Born: 20 August 1971
Comedian, writer and actor. Best known for the TV show "Little Britain", and judge on "Britain's Got Talent".
Marion Michael Morrison
Born: 26 May 1907
Died: 11 June 1979
Best known as American movie icon and star of
westerns. Wayne nearly always played the same character, a big
tough but sensitive hero who talked straight and met the bad guys
head on. Wayne won an Oscar for his role of Rooster Cogburn for the
1969 film "True Grit".
Susan Alexandra Weaver
Born: 8 October 1949
New York City
Star of the "Alien" films, also "Ghost Busters",
"Half Moon Street', she began her career with a six-second bit in
Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" for
which she earned a meager $50. Chose her name from the novel "The
Great Gatsby" in the hope that it would bring strange and exciting
things into her life.
Born: 5 September 1940
Her fur clad appearance in "One Million Years BC" was
the stuff dreams were made of. Her first major role was in sci-fi
film "Fantastic Voyage". She is better known for her sex-symbol
Born: 27 August 1943
New York City
By the time she was 13 she was already a movie star,
had attempted suicide, battled alcoholism, and suffered a nervous
breakdown (eat your heart out Drew Barrymore). She began her career
in Rock, Rock, Rock with Chuck Berry, her vocals
were dubbed by Connie Francis,
William West Anderson
Born: 19 September 1928
Best known as the original "Batman" on the very
popular TV series of the same name. West was not too thrilled when
he was not asked to participate in the hit "Batman" movies. See
Born: 10 March 1984
New York City, USA
Deriving her name from the author Oscar Wilde, Olivia is best known for her roles in House and The OC.
Jerome (Jerry) Silberman
Born: 11 June 1935
Starred with Warren
Beatty and Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde. Won an Oscar
nomination for his role in "The Producers", cast in the role by his
comic mentor Mel Brooks.
Born: 19 March 1955
Best known as the star of the Die Hard movie series,
and "the Sixth Sense". Married for 12 years to Demi Moore. Has recorded two blues
albums and goes by the nickname of "Bruno". His first big break was
in the TV hit show "Moonlighting" co-starring with Cybill
Born: 29 January 1954
Her name was meant to have been "Orpah" after a
biblical figure in the book of Ruth. The Oprah Winfrey Show is one
of the most popular television programs in history. In 1986,
Winfrey founded Harpo Inc, her own production company. ("Harpo" is
"Oprah" spelled backwards.) A talented actress, she is best known
for "The Colour Purple" (1985), "Native Son" (1986) and the TV
movie "The Women of Brewster Place" (1989).
In 1994, President Clinton signed the
"Oprah Bill", a law designed to protect children from abuse.
In 1995 The "Oprah Winfrey Show" has won seven Emmy
Awards for best talk show and Winfrey won an Emmy as best daytime
Born: 18 August 1920
St Louis, MO
One of the best-loved actresses of Hollywood's golden
age. Won two best supporting actress Oscars for "Diary of Anne
Frank" (1959) and "A Patch of Blue" (1965). Also nominated for her
roles in "A Place in the Sun" (1951) and "The Poseidon Adventure"
(1972). Also known for her "tell-all" biographies, and as one-time
roommate of Marilyn
1925 - 1999
Born: Bramley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
One half of the comedy duo "Morecambe and Wise", enjoyed success
on TV with "The Morecambe and Wise Show".
Born: 22 March 1976
Oscar winning actress (where she did all her own singing) for "Walk the Line". Before then being best known for her roles in "Legally Blonde", "Sweet Home Alabama", "Cruel Intentions", "Four Christmases", "Water for Elephants".
Natasha Nikolaevna Gurdin
Born: 20 July 1938
Died: 29 November 1981
Star of "Rebel Without a Cause", (1955 with James
Dean),"The Searchers" (1956 with John Wayne), "Spendor in the Grass"
directed by Elia Kazan and
"West Side Story" (both 1961) and "Inside Daisy Clover" (1965). She
drowned mysteriously in 1981 off California's Catalina Island while
vacationing with her husband Robert Wagner and actor Christopher
Wood was married twice to actor Robert Wagner.