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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.

Alison Waite
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Alison Waite : In May of 2006 she appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine and was the centerfold as well. Since posing for Playboy she has traveled all over the world for countless promotions to promote the brand and it's affiliates. Alison appeared on several episodes of E! Network Girls Next Door while she lived at the "bunny house" at the Playboy mansion. She was a Deal or No Deal model before she moved to Las Vegas to be a correspondent for entertainment news program Extra!.

She has also been a hostess for the World Poker Tour, E! News Now, Wild On, Rock Your Fashion and Sacramento Kings TV to name a few. She is also the host of a travel show in Vegas, Chicago, NYC, Miami and L.A.; Her favorite host gig was the playmate hostess of the Playboy Comedy Tour.

Amber Lynn Campisi
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Busty, sexy, and voluptuous brunette stunner Amber Lynn Campisi was tried out for "Playboy" scouts for the 50th Anniversary Playmate Hunt. After appearing in a pictorial in the December, 2003 issue of "Playboy," Amber was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month for the February, 2005 issue of the famous men's magazine. She has not only appeared in a handful of "Playboy" videos, but has also popped up on episodes of the realty TV series "The Girls Next Door," "Bridget's Sexiest Beaches," and "Kendra." Amber lives in Los Angeles, California.

Busty, sexy, and voluptuous brunette stunner Amber Lynn Campisi was tried out for "Playboy" scouts for the 50th Anniversary Playmate Hunt. After appearing in a pictorial in the December, 2003 issue of "Playboy," Amber was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month for the February, 2005 issue of the famous men's magazine. She has not only appeared in a handful of "Playboy" videos, but has also popped up on episodes of the realty TV series "The Girls Next Door," "Bridget's Sexiest Beaches," and "Kendra." Amber lives in Los Angeles, California.

Angel Boris
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Angel Boris is an Actress, Model, Playboy Radio Host & Playboy’s Miss July 1996. She has guest starred on TV shows such as King of Queens, Grounded for Life, Viper and many independent films & TV commercials. Had a recurring role on Beverly Hills 90210 as well as a contract role on the long running soap opera General Hospital.

Angel Boris is an Actress, Model, Playboy Radio Host & Playboy’s Miss July 1996. She has guest starred on TV shows such as King of Queens, Grounded for Life, Viper and many independent films & TV commercials. Had a recurring role on Beverly Hills 90210 as well as a contract role on the long running soap opera General Hospital.

Anjali Bhimani
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Anjali Bhimani is an American actress. She is best known for voicing Symmetra in the video game Overwatch and Rampart in the video game Apex Legends.

Bhimani's long time collaboration with Mary Zimmerman began in 1997 when she appeared as an Indian princess in Mirror of the Invisible World, adapted from the 12th century Persian epic Haft Peykar. She played Greek mythological character Myrrha in Zimmerman-directed Metamorphoses's world premiere produced by Lookingglass Theatre Company in 1998 and its Off-Broadway opening at the Second Stage Theatre in 2001. Drama critic Albert Williams, in his review for the Chicago Reader, called Bhimani a "stunning dancer". She made her Broadway debut when Metamorphoses opened at Circle in the Square Theatre (2002). In 2004, Bhimani became an understudy for Ayesha Dharker and Madhur Jaffrey's characters in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Bombay Dreams. During the play's The Broadway Theatre production Dharker left the play and Bhimani took over her role. She appeared as The Sparrow in Czech opera Brundibár (2006). Quake, a play Bhimani co-produced and co-directed opened at the Open Fist Theatre Company's First Look Festival of New Plays in 2011. For The Jungle Book she re-teamed with Zimmerman and played the role of mother wolf in its 2013 Goodman Theatre production. Bhimani has appeared in TV series including All My Children, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Sopranos, Journeyman, Shark, Flight of the Conchords, and Modern Family She voiced the character Symmetra in the first-person shooter video game Overwatch, and shared the 2016 Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game with her co-voice actors for the game In 2021, she guest starred on Exandria Unlimited, a spinoff of the web series Critical Role.

Anson Williams
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Anson Williams is an American actor, singer, and director, best known for his role as gullible, well-intentioned singer Warren "Potsie" Weber on the television series Happy Days (1974–1984), a role for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.

Williams has since become a prominent television director, working on programs such as Melrose Place (1992–1999), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000), Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996–2003), Lizzie McGuire (2001–2004), and The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008–2013) In 1972, Williams portrayed Potsie Weber in a segment of the comedy-anthology series Love, American Style titled "Love and the Happy Days", which also introduced Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), Richie's mother Marion (Marion Ross), and other characters who were spun off into the television series Happy Days. (Only Williams, Howard, and Ross reprised their roles). The new series' first season, during which Williams received second billing after Howard, was centered mainly on Richie and Potsie. Eventually, as breakout character Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler) and Richie's mother, father, and sister became more popular, Potsie was joined by Ralph Malph (Don Most, who was merely a side character in season one), and Potsie and Ralph became inseparable. Unlike Howard and Most, Williams was one of the few to remain through the entire run of the series, although his appearances became less frequent in later seasons. In some episodes, Richie, Potsie, and Ralph formed a band combo that performed at Arnold's Drive-In and other places. As Potsie, Williams actually sang lead vocals for the group. Williams' first wife, Lorrie Mahaffey, portrayed Potsie's girlfriend, Jennifer, in later seasons. In 1977, during his run on "Happy Days" Williams recorded and released a single, "Deeply" which peaked at #93 on the Hot 100 After Happy Days, Williams began a much more prolific career as a television director, starting with short programs for adolescent-age children, including afterschool specials "No Greater Gift" (1985) and "The Drug Knot" (1986), and TV-movie Lone Star Kid (1986). He has gone on to direct many episodes for a variety of television series, including The Pretender, Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place, seaQuest 2032, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Charmed. He also directed several episodes of the TV series 7th Heaven. Despite his success as a director and producer, Williams has occasionally returned to his work on Happy Days in retrospective ways. He played himself in a 1996 Happy Days-themed Boy Meets World episode (which also featured former castmates Tom Bosley and Pat Morita).While directing a 2003 episode of Sabrina the Teenage Witch titled "Sabrina in Wonderland", he appeared as Potsie in a fantasy sequence. He also joined his fellow Happy Days cast members for two reunion specials: The Happy Days Reunion Special (1992) and Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion (2005). Williams initially objected to footage of Potsie appearing in Weezer's 1994 music video Buddy Holly, which was set in Arnold's Drive-In from Happy Days, but he later relented. Williams is also a businessman. In 1987, fellow Happy Days cast member Al Molinaro and he opened a chain of diners called Big Al's; Williams is the author of Singing to a Bulldog: From Happy Days to Hollywood Director, and the Unlikely Mentor Who Got Me There.

Athena Massey
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Athena Massey is an American Actress, Producer and Voiceover Artist. She has an extensive resume in film and television, including Seinfeld and Star Trek: Voyager. She is known for the role of Lt. Eva Lee in the PC game Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 and its expansion pack Red Alert 2: Yuri’s Revenge.

Athena Massey has captivated audiences with an array of multifaceted performances in film and television. She made her film debut starring opposite Don “the Dragon” Wilson in the HBO World Premiere, Virtual Combat (1995). Massey’s physically demanding role garnered a lot of attention and respect. Skilled in Martial Arts and Krav Maga, she performed her own stunts in the film and continued to impress audiences and critics with her kickboxing skills in Cyber-Tracker 2 (1995). Massey went on to star in films such as Undercover Heat (1995), The Unspeakable (1996), Star Portal (1997), Termination Man (1998), and Harold Robbins’ Body Parts (2001). She can also be seen in The Nutty Professor (1996) with Eddie Murphy, Poison Ivy: The New Seduction (1997) with Michael Des Barres, Molly (1999) and Black Scorpion Returns (2001). She has also graced many EmmyAward-winning television shows, including her Guest appearances on Seinfeld (1995) where she ate her peas one at a time and The Larry Sanders Show (1995). Other television credits include: Doogie Howser M.D. (1992), Young and the Restless (1992), Dark Justice (1993), Murder One (1996), the highly-acclaimed series, Star Trek: Voyager (1996), Red Shoe Diaries (1996), LA Heat (1997), Nash Bridges (2 episodes, 1999-2000), Black Scorpion (3 episodes, 2001). Massey has also successfully crossed over into the CD Rom interactive world, in Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka (1995). She then portrayed a GDI Pilot next to Micheal Biehn in Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun (1999). In the gaming world, she is best known for the role of Lt. Eva Lee in the PC game Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (2000) and its expansion pack Red Alert 2: Yuri’s Revenge(2001). Trivia: Massey was named in the Top 20 Sexiest Women in Science Fiction by Femme Fatales Magazine. Find out more about Athena Massey at: www.instagram.com/athenamasseyofficial/ www.facebook.com/athenamasseyofficial

Ava Fabian
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Ava Fabian is an American model and actress. She was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month in August 1986 and has appeared in numerous Playboy videos. Fabian is also a former Playboy Bunny, five time cover girl and is an Ambassador to Playboy for three decades. Playboy made her a black bunny and a doll of herself one of a kind. She has done numerous layouts with Helmut Newton and Annie Leibowitz.

Fabian played Roxy Carmichael in the movie Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael starring Winona Ryder. She has appeared in The Drew Carey Show and Married... with Children. Fabian had a recurring role in the 1996 Cinemax television series Erotic Confessions as a character named Jacqueline Stone.

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.

Bill Minderhout
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Bill Minderhout from The Our Gang comedies is the talented tap dancer who appears in a sailor suit in The Lucky Corner. He also (unsuccessfully) recites "Peter Piper" for Spanky and the Rascals in an attempt to be chosen by them to enter in the KWZ Radio Station contest in The Pinch Singer. He plays a genie in Spanky's play about Aladdin in Aladdin's Lantern. He also sits between Dickie De Nuet and Tommy McFarland for Alfalfa's William Tell exhibition in Fishy Tales, if but to run for cover when Butch gets hit by the dart gun. Later on, Alfalfa turns him down as the identity of the Masked Marvel in Came The Brawn because he doesn't like his eyes, but Billy turns up later to watch the fight when the Masked Marvel turns out to be Butch. Alfalfa Switzer also dreams Billy into a view of the future as a chauffeur in Our Gang Follies Of 1938.

Billy Minderhout was played by William Minderhout, sometimes credited as "Billy Mindy."

Bill Smitrovich
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Bill Smitrovich is an American actor. He has starred in a number of television series. His first prominent TV series role was in the 1980s series Crime Story as Det. Sgt. Danny Krychek. He went on to star in the hit drama series Life Goes On (1989–93). Smitrovich was the lead guest star in the pilot film of the 1980s crime drama hit series Miami Vice. He also appeared in the final episode of NYPD Blue. He has also been seen in The Henry Lee Project with Danny Glover. In 1996, Smitrovich was cast as Seattle police lieutenant Bob Bletcher in Millennium, created and produced by Chris Carter, the creator of The X-Files. He is perhaps best known for his roles on the A&E series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (based on the Nero Wolfe detective stories by Rex Stout) as Inspector Cramer, and on the ABC hit series The Practice as Assistant District Attorney Kenneth Walsh and then went on to Without a Trace, where he played the recurring character of Chief Alex Olcyk. In 2010 he starred in the NBC series The Event as Vice President Raymond Jarvis.

Smitrovich has also played a number of characters in military roles. These include Independence Day (1996), Air Force One (1997), Thirteen Days (2000), Fail Safe (2000), and Eagle Eye (2008) He has made many guest appearances on various television shows. His best-known appearances include the two-part Star Trek: Deep Space Nine third-season episode "Past Tense," 24, Numb3rs, NYPD Blue, Touched by an Angel, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Criminal Minds, Castle, and the Dynasty reboot. Smitrovich has also starred in several television movies, playing Alexander Haig in the 2003 biographical TV miniseries The Reagans, as well as filling roles in Futuresport (1998) and in The '60s miniseries (1999). On film, Smitrovich's roles include the Stephen King adaptation Silver Bullet (1985), Renegades (1989), The Trigger Effect (1996), Gridiron Gang (2006), and the Marvel Comics superhero movie Iron Man (2008). Bill played the role of Mr. Zimburger in the Johnny Depp film The Rum Diary. He also appeared as the head of the CIA, Hanley, in Pierce Brosnan's movie The November Man.

Billy Gray
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Billy Gray is an American actor. He acted in more than 200 movies. He acted with stars such as Humphrey Bogart, Doris Day, Bob Hope, William Holden, Michael Rennie, Judith Anderson, Pat O'Brien and Barbara Stanwyck He did not attend school and was educated by teachers hired by the film studios, often having class in tents set up on studio lots.

He portrayed a young Jim Thorpe in Jim Thorpe – All-American and starred in the science fiction film The Day the Earth Stood Still. He portrayed Tagg "Bull's Eye" Oakley, younger brother of Annie Oakley in the pilot episode of Annie Oakley. He starred in the television series Father Knows Best and was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. His father died when he was 16, while he was working on the show.] He was cast as Plato in Rebel Without a Cause but because a delay in shooting interfered with his commitment to Father Knows Best he had to give up the role.

Blayne Weaver
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Blayne Weaver is an American actor, and filmmaker. He is best known for voicing Peter Pan in Return to Never Land (2002).

Weaver began to perform in the children's theater group The Peter Pan Players in Shreveport, Louisiana. His first major film performance was in the independent film Where the Red Fern Grows. In the late 1990s, he appeared in several TV movies and was also a guest star on several shows including ER, JAG, and Chicago Hope. In 2001, he became the new voice of Disney's Peter Pan, and has performed that voice in various children's films as well as in recordings for the Disney theme parks In 2001, Weaver co-wrote the film Manic, which starred actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He continues to play the voice of Peter Pan and pursue acting in Los Angeles. In late 2004, he directed, wrote and starred in the short film Losing Lois Lane, which made a big impact online. He then wrote, directed and starred in Secret Identity Productions' (SIP) first feature film Outside Sales, which won awards on the film festival circuit and was released nationwide through Echo Bridge Entertainment. Weaver wrote, directed and played a small role in SIP's next feature, Weather Girl, with an ensemble cast that boasted Tricia O'Kelley, Mark Harmon, Jon Cryer and Jane Lynch. Weather Girl enjoyed an extensive festival run followed by a ten-city theatrical and a worldwide television and DVD release. Weaver wrote, directed and stars in his next feature film 6 Month Rule with a cast featuring Martin Starr, Jaime Pressly, John Michael Higgins and Dave Foley. In 2016, Weaver wrote and directed Cut to the Chase, a feature film he also starred in about an ex-con that sets out in search of his kidnapped sister through the criminal underbelly of Shreveport, Louisiana. He also starred in the feature film Where We're Meant to Be by Michael Howard that deals with the interconnected stories of various characters during the pivotal changes and moments in their lives. His performance earned him a Best Actor nomination at the Eastern NC Film Festival. In 2019, Weaver directed the Netflix original movie Santa Girl. The movie is about Santa's daughter, Cassandra "Cassie" Claus, (played by Jennifer Stone) wanting to find herself and see the world despite the wishes of her father (played by Barry Bostwick) who wants her to take over the family business.

Bob Eubanks
FIRST HS APPEARANCE
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Bob Eubanks is an American disc jockey, television personality and game show host, best known for hosting the game show The Newlywed Game on and off since 1966. He also hosted the successful revamp version of Card Sharks from 1986 to 1989 He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his radio DJ work in 2000 It is in front of Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, he received a lifetime achievement Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Eubanks watched popular classic television and quiz game shows. Also growing up in the 1940s and 1950s, he was influenced by Cary Grant, Howard Hughes, Buddy Hackett, and Bill Cullen. (according to his commentary on a Card Sharks episode) and then went on to become one of California's most popular disc jockeys. In 1956, Eubanks worked at his first radio station, . He joined KRLA in Pasadena in 1960 to do the overnight show. In the spring of 1962, he was promoted to morning drive; a year later, During most of the 1960s, he was also a producer of concerts such as the Beatles' 1964 and 1965 Hollywood Bowl performances and the Rolling Stones during the first two years of their American tour. While still in Los Angeles, he also produced such artists as Barry Manilow, The Supremes, Dolly Parton, Bob Dylan, Elton John, and Merle Haggard, among others. In 1966, Eubanks received a phone call from Chuck Barris, asking him to host a new game show, The Newlywed Game; the show premiered on ABC later that same year. During its debut, it was an immediate hit, and the show's popularity led the network to expand the prime-time lineup, where it had run on the air for five years. Only 28 years old when he started hosting, Eubanks became widely popular for bringing a youthful energy to daytime television, pressing contestants into giving embarrassing and hilarious answers. The Newlywed Game was also ranked as one of the top three daytime game shows, for five consecutive seasons, between 1968 and 1973, and was ranked in the top three prime-time game shows, also for five seasons, between 1966 and 1971 While hosting The Newlywed Game, Eubanks was known for using the catchphrase "makin' whoopee", in reference to sexual intercourse. It was Eubanks who borrowed the term from the song of the same name, in an attempt to keep parents with young children from having to explain the facts of life because of a television show. While the network was comfortable with the term "making love", its Standards and Practices Department did not allow the use of the word "panties" While not taping, he also pursued a career in the country music business, where he served as manager of such artists as Dolly Parton, Barbara Mandrell and Marty Robbins The same year,he also signed Merle Haggard to an exclusive live-performance contract, producing more than 100 dates per year with the performer for almost a decade The Newlywed Game ended in 1974, after 2195 episodes, making Eubanks one of the most viewed game show hosts to date. He also hosted various editions in syndication (1977–1980, 1985–1988 and 1997–1999) In spring 2010, Eubanks hosted another episode of The Newlywed Game, subtitled "Game Show Kings". It featured Monty Hall and his wife Marilyn Hall, Peter Marshall and his wife Laurie Stewart, and Wink Martindale with his wife Sandy. This made Eubanks the only person to host the same game show in six consecutive decades (1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s). In 1988, Eubanks left The Newlywed Game to pursue other interests.

Bobby Clark
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Bobby Clark is an actor and stunt performer, who appeared in Star Trek: The Original Series. Clark and fellow stuntman Gary Combs played the Gorn captain in the TOS episode "Arena". Clark also appeared as an actor in at least three other episodes.

Clark filmed his scenes as the Gorn on Wednesday 9 November 1966 and Thursday 10 November 1966 at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park. He filmed his scene for "The Return of the Archons" on Wednesday 7 December 1966 at the 40 Acres backlot, and his scene for "Mirror, Mirror" on Wednesday 2 August 1967 at Desilu Stage 9. 38 years after introducing the race in "Arena", Clark, as a guest of stunt coordinator Vince Deadrick, Jr. (whose father had been a fellow TOS stuntman) visited the set of Star Trek: Enterprise episode "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" during the shooting of the scenes in which the Gorn made their first live-action appearance since that episode. In 2009 he appeared in the British television documentary Bring Back... Star Trek in which he reprises his role as the Gorn Captain with show host Justin Lee Collins standing into William Shatner's place in a parody of the famous scene in "Arena". In 2014 he made a guest appearance as the mirror universe Halkan administrator Tharn in Star Trek Continues E03 Fairest of them All. In 2016 he appeared in the documentary Star Trek: The Original Series - The Roddenberry Vault.

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, 90210 Roderick 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.

Brandi Brandt
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Brandi Brandt She is an actress, known for Ticker (2001), Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000) and Wedding Band (1989). She was previously married to Nikki Sixx.

Brandi Brandt She is an actress, known for Ticker (2001), Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000) and Wedding Band (1989). She was previously married to Nikki Sixx.

Branscombe Richmond
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Branscombe Richmond is an American character actor and stuntman. He is known for his starring role of Bobby Sixkiller on the American syndicated drama series, Renegade (1992–1997), and for his starring roles on the television series, Hawaiian Heat (1984) and Heart of the City (1986–1987). Richmond has appeared in numerous films, and has guest starred on numerous television series.

He appeared as a policeman named Harker in the pilot and all 10 episodes of Hawaiian Heat in the fall of 1984 on ABC. The show quickly failed pitted against the ratings juggernaut Dallas. In the fall of 1986, he then appeared as another cop, Sergeant Luke Halui, in all 13 episodes of Heart of the City. It was the second lowest rated show that season, due to having to do battle with NBC's Top 20 hits The Golden Girls and Amen, as well as losing out to CBS's show The New Mike Hammer. It ranked only 78th out of 79 shows and lasted only 13 episodes. Probably his most well known and prominent television role was in 1990s hit syndicated television series Renegade as Bobby Sixkiller. He also appeared in a minor role as Moki in the pilot episode of Magnum, P.I., before the role was taken over by another actor for the series (he played several bad guy bit parts in later episodes). His many other television appearances include series such as Jake and the Fatman, Vega$, Walker, Texas Ranger, The A-Team and The Highwayman. He has appeared in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Action Jackson, Hard to Kill, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Aces: Iron Eagle III, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, Christopher Columbus: The Discovery, and in The Scorpion King, as Mathayus's half-brother. He was inducted to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame He voiced the character Gibraltar in Apex Legends. He also has his own band, Branscombe Richmond and the Renegade Posse, which he formed in 1989. They tour the US when Branscombe isn't working on television or film.

Brian Tyler
FIRST HS APPEARANCE
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Brian Tyler was born on 15 May 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979), Vamp Bikers (2013) and Vamp Bikers Dos (2015).

Brian Tyler was born on 15 May 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979), Vamp Bikers (2013) and Vamp Bikers Dos (2015).

Britt Ekland
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Britt Ekland is a Swedish actress, model and singer. She appeared in numerous films in her heyday throughout the 1960s and 1970s, including roles in The Double Man (1967), The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968), Machine Gun McCain (1969), Stiletto (1969) and the British crime film Get Carter (1971), which established her as a sex symbol. She also starred in several horror films including the British horror film The Wicker Man (1973), and appeared as a Bond girl in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974).

Ekland continued to act throughout the remainder of the 1970s, having roles in films such as The Ultimate Thrill (1974), Royal Flash (1975), High Velocity (1976) and King Solomon's Treasure (1979), and into the 1980s starring in the likes of Fraternity Vacation (1985), Moon in Scorpio (1987) and Scandal (1989) although since the early 1990s her acting work has mainly consisted of stage shows, one-off roles, cameos or appearances on reality television. Her high-profile social life, her 1964 marriage to actor Peter Sellers and her relationship with singer Rod Stewart attracted considerable press attention, leading to her being one of the most photographed celebrities in the world during the 1970s Ekland began her career with bit parts and uncredited walk-on roles, including her first onscreen role in the Elvis Presley film G.I. Blues (1960). This was followed with a small supporting part in The Happy Thieves (1960). She had small roles in the Swedish films Kort är sommaren (1962) and Det är hos mig han har varit (1963), before landing her first major supporting part in the George Marshall Western Advance to the Rear (1964). In 1964 she appeared in the Christmas television film A Carol for Another Christmas with her then-husband, Peter Sellers. She followed this with After the Fox (1966), also starring Sellers; she made one more film with Sellers, The Bobo (1967). This was followed with a lead role as an Amish girl turned New York City burlesque dancer in William Friedkin's musical The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968), which earned Ekland critical acclaim.Next came Stiletto (1969), a crime drama, based on a novel by Harold Robbins, co-starring Alex Cord. She then starred in a string of Italian films, Machine Gun McCain (1969), The Conspirators (1969), and as Antigone in The Cannibals (1970). In 1971 she was cast as a leading lady and gun moll in the iconic crime film Get Carter, opposite Michael Caine, which firmly established her as a blonde bombshell. The 1970s also saw Ekland in several horror films, including What the Peeper Saw (1972) as a disturbed bride; the Agatha Christie adaptation Endless Night (1972), playing the friend and companion of an American heiress; and as a hallucinatory figure in the anthology film Asylum (1972) opposite Charlotte Rampling. Her most iconic horror role came in the 1973 horror film The Wicker Man, in which she played a Pagan villager and seductress; however, her voice was dubbed in the film to disguise her Swedish-accented English Other roles included in the thriller The Ultimate Thrill (1974) and the British drama Baxter! (1973). On television, she was cast in the TV film The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (1973) opposite Lee Majors. Ekland's next prominent role came when she was cast as the lead Bond girl, Mary Goodnight, in the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), which received mixed reviews but furthered Ekland's status as a sex symbol. She played a comedy role in Royal Flash, which has been described as "perhaps her best screen work" In 1976 Ekland provided the French spoken part at the end of then-boyfriend Rod Stewart's hit single "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)". Ekland also portrayed biographical characters, such as the one based on real-life actress Anny Ondra (boxer Max Schmeling's wife) in the television film Ring of Passion (1978). Ekland was also featured in the horror films The Monster Club (1980) and Satan's Mistress (1982). Ekland had supporting roles in independent feature films. She appeared in the comedy film Fraternity Vacation (1985), followed by a role in the slasher film Moon in Scorpio (1988), and as prostitute Mariella Novotny in the feature Scandal (1989) about the Profumo affair. She has guest-starred on various television series, including an appearance on the popular TV series Superboy, playing an alien disguised as Lara, Superboy's biological mother, during the show's second season in 1990. Ekland published a beauty and fitness book, Sensual Beauty: How to Achieve It (1984), followed by a fitness video in 1992. In the BBC television series I Love the '70s (1999), she hosted the 1971 episode in homage to her role as "Anna" in the film Get Carter. Ekland's later career has mainly consisted of stage and television, with her last feature film role being in The Children (1990). In 2010 Ekland took part in the reality TV show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, where she was the fourth celebrity to be voted off the show. Ekland was one of the housewives of Svenska Hollywoodfruar (English: Swedish Hollywood Wives) on TV3 from 2012 to 2014. In 2018 she participated in Let's Dance broadcast on TV4. She was the first to be eliminated on 30 March, placing 11th. In 2020 Ekland appeared in Season 4 of BBC TV's The Real Marigold Hotel.

Burton Gilliam
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Burton Gilliam (born August 9, 1938) is an American actor. He is best known for memorable roles in several popular 1970s movies, such as Blazing Saddles and Paper Moon, as well as comedic cameos in Back to the Future, Part III and Honeymoon in Vegas.

Before acting, Gilliam was a member of the Coast Guard's boxing team, where he won 201 out of 217 fights He remained in the boxing world for decades, working as a referee in California. While working as a fireman for the city of Dallas Gilliam appeared in the role of "Floyd", the desk clerk, in the film Paper Moon. He then went on to appear in such popular movies as Blazing Saddles and Back to the Future Part III. Performing in Blazing Saddles was difficult for him, since he played a despicable racist who repeatedly hurls racial insults at the black characters, especially the hero, played by Cleavon Little. Gilliam was so uncomfortable with his use of that slur that he apologized to Little, who had to remind him that it simply was a word in the script and that the racial insults were treated unambiguously negatively since he was playing a villain. . Gilliam also has had roles in movies such as Honeymoon in Vegas, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Farewell, My Lovely, Fletch, Gator, Telefon and The Terror Within II. His television appearances include Alice, Charlie's Angels, The A-Team, The Dukes of Hazzard and The Fall Guy, and he appeared as a regular on Evening Shade.

Carly Lauren
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Carly Lauren is an actress, known for Southbound Heist (2011), Hollywood Road Trip (2015) and Chocolate Milk Series (2014). Playboy Playmate Miss Oct 2013.

Carly Lauren is an actress, known for Southbound Heist (2011), Hollywood Road Trip (2015) and Chocolate Milk Series (2014). Playboy Playmate Miss Oct 2013.

Charles Shaughnessy
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Charles Shaughnessy is a British actor. He is known for his roles on American television, including Shane Donovan on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, and Maxwell Sheffield on the sitcom The Nanny, and as the voice of Dennis the Goldfish on Stanley for which he won a Daytime Emmy Award. He is also more recently known for his recurring roles as Christopher Plover on The Magicians and St. John Powell on Mad Men. Shaughnessy is currently a series regular on ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital in the role of villain Victor Cassadine; he signed a long-term contract to remain part of the show indefinitely.

Shaughnessy first became widely known for playing Shane Donovan on the soap opera Days of Our Lives from 1984 to 1992. His character's romance with Patsy Pease's character, Kimberly Brady, made the duo into a soap supercouple and revived interest in Days among teenage viewers in the 1980s. In 1986, he appeared with Betty White and Bert Convy on Super Password, and in January 1993, Shaughnessy appeared in an episode of Murphy Brown as the title character's date to the inaugural ball. Shaughnessy is also well known for his portrayal of Maxwell Sheffield opposite Fran Drescher on CBS's The Nanny from 1993 to 1999. He and Drescher resumed acting together in Drescher's next sitcom, Living with Fran, wherein Shaughnessy appeared fairly frequently as her philandering but needy ex-husband, Ted. Living with Fran was cancelled on 17 May 2006, after two seasons. In 1996, Shaughnessy reunited with another Days of Our Lives co-star—Charlotte Ross, who portrayed Shane's daughter, Eve Donovan—in the TV movie A Kiss So Deadly. Ross played the roommate of Shaughnessy's daughter (Dedee Pfeiffer); Shaughnessy's character, although married, forms an obsessive, Lolita-esque relationship with Ross. When she tries to break it off, Shaughnessy's character murders Ross's character; gradually, his daughter uncovers the truth. Shaughnessy appeared (in a dual role) in the Disney Channel 2002 made-for-TV movie Get a Clue. He was also seen in the 2000 made-for-TV Halloween movie Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire starring Caroline Rhea; she guest-starred on The Nanny in 1998 as part of a cross-over with Hollywood Squares. That same year, Shaughnessy made two appearances on The WB's Sabrina (starring Rhea, Melissa Joan Hart, and Beth Broderick), playing two different characters. He played Alec Colson in the 8th-season episode "Covenant" of Stargate SG-1. He also voiced Dr. Quintaine in the PC game Freelancer. Shaughnessy appeared on an episode of NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and is also the voice of Dennis the Goldfish on the Disney Channel cartoon series Stanley. On 11 May 2002, Shaughnessy won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for his portrayal of Dennis. On 8 August 2008, Shaughnessy portrayed the murder victim (Samuel, Guru) in Murder 101: The Locked Room Mystery. As of September 2008, his voice was heard in television commercials for Range Rover cars. In December 2008, he provided the voice of Pietro in The Tale of Despereaux. He also portrayed the Cockney English accent for "The Boss" in the game Saints Row 2. On 5 May 2009, Shaughnessy made a guest appearance in the series The Mentalist episode "Miss Red" as the manager of a private club. He also appeared on the popular TV show Hannah Montana as a talent show judge modeled after Simon Cowell in the episode "Judge Me Tender". Shaughnessy returned to Days of Our Lives in May 2010, in a storyline associated with the funeral of Alice Horton (played by Frances Reid), briefly reuniting him with his former co-star Patsy Pease (Kimberly). This plot development was necessitated by the real-world death of the actress who had long portrayed Mrs. Horton, as the producers were aware that the audience would not accept the portrayal of the character by anyone else. In August–September 2010, Shaughnessy appeared as King Arthur in Monty Python's Spamalot! at The Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. In January 2011, he won the Broadway World Boston Theater Award for Best Lead Actor in a Musical (Large Theater). Since 2010, Shaughnessy has starred on the soap opera web series The Bay as Elliot Sanders. On 6 December 2010, he reunited with Fran Drescher as a guest on her limited-run daytime show, The Fran Drescher Show. In June 2011, Shaughnessy appeared as Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts, and returned there to play Georges in La Cage aux Folles in fall 2013 . He made a guest appearance on the first-season finale of Fran Drescher's TV Land sitcom, Happily Divorced, first airing on 17 August 2011. Shaughnessy returned to Days of Our Lives for a limited run in May 2012 as Shane Donovan, in a storyline involving his return to the ISA and interacting with Hope and Bo Brady and Stefano DiMera. His co-star Patsy Pease did not appear as Shane's wife, Kimberly, in this story arc; nor did Charlotte Ross, who had played Shane's daughter, Eve. He also returned in November 2013 for a three-episode arc, in which Shane and Kimberly deal with their daughter's drug use.

Chris Mulkey
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Award-winning American actor, writer and director, Chris Mulkey has a long and diverse career in film, television and stage. Chris is best known for On the Basis of Sex (2018), Whiplash (2014), Captain Phillips (2013), Twin Peaks (1990), Castle Rock (2018), Broken Trail (2006), Any Day Now (1998) and Boardwalk Empire (2010).

Chris grew up in the Midwest, majored in acting at the University of Minnesota and spent four years as a company member of the Children's Theatre of Minneapolis. While in Minnesota, Chris starred in Loose Ends (1975), the Grand Prize winner at the USA film Festival. Chris moved to Hollywood 1975, married actress/artist Karen Landry and they moved to Venice Beach. The couple wrote and starred in Patti Rocks (1988), an independent film that won the Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival. Chris and Karen often worked together in film and on stage in LA, New York, and the Twin Cities. Chris is also a songwriter with original songs featured in films and television and can be seen playing around the country with his band Chris Mulkey and Deluxe. Highlighted Credits Tomcats, The Waltons, Chips, First Blood [Rambo}, 48 HRS, Jack's Back, Twin Peaks series as Hank Jennings, Ghost In The Machine, Bakersfield P.D series as Danny Boyer, Broken Arrow, The Fan, Behind Enemy Lines, Walker Texas Ranger, Bulworth, Batman Beyond, Radio, Dirty, Friday Night Lights [TV series} as Coach Bill McGregor, Cloverfield, Boardwalk Empire series as Boss Frank Hague, The Purge, Captain Phillips, Grimm series as Bart, Gotti, Deadlands.

Claire Sinclair
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Cute, busty, and shapely brunette knockout Claire Sinclair started modeling at age fourteen and has worked for such companies as Angel Jeans, Scarlet Lingerie, and Smooch Jeans. Sinclair first posed for noted erotic artist Olivia de Berardinis at age eighteen. Olivia in turn introduced Claire to "Playboy" magazine founder and publisher Hugh Hefner. Sinclair was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the October, 2010 issue of the famous men's magazine.

Claire appeared as herself on an episode of the reality TV series "The Girls Next Door." Sinclair was named Playmate of the Year in 2011.

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.

Clive Revill
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Clive Revill is a New Zealand actor, best known for his performances in musical theatre and the London stage. A veteran of the Royal Shakespeare Company, he has also starred in numerous films and television programmes, often in character parts He is a two-time Tony Award nominee; Best Featured Actor in a Musical for Irma La Douce and Best Actor in a Musical for Oliver! He was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Billy Wilder's Avanti! (1972).

A distinguished voice actor, his roles include voicing the Emperor in the original theatrical edition of The Empire Strikes Back (1980). His red hair and distinctive Mr. Punch-like features often saw him cast as comic eccentrics in a number of British films of the 1960s and 1970s such as Kaleidoscope (1966), Modesty Blaise (1966), The Double Man (1967), Fathom (1967), The Assassination Bureau (1969), A Severed Head (1970), The Black Windmill (1974) and One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975). He also had notable supporting turns in Otto Preminger's Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) opposite Laurence Olivier, and his American film debut A Fine Madness (1966), as well as a rare leading role in the horror film The Legend of Hell House (1973). He was often cast as humorous foreign characters (he has played everything from Chinese to Russian). Two of his highest profile roles of this kind were in two films for Billy Wilder: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970) and Avanti! (1972), for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his part as put-upon hotel manager Carlo Carlucci. In the 1978 television miniseries Centennial, he played the Scottish accountant Finlay Perkin. He played both Ko-Ko (the starring role) in The Mikado, and the title character, John Wellington Wells, in The Sorcerer for the Brent Walker television series of Gilbert and Sullivan productions, shown by the BBC in 1983. After relocating to the United States, he guest-starred in many television series, such as Columbo (1978, "The Conspirators"), Hart to Hart, Dynasty, Magnum, P.I., The Love Boat, Remington Steele, Murder, She Wrote, Babylon 5, The Feather and Father Gang, Newhart, MacGyver, Dear John, The Fall Guy, Maude, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He starred as the wizard Vector in the short-lived series Wizards and Warriors. Revill is known for his proficiency with accents. He is also known for his voice work in feature-length films and animated series, which includes Alfred Pennyworth in the first three episodes of Batman: The Animated Series, the voice of Chico in the seven episodes of Chico the Rainmaker (The Boy with the Two Heads) (1974), the voice of Emperor Palpatine/Darth Sidious in the original 1980 version of The Empire Strikes Back (he was later replaced by Ian McDiarmid in the 2004 DVD version though Revill is still credited) numerous cartoons such as The Transformers, Batman: The Animated Series and DuckTales and more video games, including Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Conquest: Frontier Wars.

Colleen Shannon
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Colleen Shannon is known as Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for January 2004 and the magazine's 50th anniversary Playmate.

Shannon is a disc jockey and has performed with Snoop Dogg, Paul Oakenfold, and Funkmaster Flex. She has DJ'd at Harrah's Atlantic City, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa,[6] and LG Fashion Week. Shannon has also performed internationally in Lebanon, Abu Dhabi, Sweden, Mexico, South Africa and elsewhere. She has appeared on How I Met Your Mother and in Miss Cast Away and the Island Girls. She has also been featured in OK!, Maxim, and Loaded.

Cristy Thom
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Lovely stunner, Cristy Thom sent photos of herself to "Playboy" and was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the February 1991 issue of the famous men's magazine. She was named the 1992 Playmate of the Year in the Dutch edition of "Playboy." Cristy went on to appear in a handful of "Playboy" videos and posed for many newsstands special editions. Thom has a sizable part as the sexy Hillary in the lowbrow comedy "Meatballs 4" and a small role in "Best of the Best 2." Cristy decided to become an artist in 1993. Her artwork has been displayed in galleries in Jacksonville, Florida, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Anchorage, Alaska, and Pasadena, California.

Lovely stunner, Cristy Thom sent photos of herself to "Playboy" and was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the February 1991 issue of the famous men's magazine. She was named the 1992 Playmate of the Year in the Dutch edition of "Playboy." Cristy went on to appear in a handful of "Playboy" videos and posed for many newsstands special editions. Thom has a sizable part as the sexy Hillary in the lowbrow comedy "Meatballs 4" and a small role in "Best of the Best 2." Cristy decided to become an artist in 1993. Her artwork has been displayed in galleries in Jacksonville, Florida, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Anchorage, Alaska, and Pasadena, California.

David Harris
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David Harris also known as David D. Harris, is an American television and film actor, most notable for his portrayal of Cochise, a young gang member, in the 1979 film The Warriors. He has appeared as a supporting actor in a number of films and television series, and commonly plays police officers and military personnel.

His first role came in the 1976 television film Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys, in which he co-starred as Haywood Patterson. He followed this up with a number of supporting roles until 1979, when he appeared as Cochise in The Warriors, the role for which he is best remembered. He also appeared in the Robert Redford film Brubaker the following year. Throughout the 1980s, he appeared in a number of fairly high-profile films, and in the 1990s, he did mostly television work. He lent his voice to The Warriors video game in 2005, reprising his role as Cochise. In 2012, he appeared in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Warden.

Deanna Brooks
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Deanna Brooks is an American glamour model and actress who was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month in May, 1998. She was also photographed by celebrity photographer William Shatner for the Cyber Club in 2004.

Projects include 10 Playboy videos, The Rowdy Girls (2000), Girls of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (2001), Candy Stripers (2006), Dealin' With Idiots (2013), Wild On! playing "Herself" in episode: "Women of the World" 30 August 2001, Cold Pizza playing "Herself" 17 December 2004.

Debbe Dunning
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Debra Dunning is an American actress, model, television host, spokesperson and comedienne. She is best known for playing Heidi on Home Improvement (1993-1999).

Dunning played Heidi Keppert, the "Tool Time girl", on the ABC sitcom Home Improvement from season 3 to season 8, having guest-starred in an earlier season. She appeared in Dangerous Curves (1988) and the American Gladiators Celebrity Challenge (1989).

Diana Ivarson
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Diana Ivarson played 'Baby Jane Towser' in "Batman" 2 part episodes: "Pop Goes the Joker" & "Flop Goes the Joker".

She also was in Vincent Price's film "The Jackals", plus did "Macho Callahan" and "The Jesus Trip."

Don Most
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Don Most is an American actor and singer, best known for his role as Ralph Malph on the television series Happy Days.

Most played jokester Ralph on Happy Days, appearing up until the eighth season and then in the final season in a guest role. Most has appeared in other film and television work. Film credits include Leo and Loree (1980), EDtv (1999), Planting Melvin (2005), and The Great Buck Howard (2008). He also made the regular round of guest appearances on TV shows like Emergency!, CHiPs, Baywatch, The Love Boat, Sliders, Star Trek: Voyager, Diagnosis: Murder, ‘’Yes, Dear’’, and Glee. He also made an appearance on Charles in Charge, alongside his former Happy Days co-star, Scott Baio. He plays a man who has just won the lottery and, as part of the cameo joke, he runs up to Baio and waving the winning ticket shouts, "It looks like happy days are here again!" (He also receives several looks from Baio that suggests familiarity throughout the episode.) He is sometimes credited as "Donny Most." Most performed as a voice actor on several Saturday morning cartoon series. Among these roles were: Ralph Malph on The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980); Eric the Cavalier in Dungeons & Dragons (1983); and Stiles on Teen Wolf (1986–1989). Most had a cameo as himself in the fifth season Family Guy episode "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One" in 2007.

Donna Perry
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Donna Perry: Perry was already working as a model when she was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1994 issue of "Playboy." Donna has appeared in several "Playboy" videos and special edition publications. Her sole foray into film acting was as Denise in "Blue Crush.

Donna Perry: Perry was already working as a model when she was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1994 issue of "Playboy." Donna has appeared in several "Playboy" videos and special edition publications. Her sole foray into film acting was as Denise in "Blue Crush.

Dorsey Wright
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Dorsey Wright is an American actor, best known for his role as Cleon in the 1979 film The Warriors.

He earned his first acting role in 1979, in The Warriors, for which he is best remembered. He co-starred in the film version of Hair that same year. In 1981, he appeared as a gang member in the film Ragtime and played Junior Jones in the 1984 film adaptation of John Irving's novel The Hotel New Hampshire. Dorsey Wright was, for a brief time, part of a not-for-profit theater group based in New York City, called the Theater for the Forgotten.

Edward Furlong
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Edward Furlong is an American actor. He won Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his breakthrough performance at age 13 as John Connor in James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day; which was followed by a mini-sequel, short attraction film T2-3D: Battle Across Time co-directed and co-written by Cameron with the same main cast.

In 1992, he gave an Independent Spirit Award-nominated turn opposite Jeff Bridges in American Heart, and earned a second Saturn Award nomination for his work in Pet Sematary Two. He won a Young Artist Award for his performance alongside Kathy Bates in A Home of Our Own (1993) and appeared in Before and After (1996) with Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson Furlong received acclaim for his starring roles in the 1998 motion pictures Pecker, co-starring Christina Ricci, and American History X, co-starring Edward Norton. He had significant roles in the comedy Detroit Rock City (1999) and the crime drama Animal Factory (2000) In 1991, Furlong began his film career as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, a role that earned him an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Role and a Saturn Award for best young actor. He was discovered for the part by casting director Mali Finn while visiting the Pasadena Boys and Girls Club in September 1990. He followed this role with a string of moderately successful high-profile films and independent films, sharing the screen with Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson in Before and After (1996); Tim Roth, Maximilian Schell and Vanessa Redgrave in Little Odessa (1995); Jeff Bridges in American Heart (1993); and Anthony Edwards and Clancy Brown in Pet Sematary Two (1992). In 1993, he was featured in Aerosmith's music video for "Livin' on the Edge". He played the lead role of Michael Brower, a horror and videogame-obsessed teen in the sci-fi horror film Brainscan (1994). In 1995, he starred in the film adaptation of Truman Capote's The Grass Harp. He reprised his role as John Connor in the 1996 theme park ride T2-3D: Battle Across Time alongside Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robert Patrick. In 1998, he starred in American History X alongside Edward Norton and appeared in his first comedy role in Pecker, directed by John Waters. Of his title role in Pecker, Furlong stated, "It's true most of the characters that I've played so far are kind of like suicidal. Really dark roles, which I like. But I wanted to do something different and John gave me a chance to do that." In 1998, he starred in the film Detroit Rock City. During filming, he met Natasha Lyonne whom he then dated. He played a young convict in Steve Buscemi's film Animal Factory (2000). Furlong's career and stardom declined considerably after 2000, with most of his subsequent films being released straight to DVD. In 2001 he took a role in I Cavalieri che fecero l'impresa aka The Knights of the Quest, a little-seen film by Italian filmmaker Pupi Avati. Furlong was expected to play John Connor again in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003); however, Nick Stahl was cast just before filming began He later elaborated to have had a deal to reprise his role and was removed after the producers discovered his drug addiction. In 2004, he appeared in a music video for Metallica's "The Unnamed Feeling", and played Jimmy in the low budget independent film Jimmy & Judy (2004), during which time he met Rachael Bella. The two became romantically involved and later married. He played the lead in The Crow series' fourth film The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005), alongside David Boreanaz and Tara Reid, which was planned for a theatrical release but upon release was widely panned by critics and audiences and was released to DVD after one week in limited theaters. He appeared in Night of the Demons, the 2009 remake of the 1988 horror classic, which was shot in New Orleans and released straight to DVD. In 2006 and again in 2010, he appeared in five episodes of the television program CSI: NY as Shane Casey. Furlong appeared in two scenes of Seth Rogen's film The Green Hornet (2011). Next he starred in This Is Not a Movie, an English-language Mexican film written and directed by Olallo Rubio and co-starring Peter Coyote and Edi Gathegi. He was featured as Fixer in the crowdfunded pilot Star Trek: Renegades. In 2019, James Cameron confirmed that Furlong would be returning to reprise his role of John Connor. It was later reported that his facial likeness would be used via CGI in Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) with Jude Collie as a CGI stand-in and he was involved in one day of filming for facial capture performance, as John Connor was killed off in the opening scene.

Hank Garrett
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Hank Garrett is an American actor, comedian, author, speaker, teacher, mixed martial artist and retired professional wrestler best known for the television role of Officer Nicholson on Car 54, Where Are You?

He was the 1958 winner of the Junior Olympic Powerlifting competition. This led to an extended stint (1957-1966) in professional wrestling under the name of The Minnesota Farm Boy. In one of his last matches he fought a young Jimmy Snuka, he mentioned this during his hall of fame speech with Jimmy Snuka in attendance. In June 2009 he was inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame His mother was worried that he was on a path toward delinquency and had Willie Bryant and Sammy Davis Jr. talk to him, and they got him a job as a "band boy". He would set up the music stands for a band at shows, he was paid $50 for his first day of work. He later worked at the club owned by Larry Storch. Television career As well as his regular role on Car 54, Where are You? Garrett has acted in a number of television productions including episodes of The Dukes of Hazzard, Knots Landing, Max Headroom, Santa Barbara, Three's Company, Airwolf, Knight Rider, Columbo, Dragnet, Kojak, and Alien Nation. Garrett is also known for his voiceover work on Garfield and GI Joe. Film career Among Garrett's film credits are notable roles in Serpico, Three Days of the Condor Death Wish, and The Sentinel. Garrett tends to be cast as the "heavy" in many roles, He played a hitman dressed as a postman in Three Days of the Condor. During the filming a tell was needed so that the Redford character would know that Garrett was not a real postman and Redford thought of the idea to have Garrett wear Redford's shoes in the scene, that would raise suspicion. During the filming of the fight scene, Garrett broke Redford's nose.Garrett won the New York Film Critics’ Award for that role. Garrett has co-starred with television and film notables including Peter Falk, Patrick Stewart, Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd, Al Pacino, Sophia Loren, James Coburn, Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway and James Earl Jones. His many television appearances include Columbo, Nothing Sacred, Knots Landing, Full House, and Max Headroom. Film credits include Death Wish, Johnny Dangerously, Three Days of the Condor, Serpico, and The Producers.

Haywood Nelson Jr.
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Haywood Nelson Jr. (born March 25, 1960) is an American actor. He is best known for having portrayed Dwayne Nelson in the television series What's Happening!!, which aired from 1976 to 1979,as well as in its spin-off series What's Happening Now!!, from 1985 to 1988.

Haywood Nelson has been a member of the entertainment community for over forty years. Born in New York, he began his career at the age of six with numerous principle on-camera and voice-over national commercials, including Lavoris, Campbell’s Soup, Libby’s, Polaroid, Hot Wheels, Rock’em Sock’em Robots, Johnny Lightening, Aurora AFX, Kodak, Duncan Hines, Milk, Burger King, and Dean Witter. Nelson appeared as a co-star in several feature films, including If You Give a Dance, You Gotta Pay the Band, Mixed Company , This Property Is Condemned, and a featuring role in Evilspeak.[2] Haywood also spent a two-year run on Broadway in Thieves. Nelson guest starred on Kojak in the episode "The Godson" as Bobby Moore. At the age of 14, he went on to guest star in the television series Sanford and Son as the grandson of Whitman Mayo’s Grady then acting in the series of the same name, Grady in 1975. The next year, in 1976, at the age of 16, Haywood soon landed the role of “Dwayne” in the television series “Cooley High,” which became the ABC hit series “What’s Happening!” for TOY Productions. As a "teenage heartthrob" on a popular television series, Nelson was one of the first Black teen idols. After three seasons Nelson went on to a short run on the television series The White Shadow for MTM Enterprises. Haywood had his studies in Architectural Design and Electronics Engineering interrupted when the cast of What's Happening!! was re-united for three seasons of syndication in the series continuation What's Happening Now!! for Columbia Pictures Television where he also observed as Technical Director. Later Haywood appeared in an urban dramatic Broadway production at New York’s Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall, appeared As Himself in the Paramount film Dickie Roberts and a role on The Parkers.

Heather Matarazzo
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Heather Matarazzo (born November 10, 1982) is an American actress. Her breakthrough role was Dawn Wiener in the film Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995). She played Lilly in The Princess Diaries (2001) and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). Her other films include The Devil's Advocate (1997), Scream 3 (2000), Sorority Boys (2002), Saved! (2004), and Scream (2022).

In 1997, she won an Independent Spirit Award for her performance as adolescent social outcast Dawn Wiener in Welcome to the Dollhouse. Matarazzo has expressed pleasure in being allowed to play interesting characters, some of whom "are ostracized for various reasons." She has commented that she is most proud of her performance in 1999's Our Guys: Outrage in Glen Ridge, based on a true story, in which she played a mentally challenged girl who is raped by football players. In 1999 to 2000 she portrayed Heather Wiseman in the short-lived TV series, Now and Again. In 2000 she appeared in the teen romantic comedy film The Princess Diaries as Lilly Moscovitz and reprised her role in the 2004 sequel The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. Matarazzo has made appearances on several hit TV shows including Roseanne, Law & Order, The L Word, Greys Anatomy and Strangers With Candy.

Henry Kingi
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Henry Kingi is an American stuntman and actor. As a stuntman he has worked in films like Fast Five (2011). His acting roles include Goody in Car Wash (1976), Shell in Earth Star Voyager (1988), the mean Indian in Far Out Man (1990), Kungai Demon in Parting Gifts, an episode of Angel (1999), and George in From Mexico with Love (2009). As a miscrew he worked in films like The Assault, From Paris with Love, Patriots Day and Colt 45.

One of his very early film appearances was in the Alfred Hitchcock 1969 film Topaz.In 1970, he had a credited role in the "Run for the Money" episode of Daniel Boone, playing the part of Straight Arrow. In 1974, he was the Candy Man in the Isaac Hayes film Truck Turner. He played Carrot's man in the 1975 film The Ultimate Warrior, which starred Yul Brynner. He had a role as Goody in the 1976 film Car Wash which was directed by Michael Schultz. He also appeared in Batman Returns as a mugger who was attacked by Catwoman. He played the part of Anthony in John Carpenter's Vampires, which starred James Woods, Maximilian Schell and Gregory Sierra. In Lawrence Kasdan's film Grand Canyon, he plays a violent terrorist in a movie-within-the movie produced by Steve Martin. Stunts As a stuntman and a member of the BSA, Kingi recalled training with other members of the association on the weekends and being watched by police in unmarked cars. In an article published in the 13 March 2016 issue of The Daily Telegraph, he said that he and his fellow BSA stuntmen figured the police were thinking they were a Black Panther group. Kingi has done stunt driving for the first Lethal Weapon film, following through 2 and 3, right through to Lethal Weapon 4. On the set of Lethal Weapon 4, Kingi assisted stunt coordinator Conrad E. Palmisano with putting together the action. It was Kingi who drove the car in the scene where it goes through the office and out the window.

Henry Winkler
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Henry Winkler is an American actor, , executive producer, and director. After rising to fame as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on the American television series Happy Days, Winkler has distinguished himself as a character actor for roles such as Arthur Himbry in Scream, Coach Klein in The Waterboy, Barry Zuckerkorn in Arrested Development, Eddie R. Lawson in Royal Pains, Dr. Saperstein in Parks and Recreation, Fritz in Monsters at Work, Stanley Yelnats III in Holes, Uncle Joe in The French Dispatch, Al Pratt in Black Adam, and Gene Cousineau in Barry.

After saving up money, he traveled to California in September 1973, and was cast in a small role for The Mary Tyler Moore Show. He also auditioned for Happy Days and won the part of Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli, a role he played for the next ten years. During his time on Happy Days, After the end of Happy Days, Winkler found himself typecast and moved into producing and directing. He helped develop the original MacGyver television series and worked on programs such as Sightings and The Hollywood Squares. He also directed the theatrical releases Memories of Me with Billy Crystal and Cop and a Half with Burt Reynolds. Winkler has been honored for his role as "The Fonz", and for his work with dyslexia through the Hank Zipzer series. In 1980, he donated one of Fonzie's leather jackets to the National Museum of American History. In 1981, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2008, The Bronze Fonz statue was unveiled along the Milwaukee Riverwalk. In 2011, he was appointed an Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire by Elizabeth II, and was named one of the United Kingdom's Top 10 Literacy Heroes in 2013. During his second week in Los Angeles, Winkler auditioned for the part of Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, better known as "Fonzie" or "The Fonz", on a new show called Happy Days.Although he was an unknown, and not the first choice for the role (as actors such as Micky Dolenz of The Monkees were also being considered), he was asked to return after his first audition for a second one in costume. He recalls that they plucked his "unibrow, combed my hair into a DA and put me in a white T-shirt and jeans." In addition, he also remembers that he decided to change his voice which "just unlocked me, and I realized I am NOT a leading man. I am a character actor."in costume, and with this new voice, Winkler said his six lines, threw his script in the air, and left the room. He was offered the role on his birthday, and accepted it based on his condition that the producers would show who the character was when he took his jacket off. Winkler appeared on the first episode of Happy Days in January 1974, and was continuously with the series until it ended in July 1984. "The Fonz" was initially written as a minor role (based on a "tough guy" Garry Marshall knew in The Bronx), and developed as the foil to the central protagonist of the series, Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard). Winkler added his own interpretation of the character during the first episode, based on "a deal" he had made with himself that he would never comb his hair, chew gum, or keep a box of cigarettes rolled in his sleeve (as this is what actors typically did with this type of character) Although he tried to explain this philosophy to the producers, he was told he had to follow the script and comb his hair. He thus stood at the mirror, motioned in a way that suggested "Hey I don't have to because it's perfect," and in doing so, created the seminal moment which defined the character. In addition, ABC executives did not want to see Fonzie wearing leather, thinking it would imply that the character was a criminal. Thus, during the first season, Winkler wore two different windbreaker jackets, one of which was green. Marshall argued with the executives about the jacket, and eventually they made a compromise: Fonzie could wear the leather jacket, but only in scenes with his motorcycle. Marshall thus made certain that his motorcycle was written into every scene. In reality, Winkler did not know how to ride a motorcycle. As he almost crashed it the first time he tried, he subsequently never rode the motorcycle during the series. By the middle of the second season in December 1974, "The Fonz" began his transition as a breakout character when he was featured as the central protagonist in the episode, "Guess Who's Coming to Christmas."By the third season, he became the lead of the series, as the storylines shifted away from the original protagonist, Richie Cunningham, to "The Fonz." Winkler recalled in a 2018 interview that he directly addressed the issue with Ron Howard who portrayed Richie, asking him "how has what's happened affected you? You are the star of the show, and the Fonz has taken off." According to Winkler, Howard told him that although he "was signed on as the star, you did nothing except be as good as you could be. It's good for the show, we're friends." In 2021, Howard reiterated these points by stating that Winkler had been "sort of a big brother" to him, and was "very supportive of the idea of me being a filmmaker." In a 2018 interview with Winkler, journalist Michael Schneider suggests that it was at this point that "the Fonz, became the biggest icon on television" at that time. Winkler responded by stating that he "went from somebody who had no sense of self" to a situation that was "scary. People wanted, you know, parts of my clothing, it was overwhelming."He has also admitted that while he shares some characteristics with "The Fonz" such as loyalty to friends and an undercurrent of anger that he drew from his struggles with school as a child, they were fundamentally different from one another. According to Winkler, "The Fonz" was "my alter ego. He was everybody I wasn't...He was in charge. He was confident. He was everybody that I ever wanted to have some part of in my body.

Inga Neilsen
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Inga Neilsen was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is an actress, known for "A House Is Not a Home", "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" , "The Silencers", "Funny Girl", " (1968), "In Like Flint" (1967), "Silent Movie (1976), "Grave of the Vampire" (1972), "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * (1972), "Where the Buffalo Roam" (1980).

She guest starred on "Batman" as 'Angelina' in the 2 part episodes: "Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club" & "Louie's Lethal Lilac Time." Inga guested on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In", "Banacek", "The Odd Couple", "Wonder Woman", & "The Invisible Man".

Jake Busey
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Jake Busey is an American actor. Among his most prominent roles have been serial killer Johnny Bartlett in 1996's The Frighteners, Ace Levy in 1997's Starship Troopers, Kyle Brenner in 2001's Tomcats, Aiden Tanner in the 2014–2016 TV series From Dusk till Dawn: The Series, and Sean H. Keyes in the Predator franchise.

Busey's motion picture debut was in the 1978 film Straight Time with his father Gary and Dustin Hoffman. His two most notable appearances are as the murderous religious fanatic opposite Jodie Foster in Contact and as smart-mouthed soldier Ace Levy in Starship Troopers. He appeared in H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, one of three 2005 film adaptations of the novel by H. G. Wells, alongside C. Thomas Howell. Additionally, he has had major roles in Tomcats opposite Jerry O'Connell and Shannon Elizabeth, in James Mangold's thriller Identity, with C. Thomas Howell in The Hitcher II, Michael J. Fox in Peter Jackson's The Frighteners and Road House 2. Busey played the role of "Backfire" in Patrick Durham's movie Cross which was released directly to DVD and download in May 2011, and stars in the independent film Don't Pass Me By. He has also had minor parts in films like Windrunner: A Spirited Journey starring Jason Wiles, Christmas with the Kranks starring Tim Allen, I'll Do Anything, Enemy of the State, The Killing Jar, The Stoned Age, PCU, Fast Sofa with Jennifer Tilly and Natasha Lyonne, and Reaper with Danny Trejo and Vinnie Jones. He also had a main role on the television series Shasta McNasty. Busey portrayed Professor Aiden "Sex Machine" Tanner since 2013 in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series. He also provided the voice of The Radioman in the 2012 video game Spec Ops: The Line and of the DJ of Resistance Radio in XCOM 2: War of the Chosen. Additionally, he voiced Teenage Tom during flashback scenes in the 1989 film Hider in the House which his father, Gary Busey starred in as Tom Sykes. In 2016, Busey starred in the feature film Deserted. In 2018, Busey appeared in two episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. portraying Mack's old friend Tony Caine. Busey later joined the cast of Stranger Things in the third season portraying a journalist named Bruce.

Jay Underwood
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From his breakout role in "The Boy Who Could Fly to 'Sonny Bono' in "The Sonny and Cher Story" to appearances at the Sundance Film Festival, Jay Underwood has enjoyed a career of much diversity both in the parts he's played and the mediums he's played in.

Underwood began his theatrical pursuits while growing up in the San Francisco Bay area and then went to a performing arts high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was there that Underwood received his "big break" into the movie business when he was chosen from a national casting search to play opposite Annabeth Gish, and Jon Voight in executive producer Robert Redford's "Desert Bloom." From there he moved to 'tinseltown' where, for over 20 years, he made his living as a working actor. Underwood's film credits include three Sundance Film Festival participants "Dancing in September", "Valerie Flake", and "Possums." Other highlights are Billy Graham's "Road to Redemption", Alan Rudolph's "Afterglow", the Roger Corman cult classic "The Fantastic Four" (as Johnny Storm, The Human Torch), 'Bug' in "Uncle Buck," with John Candy, and Underwood's personal favorite, the title character in "The Boy Who Could Fly." On the small screen Underwood had the incredible opportunity of portraying 'Sonny Bono' in "The Sonny and Cher Story" for ABC. He also is remembered for that lovable android 'Chip' in the Disney Channel trilogy "Not Quite Human". Other favorites would include young 'Ernest Hemingway' in "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles," the mini-series "Blind Faith" with Robert Urich and "Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone" with the original marshal himself, Hugh O'Brien. Notable guest appearances include "Miracles", "X-Files," "E.R.," "The West Wing," "Star Trek Voyager" and "Millennium." And finally, (but certainly not least), the voice of 'Chester' the Goat in the classic animated Christmas special "The Legend of the Candy Cane." His theater highlights include studying and performing at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco as well as the Minneapolis Children's Theater Company. In Los Angeles he was seen in "Grand Junction" and "Fortune in Men's Eyes" both at the Coast Playhouse and had a devilish good time playing 'Geoffrey' in the Pasadena Playhouse production of "The Lion in Winter."

Jeffrey Scott
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Jeffrey Scott is known for The Warriors (1979), Future-Kill (1985) and Splitz (1982).

Jeffrey Scott is known for The Warriors (1979), Future-Kill (1985) and Splitz (1982).

Jennifer Blanc
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Jennifer Blanc (born Jennifer Tara) is an American actress. She co-produced and starred in The Victim. She also co-starred in Good Family Times.

Some of her other projects include Old Enough, The Crow, The Brady Bunch Movie, Balto, Friends 'Til the End, The Blood Bond, The Divide, Puncture, The Victim, Bad Ass, Hidden in the Woods, Everly, Wrong Cops, Hayvenhurst, Married...with Children, Saved by the Bell, The Mommies, Cool and the Crazy, Party of Five, The Ride, Dark Angel.

Jennifer Pershing
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Tall (5'8"), leggy, and shapely blonde bombshell Jennifer Pershing first started modeling in her native New Jersey; her face was featured on billboards for a local casino in Atlantic City.

M A devout fan of the Dave Matthews Band and 80s hair band rock groups, Jennifer was discovered by a "Playboy" scout dancing at the Key Club in Hollywood. She was chosen as the Playmate of the Month in the March, 2009 issue of the famous men's magazine. Pershing appeared as herself on an episode of the reality TV series "The Girls Next Door."

Jennifer Walcott
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Jennifer Walcott, gorgeous, shapely brunette knockout visited Los Angeles, California in October, 1996 and decided to stay there. Jennifer worked two jobs while attending Santa Monica College. Jennifer was the Playmate of the Month in the August, 2001 issue of "Playboy." She subsequently was featured in numerous "Playboy" videos and posed for a slew of newsstand special editions. Among the other publications Walcott has either done pictorials in and/or graced the covers of are "Holistic," "American Curves," "Muscle & Fitness," "Hers," "Iron Man," "Stun," and "Performance Auto & Sound." Moreover, Jennifer has worked as a spokes model for such clients as Bacarde, Anheuser Busch, and Mickey's Brewing Co.

Walcott has also appeared in music videos for Justin Timberlake, the Sterophonics, and Marc Anthony. She's a member of the Playboy X-Treme Team and does volunteer work at the Ronald McDonald House in Washington, D.C. In 2005 Jennifer and fellow Playmates Destiny Davis and Scarlett Keegan were given keys to the city by the mayor of Las Vegas in appreciation for posing for a calendar promoting the city.

Jeremy Miller
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an American actor and singer best known for his portrayal of Ben Seaver on Growing Pains and its two reunion movies. He also voiced Linus van Pelt in Happy New Year, Charlie Brown along with Chad Allen.

Miller was cast in a few commercials, then a 1984 guest role in Punky Brewster before landing the role of Ben Seaver, the youngest son on Growing Pains. Miller was supposed to be a part of the cast of the PBS show Ghostwriter. The creator wanted to make him a mentor to the younger Ghostwriter members, but the producers decided it wasn't a good idea for the show to have an older ghostwriter team member and Miller was not invited back after shooting the pilot. Since there was room for one more character in the show's budget he was replaced by Todd Alexander's character Rob. As an actor, probably his most recognizable trademark is the "Ben Seaver Scream", which can be heard and seen in any number of Growing Pains episodes and during the closing credits of the movie Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.

Jerry Eisenberg
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Jerry Eisenberg is an American television producer, animator, storyboard artist, and character designer, primarily known for his work at Hanna-Barbera Productions.

Eisenberg was the son of Harvey Eisenberg, an animator and comic book artist associated with Tom and Jerry and the other characters from the MGM cartoon studio. They were of German descent. Jerry Eisenberg quit art school to take his first job, as an inbetweener for MGM, in 1956. The studio closed seven months after Eisenberg's hire, and he went on to work as an assistant to Ken Harris at Warner Bros. Cartoons. In 1961, Eisenberg was hired at Hanna-Barbera Productions, run by former MGM cartoon producers William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Here, Eisenberg co-created The Peter Potamus Show, designed the characters on Wacky Races and Super Friends, and worked in layout on programs such as The Jetsons, The Huckleberry Hound Show, Jonny Quest, and Wacky Races. In 1977, Hanna-Barbera alumnae Joe Ruby and Ken Spears started their own studio, Ruby-Spears Productions, and hired Eisenberg as producer and character designer for Fangface, The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, and Thundarr the Barbarian Eisenberg later worked as a writer, storyboard artist, and/or designer and layout artist for a number of productions at various studios, including Muppet Babies at Marvel Productions, Disney's House of Mouse at Walt Disney Television Animation and Dilbert (Idbox/Columbia TriStar Television). He has also worked on a number of productions for Hanna-Barbera and its successor, Warner Bros. Animation, including Johnny Bravo, Tom and Jerry Kids, and a number of Scooby-Doo direct-to-video films

Jerry Hardin
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Jerry Hardin is an American actor. Hardin has appeared in film and television roles, including the character nicknamed Deep Throat in The X-Files.

Hardin was born in Texas and studied acting at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before beginning his acting career in New York. He is married with two children, one of whom is actress Melora Hardin Hardin began acting on television in the 1950s, mostly in character roles. He amassed over a hundred appearances by the early 1990s, in addition to more than seventy-five theatrical credits by the early 1960s.His television appearances include roles in the 1976 western series Sara, Family Ties, The Golden Girls, World War III, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, Sliders, and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Hardin appeared in such films as Thunder Road (1958), , Our Time (1974),The Rockford Files (1977), Chilly Scenes of Winter (1979), 1941 (1979), Reds (1981), Missing (1982), Tempest (1982), Honkytonk Man (1982), Cujo (1983), Mass Appeal (1984), Warning Sign (1985), Big Trouble in Little China (1986), Let's Get Harry (1986), Wanted: Dead or Alive (1987), Little Nikita (1988), The Milagro Beanfield War (1988), Blaze (1989), The Hot Spot (1990), The Firm (1993). Deep Throat His role in 1993's The Firm won Hardin the attention of television writer Chris Carter, who cast him in the recurring role of Deep Throat in the series The X-Files Hardin believed his initial appearance in the second episode of the first season, airing on September 17, 1993, would be a one-time role, but he soon found himself regularly commuting to the series' Vancouver filming location on short notice. After filming the character's death in the first season finale, "The Erlenmeyer Flask", Hardin was toasted with champagne, and told by Carter that "no one ever really dies on X-Files". As such, Hardin made several more appearances as Deep Throat after this, seen in visions in the third season's "The Blessing Way" and the seventh season's "The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati", in flashbacks in the fourth season's "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man", and as one of the guises assumed by a shapeshifting alien in the third season's finale, "Talitha Cumi".

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 Beaver Mathers 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.

Jessica Morris
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Jessica Morris is an American actress After several small film and television roles, Morris was cast as the dysfunctional Jennifer Rappaport on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, a role she portrayed from 2001 to 2005 and in a dream sequence on October 1, 2008.

In 2008 Morris appeared in the comedy Role Models as "Linda the Teacher". She was in the cast of the 2010 fantasy film Fading of the Cries. In 2014 Morris played the lead role in the horror film Haunting of the Innocent.

Jodi Price
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Jodi Price is known for The Warriors (1979).

Jodi Price is known for The Warriors (1979).

Joel Weiss
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Joel Weiss is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979), Congo (1995) and Sea of Love (1989).

Joel Weiss is an actor, known for The Warriors (1979), Congo (1995) and Sea of Love (1989).

Justine Huxley
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Justine Huxley is an actress, singer, and voice over artist born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Making her professional debut at age 6 in a national commercial for Brawny Paper Towels, Justine has been performing practically her whole life.

By the time she was 3 years old, she'd memorized almost all of Stephen Sondheim's repertoire and developed a proclivity for giving impromptu concerts in public parks and restaurants. She attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) in the theatre program, and moved to New York for college, attending the rigorous Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase, earning her BFA in Acting before returning home to LA. She consistently works in voice over animation, video games, promos, and commercials, and performs in concerts for charity around LA. She is currently voice of Wattson in the video game ‘Apex Legends’.

Karolyn Grimes
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Karolyn Grimes is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Zuzu Bailey in the classic 1946 Frank Capra film It's a Wonderful Life She also played Debby Brougham in the 1947 film The Bishop's Wife.

Grimes' film debut came when she was 6 months old. She first attracted attention playing Fred MacMurray's daughter in 1945's Pardon My Past. Her most famous role came as ZuZu in It's a Wonderful Life in 1946.[1] The following year she appeared in six pictures, most notably as the daughter of David Niven and Loretta Young in The Bishop's Wife. In all Grimes starred in 16 motion pictures as a child actor, but it is as ZuZu that she is best remembered. She was honored as a famous Missourian with a star on the Missouri Walk of Fame in Marshfield, Missouri. She also received the city's highest honor, the Edwin P. Hubble Medal of Initiative in 2007 at the annual Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival.

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Kathleen Kinmont is an American actress who starred in film and on television. Kinmont is best known for starring in horror films

Her first feature film role was in the comedy Hardbodies (1984). Her best-known roles include the horror film Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) as Kelly Meeker and in Bride of Re-Animator as the title character. She played the title role in CIA Code Name: Alexa, which she reprised in the sequel CIA II: Target Alexa. She later appeared in Lime Salted Love (2005). She starred on television series such as Santa Barbara as Marilyn Cassidy in 1992. Her big role was in the syndicated television series Renegade as Cheyenne Phillips (1992 - 1996). She was reportedly dropped from the series in 1996 when she made derogatory comments in the press about Lorenzo Lamas' future wife Shauna Sand, who had been making appearances on the show. She has made guest appearances on such television series as Dallas, Baywatch, Silk Stalkings, V.I.P. and Days of Our Lives.

Kathy Garver
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Kathy Garver is an American stage, film, television, and voice-over actress most remembered for having portrayed the teenaged orphan, Catherine "Cissy" Davis, on the popular 1960s CBS sitcom, Family Affair. Before that, she was cast by Cecil B DeMille in the film The Ten Commandments (1956). She later provided the voice of Firestar in the animated television series Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends (1981–83).

In 1965, Garver played a youthful Isadora Duncan, with June Lockhart as librarian Ina Coolbrith, the first poet laureate of California, in the episode "Magic Locket" of the syndicated western television series Death Valley Days. In the story line, Coolbrith develops a tenuous friendship with the teen-aged free spirit, "Dorita Duncan". A year later, she had a supporting role in "Lady of the Plains". In 1966, while studying at UCLA, she auditioned for, and won, the role of "Cissy" Davis, the eldest of the three siblings on Family Affair. Garver had been a fan of series star Brian Keith since she was ten years old and had guest-starred on his earlier CBS series about the Cold War, Crusader. Family Affair ran for five seasons. In 1969, Garver appeared as Laura Hayden in The Big Valley season 4 episode "The Royal Road". Garver appeared in such movies as Princess Diaries, Unleashed, and Helen's Last Love, and as guest star in such TV films as Hercules Saves Christmas and FBI Murders. Her stage plays include Voice of the Turtle, Vanities, Under the Yum Yum Tree, Sunday in New York, Star Spangled Girl, Romeo and Juliet with musicals My Fair Lady, River Song: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Summer Magic. Garver provided the voices of Firestar, Storm and other female guest characters on the Saturday morning cartoon Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. In the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon series, she played the voice of Miss America Garver was the voice of Alice Mitchell in the Dennis the Menace cartoon special Mayday for Mother and Pepper in Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos. Her other voice roles included the television series Fonz and the Happy Days Gang, The Tom & Jerry Kids Show, Droopy, Master Detective, The New Yogi Bear Show, The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show and The All-New Super Friends Hour, and the cartoon special Marvin: Baby of the Year. In addition to her television work, Garver has lent her voice talents to numerous commercials, toys, and audiobooks. Her voice has been heard in the films Apollo 13, Ransom, Backdraft and Jingle All the Way.

Kristine DeBell
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At 14, she began modeling for Macy's. During her freshman year of high school, Kristine auditioned for and won the part of Marta in the musical The Sound Of Music. The following summer, the now-famous Mac-Haydn Theatre opened in DeBell's hometown, featuring The Sound Of Music as its last show of its season.

Kristine began modeling for Ford Models in NYC. She later moved into acting.She was on the April 1976 cover of Playboy, photographed by Suze Randall, and appeared in the Helmut Newton pictorial, "200 Motels, or How I Spent My Summer Vacation"( August, 1976), from which 11 original prints were sold at auctions of Playboy archives by Butterfields in 2002 for $21,075 and three by Christies in December 2003 for $26,290. Kristine starred in a number of motion pictures including Meatballs (Bill Murray's first film and Ivan Reitman's directorial debut), Blood Brothers (Richard Gere's first film, directed by Robert Mulligan), and The Big Brawl (Jackie Chan's first American film). Kristine also starred in a number of television pilots throughout the early 1980's, and enjoyed many guest-star appearances in episodic television and movies of the week, including Night Court, and the award-winning soap opera The Young & The Restless. DeBell left the film and television industry in the mid-1980's to raise her children on a thoroughbred farm in upstate New York.

Lisa London
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Lisa London is an accomplished actress & singer who hails from Palm Springs CA USA. Lisa has basked in the limelight since a teen. In high school she was a Bob Hope Classic Girl and had her own weekly column in the Desert Sun newspaper and interviewed local and international entertainment & sports celebrities for CBS radio.

Lisa has starred in many films & TV roles including HOTS, Savage Beach, Attack of the 50 Foot CamGirl, Love Crime, The Wrong Sarah, Amityville Cop, A Wiseguy Christmas, Alone, Why?, A Christmas Love, Quarantine Girl, Heartbeat, Choke, Acrylic, Body of Night, The Morning Show, The Planters, Darling NIkki, Nearly Departed, The Wrong Teacher, Do You See Me, Holy Terror, Eight Days Carlo, Last Stop, Cocktails and Dreams.

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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".

Luke Tiger Fafara
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"Luke" Fafara also known as Tiger Fafara, is a former American child actor best known for portraying the role of "Tooey Brown" on the sitcom Leave It to Beaver Fafara is the older brother of Stanley Fafara. Both were hired to appear on Leave It to Beaver after their mother took them to an open casting call. "Tiger" Fafara was cast as "Tooey Brown," a friend of Wally Cleaver while Stanley was cast as Beaver Cleaver's friend Hubert "Whitey" Whitney.

Besides appearing on Leave It to Beaver, Fafara appeared in episodes of various television series including Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, Private Secretary, Lassie, The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, Make Room for Daddy, The Donna Reed Show and My Three Sons. He also had minor roles in the 1955 drama Good Morning, Miss Dove (Fafara and his brother Stanley portrayed the role of the same character as a child) and the 1957 melodrama All Mine to Give. Fafara left Leave It to Beaver in 1960 and stopped acting professionally in 1961. Fafara returned to acting in 1983 with an appearance as the adult Tooey Brown in the television reunion film Still the Beaver. He reprised the role in the follow-up sitcom The New Leave It to Beaver, from 1983 to 1987.

Margaret Kerry
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Margaret Kerry is an American screen actress, dancer, voice artist, camera double, radio producer, director and host and media personality, best known for her work as a model for Walt Disney Pictures, where she served as the inspiration and pantomimed the Peter Pan character of Tinker Bell.

Her first role, at age 4, was as a fairy in the 1935 film A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by Max Reinhardt. She worked under her real name as a dancer and actor in three of the Our Gang comedy shorts. Kerry served as a camera double for Elizabeth Taylor in film National Velvet at MGM She attracted the attention of Eddie Cantor, who cast her in the role of his teenage daughter in the film If You Knew Susie. Cantor thought Lynch needed a more theatrical-sounding name to be more noticeable as an actor, so she officially became Margaret Kerry. Kerry as a teenager played the role of "Sharon" in the first network sitcoms, The Ruggles, on ABC-TV. The show's farewell episode at the end of its three-year run featured Sharon's wedding and honeymoon. Kerry also appeared in two episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, and a 1950 episode of The Lone Ranger. A voiceover performer with twenty-one dialects and forty-eight character voices, Kerry provided voices on 52 episodes of the groundbreaking children's television show, Clutch Cargo, including characters "Paddlefoot" and "Spinner". She provided numerous voices and live-action lead-ins for The New Three Stooges and Space Angel animated series for Cambria Productions. Kerry answered an audition call during the planning stages of the animated feature film Peter Pan. The audition, supervised by animator Marc Davis, required her to pantomime the motions that would be used as live-action reference for the animation of Tinker Bell. As Tinker Bell was to be non verbal, her movements would be integral, and Davis sought a dancer that could help embody the character. Kerry won the part and spent six months at the Disney Studios on a mostly empty sound stage pantomiming the part.The studios provided props, notably a giant keyhole mounted on a stand as well as a pair of giant scissors, used in the scene where Tinker Bell became trapped in a jewelry box.Kerry also provided the voice and reference movements of the red-haired mermaid in the Neverland lagoon scene.

Margaret O'Brien
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Margaret O'Brien is an American film, radio, television, and stage actress, and is one of the last surviving stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood cinema. Beginning a prolific career as a child actress in feature films for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer at age four, O'Brien became one of the most popular child stars in cinema history and was honored with a Juvenile Academy Award as the outstanding child actress of 1944.

O'Brien made her first film appearance in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Babes on Broadway (1941) at the age of four, but it was the following year that her first major role brought her widespread attention. As a five-year-old in Journey for Margaret (1942), O'Brien won wide praise for her quite convincing acting style, unusual for a child of her age. By 1943, she was considered a big enough star to have a cameo appearance in the all-star military show finale of Thousands Cheer. Also In 1943, at the age of seven, Margaret co-starred in "You, John Jones," a "War Bond/Effort," short film, with James Cagney and Ann Sothern (playing their daughter), in which she dramatically recited President Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address." She played Adèle, a young French girl, and spoke and sang all her dialogue with a French accent in Jane Eyre (1943). Arguably her most memorable role was in Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), opposite Judy Garland. As Tootie Smith, the feisty but fragile little sister of Judy Garland, she was a bright point, especially in her musical numbers with Garland and during a Halloween sequence in which she confronts a grouchy neighbor. For her performance, she was awarded a special juvenile Oscar in 1944. Margaret and June Allyson were known as "The Town Criers" of MGM. "We were always in competition: I wanted to cry better than June, and June wanted to cry better than me. The way my mother got me to cry was if I was having trouble with a scene, she'd say, 'why don't we have the make-up man come over and give you false tears?' Then I'd think to myself, 'they'll say I'm not as good as June,' and I'd start to cry." Her other successes included The Canterville Ghost (1944), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945), Bad Bascomb (1946) with Wallace Beery, and the first sound version of The Secret Garden (1949). She played Beth in the 1949 MGM release of Little Women, but she was unable to make the transition to adult roles. O'Brien later shed her child star image, appearing on a 1958 cover of Life magazine with the caption "How the Girl's Grown", and was a mystery guest on the TV panel show What's My Line?. O'Brien's acting appearances as an adult have been sporadic, mostly in small independent films and occasional television roles. She has also given interviews, mostly for the Turner Classic Movies cable network. O'Brien gave credit to television for helping her reform and modify her public image. In an interview in 1957, when she was 20, she said: "The wonderful thing about TV is that it has given me a chance to get out of the awkward age — something the movies couldn't do for me. No movie producer could really afford to take a chance at handing me an adult role." On November 20, 1950, she co-starred with Cecil Parker in "The Canterville Ghost", on Robert Montgomery Presents on TV. She appeared as the mystery guest on "What's My Line" November 24, 1957. On December 22, 1957, O'Brien starred in "The Young Years" on General Electric Theater She played the role of Betsy Stauffer, a small-town nurse, in "The Incident of the Town in Terror" on television's Rawhide. She appeared in an episode of Wagon Train in 1958. She made a guest appearance on a 1963 episode of Perry Mason as Virginia Trent in "The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe." In 1967, she made a guest appearance on the World War II TV drama Combat!. Also, in a 1968 two-part episode of Ironside ("Split Second to an Epitaph") O'Brien played a pharmacist who (quite the opposite of her usual screen persona) was involved in drug theft and was accessory to attempted murder of star Raymond Burr's Ironside. Another rare television outing was as a guest star on the popular Marcus Welby, M.D. in the early 1970s, reuniting O'Brien with her Journey for Margaret and The Canterville Ghost co-star Robert Young. In 1991, O'Brien appeared in Murder, She Wrote, season 7, episode "Who Killed J.B. Fletcher?", reuniting O'Brien with her Tenth Avenue Angel co-star Angela Lansbury. Academy Award While O'Brien was growing up, her awards were always kept in a special room. One day in 1954, the family's maid asked to take O'Brien's Juvenile Oscar and two other awards home with her to polish, as she had done in the past. After three days, the maid failed to return to work, prompting O'Brien's mother to discharge her, requesting that the awards be returned. Not long after, O'Brien's mother, who had been sick with a heart condition, suffered a relapse and died. In mourning, 17-year-old O'Brien forgot about the maid and the Oscar until several months later when she tried to contact her, only to find that the maid had moved and had left no forwarding address. Several years later, upon learning that the original had been stolen, the Academy promptly supplied O'Brien with a replacement Oscar, but O'Brien still held on to hope that she might one day recover her original Award. In the years that followed, O'Brien attended memorabilia shows and searched antique shops, hoping she might find the original statuette, until one day in 1995 when Bruce Davis, then executive director of the Academy, was alerted that a miniature statuette bearing O'Brien's name had surfaced in a catalogue for an upcoming memorabilia auction Davis contacted a mutual friend of his and O'Brien's, who in turn phoned O'Brien to tell her the long-lost Oscar had been found. Memorabilia collectors Steve Neimand and Mark Nash were attending a flea market in 1995 when Neimand spotted a small Oscar with Margaret O'Brien's name inscribed upon it. The two men decided to split the $500 asking price hoping to resell it at a profit and lent it to a photographer to shoot for an upcoming auction catalogue This led to Bruce Davis' discovery that the statuette had resurfaced and, upon learning of the award's history, Nash and Neimand agreed to return the Oscar to O'Brien On February 7, 1995, nearly 50 years after she had first received it, and nearly 40 years since it had been stolen, the Academy held a special ceremony in Beverly Hills to return the stolen award to O'Brien.

Markéta Jánská
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Marketa Janska, born in the Czech Republic, is an actress, singer, She began her career as a model, living throughout Europe, and eventually moved to Los Angeles to pursue her true passions: music and theater. Marketa is a lyrical soprano, and has recorded one EP to date, entitled "How to Stay True". Her songs have been featured in independent films. She appeared in Playboy July Centerfold 2003.

Some of her credits include I Get High (Video), 90210, Couples Retreat, Swingtown, Weezer: Beverly Hills (Music Video), Hancock, CSI: Miami (TV Series).

Maryam d'Abo
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Maryam d'Abo is a British actress, best known as Bond girl Kara Milovy in the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights.

D'Abo made her screen debut in the low-budget science fiction horror film Xtro (1982), playing Analise Mercier, a French au pair, who becomes a human incubator for an alien. She appeared in the film Until September (1984) and had small roles in television mini-series based on Sidney Sheldon's novels Master of the Game (1984) and If Tomorrow Comes. She also appeared in Oscar winner Taylor Hackford's film White Nights (1985) and in an uncredited role as a woman pouring champagne to Klaus Maria Brandauer at a hunting party in the Oscar winning Out of Africa (1985), directed by Oscar winner Sydney Pollack. Other credits include Arthur the King (1985). She worked on the French stage in Lyon playing Varinia in Spartacus directed by Jacques Weber in 1981, played Roxane in Cyrano de Bergerac at the Grenier de Toulouse in 1982, then worked in a 1987 French TV movie, Les Idiots (The Idiots), written by Gérard Brach, with Jean Carmet and Jean-Pierre Marielle. D'Abo had a starring role in The Living Daylights (1987) as Kara Milovy, the sweet and vulnerable Czechoslovakian cellist and would-be sniper who falls for James Bond. As a tie-in with the film, she also appeared in a Bond-themed Playboy cover and multi-page pictorial in the September 1987 issue, but later said in an interview with People magazine that "I wouldn't do those pictures now... I've learned a lot since then". On television, d'Abo played Ta'Ra, an alien medical officer in the science fiction miniseries Something Is Out There (1988), which was followed by a six-episode NBC mini-series of the same name, and she played Anne Summerton in the TV adaptation of Jeffrey Archer's novel Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less (1990) directed by Clive Donner. D'Abo had a supporting role as a pretentious stained-glass artist in the low-budget British comedy Leon the Pig Farmer (1992). She appeared in the 1994 film The Browning Version and starred in Timelock (1996). D'Abo has had roles in various low-budget, straight-to-video action, horror and fantasy films such as Tomcat: Dangerous Desires (1992), as well as guest roles on television shows Tales from the Crypt (1993), Red Shoe Diaries (1992) and Murder, She Wrote (1992). She reunited with her James Bond director John Glen for a guest-starring role on the television series Space Precinct and for the feature film The Point Men (2001). Glen later claimed that the reason he cast her in three different projects was because she was one of his favourite actresses.[4] She played the mother of Lara (played by Keira Knightley) in the television miniseries version of Doctor Zhivago (2002), and she was Queen Hecuba in the Emmy-nominated miniseries Helen of Troy (2003). She had a small role in the French film L'Enfer (Hell, 2005), directed by Danis Tanovic whose stars included fellow Bond Girl Carole Bouquet. D'Abo and John Cork wrote the book Bond Girls Are Forever, published in 2002, which is a tribute to the women who have played the role of a Bond girl. It was inspired by the documentary Bond Girls Are Forever, which she produced with Planetgrande, featuring d'Abo and other Bond girls, including Ursula Andress.

Maud Adams
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Maud Adams is a Swedish actress and model, known for her roles as two different Bond girls, first in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) and then as the eponymous character in Octopussy (1983), as well as making many other appearances in both films and television including The Christian Licorice Store (1971), Rollerball (1975), Killer Force (1976), Merciless Man (1976), Hell Hunters (1986) and The Kill Reflex (1989).

Adams moved to Paris and later to New York City to work for Eileen Ford. Her acting career started when she was asked to appear in the 1970 movie The Boys in the Band, in which she played a photo-shoot model in the opening credits. During the 1970s she guest-starred in such American TV series as Hawaii Five-O and Kojak. Adams was catapulted to international fame as the doomed mistress of the villain (Christopher Lee) in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974). In short order she appeared in Norman Jewison's futuristic Rollerball (1975) and several European films, and she starred in the obsession thriller Tattoo (1981) with Bruce Dern. She was so well regarded by James Bond film series producer Albert Broccoli that she was asked to return in Octopussy in 1983, this time as a lead, the title character—an exotic and mysterious smuggler, again opposite Roger Moore. Adams had Swedish co-stars in her three Bond films: Britt Ekland as Mary Goodnight in The Man with the Golden Gun; in Octopussy both Kristina Wayborn as Magda, and Mary Stävin as an Octopussy girl; and in A View to a Kill (1985), in which she was an extra, Mary Stävin played agent Kimberley Jones, and Dolph Lundgren played Venz. While portraying a Bond girl has not always indicated continued success as an actress, Adams comments, "Looking back on it, how can you not really enjoy the fact that you were a Bond Girl? It's pop culture and to be part of that is very nice." Adams appeared in the U. S. television series Emerald Point NAS in 1983 and 1984, but was unable to sustain her high profile, falling back on second-rate material such as Jane and the Lost City in 1987. In September of that year she also appeared in Playboy in an issue on the Bond girls. She hosted the Swedish TV show Kafé Luleå in 1994, and played a guest role in the Swedish soap opera Vita lögner in 1998. She guest-starred in That '70s Show in 2000, appearing as a bridesmaid to Tanya Roberts, along with Kristina Wayborn (her Octopussy co-star) and Barbara Carrera; all four share the title of 'Bond girl'.

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Mela Lee is an American voice actress based in Los Angeles who voices characters on a number of animated series, films, television shows and video games. She is best known as the voice of Jade in Mortal Kombat 11.

In anime, she voices lead characters Rin Tosaka, in Fate/stay night as well as Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works and the film trilogy Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel; Yuki Cross in Vampire Knight; Shinku the fifth Rozen Maiden doll in Rozen Maiden; and Erica Karisawa in the Durarara!! series, which was broadcast on Adult Swim. In animation, she is the voice of Tikki in Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, which airs on Disney Channeland Netflix, and Kikimora in The Owl House. In video games, she voices Lifeline in Apex Legends, Rena Ryūgū in Higurashi When They Cry, Rachel Alucard in the BlazBlue series, Tiki in the Fire Emblem series and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Sharon Kreuger and Scarlet in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel series.

Melody Anderson
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Melody Anderson is a retired actress whose most high-profile role was playing Dale Arden in the 1980 adaptation of Flash Gordon. She later starred in the 1986 film Firewalker, with Chuck Norris. While singing, she also trained as an actress, leading to roles in films and television during the late 1970s and 1980s.

Returning to North America, Anderson's first national exposure was as a guest star in the 1977 series Logan's Run and as a "Sweathog" in a 1977 episode of Welcome Back, Kotter. She made numerous guest appearances on television, including Archie Bunker's Place, Battlestar Galactica, Dallas, T. J. Hooker, CHiPs, the pilot episode of The A-Team and The Fall Guy. She had recurring roles on St. Elsewhere and Jake and the Fatman. She was the female lead of the NBC 1983 series Manimal She was a guest star in the Murder, She Wrote episode "Prediction: Murder" in 1989. Anderson played the female lead Dale Arden in Flash Gordon (1980) and Janet Gillis in Dead and Buried (1981).In 1983, she played the title role in a made-for-television film called Policewoman Centerfold, in which her character, a divorced police officer, is fired after posing nude for a men's magazine (based loosely on the true story of Springfield, Ohio patrolwoman Barbara Schantz, who was subsequently fired from her job after posing nude in Playboy magazine in the early 1980s). In 1986 she appeared with Nicolas Cage in The Boy in Blue and with Chuck Norris in Firewalker. She starred in the made-for-television movie Beverly Hills Madam (1986), which starred Faye Dunaway.From 1992–93, Anderson portrayed Natalie Marlowe, and briefly her twin sister Janet Dillon, on the soap opera All My Children. She starred as Edie Adams in the television film Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter,opposite Jeff Goldblum as Ernie Kovacs and played the coveted role of Marilyn Monroe in the television movie Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair (1993). Her last television appearance was in 1995 as a guest star in the short-lived CBS revival of Burke's Law

Michael Beck
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an American actor, perhaps best known for his role as Swan in the 1979 film, The Warriors.

Beck is known predominantly for his roles as "Swan" in the action film The Warriors (1979), "Sonny Malone" in Xanadu (1980), "Lieutenant-Commander Dallas" in Megaforce (1982), and as "Koda" in Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (1982). Beck also appeared in other movies such as Warlords of the 21st Century, The Last Ninja, The Golden Seal (as an evil poacher), "Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story" (as Clarence Carnes), "Rearview Mirror", the 1984 TV movie "Blackout", and Wes Craven's Chiller (as a cryonically suspended sociopath). He read for, but did not get, the role of Sir Lancelot in John Boorman's movie Excalibur. Michael starred in a short-lived television series, Houston Knights (1987), in the role of "Sgt. Levon Lundy." More recently, Beck starred in television shows JAG, Robin's Hoods, Walker Texas Ranger (in the episodes Flashpoint and A Difficult Peace), "In the Heat of the Night (TV Series), and as the Mars-born terrorist-turned-cyborg assassin "Abel Horn" in the science fiction TV series Babylon 5 1994 episode "Spider in the Web", and as "Mr. Jones" in the spinoff series Crusade (episode The Well of Forever). Michael has narrated numerous audiobooks of John Grisham's novels.

Michael Biehn
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Michael Biehn is an American actor, primarily known for his roles in science fiction films directed by James Cameron; as Sgt. Kyle Reese in The Terminator (1984), Cpl. Dwayne Hicks in Aliens (1986), and Lt. Coffey in The Abyss (1989). His other films include The Fan (1981), Navy SEALs (1990), Tombstone (1993), The Rock (1996), Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001), and Planet Terror (2007). On television, he has appeared in Hill Street Blues (1984), The Magnificent Seven (1998–2000), and Adventure Inc. (2002–2003). Biehn received a Best Actor Saturn Award nomination for Aliens.

In 1981, he appeared in the role of Douglas Breen, a stalker, in the 1981 film version of Bob Randall's novel The Fan, starring Lauren Bacall. In 1984, Biehn played Sgt. Kyle Reese, a soldier sent back in time by John Connor to save his mother, Sarah Connor, in the film The Terminator opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. He starred in two other films directed by James Cameron: Aliens (as Corporal Hicks) and The Abyss (as Lieutenant Hiram Coffey),and had a small role in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, briefly reprising his role as Reese in a scene cut from the final film but restored for the Director's Cut version. He was considered to portray the film's antagonist, the T-1000, but the role went to Robert Patrick. In an early draft of Alien 3 written by William Gibson, Biehn's character Hicks (who had survived the events of Aliens) was to become the protagonist, replacing Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver). Walter Hill and David Giler wrote the final script, Johnny Ringo in Tombstone with the showdown scene with Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday. In the 2000s, Biehn took acting roles ranging from big budget films such as The Art of War and Clockstoppers, He also starred in three TV series including the CBS drama The Magnificent Seven (1998–2000), the Tribune Entertainment syndicated TV series Adventure Inc. (2002–2003), and the NBC TV series Hawaii (2004). Biehn was considered to portray Colonel Miles Quaritch, the main antagonist of James Cameron's science fiction epic film Avatar (2009), but Cameron felt his appearance in the film coupled with that of Weaver would remind people too much of Aliens. In 2020, Biehn was cast as the villain Lang in the second season of the Star Wars television series The Mandalorian. In 2022, he portrayed Ian in the eleventh season of the AMC horror series The Walking Dead.

Michael Des Barres
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Michael Des Barres is an English actor and rock singer. He appeared as Murdoc in the original MacGyver, Nicholas Helman, Murdoc's mentor, on the new reboot of MacGyver (2016) and replaced Robert Palmer in the band the Power Station, fronting the band at the 1985 Live Aid concert.

Following the break-up of Detective in 1978, Des Barres formed Chequered Past in 1982. In 1983 he co-wrote and recorded the song "Obsession" with Holly Knight. In 1984, the band Animotion had an international top-ten hit with their cover. Des Barres met the members of Duran Duran when Chequered Past opened for a few shows during their 1984 tour. In 1985, when Robert Palmer withdrew from the Duran Duran side project Power Station just before their American summer tour, Des Barres was chosen to take his place as lead vocalist. Des Barres has appeared in over 100 different TV shows and almost 30 movies in his career. He first started acting at 8 years old as 'The Nux Bar Kid' on posters all over England. He appeared (uncredited) in the 1966 film starring Tony Curtis, Drop Dead Darling. His first credited film role was as a supporting cast member in the classic 1967 film To Sir, with Love, playing an East End pupil who always wears dark sunglasses indoors and out followed by a few other minor roles before he decided to pursue a career in music instead. He later concentrated his energies on acting again and was cast in Ghoulies (1985) as cult leader Malcolm Graves, and Nightflyers (1987) as a charismatic empath. He worked opposite Clint Eastwood in 1989's Pink Cadillac. His other film roles have included Midnight Cabaret (1990), Under Siege (1992), Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992), A Simple Twist of Fate (1994), and Sugar Town (1999). He also appeared in the 2004 film Catch That Kid and had a brief part in David Lynch's classic 2001 film Mulholland Drive On television, besides the role of Murdoc in MacGyver, Des Barres was also a lead cast member of The New WKRP in Cincinnati during the 1991–92 season, as part of a husband-and-wife morning team. He had previously appeared on the original WKRP in Cincinnati as the lead singer of a punk band, Scum of the Earth. On Roseanne he portrayed (Leon's boyfriend) as well as appearing as one of Darlene's baby's doctors on one of the final episodes of the series. Some of his dozens of television appearances include Seinfeld, Renegade, ALF, Ellen, Nip/Tuck, Just Shoot Me!, Hart To Hart, My Sister Sam, Lois & Clark which reunited him with another MacGyver recurring-character alumna, Teri Hatcher, JAG, Melrose Place, Nash Bridges, Northern Exposure, Rockford Files, Sledge Hammer!, Sliders, St. Elsewhere, 21 Jump Street, The Pretender, Dead Like Me, Frasier, Hawaii, Bones, and NCIS in the Season 10 episode "Phoenix".

Michael Pare
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an American actor. His first starring role was as Tony Villicana on the television series The Greatest American Hero. His best-known film roles were as Eddie Wilson in Eddie and the Cruisers (1983) and its sequel Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives! (1989), as well as Streets of Fire (1984) and The Philadelphia Experiment (1984). Other films included Moon 44 (1990), Village of the Damned (1995), Bad Moon (1996), Hope Floats (1998), and The Virgin Suicides (1999).

On television, Pare starred with Michael Beck in the CBS police drama Houston Knights in 1987-88, as well as the short-lived 2001 science fiction television series Starhunter.

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Nalini Krishan is an Australian actress who has had roles in "Swift Shift Couriers", "Love Pizza" and has been in an array of tv commercials. She has starred in some Bollywood films such as "Prem Aagan" and "Soldier", just to name a few.

Nalini has been acting and modelling for the last 15 years. She is a former miss Fiji Indian Sun and also has graced the catwalk through many Indian community events. Nalini’s resume includes the lead role in "Noise" her most recent project, before that she played the lead in the theater play "Curry for Lunch". Her most notable role seen around the world by millions of fans was that of the character JEDI BARRISS OFFEE as seen in George Lucas' epic films "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones" & "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith".

Oliver Robins
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Oliver Robins is an American writer, director and former child actor. Robins's first film roles were in the 1982 CBS TV movie Million Dollar Infield as Aaron Miller and the 1982 ABC TV-movie Don't Go to Sleep as Kevin. He is best known for his portrayal of Robbie Freeling in the 1982 feature film Poltergeist and its 1986 sequel Poltergeist II: The Other Side. His other feature film role was in the 1982 comedy Airplane II: The Sequel as Jimmy Wilson.

He made one television guest appearance in the 1986 Twilight Zone episode "Monsters!". Robins left the acting business after 1986. As an adult, he returned to show business as a writer and director. In 2000, he wrote and directed his first film, Dumped, which was released directly to video, and also wrote and directed Roomies in 2004. He wrote the 1999 movie Eating L.A.. Following the deaths of Dominique Dunne and Heather O'Rourke, Robins became the only surviving Poltergeist child actor, as well as the longest-lived.

Olivia d'Abo
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Olivia d'Abo is a British actress and singer. She is known for her roles as Karen Arnold, Kevin Arnold's rebellious teenaged hippie sister in the ABC comedy-drama series The Wonder Years (1988–1993), as female serial killer Nicole Wallace in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, as Marie Blake on The Single Guy (1995–1997), and Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan (2001–2003). Her film appearances include roles in Conan the Destroyer (1984) and Bank Robber (1993).

D'Abo's film debut was the supporting role of Princess Jehnna in Conan the Destroyer, released on 29 June 1984. Two months later, she appeared in the supporting role of Paloma the peasant girl in Bolero (1984). D'Abo portrayed Karen Arnold in the ABC comedy-drama series The Wonder Years for the show's first four seasons, from 1988 to 1991, with two guest star appearances in the show's final two seasons. In 1992, she guest-starred in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode titled "True Q" as Amanda Rogers. An unreleased pilot for an ABC sitcom she led, Olivia Masters' Life, was released on her official website. The pilot shows young, tenacious American woman Olivia Masters as she tries to find her calling and acclimate herself into the professional world, which is not always professional or a breeze, as she finds out. D'Abo made five appearances as a recurring villain Nicole Wallace in the NBC police procedural drama series Law & Order: Criminal Intent between 2002 and 2008. She reprised the character in the 2013 episode "The Catacombes" in the French police procedural drama series Jo, a show created by René Balcer, who also created Criminal Intent. In 2007, D'Abo played Abby Carter, the ex-wife of Sheriff Jack Carter, in the Sci-Fi Channel series Eureka for two episodes. She has had numerous supporting roles in other television series and films, such as The Spirit of '76 (1990), Greedy (1994), The Big Green (1995), and The Twilight Zone (2002). Onstage, she appeared in the 2005 Broadway theatrical production of The Odd Couple alongside Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane. In animation, D'Abo provided the voices of Sonya Blade in Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm (1996); Melanie Walker/Ten in Batman Beyond (1999–2000); Star Sapphire in Justice League (2001); and Morgaine le Fey in Justice League Unlimited (2004); Tak in Invader Zim (2001–2002); Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan; Jedi Master Luminara Unduli in Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008), which she reprised the character in the cameo role in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019); Carol Ferris in Green Lantern: First Flight (2009); and Natalia Romanoff in Ultimate Avengers, and Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther (both 2006). In February 2013, D'Abo began filming for Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure (working title: Project Fedora), a video game that combined live-action footage with 3D graphics.

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Omri Katz is a retired American actor. His television and film credits include Eerie Indiana, Matinee, Adventures in Dinosaur City, Hocus Pocus, and the soap opera Dallas.

Omri Katz is a retired American actor. His television and film credits include Eerie Indiana, Matinee, Adventures in Dinosaur City, Hocus Pocus, and the soap opera Dallas.

Pamela Des Barres
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Pamela Des Barres is an American rock and roll groupie, writer, musician, and actress. She is best known for her 1987 memoir, I'm with the Band: Confessions of a Groupie, which details her experiences in the Los Angeles rock music scene of the 1960s and 1970s. She is also a former member of the experimental Frank Zappa-produced music group the GTOs.

A high school acquaintance, Victor Hayden, introduced Des Barres to his cousin Don Van Vliet, better known as Captain Beefheart, a musician and friend of Frank Zappa. Van Vliet, in turn, introduced her to Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, which drew her to the rock music scene on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. She started to spend her time with the Byrds and other bands, and when she graduated from high school in 1966, she took various jobs that would allow her to live near the Sunset Strip and take part in the rock music scene. She famously went on to form friendships with many of the great musical artists of that era, and became romantically linked with various notable artists such as Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Keith Moon, Nick St. Nicholas, Noel Redding, Jim Morrison, Chris Hillman, Gram Parsons, Waylon Jennings, Brandon deWilde, Michael Richards, Woody Allen and Don Johnson. Des Barres was also a member of the GTOs, an all-girl music and performance art group sponsored by Frank Zappa. The GTOs had only one performance under that name along with the Mothers of Invention, Alice Cooper, Wild Man Fischer and Easy Chair at the Shrine Auditorium in the metropolitan area of Los Angeles, December 6–7, 1968. The entire concert lasted for six hours. The group dissolved just a month after the release of their first and only album, Permanent Damage, due to some of its other members being arrested and detained for drug possession. During the 1970s, Des Barres pursued a career as an actress, appearing in movies (including Zappa's 200 Motels), doing commercials, and playing a recurring role on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow throughout 1974. She continued to work as a nanny/babysitter for Zappa, who urged her to continue writing the diary she had begun in high school, in which she had faithfully recorded the important details of her life. When her acting career stalled, she continued to work for the Zappa family as a nanny for Zappa's children, Dweezil and Moon Unit.

Peter Kwong
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Peter Kwong is a veteran of film, television and stage, best known for his roles as Rain in Big Trouble in Little China and as Tommy Tong in Eddie Murphy's Golden Child. He just finished filming Cooties, starring Elijah Wood, and has appeared in more than 100 film and television roles.

Other favorite films include roles in The Presidio, Angel Town, Never Too Young To Die, Gleaming The Cube, Steel Justice, Theodore Rex with Whoopie Goldberg, Row Your Boat with Jon Bon Jovi and Bai Ling, and Pearl S. Buck's historic epic The Living Reed as the King of Korea. On television you may have seen him in "Sullivan & Son," "Malcolm and Eddie," "Sisters," "The Wayan Brothers," "Daddy Dearest," "Renegade," " Top Cops," "Full House," "Doctor, Doctor". On stage, Mr. Kwong portrayed the lead role as Dr. Haing S. Ngor in The Survivor: A Cambodian Odyssey by Jon Lipsky at the Actors Theatre of Louisville/Humana Festival, and stretched his musical theater skills in Mame with the late Juliet Prowse. Kwong's talents have won him an honorary membership in the Los Angeles Mime Guild. He is featured dancing on numerous music videos, including Ed Sheeran's Sing.

Randy West
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Broadcast personality Randy West was inspired and mentored into a career in broadcasting by legendary television announcer Johnny Olson. Armed with Johnny’s classic sensibilities and professionalism, Randy was first behind radio microphones while still in his teens in suburban New York City. Once he earned his B.A. degree, Randy cast his fates to the airwaves on a coast-to-coast journey that eventually led to KMGG - “Magic 106” in Los Angeles. It was his stepping stone to television announcing.

TV work began with Group W’s Hour Magazine in 1988, followed by a long list of programs that paired Randy with Ryan Seacrest, Dick Clark, Wink Martindale, Chuck Woolery, Bob Eubanks, Howie Mandel, Jerry Springer, Ray Combs, Marc Summers, Ben Stein and other iconic television personalities. Randy’s resume includes an exhaustive list of game, talk and awards shows including "Supermarket Sweep," "Deal or No Deal," "Weakest Link," "The Daytime Emmy Awards" and ten annual live broadcasts of Nick’s "Kids Choice Awards." His television voice work continues, most recently on CBS’ "Big Brother." Randy cites his work with Bob Barker announcing CBS’ "The Price is Right" during the 2003-2004 season as both a career pinnacle and an especially poignant honor, as it was his mentor’s signature program. Randy continues his association with America’s longest-running game show, performing during the past 19 years in FremantleMedia’s "The Price is Right – Live" stage show which now tours the country following successful residences in Bally’s Las Vegas and Harrah’s Atlantic City showrooms. Starting in 2019, Randy expanded his casino showroom work freelancing as a host of live presentations for Game Show America, and in 2022 he was on-stage to help kick-off Sony's "Wheel of Fortune-Live" tour. Randy presently serves on the Board of Directors of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters and Hollywood Media Professionals. He’s actively involved as a voting member of the Television Academy, was an organizer and speaker for several years’ annual Game Show Congress events, and periodically serves on committees at SAG-AFTRA. Most recently, Randy was honored by the request to aid in establishing the new National Archives of Game Show History at The Strong National Museum of Play. The new gallery will feature interactive exhibits, while the archives will serve as a research resource and repository for scripts, props, production materials, set designs, technical schematics, production bibles, marketing materials and other artifacts from 75 years of television game shows. Randy is also a published author specializing in television history. The success of his "Johnny Olson: A Voice in Time" led to opportunities to pen articles and features, as well as invitations to speak on television and radio at a number of colleges and universities. His 2022 release TV Inside-Out is a backstage pass to the truest form of reality TV, as it reveals the most outrageous behind-the-scenes flukes, flakes, feuds and a few conveniently-forgotten felonies. It’s a compelling read that guarantees you'll never watch TV the same way again! Randy is represented by Susan A. Simons at David Shapira & Associates of Beverly Hills.

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".

Reb Brown
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Brown is perhaps best known for playing the lead in the television film "Captain America" and the action war film Uncommon Valor.

He is also known for the 1983 cult classic, Yor, the Hunter From The Future, as well as "Space Mutiny", Strike Commando and Robowar.

Rich Law
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Rick Law is an American entertainment illustrator best known for his career with The Walt Disney Company. His work has spanned across all forms of popular entertainment media: films, TV, music, theme park, print, toys, and video games. As a 15 year old, Law created a t-shirt design that caught the attention of music artist Steve Taylor and won Law a record company promotion In 1986, at age 16, Law first attended San Diego Comic-Con where he was further inspired by other artists and creators he met there.

Law's previous interaction with Taylor and his record company, eventually led Law to additional opportunities in creating art and working with others in the music industry including Amy Grant, MTV, Arista Records, Tower Records, Mariah Carey, The Choir and Pat Boone Law's initial foray into Hollywood came about during a 1988 trip to Los Angeles with a friend. Seeking a way to sneak into the Paramount Pictures movie studio became a chance encounter with director Richard Donner who allowed Law permission to visit his Scrooged set and access to the studio lot Law's first movie poster design was for the 1992 Paramount Pictures film Leap of Faith starring Steve Martin. In 1995 Law created the supernatural themed black & white comic series Beyond the Veil, both writing and illustrating the series Law began working with The Walt Disney Compny in 1993. Over the course of his diverse career as a content creator with the company he has held a variety of roles. Law created cover art for a number of the studio's video, DVD, & Blu-Ray releases Some of those include: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad; The Lion King II: Simba's Pride; Mulan; The Rescuers Down Under; 101 Dalmatians; Tinker Bell; Piglet's Big Movie; Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo; Tarzan & Jane; Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas, and the first three 'Buddies' films: Air Buddies, Snow Buddies, and Space Buddies. He has been a story contributor; and created or developed a myriad of products for the company and it's licensees. In 2009, Law started designing toys with his reinterpretations of Disney characters via toy manufacturer MINDstyle In support of the release of Toy Story 3 in Asia, Law was a primary artist for the Alien Invasion Tour, which debuted at Times Square mall in Hong Kong, with artistic reinterpretations of the Toy Story alien character. Law was a creative lead in the design and launch of Disney English and was a consultant in the development of Shanghai Disneyland Park. He's been instrumental in fostering projects respective of both animation and the Disney legacy including the documentary Floyd Norman: An Animated Life, and exhibitions including the Walt Disney Family Museum exhibit: Awaking Beauty: The Art of Eyvind Earle. Law has been a speaker at venues including The Walt Disney Family Museum CTN Animation Expo, and San Diego Comic-Con. He is a member of the Comic Art Professional Society (CAPS) and has served as a board member of The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles.

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Richard Karn is an American actor, and former game show host. He starred as Al Borland in the ABC series Home Improvement and as Fred Peters in the Hulu series Pen15. He was the fifth host of Family Feud from 2002 to 2006.

In 1989, his wife Tudi convinced him to move to Los Angeles. He found a place for them to live by managing an apartment complex, catering events at a Jewish synagogue on the side. After receiving a traffic citation, Karn attended a traffic school and sat beside an agent who told him about casting for the new television show Home Improvement. The role of Al Borland had already been given to Stephen Tobolowsky, but when taping was scheduled, Tobolowsky was busy with another movie and the role had to be recast. Karn was a guest star in the pilot episode but became a regular cast member when the show was picked up by the network. In 2002, Karn replaced Louie Anderson as the fourth host of the game show Family Feud. Karn left Family Feud in 2006 and was replaced by John O'Hurley. In 2002, Karn made an appearance in The Strokes' music video for "Someday", which featured segments of the band on a fictional showing of Family Feud against the band Guided by Voices. On October 6, 2008, Karn replaced Patrick Duffy as host of Game Show Network's Bingo America.

Rob Ryder
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Rob Ryder is known for The Warriors (1979), White Men Can't Jump (1992) and Father of the Bride (1991).

Rob Ryder is known for The Warriors (1979), White Men Can't Jump (1992) and Father of the Bride (1991).

Ryan Cassidy
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Ryan Cassidy is the youngest of the Cassidy brothers and is often placed into context with brothers David Cassidy (half-brother), Shaun Cassidy and Patrick Cassidy or parents Shirley Jones and the late Jack Cassidy.

At first, Ryan was unswayed by the lure of show business and considered a career in law enforcement. However, after graduating from Beverly Hills High School in 1984, he embarked on an acting career that lasted through the late '80s. During this time, he appeared in the 'Lionel Ritchie' music video, "Penny Lover", the NBC sitcom The Facts of Life (1979) as "Kevin Metcalf" (a role designed around Ryan, himself) and as "Jake Hittman" in the "Jesse Hawkes" (1989) {The Centurions}_ episode of the short-lived CBS series, Jesse Hawkes (1989). He left show business in the '90s and pursued different avenues, finally settling on work behind the scenes, working first in the art department at 'Jim Henson' Productions and, later, set dressing for such shows as The King of Queens (1998), My Wife and Kids (2001), According to Jim (2001) and, most recently, Summerland (2004). Ryan will also be signing copies of his new book "James Cagney Was My Babysitter", co-written with Johnny Ray Miller. This highly anticipated book is making its exclusive pre-release debut at the Hollywood Show and is set to be released in March 2023.

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.

Shelley Michelle
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Shelley Michelle is an American fitness model, actress and has been called "the most famous body double in Hollywood.

She provided the body where the face of lead actress Julia Roberts was superimposed for the poster for the 1990 film Pretty Woman, where she also substituted Roberts in scenes that she considered too risqué. In 1990, she also doubled for Catherine Oxenberg in Overexposed Oxenberg is part of the Yugoslavian royal family and would not accept nudes in film. She also had a small acting role in the 1992 film The Naked Truth. She posed for Playboy Magazine in April 1992.

Sivi Aberg
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Sivi Aberg was born in Sweden as Siv Marta Karlbom. She is an actress, known for 3 episodes of "Batman" (1966), and did "Mannix", "M.A.S.H.", & "Sanford & Son" Plus films such as "The Teacher", "Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls", "The Killing Of Sister George" and Mel Brooks "Silent Movie".

Sivi was also Miss Sweden of 1964.

Stacy Fuson
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Stacy Fuson A blonde bombshell (she was featured in the "Teen" Great Model Search in the magazine's October, 1993 issue). After graduating from high school in 1996, She graced the cover of the October, 1997 issue of "Playboy" and was the Playmate of the Month for the February, 1999 issue of "Playboy."

Moreover, Fuson has had guest roles on episodes of such TV series as "Entourage" and "Modern Family." Among the movies she has acted in are "The Independent," "Shallow Hal," and "Room 6." Stacy was the 2005 St. Pauli Girl.

Stefanie Powers
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Is an American actress best known for her role as Jennifer Hart in the 1980s television series Hart to Hart.

Powers appeared in several motion pictures in the early 1960s in secondary roles such as the thriller Experiment in Terror with Glenn Ford and Lee Remick, the comedy If a Man Answers with Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin, and as the daughter of John Wayne in the lighthearted comedy-Western McLintock! (1963). She played a schoolgirl in Tammy Tell Me True (1961) and the police chief's daughter Bunny in the romantic comedy Palm Springs Weekend (1963). She was also in the 1962 hospital melodrama The Interns and its sequel The New Interns in 1964. In 1965, Powers had a more substantial role playing opposite veteran actress Tallulah Bankhead in the Hammer horror film Die! Die! My Darling (originally released in England as Fanatic). Her early television work included Route 66 and Bonanza (both in 1963). In 1966, her ""tempestuous"" good looks led to a starring role as April Dancer in the short-lived NBC television spy thriller series The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.. This was a spin-off of the popular The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. Powers' linguistic skills, dance training, and interest in bullfighting were written into several episodes of the series. She also learned how to fence for a five-minute fight sequence with sabers. Shortly after the series' debut, she was featured on the cover of TV Guide (Dec. 31, 1966–Jan. 6, 1967). The article mentions her ""117-pound frame is kept supple with 11 minutes of Royal Canadian Air Force exercises every morning."" It also noted: ""Unlike her fellow U.N.C.L.E. agents, the ladylike April is not required to kill the bad guys. Her feminine charms serve as the bait, while her partner Noel Harrison provides the fireworks."" Dancer was written as a demure, passive figure instead of an action heroine like The Avengers' Emma Peel. e on self-parody and camp humor instead of dramatic action and suspense was not a success. The series lasted for only one season (29 one-hour episodes) airing from September 16, 1966 to April 11, 1967. In 1967, she was in the film Warning Shot with David Janssen. Her 1970s began with two Disney films, The Boatniks (1970) and Herbie Rides Again (sequel to The Love Bug). She was a guest star on the Robert Wagner series It Takes a Thief in 1970. The two would go on to co-star in the popular Hart to Hart series nine years later. Prior to the Hart to Hart success, she starred in The Feather and Father Gang as Toni ""Feather"" Danton, a successful lawyer. Her father, Harry Danton, was a smooth-talking ex-con man played by Harold Gould. It ran for 13 episodes. Guest roles on other popular TV shows include: McCloud (1971), The Mod Squad (1972), Kung Fu (1974), The Rockford Files (1975), The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman (1976), and McMillan & Wife (1977). These shows were the ones that Powers appeared, long after she signed a contract with Universal Studios in 1970, coincidentally, her longtime friend and Hart to Hart series' star, Wagner, signed up a contract with Universal, but did not guest-star on more shows than Powers did. Her role as stripper Dottie Del Mar in 1979's Escape to Athena with Roger Moore turned out to be Powers' last theatrical film to date. She became widely known as a television star for her role opposite old friend Wagner as a pair of amateur sleuths in the 1979-1984 series Hart to Hart for which she received two Emmy and five Golden Globe Award Best Television Actress nominations. In the 1990s she and Wagner reunited to make eight Hart to Hart made-for-TV two-hour movies.

Stephanie Larimore
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Stephanie Larimore, lovely, brunette stunner did some modeling prior to being discovered by "Playboy" magazine. She was the "Playboy" Cyber Girl of the Week in January, 2005 and was the Cyber Girl of the Month for May, 2005. Moreover, she was the Playmate of the Month in the June, 2006 issue of "Playboy."

Stephanie was featured in one "Playboy" video and has posed for a few newsstand special editions. She's also a member of the "Playboy" X-treme Team. In addition, she has done various hosting, promotional, and commercial work which includes campaigns for such clients as Lucas Oil, Miller Lite, Hawaiian Tropic, Pirelli tires, and Joe Rocket.

Susan Kiger
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Susan Kiger is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 1977. In addition, she appeared on the cover of Playboy three times: March 1977, November 1977, and April 1978.

Susan appeared in several films, including the cult classic "H.O.T.S." and then in "Angels Revenge", "Seven", "The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood", "Galaxina" with fellow Playmate Dorothy Stratten, "The Return", and the horror film "Death Screams" Television work included: "Starsky & Hutch" and "CHiPs".

Susan Lanier
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Susan Lanier, also known as Suze Lanier-Bramlett, was born in Dallas, Texas. This multi-talented and sassy actress, producer, director, writer, vocalist and musician is most known for starring in The Hills Have Eyes (1977), Welcome Back, Kotter (1975) and Cut! (2014).

She has performed everywhere from Broadway with Tennessee Williams to the big screen with Wes Craven to the small screen opposite John Travolta. She was married to musical icon Delaney Bramlett.

Terry Michos
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Terence Michos (born December 26, 1953) is an American actor. Michos is best known for playing the character Vermin in the cult film The Warriors (1979). His television acting credits were in Simon & Simon (1981) and McClain's Law (1982). Terence Michos later served as a news anchor for Cablevision in Wappinger, New York.

Terence Michos (born December 26, 1953) is an American actor. Michos is best known for playing the character Vermin in the cult film The Warriors (1979). His television acting credits were in Simon & Simon (1981) and McClain's Law (1982). Terence Michos later served as a news anchor for Cablevision in Wappinger, New York.

Thomas G. Waites
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Thomas G. Waites is an American actor. When Waites was 21 years old, he was offered two movies simultaneously: Snowbound, directed by Robert Young, and Pity the Poor Soldier (the title has subsequently changed), directed by Bill Jersey. Despite the fact that he was offered twice the money for Snowbound, Waites chose Pity the Poor Soldier because it was in celebration of the centennial of the American Revolutionary War. Next Waites originated the role of Oliver Treefe in Simon Gray's world premiere of Molly, at the First Annual Spoleto Festival in Charleston, S.C. After this highly acclaimed performance he returned to NYC to be cast in the Joan Micklin Silver-produced On the Yard (1978), co-starring John Heard. Subsequently, he was offered a three-picture option deal with Paramount Pictures. After very strong critical notices Waites auditioned for and got a part in Walter Hill's The Warriors (1979) playing the character Fox. After disputes with the director, he was fired from this film. Subsequently, when the studio asked him where he wanted his billing he told them to remove his name completely, a decision Waites regrets. He has since reconciled with Walter Hill.

Three weeks after being fired from The Warriors Tom auditioned with Al Pacino, and was cast as Jeff McCullough in the Norman Jewison film ...And Justice for All (1979). This began a long relationship with Pacino. The two worked together again in Shakespeare's Richard III, with Waites playing Richmond, where he received strong notices again. After that, Waites originated the role of Mitchell in Alan Bowne's Forty-Deuce Off-Broadway at the Perry Street Theatre. In 1982, Waites competed with Matt Dillon and Kevin Bacon to land the role of Bobby in David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, American Buffalo. Kurt Russell and John Carpenter saw his performance and cast him as Windows in the film The Thing (1982). Waites was cast in the Broadway premiere of Trafford Tanzi, a musical where he sang with Deborah Harry of Blondie fame. Next was Pastorale, the Obie Award-winning play by Debra Eisenberg starring Judith Ivey and Christine Estabrook, playing the character of Steve. It was during this time that Tom met his namesake and singer Tom Waits, who generously taught Tom the song "Jersey Girl" on the guitar. working with Geraldine Page in Clifford Odets' Paradise Lost in the role of Kewpie, originated by Elia Kazan. The reviews from this show and a recommendation by Al Pacino got Tom the part of Ralph in Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing! and Sing on Broadway with actress Frances McDormand and actor Harry Hamlin. Tom was then cast in the role of Broud in The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986) with Daryl Hannah and James Remar. s. Tom next played Otis Price the baby-stealer in ABC's All My Children for approximately 9 months, while performing Israel Horovitz's North Shore Fish at the WPA Theater in NYC alongside John Pankow, Christine Estabrook, Wendie Malick and Laura San Giacomo. Tom also made guest appearances in such popular television shows as Kojak (with Telly Savalas), Miami Vice and two episodes of The Equalizer. Tom played the role of Rob in Howard Korder's Search and Destroy on Broadway alongside Griffin Dunne. Tom appeared as Smittie in the film Light of Day (1987) opposite Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett, and was then cast as Al Capone, competing with actors like Harvey Keitel, for the film Gangland (1987) with Scott Glenn. After two guest star appearances on NYPD Blue and some minor roles in small independent films and television shows, including a guest star in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Mike Hammer, Private Eye with Stacy Keach and Sliders. Since returning to New York City he has landed guest roles in Law & Order (four times), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (two times) and starred in the soap opera One Life to Live as Decker Denton. Waites played Henry Stanton in Oz for four seasons.

Tichina Arnold
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Tichina Arnold is an American actress, comedian, and singer. She began her career as a child actor, appearing in supporting roles in Little Shop of Horrors (1986) and How I Got into College (1989) before being cast as Pamela "Pam" James on the FOX sitcom Martin, which she played from 1992 until the show ended in 1997.

Arnold also played the family matriarch Rochelle on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris from 2005 to 2009, and portrayed Judi Mann in the TV Land original sitcom Happily Divorced from 2011 to 2013. From 2014 to 2017, she played the lead role of Cassie Calloway on Survivor's Remorse. Since 2018, Arnold currently plays Tina Butler in the CBS sitcom series The Neighborhood. In 1986, Arnold appeared as Crystal, one of the three chorus girls who perform R&B numbers in Frank Oz's film musical Little Shop of Horrors (1986) along with future Martin co-star Tisha Campbell. Arnold was only sixteen at the time of filming, and her career continued steadily after that, with a role or two almost every year, including the films How I Got into College and the Paul Mazursky/Woody Allen collaboration Scenes from a Mall (1991). In February 1987 Arnold scored her first big break on television, with a permanent role on the soap opera Ryan's Hope. Her critically lauded role, as young heroine Zena Brown, landed her a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 1988. She continued in the role until the series ended in January 1989. Later that year, Arnold was cast as Sharla Valentine, a high-school friend of Emily Ann Sago (played by Liz Vassey) on the ABC-TV daytime drama All My Children. She continued in the role until 1991. Arnold's best-known television role was Pamela James on Martin Lawrence's sitcom Martin (1992–1997). She also played the recurring role of Nicole Barnes on the sitcom One on One. In 2000, she was reunited with Martin Lawrence in Big Momma's House. In 2007, she again reunited with Lawrence (this time as his character's wife) in the big screen road comedy/buddy film Wild Hogs. In 2003, she appeared in Civil Brand. Arnold played the role of the matriarch, Rochelle, on the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris which premiered in September 2005 and ended in May 2009. In a departure from her known comedic roles, she played the title role in The Lena Baker Story (2008), which was about the first and only woman to be executed by the electric chair in Georgia. Arnold also played the voice of the friend in The Boondocks, episode "Attack of the Killer Kung-fu Wolf Bitch" which aired in 2007. In 2009, Arnold appeared onstage in The Wiz revival at the New York City Center in the part of Evillene, The Wicked Witch of the West. In 2010 she guest starred in the one-hour episode premiere of the Disney XD Original Series Pair of Kings as Aunt Nancy, and also reprise her role for one more episode. Arnold played the best friend of Fran Drescher in the TV Land sitcom Happily Divorced, which is based on Fran Drescher's real-life marriage and divorce to series co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson.

Tina Cole
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Tina Cole is an American actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Katie Miller Douglas on the sitcom My Three Sons (1967–1972) She previously had a recurring role as Sunny Day in the detective series Hawaiian Eye (1963). She was also a member of the Four King Cousins, a subgroup of the King Family Singers. In 1963, she played the minor (uncredited) role of Ruth Stewart in Palm Springs Weekend, a spring break party film set in Palm Springs, California. She also appeared previously in My Three Sons as a friend of Robbie (circa 1966), cast in the role of Joanne, before the Katie role was created.

Tina Cole is an American actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Katie Miller Douglas on the sitcom My Three Sons (1967–1972) She previously had a recurring role as Sunny Day in the detective series Hawaiian Eye (1963). She was also a member of the Four King Cousins, a subgroup of the King Family Singers. In 1963, she played the minor (uncredited) role of Ruth Stewart in Palm Springs Weekend, a spring break party film set in Palm Springs, California. She also appeared previously in My Three Sons as a friend of Robbie (circa 1966), cast in the role of Joanne, before the Katie role was created.

Tishara Cousino
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Lovely, busty, and voluptuous brunette stunner Tishara Cousino. Tishara attended a private Lutheran school that emphasized Christian spirituality and was a cheerleader in high school. Cousino eventually moved to Los Angeles, California and was discovered by Guess Jeans co-chairman and co-chief executive officer Paul Marciano while shopping at a Guess Jeans store on Rodeo Drive. prior to becoming the Playmate of the Month in the May, 1999 issue of "Playboy."

She subsequently was featured in a handful of "Playboy" videos and posed for many newsstand special editions. In addition, Cousino worked as a promotional model for "Playboy" for about five years. In 2004 Tishara appeared in a nude photo spread for an Italian edition of "Vogue" along with fellow Playmates Pamela Anderson, Audra Lynn, and Karen McDougal. Among the other publications she has done pictorials for and/or graced the covers of are "Las Vegas Life," "FHM," "Street Customs," and "Automatic Surfing.

Victoria Fuller
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Victoria Fuller is an American glamour model, artist, actress and reality TV performer. She is Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for January 1996 and has appeared in numerous Playboy Special Editions. Nine years after her Playmate appearance, she posed for Playboy again in the May 2005 issue.

Fuller appeared on the sixth season of the television show The Amazing Race with her then husband in 2004. Since then, she appeared on Battle of the Network Reality Stars, Kill Reality and a reality-star edition of Fear Factor Founder of Rogue Bunnies NFT. Only artist ever to receive a licensing contract from Playboy.

Vinessa Shaw
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Vinessa Shaw is an American film actress and model. She began her career as a child actor, and had her breakout role in Disney's 1993 Halloween comedy-fantasy film Hocus Pocus. Shaw also appeared in Ladybugs (1992) and L.A. Without a Map (1998).

While attending Barnard College, Shaw was cast in a supporting role in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut (1999), after which she decided to continue acting into her adulthood. Subsequent roles include in the comedy 40 Days and 40 Nights (2002), and the 2006 remake of Wes Craven's horror film The Hills Have Eyes. She was a supporting cast member in the Showtime drama Ray Donovan, and starred as Dr. Jane Mathis in the 2017 horror thriller Clinical. Shaw had made her film debut in a little-known-of 1981 slasher film called Home Sweet Home, which dealt with a serial killer targeting a family at Thanksgiving time. She then landed parts in a handful of television roles. She played a considerably larger role in Disney's 1993 Halloween family film Hocus Pocus alongside Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, Omri Katz, and a young Thora Birch. Shaw completed roles in various independent films for the remainder of the 1990s. In 1998, she enrolled at Barnard College in New York City, but dropped out to continue pursuing acting. Shaw was attending the college when she was approached by Stanley Kubrick for her role in Eyes Wide Shut, playing a prostitute who is encountered by Tom Cruise's character. In a 2008 interview, Shaw stated that Kubrick was "very influential" to her and that he "was the first person who encouraged her to continue acting".At the time of being cast, she was in college and considering alternate career options. Following her role in Eyes Wide Shut, Shaw played parts in a handful of films including the independent 2000 mystery-drama The Weight of Water with Sarah Polley and Sean Penn; the slapstick comedy Corky Romano alongside Chris Kattan; the romantic comedy 40 Days and 40 Nights, playing the feisty ex-girlfriend of Josh Hartnett's character; and a very small role in Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda. More low budget and independent films consumed Shaw's time until 2006, where she returned to the big screen in Alexandre Aja's remake of Wes Craven's exploitation-horror film The Hills Have Eyes, playing a young mother on a camping trip with her family who is attacked by bloodthirsty mutants in the New Mexico desert. Director Aja had wanted to cast her in the film after seeing her performance in Eyes Wide Shut. Asked why she wanted to act in a horror film, Shaw responded "Well, I guess I could be good in it since I'm so frightened of those kinds of concepts. But this one in particular really attracted me because of the filmmakers. I really thought that they had a great stance on it. Like it's very different, very heartfelt, and heartbreaking because of the characters involved. So that's kind of what made the difference. It was more of an actor's piece, if you can believe that, in a horror movie." Shaw was featured on the official one sheet promotion poster for the film, which was a box-office success. Shaw was in the 2007 remake of the classic Western film 3:10 to Yuma with Russell Crowe and Christian Bale, the indie drama film Garden Party, as well having a leading role in Two Lovers alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow. That film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008 and was released theatrically in February 2009. In 2013, she had a supporting role opposite Jude Law's character, playing his wife in Side Effects.

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Anna Ulrika Eriksson
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Slim, lovely, and sensuous blonde stunner Anna Ulrika Eriksson . Ulrika was already established as a swimwear and sportswear model when she became the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1996 issue of "Playboy."

In the wake of her Playmate stint Eriksson went on to appear in several "Playboy" videos and pose for a handful of newsstand special editions.

Chris Edgerly
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Chris is a voice actor with credits in hundreds of films, tv shows, video games and commercials. Audiences know him best as various voices from his thirteen plus seasons on The Simpsons, as Pathfinder in the video game Apex Legends, Gobber in Dragons: Riders of Berk, Peter Potamus in Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Hidan in Naruto, and many, many more.

Chris got his start in acting while a student at the University of Georgia, where he also discovered stand-up comedy. A ten year career as a touring comic followed, with acting appearances on All That, Kenan and Kel, and other iconic 90's tv shows. Chris segued into voice acting soon after, and to this day thrilled park goers can hear him as the voice of Spiderman and J.Jonah Jameson on the Amazing Adventures of Spiderman ride at Universal's Islands of Adventure, not to mention Scuttle in Disneyworld's Little Mermaid attraction and Timothy Mouse in Disneyland's Dumbo's Wild Ride.

Deborah Driggs
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From her start as a Playboy Centerfold and Covergirl to her life as a Screen Actors' Guild member, Deborah Driggs has had to clear many hurdles in life to make it these things happen. And while it may seem like Deborah's success came easy to her, nothing could be further from the truth.

Pursuing her interest in dance, Deborah won the audition to join the USFL cheerleading squad in their first year and then went on to join a professional dance company touring Japan. After that ended, she returned to Los Angeles and began her modeling career which led to the famous Playboy audition. After being asked to pose as a centerfold, she was then invited to also grace the cover of the, then, leading men's magazine in the world for the March and April 1990 issues. These two projects launched Deborah's "star quality" and led to new opportunities as a Video Jockey (VJ) for the Playboy Channel's "Hot Rock," and appearances in several rock videos. She went on to new roles in TV and film as a member of the Screen Actors Guild.

Devin DeVasquez
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Devin DeVasquez is an American model and actress. She was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month in June 1985, after being featured in the October 1981 issue's college pictorial. Her centerfold was photographed by Richard Fegley.

She appeared in Can't Buy Me Love with Patrick Dempsey and went on to star in Society with Billy Warlock. DeVasquez has appeared in over 100 commercials and authored the book The Naked Truth About a Pinup Model which is about pin-up modeling and includes an interview with Bettie Page. DeVasquez won $100,000 on the television talent show Star Search in 1986, and this win led to her being one of the first Hispanic playmates featured on the cover of the November 1986 Playboy. DeVasquez went on to an acting career. She played the virgin in House 2, had a supporting role in the high school film Can't Buy Me Love, and played Clarissa Carlyn in the thriller Society. In 1989, DeVasquez guest starred in "Her Cups Runneth Over", a third-season episode of the Fox series Married... with Children. She also appeared in the films A Low Down Dirty Shame, Busted, and Guns. DeVasquez authored the books The Naked Truth About a Pinup Model, True Age, Timeless Beauty, My Husband's a Dog, My Wife's a Bitch, and The Day It Snowed in April. DeVasquez writes for various magazines for Westlake magazine, Splash magazine and Primo magazine for Belgium. DeVasquez garnered four Daytime Emmy Award nominations as a producer on the Amazon Prime series, The Bay.

Lilián Garcia
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Lilian Garcia is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, host, television personality, producer and performer. Currently, she is the ring announcer for PFL (Professional Fighters League - MMA).

This Spanish beauty captured the hearts of millions for over a decade as a WWF/WWE ring announcer, back stage interviewer and singer on the USA Network's #1 rated Monday Night RAW and as a backstage interviewer on SmackDown seen in over 186 countries and in 35 different languages. Lilian became a fixture in American sports, singing the national anthem at numerous stadium-filled events for the NFL, NBA, MLB, NASCAR, the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament and the Summer Olympic Games. Moving beyond the sports arena, Lilian has performed and/or made public appearances at numerous high-profile events including 'Dancing with the Stars, 'The Celebrity Apprentice', 'Good Day L.A", 'Best Damn Sports Show', 'Mike and Juliet Morning Show', 'Your World with Neil Cavuto', the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and as an opening act for the late great legendary James Brown. Listen closely and you can hear her as a skilled voiceover artist on commercials and numerous video games, along with, singing jingles in various advertisements for major brands. Her historic rise in the WWE organization includes being the first female and Latina to host Wrestlemania, the WWE's first "Decade Diva", announcing the first ever Wrestlemania Women's Battle Royal, surpassing Aretha Franklin as the record holder for singing the most times at Wrestlemania, and being the first person to perform the National Anthem at a public forum after September 11, 2001. She's also performed for many other live events for over 15 years, including a special performance performing 'God Save The Queen' at several events in England including NXT and the 15th Annual Download Music Festival. This will be Lilian's first ever appearance at the Hollywood Show and she is looking forward to meeting her fans.

Tyran Richard
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Tyran Richard is known for Playmate Features: Working It (2005) and Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2009 (2008).

Tyran Richard is known for Playmate Features: Working It (2005) and Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2009 (2008).