Alice Ghostley

Alice Ghostley
Prolific TV actress-comedienne who appeared in over a dozen sitcoms and variety series of the 1960s and 70s. Ghostley first received attention onstage in such revues as "New Faces of 1952"; two years later she reprised her role in the film adaptation, committing her hilarious rendition of "The Boston Beguine" to celluloid. By the time of her Tony-winning performance in "The Sign in Sidney...

Alma Reville

Continuity superviser and assistant editor who worked in minor capacities on Alfred Hitchcock's first two films, married him in 1926, and subsequently collaborated on many of his scripts. Reville also contributed to other features, notably the Fred Allen vehicle, "It's in the Bag" (1945).

Barbara Goldstein

Credits: Murder: By Reason of Insanity BIRTHDATE| 08/14/1954

Carl Lumbly

Carl Lumbly
A quiet yet powerful actor, Lumbly has risen from playing the decidedly supporting--almost background--role of Detective Marcus Petrie on "Cagney & Lacey" (CBS, 1982-88) to essaying numerous secondary and leading parts in TV and films. Raised in Minneapolis by Jamaican immigrant parents, Lumbly's first break came in 1976 when he appeared opposite Danny Glover in two plays by Athol Fugard...

Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell
Actress Catherine Bell captivated audiences worldwide by playing strong-willed women who often exuded quiet confidence onscreen. She spent several years modeling and minor acting before landing a breakout role on the drama "JAG" (NBC, 1995-96; CBS, 1997-2005), where she played a gutsy military attorney who radiated wholesomeness and sex appeal at the same time. The role also turned the leggy...