Debbie Matenopoulos (born December 13, 1974) is an American television host.
Debbie Matenopoulos (born December 13, 1974) is an American television host.
David Edwin Birney (born April 23, 1939) is an American actor/director whose career has performances in both contemporary and classical roles in theatre, film and television.
Dominic Barto’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.
Dan Duryea (January 23, 1907 – June 7, 1968) was an American actor in film, stage, and television. Known for portraying a vast range of character roles as a villain, he nonetheless had a long career in a wide variety of leading and secondary roles.
Soon-Tek Oh (Korean: 오순택 (Oh Seun-taek) – also spelled as Soon-Taek Oh; born 29 June 1943) is a Korean-American actor best known for the voice of Fa Zhou in Disney’s Mulan and the direct-to-video sequel Mulan II. He has starred in many films, and also acted in television series, including MacGyver, M*A*S*H, Charlie’s Angels, Airwolf, Magnum, P.I., Hawaii Five-O, Kung-Fu, Zorro, and Touched by an Angel.
Oh was wrongly said to have been born in Japan, due to his career playing Japanese characters. He was born in Mokpo, Korea, under Imperial Japanese rule. He emigrated with his family to America when he was a teenager. Oh attended high school at Gwangju, South Korea, and attended Yonsei University in Seoul, the University of Southern California, and later received an MFA from UCLA.
On Broadway, he appeared in the original cast of the Stephen Sondheim musical Pacific Overtures. He was one of the earliest members of East West Players, an Asian American theatre group founded in 1965. In 1995 he founded the Korean American theatre group, Society of Heritage Performers, which later evolved into the present Lodestone Theatre Ensemble.
Charles Kimbrough (born May 23, 1936) is an American actor known for having played the straight-faced anchorman Jim Dial on Murphy Brown. In 1990, his performance in the role earned him a nomination for an Emmy Award for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series”.
Chadwick Steven “Chad” McQueen (born December 28, 1960) is an American actor, film producer, martial artist and race car driver. He was born in Los Angeles, California to American actor Steve McQueen and Filipino actress Neile Adams.
Yin Chang is an American actress, known for her lead role as Mei Kwan in the 2011 film Prom and her recurring role as Nelly Yuki on The CW’s teen drama series Gossip Girl. Chang has made guest appearances on the television shows Six Degrees, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Love Bites. Some of her other works include several national commercials such as Time Warner, Verizon Wireless, MasterCard, Best Buy, MTV, and Mead School Supplies.
Chang was born and raised in New York City, and is of Taiwanese, Chinese, and Malaysian Chinese ancestry. Her father is from Taiwan and her mother from Malaysia. Her maternal grandfather was artist Dr. Teng Beng Chew.
Roger Cross (born October 19, 1969) is a Jamaican-born Canadian actor who has made numerous appearances in several movies and TV series, mostly on productions shot in Canada. He is best known for his work in America on 24 as CTU Agent Curtis Manning, and in Canada for his work on First Wave. From 2012-2015, Cross appeared in the Canadian series Continuum as a main character. He also appeared as Staff Sergeant Boyd Bloom in the Canadian police procedural Motive, and currently as Six / Griffin Jones in the Syfy series Dark Matter.
Christopher “Chris” William Martin (born January 17, 1975), also known as Corky Martin, is a Canadian actor. He has appeared on a number of television series, including Felicity and The L Word, as well as leading the 2002 Canadian series, Tom Stone.
Carlos Moreno, Jr. (* 20. Dezember 1971 in McAllen, Texas) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler.
John Lawrence Russell (January 3, 1921 – January 19, 1991) was an American motion picture film and television actor, and World War II veteran, most noted for his starring role as Marshal Dan Troop in the successful ABC western television series Lawman from 1958 to 1962. and his lead role as international adventurer Tim Kelly in the syndicated T.V. series Soldiers of Fortune from 1955-57 .
John Herman Merivale (1 December 1917 – 6 February 1990), also known as Jack Merivale, was a Canadian-born British theatre actor, and occasional supporting player in British films.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, John Merivale was the son of English actor Philip Merivale. His stepmother was the renowned English actress Gladys Cooper. Merivale was educated in England, at Rugby and New College, Oxford.
Merivale made his acting debut at age 15, playing the small role of a newsboy in James Whale’s The Invisible Man (1933). His stage career started when he was 21, as an understudy in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, where he first met Vivien Leigh. He later worked in the production of Romeo and Juliet by Leigh and her husband, Laurence Olivier.
Merivale’s career was put on hold while he served as a pilot with both the British and Canadian air forces during World War II. He resumed his career in 1946, with a starring role in a successful U.S. production of Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan.
In 1956 Merivale made his second film appearance, in The Battle of the River Plate. He went on to have supporting roles in films such as A Night to Remember (1958), Circus of Horrors (1960), House of Mystery (1961), The List of Adrian Messenger (1963), (where he played the title character, who is killed thirteen minutes into the film), King Rat (1965), and Arabesque (1966).
Although Merivale had the leading role in the Italian horror film Caltiki – il mostro immortale (1959), he tended to concentrate on theatre work, in such productions as Venus Observed, Anne of the Thousand Days, The Reluctant Debutante and The Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
He was married to the US actress Jan Sterling from 1941 until 1948, and lived with Vivien Leigh from 1958 until her death in 1967, becoming her dedicated caretaker in her final years. In 1986 he married his long-time friend and actress Dinah Sheridan, who had helped him through a kidney condition diagnosed in 1970.
Merivale died in 1990 from renal failure.
Peter Frechette (/frəˈʃɛt/ frə-SHET; born October 3, 1956) is an American actor. He is a prolific stage actor with two Tony nominations for Eastern Standard and Our Country’s Good, and frequently stars in the plays of Richard Greenberg. He is well known on TV for playing hacker George on the NBC series The Profiler and Peter Montefiore on Thirtysomething. In film, he’s known for playing T-Bird Lewis DiMucci in the cult musical Grease 2.
Denise Katrina Matthews (January 4, 1959 – February 15, 2016), better known as Vanity, was a Canadian singer, songwriter, dancer, model, and actress who turned away from her music and acting career to concentrate on evangelism. Her career lasted from the early 1980s until the early/mid-1990s. She was the lead singer of the female trio Vanity 6 from 1981 until it disbanded in 1983. They are known for their 1982 R&B/funk hit “Nasty Girl”. Vanity’s music career also included two solo albums on the Motown Records label, Wild Animal and Skin on Skin, as well as the minor hit singles “Pretty Mess”, “Mechanical Emotion”, “Undress” (from the movie Action Jackson), and “Under the Influence”. She also had a successful film career, starring in the movies The Last Dragon, 52 Pick-Up, and Action Jackson. Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, Vanity appeared in many magazines around the world. She died on February 15, 2016, at the age of 57, due to kidney failure.
Vladimir Kulich (born 14 July 1956) is a Czechoslovakian-born Canadian actor.
He is best known for his roles as Buliwyf in the film The 13th Warrior, Tiberius in the film Ironclad, Erik in the television series Vikings, as well as the voice of Ulfric Stormcloak in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and as The Beast in the television series Angel. In 1995 he appeared as Olafsson in the X-Files episode “Død Kalm.”
While living in Montreal, Canada as a young adult, he was a professional hockey player. He has often volunteered in celebrity charity games including skating with the Los Angeles Kings Alumni Association.
Clement Hoyt “Clem” Beauchamp (August 26, 1898 – November 14, 1992), also known as Jerry Drew in his 20s and early 30s acting career, first worked as a second unit director in 1935, netting the Academy Award for Best Assistant Director for his work on The Lives of a Bengal Lancer. He was nominated in the same category the following year for The Last of the Mohicans.
Born in Bloomfield, Iowa, Beauchamp was one of two sons of Charles and Ula Beauchamp. His father was a druggist. The family later moved to Denver, Colorado and then to Fort Worth, Texas. After his parents divorced, his mother took her sons to Los Angeles, California where Beauchamp started working in motion pictures at age 16 as a stuntman. His first known film is Stupid, But Brave. He would later appear in The Painted Desert, sharing screen time with Clark Gable and William Boyd. In 1933, he appeared in the W.C. Fields comedy International House, in a non-credited part as a newsreel cameraman.
Beauchamp had a short-lived marriage to actress and comedian Anita Garvin, who is best remembered for the eleven films she made with comedians Laurel and Hardy. In 1935, he married script girl Sydney Hein.
He went on to work on several Tarzan and Dick Tracy movies, eventually becoming a production manager. In this capacity, he worked on such films as Fred Zinnemann’s The Men (1950) and High Noon (1952), Death of a Salesman (1951) and most of Stanley Kramer’s best work, including The Defiant Ones (1958), Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) and It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963). He later worked on Blake Edwards’ The Great Race (1965) and William A. Graham’s Waterhole No. 3 (1967). He was also the production manager on The Adventures of Superman television series, starring George Reeves.
Beauchamp told The Literary Digest his name was pronounced “Bo-shawm, both syllables accented alike.” (Charles Earle Funk, What’s the Name, Please?, Funk & Wagnalls, 1936.)
Robert LuPone (born July 29, 1946) is an American actor and artistic director. He works on stage, in film and in television. He is the brother of actress Patti LuPone.
Howard Ellsworth Rollins, Jr. (October 17, 1950 – December 8, 1996) was an American stage, film and television actor. Howard Rollins was best known for his role as Andrew Young in 1978’s King, George Haley in the 1979 movie Roots, Coalhouse Walker, Jr. in the 1981 film Ragtime, Captain Davenport in the 1984 film A Soldier’s Story, and as Virgil Tibbs on the crime drama for NBC/CBS, In the Heat of the Night.
Stephen Adam Amell (born May 8, 1981) is a Canadian actor. He is best known for portraying Oliver Queen / Green Arrow in the Arrowverse television franchise (based on the comic character of the same name) and Casey Jones in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
José Zúñiga (born 1965) is a Honduran actor.
Wesley Francis Morgan (born October 5, 1990) is a Canadian actor and model, known for the role of Skander Hill on Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars, the recurring role of Sam on Degrassi: The Next Generation and Prom King Josh in The Rocker. He now has a role on the show Really Me and plays Brody Cooper. He also models for Hollister and Abercombie & Fitch.
J. Evan Bonifant (born August 19, 1985) is an American actor. As a child actor, he played small parts on television shows and starred in several films, including the lead role in Todd Haynes’s Dottie Gets Spanked in 1993. His most notable role was that of ten-year-old Buster Blues in Blues Brothers 2000. He was nominated for the Young Artist Award in 1995 for his role in 3 Ninjas Kick Back. In 2008, Bonifant portrayed the role of Jerko Phoenix in the Disney series Wizards of Waverly Place.
Peter MacNeill is a Canadian film and television actor and voice-over artist who has starred in numerous television series and films.
Michael Graham Landon Jr. (born June 20, 1964) is an American actor, director, writer, and producer.