Amy Ryan

Amy Ryan
A gifted supporting actress, Amy Ryan proved herself more than capable at a myriad of character portrayals in many genres. A longtime stage presence and a budding onscreen talent, possessing one of those lived-in, ordinary faces, Ryan was often cast as the reliable housewife, mother or girlfriend. But as a port authority cop Beadie Russell on HBO's gritty series "The Wire" (2002-08), she was able...

Chris Weitz

Chris Weitz
One half of a successful filmmaking partnership with his brother Paul, as well as a solo talent, Chris Weitz was a writer, producer and director whose string of hit films included "American Pie" (1999), "About a Boy" (2002), and "The Golden Compass" (2007). "Pie," with its mix of raucous comedy and heartfelt charm, put the brothers on the comedy map, but the gentler, more mature "Boy" established...

Csaba Csurgo

Credits: Para BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1969

Curtis McClarin

<p>Curtis McClarin, who was born in Brooklyn on December 1969, was a multifaceted actor, appearing on stage, television and film. After he finished college at SUNY Purchase, he started acting, appearing in "The Hard Way" (1991), with Michael J. Fox and James Wood. He moved up fast, appearing as Darryl in "Fresh" (1994) with Samuel L. Jackson. Using various versions of his name, including...

Daniel Lapaine

Blonde athletic Australian actor Daniel Lapaine made his film debut with a most auspicious role in 1994's comedy hit "Muriel's Wedding". As the expatriate Olympic swimmer who's waiting at the end of the aisle in the titular event, he capably played a multi-dimensional character in a small but pivotal role. After this performance, the actor virtually disappeared from films, returning to a...