Born: 7 January 1964
Long Beach, California
Oscar winner and one of today's most popular action
heros and most talented actors. First found real acclaim in "Birdy"
and in "Moonstruck" starring opposite Cher. He has also starred with
Meg Ryan and Dennis Franz in "City of Angels", a
remake of "Wings of Desire". Nephew of director Francis Ford
Coppola. "Cage" is the English translation of his family's Italian
name. Briefly married to Lisa-Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis
Born: 14 March 1933
Best known as the star of "The Man Who Would be
King", "The Cider House Rules", and "Hannah and her Sisters" for
which he won an Oscar in 1980 for best supporting actor. Overall he
has appeared in over 80 films.
Francis Timothy Durgin
Samille Diane Friesen
Former wife of Cary
Grant, enjoyed a successful acting career in movies, last known
for her role as the "older woman" in the smash hit series "Ally
Kathy Sue Nail
Born: 3 November 1953
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Film and TV actress. Married director Steven
Speilberg in 1991.
John Arthur Carradine
Born: 8 December 1936
Star of the TV series "Kung Fu" (1972-75). Several
subsequent TV and film projects but never achieved the same level
of success until co-starring in Quinten Tarantino's "Kill Bill
Volumes 1 & 2" (2003).
Born: 15 December 1918
Brooklyn, New York
Tula Ellice Finklea
Born: 8 March 1921
Born: 24 March 1977
American actress. In 2012 she was listed as one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World". Jessica is best known for her work in "Zero Dark Thirty", "Mama", "ER", "Veronica Mars", "Agatha Christie's Poirot" and "Lawless".
Cornelius Crane Chase
Born: 8 October 1943
Star of "National Lampoon's" movies and "Caddy
Shack". Once wrote for MAD magazine. "Chevy" is the nickname his
grandmother gave him.
Cherilyn Sarkisian La Piere
Born: 20 May 1946
El Centro, California
Singer and actress of great worldwide acclaim who has
stood the test of time. Times may change, but Cher remains. Was
married to Sonny
Bono, the other half of the "Sonny and Cher Show".
Born: December 8, 1911
New York, New York
Powerhouse actor of both stage and screen, Cobb
joined the Group Theater in 1935, appearing in Clifford Odets'
"Waiting for Lefty" and "Golden Boy" before making his screen debut
in 1937. He often played boorish characters or heavies, most
memorably as the corrupt boss in "On The Waterfront" (1954) and the
bigot in "Twelve Angry Men" (1957). He is also remembered for
creating the role of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's "1949".
Claudette Lily Chauchoin
Born: 13 September 1905
|(Sir) Sean Connery
Born: 25 August 1930
Best known as the James Bond. Went on to star
in a further five more Bond movies. Appeared in dozens of films in
the 80s and 90s and won an Oscar in 1987 for his supporting role in
"The Untouchables". In 1989 Connery was voted People Magazine's
"Sexiest Man Alive".
Conrad Robert Falk
Born: 1 March 1935
Best known as the star of TV's "Wild, Wild West"
Frank James Cooper
Born: 7 May 1901
Died: 14 May 1961 (cancer)
Hollywood legend and star of movies such as "The
Pride of the Yankees", "Meet Joe Doe", "Ball of Fire", "Sergeant
York" (for which he won his first Academy Award), "High Noon" with
Grace Kelly, and
"Morocco" with Marlene
Dietrich in 1930.
Louis Francis Cristillo
Born: 6 March 1906
Paterson, New Jersey
Died: 3 March 1959
Best known for his long-running partnerships with
Bud Abbott in such films as
"Buck Pirates" and "The Naughty Nineties" which features their
famous "Who's on First" routine. The chubby and simple-minded half
of the pair, he got into trouble easily, egged on by his
straight-man partner Abbott.
Michael Patrick Dumbell-Smith
Born: 19 January 1942
Multi-talented and very popular star of "Some
Mother's Do 'Ave 'Em" and the musical "Phantom of the Opera".
Lucille Fay LeSueur
Born: 23 March 1904
San Antonio, Texas
Once one of the most formidable women in the history
of film. Star of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" with Bette Davis. A fan contest sponsored by
MGM to find a name for their budding star, from which "Joan
Crawford" was born.
Harry Lillis Crosby
Born: 3 May 1903
Actor and singer, starring with Bob Hope and
Dorothy Lamour. His
affection for a newspaper comic strip character earned him the
Thomas Cruise Mapother IV
Born: 3 July 1962
Syracuse, New York
One of the biggest Hollywood stars of films such as
"Top Gun", "Born on the Fourth of July", "Mission Impossible", and
the sequel "Mission Impossible II". Seems that his almost 10 year
marriage to Nicole Kidman was also a "Mission Impossible". One of
the Church of Scientologies better known members (see also Kirstie Alley). Tom is more than a
movie star, he is now a billion dollar industry.
Born: 3 June 1925
Bronx, New York
A long and illustrious movie career with 120 screen
credits under his belt, starred in "Some Like it Hot" with Marilyn Monroe.