Alejandro Tocar

Credits: Acne, Victorious BIRTHDATE| 08/21/1991

Alicia Witt

Alicia Witt
An enormously gifted actress-musician, Alicia Witt was a child prodigy who caught the eye of David Lynch, who gave her small but memorable roles in "Dune" (1984) and "Twin Peaks" (ABC, 1990-91). Already established as a minor celebrity for her precocious genius, Witt became a world-class pianist and supported herself as a lounge performer while pursuing an acting career. Nominated for an...

Basil Poledouris

With his sweeping, powerful scores, composer Basil Poledouris brought a sense of epic passion and melancholy grandeur to "Conan: the Barbarian" (1982), "Robocop" (1987) and the beloved miniseries, "Lonesome Dove" (CBS, 1989). Poledouris also set the tone for many subsequent military thrillers, with his haunting Russian-influenced score for "The Hunt for Red October" (1990). Though Poledouris never...

Bo Burnham

<p>Despite being known for a series of wacky YouTube songs that quickly went viral, Bo Burnham managed to parlay his Internet celebrity into a successful film and television career. Burnham's songs, which were recorded in his bedroom, received millions of views on the popular video-sharing website, launching his career as a stand-up comedian. By the late 2000s he was playing to packed clubs...

Brody Jenner

Brody Jenner
Reality television star, model and Hollywood man-about-town, Brody Jenner was born into fame. The son of Olympic legend Bruce Jenner and stepbrother of notorious party girl Kim Kardashian, Jenner made a career out of appearing in top-rated reality series such as "The Hills" (MTV, 2006- ) and "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" (E!, 2007- ). He extended his 15 minutes of fame with his rich kid antics...

Brooks Wheelan

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Credits: Saturday Night Live BIRTHDATE| 08/21/1986

Carrie-Anne Moss

Carrie-Anne Moss
Canadian import Carrie-Anne Moss began her career as a well-known name in fashion modeling, but eventually landed on American television and fulfilled her lifelong goal of being a professional actress. However, nothing prepared Moss for becoming an overnight cultural icon when she landed the career-defining role of Trinity, the cool, leather-clad, sunglasses-sporting heroine of the futuristic...

Charles Vanel

Craggy-featured French character player and an occasional lead, in more than 200 films in a career spanning over 75 years. A slightly stocky man of medium height, with a rumbling voice and a strong, focused gaze, Vanel began in films in 1912 and would eventually be directed by the likes of Jacques Feyder, Luis Bunuel, Maurice Tourneur, Pierre Chenal, Claude Chabrol and Jean-Pierre Mocky. Early on...