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Justin Rutledge

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Will Sasso

Will Sasso
A popular comic talent on North American television since the early 1990s, Will Sasso gained his widest audience as one of the most versatile performers on the sketch comedy series "MADtv" (Fox, 1995-2008), which led to a career in feature films. Sasso's larger-than-life persona made him ideal for lampooning such figures as Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, as well as actors Robert De...

Dana Delany

Dana Delany
An Emmy Award-winning actress, Dana Delany first made her mark on primetime audiences during the 1980s as the star of the Vietnam War-set medical drama "China Beach" (ABC, 1988-1991). After her role as a mild-mannered Midwestern nurse with the highly desirable hairstyle, Delany became a frequent star in made-for-TV-movies like "Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story" (1995) and "True...

Shawn Ryan

Shawn Ryan
Having created one of the grittiest police shows in television history, writer and executive producer Shawn Ryan broke new ground with "The Shield" (FX, 2002-08), thanks to centering the show on corrupt cop antihero Vic Mackey. Inspired by real events surrounding the Rampart division of the LAPD, "The Shield" opened a window into the harsh world of gangs, drug dealers and corrupt police officers...

Jude Law

Jude Law
Plagued with being called a heartthrob and a Golden Boy, British actor Jude Law managed to develop into a respected actor known for tackling challenging and often flawed characters. Though he struggled a bit early in his career to make a name for himself, Law finally burst onto the scene full force with his Oscar-nominated performance in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" (1999). From there, he was...

Rick Roberts

Tall, dark-haired, freckled-faced Canadian Rick Roberts was touted as "heartthrob" material with his co-starring role as idealistic physician Evan Newman in the CBS series "L. A. Doctors" (1998-99). Born and raised in Edmonton, the good-looking actor trained at Montreal's National Theatre School of Canada and spent seasons in repertory, honing his craft in such classics as "Richard III" and "King...

Bob Odenkirk

Bob Odenkirk
In the 1990s, Bob Odenkirk established himself as an avatar of the next wave of edgy, ribald American sketch comedy, initially as a cast member of the short-lived but portentous Fox series "The Ben Stiller Show" (1992-1993), then as co-creator and star of the off-the-wall subversive HBO series "Mr. Show with Bob and David" (1995-98). A native of Chicago's suburbs and later product of the Second...