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Celebrities Module List Page (2)Aileen Quinn
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Aileen Quinn ) is an American actress, singer and dancer. She is best known for her role as Annie Bennett Warbucks in the 1982 film Annie.

After obtaining an agent, Quinn won a small role in the film Paternity and commercial work in New York City. She began appearing in television commercials including Planters Cheez Balls, Shake ‘n Bake and Northern Bathroom Tissue. At age 8 she landed the role in New York City of the "swing orphan" (understudy to all of the orphans except Molly and Annie) in the Broadway production of AnnieAfter eight auditions over the course of a year, and up against over 8,000 other competitors, Quinn received the title role in the 1982 movie Annie, directed by John Huston. Annie earned Quinn two Golden Globe nominations, a win for "Best Actress" from the Youth in Film Awards, and a Razzie for "Worst New Star". Aileen was 9 years old when she was cast as AnnieAileen Quinn was under contract for several years with Columbia Pictures to make other Annie sequels which never materialized. During this time, she continued performing in lead roles in regional theater in such shows as The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Bye, Bye Birdie (Kim), Annie (Annie), Shenandoah (Jenny), and A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine (Harpo). She also lent her voice to two animated cartoon specials which aired on national television, The Charmkins and The Wizard of Oz. The Annie film soundtrack album went double platinum, and subsequently Quinn released her own album, Bobby's Girl, in 1982. Soon after that release, she starred as Princess Zora in the classic fairy tale The Frog Prince, which was released on videocassette and aired on the Disney Channel After graduation from college, Quinn once again took to the stage. In 1994, she appeared as Bette in Oliver! at Paper Mill Playhouse. She toured the US for more than five years with three Broadway national tours: Fiddler on the Roof (Chava), Peter Pan (Tootles/Jane) and Saturday Night Fever (Annette). She studied Shakespeare in London, where she appeared in As You Like It and Twelfth Night at LAMDA. Off-Broadway productions include Dreamstuff (Princess), Creature (Elizabeth) and Yiddle With a Fiddle (Yiddle). Regional theater credits up to the present include The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Molly), That Was Then (World Premiere Play-April Gregory), and Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother Quinn appeared in a few small roles in independent films between 2006 and 2010, most notably portraying Lily in Annie at Theatre Aspen. She hosted Generation Gap, an interactive sitcom used to teach kids how to resolve conflicts. It was written and directed by filmmaker Edna Harris and aired on PBS in 2004. Quinn played a minor role in the 2009 film Multiple Sarcasms which stars Timothy Hutton and Mira Sorvino.Quinn is an adjunct theater professor at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey Some of the school's campus was the site of the film version of Annie. She was awarded an honorary degree from Monmouth University in 2009. She has her own band, Aileen Quinn and The Leapin' Lizards. Quinn met her bandmates after a neighbor heard her singing in her apartment, then introduced Quinn to the other musicians. They released their first album, Spin Me, in 2015.
Celebrities Module List Page (3)Brock Powell
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Brock Powell is known forBeing the Kool Aid man Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (2019), Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard (2018) and Milo Murphy's Law (2016).

Brock Powell is known forBeing the Kool Aid man Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (2019), Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard (2018) and Milo Murphy's Law (2016).
Celebrities Module List Page (4)C. D. Barnes
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C. D. Barnes, is an American actor and writer. He is best known for his voice role as the title superhero of the 1990s animated series Spider-Man (1994–1998) and as Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid (1989) as well as his on-screen portrayal of Greg Brady in the films The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Sequel (1996).

He starred in 22 episodes of the science fiction series Starman (1986–1987) as the 14-year-old son of the title character played by Robert Hays. He played Leonard on Malcolm and Eddie (1998–2000).In the 1986–1987 series Starman, he played the teenage boy Scott, the son of the Starman. He starred in the NBC sitcom Day by Day for two seasons. In one episode's dream sequence which included many guest stars from The Brady Bunch, he played a fourth Brady son, "Chuck Brady". He later played Greg Brady in the Brady Bunch parody movies. He starred as Leonard Rickets in the sitcom Malcolm & Eddie.He appeared in Beverly Hills, 90210, Clueless, Wings, Blossom, JAG, American Dreamer, The Golden Girls, Touched by an Angel, Herman's Head, Time Trax, 7th Heaven, Empty Nest, Girlfriends, CBS Schoolbreak Special and ABC Weekend Specials.At age 16 in 1989, Barnes voiced Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid and reprised the role in 2006 for Kingdom Hearts II. He was unable to return for the sequel The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea in 2000 and was replaced by Rob Paulsen. He voiced Prince Charming in the Cinderella sequels Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and Cinderella III: A Twist in TimeVocally, Barnes is best known for his main role in the 1994–1998 Spider-Man series He later provided the voice of Spider-Man Noir in the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions,Spider-Man 2099 in the 2011 video game Spider-Man: Edge of Time, Electro, Spyder-Knight and Wolf Spider in the 2012 cartoon series Ultimate Spider-Man, and also voiced two special costumes, Symbiote Spider-Man and Superior Spider-Man 2.0, in the 2013 video game Marvel Heroes He reprised his role of Electro and voiced Vulture in the Mobile game Spider-Man UnlimitedHe has done voices for other animated series including several characters in Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Tagert McStone in Jackie Chan Adventures, Stripes the Tiger in Sonic Underground,[7] and also voiced adult Speckles from Speckles: The Tarbosaurus.
Celebrities Module List Page (5)Edan Gross
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Edan Gross is a former child actor. He appeared in many guest spots on television programs in the 1980s and 1990s including Cheers, Murphy Brown, The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Newhart, Highway to Heaven, Married... with Children, Northern Exposure, and Herman's Head.

He was also featured as a regular on the short-lived sitcoms Sweet Surrender (NBC, 1987), Free Spirit (ABC, 1989–1990) and Walter & Emily (NBC, 1991–1992). Additionally, Gross was the voice of the Good Guy dolls in Child's Play, the "Corky doll" from the Cricket doll series, the title character of the animated series Little Dracula, Flounder on the animated series The Little Mermaid[3] and Waif in the computer game Return to Zork.He also voiced Tyrone Turtle on Tiny Toon Adventures, Christopher Robin on the Christmas special Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too, Merton on the ABC Weekend Special Runaway Ralph, Bitsy on the Yogi Bear special Yogi's Great Escape and did various voices on The Ren and Stimpy Show, TaleSpin, Pound Puppies, ProStars, Timeless Tales from Hallmark, Superman and Wally on the television special The Halloween Tree.
Celebrities Module List Page (6)Jennifer Elise Cox
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Jennifer Elise Cox is an American actress known for her satirical portrayal of Jan Brady in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel.

In 1995, Cox won over the role she became widely known for middle-child Jan Brady in the film The Brady Bunch Movie, a pastiche role she originated off-Broadway in The Real Live Brady Bunch. Speaking of the cast, "We instantly bonded", said Cox. "We instantly thought of each other as family, as The Brady Bunch."The film opened at #1 at the box office with $14,827,066 and grossed $46,576,136, in the Cox's performance was praise.Patrick Phillips from Pop Culture Tonight called her performance "excellent, yet underrated"While a reviewer from The Motion Pictures stated "Cox pulls off all of [The] nuttiness perfectly. She is without a doubt the best part of the movie." A week after the Brady bunch movie's opening she had a guest spot on The George Wendt Show. The same year she reprised her role as Jan Brady for the TV series Wings, and portrayed Shannon, a student at the women's studies program, on the TV series Murphy Brown.In 1996, she costarred alongside Michael Gross and Hilary Swank in the horror film Sometimes They Come Back... Again, reprised her role of Jan Brady in the Brady Bunch sequel A Very Brady Sequel, and guest starred on an episode of The Parent 'Hood.In 1998, she had a recurring role as social outcast Felice on the sitcom Clueless, and reprised her role of Jan Brady on the TV series Moesha. That year she also had small bits in the films Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Can't Hardly Wait.[citation needed]In 1999, she signed on to star alongside Jean Smart in Tiara Tango, later retitled Forever Fabulous. The film went through a troubled history while being made, as actresses Cathy Moriarty and Suzanne Pleshette both had parts before quitting due to massive rewrites of the script. The film struggled with money and due to budget constraints, an entire scene had to be eliminated and rewritten. Cox stated she didn't even receive a salary for recording the film's voice-over narration. The film premiered at the 1999 Austin Film Festival. Cox had a small role in the film EdTV.In 2000, she guest starred on an episode of Sex and the City, and on an episode of Will & Grace. It took several takes just for Will & Grace star Debra Messing to get past the first line of Cox's character, Nurse Pitman. Messing would later tell US Weekly this was because she couldn't "look at her without seeing Jan Brady."Cox then became a main cast member on Hype, an American sketch comedy television series on The WB,In 2005, she appeared on three episodes of Six Feet Under, two episodes of Twins, and one episode of The Comeback.In August 2006, she began playing the recurring role of receptionist Tiffany Riley Clarke on Lovespring International. However, the show was cancelled months later. Soon after, she was cast as Amy Anderson, a recurring role on the improvised American comedy series 10 Items or Less. She would go on to play the character till 2009, when this show was cancelled.In 2009, she made five appearances on the Lifetime original sitcom Rita Rocks. She was in talks to play the character more for the next season, however Lifetime canceled the series. The next year she played a small role in the film The Back-Up Plan.In 2011, she had roles on multiple films, Balls to the Wall, Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury, Eating Out: The Open Weekend, A Holiday Engagement and Spooky Buddies. She also had a recurring role on Pretty the Series, and she joined the cast of Web Therapy as the recurring role of Gina Spinks. She would play Gina until August 11, 2015, when Showtime cancelled the series after four seasons.
Celebrities Module List Page (7)Joanna Cassidy
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Joanna Cassidy is an American actress. She is known for her roles as the replicant Zhora Salome in Blade Runner (1982) and Dolores in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). She has won a Golden Globe Award, was nominated for three Emmy Awards and also was nominated for a Saturn Award and Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Cassidy also has starred in films such as Under Fire (1983), The Fourth Protocol (1987), The Package (1989), Where the Heart Is (1990), Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991), Vampire in Brooklyn (1995), and Ghosts of Mars (2001). From 2001 to 2005, she played Margaret Chenowith on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination. From 2011 to 2013, she played Joan Hunt on the ABC series Body of Proof, and from 2010 to 2013 starred in the HBO Canada comedy series Call Me Fitz for which she won two Canadian Screen Awards.Cassidy's first film appearance was in The Outfit (1973). She appeared in a 1973 Smokey Bear public service announcement (PSA) and on such television series as Mission: Impossible, Starsky & Hutch and Taxi. She had a small role in Stay Hungry (1976), a film about bodybuilding that featured a young Arnold Schwarzenegger. Cassidy was considered for the role of Wonder Woman for a television series, but lost it to Lynda Carter. She co-starred in the film Our Winning Season (1978). Her first regular role was as sheriff's pilot Morgan Wainwright in the action-adventure series 240-Robert (1979), although the series only lasted for two abbreviated seasons. Afterwards, Cassidy continued to appear in guest roles in series such as Dallas and Falcon Crest, as well as a regular role on the short-lived sitcom Buffalo Bill (1983) (for which she earned a Golden Globe Award). She starred on the short-lived NBC television series Code Name: Foxfire (1985).In 1982, Cassidy had her first major feature film role as the replicant snake performer Zhora Salome in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner The following year, she co-starred in Under Fire with Gene Hackman and Nick Nolte. She continued to appear in both films and television; she co-starred in the television miniseries Hollywood Wives (1985), and appeared in The Fourth Protocol (1987), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), 1969, The Package (1989), Where the Heart Is (1990) and Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991). In 1993, she co-starred with Dudley Moore on the sitcom Dudley, but the series only lasted for six episodes. She played the ex-wife of James Garner's lead character in the television movie, The Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A. (1994).Her other screen credits from this era include Barbarians at the Gate (1993), the miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's The Tommyknockers (1993), and Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn (1995). Cassidy also provided the voice of Inspector Maggie Sawyer on The WB series Superman: The Animated Series, and had recurring guest roles on television series such as L.A. Law, Melrose Place, Diagnosis: Murder, and The District.Since 2000, Cassidy has appeared in the film Ghosts of Mars (2001) directed by John Carpenter, and had a recurring role as Margaret Chenowith on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under, for which she received an Emmy Award nomination. In 2004, she guest-starred in two episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise as T'Les (the Vulcan mother of Enterprise crewmember T'Pol), and she had a recurring role as Beverly Bridge on the series Boston Legal in 2006. She voiced the villainess Hecubah in the computer game Nox (2000) and once again voiced the character of Maggie Sawyer in the 2002 video game Superman: Shadow of Apokolips.In the spring of 2007, Cassidy donned Zhora's costume once more, 25 years after the release of Blade Runner, to recreate a climactic scene from the film for the fall 2007 Final Cut release of the film. In the original 1982 release, a stunt performer played out Zhora's death scene, with the physical differences between the performer and Cassidy very evident (including the stuntwoman wearing a different wig). For the Final Cut, Cassidy's head was digitally transposed onto footage of the stunt performer, making the death scene fit continuity. According to the DVD featurette, All Our Variant Futures, it was Cassidy herself who suggested this be done; she is captured on video making the suggestion during filming of a retrospective interview related to Blade Runner.In the second season of the NBC series Heroes, she is seen in a photo of the 12 senior members of the show's mysterious company. Beyond appearances in photographs, the actress first appeared as Victoria Pratt in the 10th episode of season two, "Truth & Consequences", during which her character was killed.In 2008–2009, Cassidy appeared in episodes of Ghost Whisperer, Desperate Housewives, Law & Order: UK, and was also seen in the recurring guest role of Amanda Hawthorne, the mother-in-law of Jada Pinkett Smith's eponymous character on the medical drama Hawthorne.In 2011, Cassidy began to appear in a recurring role on the ABC series Body of Proof as Judge Joan Hunt, the mother of Megan Hunt, Dana Delany's character on the series. The series was canceled by ABC after three seasons in May 2013. In 2015, Cassidy was cast as a main character in the Bravo scripted series Odd Mom Out. She plays the role of Candace Von Weber, a snobbish Upper East Side socialite and mother-in-law to the show's protagonist Jill Weber (Jill Kargman)The series was canceled in 2017. In 2019, she co-starred in the Amazon Prime miniseries Too Old to Die Young and later had a recurring role on NCIS: New Orleans.
Celebrities Module List Page (8)Lou Ferrigno
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Lou Ferrigno is an American actor and retired professional bodybuilder. As a bodybuilder, Ferrigno won an IFBB Mr. America title and two consecutive IFBB Mr. Universe titles; and appeared in the documentary film Pumping Iron. As an actor, he is best known for his title role in the CBS television series The Incredible Hulk and vocally reprising the role in subsequent animated and computer-generated incarnations. He has also appeared in European-produced fantasy-adventures such as Sinbad of the Seven Seas and Hercules, and as himself in the sitcom The King of Queens and the 2009 comedy I Love You, Man.

Ferrigno started weight training at age 13, citing body builder and Hercules star Steve Reeves as one of his role models Because he could not afford to buy weights, he made his own using a broomstick and pails which he partially filled with cement He was also a fan of the Hercules films that starred Reeves.After graduating from high school in 1969, Ferrigno won his first major title, IFBB Mr. America. Four years later, he won the title IFBB Mr. Universe. Early in his career he lived in Columbus, Ohio and trained with Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 1974, he came in second on his first attempt at the Mr. Olympia competition. He came in third the following year, and his attempt to beat Arnold Schwarzenegger was the subject of the 1977 documentary Pumping Iron. The documentary made Ferrigno famous.These victories, however, did not provide enough income for him to earn a living. His first paying job was as a $10-an-hour sheet metal worker in a Brooklyn factory, where he worked for three years. He did not enjoy the dangerous work, and left after a friend and co-worker accidentally cut off his own hand.Following this, Ferrigno left the competition circuit for many years, a period that included a brief stint as a defensive lineman for the Toronto Argonauts in the Canadian Football League. He had never played football, and was cut after two games. Ferrigno left the world of Canadian football after he broke the legs of a fellow player during a scrimmageDuring competition, Ferrigno stood at almost 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m He weighed in at 268 lb (130 kg) in 1975, and 315 lb (142 kg) in 1992Ferrigno competed in the first annual World's Strongest Man competition in 1977, where he finished fourth in a field of eight competitors.In the early 1990s, Ferrigno returned to bodybuilding, competing for the 1992 and 1993 Mr. Olympia titles. Finishing 12th and 10th, respectively, he then turned to the 1994 Masters Olympia, where his attempt to beat Robbie Robinson and Boyer Coe was the subject of the 1996 documentary Stand Tall. After this, he retired from competition1977–2008In 1977, Ferrigno was cast as the Hulk in The Incredible Hulk. Despite the fact that they were rarely on camera together Ferrigno and Bill Bixby – who played the Hulk's "normal" alter ego – became friends; Ferrigno has described Bixby as a "mentor" and "father figure" who took him under his wing. Ferrigno also singles out the instances in which Bixby directed Ferrigno in some episodes as particularly memorable.[Ferrigno continued playing the Hulk role until 1981—although the last two episodes were not broadcast until May 1982. Later, he and Bixby co-starred in three The Incredible Hulk TV movies.In November 1978 and again in May 1979 Ferrigno appeared in Battle of the Network Stars. He portrayed the titular character in the 1983 science fantasy adventure film Hercules, and received mixed-to-negative reviews for his performance. He was, however, praised by Marylynn Uricchio, a film critic for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Andy Brack of Charleston City Paper. Gary Allen Smith, author of the book Epic Films, complimented Ferrigno's physical strength and aesthetics in the film: "At 6'5" and 262 pounds, he is a massive and thoroughly convincing Hercules"In 2014, Decider named Ferrigno the tenth "hottest onscreen Hercules ever".In 1983, Ferrigno appeared as John Six on the short-lived medical drama Trauma Center.Ferrigno played himself during intermittent guest appearances on the CBS sitcom The King of Queens, beginning in 2000 and continuing until the program's conclusion in 2007. He and his wife Carla were depicted as the main characters' next-door neighbors. Because of his role as the title character on The Incredible Hulk, he is often the target of Hulk jokes by Doug and his friends.He made cameo appearances as a security guard in both the 2003 film Hulk and the 2008 film The Incredible Hulk, in which he also voiced the Hulk In the latter film, Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) bribes him with a pizza in order to gain entry into a university building. He then went on to voice the Hulk in other Marvel Cinematic Universe films, uncredited.He continued to be known as the voice of the Hulk until 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron. Ferrigno has since been replaced by Mark Ruffalo as the voice of Hulk in subsequent films.
Celebrities Module List Page (9)Matt McCoy
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Matt McCoy is an American actor. His credits include The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach and Police Academy 6: City Under Siege as Sgt. Nick Lassard, DeepStar Six as Jim Richardson, in L.A. Confidential as Brett Chase, and as Lloyd Braun on TV's Seinfeld.

Since starring as Sgt. Nick Lassard in Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach (1988) and Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989), his motion picture credits have included White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II (1993), the Curtis Hanson films The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992) and L.A. Confidential (1997) as well as the action comedy National Security (2003) alongside Martin Lawrence and Steve Zahn.He has worked regularly on television. His credits include starring in the sitcom We Got It Made, and guest appearances on The Love Boat; Murder, She Wrote; Star Trek: The Next Generation; The Golden Girls; The Nanny; L.A. Law; Melrose Place; NYPD Blue; Chicago Hope; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; Six Feet Under; The West Wing; Carnivàle; CSI: NY, Silicon Valley; True Detective; Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; Reba and Huff. He played Lloyd Braun in two episodes of Seinfeld. He appeared in three Bigfoot-themed movies: Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter (1994), Little Bigfoot (1997) and Abominable (2006).
Celebrities Module List Page (10)Michael Oliver
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Michael Oliver is an American former child actor.Oliver is best known for his role as "Junior" in the first two Problem Child movies. He also played Sam Dalton In Dillinger and Capone in 1995.

When Problem Child was released in 1990, Oliver's appearance reminded people of a young Ron Howard as "Opie Taylor" in the Andy Griffith Show. It became a "surprise hit," spawned two sequels and an animated series. Problem Child 2 followed in 1991; however, On a 2011 episode of the radio show Loveline, Oliver called in while former co-star Gilbert Gottfried was guest hosting. On the 20th anniversary of both Problem Child and Problem Child 2, it was the first time the two actors have spoken to each other since 1991.
Celebrities Module List Page (11)Olivia Hack
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Olivia Hack is an American actress, best known for providing the voice of Rhonda Wellington Lloyd in Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold!, and for playing Cindy Brady in the 1990s theatrical Brady Bunch films. She has also done voice work for Fillmore!, Bratz as Cloe, Family Guy, Blood+ and Avatar: The Last Airbender as Ty Lee. She appeared in Star Trek Generations, Party of Five and Gilmore Girls.

As a child actress, Hack appeared in her first commercial spot when she was eight months old.Entertainment Weekly noted the authenticity of Hack's reprisal of Cindy in the 1990s Brady Bunch films, and the New York Daily News made positive comparisons of Hack's work to that of Susan Olsen's Cindy from the original television series.In both 2000 and 2001, Hack received Young Artist Awards nominations for 'Best Performance in a Voice-Over: TV/Film/Video' for her work in the series Hey Arnold!.
Celebrities Module List Page (12)Paul Sutera
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Paul Sutera is an actor, known for True Romance (1993), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Sequel (1996).

Paul Sutera is an actor, known for True Romance (1993), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Sequel (1996).
Celebrities Module List Page (13)Phil Morris
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Phil Morris is an American actor. He played Jackie Chiles on Seinfeld, John Jones on The CW series Smallville and Silas Stone in Doom Patrol. He also voiced Doc Saturday on The Secret Saturdays and Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet in Atlantis: The Lost Empire and related media.

His father was best known for appearing in the TV series Mission: Impossible, during the show's full run from 1966 to 1973. His father was friends with other successful African American actors, including Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby, and Phil grew up viewing them as role models. His father was also good friends with Mission: Impossible lead Peter Graves, whom Morris came to consider his acting mentor.Morris's first acting role was as a child when he appeared in the 1966 Star Trek episode "Miri." Star Trek was, at the time, shot at the same studio (Desilu Productions) that produced Mission: Impossible.He made his feature film debut in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock in a small role and later guest starred on Babylon 5, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager.In the mid-1980s, he portrayed law student (later attorney) Tyrone Jackson in The Young and the Restless. During a major storyline, his character used heavy theatrical make-up to appear Caucasian, in order to go undercover to expose an organized crime organization. In the 1990s, Morris played a recurring character, the Johnnie Cochran-inspired defense attorney Jackie Chiles, on the comedy Seinfeld. The episode "The Abstinence" depicts Chiles suing a tobacco company, which Morris said he took great pleasure in, having been made fun of his whole life due to having the same name as the tobacco brand Philip Morris Morris also co-starred in the TV remake of Mission: Impossible as tech wizard Grant Collier (son of Barney Collier, who was played in the original series by Morris's real-life father Greg Morris). He voiced the supporting role of Dr. Sweet in Disney's 2001 film Atlantis: The Lost Empire as well as its 2003 sequel, Atlantis: Milo's Return. He played one of Will Smith's college professors on the NBC show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and played Dr. Clay Spencer on the then-UPN television show Girlfriends.Morris portrayed the DC Comics superhero Martian Manhunter on the TV series Smallville, starting in the sixth-season episode "Labyrinth" in 2007. He reprised that role on the show's sixth-season finale, as well as the episodes "Bizarro" and "Cure" in the seventh season, the episodes "Odyssey", "Prey" and "Bulletproof" in the eighth season, and the episodes "Absolute Justice", "Checkmate" and "Salvation" in the ninth season.As a voice actor, he portrayed the villains Imperiex on Legion of Superheroes, and as the Immortal Caveman Vandal Savage on Justice League and Justice League: Doom. He voiced W'Kabi in the animated series Black Panther. He appeared on one episode each of the series CSI: Miami He also voices Plank in the Sofia the First episode "The Floating Palace", Green Arrow and Hawkman in the film Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League and Vandal Savage in the film Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash.
Celebrities Module List Page (14)Susan George
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The illustrious career of Susan George began at an early age. By the time she was 12 she had already filmed the same number of television plays and many more commercials.Throughout the seventies /eighties her face was rarely away from British television screens and at just 17, she won her first starring film role opposite Michael York in "The Strange Affair", then Charles Bronson in "Lola".

In 1972, she landed what was to become her most iconic film role, starring opposite Dustin Hoffman in Sam Peckinpah’s Straw Dogs. Susan’s performance as Amy, Hoffman’s young wife, was revered worldwide and catapulted her to International stardom.Then various oter films including "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry", "Mandingo", "Tintorera: The Killer Shark" and "A Small Town in Texas", to name a few.Susan continues to act and raises horses on her farm.
Celebrities Module List Page (15)Tim Curry
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Tim Curry is an English actor and singer. He rose to prominence for his portrayal of Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the film The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), reprising the role he had originated in the 1973 London and 1974 Los Angeles musical stage productions of The Rocky Horror Show.

Curry's other stage work includes various roles in the original West End production of Hair, Tristan Tzara in the 1975 West End and Broadway productions of Travesties, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the 1980 Broadway production of Amadeus, Alan Swann in the Broadway production of My Favourite Year, and King Arthur in Broadway and West End productions of Spamalot from 2005 to 2007. His theatre accolades include three Tony Award nominations and two Laurence Olivier Award nominations.Curry received further acclaim for his film and television roles, including Rooster Hannigan in the film adaptation of Annie (1982), Darkness in Legend (1985), Wadsworth in Clue (1985), Pennywise in the miniseries It (1990), the Concierge in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), Cardinal Richelieu in The Three Musketeers (1993), and Long John Silver in Muppet Treasure Island (1996). He has also gained acclaim for his voice acting roles, including his Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance as Captain Hook on Peter Pan & the Pirates (1990–1991), Hexxus in FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992), Sir Nigel Thornberry on The Wild Thornberrys (1998–2004), and Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious on Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2012–2014).As a singer, Curry has released three rock-focused studio albums: Read My Lips (1978), Fearless (1979), and Simplicity (1981)Curry's first full-time role was as part of the original London cast of the musical Hair in 1968, where he met Richard O'Brien, who went on to write Curry's next full-time role, that of Dr. Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (1973). Curry recalled his first encounter with the project:Originally, Curry rehearsed the character with a German accent and peroxide blond hair, and later, with an American accent. In March 2005, in an interview with Terry Gross of NPR's Fresh Air, he explains that he decided to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter with an English accent after listening to an English woman say, "Do you have a house in town or a house in the country", and decided, "Yes, [Dr. Frank-N-Furter] should sound like the Queen".Curry originally thought the character was merely a laboratory doctor dressed in a white lab coat. However, at the suggestion of director Sharman, the character evolved into the diabolical mad scientist and transvestite with an upper-class Belgravia accent. This change carried over to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which made Curry a household name and gave him a cult following. He continued to play the character in London, Los Angeles, and New York City until 1975.In an interview with NPR, Curry called Rocky Horror a "rite of passage", and added that the film is "a guaranteed weekend party to which you can go with or without a date and probably find one if you don't have one, and it's also a chance for people to try on a few roles for size, you know? Figure out, help them maybe figure out their own sexuality".In 2016, Curry played The Criminologist in the television film remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.After The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Curry began to appear in many films, acting in supporting roles, such as Robert Graves in the British horror film The Shout, as Johnny LaGuardia in Times Square, as Daniel Francis "Rooster" Hannigan in the 1982 film version of Annie, and as Jeremy Hancock in the political film The Ploughman's Lunch.In 1985, Curry starred in the fantasy film Legend as The Lord of Darkness. Director Ridley Scott cast Curry in the film after watching him in Rocky Horror, thinking he was ideal to play the role of Darkness. It took five and a half hours to apply the makeup needed for Darkness onto Curry and at the end of the day, he would spend an hour in a bath in order to liquefy the soluble spirit gum. The same year, he appeared in the comedy mystery film Clue as Wadsworth the butler.After this, Curry began to be cast in more comedy roles throughout the late 1980s and '90s such as Rev. Ray Porter in Pass the Ammo, Dr. Thornton Poole in Oscar, the suspicious Plaza Hotel concierge in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Jigsaw in Loaded Weapon 1 and as Long John Silver in Muppet Treasure Island. Although he featured in mostly comedies throughout the '90s, he did appear in some action films, such as the thriller The Hunt for Red October as Dr. Yevgeniy Petrov, the 1993 adaptation of The Three Musketeers as Cardinal Richelieu, in the superhero film The Shadow as Farley Claymore, and as Herkermer Homolka in the 1995 action adventure Congo He also starred in the 1998 direct-to-video film Addams Family Reunion playing the role of Gomez Addams.In the early 2000s, Curry was cast in the film adaptation of Charlie's Angels in the role of Roger Corwin, and in the parody film Scary Movie 2 playing Professor Oldman. Curry went on to play Thurman Rice, a supporting role in the biographical film Kinsey. In later years, Curry has mostly performed voice roles for animated films and television series. His last feature film onscreen role to date has been in the British black comedy Burke & Hare as Alexander MonroCurry started his career with small roles in television series, such as Eugene in Napoleon and Love, and guest roles in Armchair Theatre and Play for Today including as 'Glen' in Dennis Potter's "Schmoedipus".Curry also appeared in the "Dead Dog Records" storyline of the television series crime drama Wiseguy, as Winston Newquay. He also had recurring roles on the short-lived science fiction television series Earth 2 and the sitcom Rude Awakening.He has also guest starred on other series such as The Tracey Ullman Show, Roseanne, Tales from the Crypt (which earned him an Emmy award nomination), The Naked Truth, Lexx, Monk, Will & Grace, Psych, Agatha Christie's Poirot and Criminal Minds.Curry also performed in many television films and miniseries, including Three Men in a Boat, the titular role in Will Shakespeare, playing the role of Bill Sikes in a television adaptation of Oliver Twist, Blue Money, The Worst Witch, Titanic, Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic, Alice, Jackie's Back, Return to Cranford, and many more.Although Curry has appeared in numerous television series throughout his career he has only had lead roles in two live-action series: Over the Top, a sitcom that he also produced, and the revival series of Family Affair. Both were cancelled after one season.One of Curry's best-known television roles (and best-known roles overall) is as Pennywise the Clown in the 1990 horror miniseries Stephen King's It. Aside from one Fangoria interview in 1990, Curry never publicly acknowledged his involvement in It until an interview with Moviefone in 2015, where he called the role of Pennywise "a wonderful part", giving his blessing to successor Will Poulter; Poulter was set to play the character in the reboot, although ultimately dropped out. Bill Skarsgård replaced Poulter, and while being interviewed at Fan Expo Canada, Curry gave his approval, saying "I like [Bill] Skarsgård. I think he's very clever. It'll be interesting to see what sort of clown face he puts on. because it's not an obvious clown face at all.[..] So I'm fascinated to see it."Curry has appeared in such animated television series and films, starting with the performance of the Serpent in The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible. Curry won a Daytime Emmy Award for his performance as Captain Hook in the Fox animated series Peter Pan and the Pirates. His longest-running animated role was as Nigel Thornberry in The Wild Thornberrys, which ran for five seasons on Nickelodeon.Curry was mainly known for villainous roles in animated series such as MAL in Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Skullmaster in Mighty Max, the Evil Manta in The Little Mermaid, Dr Anton Sevarius in Gargoyles, Kilokahn in Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad, George Herbert Walker 'King' Chicken in Duckman, Taurus Bullba in Darkwing Duck, Lord Dragaunus in The Mighty Ducks, as various characters Dinosaurs, Scarlet Fever and Nick O'Teen in Ozzy & Drix, Professor Finbar Calamitous in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Slagar the Cruel in Redwall, Doctor Morocco in Transformers: Rescue Bots, G. Gordon Godfrey in Young Justice, Konk in The Pirates of Dark Water, the Worm in Samurai Jack, and Auntie Whispers in Over the Garden Wall. He also became the voice of Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious in Star Wars: The Clone Wars upon the death of Ian Abercrombie.He also appeared in a number of animated films such as FernGully: The Last Rainforest, The Pebble and the Penguin, all three Rugrats films as side characters (excluding Rugrats Go Wild, where he reprises his role as Nigel Thornberry), Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost, Barbie in the Nutcracker, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, The Cat Returns, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, and many more. He also voiced Neville Baddington in the 2013 animated film Saving Santa. He also starred in the upcoming animated film Dagon Troll World Chronicles as Necrofer the Death Bringer in 2022.Aside from his performances on various soundtrack records, Curry has had some success as a solo musical artist. Curry received classical vocal training as a boy. He has mentioned that his musical influences included jazz vocalists such as Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong and he idolised the Beatles and the Rolling Stones as a teenager. In 1978, A&M Records released Curry's debut solo album Read My Lips. The album featured an eclectic range of songs (mostly covers) performed in diverse genres. Highlights of the album are a reggae version of the Beatles' song "I Will", a rendition of "Wake Nicodemus" featuring the Pipes and Drums of the 48th Highlanders of Canada, and a bar-room ballad, "Alan", composed by Canadian singer-songwriter Tony Kosinec. In 1979 he scored a hit with "I do the Rock"The following year, Curry released his second and most successful album Fearless. The LP was more rock-oriented than Read My Lips and mostly featured original songs rather than cover versions. The record included Curry's only US charting songs: "I Do the Rock" and "Paradise Garage".In 1990 Curry performed as the Prosecutor in Roger Waters' production of The Wall – Live in Berlin.
Celebrities Module List Page (16)Vincent Irizarry
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Vincent Irizarry is an American actor. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 1985 and 2002, and won in 2009.

Irizarry got his start in daytime television in 1983 as Brandon/Lujack Luvonaczek Spaulding on Guiding Light. His character was paired up with Beth Raines (then Judi Evans Luciano) and they were considered a "supercouple." He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 1985, but lost to future All My Children co-star Michael E. Knight. He then moved on to play Dr. Scott Clark from 1987 to 1989 on Santa Barbara. He also portrayed the role of Lujack Spaulding's twin brother, Nick McHenry Spaulding on Guiding Light from July 1991 to February 26, 1996. Irizarry returned for a cameo guest appearance in late-December 1996.Later, Irizarry was cast in the role of Dr. David Hayward on the soap opera All My Children, a role he originated in 1997. Irizarry also crossed over to One Life to Live, during the infamous baby-swap storyline in 2005. In September 2006, after almost ten years as David, Irizarry was fired from AMC due to a lack of storyline. He portrayed David until November 28, 2006.However, in November 2006, Irizarry joined the cast of The Young and the Restless as the character David Chow, first appearing on January 9, 2007. David Chow was romantically involved with Carmen Mesta, played by Marisa Ramirez, who was murdered soon afterward. Originally contracted for thirteen weeks, Irizarry's character proved popular and his stay on the soap was eventually extended. He went on later to a romantic relationship with Nikki Newman while she was separated from husband Victor, but eventually decided to break up his relationship with Nikki. due to his difficulties with gambling. Chow was then killed in a car accident on August 1, 2008.On August 17, 2008, a spokesperson for All My Children confirmed that Irizarry would reprise the role of David Hayward. Irizarry returned to the studio in September and began making regular appearances in October until it aired its final episode on September 23, 2011.In December 2012, Irizarry announced on his Facebook page that he would be joining Prospect Park's online reboot of "All My Children" scheduled for spring of 2013. He reprised his Emmy award-winning role of "Dr. David Hayward" that he originated in 1997. It ran from April to September 2013.In 2013, Irizarry appeared in an episode of Homeland, "Gerontion", where he plays a Montgomery County Police Department officer.In August 2015, news broke that Irizarry joined the cast of NBC's Days of Our Lives, portraying the role of Deimos Kiriakis, the bitter and vindictive younger half-brother of Victor Kiriakis. Irizarry made his first appearance in early January 2016, due to the soap's advanced taping schedule. The actor was let go from the serial in February 2017, not long before he would receive a Daytime Emmy nomination.

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Celebrities Module List Page (17)Alex Kapp
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Alex Kapp began her career in Los Angeles as a member of The Groundlings comedy troupe. In mid-1990s she began appearing on television shows, including "Party of Five", "J.A.G.", "Friends", "ER", "Spin City", and "Will & Grace".

She co-starred in the season 9 episode of "Seinfeld" called "The Strongbox" as 'George's girlfriend stubbornly refuses to accept his breaking up with her.'She also appeared in the television movie "A Mother's Prayer" (1995) with Linda Hamilton, and from 1998 to 1999 was regular cast member on the short-lived sitcom "Maggie Winters" From 2006 to 2010, Kapp co-starred opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus in her sitcom "The New Adventures of Old Christine" on CBS for 88 episodes. She also had supporting role in the 2009 comedy film "Weather Girl" The following years, she guest-starred on "Happy Endings", "Drop Dead Diva", "Two and a Half Men", "I Didn't Do It."Alex is currently the computer voice of the 'USS Enterprise' on "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" the newest Star Trek series.
Celebrities Module List Page (18)Barbara Eden
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Barbara Eden is an American actress, singer, and producer best known for her starring role as Jeannie in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie (1965-1970). Other notable roles include Roslyn Pierce opposite Elvis Presley in Flaming Star (1960), Lieutenant (JG) Cathy Connors in Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) and a single widowed mother, Stella Johnson, in the film Harper Valley PTA (1978). Due to the success of the film, Eden reprised her role as Stella Johnson in a two-season television series, Harper Valley PTA.

Eden's first public performance was singing in the church choir, where she sang the solos. As a teenager, she sang in local bands for $10 (roughly equivalent to $157 in 2021) a night in night clubs. At age 16, she became a member of Actor's Equity, and studied singing at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and acting with the Elizabeth Holloway School of Theatre. She graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco in the Spring Class of 1949 and studied theater for one year at City College of San Francisco. As Barbara Huffman, she was elected Miss San Francisco in 1951 and she also entered the Miss California pageant.Eden began her television career as a semiregular on The Johnny Carson Show in 1955 She also made featured appearances on shows such as The West Point Story, Highway Patrol, Private Secretary, I Love Lucy, The Millionaire, Target: The Corruptors!, Crossroads, Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, December Bride, Bachelor Father, Father Knows Best, Adventures in Paradise, The Andy Griffith Show, Cain's Hundred, Saints and Sinners, The Virginian, Slattery's People, The Rogues, and the series finale of Route 66. She guest starred in four episodes of Burke's Law, playing different roles each time. She was an uncredited extra in the movie The Tarnished Angels with Rock Hudson, in partnership with 20th Century Fox studios. She then starred in the syndicated comedy TV series How to Marry a Millionaire. The series is based on the 1953 film of the same name.Film director Mark Robson, who later directed Eden in the movie From the Terrace, took note of Eden's performance in a play with James Drury. and wanted her to work for 20th Century Fox studios. Her screen test was the Joanne Woodward role in No Down Payment (1957). Although she did not get the role, the studio gave Eden a contract. She did a screen test for the role of Betty Anderson in the 1957 film version of Peyton Place, but Terry Moore got the role. She had minor roles in Bailout at 43,000; Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?; and The Wayward Girl, then became a leading lady in films, starring opposite Gary Crosby, Barry Coe, and Sal Mineo in A Private's Affair. She had a co-starring role in Flaming Star (1960), with Elvis Presley.The following year, she played in a supporting role as Lt. Cathy Connors in Irwin Allen's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. She starred in The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, a Cinerama film directed by George Pal for MGM, and another Irwin Allen production for 20th Century Fox, Five Weeks in a Balloon (1962). She was the female lead in the 1962 Fox comedy Swingin' Along, starring Tommy Noonan and Peter Marshall, in their final joint screen appearance. She did a screen test with Andy Williams for the 20th Century Fox movie State Fair, but did not get the roleHer last film for 20th Century Fox was The Yellow Canary (1963). She left Fox and began guest starring in television shows and acting in films for MGM, Universal, and Columbia. She played supporting roles over the next few years, including The Brass Bottle and 7 Faces of Dr. Laon 1965, producer Sidney Sheldon signed Eden to star in his upcoming fantasy sitcom I Dream of Jeannie for NBC. After various brunette starlets and beauty queens unsuccessfully tried out for the role, Eden was approached by Sheldon, who had seen her in The Brass Bottle and had received numerous recommendations for Eden from various colleagues. Eden played Jeannie, a beautiful genie set free from her bottle by astronaut and United States Air Force Captain (later Major) Anthony "Tony" Nelson, played by Larry Hagman..Eden played this role for five years and 139 episodes. Additionally in eight episodes, Eden donned a brunette wig to portray Jeannie's evil sister (also named Jeannie) who lusts after Tony Nelson, and in two episodes played Jeannie's hapless motherAfter Jeannie, Eden starred in an unaired pilot, The Barbara Eden Show, as well as another pilot, The Toy Game. Her first TV movie was called The Feminist and the Fuzz. Although she is best known for comedy, most of these films were dramas, as when she starred opposite her Jeannie co-star Larry Hagman in A Howling in the Woods (1971).In The Stranger Within (1974), Eden played housewife Ann Collins, a woman impregnated by extraterrestrials. Later, Eden played a policewoman-turned-private detective investigating the disappearance of a missing heiress, in the critically acclaimed TV movie Stonestreet: Who Killed the Centerfold Model? (1977). She starred in and co-produced, with her own production company (MI-Bar Productions), the NBC-TV romantic comedy movie The Secret Life of Kathy McCormick (1988). She also starred in and produced the romantic comedy TV movie Opposites Attract (1990), co-starring John Forsythe.[citation needed]In 1978, she starred in the feature film Harper Valley PTA, based on the popular country song. This led to a namesake television series in 1981. In both the movie and the TV series, Eden played the protagonist Stella Johnson. It was a comedy version of Peyton Place, with Anne Francine playing wealthy villainess Flora Simpson Reilly] In one episode, Stella dressed in a blue and gold genie costume, and in another she played both Stella and her cousin Della Smith (similar to Jeannie's evil twin-sister character). It debuted January 16, 1981, winning 11 of its 13 time slots during the first season. It was renamed simply Harper Valley when it began its second season on October 29, 1981. During this time, Eden also became the spokeswoman for L'eggs pantyhose, and appeared in a series of print ads and TV commercials for the brand from 1979 to 1983From April 3 through September 16, 1984, Eden starred in the Lee Guber and Shelly Gross national production of the John Kander and Fred Ebb Tony Award-winning musical comedy Woman of the Year, playing the role of Tess Harding Craig, alongside Don Chastain (as Sam Craig), and Marilyn Cooper. In 1990, Eden played a recurring role as a billionairess seeking revenge against J.R. Ewing in five episodes of the final season of Dallas, as the captivating character LeeAnn de la Vega, reuniting her with Hagman. In her final episode, the character admits that her maiden name is Nelson (a production gag, as "Nelson" was the surname of Hagman's character and Eden's character's married name in I Dream of Jeannie). In 1991 she starred in the stage play Same Time, Next Year with Wayne Rogers, and reprised her role of Jeannie in a television movie-of-the-week. In 1993, she starred in an 11-city national tour of the play Last of the Red Hot Lovers with Don Knotts.Eden starred in such musical comedies as Nite Club Confidential (playing the role of Kay Goodman, in 1996), The Sound of Music, Annie Get Your Gun, South Pacific with Robert Goulet, The Pajama Game with John Raitt, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes playing Lorelei Lee. She has been a musical guest star in many variety television shows, including 21 Bob Hope specials, The Carol Burnett Show, The Jonathan Winters Show, The Jerry Lewis Show, This Is Tom Jones, Tony Orlando and Dawn, and Donny and Marie. She released an album titled Miss Barbara Eden in 1967 on Dot Records.In March 2006, Eden reunited with her former co-star Larry Hagman for a publicity tour in New York City to promote the first-season DVD of I Dream of Jeannie. They appeared together on Good Morning America, The View, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, Martha, and Showbiz Tonight, among other shows.In March 2006, Hagman and Eden again reunited, this time onstage in New York for Love Letters at the College of Staten Island, and at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. This was Eden's first return-visit to the academy since appearing in the 1956 Ziv Television Programs, The West Point Story. Eden starred in the play Love Letters with Hal Linden in 2006, and a guest-starring role on the Lifetime series Army Wives, written and produced by her niece Katherine Fugate. In December 2008 she began filming the TV movie Always and Forever for the Hallmark Channel, which aired in October 2009.In May 2013, Eden appeared with former US President Bill Clinton, Elton John, and Fergie at the opening ceremony of the 21st Life Ball in Vienna, where Eden wore her famous Jeannie harem costume. In late 2013, Eden was cast in the movie One Song, filmed in Excelsior, Minnesota.Eden has also done voice work for the animated children's television series Shimmer and Shine In 1990, Eden played a recurring role as a billionairess seeking revenge against J.R. Ewing in five episodes of the final season of Dallas, as the captivating character LeeAnn de la Vega, reuniting her with Hagman. In her final episode, the character admits that her maiden name is Nelson (a production gag, as "Nelson" was the surname of Hagman's character and Eden's character's married name in I Dream of Jeannie). In March 2006, Eden reunited with her former co-star Larry Hagman for a publicity tour in New York City to promote the first-season DVD of I Dream of Jeannie. They appeared together on Good Morning America, The View, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, Martha, and Showbiz Tonight, among other showsIn March 2006, Hagman and Eden again reunited, this time onstage in New York for Love Letters at the College of Staten Island, and at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. This was Eden's first return-visit to the academy since appearing in the 1956 Ziv Television Programs, The West Point Story. in 2006, and a guest-starring role on the Lifetime series Army Wives,In May 2013, Eden appeared with former US President Bill Clinton, Elton John, and Fergie at the opening ceremony of the 21st Life Ball in Vienna, where Eden wore her famous Jeannie harem costume In late 2013, Eden was cast in the movie One Song, filmed in Excelsior, Minnesota.Eden has also done voice work for the animated children's television series Shimmer and Shine.
Celebrities Module List Page (19)Brande Roderick
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Brande Roderick is an American model and actress known for her appearances in Baywatch and Playboy. In April 2000, she was selected as Playmate of the Month and then became the Playmate of the Year in 2001.

In 2000, Roderick starred as Leigh Dyer in Baywatch. In April 2000, she appeared in Playboy magazine as Playmate of the Month. In 2001, Roderick became the Playmate of the Year. In 2003, she starred in the Bollywood movie Out of Control, as the American wife of an Indian man (played by Riteish Deshmukh) who, on a visit to India, gets pressured by his family into marrying an Indian girl.Other recent film credits include Starsky & Hutch, Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror, Club Wild Side 2 and The Nanny Diaries. In addition, she has guest-starred in Joey, The Parkers, Just Shoot Me!, Fear Factor and Beverly Hills, 90210Roderick is a "Girl of RPS" for the USA Rock Paper Scissors League. In 2006, Roderick was one of six celebrity contestants on the CBS summer series, Gameshow Marathon. She was the runner-up to Kathy Najimy. In 2009, she appeared in the second season of Celebrity Apprentice Throughout the season, each celebrity raised money for a charity of his or her choice; Roderick selected the California Police Youth Charities On the second to last episode of Celebrity Apprentice 2, she was eliminated along with fellow contestant Jesse James from the final four.In April 2009, Roderick served as host of the Playboy Shootout reality competition on Playboy TV.In February 2012, Roderick hosted the Aces & Angels Super Bowl XLVI Party in Indianapolis, Indiana alongside Leeann Tweeden and Elaine Alden. In 2013 she returned in Celebrity Apprentice 6 All-Star, with Claudia Jordan and Dennis Rodman of season 2.
Celebrities Module List Page (20)Brook Power
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Brook Power was named the Playboy of the Month for May 2016, and the following year Playboy Playmate of the Year for 2017, elevating her status as one of the top models featured by the company. Soon more modeling opportunities came her way, and to help advance her career she moved to Los Angeles, California so that she could be closer to more modeling agencies.

She signed with LA Models, and with was then featured in “Stab Magazine”, a men’s magazine with a focus on surfing as a hobby, and models who are passionate about surfing. While Brook was born in California, her family later settled in Oahu, Hawaii. During her time there, she fell in love with the surfing culture of the area, and became very passionate about the sport. She dreamed of going professional, and was often seen honing her skills while also getting herself a natural tan. However, later on she realized that she didn’t have enough to pursue professional surfing, and then opted for modeling instead, something that her friends had said that she would excel in.
Celebrities Module List Page (21)Bruce Boxleitner
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Bruce Boxleitner is an American actor and science fiction and suspense writer. He is known for his leading roles in the television series How the West Was Won, Bring 'Em Back Alive, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (with Kate Jackson), and Babylon 5 (as John Sheridan in seasons 2–5, 1994–98). He is also known for his dual role as the characters Alan Bradley and Tron in the 1982 Walt Disney Pictures film Tron, a role which he reprised in the 2003 video game Tron 2.0, the 2006 Square-Enix/Disney crossover game Kingdom Hearts II, the 2010 film sequel, Tron: Legacy and the animated series Tron: Uprising. He co-starred in most of the Gambler films with Kenny Rogers, where his character provided comic relief.

Boxleitner is best known for his leading roles in the television series How the West Was Won, Bring 'Em Back Alive, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (with Kate Jackson and Beverly Garland), and Babylon 5 (as John Sheridan in seasons 2–5, 1994–98)He also starred in The Gambler (as Billy Montana, alongside Kenny Rogers: 1980, 1983 and 1987) and in such TV movies as Judith Krantz's Till We Meet Again and Danielle Steel's Zoya. In 2005, he co-starred as Captain Martin Duvall in Young Blades. He has also starred in several films within the Babylon 5 universe, including Babylon 5: In the Beginning (TV, 1998), Babylon 5: Thirdspace (TV, 1998), Babylon 5: A Call to Arms (TV, 1999), and the direct-to-DVD Babylon 5: The Lost Tales (2007).Boxleitner has appeared in many other TV shows, including an appearance in 1973 as Rick Welsh, a University of Minnesota Track Star, in the season four episode, "I Gave at the Office" in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Other appearances include Gunsmoke, Tales from the Crypt, Touched by an Angel, The Outer Limits and She Spies, and in 1982, he played Chase Marshall in the TV film Bare Essence, with Genie Francis. He was a member of the cast of Heroes for seasons three and four, playing New York Governor Robert Malden in three episodes. He also appears on the television series Chuck as the father of Devon Woodcomb. He was in such made-for-television films as The Secret, Hope Ranch, Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door, Pandemic, Sharpshooter and Aces 'N' Eights.Boxleitner was a guest-star on NCIS in the fall of 2010. He played Vice Admiral C. Clifford Chase, a high-ranking Navy official Boxleitner also lends his voice to the animated version of his iconic character Tron in the animated series Tron: Uprising. The series premiered on Disney XD on June 7, 2012. He also reprises the character Alan Bradley/Tron from the films Tron and Tron: Legacy. From 2013 to 2015, he played Bob Beldon, the owner of the local bed and breakfast, in the Hallmark Channel series Cedar Cove.Boxleitner later recurred on Supergirl portraying Baker, the Vice-President of the United States who is later sworn in as the new president after Lynda Carter's character Olivia Marsdin is outed as a Durlan by Mercy Graves and Otis Graves. He gained the role.From 2019, Boxleitner had a recurring role on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries series of films The Matchmaker MysteriesHe has also appeared in several films, including Tron (in which he played the title role) and The Baltimore Bullet (1980) with James Coburn. He reprised his role in the Tron sequel Tron: Legacy and in the video game Tron: Evolution which was released alongside the film Tron: Legacy, as he did for sequel video game named Tron 2.0, and Disney/Square Enix crossover video game Kingdom Hearts II. Boxleitner also voice as Col. John Konrad in video game Spec Ops: The Line. He also starred as Confederate General James Longstreet in the 2003 film Gods and Generals. He provides the voice of Colin Barrow in the animated science fiction horror film Dead Space: Downfall, based on the video game Dead Space. Other films he has been in include Kuffs, The Babe, Brilliant, Snakehead Terror, Legion of the Dead, King of the Lost World, Shadows in Paradise and Transmorphers: Fall of Man.In 2011, he officially announced that he will reprise his role as Alan Bradley/Tron in Tron 3.
Celebrities Module List Page (22)Bruce Reitherman
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Bruce Reitherman is an American filmmaker and former child actor. He voiced Mowgli in The Jungle Book and Christopher Robin in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.

He provided the voices of Mowgli in The Jungle Book and Christopher Robin in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree His subsequent work experience included stints as a river guide, field biologist, naturalist, expedition leader and biological consultant.
Celebrities Module List Page (23)Caren Kaye
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Caren Kaye is a retired American television and film actress who has appeared in dozens of films and guest-starred in many TV series. She attended Carnegie Mellon University and holds a Ph.D. in psychology. She is best known for her roles in the 1983 film My Tutor and the short-lived sitcoms The Betty White Show (1977-1978), Who's Watching the Kids? (1978), and It's Your Move (1984-1985).

During the mid-1970s, she guest-starred in episodes of Alice, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, and The Practice. She played Bambi Benton on Blansky's Beauties, a spin-off of Happy Days, which aired from February to June 1977. In September 1977, she co-starred in a similar role as a regular on The Betty White Show,   which lasted one season.Her film credits include Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), Cuba Crossing (1980), Some Kind of Hero (1982), My Tutor (1983), Teen Witch (1989) and Satan's Princess (1990).In 1984, Kaye co-starred as the mother of Jason Bateman and girlfriend of David Garrison in the teen comedy It's Your Move. This series lasted one season.She was featured in six episodes of The Love Boat and has guest-starred in 21 Jump Street, Mr. Belvedere, Fantasy Island, Simon & Simon, Matt Houston, Taxi and Murder, She Wrote.
Celebrities Module List Page (24)Catherine Bach
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Catherine Bach is a true American original. An actress, activist and businesswoman; Catherine has transcended the character that made her a household name and remains one of the most sought after personalities in Hollywood.

Bach's professional debut was as one of the children in a production of "The Sound of Music". Her first screen appearance was in the Burt Lancaster murder mystery, The Midnight Man, shot in upstate South Carolina in 1973, in which she played the murdered coed, Natalie Claiburn. He next role was Melody in the 1974 film "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" which starred Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.In 1979 it was a pair of cut-offs fashioned for her character "Daisy Duke" on the long running television series The Dukes of Hazzard that captured the attention of millions of fans and made her a star! This is thanks to Catherine's own sense of style and imagination that "Daisy Dukes" are now a part of the popular vernacular. While she was starring on The Dukes of Hazzard, her legs were insured for $1,000,000. In the early 80's, Catherine's famous "pin up" poster outpaced other contemporary beauties and sold more than 5 million copies making her a national icon. From 1979-1985 Catherine appeared in 145 episodes of The Dukes of Hazzard. Today the show continues to run in syndication on television worldwide and is also available on DVD. In 1984 Catherine played the role of 'Marcie' in the film "Cannonball Run II" which starred Burt Reynolds and an all-star cast.Since the Dukes of Hazzard, Catherine has starred in numerous television, film and stage productions. Most notably, the actress reinvented her "babe in shorts" image when she tackled the role of tough businesswoman "Margo Dutton" on FOX Family Channel's critically acclaimed series AFRICAN SKIES (1992-1994). Filmed in South Africa, Catherine's passion for the environment and animal rights was ignited. In 1994 the actress testified before Congress on behalf of the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act.As a mother, Catherine is naturally concerned about children. In 1998, she and husband Peter Lopez became founding members of "C.O.A.C.H. For Kids" which provides free medical services, via mobile medical clinics, for children and their families in low income areas of Los Angeles County. As an entrepreneur, Catherine's artistic and business savvy, led to a successful run on QVC Europe where she sold her own line of jewelry. In 2007 she successfully launched her own "CB" brand clothing line. In 2012, Bach joined the cast of CBS daytime soap opera, The Young and the Restless in the recurring role of Anita Lawson (2012-2019). In 2015, Catherine landed a recurring role of 'Amy Harlan' on the hit TV series "Hawaii Five-O". In September 2017, Bach competed on ABC's "Battle of the Network Stars". In April 2018, she competed on the Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition".
Celebrities Module List Page (25)Celia Kaye
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Celia Kaye is an actress who made a successful career for herself in film & television. She marked her early career with roles in "The Loretta Young Show" (1962-63), "Island of the Blue Dolphins" (1964) and "Fluffy" (1965).

Celia guest starred on "The Green Hornet" 2 episodes: "Corpse of the Year" part 1-2 as 'Melissa Neal.'Celia won a New Star Of The Year - Actress Golden Globe Award in 1964. Later, she acted in "The John Forsythe Show" (1965-66), "Wild Seed" (1965) and the drama "The Final Comedown" (1971) with Billy Dee Williams. She also appeared in "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" (ABC, 1973-74) and "Blast" (1976). She guest starred in "Police Story" with Sylvester Stallone, "Little House on the Prairie in the episode: "100 Mile Walk."Later in her career, Kaye acted in "Big Wednesday" (1978) and "Conan The Barbarian" (1982).She is still acting.
Celebrities Module List Page (26)Christopher Riordan
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Once in Hollywood, his life changed completely. First, at M-G-M, where he was immediately given a small role in, "Somebody Up There Likes Me," and then after meeting Montgomery Clift, another role in, "Raintree County." Then, after a few years in Hollywood, his first name was changed to Christopher.

Christopher was kept busy between film, TV, stage, and nightclub work from then on. In 1962, Christopher was seen by Fred Astaire, and his choreographer, Hermes Pan, and was hired to dance with Barrie Chase. This union consisted of appearing in Las Vegas, on The Hollywood Palace, etc. Hermes Pan hired Christopher for several films ("My Fair Lady", "The Great Race", etc.) televisions shows (Carol Channing Special, The Hollywood Palace, etc.) ... and then, more serious acting parts started coming in. Eventually, Christopher even received 'Single Card Billing.' Not bad, for a kid who ran away from home to be in the movies.And now, even in his 80's, Christopher is still doing films, television and nightclubs.Christopher resided at Falcon Lair, the former home of Rudolph Valentino, and also, Doris Duke.
Celebrities Module List Page (27)Cindy Morgan
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Cindy Morgan is an American actress known for her appearances as Lora/Yori in Tron and Lacey Underall in Caddyshack.

Morgan landed her first screen role in the 1980 comedy Caddyshack, playing the role of sexy bombshell Lacey Underall. In a 2012 interview, Morgan said of the role:"Caddyshack was my first film and I'll say that the end product was so completely different, it was originally about the caddies. So at first, I had nothing to lose to audition. It was fun. All I did was focus on making the person sweat. Look 'em in the eye, do that thing many women know how to ..."Morgan appeared in the 1982 hit Tron, the first computer-generated film. She played two characters: Lora, a computer programmer in the "real" world, and Yori, her alter-ego in the film's computer-generated flights of imaginationMorgan has multiple television and film credits, including portraying two different roles on the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest, Lori Chapman in season one and Gabrielle Short in seasons six and seven. Morgan also played two different characters, in two different episodes, on the television series Matlock. Her other credits include guest and minor appearances on The Larry Sanders Show, Amazing Stories, CHiPs, and a co-starring role on Bring 'Em Back Alive.According to the documentary Caddyshack: The Inside Story, as of 2009 Morgan was a resident of Florida and working on a book about her experiences during the making of CaddyshackMorgan did not participate in the making of Tron: Legacy, the 2010 sequel to the 1982 film, nor does she appear in any of the retrospective materials produced in conjunction with the sequel for use in a DVD/Blu-ray reissue of the film in 2011. She did reunite with her costar Bruce Boxleitner in character as Lora, in a mock news conference on April 2, 2010, promoting the release of Tron Legacy.
Celebrities Module List Page (28)Clint Howard
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Clint Howard is an American actor. He is younger brother of actor and director Ron Howard. His 200-plus acting credits include feature films such as The Waterboy and Apollo 13, as well as television series, such as Gentle Ben, The Baileys of Balboa, The Cowboys, and My Name Is Earl. He has appeared in many films directed by his brother, Ron, and had a small role in the 1967 animated film The Jungle Book. He is lead singer of his own band, The Kempsters, and also makes custom snow globes.

Howard began his career when he was two, appearing in five episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, then starring his older brother Ron. He played Leon, a toddler in a cowboy outfit who wandered around Mayberry and silently offered people a bite of his sandwich, to which they would respond, "No thanks, Leon". Other early notable roles include his appearance on The Streets of San Francisco in the episode entitled "The House on Hyde Street", and The Virginian as Tommy, the proud owner of a new litter of pups in the episode entitled "Melanie".In 1963, he appeared in the ABC medical drama Breaking Point in the role of four year old Mikey in the episode "The Gnu, Now Almost Extinct". He also played little Billy Taft, the nephew of Dr. Richard Kimble, in the season one episode of The Fugitive, "Home is the Hunted" (1964).His first prominent role was as a regular on the series Gentle Ben (1967–69). He also starred in an episode of Rod Serling's Night Gallery as Herbie, a ten-year-old boy who predicts the near future, and played Billy in the made for television version of John Steinbeck's The Red Pony, with Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara.Howard appeared in various Star Trek episodes. In 2003, Howard played Johnny Bark on Arrested Development in the season one episode "Key Decisions", which was produced and narrated by his brother, Ron. He was seen in an episode of Married... with Children as a creepy janitor. He played a car thief/murderer Tobias Lehigh Nagy in the season four Seinfeld episode "The Trip". Howard played Creepy Rodney in the season one My Name Is Earl episode "Stole a Badge", and he was a guest star in the season three episode of the NBC show Heroes "I Am Sylar"In his film debut The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963), he played a child party guest standing on a table at his birthday party.Howard also voiced Roo in Disney's animated shorts Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966) and Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968), which were later incorporated into The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977), and Hathi Jr. in The Jungle Book (1967).Howard has appeared in seventeen films directed by his brother, Ron Howard, including Ron's first directorial effort — a short film called Old Paint — when Clint was ten. He also starred in Ron's first full-length feature, Grand Theft Auto. Other roles in the elder Howard's films include: John Dexter in Cocoon (1985), Paul in Gung Ho (both film and TV series), pathologist Ricco in Backdraft (1991), Lou in Parenthood, Flynn in Far and Away (1992), flight controller Seymour Liebergot in Apollo 13 (1995), Ken in EDtv (1999), and Whobris in How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000).He also played Sheriff Purdy in The Missing (2003), Lloyd Davis in Frost/Nixon (2008), Herbert Trimpy in The Dilemma, and Paul Lucas in the episodes "Spider" and "We Interrupt This Program" of the HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon, which was produced by Ron.He played Eaglebauer in Rock 'n' Roll High School, Usher in Get Crazy, Paco in The Waterboy, Arthur Lynne in Uwe Boll's Heart of America, cellmate Slinky in Tango & Cash, KJZZ disk jockey in That Thing You Do!, Johnson Ritter in the Austin Powers series, another flight controller in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Nipples in Little Nicky (2000), Gregory Tudor in the low budget film Ice Cream Man (1995), Rughead in The Wraith (1986), Stanley Coopersmith in Evilspeak (1981), Kate the Caterer in The Cat in the Hat (2003), Doctor Koplenson in Halloween (2007), and appeared in the romantic comedies, Play the Game and Speed-Dating.He also played Sanders in Alabama Moon and Dr. Owen in Nobody Gets Out Alive, which was written and directed by filmmaker Jason Christopher.He appeared in Solo: A Star Wars Story, which his brother Ron directed.
Celebrities Module List Page (29)Clyde Kusatsu
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Clyde Kusatsu has been a working actor in Hollywood for more than forty years and has been described as “…a character actor who has beautifully managed to avoid or transscend that quality of inscrutability stereotypically associated with so many Far Eastern acting roles.”

He was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and graduated from Northwestern University’s famed theatre program.He began working in television in “Kung Fu” in 1973 and has guested on a wide range of shows like “Knot’s Landing”, “JAG”, “N.C.I.S.”, “The West Wing”, and “Hawaii Five-O” both the original and latest series. Clyde has also been a series regular on “Bring Em Back Alive” (CBS), “Island Son” (CBS) with Richard Chamberlin, and the first Asian American Family sitcom “All American Girl” (ABC) with Margaret Cho. He has appeared in television movies and mini-series such as Farewell To Manzanar”, “Doctor Strange”, “And The Sea Will Tell”, “The Librarian”, and “American Tragedy” playing the role of Judge Lance Ito.He has also had re-curring roles like Vice Admiral Nakamura on “Star Trek:The Next Generation”, Rev. Chong on “All In The Family”, “MASH”, “Magnum P.I.”, “Ally McBeal”, “Family Matters”, “Still Standng”, and a 27 episode stint on “The Young and the Restless”.His numerous films include “Midway”, “The Challenge”, “In The Line of Fire”, “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”, “Paradise Road”, “Harold & Kumar Escape Guantanamo”, Sydney Pollack’s “The Interpreter”, and “47 Ronin”.He currently serves as President of SAG AFTRA Los Angeles and as National VP Los Angeles. The thing about acting is that one really never retires, the roles just grow with you or vice-versa.
Celebrities Module List Page (30)Corrina Harney
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Corinna Harney considers her start in the Entertainment industry when she took her first ballet class at 3 years old. Her first acting job was when she was in the 4th grade with Dick Van Patten for a Blue Cross-Blue Shield commercial. She had also begun doing print modeling around that same time.

After her first appearance as Playboy's Playmate of the Month for August 1991 as she was featured in a series of Playboy videos as well as appearing in minor roles in television series such as "Nash Bridges" and "CSI" and the movies "National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation", "Rat Race".In 1992 Corinna was 1992 Playboy Playmate of the Year.After appearing in various roles, she and a friend produced a film called "Pitcher and the Pin-up". Corinna has worked on or had roles in a series of projects since, these include a web-series called "Wedded Bliss", a film called "The Ivory Curse", a Sinclair Oil commercial, a movie called "Ryder and Julina", and an independent film called "Sins of our Youth" which also features "Super 8" actor Joel Courtney. Corinna continues to be active in acting and producing films.
Celebrities Module List Page (31)Deidre Hall
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Deidre Hall is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Dr. Marlena Evans on NBC's daytime drama Days of Our Lives, whom she has played for over 40 years.

Hall has won many awards for her portrayal of Dr. Marlena Evans, including two Best Actress Soapy Awards in 1982 and 1983. Hall has won three Soap Opera Digest Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in 1984, 1985, and 1995. Hall was the first recipient of the Outstanding Contribution by an Actress/Actor Award in 1986 in addition to receiving a shared award with Drake Hogestyn in 2005 for Favorite Couple: John and Marlena. has been nominated for a Daytime Emmy three times.In 1976, she portrayed the superheroine Electra Woman in Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, a Sid and Marty Krofft live action children's show that aired on Saturday mornings.Hall appeared on a number of shows, including Emergency! (as Nurse Sally Lewis in the first two seasons), and The Young and the Restless (as Barbara Anderson), before joining Days of Our Lives in 1976 as Dr. Marlena Evans. In an interview, Hall said that she thought that she would have no chance to land the role of Marlena, considering that she was unsure about a career in soap operas, as well as having to compete against established soap opera veterans for the role. Hall was cast, though, and the role skyrocketed her to fame, which was proved by fan protests when a 1979 NBC promo hinted that Hall's character would be killed off.Two separate daytime television magazines named Hall the best soap actress of 1983.In 1986, Hall began playing Jesse Witherspoon on the family drama Our House, which ran for two seasons on NBC. Wilford Brimley, who was 13 years older than Hall, played her father-in-law in the series; Chad Allen, her son; Shannen Doherty, her older daughter. Hall initially reacted without concern on playing on two television series at a time, explaining that she filmed Our House on weekdays while taping Days of our Lives on Saturdays.However, she left Days of our Lives in 1987 when it became too difficult to co-ordinate her prime time and daytime schedules. Our House was cancelled in 1988, though she did not immediately return to the soap opera.Hall made guest appearances on a variety of prime time shows until March 1991, when she made a return to Days of our Lives. This decision was a result of a request by producer Ken Corday, who hoped her return would have influence on the low ratings. According to the actress, she was approached to play a new character, but she refused and insisted on portraying Marlena, with a contract for six months on Producers were reluctant to give into Hall's requests, fearing that the fans would leave after six months when she left.However, she remained on contract with the show for 18 more years until January 24, 2009, when she was terminated because of budget cuts mandated by NBC. Her salary on Days of Our Lives was in the range of $60,000 per month, much higher than most other daytime serial actors. Hall has appeared in more than 3,800 episodes.In 1995, Hall produced and starred in Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story, a made-for-TV movie about her personal struggles to become a mother. Her longtime Days co-star Suzanne Rogers (Maggie Horton) is featured in the program.Hall received a star on the Walk of Fame in 2014.
Celebrities Module List Page (32)Dolly Read
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Dolly Read is best remembered for her appearance as the lead character in "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls". and in Playboy magazine.

Dolly Read's first onscreen appearance was in the 1963 film "The Kiss of the Vampire", followed by a role in the British TV series "Dixon of Dock Green" later that year.In May 1966, she was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month. She posed for the magazine again in 1970. She also worked as a Playboy Bunny at the Playboy Clubs in Chicago, London and New York City. After appearing in the low-budget erotic film "That Tender Touch" in 1969, she landed the lead role of the sexy but naive rock-and-roll singer 'Kelly MacNamara' in Russ Meyer's comedy "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" the following year. Throughout the 1970s, Dolly appeared on television with guest-starring roles in shows such as "Charlie's Angels", "Fantasy Island" and "Vega$". She was a frequent panelist on the game show "Match Game. In 2006, Dolly, along with other cast members, provided commentary and was interviewed for the release of a special edition DVD of "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls".
Celebrities Module List Page (33)Eugena Washington
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Eugena is an LA Based Model, Actress, and Public Figure who stormed the fashion scene as 3rd runner upon America's Next Top Model Cycle 7 and has since solidified her title as an international supermodel.

She sits in the company of icons like Marilyn Monroe as Playboy Magazine titled her December Playmate 2015. She emerged as the First Playmate of the Year in the Post- Nude era and was the last model to be announced by Hugh Hefner at the Playboy mansion as Playmate of the Year 2016. She moves effortlessly among Fashion, TV&Film, and entertainment starring in feature film "The Perfect Match" indy film "Affairs of State" and made a guest appearance in the Hulu show "Ramy". She is currently starring in the TV series "Trace" as "Detective Nichole Miller".
Celebrities Module List Page (34)Gary Conway
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Gary Conway (born Gareth Monello Carmody), is an American actor and screenwriter. His notable credits include a co-starring role with Gene Barry in the detective series, Burke's Law, from 1963 to 1965. In addition, he starred in the Irwin Allen sci-fi series Land of the Giants from 1968 to 1970.

Conway's early film credits include the cult horror films I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957) as the monster, How to Make a Monster (1958) and The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (1958) In 1958, he was cast in the "Man Hunt" episode of the western aviation television series, Sky King, with Kirby Grant, Richard Beymer and Gloria Winters.In 1960 Conway appeared as Orderly on the TV western Maverick in the episode titled "Thunder from the North." In 1960, Conway appeared as Lt. Charles Williams in the episode "Absent Without Leave" of the ABC/Warner Brothers western series, Colt .45, starring Wayde Preston. Tyler McVey was in the guest cast as Col. Ben Williams, and Steve Brodie also appeared in the episode. He also appeared in 1960 in three episodes under the names of different characters on the ABC/WB crime drama, Bourbon Street Beat, starring Andrew Duggan. In 1966 Conway made an unsuccessful television pilot Assault!, made by the producers of Combat! about the US Marine Corps in the Pacific in 1942.Gary also starred in the TV series Land of the Giants from 1968 to 1970 as Captain Steve Burton.Conway starred with Bette Davis in the 1972 television movie The Judge and Jake Wyler. In 1973, Conway was featured in Playgirl magazine's August issue. He also guest-starred as the murder victim in the 1973 Columbo episode "Any Old Port in a Storm".His other film credits include Young Guns of Texas (1962), Black Gunn (1972), The Farmer (1977) Once Is Not Enough (1975), American Ninja 2: The Confrontation (1987).
Celebrities Module List Page (35)Gerard Christopher
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Gerard Christopher is an American actor, writer and producer. He was the second actor to play the role of Superboy in the television series of the same name (from 1989 to 1992), replacing John Haymes Newton who played the role in season one (1988–1989).During his tenure on Superboy he would later also be a producer and writer on the series. He has performed in a number of telemovies, and was a guest star on daytime soap operas such as Days of Our Lives and Sunset Beach, and the prime time soap opera Melrose Place. He has also starred in the comedy movie Tomboy (1985).

Christopher auditioned for the part of Superman / Clark Kent in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and was chosen by the casting director. However, when the producers learned he had essentially already played the role, he was dismissed in favor of Dean CainHis most recent film role (as of 2003) was "Zack" in the movie The First of May (1999). He also appeared as himself on the 2006 television documentary Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman talking about his time on Superboy.
Celebrities Module List Page (36)Gina Schock
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Gina Schock is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It's a Good place to start, right? Primarily known as the hard-hitting drummer of The Go-Go's, America's one and only all-female band to write their own songs, play their own instruments, and hit number 1 on the Billboard charts. It's 2022, the Go-Go's have iconic status.

Let's look a little closer at Gina's many accomplishments. Drummer, songwriter, singer, actor, photographer, author, and producer. In her many years of being in the business, she has written for artists such as Miley Cyrus, and Selena Gomez, also writing with Alanis Morrisette, Carnie, and Wendy Wilson of Wilson Phillips, and many others. Gina has also written and produced for many up-and-coming artists always keeping her eye on young talent. Her book "Made In Hollywood" covers her love of photography with so many behind-the-scenes photographs of her band with stories that only Gina could tell. Do yourself a favor, and check out award-winning director Ellison Elwood's documentary about the Go-Go's. Gina is hilarious, a real straight shooter, and really down to Earth. She is the real deal. Come and meet a true Rock and Roll legend.
Celebrities Module List Page (37)Greg Evigan
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Greg Evigan is an American film, stage, and television actor. He began his career in theater, appearing in the Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar, followed by a stage production of the musical Grease, in which he portrayed the lead, Danny Zuko. Evigan made his feature film debut in Scorchy (1976), then was cast as the lead in the comedy series B. J. and the Bear, in which he starred between 1979 and 1981.

Evigan continued to appear as a guest star on numerous television series throughout the 1980s before being cast as the lead Joey Harris in the comedy series My Two Dads (1987–1990). He later appeared on the science fiction series TekWar (1995–1996), and had guest-starring roles on Melrose Place (1996–1997) and 7th Heaven (1997). He subsequently had starring roles on the soap opera Pacific Palisades (also 1997), and portrayed a record executive in the Canadian series Big Sound from 2001 to 2002.Evigan's other film credits include the Joey Travolta-directed drama films Mel (1998) and Arizona Summer (2004), the Western film 6 Guns (2010), and the Hallmark Channel film Once Upon a Holiday (2015). In 2018, he guest-starred in a multi-episode arc as Jim Harvey on the soap opera General HospitalEvigan began his career after graduating high school, appearing in a small role as Annas in the Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar in 1971 as well as the touring production. Between 1972 and 1973, he starred as Danny Zuko in the Broadway production of Grease, reprising the role for the show's residency in Chicago, alongside Marilu Henner Evigan moved to Los Angeles and was cast in his feature film debut in the exploitation film Scorchy (1976), starring Connie StevensIn 1978, he was cast as Billie Joe "B.J." McKay, a truck driver whose best friend was a chimpanzee named Bear, in the series B.J. and the Bear. Following the series' conclusion in 1981, Evigan continued to work in television, with recurring guest roles on Masquerade (1984) and Murder, She Wrote (1986), then was cast in the comedy series My Two Dads (1987–1990), in which he portrayed a man who co-parents the daughter of his deceased girlfriend alongside her ex-boyfriend.In 1989, he starred in the sci-fi film DeepStar Six, and later appeared in the sci-fi series TekWar opposite William Shatner, based on a series of books by Shatner. TekWar originated as a series of two-hour television movies in 1994, and then became a series of hour-long episodes that ran in 1995 and 1996 Between 1996 and 1997, Evigan guest-starred as Dr. Dan Hathaway on the soap opera Melrose Place, followed by a main role on Pacific Palisades, in which he portrayed one of several friends who relocate from the Midwest to California. Evigan had a lead role in Joey Travolta's directorial debut, the drama Mel (1998) In 2001, he starred in the psychological thriller film Spirit opposite Elisabeth Moss, playing the father of a teenage girl who believes their home is haunted. He reunited with director Joey Travolta, appearing in his family drama Arizona Summer (2004), followed by a supporting part in River's End (2005). Evigan returned to theater in 2008, appearing as Gar in a stage adaptation of Mask at the Pasadena Playhouse.In Britain, Evigan is especially well known for the humorous and educational film clips under the name of When Insects Attack, which he fronted and were shown as part of BBC schools programming in the 1990s.In 2015, Evigan had a supporting role in the Hallmark Channel film Once Upon a Holiday, co-starring his daughter Briana He had a guest-starring role on the network crime series Bones in 2017, followed by a multi-episode character arc as Jim Harvey on General Hospital in 2018
Celebrities Module List Page (38)Heather Thomas
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Heather Thomas is an American actress, author, and political activist, who co-starred as Jody Banks on the TV series The Fall Guy.

Thomas started acting at age 14, when she was one of the hosts of a series on NBC called Talking with a Giant, in which she interviewed celebrities. In 1978, she began acting in small television roles; she appeared in the series Co-Ed Fever, of which she later said, "It was cancelled after the third commercial."After Co-Ed Fever's cancellation, Thomas was chosen for the role of Jody Banks in The Fall Guy, which starred Lee Majors and was produced by Glen Larson, from its 1981 premiere to its 1986 cancellation . She appeared in several movies, the first of which was Zapped! in 1982, but she gave up acting in 1998. Thomas appeared on numerous pin-up posters during the 1980s.Following her acting career, Thomas wrote a screenplay called School Slut and sold it to Touchstone Pictures for a figure reported as "mid-six-figure." Touchstone did not make the film, however, and Thomas acquired the rights to produce it herself.
Celebrities Module List Page (39)Heather Young
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Heather Young is an American former actress who is best known for playing the character Betty Hamilton on the television series Land of the Giants.

Young was born in Bremerton, Washington. She began her entertainment career as a singer at Disneyland. In 1967 she had a number of small roles in shows such as the Batman television series and the courtroom series Judd for the Defense.Her first experience of working with Irwin Allen was in the final episode of The Time Tunnel called "Town of Terror". She played a regular role as Betty Ann Hamilton on Allen's next series Land of the Giants. After the cancellation of the show and appearing in the 1972 TV movie Oh, Nurse!, Young gave up acting to concentrate on her family.Young returned to television briefly in a two-part episode in Galactica 1980, appearing in the second part called "The Night the Cylons Landed".
Celebrities Module List Page (40)Heidi Sorenson
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Heidi Sorenson was spotted by a scout for "Playboy" magazine after winning a local bikini contest in Vancouver B.C. At 21, she became a Playboy Playmate for the July 1981 edition of Playboy Magazine. Heidi subsequently became a member of the "Singing Playmates" musical group and travelled the world performing on various international stages. She also sang on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

Heidi acted in a handful of movies; she's especially memorable as a 'vestal virgin' in "History of the World: Part I" and a sexy hooker in the 1985 classic vampire horror film "Fright Night". She made guest appearances on such TV shows as "Matt Houston", "Cheers", "T.J. Hooker", "Stingray", "Dream On", "Renegade" and "Weird Science". Later, Heidi became a screenwriter and wrote for shows such as Fred Penner's Place and Silk Stalkings. She continues to work in the film business. Heidi is also a licensed counselor and certified meditation teacher with a holistic approach specializing in helping women recovering from breast cancer in Vancouver, BC and Southern California. She dedicates much of her time advocating for equal rights for girls and women.
Celebrities Module List Page (41)Irina Voronina
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Irina Voronina in a small town in Russia, Irina dreamed of becoming a model. However she was always told “No” by the Russian modeling scouts, at the age of 19 she was considered to be “too old” to start a modeling career. She would not take no for an answer, and at the age of 20 she moved to Milan, Italy, to make her dreams come true. She was immediately signed by a big agency, and was instantly booking print jobs and TV commercials in Italy and the rest of Europe. As her international modeling career began to skyrocket, Irina made her way to the US, where she was introduced to Playboy Studio West in Los Angeles CA.

It took no time at all for the Russian beauty to become Playboy’s Miss January 2001, and Irina permanently relocated to LA to take her career to the next level. She signed with Wilhelmina LA, which offered her the opportunity to work with world-famous photographers such as Teri Richardson, Mathew Rolston, Antoine Verglas, David LaChapelle and many others. She’s an advertisers dream, known for her gorgeous smile, charm and on-set professionalism. Irina represented many international brands including SKYY Vodka, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, Bacardi, Sisley & Detour to name a few. She has millions of visual impressions around the globe via the covers and pages of worldwide magazines; FHM, Maxim, Playboy (in 20 countries), Max (Italy), Ocean, Shape, 944, Knockout, Q (UK), People (Australia), and most recently Kandy, Rukus, Vape and Browz magazines. In 2008 Irina was named St. Pauli Girl spokes model and completed a 12-month PR tour across America. She became the first ever St Pauli Girl to ring the NYSE closing bell representing Constellation Brands. The St. Pauli Girlexperience served as valuable media training for Irina, and she beganaccepting hosting engagements. From 2011-2012 Irina was the main host for Playboy Radio’s weekly show “Playmate Club,” and has interviewed hundreds of celebrities live on air. In 2013 Irina was named Kandy Magazine’s Model of the Year as a result of her fans downloading the highest number of digital issues that year.She is also a 3 times Kandy magazine cover girl. In 2001 Irina’s first agent told her that she will never be able to be an actress because of her accent. And again, she would not take no for an answer. Irina worked very hard on eliminating her accents, and took classes at the best acting schools.​She got her first big screen break in “Reno 911!: The movie” as the funny foreign girl. Since then she appeared on many feature films, including “Balls of Fury”, “Piranha 3DD”, “Lazer Team”, “Killing Hasselhoff”, an indie film “Scramble” to be released in December of 2017, which she also co-produced. Irina’s television credits include; a series regular role in the fully improvised sitcom “Svetlana” for HD Net, the first ever live action show on Adult Swim Network “Saul of the Mole Men,” guest star appearances on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly,” “Tosh.0”, “Reno 911!” to name a few. In 2018 we Irina appeared in “13 Reason Why” (Netflix). In 2015 Irina took stage as a stand up comedian. Even though English is her second language, she pushes an envelope with her unapologetic and straightforward sense of humor.Irina takes you on a journey from her life back in USSR to gracing on the pages of Playboy magazine. Irina has performed at the Comedy Store (LA), Flappers (Burbank), Improv (Ontario), Ice House (Pasadena), and many other comedy clubs in the LA area.Irina also produces her own bi-monthly all girl stand –up comedy show “Comedy Stew” at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood.​ In 2016-2017 Irina was contracted to a live streaming app Busker, where she broadcasted 62 episodes of a weekly cooking show “Cook With Irina​In 2018 she was accepted and performed at Joshua Tree Improv & Comedy Festival, Palm Springs Comedy Festival, Orange County Comedy Festival, Burbank Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, Laugh Riot Grrrl, and a US Comedy Contest.​Irina loves connecting with her fans and stays active daily across all social media platforms with 4+ million followers. Irina is gladly collaborates with the brands, and is able to create quality sponsored content from beautiful imagery to infomercials and comedy sketches. Irina's Halloween skit was featured on Halloween Show of Laugh Exchange App.​Look for Irina's first Comedy Appearance on Laugh After Dark series on Amazon Prime Video (set to air in February 2019). Irina is always happy to support various charities with personal appearances and through her social media reach. Irina remains actively involved with Playboy Enterprises and is proud to represent the brand via appearances in the iconic bunny costume. She is commonly spotted at key red carpet, social, fashion and entertainment events in support of her fellow Playmates causes, and the brand that helped launch her career.
Celebrities Module List Page (42)J.G. Hertzler
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John Garman Hertzler Jr. is an American actor, author, screenwriter, and activist best known for his role on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as the Klingon General (later Chancellor) Martok, whom he portrayed from 1995 until the series' end in 1999.

Hertzler began his acting career in the 1970s, doing mostly stage acting and appearing in some films. He guest starred in a few episodes for different television shows before landing the part of Alcalde Ignacio De Soto in the early 1990s show Zorro. In addition to Deep Space Nine, Hertzler has appeared on several other Star Trek shows, written two Star Trek novels, Hertzler worked in the Washington area on theatre projects. On the movie screen, he portrayed Lucas in the horror film The Redeemer: Son of Satan (also known as Class Reunion Massacre), which was released in 1978.Hertzler also had a role in the feature film And Justice for All which starred Al Pacino, released in 1979. His first notable guest role on television was in 1990 on the Quantum Leap episode "The Sea Bride – June 3, 1954".His first major television role was in the 1990s series Zorro as Alcalde Ignacio De Soto, the antagonist character who replaces Ramone as the Alcalde (Mayor) of Los Angeles in the third and fourth seasonsHertzler's first involvement in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was in the series' pilot episode "Emissary" as the Vulcan captain of the Federation starship Saratoga. In an interview with Startrek.com, Hertzler said he had worked with Patrick Stewart at the Paramount Studios lot where Stewart ran some Shakespeare workshops. He would later audition for DS9 multiple times, but did not receive any roles.He was at the Paramount Studios auditioning for another series when DS9 casting director Ron Surma had him read for Klingon General Martok. At first, Hertzler portrayed Martok as a mild-mannered Klingon, but when he was asked to make him angrier, he picked up a chair and threw it into a wall. The chair's leg stuck briefly and he said he had also inadvertently ripped his thumbnail causing it to bleed, but it had impressed the auditors and he landed the part.Martok debuted in the season 4 premiere "The Way of the Warrior" followed by the season 5 premiere "Apocalypse Rising". His character was originally a changeling (shapeshifter) Dominion impostor. Hertzler said the writers chose Martok to be the changeling, because they thought that making the Klingon Chancellor Gowron to be an imposter was "too pat or too easy." After the Martok changeling was killed in the episode Apocalypse Rising, the writers then brought in the real Martok as a recurring character starting in season 5, during which he portrayed a one-eyed Klingon. He would play Martok for three seasons including the finale, by which time he had replaced Gowron as the leader of the Klingon Empire. Hertzler describes the part as an actor's dream because of its physicality and range. The character has been involved in many aspects of Deep Space Nine including frequently interacting with WorfHertzler played other characters in DS9, including a changeling named Laas, in the episode "Chimera", who interacts with main character Odo. In an interview with Little Review, Hertzler said that he was concerned he would be recognized as Martok despite the makeup and character change, but it worked out okay. Credited as Garman Hertzler for the episode, he said that he got a chance to interact with some of the lead characters that Martok would not encounter, especially the ones played by Nana Visitor and René Auberjonois.in portraying Laas, Hertzler said he tried to act like William Shatner, but with a higher pitch. Another guest character he did was Roy Ritterhouse, a painter/sketcher in the season 6 episode "Far Beyond the Stars".Following the end of DS9, Hertzler played a Hirogen in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Tsunkatse", which was noted for featuring pro wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. In the episode, he and The Rock are conscripted alien fighters. Hertzler said that he also got to wrestle actress Jeri Ryan who played Seven of Nine In Star Trek: Enterprise, he played a Klingon lawyer in the episode "Judgment" and a Klingon Captain in the episode "Borderland". He made appearances at Star Trek and science fiction conventions and events.[31] In 2015, Hertzler joined the cast on the fan-funded short film Star Trek: Axanar as Captain Samuel Travis of the FederationOutside of the Star Trek world, Hertzler appeared in the television film Pirates of Silicon Valley where he portrayed director Ridley Scott He made guest appearances on Six Feet Under, Roswell, Charmed, and Highlander: The Series.In 1995–96, he was involved in a national tour for the stage theatre production of Dial M for Murder, in which he portrayed Max Halliday an American writer who gets involved in a love triangle.
Celebrities Module List Page (43)Janice Kent
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Janice Kent is an American actress, director She has appeared in roles on stage and television and in films. She has appeared in over 150 television commercials and isknown for The New Leave It to Beaver (1983), Castle (2009) and Criminal Minds (2005).

Before starring as Tony Dow's (Wally Cleaver) wife in The New Leave it to Beaver/Still the Beaver, she had a small role in Kentucky Fried Movie, which Tony Dow also had a cameo in playing Wally Cleaver.
Celebrities Module List Page (44)Jay North
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Jay North is an American actor. His career as a child actor began in the late 1950s with roles in eight TV series, two variety shows and three feature films. At age 7 he became a household name for his role as the well-meaning but mischievous Dennis Mitchell on the CBS situation comedy Dennis the Menace (1959-1963), based on the comic strip created by Hank Ketcham.

As a teen North had roles in two Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer feature films: Zebra in the Kitchen and Maya. He also starred in the NBC television series adaptation of the latter film, also titled Maya. As an adult he turned to voice acting for animated television series, voicing the roles of Prince Turhan in the Arabian Knights segment of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour and a teenaged Bamm-Bamm Rubble on The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show.After leaving show business he disclosed the truth about the difficulties he dealt with as a child actor. He began working with fellow former child star Paul Petersen and the organization A Minor Consideration, using his own experiences as a child performer to counsel other children working in the entertainment industry.North's first professional acting job was a live appearance on the gameshow Queen for a Day, hosted by Jack Bailey. He continued to work as a child model and actor in commercials, and landed small parts on a number of popular NBC variety shows of the 1950s, such as The George Gobel Show, The Eddie Fisher Show, and The Milton Berle Show, before auditioning for the role that made him a star.In June 1958, Columbia Pictures's television division Screen Gems was holding a nationwide search for a boy to play the title character in their television adaptation of the popular Dennis the Menace comic strip by Hank Ketcham, and 6-year-old North auditioned.] After receiving news that his first audition had not gone well, agent Hazel MacMillan pressed the studio to see him again.[5] The studio agreed and was impressed with his second audition. After hundreds of other boys' auditions North was asked back to screen test with Herbert Anderson, Gloria Henry, and Joseph Kearns. A pilot was filmed later that summer.The season passed, and North heard nothing more from Screen Gems, but continued to work, appearing in a Christmas-themed episode of the CBS Western series Wanted: Dead or Alive titled "Eight Cent Reward". In the episode, he portrayed Laddie Stone, a young boy who pays bounty hunter Josh Randall (Steve McQueen) eight cents to find Santa Claus Over thenext several months, North made television appearances on such shows as 77 Sunset Strip, Rescue 8, Cheyenne, Bronco, Colt .45, and Sugarfoot, and broke into feature films with roles in The Miracle of the Hills and The Big Operator until, in early 1959, almost one year after he had first auditioned, MacMillan contacted North's mother to tell her that her son had been chosen to play the role of Dennis "The Menace" Mitchell.Dennis the Menace premiered on CBS on Sunday, October 4, 1959, and quickly became a hit with audiences. North was paid US$500 (equivalent to about $4,600 in 2021) per episode his strawberry red hair was bleached platinum blonde for the role, and the 8-year-old was instructed to "shave" a year off his age when speaking with the press. His mother continued to work at AFTRA full-time, and hired business managers to invest his earnings. In a 1993 interview with Filmfax magazine, North spoke highly of his mother, saying: "I want to make it very clear about one thing. I never supported my mother during [Dennis the Menace]. She earned her own money from AFTRA. She never lived off my earnings. While his mother worked, her sister Marie Hopper and brother-in-law actor-composer Hal Hopper served as his on-set guardians during filming for Dennis The Menace. In addition to filming the series, he appeared as Dennis in commercials for the show's sponsors, Kellogg's cereals, Best Foods mayonnaise, Skippy peanut butter, and Bosco chocolate milk, and regularly traveled around the country with his aunt and uncle on the weekends to promote the show These obligations, combined with the required three hours a day of school, took their toll on him, and by the end of the first season, the 8-year-old had begun to feel the pressures of being the lead star of a popular show.In late 1960, the second season of the series was ranked among TV's top 20 shows, and his portrayal of Dennis had become a beloved pop culture icon. He made crossover guest appearances as Dennis on such television shows as The Donna Reed Show and The Red Skelton Hour, and in the feature film Pépé. That year, North recorded The Misadventures of Dennis the Menace soundtrack stories on LP, and an LP album of songs titled Jay North - Look who's singing!. By late 1961, the series was in its third season, and North was earning $2,500 (equivalent to about $23,000 in 2021) per episode. The show remained in the top 20, but North had grown tired and frustrated with the pressures of carrying a hit show and the long work hours. His mother and the rest of the Dennis The Menace cast were unaware of the abuse, and he concealed his unhappiness due to threatened retribution from his aunt. By the fourth season, North was earning $3,500 (equivalent to about $32,000 in 2021) an episode but by 1962, the 11-year-old had begun to outgrow the character's childish antics. This, combined with the unexpected loss of Joseph Kearns near the end of season three, had changed the dynamic of the show. During his interview with Filmfax, North recalled: "Between the pressures of the business and Joe's dying, I became very serious, very morbid, and very withdrawn from the world. I was the antithesis of the little kid that I played on the television show." By the end of the fourth season, ratings were down, and in early 1963, to his relief, Dennis The Menace was canceled North continued to audition, and in 1964, he appeared in an episode of Wagon Train, but found himself typecast as the impish Dennis Mitchell and had trouble finding steady work. In 1999, North told the E! network, "I had to fight the ghost of Dennis the Menace, and I was typecast. I still had the face, and that's what casting directors, producers and directors saw when I would go in to read for a role."In 1965, he landed the lead role in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer family comedy film Zebra in the Kitchen as Chris Carlyle, a boy who, unhappy with the living conditions he finds at his local zoo, decides to set the animals free, causing chaos throughout the town Over the next year, he continued to appear in small television roles, guest-starring on the MGM TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and reuniting with his former Dennis the Menace co-star Gale Gordon on The Lucy Show In 1966, North landed the starring role in another MGM family adventure film, Maya.In the movie, which was filmed on location in India, North played Terry Bowen, a boy who navigates the Indian jungle with a Hindu boy and an elephant and her baby calf, the latter a sacred white elephant. He continued to appear in small guest-starring roles on television shows such as My Three Sons and Jericho, and in 1967, NBC decided to make a television series adaptation of Maya. North agreed to reprise his role and was soon back filming on location in India.The feature film Maya and subsequent television series made North a popular teen idol of the era, featured in numerous teen magazines such as Tiger Beat, 16 Magazine, Teen Datebook, and Flip.] While Maya proved popular with teen audiences, the NBC series struggled in its time slot against popular shows of the time, CBS's The Jackie Gleason Show and ABC's The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game, and was cancelled after one season. Years later, North spoke fondly of his experience on the series, saying, "I can say that I'm really proud of my work on Maya, from a professional standpoint. I got to play an adult role and it was a challenge." North had missed a full year of school while filming Maya in India, and after returning home to Hollywood, began a normal life in high school, graduating from Rexford Senior High School in Beverly Hills in 1969. North narrated the surf film, The Fantastic Plastic Machine, in 1969After completing filming on the Maya television series, North found work as a voice actor for animated television series, providing the voices of Prince Turhan in the Arabian Knights segment of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, Terry Dexter in Here Comes the Grump, and a teenaged Bamm-Bamm Rubble on The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show.[5][7][8][13] In 1971, he left Hollywood for Chicago to perform in dinner theater, appearing in several stage productions, including principal roles in Norman, Is That You? and Butterflies Are Free.In 1974, North appeared in his last starring role in the R-rated coming-of-age suspense thriller The Teacher, opposite Angel Tompkins Though the film's adult themes were branded "vulgar" and "lurid" by some who still thought of North as his Dennis performance 10 years prior Los Angeles Times critic Kevin Thomas appreciated North's work in the film, writing,The plot of The Teacher isn't worth outlining, yet it develops a relationship between a 28-year-old woman and an 18-year-old high school boy with sensitivity and credibility unusual for an exploitation film. Avedis displays much concern for his people and allows Miss Tompkins and North plenty of room to give fresh, spontaneous performances."Over the next several years, North held onto the hope of being rediscovered by Hollywood and continued to take acting classes, In 1980, he appeared in a cameo role in the television movie Scout's Honor, with other former child stars Angela Cartwright from The Danny Thomas Show, Lauren Chapin from Father Knows Best, and Paul Petersen from The Donna Reed Show. In 1982, he landed a week-long stint on the daytime soap General Hospital, but steady work in show business continued to elude him. Financially secure from real estate investments his mother had made with his earnings from Dennis The Menace and frustrated by the direction his career had taken, he retreated from public life for the next several years and worked in the health food industry. In 1984, he optioned the book Burn Judy, Burn for $5,000, hoping to play the lead role of executed killer Steven Judy Throughout the rest of the 1980s, he appeared with other former television stars on news and talk shows such as Good Morning America, Donahue, and Oprah. In October 1988, he acted out his frustrations toward Hollywood in a comedy sketch on an episode of HBO's Not Necessarily the News, spoofing his role as Dennis the Menace. Dressed in overalls, striped t-shirt, and cowlick, 37-year-old North portrayed an angry adult Dennis, taking revenge on "Hollywood pigs" with a telescopic rifle.
Celebrities Module List Page (45)Jeannie Russell
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Jeannie Russell (born Jeanne K. Russell; October 22, 1950) is an American actress best known for playing Dennis's playmate, Margaret Wade, in the television series Dennis the Menace, which was based on the Hank Ketcham comic strip of the same name and aired from 1959 to 1963 on CBS.Russell was chosen at the suggestion of Jay North, who starred in the role of Dennis, to play his nemesis playmate. She appeared in 31 of the series' 146 episodes over the four-year run of the show.

Russell also appeared in other popular TV shows of the era, including The Deputy (1959), Assignment: Underwater (1961) Death Valley Days (1961), and The Dinah Shore Show. Russell provided a singing voice in the 1961 Disney movie Babes in Toyland and made an uncredited appearance in the 1963 popular suspense horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, The Birds, in which she played a school child. In 1993, she made a cameo appearance in the film version of Dennis the Menace playing one of the Mitchells' neighbors. In 1971, She moved to New York City and Mel Winkler joined her with Gilda Radner, Bernadette Peters and Gerald Bud in There’s Nothing Like a Circus World Like That it was first aired on December 14, 1971 until her retirement and replaced by Lucy Andrews in 1978.
Celebrities Module List Page (46)Jeff Rector
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Jeff Rector is an American actor. He has appeared in over 60 feature films and television programs.

Credits include:Bad President (2020) as Donald TrumpFragments (2008) as CopSolar Flare as TrentInAlienable (2008) as Professor JeffriesDark World (2008) as MonihanScarecrow Gone Wild (2004) as RayThe Theory of Everything (2003) as RogerPray Another Day (2003) as Bond JamesFatal Kiss (2002, TV) as Richard ClarkeFirestorm Rising (2001) as CageLuna Butterflys (2000) as BernieNever Look Back (2000)The RamayanMadam Savant (1997) as Sergeant StevensIn My Sister's Shadow (1997, TV) as Man at barRapid Assault (1997, TV) as David PhillipsDinosaur Valley Girls (1996) as Tony MarkhamThe Killer Inside (1996) as Alex JohnsonFriend of the Family II (1996) as MarkThe Darkening (1995) as Scott GriffinGalaxis (1995) as TrayObsession Kills (1995)Tornado Run (1995) as Lieutenant Billy GunnBallistic (1995) as CaseLegion of the Night (1995) as Francis VansemiéDeath Riders (1994) as CopLove Street 1: I Dreamed of Angels Crying (1994, TV)Magic Kid II (1994) as JerryMarching Out of Time (1993) as Lieutenant ButchThe Secrets of Lake Success (1993, TV miniseries) as Cop #1Hellmaster (1992) as Jesse JamesonStreet Soldiers (1991) as PriestPretty Woman (1990)Danger Zone III: Steel Horse War (1990) as WymanCocktail (1988) (scene cut)Dr. Hackenstein (1988)Wall Street (1987) as TraderFatal ObsessionNightfallTV rolesBlack Scorpion as Evil Twin #2SFN: Science Fiction News as HostOn Common GroundPromised LandAll My ChildrenOne Life to LiveTV guest appearances:American Horror Story ("Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag", 2017) as Male AnchorHow I Met Your Mother ("Twelve Horny Women", 2012) as CopCity Guys ("Jamal X", 2000) as Policeman #1Arrest & Trial (2000)Beverly Hills, 90210 ("Local Hero", 1999) as Officer TerryNYPD Blue ("Twin Petes", 1998) as Peter WelchThe Keenan Ivory Wayans ShowBeverly Hills Bordello ("Use Your Imagination", 1996) as FelixSliders ("State of the A.R.T", 1996) as Scarface P.A.U.L.The Watcher ("The Gift", 1995)Compromising Situations ("The Elevator") as Emerson SpragueFather Dowling Mysteries ("The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Mystery", 1990) as RolandStar Trek: The Next Generation ("Allegiance", 1990) as Alien 2In Living Color
Celebrities Module List Page (47)Jennifer Taylor
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Jennifer Taylor is an American actress, best known for her role as Chelsea on CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, and earlier, for three other roles on the show. She also appeared in the 1998 erotic thriller Wild Things. God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (2018) and Shameless (2011).

Jennifer Taylor is an American actress, best known for her role as Chelsea on CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, and earlier, for three other roles on the show. She also appeared in the 1998 erotic thriller Wild Things. God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (2018) and Shameless (2011).
Celebrities Module List Page (48)Jeri Weil
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Jeri Weil (born May 15, 1948) is an American former child actress, best known for her role as Judy Hensler in the classic television series Leave It to Beaver.

Prior to being cast on Leave It to Beaver, California-born Weil had appeared in two TV series and six films in uncredited roles. Among the films she appeared in was The Eddie Cantor Story as one of Cantor's daughters. The role of Judy Hensler cast her as a classmate and nemesis of Theodore Cleaver ("The Beaver"). Including the show's pilot, Weil appeared in 31 of the 235 Leave It to Beaver episodes. In 1956 Weil appeared in an uncredited role as Linda Hutchins in the western movie The Fastest Gun Alive starring Glenn Ford.In 1983, as a result of a revival of the Leave It to Beaver series on television and film, Weil appeared on the Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour as a game show participant / celebrity guest star. She also reprised her role as Judy Hensler (Benton) in a single guest appearance on a 1987 episode of the revival series The New Leave it to Beaver.
Celebrities Module List Page (49)Jerry Mathers
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Jerry Mathers is an American actor. Mathers is best known for his role in the television sitcom Leave It to Beaver, originally broadcast from 1957 to 1963, in which he played Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver, the younger son of the suburban couple June and Ward Cleaver (Barbara Billingsley and Hugh Beaumont, respectively) and the brother of Wally Cleaver (Tony Dow).

His early movies included This is My Love (1954), Men of the Fighting Lady (1954), The Seven Little Foys (1955) and Alfred Hitchcock's black comedy The Trouble with Harry (1955), in which he plays the son of Shirley MacLaine and finds a dead body in the forest.Leave It to BeaverMathers states that he got the role of Beaver Cleaver after telling the show's producers he would rather be at his Cub Scout meeting than audition for the part. The producers found his candor appealing and perfect for the role. Mathers played the Beaver for six years, appearing in all 234 episodes of the series. He was the first child actor to have ever had a deal made on his behalf to get a percentage of the merchandising revenue from a television show. Indeed, Leave It to Beaver still generates revenue, more than a half century after its original production run.The original sitcom has been shown in over 80 countries in 40 languages. Mathers noted that the Leave It to Beaver phenomenon is worldwide. "I can go anywhere in the world, and people know me," Mathers has said. "In Japan, the show's called 'The Happy Boy and His Family.' So I'll be walking through the airport in Japan, and people will come up and say, 'Hi, Happy Boy!'"When asked in a 2014 television interview whether he had known at the time of the filming of the Leave it to Beaver series that the show was special, and would be in perpetual syndication, Mathers responded: "No, not at all. I had worked since I was two years old. I did movies. I didn't do any other series, but I had done a lot of movies and things like that so, in fact, every year it was a question whether we would come back for the next year 'cause you had to be picked up. So you would do 39 shows and then we would go to New York and meet all the press, and then we'd go to Chicago to meet the ad people, then we'd come back and take about five to six weeks off, and if we got picked up, then we'd start again. So we did that for six years because that was the length of the contracts at those times. So that's why there are 39 [episodes] for six years, and then it was off the air. Not off the air, but we didn't film any new ones [after that.]"Mathers remained friends with Barbara Billingsley, who played his TV mother June Cleaver, and he remembered her after her death as "a good friend and an even better mentor. For me she was like the favorite teacher that we all had in school."In 1962, near the end of the run of Leave It to Beaver, Mathers recorded two songs for a single 45 rpm: "Don't 'Cha Cry," and for the flip side, the twist ditty "Wind-Up Toy".During his high school years, Mathers had a band called Beaver and the Trappers.As he moved into his teenage years, Mathers retired from acting to concentrate on high school. He attended Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California. During this time he led a musical band called Beaver and the Trappers. While he was still in high school, Mathers joined the United States Air Force Reserve in 1966. Wearing his dress uniform, Mathers, along with child actress Angela Cartwright, presented an Emmy award to Gene Kelly in 1967. After graduating from high school in 1967, Mathers continued to serve in the Reserve and made the rank of Sergeant in December 1969, a rumor began that Mathers was killed in action in the Vietnam War. Although the origin of the rumor is unclear Mathers never saw action and was never stationed outside the United States.Years later, in 1980, Mathers and Dow appeared with Bill Murray on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update segment, making fun of the Vietnam War death rumor.In 1973, Mathers attended the University of California, Berkeley, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy. He then worked as a commercial loan officer at a bank before using well-invested savings from his acting career, which began at $500 a week, to begin a career in real estate development. In 1978,In 1983, Mathers reprised his role in the television reunion film Still the Beaver, which also featured the majority of the original Leave It to Beaver cast. The success of the television film led to the development of a sequel series, of the same title. The series began airing on the Disney Channel in 1984, then went on to be picked up by TBS and broadcast syndication, where it was retitled The New Leave It to Beaver and ran until 1989.Mathers has since continued his career in films and television roles. In the 1990s, he guest starred on episodes of Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Vengeance Unlimited, Diagnosis Murder, and as himself on Married... with Children. In 1998, Mathers released his memoirs, And Jerry Mathers as The Beaver.
Celebrities Module List Page (50)John Eimen
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John Eimen is best known as Cadet Monk Roberts on the children's sitcom, "McKeever And The Colonel" and for featured roles on "Have Gun-Will Travel", "The Untouchables", "The Rebel", "The Twilight Zone", "Leave It To Beaver" and "Petticoat Junction", among others. He was also the model for an iconic "Milk Mustache" ad that appeared in the Feb. 2, 1959 issue of LIFE magazine long before the National Dairy Council's "Got Milk?" campaign.

His active acting years were from 1956 to 1969, beginning with appearances on "Ozzie And Harriett", "Bachelor Father" and the very first episode of "Leave It To Beaver". His final appearance was a small part in the first episode of "Love-American Style".Although he continued getting small parts in his teens, his interest turned to music in high school and thereafter. He performed in garage bands and later in a popular supper club trio in L.A. and Beverly Hills.In 1974 he moved to Japan where he taught English for the next ten years and continued performing as a solo singer-guitarist at small clubs in Osaka.
Celebrities Module List Page (51)Jon Provost
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Jon Provost is an American actor, best known for his role as young Timmy Martin in the CBS series Lassie.

Provost was born in Los Angeles. At the age of four, Provost was cast in the film The Country Girl (1954), starring Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly. He then appeared in Back from Eternity (1956) with Anita Ekberg and Escapade in Japan (1957), with Teresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell, and an unknown and uncredited Clint Eastwood.In 1957, Provost won the role of Timmy Martin in the CBS television series Lassie. He joined the show at the top of the fourth season as co-star with Tommy Rettig, Jan Clayton, and George Cleveland. Midpoint in the season, George Cleveland died and the show was completely revamped with Provost becoming the primary human star after the departures of Rettig and Clayton. The following year, he met June Lockhart on the set, who would play his mother, Ruth Martin, and would remain close friends. On December 25, 1958, Provost and Lassie were holiday guests on NBC's The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford.For seven seasons, 1957–1964, audiences grew to love Timmy and his adventures with Lassie. Timmy's canine companion was played by three dogs that were all descendants of Pal, the original Lassie from the MGM films: Pal's son Lassie Jr. and his grandsons Baby and Spook. In a 2014 interview, Provost said: "I worked with Baby for five years straight. Obviously, he and I really bonded. He was my favorite and I also thought he was the most intelligent of the ones I worked with. They were all great dogs."In 1964, however, Provost was 14 and chose not to renew his contract, although Campbell's Soup Company, the sponsor, wanted three more yearsProvost continued working in television and films, including This Property is Condemned with Natalie Wood and Robert Redford and The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes with Kurt Russell. Jon left Hollywood for college at Sonoma State University and chose to remain there, returning for occasional roles. Later, he sold real estate in Sonoma County, California and donated his time to various causes such as the Humane Society, Easter Seals, Canine Companions for Independence and local charities. He also attends celebrity conventions and autograph shows and works for other animal causes.In 1990, Provost was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" Award for his role as Timmy Martin on the original Lassie series, and in 1989, he returned to television with a recurring role on The New Lassie series as real estate agent Steve McCullough.In 1994, Provost received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7080 Hollywood Blvd. His memoir, Timmy's in the Well: The Jon Provost Story, was released in December 2007 (Cumberland House Publishing, ISBN 978-1581826197). In August 2008, Provost was honored with a "Lifetime Achievement Award" at the Pocono Mountains Film Festival.
Celebrities Module List Page (52)Joseph Gatt
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Joseph Gatt (born 3 December 1971) is an English actor. He is best known for his roles in the films Thor (2011), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), and Dumbo (2019)

Joseph Gatt (born 3 December 1971) is an English actor. He is best known for his roles in the films Thor (2011), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), and Dumbo (2019)
Celebrities Module List Page (53)Julienne Davis
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Julienne Davis is an American actress and model. She was born in Los Angeles, CaliforniaHer acting credits include the role of "Mandy" in Eyes Wide Shut, Tabloid, House of 9, and The Bill, as well as being a main cast member of the television series Too Much Sun. She also appeared in an advertisement for Carling beer. Prior to acting, she worked as a fashion model for print, editorial, and catalogues, most notably for Gossard Bras and the Pirelli Calendar.

Julienne Davis is an American actress and model. She was born in Los Angeles, CaliforniaHer acting credits include the role of "Mandy" in Eyes Wide Shut, Tabloid, House of 9, and The Bill, as well as being a main cast member of the television series Too Much Sun. She also appeared in an advertisement for Carling beer. Prior to acting, she worked as a fashion model for print, editorial, and catalogues, most notably for Gossard Bras and the Pirelli Calendar.
Celebrities Module List Page (54)Karen Grassle
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Karen Grassle is an American actress, known for her role as Caroline Ingalls in the NBC television drama series Little House on the Prairie/

She made her Broadway debut in the short-lived 1968 play The Gingham Dog. Grassle played in Butterflies Are Free on Broadway (as stand-by with Gloria Swanson, Rosemary Murphy, etc.) as well as at the Elitch Theatre in Denver, Colorado, in June 1972, along with Maureen O'Sullivan and Brandon deWilde, who was killed before leaving town after the performances ended. Grassle starred in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Cymbeline with Christopher Walken, Sam Waterston, and Bill Devane.Grassle auditioned for the role of the mother, Caroline Ingalls, in the Little House on the Prairie TV series and won the part. The series ran for nine seasons, from 1974 to 1983. After making the pilot for Little House on the Prairie, Grassle appeared in one episode of Gunsmoke titled "The Wiving" as Fran, one of several saloon girls kidnapped. Subsequently, she acted in the features Harry's War, a 1981 American film where she played Kathy, the wife of Edward Herrmann's title character, and Wyatt Earp, a 1994 film starring Kevin Costner. On television, she starred in and co-wrote the NBC-TV film Battered. Other TV movies include Cocaine: One Man's Seduction, Crisis in MidAir, and Between the Darkness and the Dawn. In episodic TV, she starred in Hotel, Love Boat, and Murder She Wrote (twice). She also appeared on Hollywood Squares and numerous talk shows such as Dinah, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, and John Davidson.
Celebrities Module List Page (55)Karl Held
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Karl Held is the actor who played 'Lindstrom' in the "Star Trek" TOS episode "The Return of the Archons". He was born as Carl Held in Jersey City, New Jersey, and is also known as Karl Held. Held was married to fellow Star Trek guest star Sarah Marshall from July 20, 1964 until her death on January 18, 2014. He visited the set in August 1967 during filming of "The Deadly Years", in which Marshall guest starred.

Karl has appeared in over fifty films and television shows in a career spanning three decades. In the early 1960s, he had a brief recurring role on the long-running series "Perry Mason", playing the title attorney's assistant, 'David Gideon'. He later starred in the 1970s British television series "The Lotus Eaters". From 1986 through 1989, Held portrayed the role of 'Garth' on the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest.In addition to his regular and recurring roles, Held had guest spots on such series as "77 Sunset Strip" (with Bill Quinn), "The Outer Limits" (with Martin Landau), "The F.B.I." (with Stephen Brooks and Paul Fix), Cimarron Strip (with Paul Carr), "The Invaders" (with Lawrence Montaigne and Alfred Ryder), "Thriller" (with Kim Darby), "Space: 1999" (starring Martin Landau and Nick Tate), "Charlie's Angels" (directed by Cliff Bole), Riptide (with Ray Wise), "Santa Barbara" (with Nicholas Coster and Louise Sorel), and "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" (with Vince Howard and Gary Lockwood).His was in the infamous "Good to the Last Drop" episode of "L.A. Law" in 1991. This episode featured the death of Diana Muldaur's character after falling down an elevator shaft. It also featured series regular Corbin Bernsen as well as Daniel Benzali, Roy Brocksmith, Lawrence Dobkin, and Robert Walker.Held has been featured in a number of feature films, as well, with uncredited roles in 1961's "The Outsider" (co-starring Stanley Adams and Paul Comi), the 1967 Disney comedy "The Gnome-Mobile", and the 1971 James Bond film "Diamonds Are Forever" (also featuring Sid Haig and Marc Lawrence). He also had credited supporting roles in the 1965 thriller "36 Hours" (co-starring James Doohan, Roy Jenson, and Celia Lovsky) and the 1965 Disney comedy "That Darn Cat!" (with Frank Gorshin).
Celebrities Module List Page (56)Ken Olandt
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Ken Olandt is an American actor, He is best known for his lead starring role as Detective Zachary Stone in the syndicated series, Super Force (1990–1992, 48 episodes).

He played male stripper Larry Kazamias in the comedy film, Summer School. He appeared in the 1993 horror film, Leprechaun starring Jennifer Aniston and had a recurring role as "Dooley" in the second season of Riptide (1984). He guest-starred as Lydia's innocent alien brother Nigel, in a 1985 episode of V. He made guest appearances on such shows as Supercarrier, Hotel, Rags to Riches, The Young and the Restless, 21 Jump Street, Highway to Heaven, Matt Houston, The Fall Guy, The A-Team, Pacific Blue, JAG, Murder, She Wrote, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Celebrities Module List Page (57)Kurt Carley
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He is an actor known for Godzilla (1998), Underworld (2003) and Underworld: Evolution (2006).

He is an actor known for Godzilla (1998), Underworld (2003) and Underworld: Evolution (2006).
Celebrities Module List Page (58)Laurie Jacobson
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In the new Beatles book “Top of the Mountain: The Beatles at Shea Stadium 1965,” released on Aug. 1, 2022, Jacobson meticulously weaves first-person interviews and quotes from dozens of writers, agents, producers, photographers, fans, friends, and celebrities such as Meryl Streep and Whoopi Goldberg who have come together to convey the compelling story behind the historic New York Beatles concert.

Jacobson didn’t merely recount a day in the life of the Fab Four’s milestone 30-minute show that featured a 12-song set before some 56,000 screaming fans from the twist and shout generation. She describes the long and winding road leading up to the Aug. 15 event and, in the end, its influence on music history as the first pop concert performed in a major American sports stadium – shattering attendance records.“I spent close to seven years gathering information and amazing photos – hundreds never seen before,” explained Jacobson from her home in Northern California.Laurie Jacobson’s yesterday, the road to her new Beatles bookLaurie was just 10 when the Beatles began consuming her adolescent world.“Like so many others, I saw them on ‘Ed Sullivan’ and was immediately hooked,” she recalled. “Those smiles, that hair! I ran right out to buy their 45 of ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ and went bonkers with posters and magazines – anything Beatles!”
Celebrities Module List Page (59)Lillian Müller
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Lillian Müller is a Norwegian model and an actress in motion pictures and television. She was born in Grimstad, Norway. A "Page Three Girl" five times, her first appearance was in January 1974.

Lillian achieved her major breakthrough after being spotted by Suze Randall, who photographed her Playboy cover and shot her Playmate pictorial (the centerfold was photographed by Dwight Hooker). She appeared in the magazine as Playmate of the Month in August 1975, and was named Playmate of the Year in 1976. Her film work includes: "Rosemary's Daughter", "Casanova & Co.", "The Night They Took Miss Beautiful", "Hometown USA" , "Miracle on Ice", "Death Ray 2000", "King of the Mountain", "Best Defense", "Stewardess School"TV work includes: "Remington Steele", "Magnum, P.I.", "Charlie's Angels", "Fantasy Island", "Starsky & Hutch"Lillian appeared in Van Halen's music video "Hot for Teacher" as the physical education teacher.'In 1978, she portrayed Rod Stewart's love interest in his video "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" She is sometimes credited as Inga Anderssen, Lillian Mueller, Yulis Revel, Yuliis Ruval, Yulis Ruval or Yullis Ruval.
Celebrities Module List Page (60)Lisa Welch
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Lisa was Playmate of the Month for September 1980. Her pictorial was titled 'The Frisco Kid.'

Lisa was born Nov. 11, 1960 in Aberdeen, MD. She was an Army brat who moved from place to place throughout her childhood before her family eventually settled in San Francisco. She graduated early from high school and studied fashion retailing at the University of Marin. According to her Playmate of the Month pictorial, she was working two jobs – as a travel agent and as a restaurant hostess – when she visited the Playboy modeling agency in Los Angeles and was persuaded to try out for Playmate.Following her stint as a Playmate, Welch embarked on a brief acting career. She had a small part as a vestal virgin in “History of the World: Part I” (1981) and was sorority girl Suzy in “Revenge of the Nerds” (1984). She made a guest appearance on the television show “Matt Houston” (1983) and had a minor part in the thriller, “Night Fire” (1994).Lisa is quoted in “The Playmate Book: Five Decades of Centerfolds” as saying, “If it hadn’t been for Playboy, I never would have come to L.A. from Marin County and met my husband on a blind date.” They married and raised nine children. They lived on an avocado ranch outside of Los Angeles, which was used as a location for movies and television shows. They are now living on a ranch and vineyard near Malibu, where Lisa is an artist.
Celebrities Module List Page (61)Liz Vassey
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Liz Vassey is an American actress. Her most notable roles include Emily Ann Sago on All My Children, Captain Liberty on The Tick, Wendy Simms on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Lou on Brotherly Love, and Nikki Beaumont on the web series Nikki & Nora.

vassey played teenager Emily Ann Sago on the soap opera All My Children from 1988 to 1991. From 2004 to 2005, she had a recurring role on the series Tru Calling as Dr. Carrie Allen.She appeared in several episodes of the sitcom Two and a Half Men. In the episode "The Last Thing You Want is to Wind Up with a Hump" in 2003, in "Twanging Your Magic Clanger" and "The Crazy Bitch Gazette" (2011), and in "Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt" (the season premiere with Ashton Kutcher).From 2005 to 2010, Vassey had a recurring role as Wendy Simms on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Starting with the tenth season, Vassey was promoted to a regular cast member and began appearing in the show's opening credits. Entertainment Weekly reported on June 1, 2010 that Vassey would not be returning for the show's eleventh season. She guested in one episode of that season.Vassey made a cameo on Joss Whedon's web-based musical, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, as "Fury Leika".
Celebrities Module List Page (62)Mario AC Della Casa
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Celebrity Artist Best Known for The I Dream of Jeannie Bottle & TV Shows DALLAS, TVLand Awards, CHARMED, WKRP & Freddy The Flute - HR Puffnstuff.

Celebrity Artist Best Known for The I Dream of Jeannie Bottle & TV Shows DALLAS, TVLand Awards, CHARMED, WKRP & Freddy The Flute - HR Puffnstuff.
Celebrities Module List Page (63)Megan Cavanagh
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Megan Cavanagh is an American actress, who is best known for portraying Marla Hooch in A League of Their Own and the voice of Judy Neutron in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.

Cavanagh made her film debut in Penny Marshall's A League of Their Own starring Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, and Lori Petty. Film critic Vincent Canby of the New York Times praised the film writing ""A League of Their Own" is one of the year's most cheerful, most relaxed, most easily enjoyable comedies. It's a serious film that's lighter than air, a very funny movie that manages to score a few points for feminism in passing." He went on to list Cavanagh as among "the excellent supporting players", Following her film debut, Cavanagh was cast in two Mel Brooks' comedies. The supporting roles were Broomhilde in Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) and Essie in Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995). Other films include supporting roles in For Richer or Poorer (1997) starring Tim Allen, Kirstie Alley, and Jay O. Sanders, and Disney's That Darn Cat starring Christina Ricci and Doug E. Doug.She voiced Judy Neutron and Sasha Vortex in the 2001 Oscar-nominated animated feature Jimmy Neutron: Boy GeniusCavanagh was featured in the short-lived second season of Bob (1993) and played the recurring role of Trudy McHale, who married Al Borland in the series finale, on the sitcom Home Improvement starring Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson and Earl Hindman (1998–99).She reprised the role of Judy Neutron in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and several TV movies including The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour, Jimmy Neutron: Win, Lose and Kaboom, and The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide. She also voiced Slog in Tak and the Power of Juju and Hilary Higgenbottom in The Mighty B!.She appears in the American sitcom Friends as Luisa the ex-classmate of Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) and Monica (Courteney Cox) who works for animal control. She is only in one episode.Cavanagh makes an appearance in Season 3, Episode 4 of Will and Grace entitled "Girl Trouble." She plays Terry.
Celebrities Module List Page (64)Melanie Chartoff
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Melanie Chartoff is an American actress and comedian. She first became famous for her comedy work on the ABC series Fridays (1980–82), and in the 1990s Fox sitcom "Parker Lewis Can't Lose."

She voiced both 'Didi Pickles' and 'Grandma Minka', Didi's mother on the Nickelodeon animated series "Rugrats" and "All Grown Up!".Melanie's first TV role came in 1976 when she played a nurse on "Search For Tomorrow", after which appeared in the 1978 motion picture "American Hot Wax". She first became a nationally known figure on ABC's "Fridays"."Between the demise of "Fridays" in 1982 and her return to a regular series in 1990 with "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" (in which she co-starred for three seasons as the high-strung Principal Grace Musso), Melanie continued to work steadily on television throughout the 1980s, including appearances on "Mr. Belvedere", "Wiseguy", and "St. Elsewhere", as well as a recurring role on "Newhart" as 'Dr. Kaiser'She made two appearances on "Seinfeld", including one in the 1998 series finale in which four of her former Fridays co-stars were also involved (including Michael Richards). She appeared in the 2006 season finale of Desperate Housewives.Melanie is also an inventor and continues to work in film/TV & theater.
Celebrities Module List Page (65)Michael Canavan
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Michael Canavan is the actor who appeared as 'Tamal' in the "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", episode: "Defiant", 'Curneth' in the "Star Trek: Voyager" episode: "Unforgettable", and a 'Vulcan adviser' in the "Star Trek: Enterprise" episode: "First Flight".

Michael is married to fellow Star Trek guest actress Shannon Cochran. In a StarTrek.com interview, Cochran mentions they married because he was the only other person, aside from Jonathan Frakes and Nana Visitor, she filmed the episode "Defiant" with. Canavan remembered working with her on this episode, too and mentioned that they both wore no alien makeup and he saw how pretty she was for the whole week. Canavan's other projects include the feature films "Hidalgo" "The Island", "Flags of our Fathers", and "Murder By Numbers." His television credits include a recurring role on "7th Heaven" as well as guest appearances on "Alias", "CSI: Miami", "The West Wing", and "The X-Files" episode: " En Ami" as 'Cameron McPeck.'
Celebrities Module List Page (66)Michael Forest
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Mike Forest has been working in the entertainment business – film, television, radio, theatre – since he was in his teens! He has appeared in hundreds of television episodes, dozens of feature films, appeared on Broadway, in regional theatre and in local Los Angeles theatre – and voiced many hundreds of characters for animation (anime) and replaced voices (dubbing) in features and for television both here and in Europe. In addition to his enormous list of credits in the United States, he also built up a huge resume of work in Europe, having spent 10 years living in Rome. Michael filmed not only in Italy, but also in Spain, Yugoslavia, North Africa, on the CBC in Canada, and other areas.

One of Michael Forest’s signature performances was the God Apollo in the Original Star Trek Series episode “Who Mourns For Adonais.” It plays on the Sci Fi Channel constantly and is one of the series’ most respected episodes. His motorcycle riding alien in “Black Leather Jackets” on The Twilight Zone is another episode that hits the tv airwaves often. Now that so many of the early television programs are available on dvd, a number of the huge catalogue of Westerns he shot in the 50s and 60s are starting to run on television. GUNSMOKE, HERE COME THE BRIDES, BONANZA, BRANDED, DANIEL BOONE, LAREDO, RAWHIDE, THE VIRGINIAN, LARAMIE, WAGON TRAIN and of course the film, 100 RIFLES, which brought him to Europe in the first place. And there are so many more. Michael co-starred in a recurring role (with Roger Moore) on THE ALASKANS; he did the pilot for IT TAKES A THIEF, twice; GILLIGAN’S ISLAND, GET SMART, THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. – too, too many tomention here. In addition to other Soap Opera’s in which he appeared, Mike ran three years as a regular on HOW THE WORLD TURNS. His anime characters are on-going and there are already at least four pages of titles on imdb now – one of his favorite characters was a running part on POWER RANGERS (Olympias). His most recent television appearances were on ALIAS and COLD CASE. He just completed work as the Guest Star on a new web series - STAR TREK CONTINUES reprising his iconic role of the God Apollo - as an older man. Mike recently completed filming on a short film When The Train Stops. Check him out on imdb – 12 pages of credits – and that isn’t all there is!!! Michael’s theatre credits span almost 60 years. He co-starred on Broadway in BREAKFAST WITH LES AND BES, he starred (understudied and went on for Frank Langella) in PICTURES AT AN EXECUTION at the Mark Taper Forum, played the leads in numerous Shakespearean plays at the Old Globe in San Diego, Milwaukee Rep, Seattle Rep and others. He has starred and co-starred in many Los Angeles, San Jose, and Seattle theatrical productions.
Celebrities Module List Page (67)Michelle Baena
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Busty, shapely, and enticing blonde 5'3" bombshell Michelle Baena .

Michelle moved to California at age seventeen. In August, 2004 Michelle decided to pursue a modeling career at age thirty-one. Baena came in fourth place in the Bay City Area Hawaiian Tropic contest. She sent several photos of herself to Playboy.com and was chosen be both grace the cover of and do a pictorial in the May, 2005 issue of the famous men's magazine. Michelle has subsequently gone on to model for Mystique, Mac & Bumble, the USA National Bikini Team, and Benchwarmer Trading Cards. Moreover, Baena has posed for pictorials in such publications as "American Curves," "Rockstar," and "Skateboarder."Michelle still models to this day.
Celebrities Module List Page (68)Monte Markham
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Monte Markham is an American actor. He has appeared in films, and many television series.

Markham played the dual roles of Luke and Ken Carpenter in the 1967–1968 ABC sitcom The Second Hundred Years, and portrayed Harry Kellem in the original Hawaii Five-O. In 1969–1970, he starred in the television series Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, based on the 1936 movie of the same name.Markham had the title role in The New Perry Mason (1973–1974).He also had the role of the racing-car-driver-turned-cyborg "Barney Miller" in the second-season episode of The Six Million Dollar Man entitled "The Seven Million Dollar Man", which first aired 1 November 1974. On 9 November 1975, in the third-season episode "The Bionic Criminal", Markham reprised the role – although with the character's name changed to "Barney Hiller". The same year Markham also played the dual roles of Vince Barrett and Rick Hatfield in the Barnaby Jones episode "Doomed Alibi" and portrayed the criminally insane character Pike in the episode "Power Play" in the revival of The Invisible Man.Markham appeared as Blanche Devereaux's brother Clayton Hollingsworth on the NBC sitcom The Golden Girls, in two episodes. From 1989–1992, he played the role of Captain Don Thorpe, senior lifeguard on Baywatch. He narrated several documentary series that appeared on the History Channel in the mid to late 1990s, including The Great Ships, Air Combat, and Combat at Sea.
Celebrities Module List Page (69)Nikki Tyler-Flynn
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Nikki Tyler-Flynn is an actress who played Erin Hansen in the Star Trek: Voyager. Her previous television experience include two episodes of The John Larroquette Show (1995-1996) and episodes of Alien Nation, Murphy Brown (1996), and 3rd Rock from the Sun (1996). She was later seen on such television series as Alright Already (1997, with Maury Sterling), The Wayans Bros. (1998), Seven Days (1999, with Norman Lloyd, Scarlett Pomers, and Alan Scarfe), 7th Heaven (2002, starring Stephen Collins), Malcolm in the Middle (2006), and Desperate Housewives (2006, starring Teri Hatcher, Alfre Woodard, and Mark Moses).

Tyler has also been seen in the comedy Me, Myself & Irene (2000), the animated adventure Osmosis Jones (2001, featuring the voice of William Shatner), and the comedy Stuck on You (2003, with Seymour Cassel, Googy Gress, Tracey Ruggiero, and Maria Celeste Genitempo).Tyler had a recurring role on the sitcom The King of Queens (2001-2006). Other Star Trek performers she has worked with on this show are Lisa Banes and Dakin Matthews. She is also known for her role in the 2010 high school comedy Easy A, with Malcolm McDowell and Bobby C. King.More recent projects include guest roles in episodes of General Hospital: Night Shift (2007, with Justin Rodgers Hall) and Weeds (2010, with John Fleck), the sport comedy Here Comes the Boom (2012, with Reggie Lee and Shelly Desai), and the comedy sequel Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (2015, with Neal McDonough, Shelly Desai, Robert Clendenin, Lorenzo James Henrie, Cory DeMeyers, and Bill Blair).
Celebrities Module List Page (70)Ola Ray
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Ola began a professional singing and dancing career with her twin brother and sister. They called themselves The Puppets, and their musical talent was good enough to land them a contract at the Big Together Club in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo.

The Puppets’ increasing popularity led to appearances in Television commercials, touring performances at various cities throughout Japan, and a recording contract offer from Sony Records in Tokyo.Throughout Ola’s singing and dancing career in Japan, she also embarked on a modeling career where she was booking a substantial number of assignments with the Eddie Arab Modeling Agency. She modeled as a poster girl and appeared in several television commercials After her successful stay in Japan, the family returned to the United States in 1978 where Ola decided to make Los Angeles her home base so that she could further pursue a career in entertainment.In June of 1980, Ola appeared in Playboy Magazine’s June “Playmate of the Month” that helped her land an exclusive contract with Johnson and Johnson, promoting their ‘Classy Curl’ Kit products. She appeared in national ad campaigns that included magazines, TV commercials, and billboards. Ola became a brand ambassador for several other national campaigns including the ‘Milk” Ads for the Milk Advisory Board, Coca Cola, Coors, McDonalds, and Leggs Pantyhose, IBM, Kentucky Fried Chicken and moreIn 1983, Ola’s entertainment career skyrocketed when she co-starred as Michael Jackson’s girlfriend in the Grammy Award winning short music video film, ‘Thriller’.Ola Ray’s name was known internationally for the video that is still considered the worldwide favorite music video of all time. Before Thriller came along, her first music video break came when she co-starred with George Benson in his ‘Gimme The Night’ release.The doors opened for movie roles with Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, and Warner Brothers as well as network television work in series for the three networks at CBS, NBC, and ABC.Her movies include appearances in ‘48 Hours’ with Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte; ‘Night Shift’ with Michael Keaton and Henry Winkler; ‘Beverly Hills Cop 2’ with Eddie Murphy; ‘Ten to Midnight’ with Charles Bronson, and ‘Fear City’ with Billy Dee Williams and Tom Berenger. Ola also played a leading role in a television pilot that was a spin-off from the popular sitcom, ‘Gimme A Break’ for NBC.and she is currently writing television scripts . Ola has also finished penning her memoir of her life and career in “Hollywood” called “The Thrill Of It All”.The autobiography for Ola is not a “Kiss and Tell” book, but one she hopes a young woman will read and understand how to avoid the lure of fame in “Hollywood” often means that of exploitation that can impact one’s life negatively if they don’t have a clear understanding of how the entertainment business works.
Celebrities Module List Page (71)Patti Pelton
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A highly-regarded award winning, creative and strategic industry professional. Patti Pelton has extensive experience both in front of and behind the camera. Her impressive roster of film, TV and stage experience was launched when she was cast as one of the Rockford Peaches in the classic film A League of Their Own, directed by Penny Marshall.

She is known for New Amsterdam (2018), Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018) and CSI: NY (2004).
Celebrities Module List Page (72)Peggy McIntaggart
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Peggy McIntaggart was the Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 1990.

She worked in such films as "Beverly Hills Cop II", "Into the Night", and the cult classic "Lady Avenger."Peggy is now a professional photographer.
Celebrities Module List Page (73)Peter Deyell
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Peter began his career performing in New York City on the Broadway stage as one of the children playing Patrick Dennis as a little boy in Auntie Mame. He then went on to playing the son of Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca in Sid Caesar Invites You. That led to stage roles with Steve Allen, Bob Hope, Nat “King” Cole, Victor Borge, Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, and others. His first feature film was That Kind of Woman with Sophia Loren and Tab Hunter.

On television he was in the Shirley Temple Storybook series, Kim, The Prince and the Pauper, and Madeline. He was Peter in the series Mr. Novak, starringJames Franciscus, Dean Jagger, and Burges Meridith. He had a reoccurring role on the multi-award winning childrens show, Dusty’s Treehoue. He was acharacter on Santa Barbara for several seasons.He was featured in Your Cheatin’ Heart with George Hamilton and Susan Oliver. Signed as a contract player at 20th Century Fox TV, he played Robin to Lyle Waggoner’s Batman for the test pilot.Behind the camera, Peter was an assistant director to Steven Spielberg when they were making short films. He went on to CHiPs, Hunter, Remington Steele, Matlock, and then TV feature/mini-series World War III, Rage, and Evita: First Lady starring Faye Dunaway. And producer of feature films, The Ghost Dance, Road To Nowhere, Not Enough Rope, and Parts: The Clonus Horror. His music video credits include: WAR, The Commodores, Electric Light Orchestra, Paul Anka, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Michael Jackson.He is a U.S. Coast Guard veteran, Charter Founder of the Artist Rights Foundation with Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Sidney Pollack, and Arthur Hiller and a life member of the National Association of Eagle Scouts.
Celebrities Module List Page (74)Raquel Pomplun
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Raquel Pomplun was a Playboy Playmate in 2012, & the Playboy Playmate Of the Year 2013.

She was born in San Diego, CA and raised in Tijuana, B.C., Mexico. Raquel moved back to San Diego, CA in 2000.Raquel is an actress, model, dancer, and also a broadcaster. As a model, Raquel is signed with Wilhelmina LA Models and has appeared on numerous magazine covers and print advertising for companies such as Mercedes-Benz.Raquel appeared in the Paramount Pictures' motion picture, "The Gambler" starring Mark Wahlberg, as well as "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."She starred in a new online comedy sketch series "Chocolate Milk Series" alongside actress/model Malorie Mackey.Raquel also stars as the lead in the premium short form series "Infini" (working title) for HollyShorts Studios.She is a dreamer with her feet on the ground that is setting sail to a dynamic and full of surprises career in the acting and modeling industries. Raquel's upcoming films include: "Escape", "Muck: Chapter 1" , and "Warnings".
Celebrities Module List Page (75)Renny Temple
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Renny Temple ended his folk music career after The Highwaymen (Michael, Row TheBoat Ashore; Cottonfields) and joining The Serendipity Singers (Don’t Let The RainCome Down), spending years of recording, college concerts, folk clubs and TV varietyperformances (The Ed Sullivan Show; Hullabaloo; Hootnanny; etc.)

Renny began his first love – acting – by starring in over one hundred televisioncommercials, becoming one of the most visible actors on the small screen during the 70’s and 80’s – as spokesman and in character. His face and performances became an industry standard; a “Renny Temple-type” needed when advertisers looked to make their next commercials. He and his wife, actress Caren Kaye, co-founded WAR BABIES, a ground-breaking Improvisational Theater Company, at the beginning of the Improv movement – beginning in New York and then moving to Los Angeles to begin television performances for the legendary Dick Clark. Renny continued his successful commercial career and, along with Caren, moved into television work, including Guest-Starring in Soap, Bionic Woman, Alice, Charles in Charge, Days Of Our Lives, Love, American Style (with Caren), Eight Is Enough and others, including joining the Hart to Hart cast in its final season. He also Guest Starred as the title character of the Emmy-award winning episode of All In The Family as “The Draft Dodger.” He starred in his short-lived series L.A.T.E.R. (Life and Times of Eddie Roberts).Renny moved into directing television, commanding such shows as Head of the Class, Empty Nest, It’s Garry Shandling’s Show and others, including being the only television director to direct a very young Leonardo DiCaprio in TWO television shows: Growing Pains and Lassie! Renny and Caren now live in Oregon, where he teaches Improv and formed Oregon’sn premier Theater Company, OUT OF THIN AIR.
Celebrities Module List Page (76)Robert O'Reilly
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Robert O'Reilly was born on March 25, 1950 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), The Mask (1994) and Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).

Has made guest appearances on two different series in which one of the main characters was a shapeshifter: Manimal (1983) and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).Famous among Star Trek sequel fans for his portrayal of Chancellor Gowron, supreme leader of the Klingon Empire.
Celebrities Module List Page (77)Salli Sachse
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Salli Sachse was one of the more visible American International Pictures actresses of the mid-'60s, initially in the Beach Party movies and later in such groundbreaking films as "The Trip".

Born Salli Rogers in San Diego and raised in La Jolla, she later married Pete Sachse, an aspiring folk singer. She was discovered by American International Pictures when the two men for whom she was working as a receptionist, who had created a cartoon character that had been licensed by AIP, recommended her as one of a group of 'beach girls' for the film "Muscle Beach Party." In the course of shooting, Sachse came to the attention of director William Asher who took a liking to her and to Linda Opie, one of the other girls in the beach scenes. Both very tall with long hair, they started getting used by Asher on either end of the group shots of the cast to frame images of the girls. Sally subsequently appeared in "Pajama Party", "Sergeant Deadhead", "The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini", and "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine", all comedies in which she dressed the film up visually with her presence. "Ski Party" she did too. "The Wild Angels" was Sachse's first drama, and in its wake, she moved into other serious movies in different kinds of roles: The Trip had her cast as a woman who experiences a bad acid trip."Devil's Angels", directed by and starring John Cassavetes, put Salli in the role of a biker, in which she cut a startlingly aggressive figure astride her motorcycle and in the scene in which young ingenue Mimsi Farmer is assaulted by the gang. After appearing in "Wild in the Streets", she decided to shift her career to modeling and she also worked for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young as their personal photographer during the quartet's first tour. Sachse has also been an artist and had a career in psychology, and still occasionally does commercials.
Celebrities Module List Page (78)Shannon Cochran
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Shannon Cochran is an actress who appeared in three episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and had a supporting role in "Star Trek Nemesis." She has been appearing in Star Trek Online as Sirella since October 2020.

Born in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, she has been married to fellow DS9 actor Michael Canavan since 2003. In a StarTrek.com interview, she mentions that she married her "Defiant" co-star Canavan, and that he was the only person, aside from Jonathan Frakes and Nana Visitor.Shannon has guest-starred in episodes of "ER", "Frasier", "NYPD Blue", "Seinfeld", "Full House", and "The Office" episode "Sexual Harassment" as 'Pam Beesly's mother' and also appeared in episodes of J.J. Abrams' "Fringe" , "Off the Map", "Desperate Housewives", "Scandal", "NCIS", and "NCIS: Los Angeles."Shannon is probably best known for her role as Anna Morgan in the mystery thriller "The Ring"." She is currently appearing in the theatrical play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" in San Francisco, California.
Celebrities Module List Page (79)Shauna Sand
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Shauna Sand is an American actress and Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for May 1996.

She began modeling at the age of nine. She took time off from modeling and went to Paris and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in international business administration from the American University of Paris.Sand became Playboy Playmate of the Month for May 1996. Sand began her acting career with a guest appearance on the TV show Renegade. She appeared in TV shows such as Charmed, and in movies such as the comedy The Deviants (2004). She played the main antagonist in the first three seasons of Hollywood Girls (2012 to 2014). Sand starred in Shauna Exposed.
Celebrities Module List Page (80)Stanley Livingston
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Stanley Livingston is an American actor, director, producer, editor and writer.

He is best known for playing Richard "Chip" Douglas, the third son of Steve Douglas (Fred MacMurray) on the television series My Three Sons. He and MacMurray were the only actors in the cast who appeared throughout the entire series. Stanley's own younger brother Barry played his adopted brother "Ernie" in later seasons.
Celebrities Module List Page (81)Stefan Arngrim
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Stefan Arngrim is a Canadian actor and musician He is perhaps best known for his role as Barry Lockridge on the Irwin Allen television series Land of the Giants which aired from 1968 to 1970.

Stefan Arngrim is a Canadian actor and musician He is perhaps best known for his role as Barry Lockridge on the Irwin Allen television series Land of the Giants which aired from 1968 to 1970.
Celebrities Module List Page (82)Toni Basil
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Toni Basil, is an American singer, choreographer, dancer, actress, and director. Her song "Mickey" topped the charts in the US, Canada and Australia and hit the top ten in several other countries.

Basil started dancing professionally in childhood, but her career started when she served as an assistant choreographer to David Winters and as a dancer on Shindig! a breakthrough music variety show that premiered on the ABC network in 1964. In addition, she was assistant choreographer and a dancer on the 1964 concert film The T.A.M.I. Show (Teen-Age Music International) choreographed by David Winters, which featured fellow dancer and friend Teri Garr. Some of her 1960s film choreography work include Village of the Giants (1965), The Cool Ones (1967), and the Monkees' 1968 film Head in which she is partnered on-screen with Davy Jones during "Daddy's Song". She was also a lead dancer in the 1964 beach party film Pajama Party.In 1980, Basil choreographed, and co-directed with David Byrne, the music video for "Once in a Lifetime" by Talking Heads. She worked with Talking Heads again to direct and choreograph the video for the song "Crosseyed and Painless", taken from the same album Remain in Light. She choreographed David Bowie's Diamond Dogs Tour in 1974, his Glass Spider Tour in 1987, and his video for "Time Will Crawl". She has worked with Bette Midler for many years, including her 2008/2009 Las Vegas show The Showgirl Must Go On. She served as the associate director and choreographer of the worldwide Tina Turner Live: 50th Anniversary Concert Tour in 2008/2009. Her expertise as a choreographer led her to be invited to sit as a guest judge on season four and five of Fox Broadcasting Company's So You Think You Can Dance? In addition, she is credited with bringing street dance to prominence as a founding member and manager of The Lockers.Her film choreography through the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s include American Graffiti (1973), The Rose (1979), Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), Something to Talk About (1995), That Thing You Do (1996), My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) Legally Blonde (2001), Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003), Charlie Wilson's War (2007), and The House Bunny (2008).Basil is one of the seven original Lockers, the street dance group considered "the group that changed the face of dance". She is recognized as having been a seminal influence in bringing street dance to the attention of the American public. A 2012 Dance Magazine article cited Basil as the pioneer in merging ballet with street dance for a piece she choreographed for Saturday Night Live, "Swan Lake" in 1978.The Lockers opened and toured with Frank Sinatra, including performances at Carnegie Hall They opened for Funkadelic at Radio City Music Hall and many acts in Las Vegas, and made countless television appearances including the third episode of Saturday Night Live.Basil choreographed the TV Land Awards salute to Soul Train in 2005, as well as the TV Land Awards salute to Sid and Marty Krofft in 2009.Basil choreographed Quentin Tarantino's 2019 film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the age of 75, and appeared in an uncredited cameo, wearing her trademark fedora and dancing with Margot Robbie on the Pan Am flight. She said she was surprised by Tarantino's detailed knowledge of both 1960s dances and her previous work. She also said she personally knew two of the real-life people who are portrayed in the film: Sharon Tate and Jay Sebring, who were both killed in the Tate-LaBianca murders.Music careerBasil's recording career began in 1966 with a single for A&M Records which was the title song from the short film Breakaway, and the B-side was "I'm 28" written by Graham Gouldman who later co-founded 10cc. This film was made by artist Bruce Conner. Basil was asked to sing, solo, the swinging jazz number "Wham Rebop Boom Bam" in the first season of Saturday Night Live for the January 17, 1976, show with Buck Henry as host. Toni sold out solo shows at The Roxy in Los Angeles in June 1976, and sang the song on The Merv Griffin Show. She also guested with The Lockers during the first season of Saturday Night Live and, on later seasons, as a singer and filmmaker, to perform in her urban style Swan Lake.In 1982, she released the single "Mickey", which achieved international success. This song is a cover of "Kitty", a 1979 release by the UK band Racey, which was written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, with the latter also producing it. The original song did not include the famous "Oh Mickey, you're so fine" chant, which Basil added. The video was conceived, directed, and choreographed by Basil herself for the UK-based label Radialchoice, before the inception of MTV in July 1981 Issued on Chrysalis Records in September 1982 in the US, the song knocked Lionel Richie from No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December. It also topped the chart in Canada where it was issued by Virgin Records. The 45 was quickly certified Gold and in early 1983 reached Platinum status for sales of over 2 million copies in the United States alone. The music video for "Mickey" was one of the most popular early MTV videos. In the video, Basil wore her head cheerleader uniform from Las Vegas High School from which she graduated During an interview on VH1's "100 Greatest Songs of The 80's", Basil said that she still owns the same cheerleader sweater she wore in the video. In 2009, VH1 ranked "Mickey" Number 6 on its list of the 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the '80s. In 2017 she sued the makers of South Park over their use of the song in parodying Barack Obama's 2008 election win.For television, Basil has appeared as an actress and featured singer/dancer in many television shows and specials. She co-directed and choreographed two BBC specials with Alan Walsh and Ken Stephenson called "Toni Basil Tape 1" and "Toni Basil Tape 2".Basil's recording career consists of only two albums. Her first album, 1982's Word of Mouth, included a second Hot 100 single "Shoppin' from A to Z", as well as three songs by Devo, with the group providing the backing track. The track "Space Girls" was a re-recording of a 1974 Devo demo titled "Space Girl Blues" that was later released on Devo's "Hardcore Devo: Volume One". Devo member Gerald Casale and Basil were in a relationship at the time, and Basil had been an early supporter of the group.Toni Basil (1983), her eponymous second album, yielded a third and final Hot 100 charting single, "Over My Head", which reached No. 4 on the U.S. Dance chart. Her song "Girls Night Out" appeared on the 1986 movie soundtrack Modern Girls. To date, there have been five Toni Basil best of collections released on CD. In 1999, DJ and producer Jason Nevins's dance remix of "Mickey" was a club hit in Europe and Australia.Basil contributed vocals for the Devo song "The Only One" in 1987, part of the soundtrack of the flop horror film Slaughterhouse Rock, which Basil also starred in. The song was not released until 2000 on the demo compilation Recombo DNA.Acting careerAs an actress, Basil started off in the films Easy Rider and Five Easy Pieces. Some of her other films are The Last Movie (directed by Dennis Hopper), Greaser's Palace (directed by Robert Downey, Sr.), Mother, Jugs & Speed, Village of the Giants, Rockula (with Thomas Dolby) and Slaughterhouse Rock. On TV, she has appeared in episodes of Laverne & Shirley (in which she played the character, Mickie), Dark Justice, and in Baywatch Nights as a fortune tellerFilm making and music videosBasil directed short art films including Game of the Week, A Dance Film, Out Trip, and The Ping Pong Match. Predating music videos, these avant garde pieces found a new audience and were exhibited at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, the Getty Museum, and New York University's Grey Art Gallery. The Los Angeles Times noted Basil's deft editing transformed an ordinary ping pong match into an energetic dance routine.[citation needed]Basil's Word of Mouth video album was nominated for both a Grammy Award and an MTV Video Music Award.Basil's late 1960s 8 mm and 16 mm films toured the U.S. with the show "Semina Culture: Wallace Berman and His Circle" in 2007Aside from directing her own video for "Mickey", she also directed and choreographed the video for Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime". The video features lead singer David Byrne against a white background in a style similar to "Mickey".Awards and accoladesBasil's awards include Hip Hop International's Living Legend Award, a Grammy nomination for Long Form Video ("Word of Mouth") 1983, an Emmy nomination and win for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography for The Smothers Brothers in 1988, two MTV Award nominations, American Choreography Awards: four nominations and two wins including Lifetime Achievement Innovator, and The Los Angeles Theater Ovation: Street Dance Award. Exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art: Videos, and the Santa Monica Museum of Art: Short Films. She has also received platinum and gold discs in the US, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Philippines, and France. Her single "Mickey" was installed in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of the groundbreaking singles of the 1980s She was given tribute at The Carnival: Choreographer's Ball, Monsters of Hip-Hop Masters of Movement, and in Portraits of America's Great Choreographers. She was featured in the Museum of Modern Art Calendar of Artists and on the cover of Dance Magazine.On January 25, 2012, Basil presented The Electric Boogaloos with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 13th anniversary show of The Carnival: Choreographer's Ball for their role in popularizing dance styles such as popping and electric boogie.

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Celebrities Module List Page (83)Barbara Minkus
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On television, she was a regular for six seasons on Love, American Style, played Gittel the Witch in ABC’s Curiosity Shop, and was the voice of Ms. Pacman in the ABC cartoon series, Pacman. She had numerous television appearances over the years on The Danny Kaye Show, The Tonight Show, and made a record 20 appearances on The Merv Griffin Show.

After taking time out to raise her family, Barbara returned to the stage at The Santa Monica playhouse to appear in Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother. She then brought Picon Pie to the Playhouse, playing Molly Picon – a role she helped research – and later reprised the role Off-Broadway.
Celebrities Module List Page (84)Loni Anderson
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Loni Anderson is an American actress best known for her role as receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the CBS sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982), which earned her three Golden Globe Awards and two Emmy Award nominations.

Her acting debut came with a bit part in the film Nevada Smith (1966), starring Steve McQueen. After that, she was virtually unemployed as an actress for nearly a decade, before she finally began achieving guest roles on television series in the mid-1970s. She appeared in two episodes of S.W.A.T., then on the sitcom Phyllis, and the detective series Police Woman and Harry O.She auditioned well for the role of Chrissy on the popular sitcom Three's Company. She didn't win the role, but in 1978 guest-starred as Susan Walters on a season two episode, an appearance that brought her to the attention of the ABC network.Anderson's most famous acting role came as the sultry receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982). She was offered the role when producers saw a poster of her in a red swimsuit—a pose similar to Farrah Fawcett's famous 1976 poster. The sitcom's creator, Hugh Wilson, later said Anderson got the role because her body resembled Jayne Mansfield's, and because she possessed the innocent sexuality of Marilyn Monroe.Although the series suffered in the Nielsen ratings throughout most of its four-year run, it had a strong following among teens, young adults and disc jockeys. Owing to her rising popularity as the series' so-called "main attraction", Anderson walked out on the sitcom during the 1980 summer hiatus, requesting a substantial salary increase. While she was renegotiating her contract, she starred in the CBS made-for-television film The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980). When the network agreed to her requests, she returned to the series and remained until its cancellation in 1982. It has remained popular in syndication around the world.Aside from her acting career, Anderson has become known for her colorful personal life, particularly her relationship and marriage to actor Burt Reynolds. They starred in the comedy film Stroker Ace (1983), which was a critical and box office failure. She later appeared as herself in the romantic comedy The Lonely Guy (1984), starring Steve Martin. She voiced Flo, a collie in the animated classic film All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989).In the mid-to-late 1980s, Anderson's acting career gradually declined. She was teamed with Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter in the television series Partners in Crime in 1984. She appeared in television adaptations of classic Hollywood films, such as A Letter to Three Wives (1985) with Michele Lee, and Sorry, Wrong Number (1989) with Patrick Macnee and Hal Holbrook, both of which received little attention. After starring in Coins in the Fountain (1990), Anderson received considerable praise for her portrayal of comedian actress Thelma Todd in the television movie White Hot: The Mysterious Murder of Thelma Todd (1991). In the early 1990s, she attempted to co-star with her husband Burt Reynolds on his new CBS sitcom Evening Shade, but the network was not fond of the idea, thus replacing Anderson with Marilu Henner. After Delta Burke was fired from the CBS sitcom Designing Women in 1991, producers offered Anderson a role as Burke's replacement, which never came to pass because the network refused to pay Anderson the salary she had requested. She agreed to return as Jennifer Marlowe on two episodes of The New WKRP in Cincinnati, a sequel to the original series. In 1993, Anderson was added to the third season of the NBC sitcom Nurses, playing hospital administrator Casey MacAffee. Although her entering the series was an attempt to boost the series' ratings, the series was canceled shortly thereafter. Anderson has since returned to guest-starring on several popular television series, such as playing the "witch-trash" cousin on Sabrina the Teenage Witch and as Vallery Irons' mother on V.I.P. She also starred in the comedy film A Night at the Roxbury (1998).

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