940s as a soloist with Lincoln Kirstein's Ballet Caravan and Eugene Loring's Dance Players. By the middle of the decade, he had begun to...

Oscar Homolka

Oscar Homolka
Austrian actor whose broad "Brezhnevite" features and Slavic accent were exploited in both comic and villainous roles after he settled in the US in 1936. Memorable as the crusty uncle in "I Remember Mama" (1948).

Park Yong-ha

Credits: The Scam BIRTHDATE| 08/12/1977

Pauline Frederick

Credits: Ramona BIRTHDATE| 08/12/1883

Peter Krause

Peter Krause
A capable and charismatic leading man in numerous television productions, Peter Krause lent both gravity and humor to several acclaimed small screen productions, including "Sports Night" (ABC, 1998-2000) and "Six Feet Under" (HBO, 2001-05). A lengthy apprenticeship of television guest spots built Krause's visibility, while "Sports Night" - a screwball comedy-influenced sitcom about a failing cable...

Ralph Nelson

Theater actor and director who began working in TV in the 1950s and made his feature debut with "Requiem for a Heavyweight" (1962), the film version of a Rod Serling teleplay he had previously directed. Divorced from actress Celeste Holm.