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Nicolas Coster

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Nicolas Coster

Nicolas Dwynn Coster (born December 3, 1934) is an American[1] actor, most known for his work in daytime drama and as a character actor on nighttime television series, such as Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Star Trek: The Next Generation. In 2017, he won a daytime Emmy for "The Bay".[2] Life and career Coster was born in London to an American mother and a New Zealand father who was a London theatre critic and Royal marine commando. Coster was raised in the United States, primarily in California.[3] Coster returned to England to study acting at the Royal Academy of the Dramatic Art.[3] He also studied acting with Lee Strasberg in New York City. Coster was in Twigs with Sadia Thompson, Seesaw with Michele Lee, Otherwise Enganged and Little Foxes with Elizabeth Taylor, which was staged on Broadway and the Victoria Theatre in London.[4] Coster appeared in the NBC soap opera Young Doctor Malone. He created the role of Professor Paul Britton on The Secret Storm, a role he played in 1964 and from 1967 to 19

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Stanley Kamel

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Stanley Kamel

Stanley Kamel (January 1, 1943 – April 8, 2008) was an American actor, best known for his role as Dr. Charles Kroger on the American television series Monk. Biography Kamel was born to a Jewish family and raised in South River, New Jersey,[1] and attended Rutgers Preparatory School.[2] He started his acting career off-Broadway and broke into television with a role in Days of Our Lives as Eric Peters. Kamel had a recurring role on Melrose Place in 1994 as Bruce Teller, the chief executive officer of D&D Advertising, where Amanda (Heather Locklear) and Allison (Courtney Thorne-Smith) were employed. During the first part of the sixth season of Beverly Hills, 90210, Kamel appeared on several episodes as Anthony Marchette, an organized crime figure. Kamel was most known for his role as Dr. Charles Kroger in the USA Network television series Monk, playing the infinitely patient and ever-supportive psychiatrist to the main character, Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub). Though his last appearance was in the sixth s

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Sam Behrens

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Sam Behrens

Sam Behrens (born July 24, 1950) is an American television actor, best known for his roles as Jake Meyer on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital, Danny Waleska in the CBS prime time soap opera Knots Landing and as Gregory Richards in the NBC daytime soap opera, Sunset Beach. He is of German ancestry on his paternal side. Life and career Behrens was born Stanley Birnbaum to a Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York.[1][2] He has been married to Shari Belafonte since December 31, 1989.[3][4] Behrens began his soap opera career on ABC's Ryan's Hope, playing Dr. Adam Cohen from 1979 to 1980. In 1980s. he moved from New York to Los Angeles, when was cast as Jake Meyer on General Hospital from 1983 to 1987. After recurring role on the NBC legal drama series, L.A. Law, Behrens was cast as Danny Waleska, Valene Ewing's (Joan Van Ark) new husband. He won Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villain: Prime Time for this role in 1991.[5] Behrens also guest starred on The Facts of Life and Murder, She Wrote, and

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Robert Hogan (actor)

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Robert Hogan (actor)

Robert Joseph Hogan (born September 28, 1933) is an American actor. While not a stranger to the big screen or the stage, Hogan is best known to audiences for his highly prolific career in American television which began in 1961. While he has never been a member of the main cast of a critically successful television series, he has portrayed numerous recurring characters on programs such as Alice, Another World, As the World Turns, Days of Our Lives, Deadline, General Hospital, Law & Order, Murder, She Wrote, One Life to Live, Operation Petticoat, Peyton Place, and The Wire. His guest star appearances on other television series encompass more than 90 shows over the last five decades. The character of US Army Air Forces colonel Robert Hogan on Hogan's Heroes (portrayed by Bob Crane) was named after him by friend and series creator Bernard Fein.[1] Biography Early career: 1961–1979 Born and raised in New York City, Hogan began his career appearing in theatre, making his professional debut as Elliot in the

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Humbert Allen Astredo

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Humbert Allen Astredo

Humbert Allen "Bud" Astredo, Jr. (April 4, 1929 – February 19, 2016) was an American stage, film, and television actor. He made several notable Broadway and Off Broadway theatrical performances, but was best known for the numerous roles he performed on the daytime Gothic horror soap opera Dark Shadows, most notably that of the warlock Nicholas Blair. Early life and career Astredo was born on April 4, 1929, in Pasadena, California to Humbert Allen and Bess Houston (née Alley) Astredo.[1] His early childhood was spent in Pasadena, before the family moved to San Francisco. His mother taught him to play the piano, and he often performed at parties hosted by friends. His father took him sailboating, hunting, and fishing, and inculcated in him a passion for the arts. From an early age, his nickname was "Bud".[2] After graduating from high school, Astredo studied law at the University of San Francisco, but dropped out after discovering he hated public speaking.[3] He then sold home-care products for the Fuller Br

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Edmund Lyndeck

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Edmund Lyndeck

Edmund Lyndeck (October 4, 1925 – December 14, 2015) was an American actor and musical theatre performer. He is best known for originating the roles of Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd and Cinderella's Father in Into The Woods. His other Broadway credits include 1776, Mrs. Warren's Profession, A Doll's Life, and Merlin. Stage Lyndeck, a former college professor, spent well over a dozen years in stock and regional theater roles before making his Broadway debut in the original production of 1776.[1] After originating the role of John Witherspoon, Lyndeck went on to play Stephen Hopkins, Dr. Lyman Hall, and Charles Thomson before ending up on tour as John Dickinson. His best-known role is the evil Judge Turpin in the original production of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, which he also repeated for the first national tour, the 1980 television broadcast, and a 1994 production at the North Shore Music Theatre. He earned a Drama-Logue Award for his performance in the tour's Los Angeles berth. He followed up Sweeney

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Barry Atwater

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Barry Atwater

Garrett "Barry" Atwater (May 16, 1918 – May 24, 1978) was an American character actor who appeared frequently on television from the 1950s into the 1970s. He was sometimes credited as G.B. Atwater. He appeared on Gunsmoke in 1959, Season 5, Episode 22; The Twilight Zone (1960), Lawman (1962), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Perry Mason, (1959–1965); Mission: Impossible, Bewitched (1966); Star Trek, Mannix (1968); Hawaii Five-0 (1970); Kung Fu (1974); and The Rockford Files (1977).[1] Life and career The son of the landscape painter of the same name, Garrett Atwater was born in Denver, Colorado. He served as head of the UCLA Sound Department before he began his acting career. His work teaching audio techniques led to a role in the student film A Time Out of War, a Civil War allegory that won the Oscar as best short film of 1954. Atwater began appearing in television series in the 1950s, often as a primary guest star or as a title character, on episodes of shows such as The Millionaire, Meet McGraw, The Co

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Robert Allen (actor)

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Robert Allen (actor)

Robert Allen (March 28, 1906-October 9, 1998)[1], born Irvine E. Theodore Baehr, was an American actor in both feature films and B-movie westerns between 1935 and 1944. Biography Allen was born in Mount Vernon, New York and graduated from the New York Military Academy in 1924, where he rode in the academy cavalry and from Dartmouth College in 1929 with a degree in English. In vacations he had driven a truck as a labourer. He worked for a bank which soon failed in the Great Depression. He flew briefly with the Curtis Flying service as a commercial pilot. He first came to the screen in 1926 before signing a standard acting contract with Paramount Pictures, in 1929. He appeared in the famous Marx Brothers movie Animal Crackers and several other small parts. Then, he signed with Columbia Pictures in 1935. He also later contracted with 20th Century Fox. Allen's first notable role was the male lead in Love Me Forever (1935), for which he won a Box Office Award. After the departure of cowboy star Ken Maynard, Al

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James Kirkwood Jr.

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James Kirkwood Jr.

James Kirkwood Jr. (August 22, 1924 – April 21, 1989) was an American playwright, author and actor. In 1976 he received the Tony Award, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Book of a Musical, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the Broadway hit A Chorus Line. Biography Kirkwood was born in Los Angeles. His father James Kirkwood Sr. was an actor and director in silent films and his mother was actress Lila Lee. After their divorce, he spent much of his time with his mother's family in Elyria, Ohio where he graduated from high school. Career From 1953 to 1957 he played Mickey Emerson on the CBS soap opera Valiant Lady.[1] Kirkwood wrote the semi-autobiographical novel There Must Be a Pony, which was made into a television film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Robert Wagner. Other novels include P. S. Your Cat Is Dead! (adapted into a play of the same name, which was, in turn, adapted into a film by Steve Guttenberg), Good Times/Bad Times, Some Kind of Hero, and Hit Me with a Rainbow. In 1959 Kirkwood appeared

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Julius La Rosa

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Julius La Rosa

Julius La Rosa (January 2, 1930 – May 12, 2016) was an Italian-American traditional popular music singer, who worked in both radio and television beginning in the 1950s.[1] Early years La Rosa was born in Brooklyn, New York, where he attended P.S. 123K in Bushwick. At age 17, he joined the United States Navy after finishing high school, becoming a radioman. He sang in a Navy choir, at the officers' club, and at bars to pay for his drinks.[2] Heyday The young sailor's Navy buddies managed to promote him to Arthur Godfrey - at the time one of America's leading radio and television personalities, and himself a Naval Reserve officer, whom the Navy often accommodated as a nod to the good publicity he gave the service. George "Bud" Andrews, from Omaha, Nebraska, a seaman mechanic on Godfrey's airplane struck up a conversation with Godfrey and told him that he really should hear his buddy sing. They arranged a time for La Rosa to audition in Pensacola, Florida, where La Rosa was stationed. Godfrey was impressed,

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Roger Davis (television actor)

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Roger Davis (television actor)

Roger Davis (born April 5, 1939) is an American actor and entrepreneur. He is best known for acting in television series Dark Shadows and Alias Smith and Jones. He also appeared on an episode of The Twilight Zone.[1] Acting career Davis first appeared on television in 1962. He portrayed Pvt. Roger Gibson in the ABC television series The Gallant Men.[2] In 1963, he co-starred with Richard Egan in the NBC Western drama Redigo, which was the renamed second season of the previous Empire television series, both set on a ranch in New Mexico.[2] In 1964, Davis appeared in one episode of The Twilight Zone, "Spur of the Moment", co-starring Diana Hyland, and had a supporting role in the 1964 film Ride the Wild Surf. From 1968 to 1970, Davis garnered attention playing multiple characters on the daytime Gothic soap opera, Dark Shadows. He played Peter Bradford, Jeff Clark, Ned Stuart, Dirk Wilkins, and Charles Delaware Tate.[2] In 1971, Davis narrated the voiceover theme sequence for the western series Alias Smith a

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Al Freeman Jr.

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Al Freeman Jr.

Albert Cornelius Freeman Jr. (March 21, 1934 – August 9, 2012) was an American actor, director, and educator. A life member of The Actors Studio,[2] Freeman appeared in a wide variety of plays, ranging from Leroi Jones' Slave/Toilet to Joe Papp's revivals of Long Day's Journey Into Night and Troilus and Cressida, and films, including My Sweet Charlie, Finian's Rainbow, and Malcolm X, as well as television series and soap operas, such as One Life to Live, The Cosby Show, Law & Order, Homicide: Life on the Street and The Edge of Night. Life and career Freeman was born in San Antonio, Texas, to Lottie Brisette (née Coleman) and Albert Cornelius Freeman, a jazz pianist.[3] He is mostly recognized for his portrayal of police captain Ed Hall on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, a role he played from 1972 through 1987, with recurring appearances in 1988 and 2000. He won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for that role in 1979, the first actor from the show as well as the first African-America

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Timothy Gibbs

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Timothy Gibbs

Timothy Brian Gibbs (born April 17, 1967) is an American director, actor, producer, and screenwriter who has starred in films, such as 11-11-11 as Joseph Crone and The Kings of Brooklyn as Maximilian Sentor and television programs, such as Sex and the City as Detective Stevens.[1] Life and career Gibbs was born in Calabasas, California. He began his acting career at age 10 in commercials and later guest starring in television series before getting his first prominent roles was that of 'Will Adams' in the NBC drama series Father Murphy which ran from 1981 to 1983.[2][3] He also played Chad Everett's son on the short-lived series The Rousters.[2] He is perhaps best known for starring in soap operas such as Another World as Gary Sinclair from 1995 to 1998 and Santa Barbara as Dash Nichols from 1990 to 1992.[4][5] In 2000, Gibbs was nominated for an Emmy award for his portrayal of the fictional character Kevin Buchanan (from 1998 to 2001) on the television series One Life to Live.[6][5] In 2003, Gibbs was us

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George Gaynes

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George Gaynes

George Gaynes (born George Jongejans; May 3, 1917 – February 15, 2016) was an American singer, actor and voice artist. Born to Dutch and Russian parents in Finland, he served in the Royal Netherlands Navy during World War II and subsequently emigrated to the United States, where he became a citizen and began his acting career on Broadway. Gaynes' most recognized roles in cinema were that of Commandant Eric Lassard in the Police Academy series and as John Van Horn in the 1982 comedy film Tootsie. He appeared as Senator Strobe Smithers in the hit TV show Hearts Afire; as the curmudgeonly but lovable foster parent Henry Warnimont on the NBC series Punky Brewster; as high-powered theatrical producer Arthur Feldman on The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, in which Gaynes' real-life wife, Allyn Ann McLerie, co-starred as his love interest; and as Frank Smith, the mob boss brought down by Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary) on the soap opera General Hospital. Early life Gaynes was born on May 3, 1917, in Helsinki,[1] in wh

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Jim Davidson (actor)

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Jim Davidson (actor)

Not to be confused with Jim Davidson (British Comedian) Jim Davidson (born January 18, 1963) is an American actor and model active in the 1990s and early 2000s. Davidson is a graduate of Lehigh University. Career He graduated from Selinsgrove High School in Snyder County, Pennsylvania, United States . Jim earned his Bachelor of Science from Lehigh University. He worked as a public accountant for Price Waterhouse Cooper in New York City before he was discovered by a model agency. Davidson's first television role came as the pit reporter on the monster truck racing series Monster Wars, which lasted one season in 1993 before being cancelled. He is best known for his work on the mid-1990s television drama Pacific Blue. Since then, Davidson has guest-starred in a number of prime time dramas and appeared on CBS's Soap Guiding Light from 2001–2002 and 2005. A television pilot based on the Snopes.com website, called Snopes: Urban Legends, was completed in 2002 with Davidson as host, but major networks passed on

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Wilson Cleveland

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Wilson Cleveland

Wilson Cleveland (born 4 July 1974) is an American actor, producer and writer. He is known as the creator, producer and co-star of Leap Year and The Temp Life. Career In 2006, Cleveland created and starred as the character Nick Chiapetta in The Temp Life, a comedy web series[1] which debuted on YouTube on 29 November 2006 and ended 24 January 2011 after 5 seasons. In 2012, The Temp Life won the Webby Award for Best Comedy Series.[2] In 2011, Cleveland executive produced an 8 episode web series called Bestsellers.[3] Cleveland created,[4] executive produced and starred in[5] Suite 7, a seven-episode branded web series sponsored by the Better Sleep Council and distributed by Lifetime.[6] Cleveland is the co-creator, executive producer and co-star of Leap Year,[7] a comedy-drama series about five former co-workers starting a tech company in Silicon Valley, that aired for two seasons on Hulu from 2011 to 2012.[8] It was revealed during the second season that Cleveland's character, Derek Morrison is gay. Cleve

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Anthony Addabbo

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Anthony Addabbo

Anthony Addabbo (September 14, 1960 – October 18, 2016) was an American actor and model. Early years Addabbo was born on September 14, 1960, in Coral Gables.[1][2] He grew up in Virginia Beach, in the state of Virginia. Addabbo wanted to become a tree surgeon.[3] He graduated from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. In 1987, Addabbo settled in New York City, where he worked as a model.[3] Career Television Addabbo made his debut on the small screen in the TV western shooting bettas in The Gunfighters in 1987.[4] Recognition among viewers earned him the role of Jason Craig in the NBC soap opera Generations from 1989 to 1990. He guest starred on a number of television series including Dallas, Dangerous Women, Life Goes On, Cheers, Wings, and Pacific Blue. Addabbo was in several made-for-TV-movies including Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer?: The Bambi Bembenek Story,[5] Love on the Run,[6] and Body Politic.[7][8] Body Politic was intended to be a television series for The CW. On August 4, 2009, Dawn Ostroff ann

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Nathan Fillion

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Nathan Fillion

Nathan Fillion (born March 27, 1971)[1][2] is a Canadian-American actor and voice actor, known for the leading roles of Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds on Firefly and its film continuation Serenity, Richard Castle on Castle and John Nolan on The Rookie. Fillion has acted in traditionally distributed films like Slither and Trucker, Internet-distributed films like Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, television soap operas, sitcoms and theater. His voice is also featured in video games, such as the Bungie titles Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach, Destiny and Destiny 2, along with the 343 Industries video game Halo 5: Guardians. Fillion first gained recognition for his work on One Life to Live in the contract role of Joey Buchanan, for which he was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series as well as for his supporting role as Johnny Donnelly in the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl. Early life Fillion was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the younger of two sons of Robert "Bob"

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Pierson Fodé

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Pierson Fodé

Pierson Dane Fodé[1] (born November 6, 1991) is an American actor and model. He is perhaps best known for his role as Ely in the 2015 comedy/romance film Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List, alongside Victoria Justice. His most current work includes portraying the role of Thomas Forrester on the CBS drama series The Bold and the Beautiful. Pierson exited this role in 2017, but returned for a few episodes in 2018. Early life Fodé was born in Moses Lake, Washington, a small town in eastern Washington, to Ron and Robin. He has two older brothers, Preston and Payton, and a younger sister, Pharron.[2] He grew up there with his family on a farm. At the age of 13, when he was still in high school, he founded Pierced Productions, in which he produced over 20 short films, wrote and played the lead role. After graduating from high school with an AA from college, he set off for his acting career at the age of 18. He currently resides in Los Angeles.[3] Career Model Fodé was under contract with Seattle Talent until 2011 and

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Lamon Archey

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Lamon Archey

Lamon Dezjon Archey (born April 9, 1981)[1][2] is an American model and actor best known for his recurring role as Mason Wilder on The Young and the Restless. In 2017, Archey joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the role of Eli Grant. Early life Born in 1981, Archey was raised in San Mateo, California by his grandparents.[3][2][3] Archey played baseball and football during his first two years of high school.[1] Archey has had very little contact with his father, who died when he was 20 years old.[4] After high school, Archey worked as a carpenter installing floors for two years. He then moved to Los Angeles with his uncle where he found work as an emergency medical technician.[3][5] [3]Archey has 12 tattoos.[6] Career Living in Los Angeles, Archey took up modeling after he was scouted at a job fair.[7] He credits modeling with helping him break out of his shell. He was later advised by manager Michael Bruno to get into acting classes so he could get a gig on a soap.[7] After about two years of acting c

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Ben Baur

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Ben Baur

Ben Baur is an American actor known for starring in the LGBT-themed web series Hunting Season. Out named him to its Out100 list in 2015. Early life Baur graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.[1][2] Career Baur had guest roles on the television series Nip/Tuck and Happily Divorced before starring as Alex in the LGBT-themed web series Hunting Season.[3][4][5][6] After appearing in the series The Following and Difficult People,[2][7][8] he played Kip Stark in several episodes of the web series These People from 2015 to 2016.[9][10][11] Baur and longtime friend Thandi Tolmay co-created, co-produced, and co-starred in the web series #Adulting in 2016.[1][10][12] He has also written episodes of These People and #Adulting.[11] In January 2017, Baur posted on Instagram that he had worked on the ABC soap opera General Hospital in an undisclosed role.[13] He played mail clerk Noah on the show on February 27, 2017.[14][15] Baur also wrote and starred in the short film Something New, which premiere

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Corbin Bleu

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Corbin Bleu

Corbin Bleu Reivers (born February 21, 1989),[2][3] known professionally as Corbin Bleu, is an American actor, model, dancer, film producer and singer-songwriter. He performed in the High School Musical film series (2006–2008). Songs from the films also charted worldwide, with the song "I Don't Dance" peaking inside the Top 70 of the Billboard Hot 100. During this time, he also starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Jump In! (2007). His first lead role was in the film Catch That Kid (2004). He has since appeared in the Discovery Kids drama series Flight 29 Down (2005–2007), as well as the film To Write Love on Her Arms (2015). He competed in the 17th season of Dancing with the Stars, partnered with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff.[4] He has also pursued a music career, and released his debut album Another Side on May 1, 2007, which included the single "Push It to the Limit." The album debuted at number thirty-six on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 18,000 copies in its first week.[5] Bleu released h

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Paul Michael Glaser

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Paul Michael Glaser

Paul Michael Glaser (born March 25, 1943), is an American actor and director best known for his role as Detective David Starsky on the 1970s television series, Starsky & Hutch. Glaser also appeared as Captain Jack Steeper on the NBC series Third Watch from 2004 to 2005.[1] Early life Glaser, raised in a Jewish family, is the youngest of three children. He was born Paul Manfred Glaser in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of Dorothy and Samuel Glaser, who was an architect.[2] Glaser attended the Buckingham Browne & Nichols School until 1961 before transferring to the Cambridge School of Weston completing high school. Glaser attended Tulane University, where he was roommates with film director Bruce Paltrow, majoring in theatre and English with a minor in architecture and graduated in 1966.[3] He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He earned a master's degree in fine arts from Boston University in acting and directing in 1967.[4] Career Glaser at the F.I.S.T. premiere in 1978 After ap

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James McCaffrey (actor)

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James McCaffrey (actor)

James McCaffrey (born 1959 in Belfast,[1]) is a Northern Irish-American actor known for his role as Max Payne in the Max Payne video game series. He has also had main roles and recurring roles in a number of television series as well as appearing in feature films. Career McCaffrey's first role was as a mentally challenged teen in Bill II: on His Own: The Bill Sackter Story. He played the lead in the first and last seasons of the series Viper, and the short-lived series Swift Justice, and has appeared on As the World Turns and Sex and the City. Additionally, McCaffrey is known for playing deceased New York City firefighter Jimmy Keefe on Rescue Me, as well as Ryan Huntley on Revenge.[2][3] McCaffrey is known as the voice of Thomas Zane in the video game Alan Wake and the title character in the video games Max Payne, Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne, and Max Payne 3; he appeared in a cameo role in the film adaptation of the video game, playing an FBI agent brought in to assist in the capture of Payne.[4] H

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Paul Korver (born November 18, 1971) is an American actor, filmmaker, producer, and entrepreneur who currently resides in Los Angeles. With early turns as an actor in his twenties,[1] in 2002 he returned to his early love of cinematography[2] founding Fifty Foot Films and later Cinelicious. Acting career Korver had a part in the CHiPs reunion movie in 1998 playing Officer Peter Roulette. Paul Korver played Christopher Hughes II on the long running soap opera, As the World Turns from September 1999 to March 2001, shot in New York. Korver replaced Ben Jorgenson as Christopher Hughes II in 1999. When Korver departed in 2001, Alan White took over his spot as Chris Hughes. Korver played Lieutenant Peyton Styles in the 2001 movie The Painting. Korver played Casey Whitehouse in Legally Blonde a 2003 TV Movie.[3] Korver played Rodger in Dog Gone Love in 2004.[4][5][6] Fifty Foot Films Founded in 2002 by Paul Korver, Fifty Foot Films is "a Hollywood-based company that is dedicated to fixing major life events on fi

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Martin E. Brooks

Martin E. Brooks (born Martin Baum;[1] November 30, 1925 – December 7, 2015) was an American character actor known for playing scientist Dr. Rudy Wells in the television series The Six Million Dollar Man and its spin-off, The Bionic Woman,[2] from 1975 onward (a role originally portrayed by Martin Balsam and then by Alan Oppenheimer). Early life Brooks was born Martin Baum in The Bronx. When he was 10, he moved with his family to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.[3] After high school, he volunteered to serve in the U.S. Army, became a paratrooper with the 11th Airborne Division and was awarded a Purple Heart for injuries received during World War II.[3] He attended Penn State University[3] and enrolled at the Dramatic Workshop of the New School for Social Research in New York City.[4][5] He won the off-Broadway best actor award for his performance in Outside the Door and changed his name to Martin Brooks, following the advice of producer Richard Rodgers.[1][3] Career Acting Theatre In 1959, Brooks starred in Sa

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Tristan Lake Leabu

Tristan Lake Leabu (born August 19, 1999[1]) is an American actor. From 2016 to 2019, he portrayed the role of Reed Hellstrom on The Young and the Restless. Career Leabu made his debut playing the part of Jason White, Lois Lane's son, in the 2006 film Superman Returns. For this performance he won a 2007 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor[2] and was nominated for Best Performance by a Younger Actor at the 2007 Saturn Awards. He appeared in the 2007 Lifetime movie While the Children Sleep. He played Reed Hellstrom on The Young and the Restless.[3][4] Filmography Year Title Role Notes 2006 Superman Returns Jason White 2007 While the Children Sleep Max Eastman TV Movie 2011 Chester Jacob Short 2012 Least Among Saints Wade Hawaii Five-0 Ethan Ewana Season 3, Episode 11 2013 All American Christmas Carol Harley The Christmas Spirit Christopher TV Movie 2016–18 The Young and the Restless Reed Hellstrom

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Kristos Andrews

Kristos Andrews (born Christos Andrew-Drum on August 25, 1990) is a British-American actor, producer, and skateboarder, known for his work on the digital drama seriesThe Bay. He is an X Games Champion and two-time Guinness World Records record holder for skateboarding. Andrews received Daytime Emmy Awards in 2016, 2017, and 2018 for his role as Pete Garrett on The Bay, and has won four Daytime Emmys as an executive producer of the series in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Since 2016 he has starred as Tyler in the teen sitcom This Just In, for which he was also nominated for a 2017 Daytime Emmy as a producer. Personal life The son of Catherine Andrews and Gary Drum, Andrews grew up in his hometown of Santa Monica, California. Andrews has two sisters, Celeste and Angelica. Career Andrews began portraying Pete Garrett on the soap opera web series The Bay when in debuted in September 2010.[1] He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime as an executive producer of T

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Robert Adamson (actor)

Robert Gillespie Adamson IV (born July 11, 1985) is an American actor. He has portrayed the roles of Phil Sanders on the television series Hollywood Heights and Charles Antoni on Lincoln Heights. He starred as Noah Newman on The Young and the Restless from 2012-2018. Personal life Adamson attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts until 2005. Adamson and then-fiancée Linsey Godfrey welcomed daughter Aleda Seren, on June 12, 2014.[1] He and Godfrey made their last public appearance together on April 26, 2015 at the Daytime Emmy Awards.[2] On August 3, 2015, after months of speculation, a representative for The Bold and the Beautiful confirmed that Adamson and Godfrey had ended their engagement, however, they would continue to raise their daughter "in a loving and amicable environment and her needs will always be their common priority".[3] Career Adamson's first role was in the series Cold Case as a fraternity brother of a murder suspect.[4] He also guest-starred in the series It's Always Sunny in Phila

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Joseph Cross (actor)

Joseph Michael Cross (born May 28, 1986) is an American actor and producer. He began work as a child actor, starring in the 1998 films Desperate Measures, Wide Awake, and Jack Frost. He won the Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture for Running with Scissors (2006), and co-starred in Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Untraceable (2008), Milk (2008), and Lincoln (2012). From 1999 to 2004, Cross starred as Casey Hughes in the CBS soap opera As the World Turns. In 2017, he appeared in the HBO limited series Big Little Lies and the Netflix crime drama series Mindhunter. Early life Cross was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the son of Maureen (née Toumey), a real estate agent, and Michael J. Cross, who worked in marketing.[1][2] He has four siblings. Cross grew up in Pelham, New York, and attended Pelham Middle School and Pelham Memorial High School.[3] For his undergraduate studies, Cross transferred from Hartford's Trinity College to Columbia University.[4] Career As a child actor, Cross appeared in t

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D. C. Douglas

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D. C. Douglas

D. C. Douglas[1] (born February 2, 1966) is an American actor, director, writer and editor. Early life Douglas was born in Berkeley, California.[2] His father was a salesman[2] and his mother was an artist as well as a writer.[2][3] His grandparents were vaudeville performers.[2] His grandmother, Grace Hathaway,[4] continued in burlesque as a dancer and his grandfather, Joe Miller,[5] became known in San Francisco for his talks at the Theosophy Lodge and his weekly Thursday morning walks through Golden Gate Park.[6] Career Theatre, film and television D.C. Douglas as Uncle Bill in "Little Red Riding Hood" for CMTSJ Douglas performed on stage in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 70s and early 80s, moving to Los Angeles in 1985 to study at the Estelle Harman Actors Workshop. In Los Angeles, he co-founded the improvisation troupe Section Eight and was also a member of Theatre of NOTE. In 1996, he landed a small role in Boston Common, an NBC pilot. When the show was picked up for a season he returned

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Wayne Heffley

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Wayne Heffley

Wayne Heffley (July 15, 1927 – November 19, 2008) was an American television and film actor, known for the role of Vern Scofield on Days of Our Lives, as well as over 100 other roles. He died of kidney failure in 2008.[1] Filmography Year Title Role Notes 1954 The Human Jungle Hood Uncredited 1955 The Eternal Sea Commanding Officer Uncredited 1958 Submarine Seahawk Cmdr. Dean Stoker 1959 The Trap Lou Brann Uncredited 1959 Crime and Punishment U.S.A. Rafe 1957-1959 Highway Patrol Officer Dennis television series, 1955–1959; regular 1959 Battle Flame Teach 1960 Spartacus Slave Guard Uncredited 1961 The Outsider Cpl. Johnson 1962 Birdman of Alcatraz Guard Uncredited 1963 A Gathering of Eagles Radar Navigator Uncredited 1967 Gunn Police Sgt. Ashford 1968 Maryjane Ice Cream Company Manager 1971 Johnny Got His Gun Captain 1966-1972 Bonanza Bert / Andy television series, 1959–1973; 2-time guest-appearance 1974 The Streets of San Francisco Det. Steiglitz t

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Curt Dawson

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Curt Dawson

Curt Dawson (c. 1942 - January 13, 1985) was an American stage and television actor. Early life Curt Dawson was born circa 1942 in Russell, Kansas.[1][2] He graduated from Emporia State University in 1960,[1] and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, U.K.[2] Career Dawson became a stage actor on Broadway.[2] He played in Sleuth in 1973 and Absurd Person Singular in 1975.[2] He also played in The Boys in the Band,[1] as well as in Alice in Wonderland and The Royal Family alongside Eva Le Gallienne.[2] On television, Dawson acted in As the World Turns, Guiding Light,[3] Another World, Search for Tomorrow, and The Adams Chronicles.[2] Personal life and death Dawson was gay; he had relationships with author Armistead Maupin and actor Ian McKellen.[4] He resided in SoHo, Manhattan, New York City.[2] Dawson died on January 13, 1985 at the Bellevue Hospital in New York City.[2] Even though his obituary in The New York Times said he died of "complications resulting from cancer", Maupin says in

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James Franco

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James Franco

James Edward Franco (born April 19, 1978) is an American actor, filmmaker, and academic. For his role in 127 Hours (2010), he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor. Franco is known for his roles in live-action films, such as Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy (2002–2007); Milk (2008); Pineapple Express (2008); Eat, Pray, Love (2010); Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011); Spring Breakers (2012); Oz the Great and Powerful (2013); This Is the End (2013); and The Disaster Artist (2017), for which he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. He is known for his collaborations with fellow actor Seth Rogen, having appeared in eight films and one television series with him. Franco is also known for his work on television; his first prominent acting role was the character Daniel Desario on the short-lived ensemble comedy-drama Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000), which developed a cult following. He portrayed the title character in the television biographical film James Dean (2001), for which he won a Golden Globe A

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Mark Goddard

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Mark Goddard

Mark Goddard (left), Karen Sharpe and Don Durant on TV's Johnny Ringo (1959) Mark Goddard (born Charles Harvey Goddard; July 24, 1936) is an American actor who has starred in a number of television programs. He is probably best known for portraying Major Don West, the adversary of Dr. Zachary Smith (played by Jonathan Harris), in the CBS series Lost in Space (1965-68). He also played Detective Sgt. Chris Ballard, The Detectives, starring Robert Taylor. Early life Charles Harvey Goddard was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, the youngest of five children, and grew up in Scituate. He was raised Catholic.[1] He led both his high school baseball and basketball teams to the state championship finals. Goddard dreamed of becoming a basketball player, but eventually turned to acting. He originally attended Holy Cross College after high school, but he then transferred and studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. After two years, he moved to Los Angeles, California. Career In 1959, after jus

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Bob Hastings

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Bob Hastings

Robert Francis Hastings (April 18, 1925 – June 30, 2014) was an American radio, film, and television character actor. He also provided voices for animated cartoons.[2] He was best known for his portrayal of annoying suck-up Lt. Elroy Carpenter, on McHale's Navy[3] and voicing Commissioner James Gordon in the DCAU. Early life and education Hastings was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, a son of Charles and Hazel Hastings. His father was a salesman.[4] He started out as a boy singer on radio shows as Doug Gray's Singing Gang and Coast to Coast on a Bus.[5] Career Hastings in a 1946 publicity photo Hastings started in radio on "Coast-to-Coast on a Bus" (NBC). Hastings served during World War II in the United States Army Air Corps. After serving in World War II as a navigator on B-29s, he played the role of Archie Andrews in a series based on the Archie comic book series on NBC Radio from 1945-53. Archie Andrews was sponsored by Swift & Company food products. Hastings moved to television in

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Jason Winston George

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Jason Winston George

Jason Winston George (born February 9, 1972) is an American actor and model. He is best known for his roles as Michael Bourne on the NBC daytime soap opera Sunset Beach, as J.T. Hunter on the UPN television sitcom Eve, as Dr. Otis Cole on ABC's Off the Map, and as Dr. Ben Warren on Grey's Anatomy and its spinoff Station 19. Life and career George was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 1994 with a double major in Rhetoric and Communication Studies and Drama.[1] In 1996, George was cast as lifeguard Michael Bourne on the soap opera Sunset Beach, a role he played from the series' first episode on January 6, 1997 until the show ended on December 31, 1999. In 2000, he made a successful stage appearance in Rita Dove's drama The Darker Face of the Earth at the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles, where he played the male lead of Augustus.[2] From 2001 to 2002 he played the rapper Status Quo in Off Centre. In 2002, George had a role in Clockstoppers, a film directed by

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Kamar de los Reyes

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Kamar de los Reyes

Kamar de los Reyes (born November 8, 1967) is an American theater, television and film actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Antonio Vega on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, and as Raul Menendez, the primary antagonist of the 2012 video game, Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Career De los Reyes starred as a Chicano boxer named Pedro 'Roadman' Quinn, in 1994's acclaimed theatrical production of Blade to the Heat.[1] The most arresting figure, however, is Mr. de los Reyes. More than any words he utters, the actor's haunted eyes, sunken cheeks and shaved head convey the extent of Pedro's torment. In repose, he's almost spectral. In the ring, he's like a short circuit, and his silent scream of triumph is a guaranteed spine-tingler. — David Richards, theater reviewer for The New York Times[1] De los Reyes appeared alongside Patrick Stewart as a "dashing, if thick-tongued" Ferdinand in a 1995 production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest.[2] In 1997, de los Reyes was named on People Magazine's "Fab

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Stuart Damon

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Stuart Damon

Stuart Damon (born Stuart Michael Zonis; February 5, 1937) is an American actor. He is known for his 30-year portrayal of Dr. Alan Quartermaine, on the American soap opera General Hospital, for which he won an Emmy Award in 1999. Outside the United States, he is better known for the role of Craig Stirling in The Champions. Early life Damon was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Marvin Leonard Zonis, who was a manufacturer.[1] Damon's parents were Russian Jewish immigrants who made their home in America after fleeing the Bolshevik Revolution.[2][3] Acting career Damon as the Prince, pictured with Lesley Ann Warren as Cinderella. After a series of appearances on Broadway, Damon's appearance as the Prince in the 1965 version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella starring Lesley Ann Warren helped pave the way to a long career in television and soap opera. The very same year, he had a prominent featured role in the Broadway musical Do I Hear a Waltz? written by Richard Rodgers (music) and Stephen Sond

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Joseph Leonard Gordon-Levitt (born February 17, 1981) is an American actor, filmmaker, singer, and entrepreneur. As a child, Gordon-Levitt appeared in the films A River Runs Through It, Angels in the Outfield, Holy Matrimony and 10 Things I Hate About You, and as Tommy Solomon in the TV series 3rd Rock from the Sun. He took a break from acting to study at Columbia University, but dropped out in 2004 to pursue acting again. He has since starred in (500) Days of Summer, Inception, Hesher, 50/50, Premium Rush, Miracle at St. Anna, The Brothers Bloom, The Dark Knight Rises, Brick, Looper, The Lookout, Manic, Lincoln, Mysterious Skin, and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. He portrayed Philippe Petit in the Robert Zemeckis-directed film The Walk (2015),[1] and whistleblower Edward Snowden in the Oliver Stone film Snowden (2016).[2] For his leading performances in (500) Days of Summer and 50/50, he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. Gordon-Levitt also founded the

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J. R. Martinez

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J. R. Martinez

Jose Rene Martinez (born June 14, 1983)[1] is an American actor, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army soldier. Starting in 2008, he played the role of Brot Monroe on the ABC daytime drama All My Children. He is the winner of Season 13 of ABC's Dancing with the Stars. Martinez served as the Grand Marshal of the 2012 Rose Parade.[2] He is currently costarring on the syndicated action series SAF3. In 2003, Martinez sustained severe burns to over 34 percent of his body while serving as an Army infantryman in Iraq. Since his recovery, he has traveled around the country speaking about his experiences to corporations, veterans groups, schools, and other organizations. Early life Martinez was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, to Maria Zavala.[1] He has two sisters who were raised with his mother's family in El Salvador. His sister Anabel died before Martinez ever had the chance to meet her.[3] Martinez has never met his father.[4] At a young age, he moved with his mother to Hope, Arkansas.[1] At 17, just prior

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Stephen Martines

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Stephen Martines

Stephen Martines (born July 23, 1975), is an American actor who sometimes works under the stage name of Coltin Scott.[1] He has appeared in several television shows, including General Hospital,[2] Guiding Light, Monarch Cove, The Closer and The Vampire Diaries. Filmography Year Film Role Notes 1998 Kraa! The Sea Monster Captain Ruric 1999 Justice Juan Jr. television film This Is the Disk-O-Boyz Indy-Lee Wong Planet Patrol Video 2004 Ring of Darkness Shawn television film 2008 No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker Alex 2011 Mud Dog Blues 2014 Nevermore Pre-production Television work Year Title Role Notes 1998 Pacific Blue Patrick Benton Thrill Week 1999-2003 General Hospital Nikolas Cassadine # 2 2003, 2005 Guiding Light Antonio 'Tony' Santos 2006 Monarch Cove Parker Elian 14 episodes 2008 Fear Itself Diego The Sacrifice The Closer Ricardo Ramos 2008–2009 2009 Bones Alex Pina Fire in t

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Jason Canela

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Jason Canela

Jason Canela (born April 25, 1992) is an American actor[1] of Cuban descent, best known for his roles in telenovelas. He has appeared in serials such as ¿Dónde Está Elisa? and Cosita Linda [2] Canela has recently made his debut in English-language television.[3] He is the younger brother of actor-singer Jencarlos Canela. In January 2018, Soap Opera Digest announced he had been cast in the role of Arturo Rosales on The Young and the Restless.[4] Early life and education Canela was born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban parents Lisette and Heriberto Canela. He has three older siblings including the actor-singer Jencarlos Canela. Canela studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York City. Series Telenovelas Year Title Role Notes 2010 ¿Dónde Está Elisa? Santiago Rincon Supporting role 2011 SoBe Real Pablo Supporting role 2014 Cosita Linda Cacho Supporting role Television Television Year Title Role 2011 Regression (short film) Sergio 2012

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Gregory Beecroft

Gregory Beecroft (born May 9, 1952 in Corpus Christi, Texas) is an American actor known for roles on several soap operas in the 1970s and 1980s. He is the oldest of five children. After his parents divorced when Greg was twelve years old, he and his siblings split their time between Dallas, Texas, where their mother had taken a job, and Warwick, Rhode Island, where their father lived.[1] Greg studied drama at the University of New Hampshire, but left before graduating. In 1981, he landed the part of Tony Reardon on Guiding Light.[2] He stayed at Guiding Light from 1981 to 1985. Afterwards, he landed the role of Brock Lombard on As the World Turns (1988-1989).[3] He also played the role of Duke Lavery on General Hospital (1989–1990). One of Greg's younger siblings is actor David Beecroft. Greg now lives in the Dallas area. References "It's Sibling Rivalry in the Afternoon as the Beecroft Boys Square Off on Separate Soaps". Retrieved 17 February 2018. Poll, Julie (1997). Guiding Light: The Complete Fa

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Obba Babatundé

Obba Babatundé headshot Obba Babatundé (born Donald Cohen, December 1, 1951) is an American stage and movie actor, voice actor, producer, director and singer. A native of Queens, New York,[1] Babatundé has appeared in more than seventeen stage productions, thirty theatrical films, sixty made-for-television movies, and two prime-time series. He starred as Zodzetrick in the Houston Grand Opera's 1982 revival of Scott Joplin's opera Treemonisha. Early life and education He was born in 1951 as Donald Cohen to an African-American family in Jamaica, Queens, New York. As a child, he attended public schools, as did his brother Akin. He was attracted early to theater and from a young age would sing, dance and act for his family. After graduating from Jamaica High School, he started teaching at a private school for students of color. He also pursued acting jobs in New York, gaining some roles Off-Off-Broadway. Learning that his ancestry included people from Nigeria, he adopted a name made of Yoruba words: Obba, fo

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Nicholas James (actor)

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Nicholas James (actor)

Nicholas James (born Nicholas James Muscarella and additionally variously credited as Nick James or Nicholas J. Muscarella) is an American actor. James is known for his recurring role, since 2016, as Officer Justin Lewis in the television series The Haves and the Have Nots, as well as for appearances in Prom Night (2008) and NCIS: New Orleans (2014). His earliest credited film appearance was in Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds in 2006. James has appeared in television commercials for Grupo Modelo (in 2016) and Walmart (in 2014).[1] Outside of acting, James has also worked as a model.[2] Early career Nicholas James's initial interest in performing was directed at comedic rather than dramatic roles, particularly sketch comedy in the style of Saturday Night Live.[3] In Los Angeles, he studied acting under the tutelage of various renowned figures, including legendary acting coach Vincent Chase (for whom the eponymous fictional character on the TV series Entourage was named).[3][4] Actor Shia LaBeouf was among his

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Deke Anderson

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Deke Anderson

Deke Anderson (born March 16, 1959 in Reno, Nevada) is an American television and film actor and former body builder. Active from around the mid-1990s, he has had lead and supporting roles in some actioners earlier on in his career. He had a role as Eddie Reed in the soap opera The Days of Our Lives, and has appeared in General Hospital and Cheers. He is also known for later television work as Rick Dresden in Devious Maids and as Detective Johnson in Dreamsville. He played the part of Chief Stevens in Wayne Slaten's 2018 film Osprey. He has also worked as an acting coach in later years. Background Prior to becoming an actor, Anderson was employed at a gym in Reno, Nevada. A co-worker by the name of Kane Hodder encouraged him to become a film actor. His earliest acting was as a singer with the Nevada Opera Guild.[1] Anderson and his wife Elsa Ward run Next Level Acting Studios which is located in The Woodlands, Texas where they relocated to in 1996.[2] In 2001, Anderson was voted the no.1 acting coach in LA

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Ryan Ashton

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Ryan Ashton

Ryan Ashton (born September 24, 1984) is an American actor, director, and screenwriter. Ashton is best known for his portrayal of Zack Sinnett on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, which earned a nomination for the Daytime Emmy Award for Guest Performer in a Drama Series in 2018.[1] He appeared in the feature film, Allegiant, and wrote, directed, and starred in the Bedsider series The Guys Guide to Birth Control, which was featured in The New York Times and The Huffington Post.[2] He grew up in Scituate, Massachusetts before attending The University of North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking where he received a BFA in Directing for Film.[3] References "Daytime Emmy Awards 2018 Nominations Announced!". ABC Soaps In Depth. March 21, 2018. Retrieved April 24, 2018. "Guy Nottadadi Steals Our Heart In 'Guy's Guide To Birth Control'". Huffington Post. January 23, 2014. Retrieved April 24, 2018. "Ryan Ashton". IMDb. Retrieved April 24, 2018.

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Neal Bledsoe

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Neal Bledsoe

Neal Bledsoe (born March 26, 1981) is an actor, writer and filmmaker, who holds both Canadian and American citizenship. Early Life Bledsoe was born in Toronto, but grew up in Seattle, Washington. He was named after the Beat Generation icon and Merry Prankster, Neal Cassady, and a car thief from Seattle his father knew as a boy.[1] Both of his grandfathers served in the Air Force during World War II and his maternal grandfather was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his part in the bombing of the Nazi oil refinery at Ploiești. He is the second cousin of former NFL quarterback, Drew Bledsoe. His mother was a life insurance underwriter and estate planner before becoming an executive for a company that worked all over the world. His father has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto where he studied under the philosopher Marshall McLuhan.[2] He moved fourteen times around Seattle area growing up, living in Magnolia, Ballard, Fremont, Edmonds, Magnolia again, Ravenna, Downtown, Queen Anne, Wes

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Rome Flynn

Rome Trumain Flynn (born November 25, 1991) is an American actor, model and musician. He is best known for his portrayal of Zende Forrester Dominguez on the CBS daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful for which he won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.[1] He also portrays law student Gabriel Maddox in the ABC drama How to Get Away with Murder.[2] Early life and education He was born Rome Trumain Flynn in Springfield, Illinois. Flynn is of Afro-Cuban and Irish heritage.[3][4][5] Flynn has six siblings.[6] Flynn graduated from Lanphier High School in 2010.[7] He played basketball in high school for which he received a scholarship to college. Before moving to Los Angeles, Flynn worked as a high fashion and runway model in Chicago. Flynn also sings and plays the guitar.[5] Flynn attended Benedictine University on a basketball scholarship until he was discovered by a talent scout.[8] He developed his talent as part of his social media personality.[9] Career Flynn managed

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