William Alexander Abbott
Born: 2 October 1895
Asbury Park, New Jersey
Died: 24 April 1974
A comedian known especially for his long-running
partnership with Lou Costello
in such comedy films as "Buck Pirates" and "The Naughty Nineties"
featuring their famous "Who's on First" routine. Starred with
Bela Lugosi in Dracula. Lean
and street-smart, he played the part of straight man, always
getting the chubby and simple-minded Costello into trouble.
Donald James Yarmy
Star of TV show "Get Smart" with Barbara Feldon a show he nearly
passed on until he learned of Mel
Brooks' involvement. His unique voice also landed him the voice
of Inspector Gadget. He changed his name from Yarmy because he got
tired of being last during alphabetical auditions.
Elizabeth Edith Enke
1872 - 1953
French film actress.
Eddie ALbert Heimberger
US stage, film and TV actor.
Born: 28 January 1936
New York, USA
Best known for his role as "Hawkeye Pierce" in long
running TV series, M*A*S*H*. Recently co-starred in "The Aviator"
Jay Scott Greenspan
Born: 23 September 1959
Newark, New Jersey
Best known for his role as "George" in one of TVs
most successful shows "Seinfeld".
David Tynan O'Mahoney
Died: 10 March 2003
Legendary TV entertainer and comedian.
Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie
Born: 26 July 1902
Died: 28 August 1964
Appeared for more than 30 years on radio, television
and film. Wife of George
Tim Allen Dick
Born: 13 June 1953
Denver, Colorado, USA
Star of the top-rated TV sitcom "Home
Allan Stewart Konigsberg
Born: 1 December 1935
New York City
Actor, director, comedian, musician, screenwriter,
writer. Ugly split from Mia
Farrow, and also lost another leading lady Diane Keaton to Warren Beatty many years before.
Attended New York University after high school, where he failed
motion picture production.
Born: 7 October 1917
Bronx, New York
Voted Number One Female Box Office Attraction in
1955. Her many films include "Music for Millions", "Two Girls and a
Sailor", "The Three Muskateers" and "Little Women".
Dominic Felix Amici
Born: 31 May 1908
Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
Died: 6 December 1993
Leading man on screen in the 1930s and 1940s.
Julia Elizabeth Wells
Born: 1 October 1935
Very popular actress/singer best known for her roles
in "The Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins". Was once married to
Blake Edwards. Starred
on Broadway with Rex Harrison
in "My Fair Lady".
Jennifer Anastassakis (or
Born: 11 February 1969
Sherman Oaks, California
Best known as the wife of Brad Pitt and as Rachel in "Friends", her
much copied hairstyle led to many women asking for "The Rachel" at
hairdressers around the world. She has also starred in the movie
"The Object of My Affection" and made appearances in "She's the
One" and "'Til There Was You". Her father is Days of our Lives star
Born: 13 May 1922
New York City, New York, USA
American actress, comedienne, and singer. Best knows as one of The Golden Girls, co-starring Estelle Getty.
Born: 28 April 1941
Oscar nominee and consumate entertainer. Started out
as a Las Vegas showgirl.
Anna Maria Peirangeli
Born: 19 June 1932
Cagliri, Sardina, Italy
Died: 10 September 1971 (overdose)
Italian film actress who achieved limited Hollywood
success before taking her own life at the age of 39.
(also known as: Shana Taylor, Taylor Ford)
Gladys Georgianna Greene
Born: 17 October 1900
Platsburg, New York, USA
Died: 19 June 1991 (heart failure)
Carmel, California, USA
Academy award nominated actress. Her first film was
the silent film "Cameo Kirby" (1923) and her last "Shane"
Born: 10 May 1899
Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Died: 22 June 1987
Los Angeles, California, USA
Academy and Emmy award winner, commonly accepted as
the silver screen's best ever dancer. Also known for his acting,
singing, song writing, and as a true gentlemen.
Born: 3 May 1906
Quincy, Illinois, USA
Starred in movies for 40 years, including "The
Maltese Falcon" (1941) alongside Humphrey Bogart.