Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 15, 1973. His parents, Sheila Gail (Scott) and Ronald Gene Harris, were lawyers and ran a restaurant. He grew up in Ruidoso, New Mexico, a small town 120 miles south of Albuquerque, where he first took up acting in the fourth grade. While tagging along with his older brother of 3 years...
“ Neil Patrick Harris was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 15, 1973. He grew up in Ruidoso, New Mexico, a small town 120 miles south of Albuquerque, where he first took up acting in the fourth grade. While tagging along with his older brother of 3 years, Harris won the part of Toto in a school production of The Wizard of Oz. His parents, Ron ... See full bio »
Born: June 15, 1973 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA ” - markdt4
“ Date of Birth
19 January 1980, London, Ontario, Canada
Thomas Luke Macfarlane Jr.
6' 2" (1.88 m)
He has a twin sister.
Sang in the Amabile Boys Choir.
Attended Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts Elementary School, followed by Central Secondary school before being accepted into Juilliard for acting. ” - markdt4
Gavin Creel received his Broadway break when he was given the male lead, Jimmy Smith, in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie'. He starred opposite Sutton Foster.
“ Trivia: As of 2006, he has a position on the Honorary Board of Directors for The Matthew Shepard Foundation. On July 22, 2006, he joined Shepard's mother Judy and about 800 other people in a peaceful demonstration outside the Colorado Springs, Colorado, headquarters of Focus on the Family, a Christian organization. See more trivia »
Born: Chad Allen Lazzari
June 5, 1974 in Cerritos, California, USA ” - markdt4
“ Date of Birth
21 August 1961, Jamestown, New York, USA
Mitchell Ogren Anderson
Is one of six children
He graduated with a BA in Theatre from Williams College and also studied at The Julliard School in New York City.
His recurring role as Ross, the bespectacled, gay violin teacher on the cult favorite "Party of Five" (1994) brought him notice, particularly once the actor publicly disclosed his homosexuality at a Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation dinner in L.A. in March of 1996.
Best recalled for his two season stint as a colleague of teen wonder "Doogie Howser, M.D." on that ABC sitcom.
Where Are They Now
(2002) Has been and continues to write columns for www.Gay.com
(October 2005) Has started a new career as the owner/chef of MetroFresh Restaurant in Atlanta. ” - markdt4
John Barrowman is an Entertainer with a capital E. He sings, he dances, he acts, he presents, he judges - he is a unique talent in the entertainment industry on both sides of the Atlantic. John can currently be seen in the regular role of Malcolm Merlyn (aka The Dark Archer) in the hit American drama series Arrow...
“ Born in Glasgow, Scotland, and raised in Joliet, Illinois. He returned to the UK, for a 6 month Shakespeare semester with the United States International University of San Diego, but left to star in the musical production of "Anything Goes," with Elaine Page. He went on to star in "Miss Saigon," "Matador," "Rope," and "Hair" at London's West End. ... See full bio »
Born: John Scot Barrowman
March 11, 1967 in Mount Vernon, Glasgow, Scotland, UK ” - markdt4
Lance Bass is the quintessential illustration of a highly successful and driven jack-of-all-trades: singer, host, actor, producer, writer, entrepreneur, philanthropist and cosmonaut. Beyond his fame as a member of the phenomenally successful group *NSYNC
, where the group sold an impressive 60 million plus records worldwide...
“ Date of Birth
4 May 1979, Laurel, Mississippi, USA
James Lance Bass
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Was the last member to join *NSYNC, after being recruited by Justin Timberlake.
Performed at the Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center with 'NSYNC. [1 December 1999]
Performed with *NSYNC in the 1998 and 1999 Miss Teen USA pageant.
Member of boy group *NSYNC.
Started his own film production company, Bacon & Eggs, in 2000. In 2005, he started a television production company, Lance Bass Productions.
Performed with *NSYNC on Céline Dion's "All The Way" TV special. [November 1999]
Dated Danielle Fishel.
Is afraid of flying.
Was part of a competition singing group called Attache.
Has an older sister, Stacy Bass.
Born at 1:20 PM CDT.
Mother Diane is a sixth grade teacher and father Jim Bass is a former Lab Technician.
His band nicknames are Pez "'cause I have a big Adam's apple" and Scoop "because when (the guys) ask me about our itinerary, I always know."
Began his career at age 11 singing in the Clinton Community Choir, near his hometown of Laurel. At 12, he successfully auditioned for a spot in the Mississippi Show Stoppers, a state-wide choral group sponsored by the Agriculture and Forestry Museum.
Tried to get a ride on a Russian space mission, but was asked to leave the program when his financial backers failed to come up with the $20 million necessary to board.
Currently writing a horror film screenplay/script titled "Imaginary Friends". 
Had a year-long relationship with Reichen Lehmkuhl.
Is the godfather of Joey Fatone's daughter, Brianna Fatone.
Shared a vocal coach with Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears.
Is close friends with Jamie-Lynn Sigler.
Engaged to Michael Turchin [September 5, 2013].
The beginning of the shows are different. One time we'll say 'Hello, Denver'. Another time we'll say 'Hello, Memphis'. It's always different.
I knew that I was in this popular band and I had four other guys' careers in my hand, and I knew that if I ever acted on it or even said (that I was gay), it would overpower everything. [To People Magazine, on his sexuality.]
The thing is, I'm not ashamed -- that's the one thing I want to say... I don't think it's wrong, I'm not devastated going through this. I'm more liberated and happy than I've been my whole life. I'm just happy.
I'm still a Christian. I was not raised in a Christian church to hate people. I was taught to love people and accept people ... I know what I believe. I'm at peace with my family, my friends, myself and God, so there's really nothing else that I worry about.
I can tell you right now, when I was in high school in Mississippi, I was one of the first ones to jump on the bandwagon to make fun of a gay person, and look how I turned out. I had the secret this whole time. And so if people can look at me and see that I was one of those bullies that, like, always made fun of gay people and I had this huge secret, there is always more to the story than you see. [talking to MTV News in October 2010]
Where Are They Now
(July 2007) Annouces a 6-month stint as "Corny Collins" in "Hairspray" on Broadway.
(October 2007) Release of his book, "Out of Sync: A Memoir". ” - markdt4
Ricky Martin was raised in Puerto Rico. He began his career at the age of 12, as a member of the Puerto Rican music group Menudo
. During his time in the group he had the opportunity to travel and record in various languages including Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and English. He left the group in 1989 and went to study in New York...
“ ate of Birth
24 December 1971, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Enrique Martín Morales
5' 11¾" (1.82 m)
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Ricky initiated his singing career in the Latin all boy-band group Menudo. After leaving the group, he moved to New York to study acting. After finishing his studies, he relocated to Mexico where he performed as actor in "Mama ama el Rock", "Alcanzar una Estrella II". In 1991, he began to focus his career as a soloist singer, eventually becoming an international superstar with the release of his self-titled English language album in 1996.
IMDb Mini Biography By: Mayra Caro
Ricky Martin was raised in Puerto Rico. He began his career at the age of 12, as a member of the Puerto Rican music group Menudo. During his time in the group he had the opportunity to travel and record in various languages including Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and English. He left the group in 1989 and went to study in New York. During a trip to Mexico his plans changed when he was offered a part in the musical play, "Mama ama el Rock". He went on to portray "Pablo" in the Mexican soap opera "Alcanzar una estrella II" (1991). He won a Heraldo, the Mexican equivalent of the Academy Award, for his role in Más que alcanzar una estrella (1992), a film loosely based on the soap. In 1991 he began his career as a soloist, with the release of his first album, "Ricky Martin". It sold over 500,000 copies worldwide, becoming one of the highest debuts for a Latin artist under the Sony label in the previous ten years. He followed with another album, "Me Amaras", a more mature compilation of personal and romantic songs which also skyrocketed to the top of the Latin charts and earned him "Best New Latin Artist" at the 1993 Billboard Video Awards. Seeking further opportunities as an actor, he moved to Los Angeles in late 1993. He appeared on two episodes of the NBC sitcom "Getting By" (1993). In February 1994 he made his debut on the ABC daytime soap opera "General Hospital" (1963), as "Miguel Morez". After dedicating two years of his career to acting, Ricky has returned to his first love, music. His release "A Medio Vivir" is a compilation of songs reflecting pop, rock and Latin influences. Ricky Martin is as passionate about helping others as he is about his work. He always finds time to give to drug-addicted and abused children, as well as to educate and inform the youth of the countries he visits about AIDS.
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Instinctive up-arms dancing coreography on tage
Named one of "People" magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People 
Had a cameo in the film Idle Hands (1999), but the scene was deleted. He can still be seen in the background at the Burger Jungle car park.
Sings the Spanish version of "Go the Distance", main theme of Hercules (1997).
Opened a restaurant in Miami beach called Casa Salsa in 1999, but it has since closed.
Is a vegetarian.
His nickname among his immediate family members is Kiki.
Created the Ricky Martin Foundation which gave a million dollar worth of musical instrument to Puerto Rican public schools. The foundation is also deeply involved in helping children who are victims of child prostitution and/or pornography, especially in India but also all around the world. According to Ricky, "This is the biggest problem our society is going to face within the next ten years".
Speaks 5 languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, French & Italian.
Lives in Miami
Is the sponsor of three children in India.
Ranked #42 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for recording on October 16, at 6901 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
Jon Secada, Desmond Child and Emilio Estefan Jr. have all been his music producers for his self-titled album.
His song, "The Cup of Life" was the official theme of the World Cup in France, for 1998.
Welcomed twin sons Matteo and Valentino by gestational surrogate in early August 2008.
Ignore the ignorant.
The homosexual community wants me to be gay. The heterosexual community wants me to be straight. Every [writer] thinks, "I'm the journalist who's going to make him talk". I pray for them. I pray that they get a life and stop living mine!
[asked if he has any aspirations for adopting his own children] I don't know when, but right now I am sponsoring three children in India and we have a very beautiful connection.
[on what he would teach his children] Self-respect and to fight for what you want. I love my dad because he allowed me to do what I wanted, even though he know I wouldn't succeed in some moments. With success or failure, people grows. I wouldn't limit the life of my child, because that way you learn the importance of being realistic.
[how he takes care of himself] I eat everything, that's a problem. I don't have discipline. My favorite dish is the Caribbean. Meat, rice, lots of grains. But I do like to do exercises. Lately, I've been having capoeira classes and lots of cardiovascular exercises, such as jogging and cycling.
Buddha's teaching are very simple, you don't have to break your head to understand the message. The part that I like the most from Buddha's teachings and from His Holiness, The Dalai Lama, is that the most powerful weapon is to not attack, to be able to have self-control.
I don't want to dream anymore, I want my life to be real!
[on Michael Jackson's death] I am very sad. No one will be able to replace him. But I know that the light that he emanated from the stage will live on with all of us who saw him for what he was and always will be - a great teacher, pure musical inspiration.
[3/29/l0, on his official website] Hoy ACEPTO MI HOMOSEXUALIDAD como un regalo que me da la vida. ¡Me siento bendecido de ser quien soy! (I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am.)
Where Are They Now
(July 2003) In Australia promoting his album.
(October 2005) In Australia promoting his new album. Has just come back from Thailand where he was building houses for poor children. ” - markdt4
“ Date of Birth
26 December 1973, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Richard Allen Lehmkuhl
Host of "Coming Out with Reichen." An internet radio show on the fishbowl.com.
A graduate of the Air Force Academy, a captain in the Air Force, a successful entrepreneur, an international model, a writer, a flight instructor, winner of CBS' Amazing Race, a television personality and movie star, a Gay Rights Advocate
Author of the book "Here's What We'll Say" detailing his time at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Announced he is in a relationship with singer Lance Bass. (January 2007) Announced relationship with Lance Bass is over. [July 2006]
Cites On Golden Pond (1981), Soldier's Girl (2003) (TV), and Beetlejuice (1988) as three films that mean a lot to him. ” - markdt4
“ ate of Birth
22 September 1965, New York City, New York, USA
Graduate of Vassar.
Speaks fluent Spanish and French.
Life partner/husband of screenwriter, director, producer Don Roos.
Two children with husband Don Roos, one girl named Eliza, and one boy named Jonah.
Business/Producing partner of Lisa Kudrow. ” - markdt4
Christian Chavez was born on August 7, 1983 in McAllen, TX. At the age of two, he Moved to Mexico City. In 2002,Chávez was cast as Fernando 'Fercho' Lucena in the telenovela Clase 406. The series had four seasons and 350 one-hour episodes in total. In 2005, Chávez joined a new telenovela Rebelde as Juan "Giovanni" Méndez López...
Richard Chamberlain became THE leading heartthrob of early 1960s TV. As the impeccably handsome Dr. Kildare, the slim, butter-haired hunk with the near-perfect Ivy-League charm and smooth, intelligent demeanor, had the distaff fans fawning unwavering over him throughout the series' run. While this would appear to be a dream situation for any new star...
Craig Chester was born in West Covina, California, the son of Cecil, lead singer in the rock band "Whiskey" and Linda, a homemaker. He moved with his family to Carrollton, Texas at the age of twelve when his father accepted a corporate job with Nestlé. At age fifteen, Chester was diagnosed with the congenital facial deformity Long face syndrome...
Wilson Cruz, whose heritage is Puerto Rican, was born in New York City, the eldest of three brothers. Early on, his parents encouraged his interest in the theater. At age seven, Wilson began appearing in plays, among them "Cradle of Fire," "Supporting Cast," "Becoming Memories," and "The Roar of the Greasepaint...
Charlie David has been a host for E! Television, NBC, OutTV, here! TV, Pink TV, EGO, and Life Network on such shows as F.Y.E!
, Spy TV
(2005-2011) and Crash Test Mommy
(2004-2005). He has been the subject of a documentary on the Learning Channel and has appeared as musical guest on VH1, BBC, CBS's The Early Show, and dozens of radio shows...
Jaye was born in Riverside, California in 1968 the son of a Ghanaian father and English mother. The family left for England when Jaye was 2 and a half. Jaye left school at 16 and had been alternately unemployed and doing odd jobs (running for a production company, working in a factory) ever since. Jaye...
Rupert James Hector Everett was born in Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, to Sara (Maclean) and Anthony Michael Everett, a Major in the British Army, who later worked in business. He is of mostly English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry. Everett grew up in privileged circumstances, but the wry, sometimes arrogant...
Writer, actor, comedian, doer of good works, excellent good friend to the famous and not, Fry lives in his London SW1 flat and his Norfolk house when not traveling. Famous for his public declaration of celibacy in the "Tatler" back in the 1980s, Emma Thompson
has characterised her friend as "90 percent gay...
Robert Gant began acting in television commercials and joined the Screen Actors Guild at the age of ten in his home state of Florida. He attended undergrad at the University of Pennsylvania and law school at Georgetown University. While studying law, he never gave up on his true passion, acting, and performed in numerous theatrical productions...
Malcolm Gets was born in Chicago but lived in New Jersey until he was 5. Both of his parents are of English ancestry. His mother, Lispbeth, was a special educationist and his father, Terence, works as a college textbook representative for a Boston-based publisher and runs in many competitve marathons...
John Soursby Glover, Jr., is an American actor, known for a range of villainous roles in films and television, including Lionel Luthor on the Superman-inspired television series Smallville. In 1993 he co-starred in the dark comedy Ed and His Dead Mother with Steve Buscemi and Ned Beatty.Glover was born in Salisbury...
Nickolas Grace was born in England and trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. After repertory experience he appeared in numerous London Stage Productions as well as Shakespeare at Stratford and in New York. He has been in innumerable films, television, plays and radio dramas and musicals. He is also an experienced stage director.
Randy Harrison was born in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA and graduated high school in Atlanta, GA. Harrison began acting as a child eventually receiving a BFA from Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He is best known for his role as Justin Taylor in the Showtime series Queer as Folk
. Other film credits include Such Good People
and Bang Bang You're Dead
Sean Patrick Hayes was born and raised in the Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn, Illinois. His father, Ronald, a lithographer, left the family when Sean was a young child, leaving his mother to raise Sean and his four siblings as a single mother. His mother, Mary, works at a food bank. Sean supported himself as a classical pianist and as a member of a pop band for five years...
Preeminent British classical actor of the first post-Olivier generation, Derek Jacobi was knighted in 1994 for his services to the theatre, and, in fact, is only the second to enjoy the honor of holding TWO knighthoods, Danish and English (Olivier was the other). Modest and unassuming in nature, Jacobi's...
Widely regarded as the one of greatest stage and screen actors both in his native Great Britain and internationally, twice nominated for the Oscar and recipient of every major theatrical award in UK and US, Ian Murray McKellen was born on May 25, 1939 in Burnley, Lancashire, England, to Margery Lois (Sutcliffe) and Denis Murray McKellen...
For such a diminutive (4' 11") frame, character actor Leslie Jordan has a tall propensity for scene-stealing. He hails from the South, as his dead-giveaway drawl quickly exposes, and was raised in a highly conservative, deeply religious atmosphere in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His father, a Lieutenant Colonel with the Army...
Udo Kier was born October 14, 1944 in Cologne, Germany, during World War II. His entrance was just as dramatic as some of his roles. On the evening of his birth Udo's mother requested extra time with her new baby. The nurses had gathered all of the other babies and returned them to the nursery when the hospital was bombed...
T.R. Knight was a member of the acting company of Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater. Roles there included Richard Miller in Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" and Amadeus in Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus". On the New York stage, he portrayed Tim Allgood in "Noises Off", Damis in "Tartuffe", Joe in "This Lime Tree Bower" and Brendan Hilliard in "Anto Scattergood"...
Thomas (Tom) Loren Lenk was born in Westlake Village, California, USA on June 16th, 1976. Tom attended Moorpark College until his junior year, then transferred into UCLA's theater program. It wasn't long before others began to notice Tom's talent, and in 1997 Tom won the Carol Burnett Award and Scholarship...
Peter Paige is an accomplished actor, director, and playwright who has worked on countless theatrical productions in New York and at regional theaters around the country, not to mention numerous television and film projects. Paige lived in seven different states before graduating from high school. Started acting at age six and continued to pursue acting...
David Hyde Pierce
David Hyde Pierce was born on 3 April 1959 in Saratoga Springs, New York, USA. He is the youngest child of George and Laura Pierce (both deceased) and has two older sisters (Barbara and Nancy) and an older brother (Thomas). As a child, he was very interested in music (particularly piano) and regularly played the organ at his local church (Bethesda Episcopal Church)...
Emmy Award-winning television host/actor Jai Rodriguez began his career at age 18 when he was cast in the role of Angel in the critically acclaimed Broadway musical RENT. Jai continued his Broadway career, appearing in shows like The Producers and Spinning Into Butter, and he created and performed the title role of Zanna in the Off-Broadway sensation Zanna...
Born June 9th/1986 in Toronto, Adamo Ruggiero is a television/film/theatre actor and television host. His credits include: Degrassi- The Next Generation (Series, 2002-2008), Make The Yuletide Gay (Feature, 2009), The Neverending Story (Play, 2011) and The Next Star (Series, 2008-2012). Adamo is also...
Born Rupaul Andre Charles on November 17 1960, he grew up in San Diego, learning fashion tips from his mother and three sisters. After some time living in Atlanta doing odd jobs such as a used-car salesman, RuPaul moved to New York by the early '90s. He had begun performing in local Manhattan clubs and became a popular attraction through his various flamboyant acts on stage...
Actor and comedian known for his various roles on film, TV and stage. He was born in Largs, Scotland, in 1953. He has an older brother and a twin sister. His debut film was The Sender
, a horror feature in which he played a patient. His next film was The Bounty
with Mel Gibson
and Anthony Hopkins
Born in 1949, Antony Sher was raised in South Africa before going to London to study at the Webber-Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art between 1969 and 1971. After performing for the theatre group "Gay Sweatshop" in "Thinking Straight" (1975), "The Fork" (1976) and "Stone" (1976), Sher joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1982...
He attended Forest Lake High School and, after graduating, set out for New York to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Sieber made his television series debut in Two of a Kind
. In regional theatre, he has been involved in a string of world premiere musicals, including Randy Newman
's "Faust" at La Jolla Playhouse...
Jason was first introduced to worldwide audiences as Logan Fowler in the hit TV series Baywatch, a Show viewed by a billion people across 142 countries. After 3 years on the show he walked away from Hollywood, and returned to stage school to study theatre, to complete his training with renowned acting teacher Sanford Meisner...
Although primarily known for playing Hikaru Sulu in the television series Star Trek
and the first six features, George Takei has had a varied career acting in television, feature films, live theater and radio. He also is a successful writer and community activist. George Takei was born Hosato Takei on April 20...
BD Wong was born and raised in San Francisco, California. He made his Broadway debut in "M. Butterfly." He is the only actor to be honored with the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Clarence Derwent
Award, and Theater World Award for the same performance. He starred in the television series All-American Girl
Has a twin brother called Rupert and an older sister, Emma. William's mother, Annabel, runs a market garden and lives with his father, Robin, a business man. He represented his school, Wellington College, in rugby, football, basketball, athletics, long jump and triple jump. William went to Exeter University at 19 and received a 2.2 in politics...
Peter Paul Wyngarde was born at the home of an aunt in Marseille, Southern France, and is the son of an English father and French mother. Owing to his father's work as a member of the British Diplomatic Service, Peter spent much of his early childhood moving from one country to another, and was educated in a number of different schools...
Richard Wilson OBE (born Ian Carmichael Wilson; 9 July 1936) is a Scottish actor, theatre director and broadcaster. He played Victor Meldrew in the BBC sitcom One Foot in the Grave. A later role was as Gaius, the court physician of Camelot, in the BBC drama Merlin. Wilson was born in Greenock, Scotland...
Matthew Waterhouse was born the son of a company solicitor. He joined the BBC as a clerk, working in the news and information department, while also pursuing an acting career. His first TV role was as a public schoolboy in "To Serve Them All My Days" (1980). He had not even started working on that programme when he auditoned for and won the role of Adric in Doctor Who...
Paul Vogt from Hairspray Live!
found himself back on NBC where he originally landed Hollywood recognition as the breakout star of The Rerun Show
when he portrayed Mrs. Garrett from "The Facts of Life". Since then, he has become a permanent cast member on MADtv
(FOX's successful late-night...
Tommy Tune is possibly the tallest dancer in the country. He was in the New York Company of "How Now Dow Jones" when Ernest Lehman
engaged him to play Ambrose Kemper in the film, "Hello, Dolly!". His father is a Texas restaurateur. Tommy acted in, directed and choreographed school productions, arrived in New York St...
Scott Thompson was raised in Brampton, Ontario. He is the second oldest of four boys (the others are Craig, Derek and Dean). At 19, Scott got involved in an educational program called "Canada World Youth", and spent some time in the Phillipines. After CWY, Scott enrolled in York University but, in his third year...
J.T. Tepnapa received a bachelor's degree in acting at the University of California, Irvine. He has appeared in many award-winning plays, features, shorts, and commercials, and was awarded The Ticketholder Award for Best Supporting Actor in "Spinning Into Butter" in 2001. In 2001 he directed, wrote...
Singer and actor Josh Strickland, born October 23, 1983, is a native of Charleston, South Carolina. He attended high school at the Charleston County School of the Arts, and graduated from Middleton High School in Charleston. He attended the College of Charleston where he studied voice with Deanna McBroom, who is recognized as one of the Southeast's leading sopranos and voice teachers...
David Ogden Stiers
David Ogden Stiers began his career in San Francisco at the Actors' Workshop and went on to work with John Houseman's Acting Company in New York on such productions as The Beggar's Opera, Measure for Measure, The Hostage and the hit musical The Magic Show. His other theatre work includes performances with the Committee Revue and Theatre...
started his career as a stage actor on Broadway, and then worked his way into films as a stunt performer. Starting in 1995, he began using the name Kevin Spirtas professionally.
More than 30 years of experience in television and film production. Doug is a writer/director/producer and actor. In the summer of 1983 Doug started as the one and only intern/assistant producer to Charlie Rose when Charlie returned to television with his national show. Doug's responsibility was to research...
Born in Carbondale, Illinois, (but raised in Oklahoma), Dirk first came to public attention when he appeared at age 27, in a photo-spread in Playgirl Magazine's "Holiday 1990" issue. This handsome, hairy-chested blond proved unusually popular with readers and when given a chance to select 1992's "Man of the Year"...
Max was born and raised in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He started a professional career in radio, commercial and theatre in his teens. Before moving to New York City, he attended drama school in London where he also made appearances on BBC UK and the West End Stage. He has produced for the stage, the web and most recently for film...
Like a number of British actors of the same generation (John Hurt
and Alan Rickman
, to name two), Roger Rees originally trained for the visual arts. He was born on May 5 1944 in Aberystwyth, Wales, and acted in church and Boy Scouts stage productions while growing up in South London, but studied painting and lithography at the Slade School of Art...
Patrik-Ian Polk (Director, Writer, Producer), attended Brandeis University in Massachusetts and received his undergraduate degree in film and theatre from the University of Southern Mississippi in his hometown of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He then attended graduate film school at the prestigious University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television...