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Richard Mulligan

2013-06-13T01:13:52-07:00

His film debut was in "Love With the Proper Stranger" (1963) with Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood and directed by his brother Robert, in a small, uncredited role as Louie. His other films included: "One Potato, Two Potato" (1964) as [...]

Sharon Stone

2013-07-04T15:26:28-07:00

Sharon Stone is an American actress, film producer and former fashion model. Her first internationally recognized role was in the erotic thriller Basic Instinct. Stone has since won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama [...]

Spencer Tracy

2013-06-13T01:09:43-07:00

Best known for his roles in popular films from the 1930s to the 1960s, Tracy was also a diabetic. He was secretly diagnosed with diabetes in the late 1940s and it is likely complications of this disease that led to [...]

Stephen Furst

2019-02-03T18:47:37-08:00

An accomplished actor and film/television director, Stephen Furst graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Theatre Arts. Stephen came from humble beginnings. Before he was an established actor, he delivered pizzas for a living in Hollywood. By putting [...]

Victor Garber

2019-02-03T18:47:37-08:00

As a professional actor since the age of 10, Garber, now 64, is no stranger to juggling the demands of busy schedules and responsibilities. His biggest “role,” however, came at the age of 12. That was when he was diagnosed with [...]

Wilford Brimley

2019-02-03T18:47:37-08:00

Early life Brimley was born as A. Wilford Brimley in Salt Lake City, Utah, where his father worked as a real estate broker. Prior to his career in acting, Brimley worked as a ranch hand, wrangler, blacksmith, and a bodyguard [...]

Al Lewis

2013-06-13T01:04:16-07:00

Actor Al Lewis was born on April 30, 1923, in Brooklyn, New York. His first television roles came in the mid-1950s, such as on the series The Phil Silvers Show 1955. He made his film debut in 1960. Lewis is [...]

Alvin Childress

2013-06-13T01:02:03-07:00

Alvin Childress September 15, 1907 – April 19, 1986 was an African-American actor who is best known for playing the cabdriver Amos Jones in the 1950s television comedy series Amos 'n Andy and his biggest success in Philip Yordan’s all-black [...]

Esther Rolle

2019-02-03T18:47:37-08:00

Esther Rolle Date of Birth 8 November 1920, Pompano Beach, Florida, USA Date of Death 17 November 1998, Los Angeles, California, USA (complications from diabetes) Mini Biography Affectionately known for the role of outspoken maid Florida Evans on the hit [...]

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