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1. Liam Neeson Liam Neeson Actor, Schindler's List Born on June 7, 1952 in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, UK, Liam Neeson worked as a forklift operator for Guinness, truck driver, assistant architect and an amateur boxer. He had originally sought a career as a teacher by attending St Mary's Teaching College, Newcastle. However, in 1976, Neeson joined...
2. Karl Urban Karl Urban Actor, Star Trek Into Darkness Originally from Wellington, New Zealand, Karl Urban now lives in Auckland. Born on June 7, 1972, he is the son of a leather-goods manufacturer (who had hoped that Karl would follow in his footsteps). His first acting role was when he was 8 -- he had a line on a television series. However, he did not act again until after high school...
3. Michael Cera Michael Cera Actor, Juno Canadian actor Michael Cera was born in Brampton, Ontario, to parents who worked for Xerox. His mother, who is from Quebec, has English, Irish, Scottish, and Dutch ancestry, and his father is Sicilian. Michael is the middle child between two sisters. He was educated at Conestoga Public School, Robert H...
4. Anna Torv Anna Torv Actress, Pilot
5. Larisa Oleynik Larisa Oleynik Actress, 10 Things I Hate About You Larisa grew up in San Francisco. Her big break came when she was eight. She had gotten the part of young Cosette in a production of "Les Miserables". Her costar was Rider Strong, playing Gavroche. The two would be reunited when Larisa guested on Rider's sitcom, Boy Meets World. Larisa's most well known roles are Bianca in 10 Things I Hate About You, and Alex in The Secret World of Alex Mack.
6. Bill Hader Bill Hader Actor, Superbad
7. Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski Actress, Gone Girl Emily Ratajkowski was born in London, and is the daughter of American parents, Kathleen (Balgley), a professor, and John David Ratajkowski, a painter. Her father is of Polish and Irish descent, and her mother is of Polish Jewish descent on one side, and Irish-German descent on the other. Emily traveled a lot and spent most of her childhood in Ireland and Mallorca...
8. Kym Whitley Kym Whitley Actress, I Love You, Man
9. Mark Ryan Mark Ryan Actor, The Prestige Mark Ryan has been combining his acting, singing, writing and Action Direction talents in an eclectic and successful international career ranging over 30 years. He did several major musicals in London's West End, spending 4 years in Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash hit "Evita" playing "Magaldi" and "Che" under the direction of Broadway legend: Hal Prince...
10. Mini Anden Mini Anden Actress, Ocean's Twelve
11. Dean Martin Dean Martin Soundtrack, Goodfellas If there had to be one image for cool, the one man to fit it would be Dean Martin. Born Dino Paul Crocetti in Steubenville, Ohio, he spoke only Italian until age five. Martin came up the hard way, with such jobs as a boxer (named Kid Crochet), a steel mill worker, a gas station worker and a card shark...
12. Bear Grylls Bear Grylls Self, The Island with Bear Grylls
13. Colleen Camp Colleen Camp Actress, Die Hard: With a Vengeance She began working as a juvenile actress at the age of 3 and was eventually 'discovered' while working as a bird trainer at Busch Gardens. She appeared on The Dean Martin Comedy Hour and made her film debut in Battle for the Planet of the Apes. She has since gone on to appear in over 100 major motion pictures and television productions.
14. Helen Baxendale Helen Baxendale Actress, Ordinary Decent Criminal
15. William Forsythe William Forsythe Actor, The Rock Dynamically entertaining heavyset US actor with piercing eyes, William Forsythe has a superb talent for playing some truly unlikeable and downright nasty characters that dominate the films in which he appears! If you're cast as the "hero" against Forsythe's "villain", then you have your work cut out for you...
16. Kim Rhodes Kim Rhodes Actress, Another World Kim Rhodes grew up in Portland, Oregon. She attended Southern Oregon State College and earned her B.F.A. in Acting and graduated summa cum laude. Kim graduated from Temple University with her Masters in Fine Arts (M.F.A.). She is certified in four kinds of stage combat: hand-to-hand, quarterstaff, rapier and dagger...
17. Jordan Fry Jordan Fry Actor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Jordan Fry was a rambunctious young athlete living in a small rural town in central Washington. Within a few months of gaining representation with Carlyne Grager- Dramatic Artists Agency, Jordan had landed his first role as Porter, the grandson of Alan Arkin ,in the film Raising Flagg, directed by Neal Miller...
18. Prince Prince Soundtrack, Batman Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota to mother jazz singer, Mattie Shaw and to father lyricist and pianist, John L. Nelson. Prince's parents separated during his youth which lead him to move back and forth. Prince had a troubled relationship with his step-father which lead him to run away from home...
19. Amy Nuttall Amy Nuttall Actress, The Exiles
20. Judie Aronson Judie Aronson Actress, Weird Science Born in Los Angeles, California, the fourth of five daughters, she was dubbed "the baby with the beat" by her family - a title she earned for her frequent song and dance routines. Aronson began her professional acting career at a young age. In the height of her success, she left acting to attend UCLA as a Theater Arts major...
21. Sarah Parish Sarah Parish Actress, The Holiday
22. Anthony Simcoe Anthony Simcoe Actor, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
23. Dave Navarro Dave Navarro Self, Lemmy Born June 7, 1967 to James Raul 'Mike' Navarro and Constance Colleen Hopkins. His paternal grandfather was an illegal Mexican immigrant; his mother, Constance, was a model and worked on Let's Make a Deal. After his parents divorced when he was seven, Dave moved with his mother to Bel Air, and lived with her until she was murdered in March 1983 by her boyfriend...
24. Jessica Tandy Jessica Tandy Actress, Driving Miss Daisy A beloved, twinkly blue-eyed doyenne of stage and screen, actress Jessica Tandy's career spanned nearly six and a half decades. In that course of time, she enjoyed an amazing film renaissance at age 80, something unheard of in a town that worships youth and nubile beauty. She was born Jessie Alice Tandy in London in 1909...
25. Dean DeBlois Dean DeBlois Writer, How to Train Your Dragon Dean DeBlois is a Canadian writer, director, and producer known best for having co-written and co-directed Disney's Lilo & Stitch and Dreamworks' How to Train Your Dragon, both Oscar nominated. While working as an assistant animator and layout artist for Hinton Animation Studios in Ottawa, Ontario, DeBlois simultaneously attended Sheridan College's three year Classical Animation program...
26. Gia Carides Gia Carides Actress, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Gia Carides has been working as an actress since age 12 in film and in theatre. She has been nomminated twice for her work, in Strictly Ballroom (Best Actress in a Supporting Role AFI Awards) and Brilliant Lies (Best Actress in a Leading Role AFI Awards).She has appeared in as many American films as Australian films, and continues to work in both countries.
27. Anna Kournikova Anna Kournikova Self, A Date with Anna Anna Kournikova was born on 7 June 1981 in Moscow, Russia. At the age of 7, her father began teaching her how to play tennis. Anna practiced everyday. When she was a teenager, she was entered in her first tennis competition. For her looks, Anna became known as the "Britney Spears of Tennis". In 1998...
28. Adrienne Frantz Adrienne Frantz Actress, Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield An accomplished actor, singer and songwriter, Adrienne Frantz currently stars as "Amber Moore" on CBS's popular daytime drama, The Young and the Restless. An outgoing only child, by age three Adrienne was holding private dance recitals in her hometown of Mount Clemens, Michigan. In spite of a busy schedule of dance...
29. Francis Magee Francis Magee Actor, Layer Cake Francis Magee was raised in Ireland and on the Isle of Man. He spent eight years as a fisherman before becoming an actor and has also been a member of several music groups including Namoza - who released four singles and an album - and Disco D'Oro. He studied acting at the Poor School at London's Kings...
30. Tom Jones Tom Jones Self, Mars Attacks! Born in Pontypridd, South Wales, in 1940 to a traditional coal-mining family, he began singing at an early age in church and in the school choir. Left school at 16 and was married, having a son a year later. He brought in money for his family from an assortment of jobs, singing in pubs at night. By 1963...
31. Ken Osmond Ken Osmond Actor, Leave It to Beaver Forever tagged as the unctuous, trouble-making truant Eddie Haskell on the quintessential 50s family show Leave It to Beaver, actor Ken Osmond did not manage much of a career after the stereotype. So inextricably typed was he that he gave up on any semblance of a career within a short time after the series' cancellation...
32. Cathy Baron Cathy Baron Actress, In Time
33. Hope Summers Hope Summers Actress, Rosemary's Baby Versatile, dark-haired actress Hope Summers could portray a friendly neighbor or companion as she did for Frances Bavier's Aunt Bee character on many episodes of The Andy Griffith Show or a deceptive threat as her witch character proved to be to John Cassavetes' quivering pregnant wife in Rosemary's Baby...
34. Ronald Pickup Ronald Pickup Actor, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
35. Alex McGregor Alex McGregor Actress, Heroes and Villains
36. Pamela Susan Shoop Pamela Susan Shoop Actress, Halloween II A veteran character actress with a prolific career, Pamela Susan Shoop began acting while in her teens and established herself as a television regular in the early seventies. Since that time, she has appeared in several guest spots on a variety of television programs while occasionally working in theatrical films...
37. James Ivory James Ivory Director, The Remains of the Day The main part of his few movies were filmed in the quarter of a century in which he worked closely together with the Indian producer Ismail Merchant and the German writer Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. His first films are all set in India and are very much influenced by the style of Satyajit Ray and Jean Renoir...
38. Danielle Petty Danielle Petty Actress, Zombie Nation She was born in Bellevue Washington. Her grandmother introduced her to the world of acting in her tavern, singing and dancing with her sister and cousins. When Ron Howard and Mickey Rourke came to shoot a movie on her grandparents house in Issaquah, Washington, she was given her first film role. This experience brought the light to what she wanted to do for the rest of her life...
39. Amrita Rao Amrita Rao Actress, Main Hoon Na Amrita was born in the Rao family on June 7, 1986 in Mumbai, She speaks Konkani. She comes from a well to do Hindu family. Her dad owns an Advertising Agency. Amrita did not want to purse any career with Bollywood as she wanted to graduate in psychology, which she eventually did. No stranger to cameras and bright lights...
40. Necro Necro Director, The Devil Made Me Do It Born in Brooklyn, New York, raised in the Glenwood Projects, Flatbush/Canarsie section of Brooklyn. Started playing music, first guitar, at as early as 9 years old, performing with a band on stage by 11 years old, frequently playing clubs like L'mours opening for bigger bands. Attended South Shore High School up until 10th grade where he was kicked out for continuous fighting...
41. Cassidy Rae Cassidy Rae Actress, Favorite Deadly Sins Cassidy was discovered at age 14 by a talent agent in Florida and started modeling and acting in commercials. She got a one year scholarship at the Huntington Film Institute in Orlando, which led to a part in the Nickelodeon series Clarissa Explains It All. She then (1993) moved to Los Angeles together with her mother Amy to start an acting career...
42. Damaine Radcliff Damaine Radcliff Actor, Step Up Out of the Highbridge section of the northern Bronx borough is the up-and-comer Damaine Radcliff. As a youth he was thought to have potentially excelled in two areas other than acting. While at IS 229 he was a part of the nationally ranked chess team (which coincidentally became a movie). His athletic prowess then shone as he became an All-City basketball star at Samuel Gompers High School...
43. Virginie Le Brun Virginie Le Brun Actress, I, Frankenstein
44. Virginia McKenna Virginia McKenna Actress, Born Free Talented flaxen-blonde British star combined her deep loves for acting and for wildlife throughout most her adult life. Born in London, England on June 7, 1931, her family possessed a sturdy theatrical background. Mother Anne was a jazz pianist, composer and cabaret performer while father Terry, an auctioneer, had relatives in the arts including actress Fay Compton and author Compton MacKenzie...
45. Susie Feldman Susie Feldman Self, Reunited
46. Mick Foley Mick Foley Self, Beyond the Mat Michael Francis Foley was born on June 7th, 1965, in Long Island, New York. Nicknamed Mick by his father, a lifelong Yankees and Mickey Mantle fan, he attended college in upstate New York, he hitchiked to New York City to see a wrestling match between Jimmy Snuka ('Superfly' Jimmy Snuka) and Don Muraco that convinced him he wanted to be a professional wrestler...
47. Adam Buxton Adam Buxton Actor, Hot Fuzz
48. Robert Trebor Robert Trebor Actor, Universal Soldier
49. Kathryn Meisle Kathryn Meisle Actress, One Life to Live
50. Macha Grenon Macha Grenon Actress, Barney's Version
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