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Jason Dohring

Jason Dohring
Possessing boy-next-door appeal combined with a roguish charm, actor Jason Dohring was a consistent fan favorite on a number of television endeavors. After early bit parts in made-for-TV movies like the family drama "Journey" (CBS, 1995) and the big budget feature film "Deep Impact" (1998), the young actor increased his visibility with costarring roles in such projects as "Ready to Run" (Disney...

Jordan Stephens

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Norma Shearer

Norma Shearer
A child model and bit player in New York-based films whose appearance in "The Stealers" (1920) caught the attention of producer Irving Thalberg. Thalberg signed Shearer to a long-term contract with MGM in 1923 and she quickly became a popular star in such films as "He Who Gets Slapped" (1924), "His Secretary" (1925) and "The Student Prince" (1927), typically as a gentle but vivacious ingenue...

David Wain

David Wain
David Wain has made a career out of operating on both sides of the comedy spectrum, switching from intelligent absurdity to mainstream films with heart. With an impressive list of both feature films such as "Role Models" (2008) and alternative comedy series like "Stella" (2005), he managed to infuse his singular style into all of his creative output. As a writer, director, actor and comedian, Wain...

Kahung Chu

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Alan Autry

Alan Autry
Sturdy, Broad-shouldered Alan Autry was a former Green Bay Packer who decided, after three years of Sunday tackles, to go into acting, and has since put together a career that has included eight seasons on "In the Heat of the Night" (NBC, 1987-92; CBS, 1992-94) as Bubba Skinner, the police captain resistant to change. His character became more prominent as the series progressed and other actors...

Edmond O'Brien

Edmond O'Brien
Talented leading man of the 1940s turned veteran Hollywood character player, at his best playing roles requiring sweat and strain. O'Brien joined Orson Welles' Mercury Players in 1937 and worked in film and on stage through the 1940s, turning primarily to the screen after WWII. He is best remembered as the impetuous young street poet in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1939); the enterprising...

Fergie

Fergie
From child television personality to sexy singer to legitimate film actress, Stacy Ferguson - better known to the world as Fergie - had the talent, drive and ambition necessary to become a pop culture superstar. A native of Los Angeles, she had her start in entertainment as a regular on the youth musical-variety show "Kids Incorporated" (Disney Channel, 1984-1993), on which she appeared for five...

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