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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television

ISSN 0749-064X

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television A Biographical Guide Featuring Performers, Directors, Writers, Producers, Designers, Managers, Choreographers, Technicians, Composers, Executives, Dancers, and Critics in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and the World

Thomas Riggs, Editor

Volume 46 Includes Cumulative Index Containing References to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre

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Contents

Preface

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Biographies

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Cumulative Index (Including references to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre)

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Preface Provides Broad, Single-Source Coverage in the Entertainment Field Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television (CTFT) is a biographical reference series designed to provide students, educators, researchers, librarians, and general readers with information on a wide range of entertainment figures. Unlike single-volume reference works that focus on a limited number of artists or on a specific segment of the entertainment field, CTFT is an ongoing publication that includes entries on individuals active in the theatre, film, and television industries. Before the publication of CTFT, information-seekers had no choice but to consult several different sources in order to locate the in-depth biographical and credit data that makes CTFTs one-stop coverage the most comprehensive available about the lives and work of performing arts professionals.

Scope CTFT covers not only performers, directors, writers, and producers, but also behind-the-scenes specialists such as designers, managers, choreographers, technicians, composers, executives, dancers, and critics from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the world. With 229 entries in CTFT 46, the series now provides biographies on approximately 15,430 people involved in all aspects of theatre, film, and television. CTFT gives primary emphasis to people who are currently active. New entries are prepared on major stars as well as those who are just beginning to win acclaim for their work. CTFTalso includes entries on personalities who have died but whose work commands lasting interest.

Compilation Methods CTFT editors identify candidates for inclusion in the series by consulting biographical dictionaries, industry directories, entertainment annuals, trade and general interest periodicals, newspapers, and online databases. Additionally, the editors of CTFT maintain regular contact with industry advisors and professionals who routinely suggest new candidates for inclusion in the series. Entries are compiled from published biographical sources which are believed to be reliable, but have not been verified for this edition by the listee or their agents.

Revised Entries To ensure CTFTs timeliness and comprehensiveness, entries from previous volumes, as well as from Gale's Who's Who in the Theatre, are updated for individuals who have been active enough to require revision of their earlier biographies. Such individuals will merit revised entries as often as there is substantial new information to provide. Obituary notices for deceased entertainment personalities already listed in CTFT are also published.

Accessible Format Makes Data Easy to Locate CTFT entries, modeled after those in Gale's highly regarded Contemporary Authors series, are written in a clear, readable style designed to help users focus quickly on specific facts. The following is a summary of the information found in CTFT sketches: ENTRY HEADING: the form of the name by which the listee is best known. PERSONAL: full or original name; dates and places of birth and death; family data; colleges attended, degrees earned, and professional training; political and religious affiliations when known; avocational interests. ADDRESSES: home, office, agent, publicist and/or manager addresses.

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CAREER: tagline indicating principal areas of entertainment work; resume of career positions and other vocational achievements; military service. MEMBER: memberships and offices held in professional, union, civic, and social organizations. AWARDS, HONORS: theatre, film, and television awards and nominations; literary and civic awards; honorary degrees. CREDITS: comprehensive title-by-title listings of theatre, film, and television appearance and work credits, including roles and production data as well as debut and genre information. RECORDINGS: album, single song, video, and taped reading releases; recording labels and dates when available. WRITINGS: title-by-title listing of plays, screenplays, scripts, and musical compositions along with production information; books, including autobiographies, and other publications. ADAPTATIONS: a list of films, plays, and other media which have been adapted from the listee's work. SIDELIGHTS: favorite roles; portions of agent- prepared biographies or personal statements from the listee when available. OTHER SOURCES: books, periodicals, and internet sites where interviews or feature stories can be found.

Access Thousands of Entries Using CTFTs Cumulative Index Each volume of CTFT contains a cumulative index to the entire series. As an added feature, this index also includes references to all seventeen editions of Who's Who in the Theatre and to the four-volume compilation Who Was Who in the Theatre.

Available in Electronic Format Online. Recent volumes of CTFT are available online as part of the Gale Biographies (GALBIO) database accessible through LEXIS-NEXIS. For more information, contact LEXIS-NEXIS, P.O. Box 933, Dayton, OH 45401-0933; phone (937) 865-6800, toll-free: 800-543-6862.

Suggestions Are Welcome Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television is intended to serve as a useful reference tool for a wide audience, so comments about any aspect of this work are encouraged. Suggestions of entertainment professionals to include in future volumes are also welcome. Send comments and suggestions to: The Editor, Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, Gale Group, 27500 Drake Rd., Farmington Hills, Ml 48331-3535; or feel free to call toll-free at 1-800877-GALE.

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CREDITS ABDUL, Paula 1962(?)Television Appearances; Specials: The Songwriters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary ... The Magic of Music, CBS, 1989. The Prince's Trust Gala, TBS, 1989. Mike Tyson—A Portrait of the People's Champion, syndicated, 1989. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1990. America's Dance Honors, ABC, 1990. First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1991. Coca-Cola Pop Music "Backstage Pass to Summer," Fox, 1991. (In archive footage) Everybody Dance Now, PBS, 1991. VH-1 to One: Paula Abdul (documentary), VH1, 1992. Fox/MTV Guide to Summer '92, Fox, 1992. America Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1992. Paula Abdul: Under My Spell, The Disney Channel, 1993. NBA All-Star Stay in School Jam, TNT and NBC, 1993. Bob Hope: The First 90 Years (also known as Bob Hope: A 90th Birthday Celebration), NBC, 1993. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. For Our Children: The Concert, The Disney Channel, 1993. American Bandstand's No. 1 Hits, NBC, 1994. Sinatra: 80 Years My Way, ABC, 1995. Citykids All Star Celebration, ABC, 1996. Host, The WO Greatest Dance Songs, VH1, 2000. Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America (documentary), HBO, 2000. Everybody Talk About... Pop Music!, MTV, 2001.

PERSONAL

Full name, Paula Julie Abdul; born June 19, 1962 (some sources cite 1963), in San Fernando, CA; daughter of Harry (a livestock dealer) and Lorraine (a classical pianist) Abdul; married Emilio Estevez (an actor), April, 1992 (divorced, 1994); married Brad Beckerman, October 24, 1996 (divorced, 1998). Education: Attended California State University, Northridge, c. 1981-82; studied dance with Joe Tramine and the Bella Lewitzky Company. Addresses: Contact—c/o Atlas Third Rail, 9169 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Singer, actress, and choreographer. Was a "Laker Girl" for the Los Angeles Lakers, 1980s; appeared in Diet Coke television commercials, 1989-90; and print advertisements for L.A. Gear and Reebok sneakers, 1990s; first tour as a musical performer, 1991; involved with Dance-Camps for Youth. Awards, Honors: Soul Train Award; American Video Arts Award, choreographer of the year, National Academy of Video Arts and Sciences, 1987; Emmy Award, outstanding achievement in choreography, 1989, for The Trace/ Ullman Show; American Music Awards, pop/rock female artist and dance music artist, both 1989; MTV Music Video Awards, female video and dance video, both 1989, for "Straight Up"; People's Choice Awards, favorite female musical performer, 1990 and 1991; American Music Award, pop/rock female artist, 1991; also won a Grammy Award, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

Television Appearances; Movies: Ellen Collier, Touched by Evil, ABC, 1997. Amy Fuentes, The Waiting Came (also known as Harlequin's The Waiting Game), Showtime, 1998. Denise Walton, Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story, NBC, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Series: Judge, American Idol: The Search for a Superstar, Fox, 2002—.

Also appeared as businesswoman, "The Cookie Thief," Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX. Television Choreographer; Movies: A Smokey Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1986.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 41st Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1989. The 31st Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1989. The 1989 MTV Video Music Awards, MTV, 1989. Presenter, The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1990. The 4th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, syndicated, 1990. The 4th Annual Hollywood Insider Academy Awards Special, USA Network, 1990. Presenter, The 32nd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1990. The 22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1990. Presenter, The American Music Awards, ABC, 1992. 1991 MTV Video Music Awards, MTV/syndicated, 1991. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1992. The 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1992. Presenter, The American Music Awards, ABC, 1995. 7995 NCLR Bravo Awards, Fox, 1995. Presenter, 9th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1996. The 23rd Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, The 25th Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1998. Presenter, The 26th Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1999.

Television Choreographer; Awards Presentations: The American Music Awards, ABC, 1990. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1990. Television Choreographer; Series: The Tracey Ullman Show, Fox, 1987. Film Appearances: Sheri, Junior High School, 1981. The Master of Disguise, Columbia, 2002. Film Choreographer: Private School, Universal, 1983. Dragnet, MCA/Universal, 1987. Can't Buy Me Love (also known as Boy Rents Girl), Buena Vista, 1987. The Running Man, TriStar, 1987. Big, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Bull Durham, Orion, 1988. Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. Action Jackson, Lorimar, 1988. She's Out of Control, Columbia, 1989. The Karate Kid Part III, Columbia, 1989. Dance to Win (also known as City Rhythms, Dance Academy, and War Dancing), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1989. The Doors, TriStar, 1991. Jerry Maguire, 1996. American Beauty, DreamWorks, 1999. Black Knight, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Skirts, MTV, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, America's Top 10, 1989. Herself, The Tracey Oilman Show, Fox, 1989. Herself, The Arsenio Hall Show, syndicated, 1989, 1991, 1992, and 1993. Herself, Muppets Tonight!, ABC, 1996. Herself, "Lowenstein's Lament/' Cybill, CBS, 1996. Herself, "Affair/ The Single Guy, NBC, 1996. Herself, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1998. Herself, "It Happened One Night/' Spin City, ABC, 1998. Herself, Donny & Marie, syndicated, 1999. Herself, "All That Live," All That, Nickelodeon, 1999. Sasha, "Dreamgirl," The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1999. Herself, "Aging, Not So Gracefully," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1999. Herself, The View, 2001. Herself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002.

Stage Choreographer: Reefer Madness, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 2001. RECORDINGS Albums: Forever Your Girl, Virgin, 1988. Shut Up and Dance, Virgin, 1990. Spellbound, CaptiveA/irgin, 1991. Head Over Heels, Captive/Virgin, 1995. Greatest Hits, 2000. Also contributed to Beverly Hills, 90210: The Soundtrack, Giant. Singles include "Straight Up," "Forever Your Girl," "Cold Hearted," "Opposites Attract, "Rush, Rush," and "The Promise of a New Day."

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Career: Producer, director, writer, actor, and composer. Also creator of film posters, including posters for /'// Do Anything, Columbia, 1994.

Videos: Paula Abdul: Straight Up, Atlantic, 1989. Captivated '92: The Video Collection, A Vision, 1991. Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You, Paramount, 1992. For Our Children, 1993. Get Up and Dance! (also known as Paula Abdul's Get Up and Dance!), Live Home Video, 1994. Dancer, Janet Jackson: Design of the Decade 79867 7996, 1996. Siberian Girl," Michael Jackson: History on Film— Volume II, 1997. (And executive producer) Paula Abdul: Cardio Dance, Anchor Bay, 1998.

CREDITS Film Work: Coproducer, Regarding Henry, Paramount, 1991. Executive producer, Forever Young, Warner Bros., 1992. Producer, The Pallbearer, Miramax, 1996. (As J. J. Abrams) The Suburbans, Ignite Entertainment/ Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1999. (As J. J. Abrams) Producer, Joy Ride (also known as Road Kill), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Music Videos: Appeared in MC Skat Kat's "Skat Strut"; choreographer for The Jacksons' "Torture," Janet Jackson's "What Have You Done for Me Lately" and "Nasty"; also choreographed music videos for ZZ Top, Duran Duran, and the Pointer Sisters.

Film Appearances: Delivery boy, Regarding Henry, Paramount, 1991. Doug, Six Degrees of Separation, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1993. Second video photographer, Diabolique, Warner Bros., 1996. (As J. J. Abrams) Rock journalist, The Suburbans, Ignite Entertainment/Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1999.

WRITINGS Songs: (With Kylie Minogue) Cowriter, "Spinning Around," 2000.

Television Work; Series; As J. J. Abrams: Creator and executive producer, Felicity, The WB, 1998—. Theme song performer, Felicity, The WB, 2000. Creator, executive producer, and title designer, Alias, ABC, 2001—.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Catalano, Grace, Paula Abdul: Forever Yours, Penguin (New York), 1990. Ford, M. Thomas, Paula Abdul: Straight Up, Dillon Press (New York), 1992. Zannos, Susan, Paula Abdul: A Real-Life Reader Biography, Mitchell Lane, 1999.

Television Director; Episodic; As J. J. Abrams: "Todd Mulcahy: Parts 1 & 2," Felicity, The WB, 1999. "Truth Be Told/' Alias, ABC, 2001. "Almost Thirty Years," Alias, ABC, 2002. WRITINGS

Periodicals: People Weekly, August 19, 2002.

Screenplays: Taking Care of Business (also known as Filofax), 1991. Regarding Henry, Paramount, 1991. Forever Young, Warner Bros., 1992. Gone Fishin', Buena Vista, 1997. (As J. J. Abrams) Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998. (As J. J. Abrams) Joy Ride (also known as Road Kill), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

ABRAMS, Jeffrey 1966(). ]. Abrams) PERSONAL Born 1966 in New York, NY; son of Gerald W. Adams (a producer); married; children: two. Education: Attended Sarah Lawrence College.

Film Music: Composer, Nightbeast, 1983.

Addresses: Agent—Endeavor, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Series; As J. J. Abrams: (And theme song) Felicity, The WB, 1998-2001. Theme song, Alias, ABC, 2001—. 3

ADELMAN

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Television Episodes; As J. J. Abrams: 'Truth Be Told," Alias, ABC, 2001. "So It Begins," Alias, ABC, 2001. (With Vanessa Taylor) "Spirit," Alias, ABC, 2001. (With Daniel Arkin) "The Confession," Alias, ABC, 2002. "Page 47," Alias, ABC, 2002. "Almost Thirty Years," Alias, ABC, 2002.

ACKERMAN,Chantal See AKERMAN,Chantal

ADELMAN, Barry PERSONAL Addresses: Office—Dick Clark Productions, 3003 West Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505. Career: Producer and writer. Dick Clark Productions, Burbank, CA, senior vice president for creative affairs. CREDITS Television Producer; Specials: (With others) Whatta Year... 1986, ABC, 1986. (With others) Uncensored Channels: TV around the World with George Plimpton, HBO, 1986. (With others) The ABC Fall Preview Special, ABC, 1986. Superstars and Their Moms, ABC, 1987. (With others) Superstars and Their Moms, ABC, 1988. (With others) Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (three specials), NBC, 1988. (With others) Friday Night Surprise!, NBC, 1988. America Picks the AH-Time Favorite Movies, ABC, 1988. (With others) Superstars and Their Moms, TBS, 1989. Freedom Festival '89, CBS, 1989. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (four specials), NBC, 1990. The Greatest Practical Jokes of All Time, NBC, 1990. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (two specials), NBC, 1991. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (three specials), NBC, 1992. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1992. A Sea World/Busch Gardens Summer Celebration, CBS, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers 2, NBC, 1993. The Olsen Twins Mother's Day Special, ABC, 1993.

Television Executive Producer; Specials: (With others) Golden Globe Arrivals Special, NBC, 2000. (With others) Battle of the Child Geniuses: Who Is the Smartest Kid in America?, Fox, 2000. (With others) Challenge of the Child Geniuses: Who Is the Smartest Kid in America II, Fox, 2000. 2002 Golden Globes Arrival Show, NBC, 2002. Television Writing Supervisor; Specials: Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1989. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (two specials), NBC, 1990. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (two specials), NBC, 1991. 4

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Television Work; Pilots: Producer, The Hee Haw Honeys, syndicated, 1978. Executive producer and writing supervisor, Do It Yourself TV, NBC, 1990. Producer and supervising producer, Anything for Laughs, ABC, 1990.

Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (four specials), NBC, 1992. American Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1992. Television Producer; Awards Presentations: (With others) Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1988. Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1989. (With others) Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1990. (With others) The 11th Annual ACE Awards, syndicated, 1990. Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1991. The 12th Annual ACE Awards, syndicated, 1991. Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1992. The 13th Annual ACE Awards, TNT, 1992. The Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1993. The 14th Annual CableACE Awards, Lifetime, 1993. The Tenth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1994. The 11th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1995. The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996. The 13th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1997. The 14th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1998. The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1999. The 15th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1999. The 35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2000. The 16th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 2000. Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards, Lifetime, 2001. The 36th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2001. The 37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2002.

WRITINGS Television Specials: Shields and Yarnell, CBS, 1977. The Funny World of Fred & Bunni, CBS, 1978. Whatta Year... 1986, ABC, 1986. The ABC Fall Preview Special, ABC, 1986. Superstars and Their Moms, ABC, 1987. Supermodels of the World, syndicated, 1987. Superstars and Their Moms, ABC, 1988. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (two specials), NBC, 1988. The Hee Haw 20th Anniversary Show, syndicated, 1988. Friday Night Surprise!, NBC, 1988. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '89, ABC, 1988. America Picks the All-Time Favorite Movies, ABC, 1988. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1989. Friday Night Surprise!, NBC, 1989. Freedom Festival '89, CBS, 1989. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '90, ABC, 1989. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (two specials), NBC, 1990. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '91, ABC, 1990. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '92, ABC, 1991. 7aco Bell Presents the USA Music Challenge, ABC, 1992. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '93, ABC, 1992. laco Bell Presents: Battle of the Bands '93, ABC, 1993. A Sea World/Busch Gardens Summer Celebration, CBS, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers 2, NBC, 1993. The Olsen Twins Mother's Day Special, ABC, 1993. How I Spent My Summer Vacation, ABC, 1993. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '94, ABC, 1993. Will You Marry Me?, ABC, 1994. Will You Marry Me? II, ABC, 1994. Hot Country Jam '94, NBC, 1994. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '95, ABC, 1994. Christmas at Home with the Stars, ABC, 1994. A Busch Gardens/Sea World Summer Celebration, CBS, 1994. American Bandstand's Teen Idols, NBC, 1994. American Bandstand's No. 1 Hits, NBC, 1994. All-New Return of TV Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1994. Will You Marry Me? Ill, ABC, 1995. Sea World/Busch Gardens Party for the Planet, CBS, 1995. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '96, ABC, 1995.

Television Executive Producer; Awards Presentations: The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2000. The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2001. The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2002. Television Producer; Series: The Hee Haw Honeys, syndicated, 1978. People Are Funny, NBC, 1984. Our Time, NBC, 1985. Keep On Cruisin', CBS, 1987. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1991. Hot Country Nights, NBC, 1991. TV Censored Bloopers '98, NBC, 1998. Television Executive Producer; Series: (With others) Prime Time Country, The Nashville Network, 1996. (With others) Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 1997. (With others) Greed: The Series, Fox, 1999. The Chamber, Fox, 2002. 5

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All-Star Ultra TV Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1995. All-New All-Star TV Censored Bloopers—Unplugged!, NBC, 1995. We're Having a Baby!, ABC, 1996. Sea World/Busch Gardens Party for the Planet, CBS,

The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. The 1996 Emmy Awards, ABC, 1996. The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996. (With others) The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1996. The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1997. The 24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1997. The 13th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1997. The 55th Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1998. The 25th Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1998. The 14th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1998. The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1999. The 26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1999. The 15th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1999. The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2000. The 35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2000. The 2nd Annual Family Television Awards, CBS, 2000. The 16th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 2000. Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards, Lifetime, 2001. The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2001. The 3rd Annual Family Television Awards, CBS, 2001. The 36th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2001. The 28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2001. The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2002.

1996. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, ABC, 1996. All-Star TV Censored Mega Bloopers, NBC, 1996. All-Star TV Censored Bloopers—Fat Free!, NBC, 1996. All-New All-Star TV Censored Blooper-palooza, NBC,

1996. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '98, ABC, 1997. All-Star TV Censored Tickle Me Bloopers, NBC, 1997. All-Star TV Censored Show Me the Bloopers, NBC, 1997. All-New All-Star TV Censored When Bloopers Attack!, NBC, 1997. Will You Marry Me? IV, ABC, 1998. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '99, ABC, 1998. An All-Star Party for Aaron Spelling, ABC, 1998. More Bloopers, ABC, 1999. Garth Brooks and the Magic of Christmas, NBC, 1999. Bloopers, ABC, 1999. Dick Clark's Primetime New Year Rockin' Eve, ABC, 2000. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2001, ABC, 2000. All-Star Bloopers, ABC, 2000. 25 Years of No. 1 Hits: Arista Records' Anniversary Celebration (also known as Arista Records' 25th Anniversary Celebration), NBC, 2000. Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve 2002, ABC, 2001. Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2002, ABC, 2001. Classic TV Bloopers, ABC, 2001. All-New Bloopers No. 4, ABC, 2001. Bloopers 5, ABC, 2001. More Classic Bloopers, ABC, 2002.

Television Series: TV Censored Bloopers '98, NBC, 1998. Writer for the series Hot Country Nights, NBC; The John Davidson Show, NBC; Keep On Cruisin', CBS; The Nashville Palace, NBC; Our Time, NBC, 1985; People Are Funny, NBC; and TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes, NBC.

Television Awards Presentations: Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1988. Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1989. Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1990. The 11th Annual ACE Awards, syndicated, 1990. The 18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1991. The 12th Annual ACE Awards, syndicated, 1991. Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1992. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1992. The 19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1992. The 13th Annual ACE Awards, TNT, 1992. The Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1993. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker, ABC, 1993. The 14th Annual CableACE Awards, Lifetime, 1993. The Tenth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC,

Television Pilots: The Hee Haw Honeys, syndicated, 1978. The Grady Nutt Show, NBC, 1981. All Night Radio, HBO, 1982. Television Episodes: (With Ann Elder) Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 1998.

AKERMAN, Chantal 1950(Chantal Ackerman) PERSONAL

1994. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1994. The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1995. The 11th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1995. Family Film Awards, CBS, 1996.

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AKERMAN Mallet-Stevens, 1986. Letters Home, 1986. La paresse (also known as Sloth and Portrait d'une paresseuse), 1986. "Sloth," Seven Women, Seven Sins, ASA Communications, 1987. Histoires d'Amerique (also known as American Stories, Food, Family and Philosophy and Food, Family, and Philosophy), Paradise Films/The French Ministry of Culture/The Belgian Ministry of French Culture, 1988. Trois strophes sur le nom de Sacher (also known as Three Stanzas on the Name Sacher), 1989. Le trois dernieres senates de Franz Schubert (short film; also known as Franz Schubert's Last Three Sonatas), 1989. Night and Day (also known as Nuit et jour), International Film Circuit, 1991. (With others) Centre I'oubli (also known as Against Oblivion, Lest We Forget, and Ecrire contre roubli), Les Films du Paradoxe/Amnesty International, 1992. D'est (also known as From the East), Paradise Films/ Lieurac Productions, 1993. A Couch in New York (also know as Ein Couch in New York and Un divan a New York), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Chantal Akerman by Chantal Akerman (documentary), 1996. Sud (documentary; also known as South), Paradise Films, 1999. La captive (also known as The Captive), Artificial Eye, 2000. (And cinematographer) De I'autre cote (documentary; also known as From the Other Side), AMIP/Arte France Cinema, 2001.

sion (film school), Brussels, Belgium, 1967-68; attended Universite International du Theatre, Paris, 1968-69. Addresses: Contact—c/o Paradise Films, 29 rue de la Sablonniere, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium. Career: Director, writer, producer, and actress. Presenter of video exhibitions in Paris, 1996, and New York City, 1998. Harvard University, lecturer, 1997. Worked as photograph enlarger, cashier, and office worker. Awards, Honors: Award for best director, Paris Film Festival, 1978, for Les rendez-vous d'Anna; nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival, 1989, for Histoires d'Amerique; shared special mention in FIPRESCI Awards, Torino International Festival of Young Cinema, 1994, for "Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des annees 60 a Bruxelles," Tous les garcons et les filles de leur age...; nomination for Crystal Globe, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 1996, for A Couch in New York. CREDITS Film Director: Saute ma ville (short film; also known as Blow Up My Town), World Artists, 1968. L'enfant a/me ou je joue a etre une femme mariee (also known as The Beloved Child, or I Play at Being a Married Woman), 1971. Hotel Monterey, World Artists, 1972.. La chambre, World Artists, 1972. (With others) Le 15/18, 1973. Hanging Out—Yonkers, 1974. Je, tu, il, elle (also known as I, You, She, He), World Artists, 1974. Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai de Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, Paradise Films, 1975. News from Home, World Artists, 1976. Les rendez-vous d'Anna (also known as The Meetings of Anna and De Afspraken van Anna), World Artists, 1979. Toute une nuit (also known as All Night Long), World Artists, 1982. Les annees 80 (also known as The Eighties), World Artists, 1983. Pina Bausch, Institut National de la Communication, 1983. Tai faim, j'ai froid," Paris vu par ... vingt ans apres (also known as Paris Seen By ... 20 Years After), 1984. New York, New York bis (short film), 1984. Window Shopping (also known as The Eighties and Golden Eighties), World Artists, 1986. Le marteau (short film; also known as The Hammer), 1986.

Film Producer: Je, tu, il, elle (also known as /, You, She, He), World Artists, 1974. A Couch in New York (also know as Ein Couch in New York and Un divan a New York), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Chantal Akerman by Chantal Akerman (documentary), 1996. Film Work; Other: Supervising producer and director, Fifty Fifty, 1998. (As Chantal Ackerman) Supervising producer, No Vladimir, 2000. Film Appearances: Saute ma ville (short film; also known as Blow Up My Town), World Artists, 1968. Le 15/8, 1973. Julie, Je, tu, il, elle (also known as I, You, She, He), World Artists, 1974. 7

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"J'ai faim, j'ai froid," Paris vu par ... vingt ans apres (also known as Paris Seen By ... 20 Years After), 1984. (And composer and lyricist) Window Shopping (also known as The Eighties and Golden Eighties), World Artists, 1986. "Sloth," Seven Women, Seven Sins, ASA Communications, 1987. Histoires d'Amerique (also known as American Stories, Food, Family and Philosophy and Food, Family, and Philosophy), Paradise Films/The French Ministry of Culture/The Belgian Ministry of French Culture, 1988. Night and Day (also known as Nuit et jour), International Film Circuit, 1991. D'est (also known as From the East), Paradise Films/ Lieurac Productions, 1993. A Couch in New York (also know as Ein Couch in New York and Un divan a New York), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Chantal Akerman by Chantal Akerman (documentary), 1996. Sud (documentary; also known as South), Paradise Films, 1999. La captive (also known as The Captive), Artificial Eye, 2000. De I'autre cote (documentary; also known as From the Other Side), AMIP/Arte France Cinema, 2001.

Television Director; Episodic: "Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des annees 60 a Bruxelles" (also known as "Portrait of a Young Girl at the End of the 1960s in Brussels"), Tous les garcons et les fit les de leur age..., 1994. Television Director; Other: Dis-moi (movie; also known as Tell Me), 1980. Un jour Pina m'a demande (also known as One Day Pina Asked Me and On Tour with Pina Bausch), 1983. L'homme a la valise (also known as The Man with the Suitcase), 1984. Lettre d'un cineaste (also known as Letter from a Filmmaker), 1984. J'ai faim, j'ai froid(a\so known as I'm Hungry, I'm Cold), 1984. Family Business: Chantal Akerman Speaks about Film, 1984. Le demenagement (also known as Moving In), 1992.

Television Episodes: "Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des annees 60 a Bruxelles" (also known as "Portrait of a Young Girl at the End of the 1960s in Brussels"), Tous les garcons et les filles de leur age..., 1994.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Conversations in World Cinema, Sundance Channel, 2000. Television Appearances; Other: Woman returning, L'homme a la valise (also known as The Man with the Suitcase), 1984. Les ministeres de I'art, 1988.

Television Writings; Other: Dis-moi (movie; also known as Tell Me), 1980. Un jour Pina m'a demande (also known as One Day Pina Asked Me and On Tour with Pina Bausch), 1983. L'homme a la valise (also known as The Man with the Suitcase), 1984.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Hotel Monterey, World Artists, 1972.. La chambre, World Artists, 1972. Le 15/8, 1973. Je, tu, il, elles (also known as /, You, She, He), World Artists, 1974. (With Marilyne Watelet) Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai de Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, Paradise Films, 1975. News from Home, World Artists, 1976. Les rendez-vous d'Anna (also known as The Meetings of Anna and De Afspraken van Anna), World Artists, 1979. Toute une nuit (also known as All Night Long), World Artists, 1982. (With Jean Gruault; and lyricist) Les annees 80 (also known as The Eighties), World Artists, 1983.

Other: Contributor to Bordering on Fiction: Chantal Akerman's D'est, Art Publishers, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Books: Bordering on Fiction: Chantal Akerman's D'est, Art Publishers, 1995. Margulies, Ivone, Nothing Happens: Chantal Akerman's Hyperrealist Everyday, [Durham, NC], 1996. Women Filmmakers and Their Films, St. James Press, 1998. 8

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ALEXANDER Theressa Stone, "Citizen Wayne/' A Different World, NBC, 1989. The Edge, Fox, 1992. Partners, 1995. Terry, "Soul Sacrifice/' La Femme Nikita, USA Network, 1998. Catherine, "Bill Moves On," NewsRadio (also known as The Station), NBC, 1998. Sonya, "What's Up Chuck?," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1999. Karen, "The Awful Truth," Cosby, CBS, 1999. Beverly Saunders, "History," Third Watch, NBC, 2000. Sergeant Karen Smythe, "Paranoia," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC and USA Network, 2001.

Periodicals: Artforum International, January, 1996, p. 92; November, 1998, p. 113. Art in America, December, 1998, p. 90. Feminist Review, 1979. Film Comment, November-December, 1993. Filmmaker, spring, 2001, p. 38. Monthly Film Bulletin, April, 1984March, 1990. Nat/on, April 14, 1997, p. 35. Postmodern Culture, September, 1995. Premiere, July, 1994.

ALEXANDER, Khandi 1957Television Appearances; Movies: Rosalie, Shameful Secrets (also known as Going Underground), ABC, 1993. Harriet, To My Daughter with Love, NBC, 1994. Dr. Deborah Levy, Terminal (also known as Robin Cook's Terminal), NBC, 1996.

PERSONAL Born September 4, 1957, in New York, NY; daughter of Henry (a construction company owner) and Alverina (an opera and jazz singer) Alexander. Education: Attended Queensborough Community College.

Television Appearances; Specials: FTV (special), syndicated, 1985. The 32nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Rigberg/Roberts/ Rugolo Co., 1180 South Beverly Dr., Suite 608, Los Angeles, CA90035.

Television Appearances; Other: Denise Francine "Fran" Boyd, The Corner (miniseries), HBO, 2000. Alexx Woods, C.S.I.: Miami (pilot), CBS, 2002.

Career: Actress, dancer, and choreographer. Choreographer for entertainer Whitney Houston, 1989-92.

Television Work; Specials: Choreographer, Whitney Houston: This Is My Life, ABC, 1992.

Awards, Honors: Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1998, for NewsRadio; Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a television movie, miniseries, or dramatic special, 2001, for The Corner; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, 2002, for "Paranoia/' Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Film Appearances: Star, Streetwalkin' (also known as City Streets and Cookie), Concorde, 1984. Dancer, A Chorus Line, Columbia, 1985. Hooker in jail, Maid to Order, New Century, 1987. Darlene, What's Love Got to Do with It, Buena Vista, 1993. Maralena, Army of One (also known as Joshua Tree), Live Home Video, 1993. Sissy, CB4 (also known as Cell Block Four), Universal, 1993. Ella Skuggs, Harlem (also known as Sugar Hill), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Karen Lawson, Menace II Society, New Line Cinema, 1993. Simone, Poetic Justice, Columbia, 1993. Laura, Greedy, Universal, 1994. Janelle, House Party 3, New Line Cinema, 1994. Diana Campbell, No Easy Way, PGFW, 1996. Joanie, There's Something about Mary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Janet, Thick As Thieves, October Films, 1999.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Catherine Duke, NewsRadio (also known as The Station), NBC, 1995-1997. Jackie Benton, a recurring role, ER, NBC, between 1995 and 2001. Voices of Lakesha and nurse, Spawn (also known as Todd McFarlane's Spawn), HBO; and voice of Yolanda, X-Chromosome. Television Appearances; Episodic: Duet, Fox, 1988.

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Icarus, Fool Proof, 2002. Detective Middlestat, Emmett's Mark, Emmett's Mark Productions, 2002. Stage Appearances: Susie, Period of Adjustment, High Point Productions, Perry Street Theatre, 1980-1981. Charlene, Dreamgirls, Imperial Theatre, between 1981 and 1984.

Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Film Institute (member of board of trustees).

Major Tours: Velma Kelley, Chicago, 1998.

Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1979, and Drama Desk Award, 1980, both outstanding featured actress in a musical, for West Side Story; Emmy Award nomination, best actress in a drama series, 1982, 1983, 1984, and 1985, named Discovery of the Year, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1982, Golden Globe Award, best actress in a comedy or musical television series, 1983, and Golden Globe Award nominations, best performance by an actress in a comedy or musical television series, 1984 and 1985, all for Fame; Emmy awards, best choreography for a single episode of a regular series, 1982, for "Come One, Come All," 1983, for "Class Act," and 1985, for "The Rivalry," all episodes of Fame; Emmy Award nomination, best individual performance in a variety or music program, 1984, for Live ... and in Person; Emmy Award nomination, best choreography for a special, 1984, for Fame Takes a Look at Music '83; Emmy Award nomination (with Earl Brown), best music and lyrics for a special, 1985, for Motown Returns to the Apollo; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a musical, 1986, for Sweet Charity; Emmy Award nomination, best individual performance in a variety or music program, 1986, for An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.; Emmy Award nomination, best directing in a variety or music program, and best choreography in a variety or music program, both 1989, for The Debbie Allen Special; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in choreography, 1990, for "Polly," The Magical World of Disney; Emmy Award, outstanding achievement in choreography, 1991, for Motown 30: What's Coin' On!; Essence awards, 1992 and 1995; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding individual achievement in choreography, 1992, for The 64th Annual Academy Awards, 1993, for The 65th Annual Academy Awards, and 1995, for The 67th Annual Academy Awards; Golden Satellite Award nomination (with Steven Spielberg and Colin Wilson), best motion picture drama, Kodak Vision Award and Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award nomination, both Golden Laurel awards, Producers Guild of America, all 1998, for Amistad; Career Achievement Award, Acapulco Black Film Festival, 1998; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding choreography, 1999, for The 71st Annual Academy Awards; Helen Hayes Award, outstanding choreography, 1 999, for Brothers of the Knight;

Also appeared in Dancin', international cities. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, July 1, 1996, p. 106.

ALLEN, Debbie 1950(Debra Allen) PERSONAL Full name, Deborrah Kaye Allen; born January 16, 1950, in Houston, TX; daughter of Arthur (a dentist) and Vivian (an artist, poet, playwright, and publisher; maiden name, Ayers) Allen; sister of Phylicia Rashad (an actress) and Andrew Arthur 'Tex" Allen (a jazz musician); married Winfred "Win" Wilford (a recording executive), December, 1975 (divorced, 1983); married Norman Ellard Nixon (a professional basketball player), 1984; children: (second marriage) Vivian Nichole, Norman Ellard, Jr. Education: Howard University, B.A. (cum laude), Greek classics and dance, 1971. Avocational Interests: Collecting art. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— Ame van Iden, Wolf/Kasteler Public Relations, 335 North Maple Dr., Suite 351, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress, dancer, singer, choreographer, producer, director, and writer. D.A.D. (production company), operator, with sister Phylicia; Debbie Allen Dance Institute, founder; Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Los Angeles, founder, 2001. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, artist in residence, c. 1994—; Duke Ellington School of Performing Arts, Washington, DC, head of dance department. Appeared in commercials for Copa hair

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ALLEN Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1984. Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1985. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Dancing in the Wings, syndicated, 1985. Liberty Weekend, ABC, 1986. Texas 750: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. Las Vegas: An All Star 75th Anniversary, ABC, 1987. Emmanuel Lewis: My Very Own Show, ABC, 1987. Happy Birthday Hollywood, ABC, 1987. Superstars and Their Moms, ABC, 1987. Our Kids and the Best of Everything, ABC, 1987. Celebrating a Jazz Master: Thelonious Sphere Monk, PBS, 1987. The Debbie Allen Special, ABC, 1989. All-Star Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBC, 1989. Judge, The 1989 Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1989. Sammy Davis Jr/s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. Motown 30: What's Coin' On!, CBS, 1990. Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade, TBS, 1990. Host, "Spike and Co.: Do It A Capella" (also known as "A Capella Do-Wop"), Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Welcome Home, America!—A USO Salute to America's Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Gladys Knight's Holiday Family Reunion Concert, syndicated, 1991. Host, Story of a People: Expressions in Black, syndicated, 1991. Host, Funny Women of Television: A Museum of Television and Radio Tribute, NBC, 1991. Back to School '92 (also known as Education First!), CBS, 1992. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic, ABC, 1994. 50 Years of Funny Females, ABC, 1995. The Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special, CBS, 1995. Nissan Presents a Celebration of America's Music, ABC, 1996. Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony, ABC, 1996. Intimate Portrait: Debbie Allen, Lifetime, 1997. One Day, The Disney Channel, 1998. Nissan Presents: The 2nd Annual Celebration of America's Music, ABC, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Patti LaBelle, Lifetime, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Phylicia Rashad, Lifetime, 1998. An African American Salute to the Academy Awards, syndicated, 1998. Host, International DanceSport Championship, NBC, 1998.

Daytime Emmy Award nomination, outstanding special-class directing, 2001, for Cool Women; Lena Home Award for Career Achievement, Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards; Responsibility in Television Award, Los Angeles Film Teachers Association, for A Different World; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame; honorary doctorates from Howard University and North Carolina School of the Arts. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: The Jim Stafford Show, ABC, 1975. Host, Three Girls Three (also known as 3 Girls 3), NBC, 1977. Lydia Grant, Fame, NBC, 1982-1983 syndicated, 1983-1987. Host, Friday Night Videos, NBC, 1989. Jackie Warren, In the House, NBC, then UPN, 1995-1996. Voice, C Bear and Jamal (animated), 1996. Also voice for the series Drawing Power. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Nan Branch Haley, Roofs: The Next Generations, ABC, 1979. Regina Brown, Celebrity (also known as Tommy Thompson's Celebrity), NBC, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Julie Sutton, The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened, CBS, 1977. Claire "Ebony" Bryant, Ebony, Ivory, and Jade, CBS, 1979. Alice at the Palace, 1981. Carol Freeman, Women of San Quentin, NBC, 1983. Estelle, Stompin' at the Savoy, CBS, 1992. Deloris Jordan, Michael Jordan: An American Hero (also known as American Hero: The Michael Jordan Story), Fox, 1999. Also appeared in the movie Midnight Special. Television Appearances; Specials: Ben Vereen—His Roots, ABC, 1978. Loretta Lynn in the Big Apple, NBC, 1982. Host, Battle of the Network Stars XII, ABC, 1982. Texaco Star Theatre: Opening Night, NBC, 1982. Host, Battle of the Network Stars XIII, ABC, 1982. Parade of Stars, ABC, 1983. John Schneider's Christmas Holiday, CBS, 1983. Live ... and in Person, NBC, 1983. Fame Takes a Look at Music '83, syndicated, 1983. The Kids from Fame, NBC, 1983.

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Host, An Evening of the Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefitting The United Negro College Fund, syndicated and Black Entertainment Television, 1998. Stars over Mississippi, with Prince Edward, PBS, 1999. The Nicholas Brothers: Flying High, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Intimate Portrait: Josephine Baker, Lifetime, 1999. Host, An Evening of the Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefitting The United Negro College Fund, syndicated, 1999. Bob Fosse: The E! True Hollywood Story, El Entertainment Television, 1999. An American Celebration at Ford's Theatre, ABC, 1999. Cohost, An Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, syndicated, 2000. It's Black Entertainment, Showtime, 2000. Intimate Portrait: Harriet Tubman, Lifetime, 2000. Judge, The 49th Annual Miss Universe Pageant, CBS, 2000. Cohost, An Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, syndicated, 2001. What Is a Producer?, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Mariah Carey: The E! True Hollywood Story, El Entertainment Television, 2001. Just Cause, Oxygen Network, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Jasmine Guy, Lifetime, 2001. Inside TV Land: African Americans in Television, TV Land, 2002. Cohost, An Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefitting the United Negro College Fund, syndicated, 2002. The 1st 13th Annual Cartoon Network Fancy Anvil Award Show Program Special... Live! ... in Stereo, Cartoon Network, 2002.

She TV, 1994. Voice of insect, "Thumbelina," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. Voice, "Beauty and the Beast," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales of Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. Valerie Dixon, "Sins of the Father," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1996. Debra, "Dating Games," Cosby, CBS, 1997. Instant Comedy with the Groundlings, FX, 1997. Quilly McGrath (Queen Esther), "The Old Settler," PBS Hollywood Presents, PBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 34th Annual Tony Awards, 1980. The 40th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1986. Host, The 19th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1987. The 15th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1989. Host, The 16th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, syndicated, 1989. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1990. The 22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1990. The Essence Awards, CBS, 1992. Host, Soul Train Comedy Awards, syndicated, 1993. The 26th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1994. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1994. Presenter, The Newsweek American Achievement Awards, CBS, 1995. Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, syndicated, 1995. Family Film Awards, CBS, 1995. The 1996 World Music Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, The Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1997. Presenter, The 28th Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1997. Host, The 1999 Trumpet Awards, TBS, 2000. Presenter, Lifetime Presents Disney's American Teacher Awards, Lifetime, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Diana Buchanan, "J. J/s Fiancee: Parts 1 & 2," Good Times, CBS, 1976. Selena Moore, 'The Decision/Poor Little Rich Girl/Love Me, Love My Dog/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. 'The Decision/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, 1979. "Alice at the Palace," Project Peacock, NBC, 1982. "The Captain and the Kid/The Dean and the Flunkee/ Poor Rich Man/Isaac's Aegean Affair," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Emma, "If the Dress Fits, Wear It," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1988. AtRona's, NBC, 1989. Joanna Chapman, "Private Dancer—October 6, 1979," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. Dr. Langhorne, "Ex-Communication," A Different World, NBC, 1991. "Honeymoon in L.A.: Part 1," A Different World, NBC, 1991. Dr. Langhorne, "Twelve Steps of Christmas," A Different World, NBC, 1991. "The Telethon," The Sinbad Show, 1994.

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ALLEN Television Work; Specials; Other: Director, The Debbie Allen Special, ABC, 1989. Director, "Sinbad Live from the Paramount—Afros and Bellbottoms," HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1993, expanded version released on video as Afros & Bellbottoms. Artistic consultant, Nissan Presents a Celebration of America's Music, ABC, 1996. Consulting producer, Ce/ebrafe the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony, ABC, 1996. Executive producer and director, One Day, The Disney Channel, 1998. Artistic consultant, Nissan Presents: The 2nd Annual Celebration of America's Music, ABC, 1998. Executive producer, Ship of Slaves: The Middle Passage, History Channel, 1999.

Executive producer, Sunday in Paris (also known as Fresher Pastures), NBC, 1991. Director and executive producer, The Boys, ABC, 1992. Television Work; Movies:

Director and choreographer, 'Tolly/' The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989. Director and choreographer, Polly Comin' Home! (also known as Polly—One More Time!), NBC, 1990. Director and assistant choreographer, Stompin' at the Savoy, CBS, 1992. Television Director; Episodic: A Different World, NBC, between 1988 and 1993. (And choreographer) "Private Dancer—October 6, 1979," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1997. Between Brothers, Fox, 1997. Line's, Showtime, 1998. (And executive producer) 'The Old Settler," PBS Hollywood Presents, PBS, 2001.

Television Work; Other: Executive producer and director, Cool Women, Romance Classics and Women's Entertainment, 2000. Film Appearances: (As Debra Allen) Ola, The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh, United Artists, 1979. Lydia Grant, Fame, United Artists, 1980. Sarah, Ragtime, Paramount, 1981. Voices, The Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation (animated), Columbia, 1985. Michelle, Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling, Columbia, 1986. Yvonne, Blank Check (also known as Blank Cheque), Buena Vista, 1994. Betty, Mona Must Die (also known as Ein Fast perfektes Verhaeltnis), 1994. Manicurist, Out-of-Sync, Live Entertainment, 1995. Librarian, Everything's Jake, Blackjack Entertainment/ Boz Productions, 1999. Narrator, Living Positive (documentary), 1999. Ruth, All about You, Faith Filmworks, 2001. Bertha Lee Gilmore, The Painting, 2002.

Also directed episodes of The Bronx Zoo, NBC; Fame, NBC and syndicated; and Family Ties, NBC. Television Choreographer; Episodic: "Come One, Come All," Fame, NBC, c. 1982. "Class Act," Fame, NBC, c. 1983. "The Rivalry," Fame, syndicated, c. 1985. Television Choreographer; Specials: The Debbie Allen Special, ABC, 1989. "African American Odyssey," Motown 30: What's Coin' On!, CBS, 1990. Sammy Davis Jr/s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. The 65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1993. The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1994. The 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1995. Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, 1995. The Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special, CBS, 1995. 50 Years of Funny Females, ABC, 1995. The 71st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1999. An American Celebration at Ford's Theatre, ABC, 1999. The 73rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2001.

Film Work: Song performer, 'The Fight Song/' The Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation (animated), Columbia, 1985. Director, Out-of-Sync, Live Entertainment, 1995. Choreographer, Forget Paris, Columbia, 1995. Producer (with Steven Spielberg and Colin Wilson), Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997. Executive producer, The Painting, 2002. Stage Appearances: Anna Lucasta, New York City, 1972. Firefly, Ti-Jean and His Brothers, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1972. Purlie, Billy Rose Theatre, New York City, 1972. Raisin, Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York City, 1973. 13

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Ain't Misbehaving Longacre Theatre, then Plymouth Theatre, both New York City, 1978. The Illusion, Dallas Theatre Center, Dallas, TX, 1979. Holiday, Dallas Theatre Center, 1979. Anita, West Side Story, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1980. Daisy, Louis, New Federal Theatre, New York City, 1981. The Song Is Kern!, Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota, FL, 1981. Josephine Baker, Parade of Stars Playing the Palace, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1983. The Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Title role, Sweet Charity, Minskoff Theatre, 1986. Waitin' in the Wings, Triplex Theatre, New York City, 1986. Harriet Tubman, Harriet's Return, Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1998. Brothers of the Knight (musical), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1998.

The Debbie Allen Special, ABC, 1989. (With Norm Nixon) Song, "Stand Up/' Tolly" (movie), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989. For Stage: Soul Possessed (musical), Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, 2000. Film Music: Songs, "Timuyandya," "The Ladder Is Broken," "Ya Weh," "Let's Stand Together," and "Today We Face the Wall," Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997. Children's Books: Brothers of the Knight, illustrated by Kadir Nelson, Dial (New York City), 1999. Dancing in the Wings, illustrated by Nelson, Dial, 2000. OTHER SOURCES

Appeared as Adelaide, Guys and Dolls, Broadway production.

Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 13, Gale, 1996. Newsmakers: The People behind Today's Headlines, Issue 2, Gale, 1998. Walz, Barbra, and Jill Barber, Starring Mothers, Dolphin/Doubleday (New York City), 1987.

Major Tours: Title role, Sweet Charity, U.S. cities, 1985. Stage Work: Choreographer, Carrie, Virginia Theatre, New York City, 1988. Director, Pepito's Story (ballet), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1995. Producer and choreographer, Brothers of the Knight (musical), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1998. Director and choreographer, Soul Possessed (musical), Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, 2000.

Periodicals: Dance, April, 2001, p. 33. Ebony, December, 1997, pp. 54-58; March, 1998, p. 140. Entertainment Weekly, October 13, 1995, p. 85. Jet, April 24, 1995, p. 56; December 22, 1997, pp. 58-63. Life, December, 1997, pp. 44-46. NEA Today, January, 1998, p. 42. People Weekly, September 15, 1997, p. 55; December 22, 1997, p. 22; October 22, 2001, p. 103.

Also affiliated with a production of Carmen Jones, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2002. RECORDINGS Albums: Special Look, MCA Special Products, 1989. (Contributor) All Is Well, Al Hobbs, Light, 1992. (Contributor) Songs of Faith, Vol. 2, Saint Augustine Choir, GIA, 1993. (Contributor) Songs of Faith, Vol. 1, Saint Augustine Choir, GIA, 1995.

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ried, 1966 (divorced); married David Ashrow (a dentist and actor), October, 1976; children: (first marriage) Richard Powell, Jr. (a location manager), Pamela Allyson Powell (in public service). Avocational Interests: Swimming. Addresses: Contact—c/o P.O. Box 666, Ojai, CA 93024. Career: Actress, singer, and dancer. Nightclub performer. Appeared in commercials; spokesperson for Kimberly-Clark products. Performer in "An Evening with Cole Porter," the White House, Washington, DC, 1987; member of President's Council on Aging, 1988; June Allyson Foundation, founder, 1997. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actress in a musical or comedy, 1952, for Too Young to Kiss; Photoplay Award, most popular female star, 1954; Special Jury Prize (with others), Venice International Film Festival, best ensemble performance, 1954, for Executive Suite; named one of the top ten box office stars, Motion Picture Herald, 1955; distinguished service award, Cannes International Film Festival, 1985; Harvey Award, James M. Stewart Museum Foundation, 1996; received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. CREDITS Film Appearances: Harriet, Dime a Dance (also known as Happyland), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Wilma Brown, Dates and Nuts, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Hal LeRoy's Ups & Downs, Vitaphone, 1937. Pixilated, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Swing for Sale, 1937. June, The Knight Is Young, Vitaphone, 1938. Princess, The Prisoner of Swing, Warner Bros., 1938. Not Now, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938. Sing for Sweetie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938. Mayor, All Girl Revue, Warner Bros., 1939. Cameo role, Thousands Cheer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1943. Minerva, Best Foot Forward, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1943. Performer of specialty solo, Girl Crazy (also known as When the Girls Meet the Boys), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1943. Annie, Meet the People, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Barbara Ainsworth, Music for Millions, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Patsy Deyo, Two Girls and a Sailor, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1944. Leslie Odell, Her Highness and the Bellboy, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1945. 15

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Mrs. Watkins, They Only Kill Their Masters, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1972. (In archive footage) That's Entertainment!, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1974. Mrs. Grant, Blackout (also known as New York Blackout, New York Escapees, Black-out a New York, Et la terreur commence, and New York ne repond plus), New World, 1978. (In archive footage) That's Dancing!, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1985. Host, That's Entertainment! Ill, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,

Elizabeth Tisdale, "Always, Elizabeth," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1984. Kate Simmons, "Hit, Run, Homicide," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Bessie, "Steer Crazy," Misfits of Science, NBC, 1985. "Hearing Is Believing," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1986. "Little Wolf," Airwolf, CBS, 1986. "Stranger in My House/' True Confessions, syndicated, 1986. Pros & Cons, ABC, c. 1992. Reflections on the Silver Screen with Professor Richard Brown, AMC, 1994. Shelly Knox, "Who Killed the Toy Maker?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. "Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. "Jimmy Stewart: Hometown Hero," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. "June Allyson," Private Screenings, TCM, 1998. Commentator, "Ann Miller: I'm Still Here," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2001.

1994. Joey's grandma, The Solid Ones, 2000. Television Appearances; Series: Host and performer, The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson (also known as The June Allyson Show), CBS, 1959-1961. Television Appearances; Episodic: What's My Line?, CBS, 1954. The Ed Sullivan Show (also known as Toast of the Town), CBS, 1956. Mystery guest, What's My Line?, CBS, 1959. I've Got a Secret, CBS, 1959. Mystery guest, What's My Line?, CBS, 1960. Stella, "Cry Hope! Cry Hate!/' Zane Grey Theater, CBS, 1960. Mystery guest, What's My Line?, CBS, 1961. ''Special Assignment/' The Dick Powell Show (also known as Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1962. "A Time to Die," The Dick Powell Show (also known as Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1962. Guest host, "Project X," The Dick Powell Show (also known as Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1963. Jean Sampson, "Who Killed Beau Sparrow?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1963. "The Old Man and the City," The Dick Powell Show (also known as Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1963. "Third Side of a Coin," The Dick Powell Show (also known as Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1963. The Judy Garland Show, CBS, 1963. "High on a Rainbow," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1968. The Ed Sullivan Show (also known as Toast of the Town), CBS, 1970. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1972. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1973. The Dean Martin Show (multiple episodes), NBC, 1973. "Eden's Gate," Switch, CBS, 1977. Audrey, "Tony's Family/The Minister and the Stripper/ Her Own Two Feet," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1978. Dr. Kate Lowell, "Brain Child," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1979. House Calls, CBS, 1980. Margaret Wells, "The Last Time I Saw Michael," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1982.

Appeared as a celebrity judge, The Gong Show, NBC and syndicated, 1970s; in Night Gallery, NBC, 1970s; and in Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, syndicated and ABC, 1980s. Also in the 1980s, appeared in Good Morning America (also known as GMA), ABC; Hour Magazine, syndicated; The Merv Griffin Show, NBC, syndicated, and CBS; and Today (also known as The Today Show), NBC. Television Appearances; Movies: Helene Spencer, See the Man Run (also known as The Second Face), 1971. Monica, "Dear Monica," Letters from Three Lovers, 1972. Olga, Curse of the Black Widow (also known as Love Trap), 1977. Marge Emery, Three on a Date, 1978. Dorothea Powell, The Kid with the Broken Halo, NBC, 1982. Wilfred's Special Christmas, 1989. Addie's mother, These Old Broads, ABC, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: General Motors Fiftieth Anniversary Show, 1957. The Perry Como Special, NBC, 1963. Twentieth Century Follies, ABC, 1970. Celebrity judge, The 1976 Miss USA Pageant, 1976. An All-Star Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor, 1977. Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Man of the Hour—Jimmy Stewart, 1978. The Great Mysteries of Hollywood, syndicated, 1981. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1982. Performer, The 58th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1986. 16

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WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With Frances Spatz Leighton) June Allyson by June Allyson (autobiography), G. P. Putnam's Sons (New York City), 1982.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Loretta Ochs, Vega$ (also known as High Roller), ABC, 1978.

OTHER SOURCES Electronic: June Allyson, http://www.juneallyson.com, September 26, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Member of the chorus, Sing Out the News (musical), Broadway production, 1938. Very Warm for May (musical), Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1939. Title role and understudy, Panama Hattie (musical), Fourth Street Theatre, New York City, 1940. Higher and Higher (musical), Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1940. Best Foot Forward (musical), Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1941. 40 Carats, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1970. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1982.

ALTMAN, Robert 1925(Al Hayes) PERSONAL Full name, Robert Bernard Altman; born February 20, 1925, in Kansas City, MO; son of Bernard Clement "B. C." (in insurance sales) and Helen (maiden name, Matthews) Altman; married LaVonne Elmer (a telephone operator), 1947 (divorced, 1949); married Lotus Corelli, 1954 (divorced, c. 1957); married Kathryn Reed (a nightclub entertainer), 1959; children: (first marriage) Christine Altman Westphal; (second marriage) Michael, Stephen (a production designer); (third marriage) Konni Corriere (stepdaughter), Robert (a camera operator), Matthew (adopted; a theatrical properties specialist). Education: Attended Rockhurst High School, Wentworth Military Academy, and University of Missouri. Politics: Democrat.

Major Tours: No, No Nanette, U.S. cities, 1971. My Daughter, Your Son, c. 1970-1980. Radio Appearances; Episodic: Mail Call, c. 1944. "Presenting Lily Mars/; Lux Radio Theatre, 1946. "Kitty Foyle," Hallmark Playhouse, 1949. "Little Women," Screen Guild Theatre, 1949. "Music for Millions," Screen Directors Playhouse, 1949. "Little Women," Lux Radio Theatre, 1950. "Mrs. X," Richard Diamond, 1950. "The Stratton Story," Lux Radio Theatre, 1950. "Because of You," Lux Radio Theatre, 1953. "The Girl in White," Lux Radio Theatre, 1953. The Charlie McCarthy Show, 1954.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1934. Career: Director, producer, and writer. Calvin Co., Kansas City, MO, writer, photographer, editor, and director of industrial films, c. 1947-57; television writer, producer, and director, 1957-65; Lion's Gate Productions, cofounder and producer, c. 1963-81; Sandcastle 5 Productions, founder, c. 1982; also founder of Westwood Editorial Service (film postproduction company). Military service: U.S. Army Air Forces, bomber pilot, c. 1943-47; served in the Philippines; became lieutenant.

Radio Appearances; Other: The Bride Goes Wild, 1950. The Reformer and the Redhead, 1951.

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Member: Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America, British Film Institute (fellow).

Videos: Herself, That's Entertainment! Ill Behind the Screen, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 1994.

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director, and Film Award, best direction, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1971, all for M*A*S*H; Golden Laurel Award nomination, 1971; Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination (with Brian McKay), best drama adapted from another medium, 1972, for McCabe & Mrs. Miller; Golden Palm nomination, 1972, and Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination, best drama written directly for the screen, 1973, both for Images. New York Film Critics Circle awards, best director and best picture, and National Board of Review Award, best director, 1975, National Society of Film Critics awards, best director and best picture, Academy Award nominations, best director and best picture, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, Golden India Catalina, best director, and Golden India Catalina nomination, best film, both Cartagena Film Festival, all 1976, and Bodil Award, best non-European film, Bodil Festival, 1977, all for Nashville. Golden Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival, 1976, for Buffalo Bill and the Indians; or, Sitting Bull's History Lesson; Golden Palm nomination, 1977, for Three Women; Film Award nominations, best director, and best screenplay (with John Considine, Patricia Resnick, and Allan F. Nicholls), both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, and Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination (with Considine, Resnick, and Nicholls), best comedy written directly for the screen, all 1979, for A Wedding; FIPRESCI Award, Forum of New Cinema, Berlin International Film Festival, 1985, for Secret Honor; Golden Dolphin, Festroia-Troia International Film Festival, and Golden Palm nomination, both 1986, for Fool for Love; shared Golden Palm nomination, 1987, for Aria; Emmy Award, outstanding directing in a drama series, 1989, for 'The Boiler Room/' Tanner '88; John Cassavetes Award, Independent Feature Project, 1992. New York Film Critics Circle Award, best director, Best Director Award and Golden Palm nomination, Cannes International Film Festival, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best director, and Chicago Film Critics Association Award, best director, all 1992, Bodil Award, best non-European film, Academy Award nomination, best director, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, Film Award nominations, best director, and best film (with David Brown, Michael Tolkin, and Nick Wechsler), British Academy of Film and Television Arts, London Critics Circle Film Award, director of the year, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, Southeastern Film Critics Association Award, best director, and Silver Ribbon, best director of a foreign film, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 1993, all for The Player. Joseph Plateau Life Achievement Award, Flanders International Film Festival, 1993; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in directing a variety or music program, 1993, for "Black and Blue/' Great Performances; Golden Lion Award,

Venice Film Festival, and Boston Society of Film Critics Award (with Frank Barhydt), both 1993, Academy Award nomination, best director, Golden Globe Award nomination (with Barhydt), best screenplay for a motion picture, Independent Spirit Award (with Barhydt), best director and best screenplay, and Silver Ribbon, best director of a foreign film, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, all 1994, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, and Bodil Award, best American film, 1995, all for Short Cuts. D. W. Griffith Award, lifetime achievement, Directors Guild of America, 1994; Golden Eddie Award, American Cinema Editors, 1995; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best feature, 1995, for Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle; Gala Tribute, Film Society of Lincoln Center, 1994; Golden Globe Award nomination, best comedy film, 1995, for Ready to Wear; Golden Palm nomination, Cannes International Film Festival, 1996, for Kansas City; Career Golden Lion Award, Venice Film Festival, 1996; knight, Legion of Honor, 1996; Audience Award, best documentary, Sao Paulo International Film Festival, 1997, for Jazz '34; Board of the Governors Award, American Society of Cinematographers, 1999; Golden Berlin Bear Award nomination and Prize of the Guild of German Art House Cinemas Award, both Berlin International Film Festival, 1999, and Independent Spirit Award nomination (with Ernst Etchie Stroh), best feature, 2000, all for Cookie's Fortune; Golden Lion nomination, Venice Film Festival, 2000, for Dr. T & the Women; Lifetime Achievement Award, Gotham Awards, 2000. Academy Award nominations, best director, and best picture (with Bob Balaban and David Levy), Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film (with Balaban and Levy) and nomination for David Lean Award for Direction, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Golden Globe Award, best director of a motion picture, American Film Institute Award, director of the year, National Society of Film Critics Award, best director, New York Film Critics Award, best director, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best director, Evening Standard British Film Award, best film, and Silver Ribbon, best director of a foreign film, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, all 2002, for Gosford Park; honorary Golden Berlin Bear, lifetime achievement, 2002. CREDITS Film Director: Modern Football, 1951. King Basketball, 1952. The Last Mile, 1953. Better Football, 1954. The Builders (industrial film), 1954. The Perfect Crime, 1955. (And producer) The Delinquents, United Artists, 1957. (And producer, with George W. George; and editor) The James Dean Story (documentary), Warner Bros., 1957. 18

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ALTMAN Film Work; Other: Second unit director, The Happening, 1967. Producer, Welcome to L.A., United Artists, 1976. Producer, The Late Show, Warner Bros., 1977. Producer, Remember My Name, Columbia, 1978. Executive producer, Rich Kids, United Artists, 1979. Associate producer, Lily in Love, New Line Cinema, 1985. Producer, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (also known as Mrs. Parker and the Round Table), Miramax, 1995. Producer, Afterglow, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. Producer, Liv, 1998. Producer, Trixie, Redeemable Features, 1999. Executive producer, Roads and Bridges, 2000. Executive producer, Investigating Sex, 2001.

The Party (short film), 1964. Pot au feu (short film), 1965. The Kathryn Reed Story (short film), 1965. Countdown (documentary), Warner Bros., 1968. That Cold Day in the Park, Commonwealth United,

1969. M*A*S*H, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Brewster McCloud, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Warner Bros., 1971. Images, Columbia, 1972. The Long Goodbye, United Artists, 1973. Thieves Like Us, United Artists, 1974. (And producer, with Joseph Walsh) California Split (also known as Jackpot!), Columbia, 1974. (And producer) Nashville, Paramount, 1975. (And producer) Buffalo Bill and the Indians; or, Sitting Bull's History Lesson (also known as Buffalo Bill and the Indians), United Artists, 1976. (And producer) Three Women, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. (And producer) A Wedding, Twentieth Century-Fox,

Film Appearances: Man drinking, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, RKO Radio Pictures, 1947. Bob, Events, Grove Press, 1970. Hotel manager, Endless Love, Universal, 1981. Hollywood Mavericks, Roxie Releasing, 1990.

1978. (And producer) Quintet, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. (And producer) A Perfect Couple, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1979. (And producer) Health (also known as H.E.A.L.T.H), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Popeye, Paramount, 1980. The Easter Egg Hunt, 1981. Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Cinecom International, 1982. The Diviners, 1983. (And producer, with Nick J. Mileti) Streamers, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. (And producer) Secret Honor (also known as Lords of Treason, Secret Honor: The Last Testament of Richard M. Nixon, and Secret Honor: A Political Myth), Cinecom International, 1984. Fool for Love, Cannon, 1985. "Les boreades," Aria, Miramax, 1987. Beyond Therapy, New World, 1987. (And producer) O. C. and Stiggs, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1987. Vincent and Theo (also known as Vincent et Theo), Hemdale Releasing, 1990. The Player, Fine Line, 1992. (And producer, with Scott Bushnell) Short Cuts, Fine Line, 1993. (And producer) Ready to Wear (also known as Pret-aPorter), Miramax, 1994. (And producer) Kansas City, Fine Line, 1996. The Gingerbread Man, Polygram Filmed Entertainment,

Television Director; Episodic: Pulse of the City, [Kansas City, MO], 1953-1954. 'The Young One," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1957. 'Together/' Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1958. Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1959. Gun (also known as Robert Altman's Gun), ABC, 1997. Also directed episodes of Bonanza (also known as Ponderosa), NBC; Bronco, ABC; Bus Stop, ABC; Combat!, ABC; The Gale Storm Show (also known as Oh! Susanna)', Kraft Mystery Theatre (also known as Kraft Suspense Theatre), NBC; The Lawman, ABC; Maverick, ABC; The Millionaire (also known as If You Had a Million), CBS; M Squad, NBC; Peter Gunn, NBC/ABC; The Roaring Twenties, ABC; Route 66, CBS; Sugarfoot (also known as Tenderfoot), ABC; Surfside 6, ABC; Troubleshooters, NBC; U.S. Marshal, syndicated; Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (also known as Desilu Playhouse), CBS; and Whirlybirds (also known as Copter Patrol), syndicated. Television Director; Pilots: Sam Hill, NBC, 1961. County General, ABC, 1962. The Gallant Men, ABC, 1963. The Long Hot Summer, ABC, 1965. (With Robert Wagner; and producer, with Wagner) A Walk in the Night, CBS, 1968.

1998. Another City, Not My Own, 1999. (And producer) Cookie's Fortune, October Films, 1999. (And producer) Dr. T & the Women, Artisan Entertainment, 2000. (And producer) Gosford Park, USA Films, 2001.

Television Director; Specials: (And producer) The Laundromat, HBO, 1985. (And producer) The Dumb Waiter, ABC, 1987.

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(And producer) The Room (also known as Basements), ABC, 1987. "Black and Blue/' Great Performances, PBS, 1993. The Real McTeague: A Synthesis of Forms, PBS, 1993. (And producer) Jazz '34 (also known as Robert Altman's Jazz '34}f PBS, 1997.

History vs. Hollywood, History Channel, 2001. Himself (in archive footage), Who Is Alan Smithee?, AMC, 2002. Anatomy of a Scene: Gosford Park, Sundance Channel, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: American Cinema, PBS, 1995. The Directors, Encore, 1999. Backstory, AMC, 1999. "Robert Altman in England/7 Omnibus, BBC (England), 2002.

Television Work; Movies: Producer and director, Nightmare in Chicago (also known as Once Upon a Savage Night), 1964. Director, Precious Blood (also known as Two by South), 1982. Producer and director, The Came Mutiny Court Martial, CBS, 1988.

Stage Work: Director, "Precious Blood" and "Rattlesnake in a Cooler," Two by South, Actors Theatre, Los Angeles, 1981. Director, Come Back to the Five & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Broadway production, 1982. Director, McTeague (opera), Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1992.

Television Work; Other: Coproducer, Pulse of the City (series), [Kansas City, MO], 1953-1954. Executive producer and director, Rattlesnake in a Cooler, 1980. Director of additional photography, Peking Encounter, 1981. Producer, Spearfield's Daughter (series), Channel Seven (Sydney, Australia), 1986. Unit production manager, Best of Friends, 1987. Executive producer and director, Tanner 88 (miniseries; also known as Tanner: A Political Fable), HBO, 1988. Director, McTeague, 1992. Creator and executive producer, Gun (series; also known as Robert Altman's Gun), ABC, 1997.

Producer of Streamers, European production. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, Film-Fest DVD: Issue 1—Sundance, Broadcast DVD, 1999.

Producer of the television series Combat!, ABC.

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Television Appearances; Specials: Voice in promotional spot, Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema of Edwin Porter, 1982. Luck, Trust, and Ketchup: Robert Altman in Carver County, Bravo, 1994. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1995. The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, HBO, 1995. Interviewee, Freud's Interpretation of Dreams, The Learning Channel, 1996. Interviewee, Frank Capra's American Dream, 1997. Interviewee, Robert Downey, Jr.: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Hitchcock: Shadow of a Genius (also known as Dial H Hitchcock: The Genius behind the Showman, TCM, 1999. 20th Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years, AMC, 2000. The Wth Annual IFF Gotham Awards, Bravo, 2000. The Orange British Academy Film Awards, 2001. Remembering MASH: The 30th Anniversary Cast and Crew Reunion, Fox, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Lee Grant, Lifetime, 2001.

Screenplays: Christmas Eve (also known as Sinner's Holiday), United Artists, 1947. Corn's-a-Poppin', Crest Productions, 1951. The Delinquents, United Artists, 1955. (With Ring Lardner, Jr.) M*A*S*H (adapted from novel by Richard Hooker), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Brewster McCloud, Metro-Go I dwyn-Mayer, 1970. (With Brian McKay) McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Warner Bros., 1971. Images, Columbia, 1972. The Long Goodbye (adapted from the novel by Raymond Chandler), United Artists, 1973. (With Calder Willingham and Joan Tewkesbury) Thieves Like Us, United Artists, 1974. California Split (also known as Jackpot!), Columbia, 1974. (With Tewkesbury; and lyricist) Nashville, Paramount, 1975, published by Bantam Books, 1976. (With Alan Rudolph) Buffalo Bill and the Indians; or, Sitting Bull's History Lesson (also known as Buffalo Bill and the Indians), United Artists, 1976, published by Bantam, 1976. 20

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Kagan, Norman, American Skeptic: Robert Altman's Genre—Commentary Films, Pierian Press, 1982. Karp, Alan, The Films of Robert Altman, Scarecrow Press (Metuchen, NJ), 1981. Kass, Judith, Robert Altman: American Innovator, Popular Library (New York City), 1978. Keyssar, Helen, Robert Altman's America, Oxford University Press (New York City), 1991. Kolker, Robert Phillip, A Cinema of Loneliness: Penn, Kubrick, Scorsese, Spielberg, Altman, Oxford University Press, 1988. McGilligan, Patrick, Robert Altman: Jumping off the Cliff, St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1989. Newsmakers: The People behind Today's Headlines, 1993 Cumulation, Gale, 1993. O'Brien, Daniel, Robert Altman: Hollywood Survivor, Continuum (New York City), 1995. Plecki, Gerard, Robert Altman, Twayne, 1985. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, five volumes, St. James Press, 2000. Sterritt, David, editor, Robert Altman: Interviews, University Press of Mississippi, 2000. Stuart, Jan, The Nashville Chronicles: The Making of Robert Altman's Masterpiece, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 2001.

Three Women (based on a story by Altman), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. (With John Considine, Patricia Resnick, and Allan Nicholls) A Wedding (based on a story by Altman), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. (With Frank Barhydt and Patricia Resnick) Quintet, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. (With Nicholls) A Perfect Couple, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1979. (With Barhydt and Paul Dooley) Health (also known as H.E.A.L.T.H.), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. "Les boreales," Aria, Miramax, 1987. (With Christopher Durang) Beyond Therapy, New World, 1987. (With Barhydt) Short Cuts (based on the short stories of Raymond Carver), Fine Line, 1993, published by Capra Press, 1993. Ready to Wear (also known as Pret-a-Porter), Miramax,

1994. Kansas City, Fine Line, 1996. (As Al Hayes) The Gingerbread Man, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. Film Music: Song, 'The Way It's Meant to Be/' Gosford Park, USA Films, 2001.

Periodicals: Down Beat, March-April, 1994, pp. 21, 24. Empire, Issue 58, 1994, pp. 68-75. Entertainment Weekly, April 16, 1999, pp. 22-24; February 22, 2002, p. 90. Esquire, May, 1992, pp. 86-92. Film Comment, March-April, 1997, pp. 68-71. Guardian, August 17, 1999, p. 12. Mediaweek, September 16, 1996, p. 13. Movieline, December, 2001, p. 24. New York, March 16, 1992, pp. 50-56. People Weekly, March 18, 2002, pp. 109-10, 113-14. Time, April 14, 1997, p. 88. Tbta/ Film, September, 1997, pp. 62-65. Urban Cinefile, May 10, 2000. USA Today, May 14, 1999, p. 8E. Washington Post, April 8, 1999, p. C1.

Television Episodes: Writer for episodes of Combat!, ABC, and Maverick, ABC. Television Writing; Other: Librettist, McTeague (opera), 1992. Stage Writing: Librettist (with Arnold Weinstein), McTeague (opera), Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1992. Other: Author of radio scripts, including Bodyguard. Contributor of stories to magazines. ADAPTATIONS

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The film Bodyguard, released by RKO Radio Pictures in 1948, was based on a radio play by Altman; the film Gosford Park was based on an idea by Altman. OTHER SOURCES

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Books: Encyclopedia of World Biography Supplement, Volume 20, Gale, 2000. Feineman, Neil, Persistence of Vision: Films of Robert Altman, Ayer, 1978.

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Career: Choreographer, stunt performer, and swordmaster. Britain's Senior National Fencing Coach, 1953-79; British Academy of Fencing, president; Canadian Fencing Association, technical director, c. 1979-?; British Association of National Coaches, founder; Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, England, swordmaster. Competed as a fencer in the British Empire Games, winning two gold and three silver medals, 1950; amateur fencing champion of Great Britain, 1951; professional fencing champion of Great Britain, 1952; won British sabre title, 1962-64; European Sabre Champion, 1962; member of the British fencing team for three Olympics. Military service: Served in the British Royal Marines during World War II.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Hood, Candleshoe, 1977. Television Work; Swordmaster: Highlander (pilot), 1986. Highlander (series), syndicated, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Fighting guard, 'The Enemy of the World/' Doctor Who, BBC, 1967.

CREDITS Film Work; Fight Choreographer: Star Wars (also known as Star Wars IV: A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (also known as The Fellowship of the Ring and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: The Motion Picture), Warner Bros., 2001. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (also known as The Two Towers), Warner Bros., 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Passage to Middle-Earth: The Making of "The Lord of the Ring?, Sci-Fi Channel, 2001.

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PERSONAL Film Work; Swordmaster: The Princess Bride, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1987. By the Sword, Hansen, 1991. The Three Musketeers, Buena Vista, 1993. First Knight, Columbia, 1995. (As Robert Anderson) The Phantom, Paramount, 1996. (As Robert Anderson) The Mask of Zorro, TriStar, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—S.D.B., Inc., 1801 Avenue of the Stars, 9th Floor, Century City, CA 90067. Career: Actor.

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Film Work; Fencing Coach: The Moonraker, 1957. Barry Lyndon, Warner Bros., 1975.

Film Appearances: Doorman, Une femme ou deux (also known as One Woman or Two and A Woman or Two), Orion Classics, 1985. Dr. Binibon, Rude Awakening, Orion, 1989. Roy Forbes, Havana, Universal, 1990. Cappy, Dying Young, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Distilled spirits lobbyist, The Distinguished Gentleman, Buena Vista, 1992. Sheriff, The Adventures of Huck Finn (also known as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn), Buena Vista, 1993. General Derrick, Blue Sky, Orion, 1994. Head Bull Haig, The Shawshank Redemption, Columbia, 1994.

Film Work; Fencing Consultant: The Parent Trap (also known as Disney's The Parent Trap), Buena Vista, 1998. Film Work; Stunt Performer: (Uncredited) From Russia with Love (also known as Ian Fleming's From Russia with Love), United Artists, 1963. Kidnapped, American International, 1971. One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing, Buena Vista, 1975. Candleshoe, Buena Vista, 1977. Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back (also known as The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1980. (Uncredited) Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980.

Television Appearances; Series: Mike Donovan, Townies, ABC, 1996-1997.

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Art, "Another Day, Another Story," Live Shot, UPN, 1995. Judge Donald Knauf, "Chapter Two," Murder One, ABC, 1995. Sheriff Frass, "War of the Coprophages," The X-Files, Fox, 1996. Lieutenant Delaney, "Murder on the Run: Parts 1 & 2," Diagnosis: Murder, CBS, 1996. Mr. Melton, "Quiet Riot," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Harry, "Like Father ... ," The Single Guy, NBC, 1997. Harvey Jensen, "The Audition," Union Square, NBC, 1997. "Eve of Destruction" (also known as "Duck and Cover"), Any Day Now, Lifetime, 1998. "What about Bob?" L.A. Doctors, CBS, 1998. Father Anderson, "Crime & Punishment," Encore! Encore!, NBC, 1999. Ronald Morgan, "Bay of Pigs," The Practice, ABC, 1999. "The Reunion," Providence, NBC, 2000. Henry Zalen, "Brothers, a Love Story," Will & Grace, NBC, 2001. "Liar's Club: Part 2," Family Law, CBS, 2001. Leonard Drexel, "Being of Sound Mind," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 2001. "Americans," Family Law, CBS, 2001. Judge Daniels, "All in the Family," Family Law, CBS, 2001. Zeus, "Thin Ice," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, The WB, 2001. Judge Butler, "The Real Thing," Any Day Now, Lifetime,

Television Appearances; Movies: Bob Flowers, Roe vs. Wade, NBC, 1989. Editor, Incident at Dark River (also known as Dark River—A Father's Revenge), TNT, 1989. Sam Cummings, Money, Power, Murder, CBS, 1989. Last Flight Out, NBC, 1989. Guess Who's Coming for Christmas? (also known as UFO Cafe), NBC, 1990. Tom Ruegg, Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann, NBC, 1991. Sheriff, Matlock: The Witness Killings, 1991. Agent Reed, Honor Thy Mother, CBS, 1992. Colonel Hewson, Afterburn, HBO, 1992. Victim of Love: The Shannon Mohr Story, NBC, 1993. Spencer "Spence" Cunningham, While Justice Sleeps, NBC, 1994. Carl Liggitt, The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play, CBS, 1996. Stuart March, Columbo: A Trace of Murder, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Senator Monroe, Cross of Fire, NBC, 1989. The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Specials: Taggett, Out of Time, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Late Bloomer," Kate & Allie, CBS, 1986. Bull Murtagh, "The Murtagh Conundrum," Doctor Doctor, CBS, 1989. "Teddy Gets Fired," The Famous Teddy Z, CBS, 1989. Tommy Morgan, "People Do It All the Time," Wiseguy, CBS, 1989. Lester Craig, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," L.A. Law, NBC, 1989. Fred Fredrickson, "Subpoena Envy," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1990. Mr. Percy, "Zborn Again," The Golden Girls, NBC, 1990. Sheriff, "The Witness Killings," Matlock, NBC, 1991. Father Tim Perello, "Skeletons," The Commish, ABC, 1992. Hank, "Heavy Meddle," Home Improvement, ABC, 1992. Lester Craig, "Bourbon Cowboy," L.A. Law, NBC, 1993. Roger, "Pop Secret," Dream On, HBO, 1993. Zolan, "Casdassians," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1993. Roger, "Brother of the Bride," Dream On, HBO, 1994. Lester Craig, "Whistle Stop," L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Joe Gandolph, "A Nest of Vipers," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Fryer Tuck, "Kelly Takes a Shot," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1995. Goldie, "Are We There Yet?" Thunder Alley, ABC, 1995. Art Hennesey, "Day One," Live Shot, UPN, 1995.

2002. "Age of Consent," First Monday, CBS, 2002. Judge Walter Daniels, "Children of a Lesser Dad," Family Law, CBS, 2002. Burt, "Dead Uncles and Vegetables," Gilmore Girls, The WB, 2002. Also appeared as Shark Gilbert, Powerhouse; Clayton Foote, Delta; Frank Bonerz, The Monroes; in Everything's Relative, CBS; Jesse Hawkes, CBS; Cop Rock, ABC; Civil Wars, ABC. Stage Appearances: Pischink, The Cherry Orchard, La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA, 1990. Big Daddy, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Arena Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1998. Morgan, The Drawer Boy, San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose, CA, 2002. Also appeared as title role, Julius Caesar, The Public Theater; Ben Farrier, Study in Scarlet, Williamstown Playhouse; H. C, The Rainmaker, Penn Center Stage; title role, Henry VIII, New Jersey Shakespeare; Henry VIII, A Man for All Seasons; Pistol, Merry Wives of Windsor; Berto, Orchids and Panthers, Coconut Grove Playhouse; the professor, The Importance of Tobacco, Neighborhood Playhouse; Hogan, Cruelties of Mrs.

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actress in a television drama series, 1997, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a television drama series, 1997, Saturn Award, best genre television actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1997, Golden Satellite Award nominations, best performance by an actress in a television drama series, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2001, shared Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 1997, 1998, 1999, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, Q awards, best actress in a quality drama series, 1998, 1999, Saturn Award nominations, best genre television actress, 1999, 2000, best actress, 1999, best actress on television, 2001, and best actress in a television series, 2002, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite science fiction actress, 1999, and TV Guide Award nominations, favorite actress in a drama series, 1999, 2000, all for The X Files; chosen one of the fifty most beautiful people in the world, People Weekly, 1997; award from Starlight Children's Foundation, 1997; British Independent Film Award, best actress, 2000, London Critics Circle Film Award nomination, actress of the year, 2001, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama, 2001, and Toronto Film Critics Association Award nomination, best actress, 2001, all for The House of Mirth.

RECORDINGS Taped Readings: When I Get Back to Georgia I'm Going to Nail My Feet to the Ground by Lewis Grizzard, 1990.

ANDERSON, Gillian 1968PERSONAL Full name, Gillian Leigh Anderson; born August 9, 1968, in Chicago, IL; raised in Grand Rapids, Ml, London, England, and Puerto Rico; daughter of Edward (an owner of a film post-production company) and Rosemary (a computer analyst) Anderson; married Errol Clyde Klotz (a production designer), January 1, 1994 (divorced, 1997); children: Piper Maru (daughter). Education: DePaul University, B.F.A., drama, 1990; studied with National Theatre of Great Britain at Cornell University.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Agent Dana Scully, X-Files, Fox, 1993-2002.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825. Manager—Constance Freiberg, Envision Entertainment, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Special Agent Dana Scully, The X-Files, Fox, 1993. Video narrator, Harsh Realm, Fox, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Dana Scully, Secrets of the X-Files, Part 1, 1995. Herself, More Secrets of the X-Files (also known as Secrets of the X-Files, Part 2\ Fox, 1996. It's A Wonderful Cyberlife: A Holiday Buying Guide, The Discovery Channel, 1996. Narrator, Spies Above, The Discovery Channel, 1996. Host and narrator, Why Planes Go Down, Fox, 1996. Host and narrator, Future Fantastic, BBC (England), 1996, The Learning Channel, 1997. Interviewee, Inside the X-Files, Fox, 1998. Herself and Dana Scully, The X-Files Movie Special, Fox, 1998. Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute, TNT, 1999. The Ultimate Auction, Fox, 2000. The Great American History Quiz: The Presidents, History Channel, 2000.

Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials, including one for the Ford Explorer, 2002. Neurofibromatosis, Inc., volunteer. Once worked as a waitress at Dojos, New York City. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1991, for Absent Friends; Q Award nomination, best actress in a quality drama series, Viewers for Quality Television, 1995, Universe Reader's Choice Award, best actress in a genre television series, Sci-Fi Universe, 1995, Screen Actors Guild awards, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, 1996, 1997, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding lead actress in a drama series, 1996, 1998, 1999, Golden Globe Award nominations, best performance by an actress in a television drama series, 1996, 1998, and 1999, British National Television Award nominations, most popular actress, 1996, 1997, Emmy Award, outstanding lead 24

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Film Work: Producer and director, The Speed of Light, 2001.

The Great American History Quiz: Pursuit of Happiness, History Channel, 2000. The Great American History Quiz: Heroes and Villains, History Channel, 2000.

Stage Appearances: (Off-Broadway debut) Evelyn, Absent Friends, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1991. The Philanthropist, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992. The Vagina Monologues, London, 1999, then Los Angeles, 2000. Melinda Metz, What the Night Is For, London, 2002-2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

'The Accused/' Class of'96, Fox, 1993. Voice of Agent Dana Scully, "Eek Space 9," Eek! the Cat (animated), Fox, 1995. The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996. Voice of Data Nully, 'Trust No One/' ReBoot (animated), ABC, 1996. Voice of Agent Dana Scully, "The Springfield Files," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1997. Host, America's Most Wanted, 1997. Voice of Jenny, "Dr. Nora," Frasier, NBC, 1999. V Graham Norton, Channel 4, 2002.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of E.V.E., Hellbender, Microsoft, 1996. Agent Dana Scully, The X-Files Game (also known as The X-Files), Fox Interactive, 1998.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations; Presenter: The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1995. The 1996 Emmy Awards, ABC, 1996. The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1997. The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1997. 1997 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1997. The Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1997. The 50th Emmy Awards, NBC, 1998. The 55th Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1998. The 6th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000. The 17th Annual IFPAA/est Independent Spirit Awards, Independent Film Channel, 2002.

Audio Books: Voice of Lisa Kelly, Exit to Eden by Anne Rice, 1992. Narrator, The X-Files: Ground Zero by Kevin J. Anderson, Harper Audio, 1995. Albums: Vocalist (spoken-word performance), "Extremis" (single) by Hal, Virgin Records, 1997. WRITINGS

Television Director; Episodic: "All Things," The X-Files, Fox, 2000.

Television Episodes: "All Things," The X-Files, Fox, 2000.

Film Appearances: Three at Once, 1986. A Matter of Choice (short silent film), 1988. April Cavanaugh, The Turning (also known as Home Fires Burning and Pocahontas, Virginia), Leo Films,

Screenplays: The Speed of Light, 2001. OTHER SOURCES

1992. Books: Newsmakers 1997, Issue 4, Gale, 1997.

Dana Scully, The X-Files: The Unopened File, 1995. Brenda, Chicago Cab (also known as Hell Cab), Castle Hill, 1997. Loretta Lee, The Mighty, Miramax, 1998. Special Agent Dana Scully, The X-Files (also known as The X-Files: Fight the Future and Aux frontieres du reel), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Meredith, Playing by Heart (also known as Intermedia), Miramax, 1999. Voice of Moro, Princess Mononoke (also known as The Phantom Princess and Mononoke hime), 1999. Lily Bart, The House of Mirth (also known as Chez les heureux du monde and Haus Bellomont), Sony Pictures Classics, 2000.

Periodicals: Dreamwatch, June, 1998, pp. 11-17; January, 2002, pp. 37-39. Empire, Issue 80, 1996, p. 118; September, 1998, p. 111. Entertainment Weekly, March 10, 1995, p. 20; February 9, 1996, pp. 18-21; January 24, 1997, p. 14. FHM, April, 1996, p. 90; December, 1996. Flicks, September, 1998, pp. 30-31. Los Angeles, November, 2000, p. 108. Los Angeles Times, May 15, 1997, p. 46. 25

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The Sots Master (animated; also known as The Botz Master and ZZ Bots), syndicated, 1993. Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1994. Iron Man (animated), syndicated, 1994-1996. Fantastic Four (animated), syndicated, 1994-1996. The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The Incredible Hulk & Friends), UPN, 1996. Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998. Silver Surfer (animated), Fox, 1998. Avengers (animated), Fox, 1999. Spider-Man Unlimited (animated), Fox, 1999. X-Men: Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000. Mutant X (animated), syndicated, 2001. Television Executive Producer; Pilots: Generation X, Fox, 1996. Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998.

Electronic: Gillian Anderson Web Site, http://gaws.ao.net, August 19, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Spider-Mania (documentary), 2002.

Other: ''Gillian Anderson" (television episode), Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

WRITINGS Television Episodes: 'The Alien Costume: Part 1," Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1994. (From story) X-Men: Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000.

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Addresses: Office—Marvel Studios, 10474 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 206, Los Angeles, CA 90025.

PERSONAL Born July 19, 1948, in Oak Park, IL; married Robert Bernard, 1975. Education: Attended San Mateo Junior College, San Francisco State University, and the University of California, Santa Barbara; studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and with Peggy Feury. Avocational Interests: Cooking.

Career: Producer. Toy Biz (a toy designer and manufacturer), creative director; Marvel Studios, president and chief executive officer, 1993—. Also worked as a toy designer. CREDITS

Addresses: Agent—Sutton, Barth & Vennari, 145 South Fairfax Ave., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Film Executive Producer: Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998. X-Men, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Blade II, New Line Cinema, 2002. Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002. (And producer) Man-Thing, Artisan, 2002. Iron Fist, Artisan, 2002.

Career: Actress and writer. Appeared in commercials, including advertisements for Kibbles & Bits dog food, 1997, and ITT Technical Institute, 1998. CREDITS

Television Executive Producer; Series: X-Men (animated), Fox, 1992. Biker Mice from Mars (animated), syndicated, 1993.

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Appeared as the voice of Peter's teacher, "The Doll," Jumanji, UPN.

Miss Spier, Spencer (also known as Under One Roof), NBC, 1984-1985. Washingtoon, beginning c. 1985. lola Lucille Boyland, Mama's Family, syndicated, 1986-1990. Gunnery Sergeant Alva "Gunny" Bricker, Major Dad, CBS, 1990-1993. Voice of the library monster, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (animated), Nickelodeon, beginning c. 1994. Shirley Sherwood, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y & R), CBS, 1999.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Angelica, The Adventures of Pol'lyanna, ABC, 1982. Miss Karp, Chameleon, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Specials: Ms. Greenfield, Little Lulu, ABC, 1978. Film Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Appearances: Gruber, The Couch Trip, Orion, 1988. Luttrell, Vice Versa, Columbia, 1988. Whitfield, The Brady Bunch Movie, Paramount, 1995. Pam Whitman, Walking to the Waterline, Porch Light Entertainment, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Tomlin, Project: ALF (also known as Alf—Der Film), ABC, 1996. Mrs. Enid Cook, The Christmas Wish, ABC, 1998. Miss Myrtle, Going Home, CBS, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sue Barker, "4 Rms Ocn Vu," Family Ties, NBC, 1984. Nurse Dievel, "Lady in Green," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986. Mrs. Myrna Byrd, "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," ALF, NBC, 1988. Mrs. Myrna Byrd, "Someone to Watch over Me: Parts 1 &2," ALF, NBC, 1988. Herself, "Mama's Family Reunion," Vickil, syndicated,

WRITINGS Teleplays; Episodes: Wrote episodes for the series ALF, NBC, and Mama's Family, syndicated.

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Technician, Love & War, CBS, 1992. Alice Dai ley, "Ka-boom," Grace under Fire (also known as Grace under Pressure), ABC, 1994. Miss Hardaway, "Dial B for Virgin," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1994. Ms. Clark, The Mommies, NBC, 1994. Ms. Twitchel, "The Test," Full House, ABC, 1994. Mrs. Eleanor Robertson, The George Wendt Show, CBS, 1995. Miss Hardaway, "Bud Hits the Books," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1996. Mrs. DeMichael, "Suddenly Stupid," Clueless, UPN, 1997. Mrs. DeMichael, "A Very P.C. Holiday," Clueless, UPN,

PERSONAL Born 1963; son of Lewis (an actor) and Mardi (an actress) Arquette; grandson of Cliff Arquette (an actor); brother of Alexis and David Arquette (actors) and Rosanna and Patricia Arquette (actresses). Career: Actor. Also worked as an English teacher in Thailand and an operator of a bar in Australia.

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CREDITS Film Appearances: Farm boy, The Pickle, Columbia, 1993. Delivery man, Se7en, New Line Cinema, 1995. Alan, Drive Baby Drive, Sundance Channel, 1995. Resident doctor, Gridlock'd, Gramercy, 1997. Sheriff, Dream with the Fishes, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. Andrew Hudler, Life during Wartime (also known as The Alarmist), Columbia TriStar, 1997. Security guard, Do Me a Favor (also known as Trading Favors), Imperial Entertainment, 1997. Gas station man, Cold around the Heart, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997.

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Harding, Overdrive, Concorde, 1997. Truck driver, Desert Blue, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1998. Christopher, The Treat, Trinity Home Entertainment, 1998. The Last Call (also known as Stingers), Leo Films, 1998. Immaculate Springs, 1998. Rick, Sugar Town, October Films/USA Films, 1999. Intern, Fight Club, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Detective, Kiss & Tell, Phaedra Cinema, 1999. Moe, The Heist, Whyte House Productions, 1999. Student, Scream 3, Miramax/Dimension Films, 2000. Jay, $pent, Regent Entertainment, 2000. Hank, Cold Cup, Full Circle Films, 2000. Jaybird, Spin Cycle, Galilay Entertainment, 2000. Marvin, See Jane Run, Arrow Pictures, 2001. Cadillac rapist, Tweeked, Phaedra Cinema, 2001. Second coroner, The Mesmerist, Seventh Art Releasing, 2001. Fourth officer, A Midsummer Night's Rave, 2002. Mortimer, The Illusion, Maldoror Productions, 2002.

gren (a writer), 1982 (divorced); married Bille August (a director, cinematographer, and writer), 1991 (divorced, 1997); children: Agnes, Asta, Alba. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Davien Littlefield, Davien Littlefield Management, 939 Eighth Ave., Suite 609, New York, NY 10019.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Cannes Film Festival Award, best actress, 1992, and Guldbagge Award, best actress, 1993, both for Den goda viljan; Silver Hugo Award, best actress, Chicago International Film Festival, and Valladolid International Film Festival Award, best actress, both 1997, for Enskilda samtal; Guldbagge Award, best supporting actress, 2000, for Daer regnbaagen slutar; Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, and Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite supporting actress, action category, both 2000, for Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace; British Drama Magazine Award, best supporting actress, for playing Ophelia in Hamlet

Television Appearances; Movies: Detective Dan Campion, Girls in Prison, Showtime,

1994. Chuckie, Nowhere to Hide, ABC, 1994. Douglas Phillips, Tell Me No Secrets, ABC, 1997. Lizard, The Girl Gets Moe (also known as Love to Kill), HBO, 1997. Koosman, Legion, Sci-Fi Channel, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Pernilla Wallgren) Girl, Giliap, Sandrews, 1975. (As Pernilla Wallgren) Abigael, Linus, 1979. (As Pernilla Wahlgren) Aasa Eriksson, Tuppen (also known as The Rooster), Svensk Filmindustri, 1981. (As Pernilla Wallgren) Maj, Fanny och Alexander (also known as Fanny and Alexander, Fanny et Alexandre, and Fanny und Alexander), Sandrews, 1982. (As Pernilla Oestergren) Eva, Ormens vaeg paa haelleberget(a\so known as The Serpent's Way), 1986.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Salesman, "Comings and Goings/' Party of Five, Fox, 1996. "By Any Means Necessary/' Safe Harbor, The WB, 1999. M. C, "B. J. Blue Hawaii/7 Son of the Beach, USA Network, 2001. OTHER SOURCES

Aegget, 1987. Anna Aakerblom Bergman, Den goda viljan (also known as The Best Intentions, Den Code vilje, Die besten Absichten, Con le migliori intenzioni, Hyvae tahto, and Les meilleures intentions), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1994. Anna Aakerblom, Lumiere et compagnie (also known as Lumiere and Company and Lumiere y compania), Pierre Grise Distribution, 1995. Karin, Jerusalem, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1996. Liv Ullmann scener fra et liv, 1997. Koek, Svenska Filminstitutet, 1998. Nina Nyman, Sista kontraktet (also known as The Last Contract, Den sista kontrakten, and Viimeinen sopimus), Sonet Film, 1998. Sofia, Glasblaasarns barn (also know as The Glassblower's Children), Svenska Filminstitutet, 1998.

Periodicals: People Weekly, October 4, 1999, p. 80.

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Shmi Skywalker, Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace (also known as The Phantom Menace and Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Mamma, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Tales of Innocence, 1999. Tove, Daer regnbaagen slutar, 1999. Den sjunde dodssynden, 2000. Tove, Foedelsedagen, 2000. Herself, Ljuset haaller mig saellskap (also known as Light Keeps Me Company), First Run Features, 2000. Anna Terlow, Anna, Nordisk Film, 2000. Molly Fischer, Gossip, Nordisk Film, 2000. Beata Eksjoe, Spraengaren (also known as The Bomber), Svensk Filmindustri, 2001. Hr. Boe & Co/s Anxiety, Den Danske Filmskole, 2001. Hjertrud, / Am Dina (also known as Jag aer Dina and Jeg er Dina), Columbia TriStar, 2002. Shmi Skywalker-Lars, Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones (also known as Star Wars II), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002. Mamma, Karlsson paa taket, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Mamma, "Northern Italy, June 1918," The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, 1993. Bodil, KNIP, "Feministmysteriet", Persons parfymeri, SVT (Sweden), 1997. Herself, Sen kvaell med Luuk, TV4 (Sweden), 1999. Television Appearances; Other: (As Pernilla Wallgren) Sofie Hess, Alfred Nobel—Mr. Dynamite, 1983. (As Pernilla Wallgren) Ofelia, Den tragiska historien om Hamlet—Prins av Danmark, 1984. Also appeared in Play and The Wild Bird. Stage Appearances: A Dream Play, Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden, 1986. Ophelia, Hamlet, Royal Dramatic Theatre, 1986. Nora, A Doll's House, Royal Dramatic Theatre, 1989. The Winter's Tale, Royal Dramatic Theatre, 1994. Hermione, The Winter's Tale, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1995. Maria, Maria Stuart, Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: (As Pernilla Wallgren) Ingrid, Hur ska det gaa foer Pettersson?, 1984. Anna Aakerblom Bergman, ''Den goda viljan," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1994. Vanja Holm, En naemndemans doed (also known as Death of a Juror), SVT (Sweden), 1995. Anna, Enskilda samtal (also known as Private Confessions and Private Conversations), Arthaus, 1997. Pia, Offer och gaerningsmaen, SVT, 1999.

Appeared in The Last Yankee, Master of Strindberg, and Three Sisters.

Television Appearances; Movies: (As Pernilla Wallgren) Herr Sleeman kommer, 1983. (As Pernilla Oestergren) Gina Ekdahl, Vildanden, SVT (Sweden), 1989. (As Pernilla Oestergren) Thora Dardel, Den doeende dandyn, SVT, 1989. Patricia Hamilton, Den sista yankeen, SVT, 1997.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Star Wars Insider, June, 1999, pp. 30-32.

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BALDING, Rebecca 1955PERSONAL Born September 21, 1955, in Little Rock, AR. Career: Actress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Carla Mardigan, Lou Grant, CBS, 1977. Carol David, a recurring role, Soap, ABC, 1978-1980. Corky Crandall, Makin' It, ABC, 1979. This Is the Life, beginning c. 1983. Television Appearances; Episodic: Officer Perkowitz, 'little Girl Lost," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976. Parker, "Jaime's Shield: Parts 1 & 2," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1976. Carol Lansing, "Dwarf in a Helium Hat," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. Maggie Revell, "Prime Target," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1978. Mickie Marra, "Class in Crime," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1978. Ellen Bradford, "The Green Girl," Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Nan Kimball, "The Woman in White," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. Penny, "Flashback," Hotel, ABC, 1983. Sonia Maltese, "Burn Out," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1983. "New York ... Winning Can Be Murder," Lottery!, ABC, 1983. Karen Banks, "Working at It," Family Ties, NBC, 1984. Sarah, "Apostle of Death," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984. Gail Witherspoon, Our House, ABC, 1986.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Amy Franklin, Deadly Game, ABC, 1977. Julie Pelham, The Gathering, 1977. Julie Pelham, The Gathering, Part II, 1979.

1990. Danny Morgan, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992. Travis, Bitter Harvest, Prism Entertainment, 1993. Jimmy "Little J" Teeters, Posse, Gramercy, 1993. Tuff Hedeman, Eight Seconds (also known as Eight Seconds to Glory and The Lane Frost Story), New Line Cinema, 1994. Stuart, Threesome, TriStar, 1994. Tanny Newland, A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista,

Television Appearances; Other: Harriet Kleinfeld, The French Atlantic Affair (miniseries), 1979. Jenny Collins, Mr. & Mrs. & Mr. (pilot), CBS, 1980.

1994. Leon, Fall Time, Live Entertainment, 1994. Roger Spalding, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (also known as Mrs. Parker and the Round Table), Fine Line, 1994. Michael McManus, The Usual Suspects (also known as Die Ueblichen Verdaechtigen), Gramercy, 1995. Buzzard Wall, Under the Hula Moon, Trident Releasing, 1995. Bobby McMahon, Crimetime, Trimark Pictures, 1996. Doyle Johnson, Bio-Dome, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,

Film Appearances: Scotty Parker, Silent Scream, American Cinema, 1980. Irish Michaels, The Boogens, Jensen Farley/Taft International, 1981.

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1996. Mark Dodge, Fled, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Bo Dietl, One Tough Cop, Stratosphere Entertainment,

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1998. Officer, Troy, Cross Country, 1998. MacGyver Smoker, Half Baked, 1998. Murphy, The Sex Monster, Trimark Pictures, 1999. Jon, Friends & Lovers, Universal Studios Home Video, 1999. Barney Rubble, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (also known as The Flintstones 2), MCA/Universal,

Full name, Stephen Andrew Baldwin; born May 13, 1966, in Massapequa, NY; son of Alexander Rae (a high school social studies teacher and football coach) and Carol Newcomb (maiden name, Martineau) Baldwin; brother of Alexander Rae ("Alec"), William, and Daniel Baldwin (all actors); cousin of Joseph Baldwin (an actor); married Kennya Deodato (a graphic designer), June, 1990; children: Alaia, Hailey Rhode. Education: Attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City.

1999. Mechanic, Mercy, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000. Jimmy, Table One, 2000. Protection, Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2001. Biff, Keeping It Real: The Adventures of Greg Wai loch, Avatar Films, 2001. Clay Harding, Spider's Web, Columbia TriStar/Mainline Releasing, 2001. Greenmail, Blockbuster Video, 2001. Sean Linden, Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice, Universal Home Entertainment, 2002. Johnny, Deadrockstar, Brink Films/Mosaic Films, 2002. Andy, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Hollywood Pictures, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists Talent, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Manager—Chris Marsh, 6337 La Mirada, Los Angeles, CA 90038. Publicist—James Moore, James Moore Associates, 1911 Hillhurst Ave., Suite 199A, Los Angeles, CA 90027. Career: Actor. Co-owner of Anthony's Cigar Emporium, beginning c. 1998, and Alaia (restaurant), New York City. Appeared in commercials, including ones for M & M's candies, 2000, and Calvin Klein. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, The Young Riders, ABC, 1989-1992.

Film Appearances: Golikov, The Beast (also known as The Beast of War), Columbia, 1988. Luna Park drunk, Homeboy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Sal, Last Exit to Brooklyn (also known as Letzte Ausfahrt Brooklyn), Cinecom, 1989.

Television Appearances; Movies: Eddie Carlucci, Jury Duty: The Comedy (also known as The Great American Sex Scandal), ABC, 1990. Adams, New Eden, 1994. Weed, Dead Weekend, Showtime, 1995. Rick Postley, Sub Down (also known as Crush Depth), USA Network, 1997. 31

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John Trace, Scar City (also known as S.C.A.R. and Scarred City), HBO, 1998. Caleb Barnes, Absence of the Good, HBO, 1999. First clone and third Toffler, X Change, HBO, 2000. Agent Vic Cooper (some sources cite Victor Caruso), Cutaway, USA Network, 2000. Jack Bauer, Zebra Lounge (also known as Rendez-vous au Zebra Lounge), HBO, 2001. Desmond Caine, Dead Awake, Cinemax, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cigar Aficionado, March/April, 1998. Entertainment Weekly, December 15, 1995, p. 12. Jet, Augusts, 1996, p. 32. People Weekly, September 18, 1995, p. 27.

BARTILSON, Lynsey 1983(Lynsey Barilson)

Television Appearances; Episodic: Gutter Pup, 'The Prodigious Hickey" (also known as 'The Prodigious Mr. Hickey" and 'The Prodigious Mr. William Hicks"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1987. Gutter Pup, 'The Return of Hickey" (also known as "The Lawrenceville Stories"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1988. (As Steve Baldwin) Chuck Berry, "All about E.V.E.," China Beach, 1988. Bobby, "Beyond Therapy," Family Ties, 1988. Jimmy Siringo, "Mr. Pratt Goes to Sheridan," Legend, UPN, 1995. Himself, The Roseanne Show, syndicated, 1998. Voice of Charlie "Big Time" Bigelow, "Big Time," Batman Beyond, The WB, 2000. Barry, "The Doghouse," Night Visions, Fox, 2001. Himself, "Celebrity Edition II," Fear Factor, NBC, 2002.

PERSONAL Full name, Lynsey Marie Bartilson; born July 1, 1983, in Edina, MN; daughter of Stan (a computer consultant) and Laurie (a writer and attorney) Bartilson. Religion: Church of Scientology. Avocational Interests: Bowling, dancing, watching movies. Addresses: Agent—Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actress, dancer, choreographer, and singer. Performed with the dance companies RCP Kids Company, 1994, Dance Center Teen Company, and the SparkKids; Kids on Stage for a Better World (Scientologist outreach group), performer and creative director; member of the singing trio TKO, 2000. Appeared in commercials, including spots for Kodak photography products, Hardee's restaurants, and the Universal Studios theme park Islands of Adventure; also appeared in industrial films.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '92, ABC, 1991. Host, In a New Light: Sex Unplugged, ABC, 1995. Art Mann's 10th Anniversary Winter Special, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. Narrator, The Wild Ride of Outlaw Bikers, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Gary Busey, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Award, c. 1997, for Situation Tragedy; also won talent shows.

Television Appearances; Other: Himself, The Belles of Bleecker Street (pilot), ABC, 1991. Marty Still water and Alfie, Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder (miniseries; also known as Mr. Murder), ABC, 1998.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Host, "Lynsey Bartilson Question Time/' Kidsongs, 1995-1996. Parker Brookes, a recurring role, Party of Five, Fox, 1998. Lily Finnerty, Grounded for Life, Fox, 2001—.

Stage Appearances: John, His Story, Lamb's Theatre, New York City, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Lynsey Barilson) Barney singer, "Paul Dates a Buddhist," The Good Life, NBC, 1994. Megan, "The Undergraduate," Married... with Children, Fox, 1995. Sarah, "Bus Stop," The Faculty, ABC, 1996.

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Erin Heeney, "Herniated Nick/' Moloney, CBS, 1997. Erin Heeney, "Misconduct," Moloney, CBS, 1997. Erin Heeney, "Past Forgiveness," Moloney, CBS, 1997. Terri, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," 7th Heaven, The WB, 1997. Dina, "Sleeping with the Enemy," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1998. Tammy Sue, "Garage Sale," That '70s Show, Fox, 1999. Theresa, "The Christmas Star," Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX TV, 1999. Nikki Kurasek, "Gifted," Early Edition, CBS, 2000. Paige Thornburg, "Hey, Ugly!," Any Day Now, Lifetime, 2000. Performer, The Amanda Show, Nickelodeon, 2000. Cindy, "Four Eyes," The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001. Lynsey, "Hyde Gets the Girl," That '70s Show, Fox, 2001. Cynthia "Cindy" Beck, "San Diego Padre," Philly, ABC, 2002. Samantha Lightstone, "Thursday's Child," Judging Amy, CBS, 2002.

Center International, Church of Scientology, 1994. Effie Lou, Amelia Bedelia (musical), Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles, 1994. The Nutcracker (ballet), Jeffrey Ballet, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, 1994. Annie Oakley's little sister, Annie Get Your Gun (musical), 1995. Polchinelle and a mouse, The Nutcracker (ballet), Joffrey Ballet, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1995. The Repertoire, Myles Marsden Dance Company, 1995. Singer and dancer, Dream Out Loud (variety show), Kids on Stage for a Better World, 1995 and 1996. Lauren, Tight Quarters, Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles, 1996. Anybody and Maria (in dream ballet), West Side Story (musical), 1997. Young Maxine, Situation Tragedy, 1997. Dynamics!, Kids on Stage for a Better World, 1997 and 1998. Addie Loggins, Paper Moon (staged reading), Falcon Theatre, Toluca Lake, CA, 1999. Mrs. Earp (staged reading), 1999. Spirit of Play (musical variety show), 1999. Dinah Lord, The Philadelphia Story, Court Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, 2000. Creating a New Reality, Kids on Stage for a Better World, 2000.

Appeared as Kim Calloway in an episode of Judging Amy, CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Adventures with Baaco, PBS, 1993. Gloria Mandelbaum, Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane, The WB, 1999. Val Whitney, Odd Man Out, ABC, 1999.

Appeared as the little mermaid, Golden Dreams, and in Make It Happen, both Kids on Stage for a Better World; appeared as the urchin, "The Ghost of Christmas Present," Young Jenny Scrooge (musical); appeared in the title role in three different productions, Annie (musical), between 1995 and 1996.

Appeared in the unaired pilot Immediate Family, ABC.

Stage Appearances; Major Tours: Chain Reaction, Kids on Stage for a Better World, southern California cities, 2001.

Television Appearances; Other: Nora Kilkenny, Mrs. Santa Claus (movie), CBS, 1996. The Teen Choice Awards 2001 (awards presentation), Fox, 2001.

Toured in the title role, Ramona Quimby.

Film Appearances: Voice of a Japanese girl, Warriors of Waverly Street (animated), Imperial Entertainment/Trimark, 1997. Jac Benson, When I Was a Boy (short film), American Film Institute, 1998. Voice of Isabella Noble-Rat, Die Story von Monty Spinnerratz (also known as A Rat's Tale), Englishlanguage version, Legacy Releasing, 1998.

Stage Work; Choreographer: Spirit of Play (musical variety show), 1999. Creating a New Reality, Kids on Stage for a Better World, 2000. Stage Work; Director; Major Tours: Chain Reaction, Kids on Stage for a Better World, southern California cities, 2001.

Stage Appearances: The Nutcracker (ballet), Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA, 1991. The Nutcracker (ballet), San Gabriel Civic Auditorium, San Gabriel, CA, 1992. Gladys Herdmann, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Serendipity Theatre Company, 1993.

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Also appeared as Aviva del Sol in an educational interactive video series, 1992. Music Videos: (With Kids on Stage for a Better World; also choreographer and director) "Don't Pass Me By" (music video), 2000. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Celebrity, August, 2001. Electronic: Lynsey Bartilson Home Page, http://www. lynseybartilson.com, September 27, 2002.

BASSETT, Angela 1958PERSONAL Born August 16, 1958, in New York, NY; raised in St. Petersburg, FL; daughter of Betty Bassett (a civil servant and social worker); married Courtney B. Vance (an actor), October 12, 1997. Education: Yale University, B.A., African-American studies and theatre studies, 1980, M.F.A., drama, 1983.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Television reporter, F/X (also known as F/X—Murder by Illusion and Murder by Illusion), Orion, 1986. Air Alaska stewardess, Kindergarten Cop, Universal, 1990. Reva Styles (some sources cite Reva Devereaux), Boyz N the Hood (also known as Boys in the Hood), Columbia, 1991. Reesha Himes, City of Hope, Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Fran, Critters 4, New Line Cinema, 1992. U.S. Attorney Sinclair, Innocent Blood (also known as A French Vampire in America), Warner Bros., 1992. Betty Shabazz, Malcolm X, Warner Bros., 1992. Dawn/Rhonda, Passion Fish, Miramax, 1992. Tina Turner/Anna Mae Bullock, What's Love Got to Do with It, Buena Vista, 1993. Bernadine "Bernie" Harris, Waiting to Exhale, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Rita Veder, Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn), Paramount, 1995. Betty Shabazz, Panther, Gramercy, 1995. Lornette "Mace" Mason, Strange Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1996. Rachel Constantine, Contact, Warner Bros., 1997. Bessie Coleman, Wings against the Wind, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—Kevin Huvane, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Doug Chapin, Krost/Chapin, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 430, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. PublicistLisa Kasteler, Wolf-Kasteler and Associates, 132 South Rodeo Dr., Suite 3000, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress and producer. Toured with Negro Ensemble Company, 1983; Arena Stage, Washington, DC, guest artist, 1987-88. Once worked as a secretary in a salon and as a photo researcher for U.S. News & World Report. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best actress, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a motion picture comedy or musical, Image Award, outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best female performance, all 1994, for What's Love Got to Do with It; Black Women of Achievement Award, Legal Defense and Educational Fund, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1994; Image Award, outstanding supporting actress in a motion 34

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Voice of Miles's mom, Our Friend, Martin, Starz!, 1999. Host, The Concert of the Century for VH1 Save the Music, VH1, 1999. Presenter, VH1 Divas 2000: A Tribute to Diana Ross, VH1, 2000. Host, Faded Sequins, Tattered Dreams: Saving Hollywood's Classic Costumes, AMC, 2000. Narrator, ''Voices of Liberty/' Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, NBC, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Terry McMillan, Lifetime, 2001.

Stella Payne, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Cosm, 1999. 50 Violins, Miramax, 1999. Kaela Evans, Supernova, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1999. Janet Williams, Music of the Heart, Miramax, 1999. Voice of Groove, Whispers: An Elephant's Tale, Buena Vista, 2000. Lena, Boesman and Lena, Kino International, 2000. Diane, The Score, Paramount, 2001. Desiree Perry, Sunshine State, Sony Pictures Classics, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Mrs. Mitchell, "Mr. Quiet," The Cosby Show, 1985. Joe's daughter, "The Choice," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1985. Paula, "Bookworm," The Cosby Show, 1988. Renee Longstreet, "Eyewitness News," Alien Nation, Fox, 1989. Bailey Webster, "The Master's Mirror," A Man Called Hawk, ABC, 1989. Bailey Webster, "Never My Love," A Man Called Hawk, ABC, 1989. Kate Harriton, "Legacy," thirtysomething, ABC, 1989. Lieutenant Camilla Patterson, "Hard Stripe," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1989. Lieutenant Camilla Patterson, "The Volunteer," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1989. Amy Burnett, "A Pampered Tale," 227, 1989. Cheryl McNair, "Challenger," ABC Theatre, ABC, 1990. Linda Lake, "Beat the Clock," The Flash, CBS, 1991. Evelyn, "Sanctuary for a Child," Nightmare Cafe, NBC, 1992. Storytime, 1994. Herself, Reading Rainbow, PBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies: Prostitute at headquarters, Doubletake (also known as Switch), CBS, 1985. Linda Thornton, Liberty, NBC, 1986. Lori, In the Best Interest of the Child (also known as A Mother's Plea), CBS, 1990. Carla Peters, Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer, NBC, 1990. Willie, Locked Up: A Mother's Rage (also known as The Other Side of Love and They're Doing My Time: The Delores Donovan Story), CBS, 1991. Pat Clark, Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story (also known as Blind Hate, Season for Justice: The Morris Dees Story, and Triumph over Hate: The Morris Dees Story), NBC, 1991. Lois, One Special Victory (also known as Another Side of Winning and Good Enough to Win), NBC, 1991. First Lieutenant Phoebe Jeter, The Heroes of Desert Storm, ABC, 1991. Allison, Fire! Trapped on the 37th Floor, ABC, 1991. Ruby Delacrois, Ruby's Bucket of Blood, Showtime, 2001. Rosa McCauley Parks, The Rosa Parks Story, CBS, 2002.

Also appeared in The Guiding Light. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Essence Awards, Fox, 1994. The 26th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1994. Presenter, The MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1994. Presenter, The 20th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, The 15th Annual CableACE Awards, TNT, 1994. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1995. The 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1996. Presenter, The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, CBS, 1996. Presenter, The 72nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 2000. Presenter, The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bev Andress, Family of Spies: The Walker Spy Ring (also known as Family of Spies), CBS, 1990. Katherine Jackson, The Jacksons: An American Dream (also known as The Jackson Five), ABC, 1992. Voice, "A Century of Women/' CNN Perspectives, CNN, 1994. Narrator, Africans in America: America's Journey through Slavery, PBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: My Man Bovanne (also known as Ossie and Ruby), PBS, 1987. The Winans' Real Meaning of Christmas, syndicated, 1993. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. Count on Me, PBS, 1993. Voice of Zora Neale Hurston, A Century of Women (also known as A Family of Women), TBS, 1994. Comic Relief VII, HBO, 1995. 35

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Presenter, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 2001. The 32nd NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2001. Cochair, The 16th Annual IFPA/Vest Independent Spirit Awards, Independent Film Channel, 2001. Narrator, And Then One Night: The Making of'Dead Man Walking," PBS, 2001. The 33rd NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2002.

Periodicals: Ebony, September, 1998, pp. 68-72. Empire, Issue 82, 1996, p. 59. Entertainment Weekly, December 8, 1995, p. 16. Essence, December, 1995, pp. 78-81. Femme Fatales, February 25, 2000, pp. 12-15. Interview, June, 1993, pp. 84-87. Jet, August 11, 1997, p. 58; September 7, 1998, p. 36. Just for Black Men, January, 1999, pp. 40-43. Movieline, September, 1998, pp. 68-71, 98. Newsweek, July 1, 2002, p. 54. Parade, February 17, 2002, pp. 4-6. People Weekly, January 29, 1996, p. 94; July 21, 1997, p. 106; August 17, 1998, p. 110. Premiere, December, 1992, pp. 39-40. Time, August 17, 1998, p. 74. Variety, March 16, 1998, p. 74.

Television Appearances; Other: Dr. Willie Burns, a recurring role, STAT (series), ABC, 1991. Malika, Angle, the Lieutenant (pilot), ABC, 1992. Television Work; Movies: Producer, Ruby's Bucket of Blood, Showtime, 2001. Executive producer and coproducer, The Rosa Parks Story, CBS, 2002. Executive producer, Our America, Showtime, 2002.

BENEDICT, Jay 1951Stage Appearances: Beef, No Chicken, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1981-1982. Colored People's Time, off-Broadway production, 1982. Eve, Noah's wife, Mary, and Gill, The Mystery Plays, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1984-1985. Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Broadway production, 1985. Martha Pentecost, Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1985-1986, then Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1986-1987, later Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1987-1988, and Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1988. Ruth Ann, Black Girl, Second Stage, Washington, DC, 1986. The Painful Adventures of Pericles, Prince of Tyre, Hartford Stage Company, 1986-1987. Lady Percy, King Henry IV, Part I, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1987. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Martinson Hall, Public Theater, New York City, 1998.

PERSONAL Born 1951, in Burbank, CA; married; children: three. Education: Attended Central School for Speech and Drama, London, c. 1969-72. Addresses: Agent—Yakety Yak Agency, 8 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A2UA, England. Career: Actor. Provided voices for ads. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Deak, Star Wars (also known as Star Wars IV: A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Mad professor, Licensed to Love and Kill, 1978. Corporal Daniel Giler, Hanover Street, 1979. Gerry Gallagher, The Mine and the Minotaur, 1980. Guy Langois, French Middleweight champion, Victor/ Victoria, Metro-Go I dwyn-Mayer, 1982. Dr. Sloan, The Lonely Lady, 1983. Luke, Where Is Parsifal?, 1984. (Special edition) Russ Jorden, Aliens, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Clerc, "Les annees terribles," La revolution francaise (also known as Die Franzoesische Revolution and The French Revolution), 1989. Captain Fox, Jeniec Europy (also known as The Hostage of Europe and L'otage de rEurope), 1989. Joe Dimandino, Diamond Skulls (also known as Dark Obsession), Circle Films, 1989.

Also appeared in an off-Broadway production of Antigone. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 23, Gale,

1999. Current Biography Yearbook, Gale, 1996. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. Newsmakers 1994, Issue 4, Gale, 1994. 36

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Psychiatrist, Hemingway, syndicated, 1988. Warburg: A Man of Influence, 1991. TV director, To Be the Best, CBS, 1992. Roger, Only Love (also known as Erich Segal's Only Love), CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Martin Colley, "Diplomatic Incident," Bergerac, BBC, 1990. Bob, "Whoopee, We're All Going to Die," 2point4 Children, BBC, 1993. Vet, "Stan Down," Lexx, syndicated, 2001. Alan Kalanak, "Satan's Chimney," Jonathan Creek, BBC1,2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Private Floyd Tutt, Yanks Go Home, ITV, 1977. Voice of Shiro Hagen (Shiro Ginga—UK version), Ekkusu bonba (also known as Cho uchu mashin ekkusu bonba, Star Fleet, and Super Space Machine X Bomber), 1980. Doug Hamilton, Emmerdale Farm (also known as Emmerdale), YTV, 1997. Paul Matthiews, Cap des pins (also known as The Tide of Life), 1998-2000.

Stage Appearances: Understudy for the role of Frankenfurter, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, King's Road production, London, 1975. Also appeared as an ostrich, Zizi je t'aime; in Annie Get Your Gun; Guys and Dolls; appeared in productions at Mayfair Theater, Santa Monica, CA, and at National Theatre, London.

Also appeared as various voices, Coco Sinel (animated), French TV; various voices, Grandpa Strawberries Inventions (animated); in Thundery & Lighty.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Simon the Sorcerer 2, Adventuresoft, 1995. 3 Skulls of the Toltecs, Time Warner Interactive, 1996. The Peebles Files, Adventuresoft, 1997. F/A-18E Super Hornet, Interplay, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Brice, Come Back, Little Sheba (also known as Laurence Olivier Presents: Come Back, Little Sheba), BBC, 1977. Didier Le Clair, The Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission, NBC, 1985. Austin, Un metier du seigneur (also known as Der Verraeter), 1986. Eli, Harnessing Peacocks, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Halloran, International Affairs editor Global News Network, Death Train (also known as Alistair Maclean's Death Train and Detonator), USA Network, 1993. Dr. Burkhardt, murdered dentist, Genghis Cohn, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Verigny, "Sharped Company/' Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1995. Verigny, "Sharpe's Enemy/' Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1995. Verigny, "Sharpe's Honour," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1995. Monsieur Crosby, Le tete d'un homme, 1996. Monsieur Crosby, Maigret et la tete d'un homme, 1996. Colonel Brady, Les heritiers (also known as Cli eredi), 1997. Cowboy doctor, This Could Be the Last Time, 1998. Walter Muller, Petits nuages d'ete, 1998. Darryl Zanuck, RKO281, HBO, 1999.

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technical director, 1986; Whitney/Demos Productions, Los Angeles, director of production research, 1986-88; Master VideoWorks, Los Angeles, director of computer animation, 1989; also worked in computer animation in Montreal. Second City, Los Angeles, member of company, 1989-90; also performed as standup comic. Los Angeles International Animation Celebration, judge, 1989.

Henri Pepin, "Eye of the Beholder," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1994. French operative, "Church of Metropolis," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1994. Lurker, "The Quality of Mercy," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. Voice, "The Route of All Evil," Home Improvement, ABC, 1995. Maitre d', "Blind Ambition," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Henri, "The Last Temptation," Living Single, Fox, 1995. "A Pup in Paris, "The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Mr. Gilbert, "Hollywood Honors Male Prostitute!," The Naked Truth, ABC, 1996. "Stuck on You," The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1996. Claude, "Dr. No," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1996. "The Credit Card," USA High, USA Network, 1997. Maitre d', S.O.F. Special Ops Force, syndicated, 1997. Maitre d', "Alone Again ... Naturally," Ellen, ABC, 1997. Vincent, General Hospital, ABC, 1997. Andre, "Caroline and the Secret," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1998. Sales manager, "My Nightmare, the Car," Sabrina the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1998. Donald Wise, The Young and the Restless, CBS, 1998. Dr. Jeff Grant, "Eden," Vengeance Unlimited, ABC, 1998. Michel, "One Date at a Time," Holding the Baby, Fox,

Awards, Honors: Best Technical Contribution Award, Eurographics, 1981; Computer Graphics '82 Film Award, 1982, for Dream Flight; Computer Graphics '85 Film Award, Golden Globe Award, and 1st Prize Computer Award, all 1985, for Tony de Peltrie; Grand Prize, Rochester International Film Festival, 1994, for Mime's Eye. CREDITS Film Appearances: John Berger, Est & ouest: Les paradis perdus (also known as East & West: Paradises Lost), 1993. Jean-Claude Ennui, Plump Fiction, Legacy Releasing, 1996. Sammy Barbieri, South Bureau Homicide, Noche Entertainment, 1996. (As Phillip Bergeron) French committee member, Contact, Warner Bros., 1997. Ponthieu, Folle d'elle (also known as What I Did for Love), UGC-Fox Distribution, 1998. Ballad of the Nightingale, August Entertainment, 1998. Jean-Claude, Godzilla, TriStar, 1998. Rejected by Vultures, Desert Escape/Punk A.B., 1998. Dr. Simon Thorne, Future Murder, Hollywood Video, 2000. Antoine, Shadow Hours, Newmark Films, 2000. Waiter, The Family Man, MCA/Universal, 2000. Lecours, Mangier 2, Artisan Entertainment, 2001.

1998. "Under Pressure," Jack & Jill, The WB, 2000. "Force from the Future: Part 2," Power Rangers Time Force, Fox, 2001. Waiter, "Salvation," JAG, CBS, 2001. Alliance Officer Lucques Trepotier, "Rendezvous," Alias, ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Phillip Bergeron) Second employee, Working, NBC, 1997. RECORDINGS

Also appeared in Shooter's. Video Games: Voice of Jean, Gabriel Knight: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned, Sierra On-Line, 1999.

Film Work; Computer-Generated Films: Codirector, Dream Flight, 1982. Director, Tony de Peltrie, 1985. Character animator, Breaking the Ice, RKO Radio Pictures, 1987.

BERMAN, Rick 1945Also affiliated with the film Mime's Eye. PERSONAL Television Appearances; Episodic: Immigration inspector, "Mommy Dearest/' Cafe America!n, NBC, 1993. French reporter, "Fjord Eyes Only/' Murphy Brown, CBS, 1994.

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What on Earth, HBO, 1982. (Supervising producer) Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1987.

Addresses: Office—Rick Berman Productions, 5555 Melrose Ave., Cooper 232, Los Angeles, CA 90038. Career: Producer and documentary filmmaker. Producer of documentary and industrial films for clients, including the United Nations and the United States Information Agency; Warner Bros. Television, director of dramatic development, 1984; Paramount Network Television, director of current programming, 1984, executive director of dramatic programming, c. 1985, vice president, beginning in 1986, and head of Star Trek franchise. Rick Berman Productions, producer, 1997—. Executive producer of Star Trek: The Experience (entertainment attraction), Las Vegas, NV, 1998.

Television Work; Creator; Series: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as Deep Space Nine, DS9, and Star Trek: DS9), syndicated, 1993-1999. (With others) Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1995-2001. Enterprise, UPN, 2001—. Television Work; Creator and Executive Producer; Pilots: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—Emissary (also known as Emissary), syndicated, 1993. Star Trek: Voyager—Caretaker (also known as Caretaker), UPN, 1995. Enterprise: Broken Bow (also known as Star Trek Enterprise: Broken Bow), UPN, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding drama series, 1994, for Star Trek: The Next Generation; Emmy Award, outstanding children's series, for The Big Blue Marble.

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Television Work; Supervising Producer; Pilots: Star Trek: The Next Generation—Encounter at Farpoint (also known as Encounter at Farpoint), syndicated, 1987.

Film Work; Producer: Star Trek: Generations (also known as Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Movie and Star Trek 7], Paramount, 1994. Star Trek: First Contact (also known as Star Trek: Borg, Star Trek: Destinies, Star Trek 8, Star Trek: Future Generations, Star Trek: Generations II, and Star Trek: Resurrection), Paramount, 1996. Star Trek: IMAX, IMAX/Paramount, 1998. Star Trek: Insurrection (also known as Star Trek: Millennium, Star Trek: Nemesis, Star Trek 9, Star Trek: Past and Future, Star Trek: Pathfinder, Star Trek: Prime Directive, Star Trek: Rebellion, and Star Trek: Transcendence), Paramount, 1998. (Executive producer) Star Trek: The Experience, Paramount, 1998. Star Trek: Nemesis, Paramount, 2002.

Television Work; Specials: (Producer) The Primal Mind, PBS, 1982. (Creator) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—Behind the Scenes, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special, 1991. Inside the New Adventure—Star Trek: Voyager, syndicated, 1995. Journey's End—The Saga of Star Trek: The Next Generation, 1995. The Second Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1996. America Loves ... Star Trek, The Nashville Network, 2001.

Television Work; Executive Producer; Series: (With others) Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1988-1989. Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1989-1994. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as Deep Space Nine, DS9, and Star Trek: DS9), syndicated, 1993-1999. Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1995-2001. Enterprise, UPN, 2001—.

RECORDINGS Video Games; Creator: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion (also known as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode Guide), Imergy/Simon & Schuster Interactive, 1999. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—The Fallen, Collective Studios, 1999. Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force, Activision, 2000. WRITINGS

Television Work; Producer; Series: (Senior producer) The Big Blue Marble, PBS, 1977-1982.

Screenplays: Star Trek: Nemesis, Paramount, 2002.

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Stories for Films: Star Trek: Generations (also known as Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Movie and Star Trek 7), Paramount, 1994. Star Trek: First Contact (also known as Star Trek: Borg, Star Trek: Destinies, Star Trek 8, Star Trek: Future Generations, Star Trek: Generations II, and Star Trek: Resurrection), Paramount, 1996. Star Trek: IMAX, IMAX/Paramount, 1998. Star Trek: Insurrection (also known as Star Trek: Millennium, Star Trek: Nemesis, Star Trek 9, Star Trek: Past and Future, Star Trek: Pathfinder, Star Trek: Prime Directive, Star Trek: Rebellion, and Star Trek: Transcendence), Paramount, 1998. Star Trek 3D, Paramount/IMAX, 2000. Star Trek: Nemesis, Paramount, 2002.

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PERSONAL Born 1987; mother's name, Rosie. Addresses: Agent—Stein Entertainment Group, 11271 Ventura Blvd., Suite 477, Studio City, CA 91604-3136; Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—c/o Academy Kids Management, 4942 Vineland Ave., #103, North Hollywood, CA91601.

Teleplays; Series: (Story) Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1995-2001.

Career: Actor. Plush (rock band), member. Teleplays; Pilots: (Story) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—Emissary (also known as Emissary), syndicated, 1993. (Story) Star Trek: Voyager—Caretaker (also known as Caretaker), UPN, 1995. (With Brannon Braga) Enterprise: Broken Bow (also known as Star Trek Enterprise: Broken Bow), UPN, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best performance in a feature film, 1998, for Free Willy 3: The Rescue; Young Star Award nomination, best young actor, 2000, for Manhattan, AZ; Young Artist Award nomination, best performance in a TV movie, 2001, for Baby. CREDITS

Teleplays; Episodic: "Brothers/' Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1990. "A Matter of Time/' Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1991. (With Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky) 'Timeless/' Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1998. (With Braga and Menosky) "Equinox," Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1999. (With Braga) "Fight or Flight," Enterprise, UPN, 2001. (With Braga) "Terra Nova," Enterprise, UPN, 2001. (With Braga) "Unexpected," Enterprise, UPN, 2001. (With Braga) "A Night in Sickbay," Enterprise, UPN, 2002. (With Braga) "The Seventh," Enterprise, UPN, 2002. (With Braga) "Shockwave: Parts 1 & 2," Enterprise, UPN, 2002. (With Braga) "Shuttlepod One," Enterprise, UPN, 2002. (With Braga) "Vanishing Point," Enterprise, UPN, 2002.

Film Appearances: Rascal, The Little Rascals, Universal, 1994. Young Griffin, Sleepstalker (also known as Sleepstalker: The Sandman's Last Rites), 1995. Matty Harris, Dominion, Prism, 1995. Deke, Breakdown, Paramount, 1997. Max Wesley, Free Willy 3: The Rescue, Warner Bros., 1997. Carmine Dellarosa, Hoods, Pioneer North America, 1998. Nerve, Sugar Town, October Films, 1999. Television Apppearances; Series: Atticus Henderson, Manhattan, AZ, USA Network, 2000. Television Appearances; Movies: A Case for Life, ABC, 1996. Edgar Keller, Amnesia, The Movie Channel, 1996. Jimmy Hanlon, The Fury Within, USA Network, 1998. Lalo Baldetti, Baby, TNT, 2000. Frederick Finch, Sou/keeper, Sci-Fi Channel, 2001.

Berman's stories formed the basis of several episodes for the various "Star Trek" television series. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Who Turned Out the Lights?," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995.

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BETTS (As Hunt Powers) Tamayo, Per una bara plena di dollari (also known as A Barrel Full of Dollars, Coffin Full of Dollars, Nevada Kid, and Showdown for a Badman), Elektra, 1970. (As Hunt Powers) Inginocchiati straniero ... / cadaver! non fanno ombra! (also known as Stranger That Kneels beside the Shadow of a Corpse), 1970. (As Hunt Powers) Halleluja, Giu le mani ... Carogna (also known as The Django Story, Down with Your Hands ... You Scum!, and Reach You Bastard}, Tarquinia, 1970. (As Hunt Powers) Arrivano Django e Sartana ... e la fine (also known as Django and Sartana Are Coming ... It's the End, Django and Sartana ... Showdown in the West, Final Conflict... Django Against Sartana, and Sartana If Your Left Arm Offends, Cut It Off), Tarquinia, 1970. (As Hunt Powers) Boulevard du rhum (also known as El bulevar del ron, La via del rhum, and Rum Runners), Libert, 1971. (As Hunt Powers) Quel maledetto giorno d'inverno ... Django e Sartana all'ultimo (also known as Django e Sartana and One Damned Day at Dawn ... Django Meets Sartana!), Tarquinia, 1971. (As Hunt Powers) Butch Cassidy, Giu la testa ... hombre (also known as Ballad of Django, Doppia taglia per Minnesota Stinky, Fistful of Death, and Strange Tale of Minnesota Stinky), Electra Compagnia, 1971. (As Hunt Powers) ... E lo chiamarono Spirito Santo (also known as And His Name Was Holy Ghost and He Was Called the Holy Ghost), Cepa, 1971. (As Hunt Powers) A.A.A. Massaggiatrice bella presenza offresi..., Tarquinia, 1972. (As Hunt Powers) Lou, The Assassination of Trotsky (also known as L' assassinat de Trotsky and L' assassinio di Trotsky), Cinerama, 1972. Detective, The Chair (also known as Hot Seat), Imperial, 1989. Cavanaugh, Dead Men Don't Die, Academy, 1990. C. C/s father, White Trash, 1992. Frank, the golfer, Falling Down (also known as Chute libre), Warner Bros., 1993. Fisherman, Batman Forever (also known as Forever), Warner Bros., 1995. Syd, The Scottish Tale, The Asylum, 1996. Party guest, Batman & Robin, Warner Bros., 1997. Boris Karloff, Goofs and Monsters, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Judge, Office Space (also known as Cubiculos de la oficina), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Butler, 8 MM (also known as 8mm—Acht Millimeter), Columbia, 1999. Vernon, The Next Best Thing, Paramount, 2000. Thad Whitney, True Rights, Soudelux, 2000. Wes Standon, Mockingbird Don't Sing, Mainline Releasing, 2001. Henry Balkan, Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002. Jack McGuire, Irish Eyes (also known as Irish Eyes Are Crying)f Shooting Spree, 2002.

Scooter, 'The Briarton Syndrome/' The Jeff Foxworthy Show, NBC, 1997. Scooter, "The Good, the Bad, and the Hairless," The Jeff Foxworthy Show, NBC, 1997. T. J. Browner, "A Delicate Balance," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Will, "Home," Early Edition, CBS, 1997. Steve, "Do Something," 7th Heaven, The WB, 1997. "Helluva Life," Brimstone, Fox, 1999. Seth Willows, "Rites of Spring," ER, NBC, 1999. Rich, "Never Too Young," Smart Guy, The WB, 1999. Seth Willows, "Getting to Know You," ER, NBC, 1999.

Also appeared as Kevin Taylor in an episode of Prey, ABC. Television Appearances; Specials: Joe Murphy, R. L Stine's Ghosts of Fear Street, ABC,

1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ben Tollman, Out There, ABC, 1997. Dave Spath, Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2000.

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Born in Miami, FL. Career: Actor. Sometimes credited as Jack Powers Betts. Awards, Honors: Festival Award nomination, outstanding acting (male), Brooklyn Film Festival, 2000, for True Rights.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Cliff Bowers, The Bloody Brood, Allied Artists, 1959. Bill Cannon, "Baby," One Plus One (also known as 7 -f 1 and Arch Oboler's 1 + 1: Exploring the Kinsey Reports), Selected, 1961. (As Hunt Powers) Sugar Colt, Interpeninsular, 1966. (As Hunt Powers) Santo, La piu grande rapina net west (also known as The Greatest Kidnapping in the West, The Greatest Robbery in the West, and Halleluja for Django), 1967.

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Television Appearances; Series: Chris Devlin, Checkmate, CBS, 1962. Dr. Ken Martin, General Hospital, ABC, 1963. Dr. Wilson Frost, The Guiding Light (also known as Guiding Light), CBS, 1973-1974. Dr. Ivan Kipling, One Life to Live, ABC, 1979-1982, 1985. Louis St. George, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1982-1983. Lars Bogard #3, All My Children, 1983. Dr. David Glenn, Search for Tomorrow, NBC, 1986. John Cutter, The Guiding Light (also known as Guiding Light), CBS, 1987. Hugh Gardner, Generations, NBC, 1989. Councilor Brody, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Fox, 1999.

Walter Gallen, "Blood Is Thicker than Steele/' Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. Harry Busby, "A Kick in the Caboose," Sisters, NBC, 1993. Mr. Green, "The Doorman," Seinfeld, NBC, 1995. Gene Murdock, "Dr. Kramer," Deadly Games, UPN, 1996. Ian, "Ham Radio," Frasier, NBC, 1997. Walter, "Cruising with Marie," Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 1999. Tom, "The One with Joey's New Brain," Friends, NBC, 2001. Roberto, The Young and the Restless, CBS, 2002. Also appeared as Mark Harris, In the Heat of the Night

Television Appearances; Movies: Ethan Frome, CBS, 1960. Governor, Just My Imagination, NBC, 1992. Director, Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair, USA Network, 1993. Doc Morton, Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert (also known as Fugitive Nights), NBC, 1993. Waldo Marcel, Power 98, HBO, 1996. Elder, Alien Avengers II (also known as Alien Among Us, Roger Corman Presents Alien Avengers II and Welcome to Planet Earth //), The Movie Channel, 1997. Tyre, The Big Fall, HBO, 1997. Senator, Running Mates, TNT, 2000.

BEYONCE See KNOWLES, Beyonce

BLALOCK, Jolene 1975PERSONAL Born March 5, 1975, in San Diego, CA. Education: Attended Terri Berlin Theatrical Workshop, Los Angeles, and Dwight Bacquie Rehearsal Workshop, Toronto; studied with Kevin McCormick at Equity Showcase Theatre, Toronto; studied improvisation with Second City, Toronto. Avocational Interests: Photography, art, surfing, skate-boarding, Thai boxing, roller skating, snow-boarding.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: First conference doctor, Intruders, CBS, 1992. Earl Wilson, Sinatra, CBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bert Nickols, "The Case of the Impatient Partner," Perry Mason, CBS, 1961. "The Button-down Break," Checkmate, CBS, 1961. Enos Watterton, "The Case of the Double-Entry Mind," Perry Mason, CBS, 1962. "The Jury," Bonanza, NBC, 1962. (As Hunt Powers) Lieutenant Kinner, "Decision," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1964. George Parsons, "The Case of the Wooden Nickels," Perry Mason, CBS, 1964. Defense attorney Barker, "All the Streets Are Silent," The F.B.I., ABC, 1965. (As Hunt Powers) Woods, "Special Delivery," The F.B.I., ABC, 1966. Bruce Strickland, "The Case of the Fanciful Frail," Perry Mason, CBS, 1966. (As Hunt Powers) Allen Cole, "Force of Nature," The F.B.I., ABC, 1967. "Saturday Night in Venice," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1969. Paul Lawford, "The Condemned," Kojak, CBS, 1977. "Little Boy Blue," Falcon Crest, 1984.

Addresses: Agent—Michael Greenwald, Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actress. Worked as a model in Europe and Asia; also appeared in commercials. Awards, Honors: Saturn Award, best supporting actress in a television series, and Cinescape Genre Face of the Future Award, both Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 2002, for Enterprise. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Vulcan High Command Sub-commander T'Pol, Enterprise, UPN, 2001. Host of the series Big Spike. 42

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Television Appearances; Movies: Dave Kemp, Many Happy Returns, CBS, 1986. Hospital worker, As Is, Showtime, 1986. Rookies, HBO, 1990. Darren, Amy Fisher: My Story (also known as Lethal Lolita—Amy Fisher: My Story), NBC, 1992. A. C. Porker, The Trial of Red Riding Hood, CBC (Canada), 1992. Frank Giacalone, Getting Gotti, CBS, 1994. Roger Stalwart, No Contest, HBO, 1995. Adam Murphy, Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story (also known as Almost Golden), Lifetime, 1995. Charlie Runnels, Gridlock (also known as Obstruction and Gridlock—Die Falle)f NBC, 1996. Parking attendant, Harrison: Cry of the City, UPN, 1996. Peter Gorman, The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon (also known as The Philadelphia Phenomenon), ABC, 1998. Alonzo, Naked City: Justice with a Bullet, Showtime, 1998. Alonzo, Naked City: A Killer Christmas, Showtime, 1998. Neurologist, The Jenifer Estess Story, CBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Medea, Jason and the Argonauts, NBC, 2000. Ruby Grange, Diamond Hunters, syndicated, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Third woman, "Veronica's Breast Efforts," Veronica's Closet, NBC, 1998. Woman, "Prom Queen," The Love Boat: The Next Wave, UPN, 1999. "Truth," D.C., The WB, 2000. Libby, "Cougar Pines," C vs E, USA Network, 2000. "Justice," D.C., The WB, 2000. Laura Garas, "Crate n' Burial," C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 2000. Corporal Lisa Antoon, "Touch and Go," JAC, CBS, 2001. Also appeared in an episode of Sunset Beach. Television Appearances; Other: Mrs. Wagner, On the Edge (movie), Showtime, 2001. Sub-commander T'Pol, Enterprise: Broken Bow (pilot; also known as Star Trek Enterprise: Broken Bow), UPN, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: The Return of Ben Casey, syndicated, 1988. Topazzini, Hollywood Division, CBS, 1995. FX: The Illusion, syndicated, 1996.

Also appeared in The Sports Bar. Film Appearances: Queen for a Day (short Internet film), Atom Films, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Luke Novak, "African Journey," WonderWorks, PBS, 1989. Ewing and McGuire, J.F.K.: Reckless Youth, NBC, 1993.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: SFX, April, 2002, pp. 52-55.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Street vendor, "Take My Jokes, Please," Street Legal, CBC (Canada), 1987. Todd, "Master of Disguise," Friday the 13th (also known as Friday the 13th: The Series), syndicated, 1988. "Goliath Is My Name," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1988. Freak, "Night Creatures," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1989. Danny, "Coven of Darkness," Friday the 13th (also known as Friday the 13th: The Series), syndicated, 1989. "Collision Course," My Secret Identity, syndicated,

BLICKER, Jason PERSONAL Career: Actor. CREDITS

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Television Appearances; Series: Aubrey Fox, a recurring role, Robocop, syndicated, 1994. Detective Francis "Frank" Gatti, F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1996. Uncle Hescie, State of Grace, Fox, 2001.

Lenny Costa, "Breach of Trust," Street Legal, CBC, 1992. Lenny Costa, "November," Street Legal, CBC, 1992. Lenny Costa, "After the Fall," Street Legal, CBC, 1992. Bobby, "Unreality TV," Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. Jesse, "Force of Habit," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993. Murray, "Conviction of His Courage," Matrix, USA Network, 1993.

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Bobby Matteo, "Close Call/' Forever Knight, syndicated, 1994. Earl Dodd, 'The Needle and the Damage Done/' Sirens, syndicated, 1994. Shane, "A Bad Day," The Newsroom, CBC, 1996. Special Agent Helms, "The Edge," Due South, CBS, 1996. Shane, "The Kevorkian Joke," The Newsroom, CBC, 1996. Rabbi Stern, "The Attitude," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997. Jacob Heschel, "Mob Mentality," Michael Hayes, CBS, 1998. Allen Venable, "Violet Inviolate," Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998. Allen Venable, "Tears on My Willow," Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998. Tom, "We're Not Worthy," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1998. Rabbi Stern, "The Dirty Joke," Ally, 1999.

BOGDANOVICH, Peter 1939(Derek Thomas) PERSONAL Born July 30, 1939, in Kingston, NY; son of Borislav (an artist) and Herma (maiden name, Robinson) Bogdanovich; married Polly Platt (an art director and costume designer), 1962 (divorced, 1970); married Cybill Shepherd (an actress), 1971 (divorced, 1978); married Louise Beatrice Hoogstraten, December 30, 1988 (divorced, 2001); children: (first marriage) Antonia, Alexandra. Education: Attended Collegiate School, New York City; studied acting at the Stella Adler Theatre Studio, New York City, 1954-58. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Parseghian/Planco Management, 23 East 22nd St., New York, NY 10010.

Appeared as Agent Munsey and as Oliver in episodes of Secret Service. Film Appearances: Sound man, Switching Channels, TriStar, 1988. Hickman, Iron Eagle II (also known as Iron Eagle II: The Battle beyond the Flag), TriStar, 1988. California Dreamin', Alliance Releasing, 1989. Art, Sing, TriStar, 1989. Marty Kaplan, American Boyfriends (also known as My American Boyfriend), CBS Films, 1989. African Journey, National Film Board of Canada/Film Works, 1990. African Journey 2, National Film Board of Canada, 1990. Cop and third thief, The Taking of Beverly Hills (also known as Boomer: The Taking of Beverly Hills), Columbia, 1991. Frankie, Baby on Board, 1991. Jay Lamori, La Florida, Vivafilm, 1993. Dennison, Relative Fear (also known as The Child), Republic, 1994. Ferret, Jungleground, Norstar Releasing, 1995. Sergeant Osgood, Iron Eagle IV, Trimark Pictures, 1995. Train yard hood, Hollow Point (also known as Rysk Roulette), October Films, 1995. Detective, Half Baked, MCA/Universal, 1998. Philly Hose, One Tough Cop, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1998. Howard Feinstein, Superstar, Paramount, 1999. Jack "Chick" Cicollini, The Tracker, Remstar Distribution, 2000.

Career: Director, writer, actor, and producer. Cherry County Playhouse, Ml, past director; American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, actor, 1956; New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, actor, 1958; New Yorker Theatre, organizer of film series and showings, 1960-61; Saticoy Productions, Inc., owner, beginning in 1968; Directors Company, cofounder, 1972; Copa de Oro Productions, founder and owner, beginning in 1973; Moon Pictures, owner, beginning in 1981; Bogdanovich Film Partners, general partner, 1982; Crescent Moon Productions, owner, beginning in 1986; Holly Moon Co., Inc., owner, beginning in 1992; Directors Company, cofounder, 2002. Member: Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: New York Film Critics Circle Award (with Larry McMurtry), best screenplay, 1971, Academy Award nomination (with James Lee Barrett), best writing (screenplay based on material from a different medium), Academy Award nomination, best director, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director—motion picture, Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination (with McMurtry), best drama adapted from another medium, 1972, Film Award (with McMurtry), best screenplay, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Film Award nomination, best direction, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1973, all for The Last Picture Show; Writers Guild of America Award, best screenplay, 1972, for What's Up, Doc?; Silver Shell Award and Special Prize of the Jury, San Sebastian International Film Festival, 1973, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director—motion

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Sammy Michaels, Targets (also known as Before I Die), Paramount, 1968. Vienna, 1968. Lion's Love, Max L. Raab Productions, 1969. Brooks Otterlake, The Other Side of the Wind, 1970. Voice of disc jockey, The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. (Uncredited) Interviewer, Directed by John Ford, American Film Institute/California Arts Commission, 1974. Diaries, Notes and Sketches: Volume I, Reels 1-6: Lost Lost Lost, 1975. Voice of special participant, Verites et mensonges (also known as F for Fake and F wie Faelschung), 1975. (Uncredited) Opening Night, Faces, 1978. Eddie Schuman, Saint Jack, New World Pictures, 1979. Himself, Dorothy Stratten: The Untold Story, 1985. Jean Renoir, 1993. Himself, Ben Johnson: Third Cowboy on the Right, FBN, 1996. Himself, Who Is Henry Jaglom?, 1996. Frank, Highball, Kathy Morgan International, 1997. Dr. Howard Poke, Mr. Jealousy, Lions Gate Films, 1997. Elaine's patron, 54 (also known as Fifty-Four), Miramax, 1998. Bartholomew, Coming Soon, Unapix Entertainment, Inc., 1999. Himself, The Shoe Store, 1999. Himself, The Last Picture Show: A Look Back, 1999. Arturo Mulligan, Claire Makes It Big, Calliope Films,

picture, 1974, all for Paper Moon; Brussells Film Festival Award, best director, 1974, for Daisy Miller; Golden Berlin Bear Award nomination, Berlin International Film Festival, 1977, for Nickelodeon; Pasinetti Award and Critics Prize, Venice Film Festival, 1979, for Saint Jack; Golden Palm Award nomination, Cannes Film Festival, 1985, for Mask; Grammy Award nomination, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1992, for This Is Orson Welles audiocassettes; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, special citation, 1997, for the book Who the Devil Made It; FIPRESCI Award, Locarno International Film Festival, 2001. CREDITS Film Work: Second-unit director, The Wild Angels, American International Pictures, 1966. (As Derek Thomas) Director, Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women (also known as The Gill Women and The Gill-Women of Venus), American International Pictures, 1966. Director, producer, and (uncredited) editor, Targets (also known as Before I Die), Paramount, 1968. Director, The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. Director and producer, What's Up, Doc?, Warner Bros., 1972. Director and producer, Paper Moon, Paramount, 1973. Director, Directed by John Ford, American Film Institute/California Arts Commission, 1974. Director and producer, Daisy Miller, Paramount, 1974. Director and producer, At Long Last Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Director, Nickelodeon, Columbia, 1976. Director, Saint Jack, New World Pictures, 1979. Director, They All Laughed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Executive producer, The City Girl, Moon Pictures, 1984. Director, Mask, Universal, 1985. Director and producer, Illegally Yours, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Director and coproducer, Texasville, Columbia, 1990. Director and co-executive producer, Noises Off, Buena Vista, 1992. Director, The Thing Called Love, Paramount, 1993. Director, The Cat's Meow, 2001.

1999. Himself, The Independent, Arrow Releasing, 2000. Himself, The Lady from Shanghai: A Discussion with Peter Bogdanovich, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000. Himself, All about the Birds, 2000. Milo, Festival in Cannes, Paramount Classics, 2001. Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies, 2001. Himself, A Constant Forge: The Life and Art of John Cassavetes, 2001. Cameo as himself, An American Dream, 2002. Television Director; Movies: To Sir with Love II (also known as To Sir with Love '95), CBS, 1996. Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Women (also known as Aart and Johtje Vos and Marie Taquet), Showtime, 1997. The Price of Heaven (also known as Blessed Assurance), CBS, 1997. Naked City: A Killer Christmas, Showtime, 1998. A Saintly Switch (also known as In Your Shoes), ABC, 1999.

Film Appearances: Narrator, Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women (also known as The Gill Women and The GillWomen of Venus], American International Pictures, 1966. The Wild Angels, American International Pictures, 1966. The Trip, American International Pictures, 1967.

Television Director; Specials: The Great Professional: Howard Hawkes, BBC, 1967. Segment director, The American Film Institute Salute to John Ford, 1973.

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Himself, Intimate Portrait: Madeline Kahn, Lifetime, 2000. Cohost, If We Picked the Winners, syndicated, 2000. Burt Reynolds: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Narrator, It Conquered Hollywood! The Story of American International Pictures, AMC, 2001. Himself, Dorothy Stratten: The E! True Hollywood Story, El Entertainment Television, 2002. River Phoenix, Arts and Entertainment, 2002. Jeff Bridges: Building Bridges, Arts and Entertainment, 2002. Himself, New York at the Movies, Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

Television Director; Episodic: "Song of Songs/' Picture Windows (also known as Pictures Windows: Language of the Heart), Showtime, 1995. "A Dime a Dance/' Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Weekly commentator, CSS This Morning, CBS, 1987-1989. Dr. Elliott Kupferberg, The Sopranos, HBO, 2000-2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, 'The Straight Poop," Moonlighting, ABC, 1987. Himself, "Rosebud," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1993. Lucca, "Song of Songs," Picture Windows (also known as Pictures Windows: Language of the Heart), Showtime, 1995. (Uncredited) Himself, "See Jeff Jump, Jump, Jeff, Jump!" Cybill, CBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies: Film professor, Rated X, Showtime, 2000. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Vito Giancamo, Bella Mafia, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, James Stewart: A Wonderful Life, PBS, 1987. Bacall on Bogart, PBS, 1988. John Wayne: Standing Tall, PBS, 1989. John Cassavetes, PBS, 1990. With Orson Welles: Stories from a Life in Film, TNT, 1990. Himself, Hollywood Mavericks, 1990. Himself, Picture This: The Times of Peter Bogdanovich in Archer City, Texas (also known as The Making of Texasville), Showtime, 1992. Orson Welles: What Went Wrong?, Cinemax, 1992. Ballyhoo: The Hollywood Sideshow!, American Movie Classics, 1996. 'The Battle over Citizen Kane/' The American Experience, PBS, 1996. American Comedy Honors, Fox, 1997. Life's Greatest Holiday Stories (also known as Images of Life: The Greatest Stories Ever Told), CBS, 1997. Warner Bros. Story: No Guts, No Glory: 75 Years of Stars, TNT, 1998. Warner Bros. Story: No Guts, No Glory: 75 Years of Laughter, TNT, 1998. Principal, Lick the Star, Bravo and Independent Film Channel, 1998. John Ford: An American Icon, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Intimate Portrait: Laura Dern, Lifetime, 1999. Hitchcock, Selznick & the End of Hollywood, PBS, 1999. Himself, Hitchcock: Shadow of a Genius (also known as Dial H Hitchcock: The Genius Behind the Showman and Dial H for Hitchcock), TCM, 1999. Himself, On Cukor (also known as American Masters: On Cukor)f PBS, 2000. Himself, Y usted ... De que se rie? (also known as El gag ... y como conseguirlo), 2000.

Also appeared in "An Affair to Remember," Backstory, AMC; "How Green Was My Valley," Backstory, AMC; American Cinema, PBS. Stage Producer and Director: The Big Knife, off-Broadway production, 1959. Cam/no Real, off-Broadway production, 1961. Ten Little Indians, off-Broadway production, 1961. Rocket to the Moon, off-Broadway production, 1961. Once in a Lifetime, off-Broadway production, 1964. Radio Work: The Film Scene, New York City, 1960-1961. WRITINGS Screenplays: (Uncredited; with Roger Corman) The Wild Angels, American International Pictures, 1966. (With former wife, Polly Platt) Targets (also known as Before I Die), Paramount, 1968. (With Larry McMurtry) The Last Picture Show (based on the novel by McMurtry), Columbia, 1971, published by B.B.S. Productions, 1970. Story only, What's Up, Doc?, Warner Bros., 1972. (With Alvin Sargent) Paper Moon (based on the novel Addie Pray by Joe David Brown), Paramount, 1973. (With Frederic Raphael) Daisy Miller (based on the short story by Henry James), Paramount, 1974. Directed by John Ford, American Film Institute/ California Arts Commission, 1974. At Long Last Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975.

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ADAPTATIONS Paper Moon was adapted for the stage as a musical by Martin Casella, with lyrics by Ellen Fitzhugh and music by Larry Grossman; the musical, Girls Like Us, was produced at the Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut in 1996.

Film Songs: "One Day Since Yesterday/' They All Laughed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Volume 21, Gale, 1987. Giacci, V, Bogdanovich, (Florence, Italy), 1975. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996. Sherman, Eric and Martin Rubin, The Director's Event, (New York), 1970.

Television Movies:

The Great Professional: Howard Hawks (documentary), BBC, 1967. Books: The Cinema of Orson Welles, Museum of Modern Art (New York City), 1961. The Cinema of Howard Hawks, Museum of Modern Art, Doubleday (New York City), 1962. The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock, Museum of Modern Art, Doubleday, 1963. (Contributor) David Newman, editor, "Esquire'^' World of Humor, Harper (New York City), 1964. John Ford, Studio Vista, 1968, expanded and revised edition, University of California Press (Berkeley, CA), 1978. Fritz Lang in America, Studio Vista, 1968, Praeger (New York City), 1969. Allan Dawn: The Last Pioneer, Praeger, 1971. Pieces of Time: Peter Bogdanovich on the Movies, Arbor House (Ann Arbor, Ml), 1973 (published in England as Picture Shows: Peter Bogdanovich on the Movies, Allen & Unwin, 1975, enlarged edition, 1985). The Killing of the Unicorn: Dorothy Stratten (1960-1980): A Memoir, Morrow (New York City), 1984. (Editor and author of introduction) A Year and a Day Calendar, Overlook Press (New York City), annually, beginning in 1992. This Is Orson Welles, edited by Jonathan Rosenbaum, Harper (New York City), 1992, also available on audiocassette. Who the Devil Made It, Knopf (New York City), 1997.

Periodicals:: Action, July/August, 1973. American Cinematographer, November, 1971. American Film, June, 1986, p. 13. Entertainment Weekly, May 3, 2002, p. 44. Esquire, August, 1990, p. 96. Film Critic, September/October, 1972. Filmmakers Newsletter, September, 1973. New York Times, February 2, 1979; April 20, 1979. People, January 16, 1989, p. 13; January 23, 1989, p. 56; April 9, 2001, p. 198. Sequences, July, 1977. Sight and Sound, autumn, 1968; winter, 1973. Theatre Crafts, January, 1986, p. 94.

BRACCO, Elizabeth PERSONAL Sister of Lorraine Bracco (an actress); married Aidan Quinn (an actor) September, 1987; children: Ava Eileen, Mia. Career: Actress.

Contributor of articles to Esquire, Frontier, Saturday Evening Post, Vogue, Cahiers du Cinema, New York Times, Variety, and Los Angeles Times; editor, Showbill, 1960-61.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Diane at bar, The Color of Money, Buena Vista, 1986. Bar waitress, Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1987. Dee Dee, Mystery Train, Orion, 1989. Sons, 1989.

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Cathy, Jumpin' at the Boneyard, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1991. Lizzie, Denial (also known as Loon), 1991. Jackie, In the Soup (also known as In the Soup—Alles Kino and In the soup: En la sopa), Triton, 1992. Eleanor Coyle, Money for Nothing, Buena Vista, 1993. Fran, Household Saints, Fine Line, 1993. Taxi dancer, Somebody to Love, Legacy Releasing, 1994. Alma, Closer to Home, 1995. Dancer, The First Wives Club, Paramount, 1996. Theresa, Trees Lounge, Orion, 1996. Louis & Frank (also known as Louis and Frank), 1998. Pancetta Leaky, The Impostors, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Nurse, The 24 Hour Woman, Artisan Entertainment, 1999. Marie Vitti, Analyze This, Warner Bros., 1999. Louise Potter, 13 Moons, Lot 47 Films, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Overseas Press Club of America Award, best radio spot news from abroad, 1975; Distinguished Commentator Award, National Association of Media Women, New York chapter, 1975; Association of Black Journalists Award, 1977; Emmy Award (with Andrew Lack and Howard Stringer), writing category, Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award, and Edward R. Murrow Award, Overseas Press Club of America, all 1979, for 'The Boat People/' a segment of CBS Reports; George Polk Memorial Award for television reporting, Department of Journalism, Long Island University, 1979, for reporting on the plight of Cambodian refugees for CBS News; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, Henry W. Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Emmy Award, and Ohio State Award, all 1979, for 'The Boston Symphony Goes to China/' CBS Reports; American Black Achievement Award, Ebony, 1979; National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Award, 1979; Emmy Award (with producer Eric F. Saltzman), outstanding programs and program segments, 1980, for "Miami: The Trial That Sparked the Riots/' CBS Reports; Emmy Award, 1980, for "Too Little Too Late," CBS Reports; Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award in Broadcast Journalism (with others), and Emmy Award, both 1980, for "Blacks in America: With All Deliberate Speed," CBS Reports; National Media Award, Capital Press Club, 1980; Emmy Award (with producer Irina Posner), outstanding programs and program segments, 1981, for "Murder Teenage Style," CBS Reports; Emmy Award (with producer Joel Bernstein), outstanding background/analysis of a single current story, 1982, for "Homeless," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer Steve Glauber), outstanding interview/interviewer(s), 1982, for "Best in the West," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer Jeanne Solomon), outstanding informational, cultural or historical programming, 1982, for "Lena," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer Monika R. Jensen), outstanding background/analysis of a single current story segment, 1983, for "Tragic Assumptions," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with Solomon), outstanding interview/ interviewer(s) for a segment, 1983, for "Larry," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with Jensen), 1983, for "In the Belly of the Beast," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer Christine Wiecher), outstanding interview/interviewer(s) for a segment, 1984, for "Nora," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer Allan Maraynes), outstanding background/analysis of a single current story segment, 1985, for "Schizophrenia," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award (with producer George Crile), outstanding background/ analysis of a single current story segment, 1987, for "Michelle," 60 Minutes; Emmy Award and Silver Baton from Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards, both 1991, for "Semipalatinsk" and "Made in China,"

Film Work: Costume designer, In the Soup (also known as In the Soup—Alles Kino and In the soup: En la sopa), Triton, 1992. Television Appearances; Pilots: Waitress, Crime Story, NBC, 1986.

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PERSONAL Full name, Edward R. Bradley; born June 22, 1941, in Philadelphia, PA; son of Ed R. (in business) and Gladys (maiden name, Gaston) Bradley; married Dianne, 1964 (divorced, 1977); married Priscilla Coolidge (a singer), 1981 (divorced, 1984); children: (first marriage) one son. Education: Cheyney State College, B.S. (education), 1964. Avocational Interests: Skiing, fitness workouts, writing poetry. Addresses: Office—CBS News, Columbia Broadcasting System, 524 West 57th St., New York, NY 10019. Career: Broadcast journalist and correspondent. Worked as an elementary schoolteacher in Philadelphia, PA; WDAS-Radio, Philadelphia, disc jockey and news reporter, 1963-67; WCBS-Radio, New York City, news reporter, 1967- 71; Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., stringer for Paris bureau of CBS News, 1971-72, news reporter from Saigon bureau, 1972-73, wounded on assignment in Cambodia, 1973, news 48

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Floor reporter, 7996 Democratic National Convention, CBS, 1996. Floor reporter, 7996 Republican National Convention, CBS, 1996. Reporter, Election Night '96, CBS, 1996. Anchor, Ed Bradley on Assignment: Town under Siege, CBS, 1997. Correspondent, Enter the Jury Room, CBS, 1997. Host, CBS: The First 50 Years, CBS, 1998. Don Hewitt: 90 Minutes on 60 Minutes, CBS, 1998. Last Battle of the Gulf War, PBS, 1998. 60 Minutes at 30, CBS, 1998. We Were There: CBS News at 50, CBS, 1998. Anchor, Heroes and Icons: People of the Century: CBS News/Time 100, CBS, 1999. Anchor, Person of the Century: CBS News/Time 100, CBS, 1999. Swingin' with the Duke: Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, PBS, 1999. Correspondent, Election Night 2000, CBS, 2000. Breaking the News, CBS, 2001. Host, Ennis' Gift: A Film about Learning Differences, HBO, 2002.

60 Minutes; Emmy Award, 1992, for "Caitlin's Story"; Sol Taischoff Award, National Press Foundation, 1993; Overseas Press Club of America Award, 1994, for "Is the Nuclear Nightmare Over?" and "General Sergeyev," 60 Minutes; Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award, 1994, and Emmy Award, 1995, for a report on the effects of nuclear testing in Kazakhstan, 60 Minutes; (with Holly Fine, Paul Fine, Dan Rather, and Mike Wallace) Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, grand prize and television first prize, 1995, for "In the Killing Fields of America," 60 Minutes; cited one of the "ten best television programs of 1997," Time, for "Town under Siege," 60 Minutes II; Black History Maker Award, Associated Black Charities of New York City, 1997; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, c. 1998, for "Big Man, Big Voice," 60 Minutes; Paul White Award, Radio-Television News Directors Association, 2000; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, 2000, for "Death by Denial," 60 Minutes II; inducted into Deadline Club Hall of Fame, Sigma Delta Chi, New York chapter, 2000; Alfred I. DuPontColumbia University Award for "Enter the Jury Room," CBS Reports. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 45th Alfred I. DuPont—Columbia University Awards, PBS, 1987. Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Show, CBS, 1987. Presenter, The Alfred I. DuPont—Columbia University Awards in Broadcast Journalism, PBS, 1992. Presenter, The Essence Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 1998 Essence Awards, Fox, 1998. Host, The Alfred I. DuPont—Columbia University Awards in Television and Radio Journalism, PBS,

Television Appearances; Series: Anchor, CBS Sunday Night News, CBS, 1976-1981. Correspondent, CBS Reports, CBS, 1978-1981. Correspondent, 60 Minutes, CBS, 1981—. Host and anchor, Street Stories, CBS, 1992-1993. Correspondent, 60 Minutes More, CBS, 1996-1997. Host, CBS Classics, CBS, 1997. Also anchor of 60 Minutes II, CBS.

1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Correspondent, 48 Hours on Crack Street, CBS, 1986. Correspondent, The Soviet Union: Seven Days in May, CBS, 1987. Correspondent, Campaign '88: The Democratic Convention, CBS, 1988. Reporter, Campaign '88: Election Night, CBS, 1988. Campaign '88: The Republican Convention, CBS, 1988. Reporter, Presidential Inauguration, CBS, 1989. The Neville Brothers: Tell It Like It Is, Cinemax, 1989. America's Toughest Assignment: Solving the Education Crisis, CBS, 1990. Super Bowl Saturday Nite, CBS, 1990. Correspondent, 60 Minutes: The Entertainers, CBS, 1991. The Philadelphia Orchestra: A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., Arts and Entertainment, 1993. 60 Minutes ... 25 Years, CBS, 1993. Reporter, 7994 Olympic Winter Games, CBS, 1994. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, "All the Life That's Fit to Print," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1993. Celebrity Dish (also known as TV Guide's Celebrity Dish), 2000. Also appeared in an episode of The Chris Rock Show, HBO. Television Work; Coeditor; Series: 60 Minutes, CBS, 1981—. Film Appearances: Private, Russkies, New Century, 1987. Voice, Biloxi Blues, Rastar Pictures, 1988. Himself at Republican Convention, The Last Party, 1993.

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Teleplays; Specials: Heroes and Icons: People of the Century: CBS News/ Time 100, CBS, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 2, Gale, 1992. Encyclopedia of World Biography, 2nd edition, Gale, 1998. Hewitt, Don, Minute by Minute, Random House (New York City), 1985. Madsen, Axel, 60 Minutes: The Power and Politics of America's Most Popular News Show, Dodd, Mead (New York City), 1984. Notable Black American Men, Gale, 1998. Electronic: CBS News, http://www.cbsnews.com, April 9, 2002.

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Born in Brooklyn, New York, NY; married Mitzi McCall (an actress), 1959; children: Jennifer.

Also appeared in the series Totally Hidden Video, Fox.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: The Ed Sullivan Show (also known as Toast of the Town), CBS, 1964. Baxter, "Over the Hill to the Junkyard/' My Mother the Car, NBC, 1966. Arne Darvin, 'The Trouble with Tribbles/' Star Trek, NBC, 1967. The Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1970. "Pattern for Evil," Police Woman, NBC, 1975. Rhyme and Reason, ABC, 1975. Dr. Granger, "Ann's Crisis," One Day at a Time, CBS, 1977. Tow truck driver, "Neighborhood Watch," CHiPs, NBC, 1978. Levy, "Bosom Partners," Archie Bunker's Place, CBS, 1979. Mr. Smith, "Going, Going, Gone," Wonder Woman (also known as The New Adventures of Wonder Woman), CBS, 1979.

Addresses: Agent—Warren Cowan & Associates, 8899 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actor and voice performer. Nightclub performer. Appeared at the Jerry Lewis Comedy Workshop, Paramount Studios, 1959. Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Awards, for The House of Blue Leaves, and 1992, for Last of the Red Hot Lovers. CREDITS Film Appearances: Josef, The Beast of Budapest, Allied Artists, 1958. Edward, Blackbeard's Ghost, Buena Vista, 1968. The Amazing Dobermans, Golden Films, 1976. 50

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Robert, Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Police officer, Galactica 1980, ABC, 1980. Solly Diamond, "King of the Beach/' The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1981. Marty Willis, "Harts and Fraud/' Hart to Hart, ABC, 1982. "Detroit: The Price of Freedom," Lottery!, ABC, 1983. Jennings, "Stages," Fame, syndicated, 1984. Mr. Valente, "Double Play," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. Charlie, "I Raise You," E/R, CBS, 1985. Joe, "Love on the Run," Diff''rent Strokes, NBC, 1985. Pete the bartender, "Brotherly Love," E/R, CBS, 1985. "Not Quite Mr. Right," 1st & Ten, HBO, 1985. Jango Hart, "Wrong Number," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1986. "They Shoot Hammers, Don't They?," Sledge Hammer!, ABC, 1986. Rudy Plansky, "Witness for the Defense," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Sal DiNapoli, "It Ain't Over till It's Over," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1987. "Land of the Free," 1st & Ten, HBO, 1987. The Cavanaughs, CBS, 1987. Jamal, "Chargin' Charles," Charles in Charge, syndicated, 1989. "They Can't Take That Away from Me," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1989. Eugene Bundy, "And Baby Makes Money," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1990. Voice, Tom & Jerry Kids Show (animated), Fox, 1990. Voice, Yo! Yogi (animated), NBC, 1991. Saul, "The Secret of My Great Dress," Flying Blind, Fox, 1992. Myron, "Soul Kiss," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1993. Myron, "Star Signs," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1993. Arne Darvin, "Trials and Tribble-ations," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as Star Trek: DS9 and D59), syndicated, 1996. Del Shapiro, "Too Hip for the Room," Ellen, ABC, 1996. Barry Lipschitz, "Lipschitz Live!," Sliders, Sci-Fi Channel, 1998. Leon, "Oh, How They Danced: Parts 1 & 2," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1998. "Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Leon, "Ben Rubenstein, Meet Joe Black," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1999. Riggs, "The Replacements," For Your Love, The WB, 2001. Tom Murphy, "Tuesday: Miracles Happen," Port Charles, ABC, 2001. Mr. Tallridges, "Holy War: Part 1," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2002. Mr. Tallridges, "Letting Go," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Paul Reiser: Out on a Whim, HBO, 1987. Candid Camera ... Smile, You're on Vacation, CBS, 1990. Johnson & Johnson Presents: America's Cutest Kids, Fox, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Mr. Quinlan, Young Love, First Love, 1979. Bob, Your Place or Mine, 1983. Court clerk, Without Her Consent, 1990. Voice, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby (animated), ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: Shelley, Honeymoon Suite, 1973. The Story behind the Story, NBC, 1990. Television Work; Animated Movies: Additional voices, / Yabba-Dabba Do!, ABC, 1993. Stage Appearances: Last of the Red Hot Lovers, 1992. Appeared as Billy Einhorn in The House of Blue Leaves, and as John, Peter Pan, New York City. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cult Times, August, 2000, p. 11. Electronic: Industry Central, http://industrycentral.net, 27, 2002.

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Truck, "Nicole's Big Adventure," My Two Dads, NBC, 1988. District Attorney Daryl Lodwick, "The Orchids Curse," Twin Peaks, ABC, 1990. District Attorney Daryl Lodwick, "Laura's Secret Diary," Twin Peaks, ABC, 1990. Dick, "The Construction Worker Show," Get a Life, Fox,

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Attorney Howard, Ruby, Triumph Releasing, 1992. Gunner, Doctor Mordrid, Full Moon, 1992. Captain Greybar, Cabin Boy, Buena Vista, 1992. Al, Breakdown, Paramount, 1997. Bait, Cyclops, Baby, Buena Vista, 1997. Acey Trump, Children on Their Birthdays, Crusader, 2002.

"Jerry's Journey," Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Fox, 1992. Carl, "Sex or Death," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1995. Carl, "The Feminine Critique," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1995. Baldash, "Dead Can Dance," Weird Science, USA Network, 1995. Grandpa Ernie, "Lindsay's Dilemma," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1995. Sheriff Nathan Decker, "The Lynching," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1995. Eddie Powers, 'The Fallout," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1995. Eddie Powers, "The Christmas Gift," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1995. Carl, "The Bus Stops Here," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. Carl, "Defending Your Life," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. Dan, "Big Brother Is Watching," Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1996. "Honey, Meet the Barbarians," Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, 1998. Mr. Cabeza, "School Spirits," Weird Science, USA Network, 1998. 50 year old man, "The Long and Winding Short Cut," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: The Patriots, PBS, 1976. Wedge Smithfield, Wild Horses, CBS, 1985. Lonny, The Defiant Ones, ABC, 1986. Judge Lodge, Manhunt for Claude Dallas, CBS, 1986. Senator Buckner, Houston: The Legend of Texas, CBS, 1986. Barman, Timestalkers, CBS, 1987. Gene, Silhouette, USA Network, 1990. Beetle, Jailbirds, CBS, 1991. Owl wagon manager, Cast a Deadly Spell, HBO, 1991. Valdez Sheriff, Dead Man's Revenge, USA Network, 1994. Restaurant host, Virus (also known as Formula for Death, Robin Cook's "Formula for Death/' and Robin Cook's Virus), NBC, 1995. Bubba, the truck driver, Amanda and the Alien, UPN,

1995. Also appeared as Stan, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC; Vince, Something Wilder, NBC; Zach Warmley, Burke's Law, CBS.

Television Appearances; Series: Charlie Boil, Dolly, 1987. William, Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1988-1990. Carl Wishnitski, Murphy Brown, CBS, 1988-1993. Walter, a recurring role, Thunder Alley, ABC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Specials: It's Garry Shandling's Show—25th Anniversary Special, Showtime, 1986. Blind Tom: The Story of Thomas Bethune, PBS, 1987.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kathy Leary, In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness (also known as Bitter Blood), CBS, 1994. Film Appearances: Teacher at JFK High School, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Warner Bros., 1987. Mrs. Sullivan, Kindergarten Cop, Universal, 1990. Carolyn, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, Warner Bros., 1991. Paula, Clean Slate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994. Claire, Bye Bye, Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Lydia, Ed, Universal, 1996. Jill, Last Dance, Buena Vista/Touchstone, 1996. Marie Freeman, Gattaca, Columbia, 1997. Kat, Into My Heart, Mars Films, 1998, Jean Doumanian Films, 2000. Connelly's ex-wife, Chain of Command, New City Releasing, 2000.

Career: Actress. Worked as a model. Also worked at a die-casting factory. Awards, Honors: Shared Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 1997 and 1998, both for Chicago Hope. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Sarah Berkezchuk, Sirens, ABC, 1993. Dr. Diane Grad, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995-1999. Deputy Mayor Mary Ann Mitchell, The District, CBS, 2000-2001. Wendy Miller, Imagine That, NBC, 2002. Lieutenant Jamie Avery, John Doe, Fox, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Every Black Day, and Much Ado about Nothing, all London productions.

Also appeared as Ann Hudson, WIOU, CBS. Television Appearances; Movies: Mrs. Glazer, The Endless Game, Showtime, 1990. Karen, Doing Time on Maple Drive (also known as Faces in the Mirror), Fox, 1992. Irma Millard/Hermit of the Lagoon, The Four Diamonds, The Disney Channel, 1995. Jane Jansen, A Brother's Promise: The Dan Jansen Story (also known as A Brother's Compromise: The Dan Jansen Story), CBS, 1996. Hannah Berrick, Mind Games (also known as Trauma), Showtime, 1998. Alison Shaeffer, My Mother, the Spy, Lifetime, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Equal Justice, 1989. Beverly Halleran, "Book of Renovation, Chapter 1," LA. Law, NBC, 1993. Beverly Halleran, 'leap of Faith/' LA. Law, NBC, 1993. Beverly Halleran, "How Much Is That Bentley in the Window," LA. Law, NBC, 1993. Dr. Diane Grad, "Mum's the Word," Early Edition, CBS,

PERSONAL Full name, Olivia Margarette Brown; born April 10, 1960 (some sources cite 1961), in Frankfurt, Germany; raised in Livonia, Ml; married Mykelti (also known as Mykel T.) Williamson, 1985 (divorced). Education: Attended California State University, Fresno, and California State University, Sacramento.

1998. Abby Jacobs, "Kafelnikov," Sports Night, ABC, 1999. Abby Jacobs, "Shane," Sports Night, ABC, 1999. Abby Jacobs, "Kyle Whitaker's Got Two Sacks," Sports Night, ABC, 1999. Teacher, "Footprints on My Heart; Legacy; Elopement," Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX, 2000. Abby Jacobs, "The Local Weather," Sports Night, ABC, 2000.

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CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Olivia M. Brown) Candy, 48 Hrs., Paramount, 1982. Nurse, Norman Loves Rose, Atlantic, 1982. Addie, Streets of Fire, Universal, 1984. Ms. Gladstone, Throw Momma from the Train, Orion, 1987. Identity Crisis, Academy, 1989. Lab assistant, Man's Best Friend, New Line Cinema, 1993. Tara, All Tied Up (also known as Un soltero con mucha cuerda), Irongate, 1994. Susan Dawson, At Risk, 1994. Mr. P's Dancing Sushi Bar, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Detective Trudy Joplin, Miami Vice, 1984. Vanessa Margraves, Designing Women, CBS, 1990. Denise, Dear John (also known as Dear John USA), NBC, 1990-1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Brenda, Memories of Murder, Lifetime, 1990. Ms. Jackson, Kids Killing Kids, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: 55th Annual King Orange Jamboree Parade, NBC, 1988. Judge, The 1988 Miss Universe Pageant, CBS, 1988. The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990. The 22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1990. Miami Vice: The El True Hollywood Story (documentary), E! Entertainment, 2001. Television Appearances; Pilots: Trudy Jopl in, Miami Vice (also known as Miami Vice: Brother's Keeper], NBC, 1984.

Also appeared as Lynette, Out All Night, NBC; Sharon, The Sinbad Show, Fox.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Rhonda, "Sweet Sixteen and Dead/' T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983. "Spain Cruise: The Matadors/Mrs. Jameson Comes Out/ Love's Labors Found/Marry Me, Marry Me," The Love Boat, ABC, 1986. "All the Pretty Little Horses," Paradise, CBS, 1989. "Love Hurts," Monsters, syndicated, 1989. Vanessa, "Stake-Out," Family Matters, ABC, 1989. Guest, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Tonight Show), 1990. Nadine, "He's Gotta Have It," Roc, Fox, 1991. Lola, "You Bet Your Life," The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1993. Lucy, "Dream Lover," Sister, Sister, ABC, 1995.

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Cinematographer: second unit, Back to the Future III, Universal, 1990. Cinematographer: second unit, Backdraft, MCA/ Universal, 1991. Cinematographer: second unit, Noises Off... , Buena Vista, 1992. Cinematographer: second unit, Batman Returns, Warner Bros., 1992. Cinematographer: second unit, Death Becomes Her (also known as La muerte le sienta bieri), Universal, 1992. Additional photography, Traces of Red, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Additional photography, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Additional camera operator, Deep Impact, Paramount, 1998. Additional camera operator, The Bourne Identity, Universal, 2002.

Awards, Honors: ASC Award nomination, outstanding achievement in cinematography in movies, American Society of Cinematographers, 1991, for The CourtMartial of Jackie Robinson; ASC Award nomination, outstanding achievement in cinematography in theatrical releases, Film Award nomination, best cinematography, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, 1995, for Forrest Gump; Golden Satellite Award nomination, outstanding cinematography, 1998, for Contact; Sierra Award nomination, best cinematography, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, 2000, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best cinematography, 2001, both for Cast Away. CREDITS Film Cinematographer: Ruckus (also known as Big Ruckus in a Small Town, The Loner, and Ruckus in Madoc Country), International Vision, 1982. Summer Camp Nightmare (also known as The Butterfly Revolution), Concorde, 1987. The Night Stalker, Vestron Video, 1987. Death Before Dishonor, New World, 1987. World Cone Wild, Lorimar, 1988. Under the Boardwalk, New World, 1989. Blind Fury, TriStar, 1989. Mo' Money, Columbia, 1992. Josh and S.A.M., Columbia, 1993. Forrest Gump, Paramount, 1994. Richie Rich, Warner Bros., 1994. Forget Paris, Columbia, 1995. The Evening Star, Paramount, 1996. Contact, Warner Bros., 1997. What Lies Beneath, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Cast Away, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002.

Film Appearances: Stage manager, The Evening Star, Paramount, 1996. Television Cinematographer; Movies: Superstunt II, NBC, 1980. Too Young the Hero, CBS, 1988. Breaking Point, ABC, 1989. The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, TNT, 1990. Television Work; Movies: Additional camera operator, Keeper of the City, Showtime, 1992. Television Cinematographer; Series: Something Is Out There, NBC, 1988. Space Rangers, CBS, 1993.

Film Work; Other: Camera operator: second unit, Happy Birthday to Me, Columbia, 1980. Camera operator: second unit, Hot Dog ... The Movie, 1984. Cinematographer: second unit, Runaway Train, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1985. Cinematographer: second unit, Quiet Cool, New Line Cinema, 1986. Camera operator, Hot Pursuit, Paramount, 1987. Cinematographer: second unit, Moving, Warner Bros., 1988. Camera operator: second unit, Lucky Stiff, New Line Cinema, 1989. Cinematographer: second unit, Back to the Future Part II, MCA/Universal, 1989. Cinematographer: second unit, The Rookie, The WB, 1990.

Television Executive Producer; Specials: Will Rogers' U.S.A., CBS, 1972. Television Cinematographer; Episodic: "Yellow/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. Television Work; Specials: Photographer, The Sharks (documentary), PBS, 1982.

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Paul Newman: Hollywood's Charming Rebel (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. (And director) The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen (documentary), Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. (And director) Betty Grable: Behind the Pin-Up (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. (And director) Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1996. 56

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Hidden Hollywood II: Treasures from the 20th CenturyFox Film Fault (documentary), AMC, 1999. Hayley Mills (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Fred Gwynne (documentary), Arts and Entertainment,

Ida Lupino: Through the Lens (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. (And director) A Hollywood Christmas, syndicated, 1998. Harrison Ford: The Reluctant Hero (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. George C. Scott (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Gene Hackman: Portrait of an Artist (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ernie Kovacs: Please Stand by (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Doris Day: It's Magic (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Donna Reed: I'll Take the Moon (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Cinema Combat: Hollywood Goes to War (documentary), AMC, 1998. Gary Grant (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Beyond Titanic (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. (And director) Behind the Planet of the Apes (documentary), AMC, 1998. Anthony Quinn (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. William Holden: An Untamed Spirit (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Tim Conway: Just Clowning Around (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Susan Sarandon: Rebel with a Cause (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Robert Wagner: Hollywood's Prince Charming (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Raquel Welch (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Nicholas Brothers: Flying High (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Martha Raye: In Love and War (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Linda Darnell: Hollywood's Fallen Angel (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Lesley Ann Warren: A Cinderella Story (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John Ford: An American Icon (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Hollywood's Hot Wheels (documentary), AMC, 1999. Hollywood Spies on Spies (documentary), AMC, 1999. Hollywood Screen Tests: Take One (documentary), AMC, 1999. Hollywood Goes to Court (documentary), AMC, 1999. Hollywood behind the Badge: A Century of Cinema Cops and Detectives (documentary), AMC, 1999.

1999. Ethel Merman: There's No Business Like Show Business (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Elizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Dorothy Dandridge: Little Girl Lost (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Donald O'Connor: Make 'Em Laugh (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Bunny Years (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Between Heaven and Hell: Hollywood Looks at the Bible (documentary), AMC, 1999. Barbara Eden: Out of the Bottle (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. (And director) The Attack of the 50-Foot Monstermania (documentary), AMC, 1999. Yvonne DeCarlo: Gilded Lily (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Shirley MacLaine: This Time Around (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Shirley Jones: Hollywood's Musical Mom (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Sally Field: Defying Gravity (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Robert Redford: Hollywood Outlaw (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Maureen O'Hara: Wild Irish Rose (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Julie Newmar: The Cat's Meow (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. James Garner: A Maverick Spirit (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. (And director) Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (documentary), AMC, 2000. (And director) Hollywood at Your Feet: The Story of the Chinese Theatre Footprints (documentary), AMC, 2000. Henry Winkler: Hollywood's Coolest Character (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Frances Farmer: Paradise Lost (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. The Fly Papers: The Buzz on Hollywood's Scariest Insect (documentary), AMC, 2000. Ernest Borgnine: Hollywood's Uncommon Character (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Don Knotts: Nervous Laughter (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. 57

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Dick Powell: Thanks a Million (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Diahann Carroll: No Strings (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Deborah Kerr: Getting to Know Her (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Cesar Romero: In a Class by Himself (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. (And director) Bride of Monster Mania (documentary), AMC, 2000. Al Lewis: Forever Granpa (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Adam West: Behind the Cowl (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. (And director) 20th Century-Fox: The Blockbuster Years (documentary), AMC, 2000. Tim Burton: Trick or Treat (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. The Omen Legacy (documentary), AMC, 2001. Mitzi Gaynor: Hollywood's Cockeyed Optimist (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Matthew Broderick (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (documentary), AMC, 2001. Lee Marvin: Hollywood's Straight Shooter (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Jennifer Jones: Portrait of a Lady (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Jean Simmons: Picture Perfect (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Janet Gaynor: A Star was Born (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Jackie Gleason: The Great One (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Jack Palance: From Grit to Grace (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. (And director) Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Hollywood Screen Tests: Take Two (documentary), AMC, 2001. Hidden Hollywood III: Return of the 20th Century-Fox Vaults (documentary), AMC, 2001. Florence Henderson: Here's the Story (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Eddie Albert: A Passion for Life (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Dustin Hoffman: First in His Class (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Dennis Franz: Out of the Blue (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. (And director) Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood (documentary), AMC, 2001. Charlie Sheen (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Boom! Hollywood's Greatest Disaster Movies (documentary), AMC, 2001. Bobby Vinton: A Melody of Love (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

Al Pacino: Inside Out (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2001. AMC Backstory: Valley of the Dolls (documentary), AMC, 2001. AMC Backstory: The Long Hot Summer (documentary), AMC, 2001. (And director) Inside the Playboy Mansion (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2002. Television Director; Specials: TV Guide Looks at Cops, 1998. Television Executive Producer; Series: (And director) Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1987. Famous Families, Fox Family, 1998. History vs. Hollywood (also known as History through a Lens), History Channel, 2001—. Backstory (also known as Hollywood Backstories), AMC and syndicated, 2001. Television Executive Producer; Movies: Alien Nation: Dark Horizon, Fox, 1994. (And director) Lost in Space Forever, 1998. Television Executive Producer; Pilots: The Time Tunnel, Fox, 2002.

WRITINGS Television Specials: The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen (documentary), Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Monster Mania (documentary), AMC, 1997. Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th CenturyFox Vaults (documentary), AMC, 1997. 20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years (documentary), AMC, 1997. A Hollywood Christmas, syndicated, 1998. Cinema Combat: Hollywood Goes to War (documentary), AMC, 1998. Behind the Planet of the Apes (documentary), AMC, 1998. Hidden Hollywood II: Treasures from the 20th CenturyFox Film Vault (documentary), AMC, 1999. 20th Century-Fox: The Blockbuster Years (documentary), AMC, 2000. Hidden Hollywood III: Return to the 20th Century-Fox Vaults (documentary), AMC, 2001. Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood (documentary), AMC, 2001. Inside the Playboy Mansion (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2002. 58

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Television Series: Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1987. Television Episodes: "Gentlemen's Agreement/' Backstory, AMC, 1999. Wrote additional episodes of Backstory, AMC. Television Movies: Lost in Space Forever, 1998.

BURTON, Tony PERSONAL Born in Flint, Ml. Education: Attended high school in Flint, Ml.

Television Appearances; Movies: Price, Kill Me If You Can (also known as The Caryl Chessman Story), NBC, 1977. Black fighter, White Mama, CBS, 1980. Rafer, Scared Straight! Another Story, CBS, 1980. Lieutenant J. L. Stevens, Happy, CBS, 1983. Grif, Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story, CBS, 1985. Clay, Oceans of Fire, CBS, 1986. Mike Wintchell, On Fire, ABC, 1987. Moustache, You Ruined My Life, ABC, 1987. Wiggins, Police Story: Cop Killer (also known as Cop Killer), ABC, 1988.

Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: As a teenager, won athletic awards for football and boxing, including winner of Michigan Golden Gloves light heavyweight championship, 1957. CREDITS Film Appearances: Sonny Spyder Brown, The Black Godfather (also known as Street War), Cinemation Industries/Magnum Entertainment, 1974. Zelds, Trackdown, United Artists, 1976. Duke, Apollo's trainer, Rocky, United Artists, 1976. Black policeman, The River Niger, Cine Artists Pictures, 1976. Isaac, The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings, Universal, 1976. Wells, Assault on Precinct 13 (also known as John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13), Media Home Entertainment, 1976. Chef, Heroes, Universal, 1977. Beyond Reason, 1977.

Television Appearances; Series: Big Arthur, Frank's Place, CBS, 1987. Joe Bennett, Shortland Street, TV New Zealand, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Eddie Ellis, 'The Betrayal/' Kojak, CBS, 1974. Third prisoner, "Go Directly to Jail/' The Invisible Man, NBC, 1975. Teak, "Count the Days I'm Gone," Baretta, ABC, 1975. Peter Macklin, "Ruby," Harry O, ABC, 1976. Aide, "Evans versus Davis," Good Times, CBS, 1976. "All the Young Girls," Gibbsville, 1976. Joey, "The Snitch," Switch, CBS, 1977. Joe Moran, "The Second Chance," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1977. Manager, "The Infiltrators," The Six Million Dollar Man, 1977. Taylor George, "Like a Brother," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1979. "Savage Says: There's No Free Lunch," Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, NBC, 1980. Curley, "Hog Wild," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981.

Blackjack, SES, 1978. Duke, Rocky II, United Artists, 1979. Larry Durkin, The Shining (also known as Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining'), United Artists, 1980. Second garbage man, The Hunter, Paramount, 1980. Lucius Porter, Inside Moves, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. Duke, Rocky III, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1982. Duke, Rocky IV, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1985. Cappy, Armed and Dangerous, Columbia, 1986. Louie, Side Out, TriStar, 1990.

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Avrom, "Mitchell & Woods," CHiPs, NBC, 1981. "Dead Stop," Quincy, M.E., 1981. Algebra Jones (some sources cite Ricco), "Ladies on the Ropes," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1982. Arthur, "Faith, Hope, and Clarity: Parts 1 & 2," Bret Maverick, NBC, 1982. Luther Travis, "Blind Justice" (also known as "Blind Watch"), T.J. Hooker, ABC, 1982. Burke, "It's a Desert out There," The A-Team, NBC, 1984. Bartender, "Gunfight at the So-So Corral," Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Bartender, "A Little Sex, a Little Scandal," Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Moose, "Wildfire," Airwolf, CBS, 1986. Eddie Barber, "The Bigger They Are," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986. Officer Anderson, "TV or Not TV," Amen, 1989. Conrad Baylor, "King's Ransom," In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1990. Cap Connors, "A Campfire Story," A Different World, NBC, 1990. Colonel Riley, "The Black Widow," Twin Peaks, ABC, 1991. Marquis, "Loaded Question," Life Goes On, ABC, 1991.

Appeared as Gilmore Lee, "The Lady on Thursday at Ten," The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Second terrorist, Future Cop, 1976. Skag, NBC, 1980. Television Appearances; Other: Fish man, Ransom for Alice!, 1977. Music teacher, The Bulkin Trail (special), The Family Channel, 1992.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rebbie, The Jacksons: An American Dream, ABC, 1992.

Born c. 1971. Television Appearances; Movies: Wanda, Children of the Night, CBS, 1985. Eliza Hammond, She Stood Alone, NBC, 1991. Minnijean Brown, The Ernest Green Story, The Disney Channel, 1993. Evonne, Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goaf Manigau/f (also known as Rebound), HBO, 1996. Linda, The Ditchdigger's Daughters, The Family Channel, 1997. Reese Deleware, Intimate Betrayal, Black Entertainment Television, 1999.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2000, for The Best Man; Audience Award, best actress, American Black Film Festival, 2002, for Pandora's Box.

Television Appearances; Specials: Vonette, 15 and Getting Straight, CBS, 1989. Rock the Vote, Fox, 1992. Carol, Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love, CBS, 1992. Temple Baham, What about Your Friends, CBS, 1995.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Phyllis, Bagdad Cafe (also known as OutofRosenheim), Island Pictures, 1988. Sondra, Jack the Bear, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Jaime-Lee, Younger and Younger, Kushner-Locke, 1993. Classroom kid, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Buena Vista, 1993. The Friends, 1995. Sprung, 1997. Ebony, The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998. Tamala Davis, Park Day, Urban Media, 1998. Mia Morgan, The Best Man, MCA/Universal, 1999. Kerry, Love & Basketball, New Line Cinema, 2000. Mia DuBois, Pandora's Box, Columbia TriStar, 2001. Faux Pas, 2001. Final Breakdown (also known as Turnaround), Niko Filmworks, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Yolanda, ''Homey, Don't Ya Know Me?," A Different World, NBC, 1993. Kaiya Hawkins, Where I Live, 1993. Kara Tate, Sweet Justice, 1994. Vanessa, "Unbrotherly Love/' The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1996. Cynthia Porter, "Try a Little Tenderness," The Good News, UPN, 1997. Kim, "Swing Out Sister," The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1998. Helena, "Moving Violations," Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 2000. 61

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Television Appearances; Other: Sonia Harris, Heart and Soul (pilot), ABC, 1989. Debbie, Bagdad Cafe (series), CBS, 1990.

The Tie That Binds, Buena Vista, 1995. Men in Black (also known as MIB), Columbia, 1997. Film Work; Assistant Editor: Highway 61, Skouras, 1992. The Ref, Buena Vista, 1994.

CAMERON, John (Victor Malone)

Film Work; Unit Production Manager: (As Victor Malone) Moontrap, Magic, 1989. Lunatics: A Love Story, Renaissance, 1991. The Big Lebowski, Gramercy, 1998. Rushmore, Buena Vista, 1998. O Brother, Where Art Thou? (also known as O' Brother), Buena Vista, 2000. The Man Who Wasn't There, USA Films, 2001. Intolerable (also known as Intolerable Cruelty), Universal, 2003.

PERSONAL Education: Studied film at New York University. Career: Producer, director, editor, production manager, and actor. CREDITS

Film Appearances: Fake Shemp, The Evil Dead (also known as Book of the Dead and The Evil Dead, the Ultimate Experience in Crueling Horror), New Line Cinema, 1982. Bartender, Darkman, Universal, 1990. Edgar Allan Poe, Lunatics: A Love Story, Renaissance, 1991. Member of "creative bullpen/' The Hudsucker Proxy (also known as Hudsucker—Der grosse Sprung), Buena Vista, 1994. Bordello "swell," The Quick and the Dead, TriStar, 1995.

Film Work; Producer: (With others) Moontrap, Magic, 1989. Lunatics: A Love Story, Renaissance, 1991. (Line producer) Fargo, Gramercy, 1996. (With others) The Big Lebowski, Gramercy, 1998. (With others) Rushmore, Buena Vista, 1998. (With others) O Brother, Where Art Thou? (also known as O' Brother), Buena Vista, 2000. (With others) The Man Who Wasn't There, USA Films, 2001. Bad Santa, Dimension, 2003. Intolerable (also known as Intolerable Cruelty), Universal, 2003.

Television Work; Director; Episodic: "Genies, Grecians, and Geeks," Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, syndicated, 1995. "The Royal Couple of Thieves," Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1995.

Film Work; Assistant Director: Crimewave (also known as Broken Hearts and Noses and The XYZ Murders), 1985. Darkman, Universal, 1990. Maniac Cop 2, 1990. Edge of Honor, 1991. Lunatics: A Love Story, Renaissance, 1991. Rubin and Ed, IRS Releasing, 1991. Shang Hai yi jiu er ling (also known as Once upon a Time in Shanghai, Shanghai, and Shanghai 1920), Vision International, 1991. Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence, 1992. Army of Darkness (also known as Army of Darkness: Evil Dead 3, Army of Darkness, the Ultimate Experience in Medieval Horror, Bruce Campbell vs. Army of Darkness, Captain Supermarket, Evil Dead3, and The Medieval Dead), Universal, 1993. Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993. (As Victor Malone) The Hudsucker Proxy (also known as Hudsucker—Der grosse Sprung), Buena Vista,

Television Work; Assistant Editor; Movies: Abraxas, HBO, 1991.

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PERSONAL Born in New York, NY. Addresses: Agent—Stone Manners Agency, 8436 West Third St., Suite 740, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

1994. Get Shorty, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995. The Quick and the Dead, TriStar, 1995.

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Desperate Choices: To Save My Child (also known as The Final Choice and Solomon's Choice), NBC, 1992. Vernon Jordan, Barbarians at the Gate, HBO, 1993. Terrence Freeman, Without Warning, 1994. Captain, Above Suspicion (also known as The Rhinehart Theory), HBO, 1995. Gaten's brother-in-law, Clover, USA Network, 1997. Maxwell, Lost in the Bermuda Triangle (also known as Reunion: Journey beyond the Bermuda Triangle), UPN, 1998. Gabriel Jones, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.l.E.L.D. (also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998. Detective Cochran, Before He Wakes, CBS, 1998. Detective Culver, The Apartment Complex, Showtime, 1999. Dean Koontz' Black River, Fox, 2001.

Member: Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Lone Star Film & Television Award, best supporting actor, 1996, for Lone Star. CREDITS Film Appearances: Barker, The Man Who Wasn't There, Paramount, 1983. Policeman #4, D.C. Cab (also known as Street Fleet), 1983. Stooper, Good to Go, Island Pictures, 1986. Graydon, Adventures in Babysitting (also known as A Night on the Town), Buena Vista, 1987. Talk show guest, Heart, New World Pictures, 1987. Bartender, Arthur 2: On the Rocks, Warner Bros., 1988. Lowell Harris, Downtown, 1990. Cregan, The Last of the Finest (also known as Blue Heat and Street Legal), Orion, 1990. Marshall Brooks, Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, Buena Vista, 1992. Times Square cop, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Coroner, Play Nice, 1992. Zinn, Getting Even with Dad, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994. Bob Younger, Jack's boss, Man of the House (also known as Pals Forever and Man 2 Man), Buena Vista, 1995. Reporter Lloyd, The American President, Columbia Pictures, 1995. Otis Payne, also known as "Big O," Lone Star, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Barry, Pinocchio's Revenge (also known as Pinocchio), Vidmark Entertainment, 1996. Mr. Johnson, Park Day, Urban Media, 1998. Dr. Bratton, In Too Deep, Miramax, 1999. Hassan, Death of a Dog, 2000. Joseph, Thank Heaven, 2001. Van Zandt, The Hunted, Paramount, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Billy Lee, George Washington, CBS, 1984. Television Appearances; Specials: Anthony Goucher, The 85-Year-Old Swinger, PBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Pilots: Clarence Melmore, The World According to Straw, Fox,

1990. Charlie, Family Beat, The WB, 1996. Richard Barnes, One on One, UPN, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Stapleton, "To the End of the Line/' Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1988. Doctor, "Who Am I?," Amen, NBC, 1989. "Breast of Friends," Anything But Love, ABC, 1989. Agent Munson, "Cry Harder," Cheers, NBC, 1990. Man #1, "Saving Grace," Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Fox, 1990. Martin Benbeck, "The Masterpiece Society," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1992. Grover James, "Do the Write Thing," A Different World, NBC, 1992. "Burned," Me/rose Place, Fox, 1992. "Zo Long," LA. Law, NBC, 1992. Reardon, "Bedfellows," Life Goes On, ABC, 1993. Judge Herman Brodax, "Grace under Oath," Grace under Fire, ABC, 1993. Sergeant Foley, "Crime Story," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1994. Captain Ellis Pierce, "A Voice in the Wilderness: Part 2," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. "Resurrection/Niles and Bob/Harry Stentz," The Watcher, UPN, 1995. Dr. Thorington, "Halloween," Sister, Sister, The WB,

Television Appearances; Series: Dave Wallace, Dallas, CBS, 1989. Anderson "Mary" Roche, Stat, ABC, 1991. Coach Corley, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC,

1994-1995. Bill Simon, Live Shot, UPN, 1995. Judge Orrin Bell, Murder One, ABC, 1996. Richard, Flex's father, One on One, UPN, 2001. Judge Henry Griffin, Philly, ABC, 2001-2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story, CBS, 1986. Lieutenant Jack Tolliver, Unholy Matrimony, CBS, 1988. Dr. Hemmerlick, Out on the Edge, CBS, 1989.

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Dave McClure, "Walking My Baby Back Home," Family Matters, ABC, 1995. Lanny Freedan, "The Following Is a Sponsored Program/' Living Single, Fox, 1995. Detective Sutterman, "Morgan P.I./' Ellen, ABC, 1996. Lawrence, "Health," Tracey Takes On ..., HBO, 1996. Ch'Pok, "Rules of Engagement," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1996. Captain Stanley, "It's the Bomb," Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1996. Zeke Odell, "Emission Impossible," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1997. Franco Devlin, "Mountie and Soul," Due South, syndicated, 1997. Dean Allison, "Cheating," Felicity, The WB, 1998. Fesek, "Juggernaut," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1999. Dr. Carter, "Dress for Success," City of Angels, CBS, 2000. Mr. McGruder, "Family Ties," Providence, NBC, 2000. Carter, "Leg Erie," City of Angels, CBS, 2000. John Lockhart, "Subject: Coelacanth This!" Freaky Links, Fox, 2000. Dr. Carter, "The Lone Free Ranger," City of Angels, CBS, 2000. Detective Franklin Potter, "Empedocles," The X-Files, Fox, 2001. Wally, "Reunion," Night Visions, Fox, 2001.

Career: Actor. Circle Repertory Theatre, member; Lab Theatre Company, member. Awards, Honors: ALMA Award nomination, emerging actor, 2000, for Third Watch; ALMA Award nomination (with Raquel Welch), outstanding host, 2001, for 2000 Hispanic Heritage Awards.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Virgil Is Still the Frog Boy, Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY, 1996. Title role, Noel Coward in Two Keys, Bay Street Theatre, 1996. Chilean Holiday, Humana Festival, Actors Theatre, Louisville, KY, 1996. Understudy for the roles of Victor Chandebise, Dodo, Justin Battalion, and Carlos Homenides de Histingua, A Flea in Her Ear, Roundabout Theatre Company, Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, 1998. Steve, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1998. Lieutenant Portuondo, Two Sisters and a Piano, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1999.

Also appeared as Officer Scott, Doogie Howser, M.D.; Donald Preston, The Preston Episodes; Gary Stark, Family Law, CBS.

Also appeared in The Young Man and the World, Circle in the Square, New York City, Incident at 118th, and Latins in La La Land.

Stage Appearances: Cymbeline, Arena Stage, 1983.

Film Appearances: Parking lot customer, I'm Not Rappaport, Gramercy, 1996. Vigoda assistant #1, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997. Jack Jesus Nunez, Gloria, Columbia, 1999. Steve, The Bone Collector, Columbia TriStar, 1999. Fresh Cut Grass, 2000. The Guru, MCA/Universal, 2002. Angel, Washington Heights, Stolen Car, 2002. The Devil and Daniel Webster, Cutting Edge, 2002.

Also appeared as lago, Othello, The Shakespeare Theatre; Caliban, The Tempest; Jacques, As You Like It; title role, Macbeth.

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PERSONAL Full name, Robert M. Cannavale; born May 3, 1971, in Union City, NJ; married Jenny Lumet (a writer and actress); children: Jacob.

Television Appearances; Series: Joe, a recurring role, Trinity, NBC, 1998-1999. Robert 'Bobby7 Caffey, Third Watch, NBC, 1999-2001. Assistant District Attorney Jeremiah "J. J." Jellinek, 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001—.

Addresses: Manager—Turnpike Entertainment, 422 Smithwood Dr., Suite B, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Contact—c/o 100 Centre Street, 235 E. 45th St., New York, NY 10017.

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Also appeared in Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and As You Like It, Shakespeare on Broadway program, New York Shakespeare Festival.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, 13th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards, NBC, 1999. Host, Hispanic Heritage Awards, NBC, 2000. Presenter, 5th Annual ALMA Awards, ABC, 2002.

Stage Work: Director, Fences, Children's Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 1998. Director, The Piano Lesson, Children's Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Adam Ball, "Easy Come, Easy Go," Sex and the City, HBO, 2000. Kyle Novacek, "Monogamy/' Law & Order: Specials Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC and USA Network, 2002. Wilson Jade, "Tom Dooley," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2002. Wilson Jade, "Another One Bites the Dust," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2002. Wilson Jade, "What I'll Never Do for Love," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2002. Wilson Jade, "Bygones," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2002.

Film Appearances: Willie, Veteran's Hospital, Born on the Fourth of July, Universal, 1989. Tom, Prelude to a Kiss, 1992. Flo, Fathers & Sons, 1992. Byron Wilder, The Chase, 1994. Lieutenant Darik Westergard, Crimson Tide, Buena Vista, 1995. Artemus St. John Saint, The Great White Hype, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Bad ass dude, Best Laid Plans, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Cyrus Cunningham, The Ladies Man (also known as The Ladies' Man), Paramount, 2000.

CARROLL, Rocky PERSONAL Born July 8, in Cincinnati, OH; married Gabrielle Bullock (an architect), 1996. Education: Attended Conservatory of Theatre Arts, Webster University.

Television Appearances; Series: Joey Emerson, Roc (also known as Roc Live), Fox, 1991. Dr. Keith Wilkes, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996-2000. Voice of Hilas, Hercules (animated; also known as Disney's Hercules), ABC and syndicated, 1998. Adrian Spencer, Welcome to New York (also known as Gaffigan), CBS, 2000. Carl Reese, The Agency, CBS, 2001—.

Career: Actor. Repertory Theatre, St. Louis, MO, member. Awards, Honors: Outer Critics Circle Award and Theatre World Award, both most promising newcomer, Helen Hayes Award, outstanding actor, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1990, for The Piano Lesson; Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), 1997 and 1998, Image Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor and outstanding lead actor, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1998 and 1999, all for Chicago Hope.

Television Appearances; Movies: Dwan, Money, Power, Murder, CBS, 1989. Lieutenant Frank Early, Five Desperate Hours, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Talk of the Town, CBS, 1996. Carl Reese, The Agency, CBS, 2001.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Sir Henry Green, Richard II, Delacorte Theatre, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1987. Sir Walter Blunt, Henry IV, Part I, Delacorte Theatre, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1987. Lymon, The Piano Lesson, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1987, then Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1990-1991. Boy Willie, The Piano Lesson, Children's Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dr. Davids, "Prescription for Death," Law & Order, NBC, 1990. Voices of Derek Maza and Glasses, "Deadly Force," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1994. Voices of Derek Maza and Talon, "Metamorphosis," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995. Voice of Derek Maza, "Her Brother's Keeper," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995. Voice of Glasses, "The Silver Falcon," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995.

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Voice of Glasses, "Protection/' Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995. Voice of Talon, 'The Cage/' Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1995. Voice of Talon, "Kingdom," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1996. Voice of Glasses, "Turf," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1996. Voice of Talon, "The Reckoning," Gargoyles (animated), syndicated, 1996. Dr. Keith Wilkes, "Mum's the Word," Early Edition, CBS, 1998. Corey Sykes, "The Drop-In," The West Wing, NBC, 2001. U.S. Attorney Skidmore, "Liar's Club: Parts 1 & 2," Family Law, CBS, 2001.

Addresses: Manager—Gilbertson/Kincaid Management, 1330 Fourth St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actor.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Bring Him Home, 2000. Mitch Valentine, It Is What It Is, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Second Mickey Langer, Family Passions (also known as Macht der Leidenschaft), 1993. Domenic DiFranco, Taking the Falls, 1995. Lee Hunter, Hollyoaks, 1995. Tommy "Ryke" Rykespoor, Traders, CTV, 1996. Paul Isler, Black Harbour, CBC, 1996. David Bishop, These Arms of Mine, 1999. Solomon Zond, Veritos, ABC, 2002.

Also appeared as voice, Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?, Fox; voice of Talon, "Genesis Undone," Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (animated), syndicated; voice of Triton, "Inhumans Saga: The Inhumans among Us," The Fantastic Four; voice of Triton, "Inhumans Saga: Beware the Hidden Land," The Fantastic Four; Officer Jerry White, High Incident, ABC.

Also appeared as Damacles, The Industry. Television Appearances; Specials: Voice, Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible (animated), Fox, 1996. The 14th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, syndicated, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Michael, Betrayal of Silence, 1988. Muff, Taking the Heat, Showtime, 1993. Lundquist, Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes, Lifetime, 1994. First FBI agent, To Save the Children, CBS, 1994. Gus Mortson, Net Worth, CBC, 1995. Gary, The Man in the Attic, Showtime, 1995. Marcus, Jody's ex-husband, Her Desperate Choice (also known as Desperate Justice), Lifetime, 1996. Mark Holston, Talk to Me, ABC, 1996. Breslow, "He Who Kills," Trilogy of Terror II, USA Network, 1996. Deputy George Pettygrew, The Morrison Murders, USA Network, 1996. Bill Rickman, Moonshine Highway, Showtime, 1996. Rob Hyler, What Kind of Mother Are You?, NBC, 1996. Craig Klooster, Time to Say Goodbye?, Lifetime, 1997. Howard Larkin, The Fixer, Showtime, 1998. Jack Brannigan, Recipe for Revenge (also known as Harlequin's Recipe for Revenge), The Movie Channel, 1998. Brian Hogan, Task Force: Caviar, 2000. Dr. Allard, The Day Reagan Was Shot, Showtime, 2001. Detective Cary Grant, Hitched, USA Network, 2001. Russell, Guilt by Association, Court TV, 2002.

RECORDINGS Videos: Voice of Derek Maza, Gargoyles: The Force of Goliath (animated), 1998. Voice of Derek Maza, Gargoyles: Brothers Betrayed (animated), 1998. Video Games: Voice of Willy Walker, Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers, Sierra On-Line, 1994.

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PERSONAL Born November 12; married; wife's name, Jennifer; children: two daughters, one son. Education: Studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and with Milton Katselas, Kurt Reis and David Rotenberg.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Second George, More Tears, originally broadcast on CBC [Canada], then PBS, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Archeologist, Veritas, ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Second alien and second guy from record company, "Choir of Angels/' War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1989. Police officer, "The Playhouse/' Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1989. "Missing," My Secret Identity, syndicated, 1990. Clark, "Video Messiah," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1990. "Big Man on Campus," /Caffs and Dog, CTV and The Family Channel, 1991. Methey, "Three Men and a Skull," My Secret Identity, syndicated, 1991. Williams, Gorry, and Pezzulich, Top Cops, CBS, 1992. "The Banker and the Belle/Car Wars," Secret Service, NBC, 1992. Agent Ford, "Chinatown," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1994. Agent Ford, "Heaven and Earth," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1995. Agent Ford, "All the Queen's Horses," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1996. Agent Ford, "Red, White, or Blue," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1996. "Requiem," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1996. Agent Ford, "Dead Guy Running," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1997. Bobby, "Requiem for a Cop: Part 1," F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1997. Damacles, "Pawn to King Four," Made in Canada,

Also appeared in Street Legal, CBC. Stage Appearances: Appeared as Stanley, A Streetcar Named Desire; Achilles, The Greeks; Chance Wayne, Sweet Bird of Youth, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; in Tom Jones, Strange Snow, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, all Williamstown Theatre, Williamstown, MA; Frozen Dogs, off-Broadway production; The American Clock; Breaks.

CASCIO, Michael 1950PERSONAL Full name, Michael Joseph Cascio; born July 5, 1950, in Arlington, VA; son of Morris Frank and Blanche Rose (maiden name, Borzomati) Cascio; married Jane Kashlak, April 7, 1979 (divorced, January, 1987); married Cynthia Weber, February 14, 1988. Education: University of Virginia, B.A., American studies, 1972; American University, M.A., communications, 1973. Career: Producer and network executive. Station WUVA, Charlottesville, VA, reporter and news director, 1968-72; WAMU-FM Radio, Washington, DC, executive producer, reporter, and announcer, 1972-73; WTTG-TV, Washington, DC, intern and production assistant, 1973; WHYY-TV, Wilmington, DE, news director, reporter, and producer of special programs in Wilmington and in Philadelphia, PA, 1973-78; WNETTV, New York City, producer of New Jersey Nightly News in Newark, NJ, and reporter for Congress Watch, 1978-79; WPVI-TV, Philadelphia, PA, executive producer, news producer, and director of public affairs, beginning 1979; Arts and Entertainment Television Networks, New York City, began as director of documentary production, became executive producer and vice president for documentary programming (including the series of specials Biography), then senior vice president for programming, between 1990 and 1999; NBC News, vice president for cable programming development, 1999-2001; Animal Planet, executive vice president and general manager, 2001—. Jefferson Cable Television, editor of a news interview program, anchor, and writer, 1971-72. Faculty member at Wilmington College, 1974, and University of Delaware, 1977. NBC News, worked as courier in Washington, DC; also worked as clerk for the Central Intelligence Agency and backstage janitor at Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts.

1998. Damacles, "Gemini Night," Made in Canada, 1998. Damacles, "Damacles Directs," Made in Canada, 1999. Commander Thomas Risnicki, "War Stories: Part 2," JAG, CBS, 1999. Vincent McKnight, "Wild Life," Martial Law, CBS, 1999. Phil Dykstra and Dennis Pratt, "People Like Us," Viper, syndicated, 1999. Alan Archer, "Dead End on Blank Street," The Sentinel, UPN, 1999. Craig Winston, "Ties That Bind," The Pretender, NBC,

1999. Victor Crowley, "Camera Shy," Early Edition, CBS, 1999. Damacles, "Damacles ... What a Doll," Made in

Canada, 2000. Stephen's father, "Party Lines," Felicity, The WB, 2000. Sidney Coal, Synthedyne CEO, "Shorties in Love," Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. "Aqua Valva," V.I.P., syndicated, 2001. Keeler, "Unearthed," Earth: Final Conflict, syndicated, 2001. 67

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Who Killed JFK? On the Trail of the Conspiracies, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. New York Law, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Sins of the Fathers, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Trophy Kill: America's Poacher Wars, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Chappaquiddick, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Fireworks! with George Plimpton, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. W. C Fields, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Al Capone: Scarface, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Betty Grable: Behind the Pin-up, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Buster Keaton: Genius in Slapshoes, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Charles Schulz: A Charlie Brown Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Charlton Heston: For All Seasons, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Dean Martin: Everybody Loves Somebody, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. ER: The Real Drama, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Genghis Khan: Terror and Conquest, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Howdy Doody & Buffalo Bob, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Leona Helmsley, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Liberace: Mr. Showmanship, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Loretta Lynn, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Mickey Rooney: Hollywood's Little Giant, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. The Million Dollar Spy, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Naked News, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. O. ]. Simpson, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Paul Newman: Hollywood's Charming Rebel, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Sherlock Holmes: The Great Detective, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Walter Winchell: The Voice of America, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Wife Beaters, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Alice Faye: The Star Next Door, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Arnold Schwarzenegger: Flex Appeal, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Arthur Godfrey: Broadcasting's Forgotten Giant, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Audie Murphy: Great American Hero, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Behind Bars, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Carmen Miranda: The South American Way, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Carol Burnett: Just to Have a Laugh, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Danny Thomas: Make Room for Danny, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. David Brinkley: A Reporter's Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1996.

Awards, Honors: Blue Ribbon Addy Award, Philadelphia Advertising Club, 1983; award from Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations, Philadelphia, 1983; Philadelphia Emmy awards, 1984, 1996; award from Scleroderma Research Foundation, 1984; Sarah Award, Women in Communications, 1985; "top honors/' New Jersey Broadcasters Association, 1985; award from Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, 1985; Highway Safety Award, State of New Jersey, 1986; award from Delaware affiliate of Mothers against Drunk Driving, 1987; commendation, American Women in Radio and Television, 1987; Iris Award, National Association of Television Program Executives, 1988; Annual CableACE Award, best documentary series, National Cable Television Association, 1993; Annual CableACE Award, 1995; shared Emmy Award nomination, outstanding informational series, 1996, for Biography; Annual CableACE Award, best public affairs special or series, 1996; shared Emmy Award, outstanding informational series, 1997, for Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow; shared Emmy Award nominations, outstanding nonfiction series, 1998, and 1999, both for Biography; shared Golden Laurel Award, television producer of the year, episodic category, Producers Guild of America, 1998, for Biography; shared Emmy Award nomination, outstanding nonfiction special, 1999, for The Farm. CREDITS Television Executive Producer; Series: The New Explorers, Arts and Entertainment and PBS, 1991. American Justice, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Dogs, 1993. 5c/ File, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Biography: This Week, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Treasure!, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. LA. Detectives, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Television Executive Producer; Specials: 'The Healing Mind/' Investigative Reports, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. 'The Killing Culture/' Investigative Reports, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Los Angeles: Anatomy of a Riot, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. 'The Mafia in Italy," Investigative Reports, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Prisoners in the Hanoi Hilton, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. "The RFK Assassination," Investigative Reports, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. 68

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CASCIO Dr. Ruth Westheimer: Speaking of Sex, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Edward R. Murrow: Voice of America, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. The Gambinos: First Family of Crime, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Idi Am in: Monster in Disguise, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Inside Heaven's Gate, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Jane Russell, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Jimmy Stewart, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Joan Collins: A Personal Dynasty, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Julia Child: An Appetite for Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Katharine Graham: Pillar of the Post, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Kirk Douglas, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Mahatma Gandhi: Pilgrim of Peace, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Meth's Deadly High, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Mia Farrow: A Life of Drama, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Murder "In Cold Blood/' Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Quincy Jones: The Incomparable Q, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Secret Life of a Serial Killer, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. The Secret White House Tapes, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Sexpionage, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Sidney Poitier: The Defiant One, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Sophia Loren: Actress Italian Style, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Stalking the Stalkers, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Sylvester Stallone, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Tanya Tucker: Country Rebel, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. lorn Hanks: Hollywood's Golden Boy, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Truman Capote: The Tiny Terror, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. UFOs vs. the Government, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Untying the Straitjacket, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Vincent Price: The Versatile Villain, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Wayne Newton: The King of Las Vegas, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice, Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

Death Detectives: The LA. County Coroner, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. The Death of Vince Foster, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Dirty Secrets of Cromwell Street, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Edward G. Robinson: Little Big Man, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Evita: The Woman behind the Myth, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Hooked on a Dream: America's Lotteries, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Howard Stern: Radio Rebel, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jack Benny: Now Cut That Out!, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jamie Lee Curtis, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jean Harlow: Platinum Bombshell, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jeffrey Dahmer, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jerry Lewis: The Last American Clown, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Jim Carrey: The Joker's Wild, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Kathie Lee Gifford: Having It All, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Michael Douglas, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. On Parole: Prisoners of Freedom, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Peter Lorre: The Master of Menace, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Richard Pryor: Comic on the Edge, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Roseanne: Tabloids, Trash & Truth, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Secrets of Sex: Kama Sutra, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Tarzan: The Legacy of Edgar Rice Burroughs, syndicated, 1996. Tim Allen: Prince of Tools, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Zorro: Mark of the Z, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Alan Alda: More Than Mr. Nice Guy, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Barbara Stanwyck: Straight down the Line, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Donald Trump: Master of the Deal, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Doris Duke: The Lonely Heiress, Arts and Entertainment, 1997.

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Anne Frank: The Life of a Young Girl, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Anne Frank: The Missing Chapter, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Barbara Mandrell: Country's Do-Right Woman, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Bill Gates: Sultan of Software, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Biography of the Year, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Bob Hope: America's Entertainer, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Burt Reynolds, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Calvin Klein: A Stylish Obsession, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Cary Grant, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Case ofjonbenet: The Media vs. the Ramseys, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Charlie Chaplin: A Tramp's Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Christina Onassis, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. A Civil Action, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Cold Case Files /, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Connie Francis: Sweetheart of Song, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Deadly Transactions, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Delia Reese: Outspoken Angel, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Denzel Washington, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Diana: The True Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Dinah Shore, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Don Imus: Mouthing Off, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Donna Reed: I'll Take the Moon, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Doris Day: It's Magic, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Drugs at the Border, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ed Asner: Lovable Grouch, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Elizabeth: The Reluctant Monarch, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ernest Hemingway: Wrestling with Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ernie Kovacs: Please Stand By, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Evil Knievel: Hell on Wheels, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Exterminators, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Farm: Angola, USA (also known as The Farm), 1998. Firearms Freeway, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Cary Cooper: The Face of a Hero, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Gene Hackman: Portrait of an Artist, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. George C. Scott, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Green Beret Murder Mystery, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Greta Garbo: The Mysterious Lady, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Halston: All-American Chic, Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

Hank Williams: The Lonesome Heart of Country, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Harrison Ford: The Reluctant Hero, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Helen Thomas: First Lady of the Press, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Hillside Stranglers, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Hollywood's New Generation: Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore & Cameron Diaz, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Hunting Bambi: The Laurie Bambenek Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Hustons: Hollywood's Maverick Dynasty, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ida Lupino: Through the Lens, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Inside Scientology, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: In a Class of Her Own, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Jerry Seinfeld: Master of His Domain, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Jerry Springer: In the Center Ring, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Jesse"The Bodf Ventura, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Joan Rivers: Can She Talk!, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. John Glenn: The All-American Astronaut, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. John Wayne: American Legend, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Johnny Cash: The Man in Black, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Jonathan Winters: Without a Net, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Lloyd Bridges, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Loretta Young, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Marriage & Murder, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Merv Griffin: Master of the Game, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Mick Jagger: Rolling Stone, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Montgomery Clift: The Hidden Star, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Murder at Fort Devens, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Nat King Cole: Loved in Return, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The New Face of Crime, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Ozzie & Harriet: The Adventures of America's Favorite Family, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Pamela Harriman: Passion and Power, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Peace, Love, and Murder: The Ira Einhorn Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Peggy Fleming, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Prime-time Players: Calista Flockhart/Gillian Anderson/ David Spade, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Prince Philip: A Step behind the Queen, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. 70

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CASCIO Crime of Passion: The Pamela Smart Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Cruelty Connection, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Date Rape Drug, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. David Frost: One-on-One with Elton John; My Gift Is My Song, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Dead Kid Walking, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Death Row Women, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Dorothy Dandridge: Little Girl Lost, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Dr. Joyce Brothers, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Dr. Laura Schlessinger: Tough Talker, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Drowning in Lies: The Trial of Edward Post, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Duty, Honor ... and Murder, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Earth in the Hot Seat, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Elizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ethel Merman: There's No Business Like Show Business, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Everly Brothers, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Fight Like a Girl, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. For Better or Worse: Same-Sex Marriages, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Gangsta Girls, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. George Jones: The King of Heartbreak, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. George W. Bush, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Grace Kelly: Hollywood Princess, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Guns in America: Gun Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Guns in America: Inside the NRA, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Guns in America: The Gun Effect, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cans in America: The Gun Makers, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Guns in America: Young Guns, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Hayley Mills, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Heinz: The Ketchup Kings, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Inside LAX, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Inside Polygamy, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Intimate Deception, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. IRS Horror Stories, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. It's Not My Fault: Strange Defenses, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. J. Edgar Hoover: Personal and Confidential, Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

The Real Full Monty, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Regis Philbin: Made for TV, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Rex Harrison, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Road Warriors: The Biker Brotherhood, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Roddy McDowall: Hollywood's Best Friend, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Selena: Murder of a Star, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Steve Rubell: Lord of the Disco, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Steven Spielberg: An Empire of Dreams, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Susan Hayward: The Brooklyn Bombshell, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Tammy Wynette, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Transgender Revolution, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Walter Cronkite: Eyewitness to History, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. William Shatner, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Andre the Giant: Larger Than Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Angle Dickinson: Tinseltown's Classiest Broad, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ann Landers: America's Confidante, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Annie Oakley: Crack Shot in Petticoats, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Anthony Perkins: A Life in the Shadows, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Anthony Robbins: The Secret of His Success, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Anti-Gay Hate Crimes, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Baby Beauty Queens, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Barbara Eden: Out of the Bottle, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Bill Bradley: In the Game, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Biography of the Millennium: 100 People ... 7000 Years, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Bloomingdales, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Bob Barker: Master of Ceremonies, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Body of Evidence: The Tom Capano Trial, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Boy Crazy: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Bringing UFO's down to Earth, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Business of Death, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ceausescu: The Unrepentant Tyrant, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Celebrity Close Encounters, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cold Case Files 2, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cold Case Files 3, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cold Case Files 4, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cold Case Files 5, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Cop World, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Copycat Crimes, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. 71

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Jimmy Doolittle: King of the Sky, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Joan Crawford, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Joe Bonanno: The Last Godfather, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John F. Kennedy, Jr.: Child of a Dream, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John Ford: An American Icon, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John McCain: American Maverick, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John Steinbeck: An American Writer, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. John Wayne Gacy: Monster in Disguise, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Jonesboro Schoolyard Ambush, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Thejudds, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Justice Denied: The Hurricane Carter Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Justice Denied: Wrong Place, Wrong Time, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Katharine Hepburn: On Her Own Terms, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Kenny Rogers: A Gambler's Tale, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Lana Turner: Hollywood's Screen Siren, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Leonard Nimoy, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Lesley Ann Warren: A Cinderella Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Lethal Injection: The Hospital Murders, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Linda Darnell: Hollywood's Fallen Angel, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Long Arm of the Russian Mob, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Mark McGwire: Heavy Hitter/Sammy Sosa: Out of the Park, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Martha Raye: In Love and War, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Mary Tyler Moore: All American Girl, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Michael Landon, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Mick Foley: Madman Unmasked, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Mind Control Murder, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Murder in the Family, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Nazis' Secret Killing Squads, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Neil Simon: The People's Playwright, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Nelson Rockefeller: Passionate Millionaire, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The New Skinheads, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Nicholas Brothers: Flying High, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Nick Nolte, Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Organ Trade: Life and Death for Sale, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Osmonds: Pure and Simple, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Pat Nixon, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Payback for a Bully, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Raquel Welch, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Rat Pack, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Robert Wagner: Hollywood's Prince Charming, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Rock Hudson: Acting the Part, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Ron Howard: Hollywood's Favorite Son, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Samuel L. Jackson, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Shooting Stars: The Paparazzi, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Sinatra Kidnapping, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Sister against Sister: The Twin Murder Plot, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Slobodan Milosevic: Serbian Strongman, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Spencer Tracy: Triumph and Turmoil, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Stolen Identities, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. "Stone Cold' Steve Austin: Lord of the Ring, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Susan Sarandon: Rebel with a Cause, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. A Teenage Murder Mystery, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Teenage Suicide: The Silent Threat, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Teenagers under the Gun, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Test Tube Dads, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Till Death Do Us Part: Barbara Stager Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Tim Conway: Just Clowning Around, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. To Russia for Love: Mail Order Brides, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Tony Randall: Center Stage, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Vigilante Dad, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Who Killed the Candy Heiress? The Helen Brach Story, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Wildlife on the Edge, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. William Holden: An Untamed Spirit, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Women Warriors: The Making of a Marine, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Colonel Robert McCormick: Chicago Press Baron, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Crimefighters: The World Beat, Arts and Entertainment, 2000.

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Addresses: Agent—The Kohner Agency, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 555, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Tavel Entertainment, 9171 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 406, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—Patricola Lust PR, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 530, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—c/o Salt Spring Corp., 8391 Beverly Blvd., P.O. Box 372, Los Angeles, CA 90048-2633; 1500-701 West Georgia St., Vancouver BC V7Y 1C6, Canada.

Dick Powell: Thanks a Million, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Dick Van Dyke: Put on a Happy Face, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Ernest Borgnine: Hollywood's Uncommon Character, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Gerald Ford: Healing the Presidency, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Harold Robbins: Fact, Fantasy, and Fiction, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Hedda Hopper: Hollywood's Gossip Queen, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Hunt for the Killer Flu, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Life on the Edge: West Bank Settlers, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Lowell Thomas: Man about the World, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Pat Robertson: Preaching Politics, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. William S. Paley: The Eye of CBS, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Colin Powell: A Soldier's Campaign, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Ghost Ship of the Confederacy, History Channel, 2001. H. Norman Schwarzkopf: A Soldier's Story, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. The Lost Dutchman Mine, History Channel, 2001. The Secret of the U-110, History Channel, 2001. UFOs: Testing the Evidence, History Channel, 2002.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Genie Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a continuing leading dramatic role, 2000, for Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Sarah Chalk) Maisy, Ernest Goes to School, Monarch Home Video, 1994. Myra, Y2K (also known as Terminal Countdown), PM Entertainment Group, 1999. Katy Dudston, All Shook Up, 1999. Cinderella, Cinderella: Single Again, 2000. Voice of narrator, Diary of an Alien, 2000. Spin Cycle, 2000. Linda, Kill Me Later, Seventh Arts Releasing, 2001. Jane Bennett, XCU: Extreme Close Up, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Cohost, Kidzone, Knowledge Network, 1990-1993. Second Becky Conner Healy, Roseanne, ABC, 1993-1995, 1996-1997. Gloria Mclntosh Hobson, Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy, CBC, 1998. Dr. Elliot Reid, Scrubs, NBC, 2001—.

Television Producer; Specials: Lifesense, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show.

Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, Cybermania '94: The Ultimate Gamer Awards, TBS, 1994. Competitor, Superstar American Gladiators, ABC, 1995. Herself, NBC's Funniest Outtakes, NBC, 2002. Dr. Elliot Reid, A Very Muppet Christmas, 2002.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Angelica McMurrich, City Boy, PBS, 1992. Carrie, Relentless: Mind of a Killer, NBC, 1993. Elizabeth, Woman on the Ledge, NBC, 1993. Laura Sawyer, Beyond Obsession (also known as A Daughter's Secret: The Trad di Carlo Story), ABC,

Born August 27, 1977 (some sources say 1976), in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (some sources say Ottawa, Ontario, Canada); daughter of Doug (a lawyer and mediator) and Angie (a mediator) Chalke. Avocational Interests: Skiing, basketball, hiking, dance, cooking, playing guitar, snowboarding, kayaking, and reading.

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Krista Wilson, Stand against Fear (also known as Moment of Truth: Stand against Fear), NBC, 1996. Melinda Chandler, A Child's Wish (also known as A Fight for Justice), CBS, 1997. Drea Davenport, Dying to Belong, NBC, 1997. Annie Morrell, Daughters (also known as Our Mother's Murder), USA Network, 1997. Sarah Zoltanne, I've Been Waiting for You, NBC, 1998.

CREDITS Film Producer: Bengali Nights, 1988. Cinq jours en juin (also known as Five Days in June), Acteurs Auteurs Associes, 1988. Les deux Fragonard, Capital Cinema, 1989. La peste (also known as The Plague), Gaumont, 1992. La fenetre, 1992. Dead or Alive, 2002. Les chemins de I'oued, 2002. Toutes les filles sont folles, Euripide Distribution, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Gloria Mclntosh, Nothing Too Cood for a Cowboy, CBC, 1998.

Film Executive Producer: Wait Until Spring, Bandini (also known as Aspetta primavera Bandini, Bandini, John Fante's Wait Until Spring, Bandini, and Le ragioni del cuore), Orion Classics, 1989. Dames galantes (also known as Donne di piacere and Gallant Ladies), Gaumont, 1990. Die Zevende hemel (also known as Le septieme del), 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Real estate agent, "A Place Called Nowhere/' The Odyssey, CBC, 1992. Annie, 'labour Day/' Neon Rider, CTV and syndicated, 1992. Herself, "Halloween—The Final Chapter," Roseanne, ABC, 1995. Murial Jakes, "The Bounty Hunter," Dead Man's Gun, Showtime, 1997. Herself, "Conner Family Reunion," The Roseanne Show, ABC, 1998. Chloe Wells, "The Channel," First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999. Herself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002.

Film Coproducer: Koko Flanel, 1990. L'atlantide, SACIS, 1992. Legends of the North, Trimark, 1995. Eye of the Wolf, Trimark, 1995. Film Associate Producer: Paria, Magouric Distribution, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, January 15, 1995.

Film Delegate Producer: Diario para un cuento (also known as Anabel), 1998.

CHANG, Doug See CHIANG, Doug

Television Producer; Series: Les monos, 1999. Manatea, les perles du Pacifique, 1999. La proc, 2000. Television Executive Producer; Series: Fly by Night, CBS, 1991. Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), syndicated, 1992. Highlander: The Raven (also known as L'immortelle), syndicated, 1998.

CHARRET, Christian

PERSONAL Career: Producer. GTV Productions, president; Tele Images International, executive vice president, prime time programming.

Television Co-Executive Producer; Series: Counterstrike, USA Network, 1990. Relic Hunter (also known as Relic Hunter—Die Schatzjaegerin and Sydney Fox I'aventuriere), syndicated, 1999. Les redoutables, 2001.

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Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 2000, 2001, Screen Actors Guild Award (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 2000, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 2001, 2002, all for The Sopranos.

Television Producer; Movies: Voices in the Garden (also known as Des voix dans le jardin)f 1992. Sandra, c'est la vie (also known as Sandra: A Love Story), 1992. Interdit d'amour, 1992. Embrasse-moi vite!, 1993. Warrior Spirit, 1994. Une femme dans mon coeur, 1995. Sixieme classique, 1995. Le parasite, 1995. Une fille a papa, 1996. Un si bel orage, 1996. Un ete aux hirondelles, 1997. Uenfant des terres blondes, 1997. Denis, 1997. L'amour dans le desordre, 1997. Premier de cordee, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Panhandler, Fuzz, United Artists, 1972. Johnny Ola, The Godfather: Part II (also known as Mario Puzo's The Godfather: Part If), Paramount, 1974. Father, Dog Day Afternoon, Warner Bros., 1975. Eugenio R. Martinez, Watergate burglar, All the President's Men, Warner Bros., 1976. Arthur Fox, Fingers, Worldvision Enterprises, Inc., 1978. Mendoza, On the Yard, Midwest Films, 1978. Carl Travers, ... And Justice for All, Columbia Pictures, 1979. Orlov, Firepower, Associated Film Distributors, 1979. Corelli's father, Fort Apache, the Bronx, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Father Dominic, Second Sight, Warner Bros., 1989. (As Dominick Chianese) Larry Pesch, also known as Vito Francone, Q&A, TriStar, 1990. Mr. Madano, Out for Justice, Warner Bros., 1991. Spoleto, The Public Eye, Universal, 1992. Neighbor, The Night We Never Met, Miramax, 1993. Father of the bride, Rivalen des Gluecks—The Contenders (also known as The Contenders), 1993. Al, If Lucy Fell, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Italian council, Love Is All There Is, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996. Looking for Richard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Judge Impelliteri, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997. Al the Trainer, The Mouse, Strand Releasing, 1997. Mickey, the photographer, Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God ...Be Back by Five, Phaedra, 1998. Father Nichols, Under Hellgate Bridge, CAVU Releasing, 1999. Papa, Cradle Will Rock, Buena Vista, 1999. Frank Wilson, Unfaithful, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002.

Television Coproducer; Movies: Baree (also known as Baree: The Wolf Dog, Bari, and Northern Passage), HBO, 1994. Grand nord (also known as Esperanaza), 1994. Quand un ange passe, 1998. Television Producer; Miniseries: Berlin Lady (also known as La dame de Berlin), 1990. Hors limites (also known as Off Limits), 1996. La clef des champs, 1998. The Violent Earth (also known as Terre violente), 1998. La bicyclette bleue, 2000.

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PERSONAL Born September 2, 1934 (some sources cite 1931), in New York, NY; father, a bricklayer; married and divorced several times; children: Dominic (an actor), another son, four daughters. Education: Graduated from Brooklyn College; studied acting at the Actors Studio.

Television Appearances; Series: Alexi Vartova, Ryan's Hope, ABC, 1981. Corrado Erico "Uncle Junior" Soprano, The Sopranos, HBO, 1999—.

Addresses: Agent—Parseghian/Planco Agency, 23 E. 22nd St., 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10010. Manager— RK Talent Management Group, 235 Park Avenue South, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10003.

Television Appearances; Movies: Promoter, A Time for Miracles, ABC, 1980. Gabriel Capone, The Lost Capone, TNT, 1990. JoeArmone, Gotti, HBO, 1996.

Career: Actor. Gredes' Folk City, master of ceremonies, c. 1960s; previously worked as a musical-comedy performer and a bricklayer.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Nicky Fish, Coconut Downs, ABC, 1991. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, TNN & CMT Country Music Weekly Awards, TNN and CMT, 2001.

Addresses: Office—Doug Chiang Studio, P.O. Box 151617, San Rafael, CA 94915.

Television Appearances; Episodic: George Mallick, "A Hair-Trigger Away/' Kojak, CBS, 1976. Correlli's father, "A Choice of Dreams/' Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1986. Dan Rubell, "Sonata for Solo Organ/' Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Judge Paul Kaylin, "Purple Heart," Law & Order, NBC, 1995. "Lucas Raymondicus," Cosby, CBS, 1997. Judge Paul Kaylin, "Shadow," Law & Order, NBC, 1997.

Career: Special effects art director. Digital Productions (computer graphics company), Los Angeles, director and designer, beginning in 1986, including graphics work for the television series The Oprah Winfrey Show and Good Morning America and design and animation for Pee-Wee's Playhouse; freelance stop-motion animator, 1987; Rhythm and Hues, director and designer of commercials; Universal Pictures, concept designer, 1989; Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), visual effects art director, 1989-93, creative director, 1993-95; joined Star Wars franchise as design director, 1995; Doug Chiang Studio, San Rafael, CA, founder, 2000.

Appeared in a fourth episode of Law & Order, NBC. Stage Appearances: HMS Pinafore, 1952. Max Greeny, Requiem for a Heavyweight, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1985. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, The Return, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1989. Father De Leo, The Rose Tattoo, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1995. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, National Actors Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Grand prize, Michigan Student Film Festival, c. 1976, for the clay animation in a student film, Gladiator; FOCUS Award, 1985, for a short, clay animation film, Mental Block; Academy Award (with Ken Ralston, Douglas Smythe, and Tom Woodruff, Jr.), best visual effects, and Film Award (with Alec Gillis, Michael Lantieri, Ralston, Smythe, and Woodruff, Jr.), British Academy of Film and Television Arts, both 1993, for Death Becomes Her; Clio Award, best set design, 1994, for a Malaysian Airlines commercial; Film Award (with Allen Hall, George Murphy, Stephen Rosenbaum, and Ralston), best special effects, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1995, for Forrest Gump; named among "100 of the most influential Asian Americans of the decade/' Inside Asian America, 1999.

RECORDINGS Albums: (With others) Sopranos Vol. 2 Peppers & Eggs, Sony, 2001. Hits, Madacy 2 Label Group, 2001.

CREDITS OTHER SOURCES Film Work; Visual Effects Art Director: Ghost, Paramount, 1990. (As Doug Chang) The Doors, TriStar, 1991. Switch (also known as Blake Edwards' Switch), Columbia, 1991. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (also known as T2 and T2—Terminator 2: Judgment Day), TriStar, 1991. Death Becomes Her (also known as La muerte le sienta bien), Universal, 1992. The Nutcracker (also known as George Balanchine's The Nutcracker), Regency Enterprises, 1993. Forrest Gump, Paramount, 1994. (Visual effects art direction supervisor) The Mask, New Line Cinema, 1994. Jumanji, Columbia, 1995.

Periodicals: Maclean's, June 4, 2001, p. 35.

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Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 Tenth St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Sager Management Inc., 260 South Beverly Dr., Suite 205, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—jerry Shandrew PR, 1050 S. Stanley Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90019.

Film Work; Other: (Director) Mental Block (short animated film), 1985. (Concept design director) Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace (also known as The Phantom Menace and Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. (Concept design director) Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones (also known as Star Wars If), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002.

Career: Actress. Previously appeared in commercials. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination (with others), outstanding youth ensemble in a cable or off primetime series, 1994, for Saved by the Bell: The College Years.

Film Appearances: Flag bearer, Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace (also known as The Phantom Menace and Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1999.

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Television Appearances: Robots among Us (special), The Discovery Channel, 2000. Guest storyteller, Telling Stories with Tomie dePaola (episodic), c. 2001.

Film Appearances: Skooled, 1994. Claire, Simon Sez, Independent Artists, 1999. Wilma, Held Up, Trimark Pictures, 1999. Kathy, Hollywood Horror, 2000. Sorority girl, Joe Dirt, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Serendipity, Reality Check, 2002.

WRITINGS Multimedia: Creator of a multimedia "book/' Robota: Reign of Machines.

Television Appearances; Series: Lindsay Warner, Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1993-1996. Chloe Davis, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1997. Rachel Whittaker, Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Paige Whitney, Odd Man Out, ABC, 1999. Casey, The Random Years, UPN, 2002. Voice of Kyra, Battle Force: Andromeda, 2003.

OTHER SOURCES Books:

Notable Asian Americans, Gale, 1995. Periodicals: Asia, Inc., March, 1994, pp. 58-59.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jennifer, Romantic Comedy 101, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

Electronic: Doug Chiang Studio, http://www.dchiang.com, October 15, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Attack of the Killer B-Movies, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Bloomington, Indiana, The WB, 1998. Fresh Meat, The WB, 2000.

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RECORDINGS Videos: Royal Rumble (also known as WWF Royal Rumble), 1998. Survivor Series (also known as WWF Survivor Series), 1998. Royal Rumble, 1999. WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre, 1999. Wrestlemania XV (also known as Wrestlemania XV: The Ragin' Climax), 1999. WWF over the Edge, 1999. Fully Loaded (also known as WWF No Way Out), 1999. Armageddon (also known as WWF Armageddon), World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, 1999. Host, Come Get Some: The Women of the WWF, Silver Vision Video, 1999. Royal Rumble, 2000. No Way Oaf (also known as WWF No Way Out), 2000. Wrestlemania 2000 (also known as Wrestlemania XVI and WWF Wrestlemania XVI), 2000. WWF Backlash, 2000. WWF Judgment Day, 2000. Royal Rumble, 2001. Announcer, Invasion (also known as WCW/ECW Invasion, WCW Invasion, WWF Invasion, WWF vs. the Alliance: Invasion, and WWF vs. WCW/ECW Invasion), WWF Home Video, 2001. Survivor Series (also known as WWF Survivor Series), 2001. Royal Rumble, 2002. Interviewer, Wrestlemania X-8 (also known as Wrestlemania X-VIII and WWF Wrestlemania X-8), Koch Vision, 2002. Interviewer, WWF Backlash (also known as Backlash), 2002. Interviewer, WWE Judgment Day, 2002. Interviewer, King of the Ring (also known as WWE King of the Ring), 2002. Cohost, WWE Vengeance, 2002. Summerslam, 2002.

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PERSONAL Original name, Sean Coulthard; born December 8, 1968, in Syracuse, NY. Education: Syracuse University, degree in communications, 1988. Career: Television host and commentator. Worked in radio news in Albany, NY, c. 1988-89; KTRH-Radio, Houston, TX, news reporter, c. 1989-95; WCBS-Radio, New York City, news reporter, 1995-97; World Wrestling Federation, announcer, 1997—.

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Television Appearances; Series: Announcer, WWF Smackdown! (also known as Smackdown! Xtreme, World Wrestling Federation Smackdown!, and WWE Smackdown!)f UPN, beginning 1999. Announcer, WWFJakked (also known as WWEJakked), beginning 1999. Host, WWF Livewire, The Nashville Network, 1999-2000. Interviewer, Raw Is War (also known as WWF Raw, WWF Raw Is War, and WWF Warzone), USA Network, 1999-2002. Cohost, Sunday Night Heat (also known as WWF Sunday Night Heat), 2000-2002. Host, WWF Excess (also known as WWF Excess Late Night), 2002. Announcer, WWE Velocity, 2002.

Video Games: Voice, WWF Smackdown! 2: Know Your Role (also known as SmackDown! 2), THQ Inc., 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Night of Champions," WCW Monday Nitro, 2001.

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Television Appearances; Other: Cohost, WWE Divas: Undressed, 2002.

Original name, Constantine Joanides; born May 22, 1927, in Reading, PA; son of Theoharis (a steel worker) and Andromache (maiden name, Foteadou) Efstration; married Juliana McCarthy (an actress), October 5, 1953

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CONSTANTINE Dr. Rudolph, Leap of Faith (also known as Question of Faith), CBS, 1988. Elliot, Because Mommy Works, NBC, 1994. WW3 (also known as WWII1), Fox, 2001.

(divorced, 1969); children: Thea Eileen, Brendan Neil. Education: Studied acting with Howard DaSilva. Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Oscar Jenssen, Ghostbreaker, NBC, 1967. Captain Gus Maryk, The Bait, ABC, 1973. Gunther, Big Rose (also known as Double Trouble), CBS, 1974. Jacob Horowitz, Conspiracy of Terror, NBC, 1975. Ben Sampson, Twin Detectives, ABC, 1976. Dominick, the father, Daughters, NBC, 1977. Frank Yost, The Love Tapes (also known as They're Playing Our Tape), ABC, 1980. Mr. Harding, "Maxwell Ltd.: Finder of Lost Loves Pilot," Finder of Lost Loves, 1984.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding performance by an actor in a supporting role in comedy, 1970, Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performance by an actor in a supporting role in comedy, 1971, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor in television, 1971, all for Room 222; Golden Globe Award nomination, best television actor in a musical or comedy, 1977, for Sirota's Court; San Diego Drama Critics Award, 1986, for A Walk in the Woods; DramaLogue Award. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Armstrong Circle Theatre, CBS, 1958. "Loan Shark," Brenner, CBS, 1959. Carabello, "The Nick Moses Story," The Untouchables, ABC, 1961. Edmund Wald, "The King of Champagne," The Untouchables, ABC, 1961. "The Fighter," The Asphalt Jungle, ABC, 1961. Seth Otis, "The Matt Bass Scheme," The Untouchables, ABC, 1961. "A Piece of Tomorrow," Detectives (also known as The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor), ABC, 1961. Swedon, "To Wear a Badge," Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1961. "The Attack," The Defenders, CBS, 1961. "Let Me Die before I Wake," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "Wheresoever I Enter," The Lloyd Bridges Show, CBS, 1962. Engineer Andersen, "The Night That Nothing Happened," Ben Casey, ABC, 1962. Marty Baltin, "The Chess Game," The Untouchables, ABC, 1962. "Tears for a Nobody Doll," Sam Benedict, NBC, 1962. Dr. Ernest Miller, "A Distant Thunder," Dr. Kildare, 1962. Police detective, "Hide and Seek," Vacation Playhouse, CBS, 1963. "Scapegoat," The Lloyd Bridges Show, CBS, 1963. Max, "Junkman," The Untouchables, ABC, 1963. Baca, "Old York," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1963. "Trouble at French Creek," Dakotas, ABC, 1963. "No Wild Games for Sophie," Channing, NBC, 1963. "And Man Created Vanity," Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963. "A Black Dress for Gina," The Greatest Show on Earth, ABC, 1963. Sylvio Fiore, "Bonus Baby," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1963. Sheriff Charlie Koch, "I Am the Night—Colour Me Black," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1964. "Escape," Great Adventure, CBS, 1964. "The Stefanini Dowry," The Rogues, NBC, 1964.

Television Appearances; Series: John lack" Ellenhorn, Hey, Landlord, NBC, 1966-1967. Principal Seymour Kaufman, Room 222, ABC, 1969-1974. The Sorcerer, "Electra Woman and Dyna Girl/' The Krofft Supershow, ABC, 1976-1977. Judge Matthew J. Sirota, Sirota's Court, NBC, 1976-1977. Avril Krinsky, Amanda's (also known as Amanda's by the Sea)f ABC, 1983. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ben Savitch, Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue (also known as 79 Park Avenue), NBC, 1977. Yasfir (some sources cite Yashir), Harold Robbins' The Pirate (also known as The Pirate), CBS, 1978. Dr. Vansina, Roots: The Next Generations, ABC, 1979. Jaime Yankelovitch, Evita Peron, NBC, 1981. Television Appearances; Movies: Frankie Ventura, Suddenly Single, ABC, 1971. Murray Kane, The Impatient Heart (also known as McCormack), NBC, 1971. Stefan Groza, Deadly Harvest, CBS, 1972. Dr. Sweeney, Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole, ABC, 1972. Dr. Burke, Death Cruise, ABC, 1974. Jess Wingate, The Night That Panicked America, ABC, 1975. Dr. Mayhill, The Secret Night Caller, NBC, 1975. Dave Riley/David Baker, Wanted: The Sundance Woman (also known as Mrs. Sundance Rides Again), ABC, 1976. Dr. Silver, Billy: Portrait of a Street Kid (also known as Ghetto Child), CBS, 1977. The Raid on Entebbe, 1977. Harry Bergen, Summer of My German Soldier, NBC, 1978. Frank Piovano, Crisis in Mid-Air, CBS, 1979.

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"Remember the Dark Sins of Youth/' Slattery's People, CBS, 1964. Dillard, 'The Case of the Blonde Bonanza/' Perry Mason, CBS, 1964. "Governor John M. Slaton," Profiles in Courage, NBC, 1964. Joe Dix, "Counterweight," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1964. "General Alexander William Doniphan," Profiles in Courage, NBC, 1965. "Indestructible Man," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1965. "Paid in Full," Death Valley Days, syndicated, 1965. The Tycoon, ABC, 1965. Ernie Svoboda, "Everybody Get Hit in the Mouth Sometime," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965. "Memorandum for a Spy," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1965. Detective Harry Collins, "The Case of the Missing Sleuth," My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1965. "What Can Go Wrong?," Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1965. "Compulsion to Confess," The New Breed, ABC, 1965. Pappy Ryan, "The Case of the Runaway Racer," Perry Mason, CBS, 1965. Stavros Karas, "The Dream of Stavros Karas," The Virginian, NBC, 1965. Captain Heinrich, "It Takes a Thief... Sometimes," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1966. "Don't Count on Tomorrow," Run for Your Life, NBC, 1966. Leonardo da Vinci, "Martin Meets His Match," My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1966. Ben Wyckoff, "A Taste for Tomorrow," The Fugitive, ABC, 1966. Leslie Merkle, "You Oughta Be in Pictures," The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1966. Vorodenko, "Massacre," Twelve O'clock High, ABC, 1966. "A Gift from Alexander," / Spy, NBC, 1966. "Sparrowhawk," / Spy, NBC, 1966. "Brotherhood," T.H.E. Cat, NBC, 1966. Silvio, "Marked for Death," T.H.E. Cat, NBC, 1966. "To Light a Candle," The Road West, NBC, 1966. Jacques Patron, "Entombed," Combat!, ABC, 1967. "Verdict for a Spy," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1967. Arthur "Art" Howe, "The Judgment: Part 1," The Fugitive, ABC, 1967. "The Turn the Other Cheek Brief," Dundee and the Culhane,CBS, 1967. "Consignment: Betsy the Boiler," The Iron Horse, ABC, 1967. "Sister Lucy," The Flying Nun, ABC, 1968. Martin Willard, "The Possessed," The Invaders, ABC, 1968. Noah Meek, "The Gun Runners," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1968. "Buffalo Man," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1968. "The Death Wagon," The Virginian, NBC, 1968. "Once More without Feeling," The Good Guys, CBS, 1969.

Janos, "The Code," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1969. "A Touch of Hands," The Virginian, NBC, 1969. "All the Old Familiar Faces," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970. "Engrave Trouble," The Odd Couple, ABC, 1971. Wellman, "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. Mike Cooper, "I Am Curious Cooper," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1971. "Love and the High School Sweetheart," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. "A Terminal Career," The Bold Ones: The Doctors, NBC, 1972. "A Wrongful Death," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. Don "Cheech" Frank Scalesi, "The Chinatown Murders: Parts 1 & 2," Kojak, CBS, 1974. "Queen of the Gypsies," Kojak, CBS, 1975. "Man in a Cage," Manhunter, CBS, 1975. "The Score," Police Woman, NBC, 1975. "The Picture in Sobers Window," Insight, syndicated, 1976. Dr. Eisner, "The Deadly Cure," McMillan and Wife, NBC, 1976. Leo Campbell, "The Adventure of the Wary Witness," Ellery Queen, NBC, 1976. Arnie Moss, "Time Bomb," Vega$, 1981. Dr. George Pendleton, "Gentle into That Good Night," Quincy, 1981. Sidney Kovac, "Boomerang," Lou Grant, 1981. Dr. Ciotti, "Seldom Silent, Never Heard," Quincy, 1981. Monsieur de Paris, "Guillotine," Darkroom, ABC, 1982. "Death in a Funny Position: Parts 1 & 2," Benson, 1982. Virgil Sykes, "One Hundred Miles a Gallon," The Fall Guy, 1983. Police chief, "The Beverly Hills Social Club," Matt Houston, 1983. Bill Green, "China Cruise," The Love Boat, 1983. Mr. Tomasino, "Faith, Hope, and Charity," Hotel, 1983. Dr. Dan Hickey, "The Good Doctor," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1984. Judge Willard E. Packard, "Harper versus Harper," Mama's Family, 1984. Robert Corman, "The Disappearance of Harry the Hat," Simon & Simon, 1984. George Edward Mulch, "Cast in Steele," Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. George Edward Mulch, "Have I Got a Steele for You," Remington Steele, NBC, 1985. Jan Messic, "Thief of Budapest," MacGyver, ABC, 1985. "Prisoner of Yesterday," Airwolf, 1985. Ben Gibbons, "Murder Takes the Bus," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. George Edward Mulch, "Steele, Inc.," Remington Steele, NBC, 1986. Judge Hannibal Kearns, "Death of the Flowers," Magnum P.I., CBS, 1986. "Rosie," Crazy Like a Fox, 1986. Sam Leland, "Out in the Cold," MacGyver, ABC, 1987. "Stavograd: Parts 1 & 2," Airwolf, 1987. 80

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Marv Fogelman, The North Avenue Irregulars (also known as Hill's Angels), Buena Vista, 1979. Silent Rebellion, 1982. Talaat Pasha, Forty Days of Musa Dagh, 1983. Mr. Newman, Pray for Death, American Distribution Group, 1985. Mr. Wisecarver, In the Mood (also known as The Woo Woo Kid), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Mr. Stewart/Santa, Prancer, Orion, 1989. By a Thread, 1991. Frank, Deadfall, Trimark Pictures, 1993. Bill, My Life, Columbia, 1993. Tadzu Lempke, Stephen King's "Thinner" (also known as Thinner), Paramount, 1996. Judge Weitzel, The Juror, Columbia, 1996. Gus Portokalos, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, IFC Films, 2002.

Dr. John Longstrand, "Walking Point/' Simon & Simon, 1987. Ernie Petrolik, "Forever Hold Your Piece/' Simon & Simon, 1988. Ray Dallion, "Pipe Dream/' Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1988. Truman Smith III, "Plan 10 from Outer Space," Probe, 1988. Laszlo Dolby, "Wearing of the Green," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Harvey Falk, "Payback," Hunter, 1988. Winnie's father, "Blast from the Past," Free Spirit, 1990. Angelo Busico, "The Language Barrier," Midnight Caller, 1990. Dan Banett, "Trust," Law & Order, NBC, 1992. Jim Scinta, "Dog and Pony Show," Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1993. Joshua Berger, "Sanctuary," Law & Order, NBC, 1994. "One Day at a Time," The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994. "The Using Game," New York News, CBS, 1995. Zack, "Valentine's Day," Cosby, CBS, 1997. Elias Kelikidis, "Beating the Bounds," Judging Amy, CBS, 2001.

Also appeared in the film Cyanamide. Stage Appearances: Multiple roles, Inherit the Wind, National Theatre, New York City, 1955. Anagnos, The Miracle Worker, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, beginning 1959. The Egg, 1965. Compulsion, 1967. Arturo VI, 1972. A Walk in the Woods, San Diego, CA, 1986. The director, Temptation, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1988-1989. Three Sisters, 1991. Meshugah or Lost Souls, 1998.

Television Appearances; Other: Yianni, My Palikari (special), 1982. Film Appearances: Convict Ed Warner, The Last Mile, United Artists, 1959. Big John, The Hustler, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1961. Andy, Island of Love (also known as Not on Your Life), Warner Bros., 1963. Gage, Lonnie, Futuramic, 1963. Mikhail Drozhensky, Quick, before It Melts, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Rostov, Beau Ceste, Universal, 1966. Mason, Hawaii, United Artists, 1966. Pertowsky, Dirty Heroes (also known as La dalle ardenne all' inferno), Golden Eagle, 1967. Ladislov, In Enemy Country (also known as In Enemy Hands), Universal, 1968. Leech, Skidoo, Paramount, 1968. Jack Harmon, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, United Artists, 1969. Memlik Pasha, Justine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Mr. Binford, The Reivers (also known as Yellow Winton Flyer), National General, 1969. Krojack, Don't Drink the Water, Avco-Embassy, 1969. Anglich, Peeper (also known as Fat Chance), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Luis Clasing, Hamburg-Amerika line agent, Voyage of the Damned, Avco-Embassy, 1976. Missile X—Ceheimauftrag Neutronenbombe (also known as Cruise Missile, Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident, Teheran Incident, Allarme nudeare, La guerra de los misiles, and Missile X, orden secreta bomba de neutrones), 1978.

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PERSONAL Born April 12, 1968, in Huntington, Long Island, NY; married Anthony Michael Jones. Education: New York University, B.A., 1990. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Baker Winokur Ryder, 9100 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor West, Beverly Hills, CA90212.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award, outstanding younger leading actress, 1993, and Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding younger leading actress, 1994, both for Another World.

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CREDITS Film Appearances: Beth Sheffield, Velocity Trap, New City Releasing, 1997. Rachel, Zigs (also known as Double Down), Trimark Pictures, 2000. Helen, Welcome to the Neighborhood, 2002.

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Television Appearances; Series: Various roles, Remote Control, MTV, 1987—. Lorna Devon #1, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1991-1994. Detective Patricia Damiana, a recurring role, Trinity, NBC, 1998. Karen Chandler, Cold Feet, NBC, 1999. Marissa Rufo, Bull, TNT, 2000.

PERSONAL Career: Actor and voice artist.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Regular performer, The Kelly Monteith Show, CBS, 1976. Narrator, Harold Lloyd's World of Comedy, beginning in 1977.

Television Appearances; Movies: Beth, For the Future: The Irvine Fertility Scandal (also known as For the Children: The Irvine Fertility Scandal), Lifetime, 1996. Alex Vaughn, The Perfect Getaway, ABC, 1998. Gloria Restrelli, Blood Money, Showtime, 1999.

Television Appearances; Animated Series: Voice of Paw Rugg, The Atom Ant Show, NBC, 1965-1967. Voice of Paw Rugg, The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, NBC, 1967-1968. The Harlem Globetrotters, CBS, 1970-1972, later broadcast as The Go-Co Globetrotters, NBC, 1978. Voice of Arnie Barkley, The Barkleys, NBC, 1972-1973. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones Comedy Hour, CBS, 1972-1973. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones Show, CBS, 1973-1974. Voice of Paw Rugg, Yogi's Gang, ABC, 1973-1975. Voice of General Urko, Return to the Planet of the Apes, NBC, 1975-1976. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Fred Flintstone and Friends, syndicated, 1977. Voice of Bump, The C. B. Bears, NBC, 1977-1978. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Fred and Barney Meet the Thing, NBC, 1979. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The New Fred and Barney Show, NBC, 1979. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo, NBC, 1979-1980. Voice of Clem, Heathcliff (also known as Cats & Co., The Heathcliff and Dingbat Show, The Heathcliff and Marmaduke Show, and Heathcliff and the Cadillac Cats), ABC, 1980-1982. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Flintstone Comedy Show, NBC, 1980-1982. Voice of Ookla the Mok, Thundarr the Barbarian, ABC, 1980-1982 NBC, 1983-1984. Goldie Gold and Action Jack, ABC, 1981-1982.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Terry, The Keys, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: Colin Quinn Back in Brooklyn, MTV, 1989. Presenter, The Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Paula Anderson, "Simone Says," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. Detective Carson, "The Smoking Section," New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Ava, "Unidentified Female," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1995. Lieutenant Stadi, "Caretaker: Parts 1 & 2," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1995. Libby Custer, "The Boy General," The Lazarus Man, syndicated and TNT, 1996. Dana Tierney, "Faces in the Night," The Burning Zone, UPN, 1996. Alice Bishop, "Verdicts," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997. Samantha, "Light My Fire," The Sentinel, UPN, 1997. Samantha, "Vanishing Act," The Sentinel, UPN, 1997. Donna Francis, "Company Town," Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1998. Deputy Anita Pessoa, "Every Five Minutes," Profiler, NBC, 1998. Leesa, "Small Town," Sports Night, ABC, 1999. "You Promise? I Promise," Any Day Now, Lifetime,

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CORDEN Television Appearances; Episodic: William Johnson, "Drums of Death," The Adventures of Superman, syndicated, 1953. Edgar Morse, "The Big Girl," Dragnet, NBC, 1954. "Margie and the Shah," My Little Margie, NBC, 1954. "Star of Khyber," My Little Margie, NBC, 1954. George Nikolides, "The Case of the Crooked Candle," Perry Mason, CBS, 1957. "The Night the World Ended," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1957. Butler, "The Gentleman," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1958. "The Crisis at Easter Creek," The Restless Gun, NBC, 1958. "No Way to Kill," The Restless Gun, NBC, 1958. "The Payoff," Richard Diamond, Private Detective, CBS, 1958. Bruto, "The Alexander Portlass Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1960. "Borderline," Tightrope!, CBS, 1960. "The Return of Jessica Jackson," Tate, NBC, 1960. "Wagons Ho!," Wagon Train, NBC, 1960. "You Should Meet My Sister," Alcoa Theatre, NBC, 1960. Mordini the Magician, "Ed and the Elephant," Mister Ed, CBS, 1961. "Choose a Victim," Thriller, NBC, 1961. "The Clementine Jones Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1961. "My Good Friend Krikor," Ben Casey, ABC, 1961. Professor Raynard, "The Money Machine," Maverick, ABC, 1962. Sanchez, "The Gift," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1962. "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1963. "With the Rich and Mighty, Always a Little Patience," Ben Casey, ABC, 1963. "Yanqui, Go Home!," The Wide Country, NBC, 1963. Boris, "Who Killed Marty Kelso?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1964. East Indian, "An Old, Old Friend of the Family," My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1964. Henri, "The Big Impersonation," McHale's Navy, ABC, 1964. Karim, "McHale's Floating Harem," McHale's Navy, ABC, 1964. General Von Kaplow, "Movies Are Your Best Escape," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1965. Jeannie's father, "My Hero?," / Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1965. Mr. Sanders, "The Green-Eyed Martian," My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1965. "El Hombre Bravo," Rawhide, CBS, 1965. Antonovich and Himmler, "A Tiger Hunt in Paris: Part 2," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1966. Babbitt, "The Chaperone," The Monkees, NBC, 1966. Babbitt, "Don't Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth" (also known as "Gift Horse"), The Monkees, NBC, 1966. Babbitt, "Monkee See, Monkee Die," The Monkees, NBC, 1966.

The Kwicky Koala Show, CBS, 1981-1982. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Flintstone Funnies, NBC, 1982-1984. Also provided voices for The All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, ABC. Television Appearances; Animated Movies: Voices of Paw Rugg and first truck driver, "Yogi's Ark Lark/' The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie, ABC, 1972. Voices of Fred Flintstone and knight, The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones, syndicated, 1987. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby, ABC, 1993. Voice of Fred Flintstone, / Yabba-Dabba Do!, ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Dr. Roth, Oh! Baby, Baby, Baby ..., ABC, 1973. Presenter, The 10th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, The Disney Channel, 1994. Television Appearances; Animated Specials: Voice of Fred Flintstone, A Flintstone Christmas, NBC, 1977. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones Little Big League, 1979. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone, 1979. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones' New Neighbors, 1980. Voice of chief, No Man's Land, CBS, 1981. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Flintstones: Jogging Fever, 1981. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Wind-up Wilma, 1981. Voices of Fred Flintstone, second monkey, and second turtle, The Flintstones: Fred's Final Fling, 1981. Voice, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera Arena Show, NBC, 1981. Voices of Fred Flintstone, first security guard, and police officer, Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper, CBS, 1982. Voice of Hubert, Here Comes Garfield, CBS, 1982. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones 25th Anniversary Celebration, CBS, 1986. Voice of Edna Flintstone, The Flintstone Kids "Just Say No" Special, ABC, 1988. Voice of Fred Flintstone, A Flintstone Family Christmas, ABC, 1993. Voice of Fred Flintstone, A Flintstones Christmas Carol, syndicated, 1994. Provided the voice of first truck driver for The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park; voice of Fred Flintstone for PokeMadness 3000. 83

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Voice of Loudrock, "Dino and Juliet," The Flintstones, ABC, 1964. Voices of Monte, Shale, Manny, doctor, and first guest, "The Most Beautiful Baby in Bedrock," The Flintstones, ABC, 1964. Voices of Big Sparkle, Stoolie Pigeon, and Charlie, "Fred's Second Car," The Flintstones, ABC, 1965. Voice of Bez, "The Arabian Knights," The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (also known as Banana Splits and Friends), NBC, 1968. Voice of Paw Rugg, "Segment 5," The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (also known as Banana Splits and Friends), NBC, 1968. Voice of Mr. Hyde, "Everyone Hyde!," The ScoobyDoo/Dynomutt Hour, ABC, 1976. Voice of the prophet, "The Prophet Profits," The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour, ABC, 1976. Voices of Willie the Weasel, Mr. Hyde, and the prophet, Dynomutt, Dog Wbncfer(also known as Dynomutt), ABC, 1978. Voice of Sheriff Dupres, "The Buford Files," Buford and the Galloping Ghost (also known as Buford and the Ghost), NBC, 1979. Voices of police officer and Mr. Slick the lawyer, "S.M. A.S.H.," Thejetsons, syndicated, 1985. Voice of Fred Flintstone, "Sideshow Bob Roberts," The Simpsons, Fox, 1994. Provided the voices of Digby and Dogsnatcher, Heathcliff (also known as Cats & Co., The Heathcliff and Dingbat Show, The Heathcliff and Marmaduke Show, and Heathcliff and the Cadillac Cats), ABC; voice of Fred Flintstone, "Stay Out! The Great Egg-scape," Dino; voice of Scorpion for an episode of The Flintstones, CBS; as the voices of Klaus and Heinrech von Duffle, "The Devil's Tower," voice of Dr. Ashida, "The Dragons of Ashida," voice of Phillipe Lor, "The Dreadful Doll," voice of Simon, "The Fraudulent Volcano," and voice of Montoya, "Treasure of the Temple," all episodes of Jonny Quest (also known as The Adventures of Jonny Quest), ABC, CBS, and NBC; also provided voices for episodes of the animated series Alvin and the Chipmunks (also known as The Chipmunks), NBC; Co/far and the Golden Lance; and Scooby-Doo and ScrappyDoo, ABC. Television Appearances; Other: Hosentha the caretaker, Keep the Faith (pilot), CBS, 1972. Also provided voices for the animated program Challenge of the SuperFriends.

Also appeared as Uncle Antonio, The Flying Nun, ABC. Television Work; Additional Voices; Animated Series: Dynomutt, Dog Wonder (also known as Dynomutt), ABC, 1978. Jokebook, NBC, 1982.

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Sheik of Sinai (some sources cite Sheik of Ezion), The Ten Commandments, Paramount, 1956. Mate, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (also known as Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1960. Cady, When the Clock Strikes, United Artists, 1961. Captain Armand, Tammy Tell Me True, Universal International Pictures, 1961. Preacher Doc, Blueprint for Robbery, Paramount, 1961. Island of Love (also known as Not on Your Life), Warner Bros., 1963. Interpreter, Strange Bedfellows, Universal, 1964. NKVD deputy, McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force, Universal, 1965. Gypsy, Frankie and Johnny, United Artists, 1966. Lerowski, Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title, United Artists, 1966. Kenyon Hammercher, Hook, Line & Sinker, Columbia, 1969. Dubrovnik, Modern Problems, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Voice of Fred Flintstone, Strong Kids, Safe Kids (animated), Paramount Home Video, 1984. Voice of Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones: Wacky Inventions (animated), Turner Home Video, 1994.

Provided additional voices for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids, NBC; Challenge of the GoBots, syndicated; Fangface and Fangpuss, ABC; The Incredible Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Man, NBC; The Jetsons, ABC, CBS, NBC, and syndicated; Josie and the Pussycats, CBS; The New Tom & Jerry Show (also known as New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show, The Tom & Jerry Show, Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show, and Tom & Jerry/Mumbly Show), ABC; Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, CBS and ABC; The Smurfs (also known as Smurfs' Adventures), NBC; and These Are the Days, ABC. Film Appearances: Hendrick, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, RKO Radio Pictures, 1947. Hugo, She Shoulda Said No (also known as The Devil's Weed, Marijuana, the Devil's Weed, and Wild Weed), Jewell/Modern Film Distributors, 1949. Scout, Bride of Vengeance (also known as A Mask for Lucretia), Paramount, 1949. Conspirator, Kim, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Fisherman, "The Toast of New Orleans, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Ibrim, Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion, Universal, 1950. Karl Anton Smith (some sources cite William Doldy), The Asphalt Jungle, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Nightclub waiter, Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Rug seller, Please Believe Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Bouchard, The Sword of Monte Cristo, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951. Numi, Behave Yourself!, RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. Senior officer, Viva Zapata!, RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. Bill Stockton, Carbine Williams, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1952. Captain, Son of AH Baba, Universal, 1952. Clerk, The Wild North (also known as The Big North), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1952. Fender, The Black Castle, Universal International Pictures, 1952. Ottobang, Hiawatha, Monogram, 1952. Scaramouche the drinker, Scaramouche, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1952. Actor in Javanese costume, Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Universal International Pictures, 1953. Detective Sergeant Farouche, / Confess, Warner Bros., 1953. Specs, The System, Warner Bros., 1953. Yessouf, Fort Algiers, United Artists, 1953. Hittite officer, The Egyptian, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. King Philip of France, King Richard and the Crusaders, Warner Bros., 1954. Carthalo, Jupiter's Darling, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1955.

Stage Appearances: Voice, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera Arena Show, c. 1981. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Fred Flintstone, Flintstones Bedrock Bowling, SouthPeak Interactive, 2000. Albums: Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Fx, Rhino, 1994. Voice of Fred Flintstone, A Flintstones Motown Christmas, PCD Special Markets, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Starlog, May, 2001, pp. 86-89.

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Haley Simmons, 'Take No Prisoners/' Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflicf), syndicated, 2000. Sasha, "The Shift," Code Name: Eternity, syndicated, 2000. "Sentinel," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2002.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Angela "Angie" Ramirez, F/X: The Series, syndicated, beginning 1996. Jessica Capshaw, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, syndicated, 1998.

Also appeared in an episode of E.N.G.

Television Appearances; Movies: Detective Elizabeth "Beth" Jordan, No One Could Protect Her, ABC, 1996. Natalie Frenier, A Brother's Promise: The Dan Jansen Story, CBS, 1996. Volunteer, Sins of Silence, CBS, 1996. Officer Ida Cruz, Mistrial, HBO, 1996. Aurora, Code Name Phoenix, UPN, 2000. Peta, Jane Doe (also known as Runaway Jane), USA Network, 2001.

Film Appearances: Tricia, Common Ground, 1990. Deb, Spike of Love, 1995. Kelly, Sfreef Law (also known as Law of the Jungle), Triboro Entertainment Group, 1995. Angel, The Giver, Donor Productions, 1997. Kim, Better Than Chocolate (also known as Meilleur que le chocolat), Trimark Pictures, 1999. Cassandra Diaz, Sometimes a Hero, Amsell Entertainment, 2000.

Television Appearances; Pilots: FX: The Illusion, syndicated, 1996. Lynn, Girlfriends, The WB, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jeanne d'Arc, "For I Have Sinned," Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. Jeanne d'Arc, "Dying to Know You," Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. Motorcycle cop, "Close Call," Forever Knight, syndicated, 1994. Morgan, "Free Willie," Due South, CBS, 1994. Joan of Arc, "Faithful Followers," Forever Knight, syndicated, 1994. Tessa Jones, "The Debt Collectors," The Hardy Boys, syndicated, 1995. Kyra, "Quake!," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1995. Morgan Thomas, "Vault," Due South, CBS, 1995. "Petty Tyranny," The Newsroom, 1996. Lucy, "When She Was Good," Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, syndicated, 1996. T'akaya, "Spirits," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 1998. Jody Nolan, "Joshua," First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1998. Haley Simmons, "Second Chances," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 1999. Haley Simmons, "Thicker Than Blood," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 1999. "Castle Keep," Dark Realm, 2000. Deb, "Skin Deep," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. Jessica "Jessie" Wilson, "GeoCore," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Advocate, August 31, 1999, pp. 58-59. Electronic: Christina Cox, http://www.christinacox.com, September 29, 2002.

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CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Calvin, Miracle on Interstate 880 (also known as Miracle on 1-880)f NBC, 1993. Dennis, Judgment Day: The John List Story, CBS, 1993. Fire rescue leader, Woman on the Ledge, NBC, 1993. Roscoe, Born to Run, Fox, 1993. Archie, Spoils of War, ABC, 1994. Seasons of the Heart, NBC, 1994. Detective Barrett, Don't Talk to Strangers (also known as Dangerous Pursuit), USA Network, 1994. Deadly Vows, Fox, 1994. Second officer, The Disappearance of Vonnie, CBS, 1994. Assistant District Attorney Bob Melchor, Dangerous Intentions, CBS, 1995. Marine Captain Talmadge, She Stood Alone: The Tailhook Scandal, MC, 1995. McKinnon, The Man Who Wouldn't Die, ABC, 1995. Guard, The Surrogate, ABC, 1995. Hannibal, Captains Courageous, The Family Channel,

1996. Brownlee, The Limbic Region, Showtime, 1996. Gibson, Doomsday Rock (also known as Cosmic Shock), The Family Channel, 1997. Frank Zago, Cloned, NBC, 1997. First SHIELD agent, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.LE.L.D. (also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998. Mike Fernandez, Voyage of Terror (also known as The Fourth Horseman and Die Schreckensfahrt der Orion Star), Fox, 1998. Oklahoma City: A Survivor's Story, Lifetime, 1998. Thurgood Marshall, The Color of Courage, USA Network, 1999. Detective Ross, A Father's Choice, CBS, 2000. Chief Edwards, Trapped, USA Network, 2001. Interceptor Force 2, Sci-Fi Channel, 2002. Also appeared in Deliver Them from Evil, The Killing Point, On Wings of Fear, When a Stranger Calls, and The Winter Garden. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Allen, Aftershock: Earthquake in New York, CBS, 1999. Dr. Smithie, Sole Survivor (also known as Dean Koontz's Sole Survivor), Fox, 2000. Television Appearances; Series: Joshua, a recurring role, First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999-2000. Voice, NASCAR Racers (animated), 2000. Voice for Shadow Raiders (also known as War Planets), syndicated. 87

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Carter, "All Too Human/' Andromeda (also known as Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda), syndicated, 2001. Government agent, "A Heart for Falsehood Framed/' Andromeda (also known as Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda), syndicated, 2001. Captain Eddie Jackson, "Zero Option/' UC: Undercover, NBC, 2001. 'lion's Den," The Outer Limits, 2001. Masters, "Hunting with the Enemy," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2002. Voice for the animated series G.I. Joe: Extreme; also appeared as Sid, The Hat Squad; Agent Myers, The Marshal; and in Spacebar. Television Appearances; Pilots: Wilkins, Sliders, Fox, 1995. Voice, NASCAR Racers: The Movie (animated), Fox, 1999. C. J. Leon, Just Cause, 2002.

Also appeared in Lethal Obsession.

Television Appearances; Other: Curtis, Beyond Suspicion, 1994.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cable Guide, September, 2001. TV Zone, July, 1999, pp. 36-40.

Film Appearances: Lieutenant Martin, The International Rescue, 1990. Pilot, Look Who's Talking Now, TriStar, 1993.

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Also appeared as narrator, Profiles in Nature. PERSONAL Television Appearances; Movies: The Dawson Patrol, 1978. Richard Lovell, The Return of Charlie Chan (also known as Happiness Is a Warm C/i/e), NBC, 1979. Justice of the peace, Will There Really Be a Morning?, CBS, 1982. John Cole, The Execution of Raymond Graham, ABC, 1985. Bennett, Doing Life (also known as Truth or Die), NBC, 1986. Erickson, Net Worth, CBC, 1995. (As Neil Dianard) Judge, Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story, NBC, 1995. Judge Carter, When Innocence Is Lost, Lifetime, 1997.

Career: Actor and director. Vancouver Playhouse Actors' Workshop, cofounder; Stratford Festival Actors' Workshop, cofounder; directed stage productions at Vancouver Playhouse, Arts Club Theatre, York University, and Ryerson Polytechnical; National Theatre School of Canada, faculty member; taught acting at Ryerson University; ACTRAWORKS (a training program for professional actors), founder; taught at York University. CREDITS Film Appearances: Patrick Trevelyan, When Tomorrow Dies, Interglobe Video, 1965. Second technician, Welcome to Blood City (also known as Blood City), 1977. (Uncredited) Fast Company, Topar Films, 1978. Armstrong, Riel, 1979. Slater, The Amateur, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Ernie Barnes, The Incubus, Artists Releasing Corp., 1981. Tony Shaw, American Nightmare, Interglobal Media, 1983. Divided Loyalties, Glen-Warren Productions Ltd., 1989. Noel Winetree, Henry & Verlin, 1994.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Taylor, Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1981. Dr. Harley Johanson, Doc, PAX, 2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Robert Rylatt, The National Dream (also known as Building the Impossible Railway), CBC, 1974. House speaker, Love and Hate: A Marriage Made in Hell, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, The Beluga Whale, The Discovery Channel, 1999. Narrator, Tiny Perfect Predators—Mantids and Lizards, The Discovery Channel, 2000. Voiceover, Quest for the Lost Tribes, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Narrator, Polar Bear Attacks, The Discovery Channel, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series: Philip, Strange Paradise, CBC, 1969. Cardston, Matt and Jenny (also known as Matt and Jenny on the Wilderness Trail), SGE Global TV, 1979.

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Narrator, Defensive Ends: The Porcupine and the Skunk, The Discovery Channel, 2000. Narrator, Beavers: Dam It All, The Discovery Channel, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Mr. Kirston, ''Hidden Room/' The Littlest Hobo, CTV and syndicated, 1981. Jack Thornton, "Firehorse: Parts 1 & 2," The Littlest Hobo, CTV and syndicated, 1984. Cal, "Eye in the Sky: Part 1," Seeing Things, CBC, 1985. "To Heal the Leper," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1988. RCMP Inspector, "Burning Down the House," Due South, syndicated, 1997. General Kromer, "Horizon Zero," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'}, syndicated, 1997. Ross Crawford (old), "The Put Back," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2000. General, "Point of No Return," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 2001.

Original name, Carol Arata; born August 4, 1935, in Hackensack, NJ; married Dom DeLuise (an actor), November 23, 1965; children: Peter (an actor, director, writer, and producer), Michael (an actor), and David (an actor). Education: Graduated from Academy of Dramatic Arts. Addresses: Contact—c/o SBV, 145 S. Fairfax Ave., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actress. Caravan Theatre, Dorset, VT, director and performer. Involved with Pearl S. Buck Foundation. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Carol Arthur) Mrs. Warren, Making It, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. (As Carol Arthur) Harriett Johnson, Blazing Saddles, Warner Bros., 1974. (As Carol Arthur) Gym teacher, Our Time (also known as Death of Her Innocence), Warner Bros., 1974. (As Carol Arthur) Mrs. Doris Green, Al's daughter, The Sunshine Boys, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1975. (As Carol Arthur) Pregnant lady, Silent Movie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. (As Carol Arthur) Woman in record store, The World's Greatest Lover, Jover Limited, 1977. Gloria Fortunate, Hot Stuff, Columbia, 1979. Jaguar boss, Driving Me Crazy, 1991. Saleswoman, Almost Pregnant, 1992. (As Carol Arthur) Complaining villager, Robin Hood: Men in Tights (also known as Sacre Robin des bois), Columbia, 1993. (As Carol Arthur) Villager, Dracula: Dead and Loving It, Columbia, 1995. (As Carol Arthur) Blanche, Boys Will Be Boys, A-Pix Entertainment, 1997. (As Carol Arthur) Mama Calzone, The Godson, Sterling,

Also appeared as Pete Mackershack, "Spin," Traders, CTV and Lifetime. Stage Appearances: Demetrius, Midsummer Night's Dream, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1968. Tybalt, Romeo and Juliet, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1968. Banquo, Macbeth, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1971. Crabdance, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1972. Radio Appearances: The Golden Gate, Radio National, 1999. Also appeared on Gustav Mahler: A Tale of Two Mahlers, CBC Radio 1.

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Between the Sheets, Showcase Entertainment, 1998. (As Carol Arthur) Marcia Lowell, Intrepid (also known as Deep Water), Phoenician, 2000.

Taped Readings: Read SightLines 7 Audio Pack.

Stage Appearances: Appeared as Nightingale of Samarkland, Once upon a Mattress, U.S. tour; Miss Marmelstein, / Can Get It for You Wholesale, U.S. tour; Hildy, On the Town, London production; (Broadway debut) Edith, the Cockney maid, High Spirits; in Woman of Mystery.

DANTES, Edmond See HUGHES, John

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Mrs. Logan, The Brady Girls Get Married (also known as The Brady Brides), NBC, 1981. Mrs. Baker, Venice Medical, ABC, 1983.

Film Appearances: Peter Fortunate, Hot Stuff, 1979. Tug, Solarbabies (also known as Solar Warriors), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1986. Wally Briskin, Winners Take All, Embassy, 1986. Carl Beluga, Free Ride, Galaxy International, 1986. (As Peter De Luise) Cameron Sweet, Listen to Me, Columbia, 1989. Mark Gardner, Children of the Night, Columbia, 1991. Rowdy, Rescue Me (also known as Street Hunter), Warner Bros. Home Video, 1993. Checkout guard, // silenzio del prosciutti (also known as The Silence of the Hams), October Films, 1994. The Shot, Bread & Water, 1996. Storm of the Heart, 1998. Jake Weber, Between the Sheets, Showcase, 1998. Collin Jacobs, Southern Heart, The Isaac Group, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Floor manager, Happy, 1983. Television Appearances; Series: (As Carol Arthur) The Dom DeLuise Show, CBS, 1968. Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Carol Arthur) Eloise Turner, 'Tools/' Emergency!, NBC, 1974. (As Carol Arthur) Mrs. Lawrence, "The Creep Detective/' What's Happening!, ABC, 1978. (As Carol Arthur) Mrs. Stovall, "Sweet Dreams," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. (As Carol Arthur) Mother, "Guilt Trip," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985.

Film Director: Southern Heart, The Isaac Group, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials: Dom DeLuise and Friends, Part 2, ABC, 1984.

Television Appearances; Series: Officer Doug Penhall, 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1987-1990. Dagwood, SeaQuest DSV (also known as SeaQuest 2032), NBC, 1994-1996.

RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: Skateboarder, Happy, CBS, 1983. Mitch Crandall, The Midnight Hour (also known as In the Midnight Hour), ABC, 1985. Stan Stant, "Tonya: The Battle of Wounded Knee," Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women (also known as National Lampoon's Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women), Showtime, 1994.

Albums; Contributor: Sang "Ding-Dong the Witch Is Dead," Over the Rainbow, DRG Records; appeared on On the Town.

DeLUISE, Peter 1966(Peter De Luise)

Television Appearances; Specials: "Terror for Rent," Haunted Lives: True Chost Stories, CBS, 1992.

PERSONAL Born November 6, 1966, in New York, NY; son of Dom (an actor) and Carol (an actress; maiden name, Arata) DeLuise; brother of Michael (an actor), and David (an actor); married Gina Nemo, December, 1988 (divorced, 1992); married Anne Marie Loder (an actress), June 7, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Fielding, "It's Lonely at the Top," The Facts of Life, NBC, 1985. Darryl, "The Front Page," D iff'rent Strokes, NBC, 1986. Doug Penhall, "Booker," Booker, Fox, 1989. Doug Penhall, "Bete Noir," Booker, Fox, 1989. Clinch, "Family Tree," Highlander, syndicated, 1992. Frank Gersch, "Remember Me," Street Justice, syndicated, 1993. Sergeant Bobby West, "Dead Man Walking," The Hat Squad, CBS, 1993. Wiggins, "Whale Song," SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1994.

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Carl, 'The One with the Bullies/' Friends, NBC, 1996. Frank Pol lone, "Auto Eurodicka," 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. "Black Box," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1998. (Uncredited) Machine gun guard, "Show and Tell," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 1999. (Uncredited) Young Urgo in uniform, "Urgo," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. (Uncredited) "Lights, Camera, Val," V.I.P., syndicated, 2000. (Uncredited) Airman in hallway, "Window of Opportunity," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. (Uncredited) Director, "Wormhole X-Treme!," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2001. (Uncredited) "Alienshop," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2001.

Television Work; Series: Coproducer and creative consultant, Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 1999-2002 then Sci-Fi Channel, 2002—. Consulting producer, Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002. WRITINGS Screenplays: Between the Sheets, Showcase, 1998. Television Episodes:

"Serpent's Venom," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. "Beast of Burden," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2001. "The Warrior," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2002. "Menace," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2002. "Allegiance," Stargate SG-1, Sci-Fi Channel, 2002.

Also appeared as Ted, The Round Table, NBC; Dan Coltrain, The Hat Squad, CBS; in The Dom DeLuise Show, CBS. Television Director; Series: Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 1999-2002 then Sci-Fi Channel, 2002—.

Also wrote "Entity" and "The First Ones," both episodes of Stargate SG-1.

Television Director; Episodic: "Back from the Future," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1990. "Number One with a Bullet," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1990. "Film at Eleven," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1991. "Divorce Palm Beach Style," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. "Talk Dirty to Me," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. "Black Box," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1998. "Harvest," The Net, USA Network, 1998. "Last Man Standing," The Net, USA Network, 1999. "Lights, Camera, Val," V.I.P., syndicated, 2000. "Ride of the Valkyries," V.I.P., syndicated, 2000. "Amazon Val," V.I.P., syndicated, 2001. "Crossroads," Higher Ground, Fox Family, 2000. "Seductions," Higher Ground, Fox Family, 2000. "Innocence," Higher Ground, Fox Family, 2000. "Because It's There," Higher Ground, Fox Family, 2000. "Alien Box, The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2001. " ... And the Ground, Sown with Salt," Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002. "Firewall," Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002.

De LUISE, Peter See DeLUISE, Peter

DeZARN, Tim 1952(Tim Dezarn) PERSONAL Born 1952, in Cincinnati, OH. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: First officer, Three Fugitives, Buena Vista, 1989. Skinhead, Ricochet, Warner Bros., 1991. Buddha, South Central, Warner Bros., 1992. Fast Eddie, Rage and Honor, IRS Media, 1992. Warehouse cop #1, Joshua Tree (also known as Army of One), Artisan, 1993. Man with a secret, Independence Day, American Dream, 1994.

Also directed episodes of Hope Island, PAX, and Just Deal, NBC. Television Director; Movies: Romantic Comedy 101, El Entertainment Television, 2001.

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(As Tim Dezarn) Homer, Demon Knight (also known as Demon Keeper and Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight), MCA/Universal, 1995. Freddie the albino man, Precious Find, Republic, 1996. Skinhead leader, Steel, Warner Bros., 1997. Gun, 1997. Vagrant, / Love You, Don't Touch Me!, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1998. Inspector Bird, Fight Club, Twentieth Century-Fox,

1999. Bob, Splendor Falls, 1999. (As Tim Dezarn) Shotgun guy, Gone in Sixty Seconds, Buena Vista, 2000. Guard Enheim, The Visit, Shoreline, 2000. (As Tim Dezarn) Liquid man #2, Pay It Forward, Warner Bros., 2000. Detective Ertagian, One Night at McCool's, USA Films, 2001. (As Tim Dezarn) Philip Watson, Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure, ABC, 1989. Patron, Too Young to Die?, NBC, 1990. Running against Time, USA Network, 1990. Tagget (also known as Dragonfire), USA Network, 1991. Gordon Atherton, The Killing Mind, Lifetime, 1991. Eddie Payton, Extreme Justice (also known as 5./.S.— Extreme Justice), HBO, 1993. Farmer #1, Midnight Runaround, syndicated, 1994. Mackey, Ladykiller (also known as Scene of the Crime), Showtime, 1996. Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy, Fox, 1997. 1936 sheriff, Miracle in the Woods, CBS, 1997. William Shepherd, On the Line, ABC, 1998. Deputy Pete, / Married a Monster, UPN, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Tim Dezarn) Frank, Bakersfield P.O., Fox, 1993. Tape raper, Prowler, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Prelude," The Equalizer, 1986. Harris, "My Enemy, My Friend," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. "The Pit," Hunter, NBC, 1989. Sergeant Apter, "Three Cheers for the Orange, White and Blue," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1990. Cochran, "Prescription for Murder" (also known as "Charlie and Kaz Meet the Mummy"), Hardball, NBC, 1990.

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(As Tim Dezarn) Mr. Carlton, "Cool Change," C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I.), CBS, 2000. (As Tim Dezarn) Warden Ydiq, "Repentance," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 2001. Mechanic, "The Room," 5/x Feet Under, HBO, 2001.

Dr. Arnold, The Rage, Miramax, 1997. Sheriff, Access Denied, Mystique Films, Inc., 1997. Voice of Possum, Doctor Doolittle, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Desk sergeant, Bedazzled, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Janitor Bob, Mangier 2, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Wally, Don't Try This at Home, 2002.

Also appeared as Voltaggio, L.A. Law, NBC; Tony, Promised Land, CBS.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice, Monchichis, CBS, 1983.

Television Appearances; Specials: Paperwork soldier No. 1, The Witness, Showtime, 1993.

The All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show (animated), ABC, 1983. Harley Estin, Newhart, CBS, 1984-1988. Bert, E/R, CBS, 1984. Burns, Alien Nation, Fox, 1989-1990. Officer Perth, Harry and the Hendersons, 1991. Mr. Hutchins, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992. Al Wallace, a recurring role, Weird Science, USA Network, 1994-1997. Steve Baker, Townies, ABC, 1996. Voice of Smeck, God, the Devil and Bob (animated), NBC, 2000.

DIANARD, Neil See DAINARD, Neil

DOUCETTE, Jeff (Jess Doucette)

Television Appearances; Movies: Red, The Comedy Company, CBS, 1978. The Kid with the 200 I.Q., NBC, 1983. Wade Foster, Terror on Highway 91, CBS, 1989. Ed Francis, Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg, ABC, 1994. Orvis, Midnight Runaround, syndicated, 1994. Deputy Olsen, Someone She Knows, NBC, 1994. Second man, Babylon 5: The River of Souls (also known as The River of Souls), TNT, 1998. Jeremy Wilkes, The Dentist II (also known as The Dentist 2: Brace Yourself), HBO, 1998. Dave, New Kids on the Planet, Nickelodeon, 2000.

PERSONAL Born in Milwaukee, Wl; married; wife's name, Kathy; children: one daughter. Addresses: Agent—Gold Liedtke Associates, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA 91505. Career: Actor. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice, T/s the Season to Be Smurfy (animated), NBC, 1987. Voice, Hagar the Horrible (animated), CBS, 1989.

Film Appearances: Himself, Can I Do It 'Till I Need Glasses?, Media Home Entertainment, 1977. Jack, Fairy Tales (also known as Adult Fairytales), Fairy Tales Distributing, 1978. Hippy, Love Letters (also known as My Love Letters and Passion Play), New World Pictures, 1983. Junior, Splash, Buena Vista, 1984. Olin, The Best of Times, Universal, 1986. Taylor Dupp, Two Idiots in Hollywood, 1988. Bladder, Cranium Command, 1989. Radio/TV announcer, Martians Co Home, Taurus Entertainment, 1990. David Greenwalt, Syngenor, South Gate, 1990. Captain Destroyer, Mom and Dad Save the World, Warner Bros., 1992. Cop, Zero Tolerance, 1994. Mean guard, /Across the Moon, Hemdale Film Corp.,

Television Appearances; Pilots: Burns, "Alien Nation/' Alien Nation, Fox, 1989. Larkowski, "24 Hours," ER, NBC, 1994. Bus driver, The Tick, Fox, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Dark Horse," Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. Franklyn Royce, "How Great Thou Art," Bosom Buddies, ABC, 1981. Vic Curtis, "Showdown at Walla Walla," Domestic Life, CBS, 1984. "Little Boy Blue," Falcon Crest, 1984. Malcolm Jones, "Breakout!," The A-Team, NBC, 1984. Chick Turner, "Iced Coffey," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986.

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"Overnight Sensation," Hunter, NBC, 1986. Animal Control Officer Nichols, "Bad Dog," Punky Brewster, NBC, 1988. Dr. Dumont, "From Snoop to Nuts: Parts 1 & 2," Night Court, 1989. Scooter, "Hungry Like the Wolf," ALF, NBC, 1990. Floyd, "Hayden and Luther's Excellent Adventure," Coach, ABC, 1990. Sam, "The Man That Got Away," Empty Nest, NBC, 1991. Crook, "Home Buddies," Morton & Hayes, CBS, 1991. Hal, "Requiem for a Groundskeeper," Coach, ABC, 1991. Hal, "Loonstruck," Coach, ABC, 1991. Desk clerk, "The Great Escape," Empty Nest, NBC, 1992. Gabe, "It's Never Too Late," Batman: The Animated Series (animated), Fox, 1992. Gene, "Shall We Dance?," Delta, CBS, 1992. Deke, "How Much Is That Darden in the Window?," Delta, CBS, 1992. Coach Kelly, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Screams," The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1994. Todd, "Where There's Smoke, You're Fired," Dream On, HBO, 1994. Sheriff Hyde, "Bad Luck Betty," The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., Fox, 1994. Mover #1, "Miss Sugarbaker Goes to Washington: Parts 1 & 2," Women of the House, CBS, 1995. Repairman, "Aftershocks," Party of Five, Fox, 1995. Trucker #1, "Never on the Road Again," The Five Mrs. Buchanans, CBS, 1995, "The Whiz Kid," Unhappily Ever After, 1995. Mr. Sidowski, "Dog Day Afternoon," The Home Court, NBC, 1996. George Turner, "The Bus Stops Here," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. Coach, "The Pride of the Injuns," Unhappily Ever After, 1996. Police Marshall, "A Very, Very, Very Fine House," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997. "Counting Sheep," Sleepwalkers, NBC, 1998. Chet, "The Physics of Being Dick," 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. Chet, "The Tooth Harry," 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. Duane, "Caroline and the Drycleaner," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1998. Chet, "Happy New Dick!," 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. Senator Jim, "Soul Searching," JAG, CBS, 1999. Dale, "Red's Last Day," That '70s Show, Fox, 1999. Dale, "The Velvet Rope," That '70s Show, Fox, 1999. Twinkles the clown, "Play Dead, Clown," Shasta McNasty, UPN, 2000. Landlord, "Surveillance," The District, CBS, 2000. Gino, "Greg's Big Day," Yes, Dear, CBS, 2000. Dale, "Who Wants It More?," That '70s Show, Fox, 2001. "Killer Instinct," JAG, CBS, 2001. Jerry Kramer, "Kate," Kate Brasher, 2001.

Also appeared as James Ludlow, Courthouse; Sikes, High Incident; Eddie Murdoch, Davis Rules; in Snorks. Television Work; Series:

Additional voices, Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (animated), ABC, 1979. (As Jess Doucette) Additional voices, The Smurfs (animated; also known as Smurfs' Adventures), NBC, 1981.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Navy SEAL #4, Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001.

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PERSONAL Born August 5, 1945 (some sources cite 1938), in Philadelphia, PA. Career: Actress. Member: Zeta Phi Beta. Awards, Honors: Annual CableACE Award, best supporting actress in a movie or miniseries, National Cable Television Association, 1995, for Other Women's Children; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1998, for Touched by an Angel; Emmy awards, outstanding voice-over performance, 1999 and 2001, both for The PJs.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Loretta Allen, Love of Life, CBS, 1970-1972. Willona Woods, Gooey Times, CBS, 1974-1979. Grandma Muriel Ellington, a recurring role, The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1996-1997. Voice of Mrs. Avery, The PJs, Fox, 1999-2000, The WB, 2000-2001.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Celia Louise, The Blue Knight, NBC, 1973. Sally Harvey, Roots: The Next Generations, CBS, 1979. Onetha Wiggins, The Sophisticated Gents, NBC, 1981.

Esther Hamilton, "Smokescreen," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Aunt Liddy, "A Test of Character," Clueless, 1999. Delores, "Going, Going, Gone," The Steve Harvey Show, The WB, 2000. Dottie, "Bully on the Bus," Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 2000. Voice of Mrs. Patterson, "Hello Stranger," As Told by Ginger, Nickelodeon, 2000. Voice of Mrs. Patterson, "Never Can Say Goodbye," As Told by Ginger, Nickelodeon, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: Bettina, Stranded, NBC, 1986. Mrs. Page, Kids Like These, CBS, 1987. Roberta, Other Women's Children, Lifetime, 1993. Lucretia, Magic Island, The Disney Channel, 1995. Agnes, Sophie and the Moonhanger, Lifetime, 1996. Mrs. Lawson, Don't Look Back, HBO, 1996. Katie Pegues, Best Friends for Life, CBS, 1998. Lefty, Hard Time, TNT, 1998. Lefty, Hard Time: Hostage Hotel (also known as Hostage Hotel), TNT, 1999.

Also appeared in an episode of Spencer, NBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dottie Singer, Hellinger's Law, CBS, 1981. Gloria Shenar, The Big Easy, ABC, 1982. Mrs. Gorman, The Tom Swift and Linda Craig Mystery Hour, ABC, 1983. Mary, Laughs!, Showtime, 1990. Joanne Wilson, Hammer, Slammer, and Slade, ABC, 1990. Maxene, Harlan & Merleen, CBS, 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Juanita, "Sanford and Son and Sister Makes Three/' Sanford and Son, NBC, 1972. Diana Richie, Shaft, CBS, 1973. Paula Thomas, 'loser Takes All/' Kojak, CBS, 1974. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1978. Evelyn Hopkins, "Rent a Romeo/Matchmaker, Matchmaker/Y'Gotta Have Heart/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. Ethel, "Brian and Sylvia," Facts of Life, NBC, 1981. Idee, "Some Day My Prints Will Come," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. "Bad Paper," Houston Knights, CBS, 1988. "Grant Meets Grandpa," Nearly Departed, NBC, 1989. Ella Wilkes, "Ch-ch-ch-changes," Doctor Doctor, CBS, 1990. Brenda Hanes, "Love, Hillman-Style," A Different World, NBC, 1991. May Freeman, "Favorite Son," True Colors, Fox, 1991. June, "Toby or Not Toby," Dream On, HBO, 1991. Judith, "Reach Out and Teach Someone," Home Improvement, ABC, 1991. Arlene, "Baby Makes Five," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992. Louise Wilson, "Marriage on the Rocks with a Twist," The Golden Palace, CBS, 1992. Louise Wilson, "A New Leash on Life," The Golden Palace, CBS, 1993. Louise Wilson, "Pro and Concierge," The Golden Palace, CBS, 1993. Mother O'Dantelle, "Wedding Bells & Box Boys," Sister, Sister, ABC, 1994. Dorothy Cooper, "Hangin' with Mrs. Cooper," Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1994. Herself, "All the Players Came," Martin, Fox, 1995. Carol, "Her Cheatin' Mind," Home Improvement, ABC, 1995. Macy Chamberlain, "A Miracle Happens Here," ER, NBC, 1995. Mrs. Helen Gaither Moss, "Mentor," Moesha, UPN, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials: Rodeen, J. T, CBS, 1969. Good Evening, Captain!, CBS, 1981. Good Times: The E! Hollywood True Story, El Entertainment Television, 2000. Television Work; Series: Singer of theme song, "Movin' on Up," The Jeffersons, CBS, 1975. Film Appearances: Stormy Monday, Five on the Black Hand Side, United Artists, 1973. Nellie Bond, A Piece of the Action, Warner Bros., 1977. Ma Bell, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, United Artists, 1988. Mrs. Stone, Heart Condition, New Line Cinema, 1990. Aunt Rocky, Penny Ante: The Motion Picture, 1990. Viola Battle, Waterproof, Cloud Ten Pictures, 1999. Stage Appearances: Appeared in a production of Showgirls, Jomandi Theatre, in Georgia.

WRITINGS Television Music; Series: Lyricist and composer of theme song (with Jeff Barry), "Movin7 on Up," The Jeffersons, CBS, 1975.

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EASTWOOD, Alison 1972PERSONAL Born May 22, 1972, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Clint (an actor, producer, and director) and Maggie (maiden name, Johnson) Eastwood; married Kirk Fox (an actor), 1999. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—McGowan Management, 8733 W. Sunset Blvd., Suite 103, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Contact—370 Lexington Ave., #802, New York, NY 10017-6503; Buchwald & Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 220, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Television Appearances; Movies: Sophie Weston, The Spring, NBC, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002.

Career: Actress. Purple Rose (a production company), founder; launched a clothing line called Eastwood Ranch, 2001. Previously worked as a model.

Appeared as guest, The Test, F/X.

Television Appearances; Specials: Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best young actress in a motion picture, 1985, for Tightrope.

Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Jean Harlow, Lifetime, 1999.

CREDITS EICHHORN, Lisa 1952Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Child at orphanage, Bronco Billy, Warner Bros., 1980. Amanda Block, Tightrope, Warner Bros., 1984. Art student, Absolute Power, Columbia, 1997. Mandy Nichols, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Warner Bros., 1997. Amanda, Suicide, the Comedy (also known as The Intervention), Cargo, 1998. Lynn Dombrowsky, Black & White, New City, 1998.

PERSONAL Born February 4 (some sources cite April 12), 1952, in Reading, PA (some sources cite Glen Falls, NY); daughter of Frank (a public relations executive) and Dorothy (maiden name, Romero) Eichhorn; married John Curless (an actor; divorced, 1979); married Ben Nye, Jr. (a makeup artist), February 19, 1981; children:

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(second marriage) Emily. Education: Attended Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and St. Peter's College, Oxford; trained for the stage at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London.

Cynthia Dayton, Agatha Christie's "Murder in Three Acts" (also known as Murder in Three Acts), CBS, 1986. Claudia Stuart, Pride and Extreme Prejudice, USA Network, 1990. Anita Brennan, Devlin, Showtime, 1992. Rachel, Diana: A Tribute to the People's Princess (also known as Diana: The People's Princess), 1998. Jill Cromwell, My Neighbor's Daughter (also known as Angel Blue), Lifetime, 1998. Mary-Ellen Floyd, Judas Kiss, Cinemax, 1999.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Evening Standard Award, actress of the year, 1979, and Golden Globe Award nominations, best motion picture actress and female new star of the year in a motion picture, both 1980, all for Yanks; Film Award nomination, best supporting actress, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1980, for The Europeans.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lady Isabel Vane, East Lynne, BBC (England), 1982. Dr. Jordan, A Woman Named Jackie, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Series: Elizabeth Carlyle, All My Children, ABC, 1987-1988.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Jean Moreton, Yanks (also known as Yanks—Gestern waren wir noch Freunde), Universal, 1979. Gertrude Wentworth, The Europeans, Universal, 1979. Kay, Why Would I Lie?, United Artists, 1980. Maureen "Mo" Cutter, Cutter's Way (also known as Cutter and Bone), United Artists, 1981. June Lorich, Wildrose, Troma, 1984. Lieutenant Catherine Casey, Opposing Force (also known as Hell Camp), Orion, 1987. Maureen, Grim Prairie Tales (also known as Hellbent), Coe-Hahn Releasing, 1990. Nocturne, Frameline Productions, 1990. Terry Morgan, Moon 44 (also known as Intruder), Live Entertainment, 1991. Helene, The Vanishing, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Mrs. Kurlander, King of the Hill, Gramercy, 1993. Grace Rhodes, A Modem Affair (also known as Mr. #247), Tara Releasing, 1994. Linda Davenport, First Kid, Buena Vista, 1996. Book's mom, Sticks and Stones, 1996. Mrs. Brodsky, Goodbye Lover, Warner Bros., 1999. Emily Greenleaf, The Talented Mr. Ripley (also known as The Mysterious Yearning Secretive Sad Lonely Troubled Confused Loving Musical Gifted Intelligent Beautiful Tender Sensitive Haunted Passionate Talented Mr. Ripley), Paramount, 1999. Shuttle passenger, Boys and Girls, Dimension Films, 2000.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Honor Campbell, Feel the Heat, ABC, 1983. C-16: F.B.I., 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Danielle, "French Twist," Miami Vice, NBC, 1986. "Something Green," The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Mary Kostrinski, "Point of View," Law & Order, NBC,

1992. Arnette Fenady, "Nurture," Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Annette Rayburn, "Unwilling Witness," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Mary Jane Wiggins, "First Degree," The Practice, ABC, 1997. Beth, "My Dinner with Andrew," Touched by an Angel,

CBS, 1997. Arlene Galvins, "Scrambled," Law & Order, NBC, 1998. Ellen Galloway, "The Breast and the Brightest," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1998. Dr. Millicent "Millie" Van Buren, "The Wench Is Dead," Inspector Morse, PBS, 1998. Mrs. Peyton Kleberg, "Tangled," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU), NBC and USA Network, 2001. "Trauma," Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2002. Mary Kane, Spooks, BBC, 2002. Appeared in episodes of Kenya; as Judith Atcheson, LA. Doctors.

Also appeared in Western. Television Appearances; Specials: Milly, Wings of a Dove, Arts and Entertainment, 1985.

Television Appearances; Movies: Rachel Apt, The Wall, CBS, 1982. Olivia, The Weather in the Streets, BBC (England), 1983. Carolyn Shefland, Blind Justice, CBS, 1986.

Stage Appearances: Margaret, The Hasty Heart, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1982.

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The Common Pursuit, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1987. Anne, The Speed of Darkness, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1991. Mary, The Summer Winds, Naked Angels Theatre, New York City, 1991. Iris Henniman, Down the Road, Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 1993. Nettie Cleary, Any Given Day, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1993. Greensboro (A Requiem), McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1995-1996. The Misfits, 1996.

Television Appearances; Series: The Best of Families, PBS, 1977. Ann Kelsey, L.A. Law, NBC, 1986-1994. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ann Kelsey, LA. Law, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Susan Lester, Kane and Abel, CBS, 1985. Pauline Mendelson, An Inconvenient Woman, ABC, 1991. Livy Clemens, Roughing It (also known as Mark Twain's Roughing It), Hallmark Channel, 2001.

Appeared as Rosalind, As You Like It; as Gilda, Design for Living, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London; as Nora, A Doll's House, England; as Ophelia, Hamlet, Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch, England; appeared in British productions of The Entertainer, Fatal Weakness, A Golden Boy, The Hollow, Mother Courage, Much Ado about Nothing, and The Tempest; also appeared in Arms and the Man and Pass/Fail.

Television Appearances; Movies: Carole Eskanazi, The Deadliest Season, CBS, 1977. Emma Syrnrns, Orphan Train, CBS, 1979. Anna, Swan Song, ABC, 1980. Maggie, Sessions, NBC, 1983. Sylvia Chalmers, Assault and Matrimony, NBC, 1987. Kate Williams, Family Sins, CBS, 1987. Susan Sandier, A Stoning in Fulham County (also known as The Amish Story, The Incident at Tile Mill Road, and The Stoning), NBC, 1988. Deborah McGuire, My Boyfriend's Back, NBC, 1989. Diane Martin, Cast the First Stone (also known as Cast the First Stone: The Diane Martin Story, The Diane Martin Story, and The Jeanne Eckmann Story), NBC, 1989. Bunny Brown, The Secret Life of Archie's Wife (also known as Archie's Wife and Runaway Heart), CBS, 1990. Joanne, Living a Lie (also known as Ties That Bind), NBC, 1991. Ellen Krieger, A Town Torn Apart (also known as Doc: The Dennis Littky Story), NBC, 1992. Val, Chantilly Lace, Showtime, 1993. Lula Sparks, Parallel Lives, Showtime, 1994. Michelle Mills, Without Consent (also known as Tell Laura I Love Her and Trapped and Deceived), ABC, 1994. Martha Martin, Rugged Gold (also known as Epreuves d'amour en Alaska), syndicated, 1994. Tessa Bryan, The Other Woman, 1995. Alicia Wells, Dare to Love, 1995. Barbara Wilkins, My Very Best Friend, CBS, 1996. Jan Hale, Cone in a Heartbeat, CBS, 1996. Ann Kelsey, LA. Law: The Movie, NBC, 2002.

RECORDINGS Audio Books: Narrator, Paradise by Judith McNaught, 1991.

EIKENBERRY, Jill 1947(?)PERSONAL Born January 21, 1947 (some sources cite 1946), in New Haven, CT; married Michael Tucker (an actor), 1973; children: Max, Alison (stepdaughter). Education: Studied drama at Yale University; also attended Barnard College. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2704. Career: Actress. Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Conference, member; Arena Stage, member of company. GenerationA.com (Internet web site), celebrity cohost, 2000. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, best performance, Village Voice, 1985-86, for Lemon Sky and Life under Water; Emmy Award nominations, best supporting actress in a drama series, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, and 1994, Golden Globe Award nominations, best actress in a television drama series, 1988, 1990, and 1991, and Golden Globe Award, 1989, all for LA. Law.

Television Appearances; Specials: Kate Quin, "Uncommon Women and Others/' Theatre in America (also known as Great Performances), PBS, 1978.

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Television Producer: Destined to Live: 100 Roads to Recovery (special), NBC, 1988. (With others) Living a Lie (movie; also known as Ties that Bind)f NBC, 1991.

ABC, 1987. Host, Cut-Rate Care: America's Day care Gamble, syndicated, 1987. Host and narrator, Destined to Live: 100 Roads to Recovery, NBC, 1988. Ann Kelsey, The "L.A. Law" 100th Episode Special, NBC, 1991. Cohost and narrator, Celebrating the American Family, PBS, 1992. Jessica Stern, "Family Reunion/1 Tracey Ullman Takes On New York (also known as Tracey Takes On New York), HBO, 1993. Woman at church, On Hope (also known as Directed By), Showtime, 1994. Host, Campbell's Portrait of a Teacher II, Lifetime, 1994. The Opening Ceremonies of the 1995 Special Olympics World Games, NBC, 1995. Intimate Portrait: Jill Eikenberry, Lifetime, 1997. Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Judith Light, Lifetime, 1998. National Memorial Day Concert, PBS, 1999. LA. Law: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. NBC 75th Anniversary Special, NBC, 2002.

Film Appearances: Merrill, Rush It, 1976. Lynn, Between the Lines, New Yorker Films, 1977. Claire, An Unmarried Woman, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. The End of the World in Our Usual Bed in a Night Full of Rain (also known as A Night Full of Rain, La fine del mondo in una notte plena di pioggia, and La fine del mondo net nostro solito letto in ana notte piena di pioggia), Warner Bros., 1978. Juilliard student, Rich Kids, United Artists, 1979. Mary Parker, Butch and Sundance: The Early Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Alisa "Ali" Hacklin, Hide in Plain Sight, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1980. Susan Johnson, Arthur, Warner Bros., 1981. Faith, Grace Quigley (also known as The Ultimate Solution of Grace Quigley), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1985. Elizabeth Stevens, The Manhattan Project (also known as The Deadly Game and The Manhattan Project: The Deadly Game), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Dottie, Manna from Heaven, R.S. Entertainment, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Boss of socialites, Platinum, UPN, 2001.

Stage Appearances:

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Fevers/ Nurse, CBS, 1982.

Kathy, Moonchildren, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1972. All over Town, Broadway production, 1974. Saints, Broadway production, 1976. Kate Quin, Uncommon Women and Others, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1977. Marthe de Brancovis, Watch on the Rhine, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, then John Golden Theatre, New York City, both 1980. Victoria Woodhull, Onward Victoria, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1980. Holiday, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982. Amy, Porch, Lamb's Little Theatre, New York City, 1984. Zee, "Fine Line," Marathon '84, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1984. Jinx, "Life under Water," Marathon '85, Ensemble Studio Theatre, 1985. Lemon Sky, 1985-1986.

Sarah Fimpel, "Mayo, Hold the Pickle/' Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Sarah Fimpel, "Watt a Way to Go/' Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Clare Foster, "A Family Again/' ABC Family Theatre, ABC, 1988. Goode, "Mickey's 60th Birthday Special," The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. AtRona's, NBC, 1989. "No Less a Starfish," Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX,

1999. Voice of Carter's mom, "Hidden Agenda," Batman Beyond, The WB, 1999. Councilwoman, "Do No Harm," Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2000. Sheila Townsend, "Waterworld," Judging Amy, CBS, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, The 1987 Clio Awards: The Best Television Commercials in the World, syndicated, 1987. Presenter, The American Television Awards, ABC, 1993. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1994.

Audio Books: Reader, Sins of the Mother by Cheryl Saban, Dove, 1997. (With Larry King) Reader, Love Stories of World War II, compiled by King, Random House, 2002. 100

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Celebrity Dish, September, 2000, pp. 70-77. People Weekly, October 26, 1998, p. 54; May 21, 2001, p. 122. Other: Intimate Portrait: Jill Eikenberry documentary), Lifetime, 1997.

Film Work: Worked as writer and director, The Painter (short film).

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Television Appearances; Movies: Patrolman, Precious Victims, CBS, 1993. Cop #1, Jack Reed: A Search for Justice, NBC, 1994. Officer Ed Hunt, If Someone Had Known, NBC, 1995. Rhino, Smoke Jumpers (also known as In the Line of Duty: Smoke Jumpers), NBC, 1996.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Smog, UPN, 1999.

Full name, Noah Nicholas Emmerich; born February 27, 1965, in New York, NY; son of Andre (an art dealer and gallery owner) and Constance (maiden name, Marantaz) Emmerich; brother of Toby Emmerich (a screenwriter and film executive); married Melissa Ann Fitzgerald (an actress), November 28, 1998. Education: Yale University, B.A. (with honors), 1987; studied filmmaking at New York University; studied acting at the Yale Drama School Summer Program and with Ron Stetson at Manhattan's Neighborhood Playhouse. Religion: Jewish. Avocational Interests: Sports, skydiving, music, and playing the trumpet.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Ronald, "The Long Goodbye/' Flying Blind, Fox, 1993. Eddie, "Serge the Concierge," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. Sam Bennett, "Love and Death 101," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Bobby Zane, "Take This Sabbath Day," The West Wing, NBC, 2000. Johnny, "Spell Check," Wonderland, ABC, 2000. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Home—60 East 8th St., Apt. 7J, New York, NY 10003-6516.

Stage Appearances: Anything Goes, 1987. Bells Are Ringing, 1988. Biloxi Blues, 1989. The Mikado, 1989. La cage aux folles, 1989. Three People, 1990. Bedrooms, 1990.

Career: Actor, writer, and director. Previously worked as a travel writer. CREDITS

Also appeared in North Shore Fish; Three People; Home Free; Of Mice and Men; Lovers and Other Strangers; The Rothschilds; Animal Farm.

Film Appearances: Rookie, Last Action Hero, Columbia, 1993. Dale, Laura Sobers, 1994. Michael "Mo" Morris, Beautiful Girls, Miramax, 1996. Deputy Bill Geisler, Cop Land, Miramax, 1997. Red, Snitch (also known as Monument Ave.), 1998. Marlon/Louis Coltrane, The Truman Show, Paramount, 1998. (Uncredited) Vertis Dewey, Tumbleweeds, Fine Line, 1999. Sheriff Raymond, Crazy in Alabama, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Stan Blocker, Life, MCA/Universal, 1999. Eric, Love & Sex, 2000.

Major Tours: Appeared as Corporal Dunn, A Few Good Men, U.S. cities.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 46 Television Appearances; Series: London Underground, Comedy Central, 1991. Various characters, The World of Lee Evans, 1995. Himself, Celebrity Big Brother (also known as Comic Relief Big Brother), 2001. Lee, Lee Evans: So What Now?, BBC America, 2001.

EVANS, Lee 1964PERSONAL Born 1964, in Avonmouth, England; son of Dave Evans (a nightclub performer); married Heather; children: Molly.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Zippo, Dinotopia, ABC, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Lee, Welcome Home, Mr. Evans, NBC, 1997. Lee Evans Conquers America, NBC, 1998.

Career: Actor, writer, and stand-up comedian. Previously worked as a boxer.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Pete, "Clare de lune," Rik Mayall Presents, 1995. Himself, Patrick Kielty ... Almost Live!, 2001. Himself, Parkinson, 2001. Himself, The Big Breakfast, Channel 4, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Paris Film Festival Award, best actor, 1995, for Funny Bones; Perrier Award, 1998. CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, Lee Evans: Live at Her Majesty's (also known as Lee Evans: Live at Her Majesty's Theatre), 1994. Himself, Lee Evans: Live from the West End, 1995. Jack Parker, Funny Bones, Buena Vista, 1995. Can Man, Brooms, 1995. Himself, Lee Evans Live: The Different Planet Tour, 1996. Fog, The Fifth Element (also known as Le cinquieme element), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Lars Smuntz, Mouse Hunt, DreamWorks, 1997. Tucker/Norman Phipps, There's Something about Mary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Himself, Lee Evans: Live in Scotland, 1998. Barney, The Ladies Man, Paramount, 2000. Robert Martin, The Martins, 2001. Vacuums, 2002. Delbert Butterfield, Plots with a View (also known as Plotz with a View), Miramax, 2002.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Lee Evans: Live at Her Majesty's (also known as Lee Evans: Live at Her Majesty's Theatre), 1994. Lee Evans: Live from the West End, 1995. Lee Evans Live: The Different Planet Tour, 1996. Lee Evans: Live in Scotland, 1998. Television Series: The World of Lee Evans, 1995. Lee Evans: So What Now?, BBC America, 2001. Television Pilots: Welcome Home, Mr. Evans, NBC, 1997.

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FACINELLI, Peter 1973PERSONAL Born November 26, 1973, in Queens, NY; married Jennie Garth (an actress), January 20, 2001; children: Luca Bella and Lola Ray. Education: Studied acting at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School; attended St. John's University and New York University. Avocational Interests: Martial arts.

Television Appearances; Series: Van Ray, Fastlane, Fox, 2002—.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Untitled Entertainment, 8436 West Third St., Suite 650, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Publicist—PMK/HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Movies: Brett, The Price of Love, Fox, 1995. Rick Connor, An Unfinished Affair, ABC, 1996. Jimmy Stapp, After Jimmy, CBS, 1996. James Pfeiffer, Calm at Sunset (also known as Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn), CBS, 1996.

Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Shane Sutter, "Performance/' Law & Order, NBC, 1995.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Lucifer, Angela, Tree Farm Productions, 1995. Ethan Bixby, Foxfire, Samuel Goldwyn Films, 1996. Bail, Touch Me, Devin Entertainment, 1997. Terrell Lee Lusk, Dancer, Texas, Pop. 81, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Mike Dexter, Can't Hardly Wait, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Phil Fazzulo, Telling You (also known as Love Sucks), Buena Vista, 1998. Actor #2, Welcome to Hollywood, Phaedra Cinema, 1998. Bob Walker, The Big Kahuna, Lions Gate Films, 1999. Danny Shepherd, Blue Ridge Fall, A-pix Entertainment, 1999. Karl Larson, Supernova, United Artists, 2000.

Also appeared as Vincent Costanza in an episode of The Wright Verdicts, CBS.

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FASSLER, Ron PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Sutton, Barth & Vennari, 145 South Fairfax Ave., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036; The Gage Group, 14724 Ventura Blvd., Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA91403. Career: Actor and writer. CREDITS Film Appearances: Forster's technician, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Warner Bros., 1990. Petzold, Child's Play 3 (also known as Child's Play 3: Look Who's Stalking], Universal, 1991. Drama dad, Camp Nowhere, Buena Vista, 1994. Television Appearances; Series: Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation, Fox, 1989. Justin Johns, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 2000-2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Bob, Sen/or Trip, CBS, 1981. Lou, Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story, NBC, 1993. Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation: Dark Horizon, Fox, 1994. District Attorney, Frogmen, NBC, 1994. Agent, A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous Jokester, NBC, 1995. Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation: Body and Soul, Fox, 1995. Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation: Millennium, Fox, 1996. Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation: The Enemy Within, Fox, 1996. Captain Brain Grazer, Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy, Fox, 1997.

1999. "The Grinch," Snoops, ABC, 1999. Auctioneer, "Charitable Dick," 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1999. "Once Again from the Beginning," Two Guys and a Girl, 2000. Roger Dunn, "Smuggler's Blues," 18 Wheels of Justice, TNN, 2000. Voice, "God Forbid," Baby Blues (animated), 2000. Voice, "World's Greatest Dad," Baby Blues (animated), 2000. Frank, "Charma Loves Greb," Dharma & Greg, 2000. Scott, "Control," Roswell, UPN, 2001. Defendant's lawyer, "Neutral Corners," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2001. "Kiss the Val," V.I.P., 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Mark Schlesinger, This Just In, ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: Mitchell, Puppetman, CBS, 1987. Captain Brian Grazer, Alien Nation, Fox, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: Larry Darnell, "Visiting Daze/' St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987. Bailiff, 'The Ticket/' Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1987. 104

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Also appeared as Marty "Cookie" Cook, The Slap Maxwell Story, ABC; Damon Birnbaum, "Caroline and Joanie and the Stick," Caroline in the City, NBC; stockbroker, Ryan Caulfield: Year One; Mr. Sosko, Drexell's Class; agent, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; That's Life, ABC; father, Minor Adjustments; in First Years, NBC; Bull.

Film Work: Additional voices, Heavy Metal 2000 (also known as Heavy Metal F.A.K.K.2), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Trebla, The Ewoks (animated; also known as The All-New Ewoks and The Ewoks and Star Wars Droids Adventure Hour), 1985-1986. (As Allan Fawcett) Mayor Robert "Bob" Dawkins, Big Wolf on Campus, Fox Family Channel, 1999. Hartwood, La vie, la vie, 2001.

Television Episodes: "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997.

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Appeared as Russ Trent in the series Dangerous Women, and as Mr. Thompson in My Hometown.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Lomax, Secret Weapons (also known as Secrets of the Red Bedroom and Sexpionage), NBC, 1985. Store manager, Easy Prey, ABC, 1986. Joe Woldarski, Jr. (some sources cite Joe Wykowski), Conspiracy of Love, CBS, 1987. Dr. Fred, Nightstick (also known as Calhoun), 1987. Melanie's boyfriend, The Wrong Woman, CBS, 1995. Windsor Protocol (also known as Jack Higgins' Windsor Protocol), Showtime, 1996. Samuels, The Peacekeeper (also known as Hellbent and Red Zone), HBO, 1997. Jack Barton, Random Encounter, HBO, 1998. Richard Sanderson, The Witness Files, Cinemax, 1999. David Scott, Requiem for Murder (also known as Classy Kilt), Cinemax, 1999. Ruben, Satan's School for Girls, ABC, 2000. Everett Lilly, Someone Is Watching, Lifetime, 2000. Dewkins, Stiletto Dance, HBO, 2001. FBI Agent Olman, After Amy (also known as No Ordinary Baby), Lifetime, 2001. Ted, Portrait of Murder, 2002.

Career: Actor and voice performer. CREDITS Film Appearances: Roger, Spring Fever (also known as Sneakers), Citadel Film Distributors, 1982, Comworld Pictures, 1983. Roger, Morning Man, SDA Productions, 1986. Gilchrist, Blindside, Norstar Entertainment, 1986. Les, Too Outrageous!, Spectra Film, 1987. Voice of Flamingo, The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (animated), Cineplex Odeon, 1987. Bernard, Une petite fille particuliere (also known as Le billet de loterie), France 2 Cinema, 1994. Obstruction of Justice, Oasis International, 1995. FBI agent, Sci-fighters, Dream LLC, 1996. Jack Silver, Coyote Run (also known as Sworn Enemies), Moonstone Entertainment, 1996. Count Falco/Jack Dana, Afterglow, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. David, Dad Newton, Barney's Great Adventure (also known as Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. (As Allan Fawcett) Bill, Ladies Room, Motion International, 1999. Reporter at restaurant, Waking the Dead, USA Films/ Gramercy, 2000. Voice of Jefferson, Heavy Metal 2000 (also known as Heavy Metal F.A.K.K.2), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000. Detective Walter Jensen, The Tracker, Remstar Distribution, 2000. Bruce, Lost and Delirious, Lions Gate Films, 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jack Clark, The Sleep Room, Lifetime, 1998. Dave Powers, Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, CBS, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Eye in the Sky: Part 2," Seeing Things, CBC (Canada), 1985. Miles Milhouse, "Look at Me, Look at Me," Seeing Things, CBC, 1986. "Missing," Sirens, syndicated, 1995. 105

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Television Appearances; Other: Pete Crawford, Portrait of a Teenage Shoplifter, CBS, 1981. Cauldwell, E.N.G. (pilot), Lifetime, 1990.

FLYNN, Quinton 1964(Quintin Flynn) PERSONAL Born October 10, 1964. Education: Graduated cum laude from Kent State University; also attended Bowling Green State University. Career: Actor and voice-over artist. The Snozberries (comedy-musical duo), member; dragsterbarbie (musical group), member; The Andersons (pop band), member.

Also appeared as voice, Aladdin (animated), CBS and syndicated; voice of Elliott, "Nerdator," Freakazoid! (animated), The WB; voice of Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Iron Man (animated); voice, Invasion America (animated); voices of Ross and Joey, "Acquaintances," Animaniacs (animated); voice, Microshaft Windblows 98; as voice of Ben/cop, "The Alchemist, voice of Dan Chele, "Undersea Urgency," and voice of lab assistant, "Other World," all episodes of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated; also known as Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures), Cartoon Network and syndicated; in King of Queens.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Paul McCartney, My Dinner with jimi, 2001. Ernest & Bertram (short film), 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Human Torch/Johnny Storm, The Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: The Fantastic Four), syndicated, 1994-1996. Voice of Timon, Timon and Pumbaa (animated; also known as The Lion King's Timon & Pumbaa), The Disney Channel, 1995. Voice of Jonathan "Jonny" Quest, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated; also known as Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures), Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1996-1997. Voice of Mick, Xyber 9: New Dawn (animated), Fox, 1999.

Television Work; Series: Additional voices, Aladdin (animated; also known as Disney's Aladdin), CBS and syndicated, 1993. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Mr. Fossey, The Curse of Monkey Island (also known as Monkey Island 3), 1997. Voices of Gangly and other characters, The X-Fools (also known as The X-Fools: The Spoof Is Out There), 1998. Voice of Wang Xiaoha, Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins, 2000. Voice, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (also known as Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2-Yuri's Revenge), Electronic Arts, 2000. Voice of Summoner Isaaru, Final Fantasy X (also known as FFXand Final Fantasy 10), Square Soft, 2001. Voice of Raiden/Jack, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Voice of GDI soldier and civilian, Command & Conquer: Renegade, Electronic Arts, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Voice of zoo ticket salesman, Uncle Gus (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000. Voices of Steve and Enzo, Swaroop (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001. Voices of Mr. Bobo and Dan the Man, A Kitty Bobo Show (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: Voices of mosquito guitarist and spider sound engineer, The Feelers (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998. Voice of rookie cop, A Cop and His Doughnut (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998. Voice of Sick, Sick and Tired (animated), Nickelodeon, 1999. 106

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New York television reporter, The Last Don II (also known as Mario Puzo's The Last Don II), CBS, 1998. Ed Hobley, Robocop: Prime Directives, Sci-Fi Channel, 2000.

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury (also known as Bloody Roar 3), Activision, 2002. Voice of Orphen, Orphen: Scion of Sorcery, 2002. Also appeared as voices of Eager Droid and Tough Droid, Droid Works, Lucas Arts.

Television Appearances; Movies: On Thin Ice: The Tai BabiIonia Story, NBC, 1990. Brad, Tails You Live, Heads You're Dead, USA Network, 1995. Mexican waiter with an accent, Rent-a-Kid, 1995. Frank, Critical Choices, Showtime, 1996. 911 supervisor, Color of Justice, Showtime, 1997. Dr. Miller, Trapped in a Purple Haze, ABC, 2000.

Albums: Vocals, Wonderboy's Napoleon Blown Apart, 1997. Vocals, Best of Nicktoons, 1998. (With The Andersons), Separated at Birth, 1998. (With dragsterbarbie) International Pop Overthrow, Vol. 3, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Scalper, "Assault/' Street Legal, CBC, 1987. The director, "Kung Fu Blues/' Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1995. The director, "Get Fast," F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1997. City attorney, "O'er the Ramparts We Watched," Twice in a Lifetime, PAX TV, 1999.

FRASER, David PERSONAL Born in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Canada; married Marilyn Wallis, April 28, 1998; children: Zoe.

Voice of "monster of the day" and other voices for episodes of Sailor Moon (also known as English Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon S, and Sailor Moon Super S), syndicated.

Career: Actor. Appeared in commercials in the United States and Canada. CREDITS Film Appearances: Michelangelo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, New Line Cinema, 1993. Bradley, Street Law (also known as Law of the Jungle), Triboro Entertainment Group, 1995. Dave, No Exit (also known as Fatal Combat), No Exit Productions, 1995. Pilot-Minolaur, Iron Eagle IV, Trimark, 1995. Brack Electronics person, Murder at 1600, Warner Bros., 1997. Ed "Smarty-Pants" Williams, Lethal Tender (also known as Deadly Currents), Republic, 1997. Host, Destination X, 1997. Mr. Samuels, Airborne, Alliance Atlantis Communications, 1998. Barrett, On the Line, Miramax, 2001.

FREEMAN, Crispin 1972PERSONAL Born February 9, 1972, in Chicago, IL. Education: Williams College, B.A., theatre, 1994; Columbia University, M.F.A., acting, 1997. Avocational Interests: Sound design, radio theatre, computers. Addresses: Contact—c/o 1223 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 254, Santa Monica, CA 90403. Career: Actor, voice artist, and writer. Also worked on a ranch in Montana.

Television Appearances; Series: Merlino, Catwalk, syndicated, 1992, MTV, 1994. Voice of Grandpa Hino, Sa/7or Moon (animated; also known as English Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon S, and Sailor Moon Super S), syndicated, 1995-2000. Dr. Ballenger, Doc, PAX TV, 2001—.

Television Appearances; Series: English voice of Shougo Amakusa, Rurouni Kenshin (anime), 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Second reporter, Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story, Fox, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared as a servant in an episode of The Guiding Light, CBS.

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Stage Appearances: Young Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, c. 1998. A View from the Bridge, Broadway production, c. 1998. Emperor Altoum, Princess Turandot, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, and Blue Light Theatre Company, McGinn/Cazale Theatre, New York City, 2000. Title role, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Cosmo Warrior Zero; voice of Koji Minamoto, Digimon and Digimon Frontier; voice of Campanella, Galactic Railroad; voice of Dante and additional voices, Geobreeders; voices of doctors, Grave of the Fireflies; voices of Captain Tylor and Justy Ueki Tylor, Irresponsible Captain Tylor (also known as Musekinin Kanchou Tylor), Right Stuf; voice of galactic emperor and additional voices, Photon, Central Park Media; voices of Grassrunner Maar, Spark, Gabera, Garrack, and Grober, Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic King (also known as Record of Lodoss Wars: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight and Lodoss to Senki: Eiyuu kishi den), U.S. Manga Corp.; voices of Touga Kiryuu and Dios, Revolutionary Girl Utena (also known as Girl Revolutionary Utena, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Rose Collection, and Shojo kakumei Utena), Central Park Media; voice of Taishakuten, RG Veda, Clamp Studio; voice of Kagetsu and additional voices, Shamanic Princess, Central Park Media; voices of Zelgadis, Graywords, Prince Hallas, and Actor A, Slayers, Software Sculptors; voice of Zelgadis, Slayers Next, Software Sculptors; voice performer and ADR director for Space Travellers, Media Blasters; voices of Touga Kiryuu and other characters, Utena; voices of Mao Sakusaka and news announcer, and additional voices, The Virgin Fleet; and voices of Kakyou Kuzuki and Fuma, X TV. Many of these videos were originally broadcast in Japanese as television series.

Appeared as Billy Bitzer, American Silents, Raw Space Theatre, New York City; as Dionysus, The Bacchae, Williamstown Theatre Festival; as Walt Whitman, Coelacanth, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City; as Harvey Berman, Common Infractions, Gross Injustices, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA; as first G-man, Dead End, Williamstown Theatre Festival; as Mack, Dead Reckoning, Cherry Lane Theatre; as singer and dancer, The Golden Bird, La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, New York City; as Simon Bliss, Hay Fever, Alley Theatre; as Thomas Jefferson, House Arrest, American Repertory Theatre and Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; as Chronicle reporter, Johnny on the Spot, Williamstown Theatre Festival; as priest, Machinal, Two River Theatre Company; as Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare on the Sound Theatre; as Tybalt and the nurse, Shakespeare's R & J, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; as Kevin, To Whom It May Concern, BITEF; and as Hans, Trojan Women: A Love Story, En Garde Arts Theatre, New York City.

WRITINGS Television Series: Writer of English scripts for the anime series Pokemon (also known as Rocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), The WB and syndicated.

RECORDINGS Anime Videos: English voice of Zelgadis and additional voices, Slayers Try, Software Sculptors, 1997. English voice of first host, Assemble Insert, Right Stuf, 2001. English voice of Manticore, Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), Right Stuf, 2001. English voice of Tabool, Now and Then, Here and There (also known as Ima, soko ni iru boku), Central Park Media, 2001. English voices of Hibiki Amawa and Seiko's father, and director of automated dialogue replacement (ADR), / My Me! Strawberry Eggs, Pioneer Entertainment, 2002. English voice of Alucard, Hellsing, Pioneer Entertainment, 2002.

English Scripts for Anime Videos: Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), Right Stuf, 2001. His and Her Circumstances, Right Stuf, 2002. Other writings include Galactic Railroad and Space Travellers, Media Blasters. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Animerica, January, 1999. Electronic: Crispin Freeman, http://home.earthlink.net/~crispin, September 23, 2002.

English voices of Kira and Rosiel, Angel Sanctuary, Central Park Media; voice of Zander, Battle Force: Andromeda, Dark Nova Entertainment; voice of Zero,

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PERSONAL Born April 30, 1975, in Bree, Belgium; son of Mary Lou Galecki (a mortgage consultant); father, a rehabilitation teacher and Air Force military personnel. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Industry Entertainment, 955 S. Carrillo Dr., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Publicist—I/D PR, 3859 Cardiff Ave., 2nd Floor, Culver City, CA 90232.

Television Appearances; Series: Danny Nash, American Dreamer, NBC, 1990. David Healy, Roseanne, ABC, 1991-1997. David, Billy, ABC, 1992.

Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Movies: Eric, In Defense of a Married Man, ABC, 1990. Tim Seavers, Backfield in Motion, ABC, 1991. Daniel Hannigan, A Family Torn Apart (also known as Sudden Fury: A Family Torn Apart), NBC, 1993. Marty, Without Consent (also known as Tell Laura I Love Her and Trapped and Deceived), ABC, 1994. Teddy McNair, Murder at My Door, Fox, 1996.

Awards, Honors: Joseph Jefferson citation, c. 1986, for The Member of the Wedding; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor starring in a television series, 1992, for American Dreamer; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor recurring in a television series, 1993, Young Artist Award, best youth comedian, 1994, Young Artist Award nomination, best performance: young actor in a TV comedy series, 1995, all for Roseanne.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Doug Rule, Murder Ordained, CBS, 1987. John Marshall, Blind Faith, NBC, 1990.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Toby Reardon, A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Billy Quinn, Prancer, Orion, 1989. Russell "Rusty" Griswold, Christmas Vacation (also known as National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and National Lampoon's Winter Holiday), Warner Bros., 1989.

Television Appearances; Specials: Matt Kowalski, Time Out for Dad, NBC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Hunt for Honus Wagner," Hardball, NBC, 1990. Jason, "Sex, Lies and Teenagers," Blossom, NBC, 1991. Student accused of cheating, Civil Wars, ABC, 1993. 109

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Vicki Appleby, a recurring role, Freaks and Geeks, NBC, 2000. Cheyenne Hart-Montgomery, Reba, The WB, 2001—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Julie Shepard, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Fiddler on the Roof; Pippin; Galileo, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL; ER Emergency Room; Larger Than Life; as John Henry, The Member of the Wedding.

Television Appearances; Movies: Susie, Love's Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder (also known as Swearing Allegiance), NBC, 1997. Joyce Cass, Holy Joe (also known as Man of Miracles), CBS, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Girl, "Obituary for a Super Hero," Superboy (also known as The Adventures of Superboy), syndicated, 1991. Fiona, "Take My Advice ... Please," Clarissa Explains It All, Nickelodeon, 1992. Iris, "Playtime," seaQuest D5V(also known as seaQuest 2032), NBC, 1994. Chelsea, "We're Going to Disney World: Parts 1 & 2," Step by Step, ABC, 1996. Katherine Ortega, "Dreamboat," Second Noah, ABC, 1996. Katherine Ortega, "The Rendezvous," Second Noah, ABC, 1996. Katherine, "Heart Matters," Second Noah, ABC, 1997. Tracey, Dawson's Creek, The WB, 1998. April, Family Law, CBS, 1999. Cadet Susan, "Glory Days," C15: The New Professionals, SKY TV, 1999. Gillian, "Heaven Can Wait," Providence, NBC, 1999. Leah Chandler, "Lucky 13," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1999. Cassie Schreiber, "The Homosexual Episode," The Opposite Sex, Fox, 2000. Sally Mueller, "Assassins," Freedom, UPN, 2000. Susan Potter, "Chapter Four," Boston Public, Fox, 2000. Amanda, "Go P.D.A.," Go Fish, NBC, 2001. Jennifer, "I Know Why the Caged Rhino Sings," Going to California, Showtime, 2001. Ramona, "Let's Meet Mike and Euan," Off Centre, The WB, 2001.

Music Videos: Appeared in Dave Matthews Band's "Satellite" and in a video for Bob Segar & the Silver Bullet Band. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Straight Talk, April 3, 1998.

GARCIA, Joanna 1979PERSONAL Born August 10, 1979, in Tampa, FL; daughter of Jay (a gynecologist and obstetrician) and Loraine (a homemaker) Garcia. Education: Attended Florida State University. Addresses: Agent—Gold/Marshak/Liedtke and Associates, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA 91505. Manager—Steven Fenton, Career Management Corporation, 1850 Sawtelle Blvd., Suite 450, Santa Monica, CA 90025. Career: Actress. Volunteer teacher of English as a second language to preschool-age children.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, The WB Sneak Peek Special, The WB, 2001.

Member: Delta Delta Delta. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lenore, DAG (original pilot), NBC, c. 2000.

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Television Appearances; Series: Sam, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Nickelodeon, 1994-1996. Hallie, a recurring role, Party of Five, Fox, 1998. 110

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GEMIGNANI Dorothy, Goldie and the Bears, ABC, 1985. Voice of Marta Mia, Foe Paws (animated), The Cartoon Network, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Front Row Country, November/December, 1991. People Weekly, February 11, 2002, p. 66. St. Petersburg Times, February 1, 2002. TV Guide, March 29, 2002, pp. 38-39.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Alice, "Lou's Place," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1973. Joan Rossi, "Emily in for Carol," The Bob NewhartShow, CBS, 1974. Joan Rossi, "Oh, Brother," The Bob NewhartShow, CBS, 1974. Joan Rossi, "We Love You ... Good-bye," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1974. Emily Bates, "George and the Manager," The Jeffersons, CBS, 1975. Katrina Patropolous, "The Forgotten Room," Kojak, CBS, 1976. Doctor, "Count Your Blessings," Diff''rent Strokes, NBC, 1981. Mrs. Craig, "The Big Heist," Different Strokes, NBC, 1981. Evelyn, "Help from Home," The Facts of Life, NBC, 1983. Mrs. Valenti, "Coming of Age," Diffrent Strokes, NBC, 1983. "A Death in the Family," Mickey Spi Ilane's Mike Hammer, CBS, 1984. Angelina, "Grace Note," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. "Once upon a Mattress," 5t. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986. Emily, "Poltergeist III—Dipesto Nothing," Moonlighting, ABC, 1987. Irene Cochran, "The Return of Grandma," Full House, ABC, 1987. Mrs. Palersky, "A Child Is Born," Hunter, NBC, 1987. "The Traveler," Paradise, CBS, 1989. Carla Styles, "111 Dance at Your Wedding," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1990. Carla Styles, "Daddy's Home," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1991. Mrs. Kaminsky, "The Last Immigrant," Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1992. Woman with Elaine, "The Subway," Seinfeld, NBC, 1992. Mama Torzini, "Stakeout at Surfrider Beach," Baywatch, syndicated, 1993. Yelena, "One Riot, One Ranger," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1993. Miss Jacobs, Charlie Grace, ABC, 1995. Mrs. Costello, "Love Thy Neighbor," Life with Roger, The WB, 1996. Mrs. Potter, "The One with the Ballroom Dancing," Friends, NBC, 1997. Gail, "Caroline and the Little White Lies," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1998. Laraine Verma, "Honor Thy Jack," The Closer, CBS, 1998.

GEMIGNANI, Rhoda 1940PERSONAL Born 1940, in Philadelphia, PA; sister of Martin Cohan (a director, producer, and writer). Addresses: Agent—Cunningham, Escott & Dipene, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 130, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Aunt Grace, General Hospital, ABC, 1994. Mrs. Trakas, Local Heroes, Fox, 1996. Rhoda/Dolores DiMauro, Just Shoot Me, NBC, 1999-2000. Appeared as Mrs. Rossini, Who's the Boss?, ABC; as Pearl Frischetti, The Great Defender, Fox; and as Ruby DeMattis, Family Album, NBC. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Momma, NetForce (also known as Tom Clancy's Netforce), ABC, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Mary Grasso, The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal, NBC, 1979. Mama, Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife, NBC, 1987. Television producer, Rock Hudson, ABC, 1990. Pasquelina Marchegiano, Rocky Marciano, Showtime, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Panic in Echo Park, NBC, 1977. Louise Theodakis, Farrell for the People, NBC, 1982. Sylvie, Concrete Beat, ABC, 1984.

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Film Appearances: Russian ticket taker, Die Laughing, Orion, 1980. Real estate woman, Ghostbusters, Columbia, 1984. Radio operator, Three Fugitives, Buena Vista, 1989. Aunt Betty, Carlo's Wake, Four Starz Productions, 1999. Costanza, The Man Who Wasn't There, USA Films, 2001. RECORDINGS Videos: Mrs. Clay, Andrew Dice Clay Live! The Diceman Cometh, International Video Entertainment, 1989.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Christian Harrison, "I Do, I Do," Wonder Woman, CBS, 1977. "Atomic Bomb," Barney Miller, ABC, 1977. Walter Alberts, "The Scapegoat," Barnaby Jones, 1978. Jim Callet, Ryan's Hope, ABC, 1978. William Simmons, "The First Day," The Associates, ABC, 1979. Lee Tripper, "Lee Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," Three's Company, ABC, 1980. "Coastal Disturbances," The Cavanaughs, 1988. Bob Wilkes, "Bob & Murphy & Ted & Avery," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1990. Roy Buchanan, "The Heart of the Matter," The Five Mrs. Buchanans, CBS, 1995. Roy Buchanan, "Becoming a Buchanan," The Five Mrs. Buchanans, CBS, 1995. Jonas Cole, "Murder in High C," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Kyle Kimball, "Race to Death," Murder, She Wrote,

Born October 15, 1947, in Davenport, IA; married Grace McKeaney (a playwright and scriptwriter); children: Kate. Education: Attended University of Iowa, until 1969, and University of Puget Sound; studied at American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA. Career: Actor. Napa Valley Theatre Company, producer, director, actor, and songwriter; University of Iowa, cofounder of Center for New Performing Arts, prior to 1969. Also worked at a winery in Napa Valley, CA.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Neil Johnson, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1974-1975. Dr. Daniel Gentry, Rafferty, CBS, 1977. Geoff Bennett, Suzanne Pleshette Is Maggie Briggs, CBS, 1984. Detective Malcolm MacGruder, MacGruder and Loud, ABC, 1985. Deputy Superintendent Ned Sheffield, Mariah, ABC, 1987. Dr. Arthur "Art" Day, Maggie, CBS, 1988. Les McDowell, a recurring role, Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1995-1996.

CBS, 1996. Karl Hansen, "The Poor Pitiful Put-upon Singer Episode," Mr. & Mrs. Smith, CBS, 1996. Admiral Spencer, "Psychic Warrior," JAG, CBS, 1999. Dr. Sullivan, "Mother & Child," Providence, NBC, 2000. Richard Zeigler, "Sex, Lies, and Larvae," C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 2000. Wendell Rapke, "Indian Summer," The Guardian, CBS, 2001.

Appeared as Greg, Crossroads; and as Jack Doolan, Phenom.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: John Campbell, Loose Change, NBC, 1978. Stewart, A Woman Called Moses, NBC, 1978.

Television Appearances; Movies: Attendant, Killer Bees, ABC, 1974. Professor Ted Arnold, Kent State, NBC, 1981.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Lester Dederow, Rivkin: Bounty Hunter, CBS, 1981. Mickey Thompson, Concrete Beat, ABC, 1984.

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Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Davien Littlefield, Davien Littlefield Management, 939 Eighth St., Suite 609, New York, NY 10019.

Television Appearances; Specials: Thomas Sanders, / Want to Go Home, ABC, 1985. Film Appearances: Haenchen, Warm in the Bud, Filmmakers Distribution Center, 1969. The Happy Hooker, 1975. The Sentinel, 1977. Buddy, Tattoo, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Ray Davis, Thief of Hearts, Paramount, 1984. Ray, Blood Simple, Circle Films, 1985, re-released, USA Films, 2001. Stathis Borans, The Fly, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Stathis Borans, The Fly II, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Marine major in Vietnam, Born on the Fourth of July, Universal, 1989. Maxwell Rotterdam III, Men at Work, Metro-GoldwynMayer/Triumph Releasing, 1990. Gus Brandon, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, Warner Bros., 1991. Walker McCormick, Curly Sue, Warner Bros., 1991. Franklin Hewitt, Fortunes of War, New Moon Productions, 1993. Eddie, Playmaker, Orion, 1994. Jerry Chamberlain, A Passion to Kill (also known as Rules of Obsession), A-pix Entertainment, 1994. Sheriff Gil Acuff, Painted Hero (also known as Shadow of the Past), Legacy Releasing, 1996. Police officer, Mojave Moon, Trimark Pictures, 1996. Claire's father, Some Girl (also known as Girl Talk and Men), Scanbox Entertainment, 1998. Party animal, Requiem for a Dream (also known as Delusion over Addiction), Artisan Entertainment, 2000. Mr. Kirtland, Held for Ransom, Cutting Edge Entertainment, 2000.

Career: Actress.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Coco Hernandez, Fame, 1982-1983. Angel Brown, Profiler, NBC, 1996-1999. Adele Newman, a recurring role, ER, NBC, 1997—. Television Appearances; Movies: Kathy, Case Closed (also known as Death by Diamonds), 1988. Officer Hudson, The Price of Love, Fox, 1995. Cassie Moore, Santa and Pete, CBS, 1999. Toni Powell, Intimate Betrayal, Black Entertainment Television, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: The Kids from Fame, 1983. Wendy, Women & Wallace, PBS, 1990. Herself, Heart-throbs of the 80s, 2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Semiramis, North and South, 1985. Semiramis, North and South II, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Coco Hernandez, "Coco Returns/' Fame, 1985. Shelley, "Original Sin," Spenser: For Hire, 1985. "Waterworks," The Cosby Show, 1988. Templeton, "Breeder," Law & Order, 1994. Sydney Jessup, "Tough Love," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1994. Melinda, "The Smoking Section," New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Cailyn, "Walkabout," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1996. Ella's lawyer, "The Real Terrorist," The District, CBS, 2000. Ella's lawyer, "How They Lived," The District, CBS, 2000. Agent Suzanne Duff, "To Serve and Protect," Roswell, UPN, 2001. Agent Suzanne Duff, "We Are Family," Roswell, UPN, 2001. Agent Suzanne Duff, "Disturbing Behavior," Roswell, UPN, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Vincentio, Measure for Measure, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1985. Marc, second man, and Consul Sharpless, M. Butterfly, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1988. Orgon, Tartuffe, La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA, 2002.

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Agent Suzanne Duff, "How the Other Half Lives," Roswell, UPN, 2001. Sydney, "The Last Chapter," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2002.

Career: Actor. KING-TV 5, Seattle, WA, feature news reporter, 1998—. Also appeared in commercials.

Also appeared in an episode of The Big Easy, USA Network. Television Work; Series: Singer of theme song, Fame, 1982-1983.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: David Bradford, Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977-1981. Chris Deegan, Dynasty, ABC, 1983. Jordy Clegg, Capitol, CBS, 1984. Dr. Coleman, Rituals, syndicated, 1985. James "Woody" Woodward, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1985-1986. Richard "Rick" Pederson, a recurring role, Northern Exposure, CBS, 1990-1991. Host and narrator, Love Stories of the Holy Land, Inspirational Network, 1998. Host, Northwest Backroads, KING (Seattle, WA), 1998—. Host, If These Walls Could Talk, Home and Garden Television, 2002.

Film Appearances: Dr. Shute, King of New York, 1990. Dale Martinez, Penny Ante: The Motion Picture (also known as Penny Ante), 1990. Woman with Randolph, Homicide, Triumph Releasing, 1991. Nina, Undertow, Capstone, 1991. Irate woman, Amateur, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994. Jackie, The Fence, 1994. Doreen Cole, Smoke (also known as Smoke—Raucher unter Sicti), Miramax, 1995. Nurse, Flirt, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. Modine, Tuesday Morning Ride, Chanticleer Films, 1995. Miss William, Sticks and Stones, Hallmark Home Entertainment, 1996. Kareen, Touch Me, 1997, Devin Entertainment, 1998. Judy, No Such Thing, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 2001. Newscaster, Imposter, Dimension Films, 2002.

Also host of Evening Magazine, [Seattle], Inspiration TV, PAX, and Solid Gold Hits, syndicated.

Stage Appearances: Nelly, Each Day Dies with Sleep, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1990. Glory Bee, States of Shock, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1991. Moon, Homo Sapien Shuffle, Susan Stein Shiva Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1992.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jeff Burgess, A Last Cry for Help, ABC, 1979. Sonny Munn, Hot Rod (also known as Rebel of the Road), ABC, 1979. Neal Brockmeyer, Pigs vs. Freaks (also known as Off Sides), ABC, 1984. David Bradford, Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion, NBC, 1987. Mother's Day (also known as Lethal Error and Vindicated: A Mother's War), Fox, 1989. David Bradford, An Eight Is Enough Wedding, NBC, 1989. Doug, I'll Take Romance (also known as She'll Take Romance), ABC, 1990. Russ, Something to Sing About, syndicated, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, October 22, 2001, p. 102.

GOODEVE, Grant 1952Television Appearances; Specials: The Celebrity Football Classic, NBC, 1979. ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars VIII, ABC, 1980. Presenter, The 22nd Annual Dove Awards, The Nashville Network, 1991. Eight Is Enough: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2000.

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GRAHAM Television Work; Series: Singer of title song, Eight Is Enough, ABC. Film Appearances: Jack Benson, All the King's Horses, Mark IV Productions, 1977. Natalie's Department of Motor Vehicles examiner, License to Drive, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Barry Griffith and Frank Bentley, Take Two, 1988.

Host of America: One Nation. Television Appearances; Pilots: Soldier, Law of the Land (also known as The Deputies), NBC, 1976. Lennie Allman, People Like Us, NBC, 1976. Richard "Rick" Pederson, Northern Exposure, CBS,

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1990. Albums: (Contributor) Bob Rivers, I Am Santa Claus, 1993. The Wonder of It All, 1996.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Larry, "Above and Beyond ... Nearly," Emergency!, NBC, 1976. "Saturday Night," Gibbsville, 1976. Dave, "The Man Who Loved Women/A Different Girl/ Oh, My Aching Brother," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. "Goose for the Gander/Stuntman," Fantasy Island, ABC,

Also contributor to More Twisted Xmas by Bob Rivers. Videos: Reggie, The Singing Place: Everyone Needs a Little Love, Sparrow Records, 1995. Reggie, The Singing Place: Thankful for Everything, Sparrow Records, 1995. Host, The Fire below Us, Global Net Productions,

1979. Aloha Paradise, ABC, 1981. Bud, "Farnsworth's Fling/Three in a Bed/I Remember Helen/Merrill, Melanie & Melanesia/Gopher Farnsworth Smith: Parts 1 & 2," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Steve Lambert, "Who's There?," Darkroom, ABC, 1982. "My Friend, the Executrix/Programmed for Love/Baby Talk," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Officer Roper, "Blue Murder," T. J. Hooked, ABC, 1983. Hunter Richter, "The Last DogFight," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1984. Jack Kowalski, "Lovers and Other Killers," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Stuart Scranton, "A Gift," Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1984. Brad "Giff" Gifford, The Adventures of McGee and Me (also known as McGee and Me), 1986. Kevin Bromley, "Enemies Within," Hotel, ABC, 1986. Larry Gaynes, "Dead Man's Gold," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Chris Deegan, Dynasty, ABC, 1987. Ben Skyler, "A Very Good Year for Murder," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Captain Jack Smith, "Monkey Business," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2002. Captain Jack Smith, "Monkey Business Deux," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2002.

c. 1995. Also appears as host on the videos Authenticity of the Bible: Proving the Bible through Archaeology, The Birth of a King Christmas Special, Jesus Freaks, Pardon for the Worst Sinners, They Sold Their Souls for Rock n' Roll, and What Manner of Love Is This? OTHER SOURCES Electronic: King TV, http://www.king5.com, October 10, 2002. People Just like Us—Christian Role Models, http:// www.peoplejustlikeus.org, October 10, 2002.

GRAHAM, Gerrit1949(Bud T. Chud, Gerritt Graham) PERSONAL Born November 27, 1949, in New York, NY. Education: Attended Columbia University.

Guest panelist on The Hollywood Squares, NBC; appeared as an attorney in an episode of Trial by Jury, syndicated.

Career: Actor and writer. Woodstalkers & Bearsvillains (resident improv troupe), Bearsville Theatre, Woodstock, NY, director; previously a member of Paul Sills' Story Theatre ensemble, Chicago, IL; appeared with Second City, Chicago, IL.

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Stanley Hoyle, Big Man on Campus (also known as The Hunchback Hairball of L.A.), Vestron Video, 1989. Stan Garrett, Martians Go Home, Taurus Entertainment, 1990. Phil Simpson, Child's Play 2, MCA/Universal, 1990. (As Bud T. Chud) Lieutenant France, Night of the Cyclone (also known as Perfume of the Cyclone), 1990. Lewis Crandall, Frozen Assets, RKO Pictures, 1992. Mapes, Sidekicks, Triumph Releasing Corp., 1992. Mr. Howard, This Bo/s Life, Warner Bros., 1993. Dr. William Mailer/Friedrich Mahler, Philadelphia Experiment II, Trimark Pictures, 1993. Dr. Sam Helburn, My Girl 2, Columbia, 1994. Circle of Fate, Round Rock Productions, 1994. Bill Cowens, The Break, Trimark Pictures, 1995. Bloom, Magic in the Mirror: Fowl Play, 1996. Mr. Vogel, Demolition High, New City Releasing, 1996. Voice, Bruno the Kid: The Animated Movie (animated), 1996. Oliver Most, One True Thing, MCA/Universal, 1998.

Film Appearances: Lloyd Clay, Greetings, Sigma III Corp., 1968. Gerrit Wood, Hi, Mom! (also known as Blue Manhattan, Confessions of a Peeping John, and Son of Greetings), Sigma III Corp., 1970. Joe (ape-suited party guest), Beware! The Blob (also known as Beware of the Blob, Son of Blob, and Son of the Blob), Jack H. Harris Enterprises, 1972. Beef, Phantom of the Paradise (also known as Phantom and Phantom of the Fill more), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1974. Perman Waters, Cannonball (also known as Carquake), New World Pictures, 1976. Swivot, Special Delivery (also known as Dangerous Break), American International Pictures, 1976. Freddie, Tunnel Vision (also known as Tunnelvision), Media Home Entertainment, 1976. Magic Ray, Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw, American International Pictures, 1976. Walter Gabler, Demon Seed (also known as Proteus Generation), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1977. Highpockets, Pretty Baby, Paramount, 1978. Sam the Fisherman, Old Boyfriends, AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1979. James Byrd, Home Movies (also known as The Maestro), United Artists Classics, 1979. Jeff, Used Cars, Columbia, 1980. Rodzinski, The Creature That Wasn't Nice (also known as Naked Space and Spaceship), Almi Pictures, 1981. Brian, Soup for One, Warner Bros., 1982. Bob Spinnaker, Class Reunion (also known as National Lampoon's Class Reunion), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Jeremy, New Magic, 1983. (In archive footage) Beef, 'The Phantom of the Paradise/' Terror in the Aisles (also known as Time for Terror), Universal, 1984. Carson, The Man with One Red Shoe, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Ray Track, The Annihilators (also known as Action Force), New World Pictures, 1985. Technician Nessler, Chopping Mall (also known as Killbots), Concorde, 1986. Band of the Hand, TriStar, 1986. Billy Morrison, Ratboy, Warner Bros., 1986. Stanley Putterman, TerrorVision, Empire Pictures, 1986. Curt, Last Resort (also known as She Knew No Other Way), Concorde, 1986. Ralston, It's Alive III: Island of the Alive (also known as Island of the Alive), Warner Bros., 1987. Norvell Walker, Walker, Universal, 1987. Ace, Police Academy 6: City under Siege, Warner Bros., 1989. Title role, C.H.U.D. II—Bud the Chud, Vestron Pictures,

Film Work: Additional voices, The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1989. Television Appearances; Series: Leonard, Stockard Channing in Just Friends, CBS, 1979. Dr. Pankow, Parker Lewis Can't Lose (also known as Parker Lewis), Fox, 1990-1991. Voice of Cat R. Waul, Fievel's American Tails (animated), CBS, 1991. Voice of Franklin Sherman, The Critic (animated), ABC, 1994, then Fox, 1995. Roger Bender, Now and Again, CBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Earl Gates, Strange Homecoming, NBC, 1974. Calvin McCoy, The Hatfields and the McCoys, ABC, 1975. Daniel, Strange New World, ABC, 1975. Curley, Black Bart, 1975. Carver Blackwood, Dynasty (also known as The Americans and James A. Michener's Dynasty), NBC, 1976. Parker Braithwaite, The Ratings Game (also known as The Mogul), TMC, 1984. Charlie, Tonight's the Night (also known as The Came of Love), ABC, 1987. Phillips, Love Matters, Showtime, 1993. Lipsky, Shake, Rattle, and Rock!, Showtime, 1994. Mark, Sr., Family Reunion: A Relative Nightmare, ABC, 1995. Satan, Favorite Deadly Sins (also known as National Lampoon's Deadly Sins), Showtime, 1995.

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(As Gerritt Graham) Arthur, The Wasp Woman (also known as Forbidden Beauty and Roger Gorman Presents The Wasp Woman), Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. Warren Whitcomb, The Love Letter, CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dr. Vlnton, Street Killing, ABC, 1976. Mike Stevenson, Gang of Four, ABC, 1989. Jordan Detweller, Camp California, ABC, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Prelude to Vengeance," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. Charles Dillon, "Accounts Balanced," Harry O, ABC, 1974. "The Right to Die," Medical Story, NBC, 1975. "The Five and a Half Pound Junkie," Baretta, 1975. Nickolas John Manning, "Nightmare," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976. "A Duck Is a Duck," Dog and Cat, ABC, 1977. Cliff Yancy, "The Mad Mad Bomber: Parts 1 & 2," Future Cop, 1977. Nathan, "The Dance Studio," Laverne & Shirley, ABC, 1978. Brother Stephen, "Children of Jamestown," TheA-Team, NBC, 1983. Jerry Singer, "Watch Out!," Whiz Kids, CBS, 1984. Griffin St. George, "Welcome to Winfield," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. Phil Krawcheck, "Greg Belts," Sidekicks, ABC, 1986. "Cold War," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987. Phil Krawcheck, "Kicked Upstairs," Sidekicks, ABC, 1987. Calvin Teal, "The Cows of October," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Calvin Teal, "Vote of Confidence," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. "The Family in Question," My Two Dads, 1988. Fred Hughes, "The Call of the Wild," Dallas, 1988. Fred Hughes, "Road Work," Dallas, 1988. Fred Hughes, "War and Love and the Whole Damned Thing," Dallas, 1988. Fred Hughes, "Showdown at the Ewing Corral," Dallas, 1988. Fred Hughes, "Deception," Dallas, 1989. Fred Hughes, "Counter Attack," Dallas, 1989. Theodore Carne, "The Man Who Was Death," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1989. J. D. Marcus, "Ten-Cent Hero," The Young Riders, ABC, 1989. Captain Soubra, "The Gift," China Beach, ABC, 1990. "My Dad Can Beat Up Your BMW," Parenthood, 1990. Dr. Tucker, "Courage," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1991. "Pure Gold," Reasonable Doubts, NBC, 1991. Henry Krum, "Bedroom at the Top," A Different World, NBC, 1992. "Below the Beltway," Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Landlord, "The Oddest Couple," Family Matters, ABC, 1992.

Also appeared as Mr. Wacky, "Mr. Wacky's World," Fame, syndicated; voices of guard and Milo, "16," The Tick (animated); Gary, Dear John; Cliff Buttram, Sugar and Spice; Dr. Gus Rivers, Stat; Billy Burrows, Likely Suspects; in Sweet Justice. Television Work; Series: Researcher, Pop-Up Video, 1996. Stage Appearances: Lucky Eric, Bouncers, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 1987. Communicating Doors, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1998-1999. Also appeared in Sill & Co., off-Broadway production; My Good Name, Sag Harbor; Comedians, Blade to the Heat, Mizlansky/Zilinsky, Steambath, and Chicago, all Los Angeles productions.

WRITINGS Film Writing: Additional story material, Oliver & Company, Buena Vista, 1988. Additional dialogue and liner notes, The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1989. Animation screenplay, The Prince & The Pauper (animated), Buena Vista, 1990. Television Episodes: (With Chris Hubbell) "Opening Day," Twilight Zone, 1985. (With Hubbell) "Still Life," Twilight Zone, 1986. 117

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Joan, "The Time She Got Mobbed," Time of Your Life, Fox, 1999. Joan, "The Time the Truth Was Told," Time of Your Life, Fox, 1999. Joan, "The Time They Had Not," Time of Your Life, Fox, 1999. Abby, "One Hundred" (also known as "Eric's Birthday"), 7th Heaven, The WB, 2001.

Song Lyrics:

Wrote Grateful Dead's 'Victim or the Crime/'

GRANT, Faye 1957PERSONAL

Also appeared as Daphney Camber in an episode of The Wright Verdicts.

Original name, Faye Elizabeth Yoe; born July 16, 1957, in St. Clair Shores, Ml; father, a police officer; married second husband, Stephen Collins (an actor), April 21, 1985; children: Kate. Education: Studied opera in New York City.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Tina, Homeroom, ABC, 1981. Mary Murphy, Voyagers!, NBC, 1982.

Addresses: Office—Warehouse Decor, 1715A Berkeley, Santa Monica, CA. Contact—c/o B & B Entertainment, 1640 South Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 530, Los Angeles, CA 90025-7510.

Television Appearances; Other: Lana Williams, Private Eye, 1987. Herself, The Omen Legacy (special), AMC, 2001.

Career: Actress. Worked as a model in Mexico; appeared in commercials. Warehouse Decor, Santa Monica, CA, partner; also worked as employment agent and restaurant hostess.

Film Appearances: Voyager from the Unknown, MCA Home Video, 1982. Joanna Morgan, Foxfire Light, Ramblin' Film, 1983. Candyce, Crossing Delancey, Warner Bros., 1988. Alison Hawkins, January Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1989. Penny Stretch, Internal Affairs, Paramount, 1990.

CREDITS

Charleen, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag, Buena Vista, 1992.

Television Appearances; Series: Rhonda Blake (some sources cite Rhonda Harris), The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981-1983. Dr. Juliet Parrish, V, NBC, 1984. Tattie McKee, State of Grace, Fox, 2001.

Beth Frayn, Traces of Red, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1992. Zina, Vibrations (also known as Cyberstorm), Dimension Films, 1995. Mrs. Maris, Drive Me Crazy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Rita Annunciata, Manna from Heaven, R.S. Entertainment, 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Dr. Juliet Parrish, V (also known as V: The Original Mini Series), NBC, 1983. Dr. Juliet Parrish, V: The Final Battle, NBC, 1984.

Stage Appearances: Lina Lamont, Singin' in the Rain, Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 1985-1986. Corrinna Stroller, The House of Blue Leaves, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1986-1987.

Television Appearances; Movies: Denise, Senior Trip, CBS, 1981.

Karen York, Omen IV: The Awakening, Fox, 1991. Stephanie Hodges Aiken, On Seventh Avenue, NBC, 1996. Lillian Kempler, Unwed Father, ABC, 1997.

Also appeared in The Rover, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Christy, "Slaves," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1982. Genevieve LaBatier, "Last Chance Louie," Tales of the Gold Monkey, ABC, 1983. Barbara Johnson, "Rolling Thunder," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1983. Janet, "Spoiled," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. Abby Morris, "What Will People Say?," 7th Heaven, The WB, 1996.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Starlog, May, 1984, p. 42. TV Guide, May 5, 1984, p. 13.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Brian Granveldt) Voice of captain, Majutsushi Orphen Mubouhen (animated; also known as Sorcerous Stabber Orphen), 1998.

GREENFIELD, Matt (Brian Granveildt, Brian Granveldt)

Also appeared in Fire Emblem (animated).

PERSONAL

Television Work; Series: (English dub; as Brian Granveldt) Additional voices, Blue Seed (animated), 1994. (As Brian Granveldt; English dub) Producer and additional voices, Ruin Explorers (animated), 1995. Additional voices, Generator Gawl (animated), 1998. (As Brian Granveldt; English dub) Producer and additional voices, Gasaraki (animated), 1998. Automated dialogue replacement director, producer, and additional voices, Princess Nine (animated), 2001.

Addresses: Office—A.D. Vision, Inc., 5750 Bintliff, #216, Houston, TX 77036. Career: Actor, voice-over artist, producer, writer, and director. ADV Films, cofounder, 1992. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Brian Granveldt) Voice of Holligan 4, Slayers: The Motion Picture (animated), 1995.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (English dub) Golden Boy: Sasurai no o-benkyo yaro (animated; also known as Golden Boy and Yuka ni makase), ADV Films, 1995.

Film Work: Producer, Teito taisen (animated; also known as Battle in the Capital and Tokyo: The Last Megapolis), ADV Films, 1989. (As Brian Granveldt) Additional voices, Dirty Flash Pair (animated), 1994. (U.S. dubbed version) Director and producer, Camera daikaiju kuchu kessen (animated; also known as Camera: Giant Monster Midair Showdown and Camera: The Guardian of the Universe), ADV Films, 1995. (English dub) Producer, Golden Boy: Sasurai no o-benkyo yarn (animated; also known as Golden Boy and Yuka ni makase), ADV Films, 1995. Additional voices, Slayers: The Motion Picture (animated), 1995. (As Brian Granveldt) Additional voices, Kimagure Orange Road Summer's Beginning (animated), 1996, Mission 1 (animated), 1998. Director, Mission 2 (animated), 1999. Director, Mission 3 (animated), 2000. Automated dialogue replacement director, Spriggan (animated), 2002.

Film Writing: (U.S. dubbed version) Dialogue writer, Camera daikaiju kuchu kessen (animated; also known as Camera: Giant Monster Midair Showdown and Camera: The Guardian of the Universe), ADV Films, 1995. Television Episodes: (English dubbing) Shin seiki evangelion (animated), 1995. Also wrote Blue Seed (animated). Television Writing; Automated Dialogue Replacement Script: (English dub) Ruin Explorers (animated), 1995.

Television Appearances; Series: (English dub; as Brian Granveldt) Voice of Shunichi Sugishita, Blue Seed (animated), 1994. (As Brian Granveildt) Voice of Makoto Hyuga, Shin seiki evangelion (animated), 1995.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Film and Video Magazine, February 2, 2001.

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HALL, Deidre 1947PERSONAL Full name, Deidre Ann Hall; born October 31, 1947, in Milwaukee, Wl; raised in Lake Worth, FL; daughter of John (a postal worker) and Jean (a high school secretary) Hall; twin sister of Andrea Hall Gengler (an actress); married Keith Barbour (a singer and songwriter), c. 1970 (divorced, 1977); married Michael Dubelko (a television executive), October 17, 1987 (divorced, 1989); married Steve Sohmer (a novelist, producer, and television network executive), December 31, 1991; children: (third marriage; through a surrogate mother) David Atticus, Tully Chapin. Education: Attended Palm Beach Junior College and Los Angeles Community College (some sources cite Los Angeles City College). Avocational Interests: Travel, spending time with her children.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Nurse Barbara Anderson, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R], CBS, 1973-1975. Laurie/Electra Woman, The Krofft Supershow: Electra Woman and Dyna Girl (also known as Electra Woman and Dyna Girl and The Krofft Superstar Hour), ABC, 1976-1977. Dr. Marlena Evans Brady, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL)f NBC, 1976-1987, 1991—. Jessica "Jessie" Witherspoon, Our House, NBC, 1986-1988. Cohost, Home, ABC, 1989.

Addresses: Office—Days of Our Lives, NBC Studios, 3000 West Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA 91523. AgentDavid Shapira and Associates, 15821 Ventura Blvd., Suite 235, Encino, CA 91436. Career: Actress. Custom's Last Stand (video resume company), partner, 1980s; Timeless Jewelry Collection, creator. Producer of nonprofit "Days of Our Lives Calendar/' annually, 1984—. Spokesperson for Hallmark greeting card line 'To Kids with Love/' 1990, Dexatrim weight loss products, 1991, Exfole skin care products, Baby Genius child development program, and ScanDiet weight management product.

Television Appearances; Movies: Receptionist, Columbo: Mind over Mayhem, 1974. Barbara Sanderson, The Million Dollar Face (also known as Kiss of Gold), NBC, 1981. Delores Stewart, A Reason to Live, NBC, 1985. Nell Page, Take My Daughters, Please (also known as All My Darling Daughters), NBC, 1988. Linda Horton, Perry Mason: The Case of the All-Star Assassin (also known as The Case of the All-Star Assassin and The Case of the Sudden Death Playoff), NBC, 1989.

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Diane Hunter, Columbo Cries Wolf (also known as The ABC Saturday Mystery and Columbo: Columbo Cries Wolf), ABC, 1990. Mrs. O'Neil, For the Very First Time (also known as 7/7 I Kissed Ya), NBC, 1991. Quinn, Woman on the Ledge, NBC, 1993. Herself, Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (also known as Deidre Hall's Story: After All), ABC,

Also appeared in Bob Hope Special, NBC, and Night of a Hundred Stars II. Television Appearances; Episodic: "An Act of Chivalry," Night Gallery, 1971. Nurse Sally Lewis, "Show Biz," Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1972. Nurse Sally Lewis, "Dinner Date," Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1972. Nurse Sally Lewis, "Virus," Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1972. Nurse Sally Lewis, "Saddled," Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1972. Nurse Sally Lewis, "Musical Mania," Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1972. Nurse, "Lost and Found," Adam-12, 1972. "I Gave at the Office," Karen, ABC, 1975. "Karen's Dilemma," Karen, ABC, 1975. "Guilt by Association," McMillan and Wife, 1975. "Fire Power," Joe Forrester, NBC, 1976. Guest panelist, Hollywood Squares, 1978. Maggie Dawson, "Transitions," Hotel, ABC, 1984. Stephanie Josephson, "Home Is the Heart: Parts 1 & 2," Hot Pursuit, NBC, 1984. Herself, Win, Lose, or Draw, NBC, 1988. Herself, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, syndicated, 1988. Claudia Newquay, "And It Comes Out Here," Wiseguy, CBS, 1989. Claudia Newquay, "The Rip-off Stick," Wiseguy, CBS, 1989. Claudia Newquay, "High Dollar Bop," Wiseguy, CBS,

1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Muff Graham, And the Sea Will Tell, CBS, 1991. Kate Michaels, Tom Clancy's OP Center (also known as OP Center), ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1984. Bob Hope's Comedy Salute to the Soaps, NBC, 1985. The Tenth Annual Circus of the Stars (also known as Circus of the Stars # 10), CBS, 1985. Night of 100 Stars HI, 1985. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. 53rd Annual King Orange Jamboree Parade, NBC, 1986. America Talks Back, NBC, 1986. The Wildest West Show of the Stars, CBS, 1986. Harry Anderson's Sideshow, NBC, 1987. Happy Birthday Hollywood, ABC, 1987. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 1987. NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XIX, ABC, 1988. Walt Disney World 4th of July Spectacular, 1988. Miss Hollywood Talent Search, syndicated, 1989. Herself, The 14th Annual Circus of the Stars (also known as Circus of the Stars #14), CBS, 1989. The Candid Camera Comedy Shopping Spree, CBS, 1990. Guiding Light: The Primetime Special, CBS, 1992. Total Exposure—Privacy and the Press (also known as First Person with Maria Shriver)f NBC, 1992. Cohost, A Sea World/Busch Gardens Summer Celebration, CBS, 1993. Ringmaster, Circus of the Stars Gives Kids the World, CBS, 1993. Dr. Marlena Evans, Days of Our Lives: Night Sins (also known as Night Sins), NBC, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1993. The Ultimate Driving Challenge, CBS, 1993. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 1996. Intimate Portrait: Loni Anderson, Lifetime, 1999. Marlena Evans, Days of Our Lives' 35th Anniversary, NBC, 2000. Intimate Portrait: Linda Dano, Lifetime, 2000. Herself and Marlena Evans, Days of Our Lives' Christmas, NBC, 2001. Television: The First 50 Years, PBS, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Lisa Rinna, Lifetime, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Deidre Hall, Lifetime, 2001.

1989. Claudia Newquay, "Hip Hop on the Gravy Train," Wiseguy, CBS, 1989. Claudia Carboni, "The Sicilian Encounter," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Herself, "Women in Film," Women of the House, CBS and syndicated, 1995. Appeared in episodes of All-Star Anything Goes; Celebrity Bowling; Larry King Live, CNN; Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law; The Streets of San Francisco; S.W. A.T.; The Tonight Show, NBC; and 20/20, ABC. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 13th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1986. Herself, The 22nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, NBC, 1987. Cohost, The 8th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1992. 121

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Presenter, The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1992. Presenter, 20th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1993. Host, The Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1993. The Tenth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC,

Electronic: Deidre Hall Official Site, August 3, 2002.

http://www.marlena.com,

Other: Intimate Portrait: Deidre Hall (television special), Lifetime, 2001. Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (television movie; also known as Deidre Hall's Story: After All), ABC, 1995.

1994. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1994. Segment host, The 11th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1995. Host, The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1995. Presenter, The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. Host, The 15th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1999. Presenter, The 28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2001.

HALLSTROEM, Lasse 1946(Lars Hallstrom)

PERSONAL Television Appearances; Other: Ivy Duncan, Adventures of Nick Carter, 1972. Born June 6, 1946, in Stockholm, Sweden; father, a dentist; mother, a poet; married Malou, c. 1974 (divorced); married Lena Olin (an actress), March 18, 1994; children: (first marriage) Johan; (second marriage) August Ramberg (stepson), Tora (daughter).

Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (also known as Deidre Hall's Story: After All), ABC, 1995.

Addresses: Office—Laha Films, 115 East 92nd St., New York, NY 10128. Agent—Tracey Jacobs, United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA90212.

Film Appearances: Gloria, Special Delivery (also known as Dangerous Break], American International Pictures, 1976. Sarah of Nazareth, Pray TV (also known as K-GOD), 1980.

Career: Director and writer. Began career as a director of inserts for Swedish television, including music video clips for the musical group ABBA; Laha Films, New York City, partner.

Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985.

Member: Screen Directors Guild, Directors Guild of America, Screenwriters Guild of America.

Appeared as Melissa Gardner in Love Letters.

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Awards, Honors: Bodil Award, best European film, Bodil Festival, and Robert Award, best foreign film, Robert Festival, both 1987, Academy Award nomination, best director, Academy Award nomination (with Reidar Jonsson, Brasse Brannstrom, and Per Berglund), best writing of a screenplay based on material from a different medium, Film Award nomination (with Waldemar Bergendahl), best foreign language film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Independent Spirit Award, best foreign film, Independent Features Project, all 1988, and numerous Swedish awards, all for My Life As a Dog; nomination for Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1999, Academy Award nomination, best director, 2000, and Bodil Award nomination,

Compiler of the Days of Our Lives Celebrity Cookbook. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 8, 1995, p. 56. Inside Soap, February, 2000, p. 21. People Weekly, September 28, 1982, pp. 69-75; December 14, 1987, pp. 65-69; January 20, 1992, pp. 34-35; November 20, 1995, p. 198. 122

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(And executive producer) The Big Five: The End of Something (pilot; also known as The Big Five), NBC, 1988. Making Gilbert Grape (special), 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: World of Film, PBS and syndicated, 1993. Making Gilbert Grape, 1993. WRITINGS

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Screenplays: £n kille och en tjej (also known as A Guy and a Gat), Svensk Filmindustri, 1975. ABBA: The Movie, Warner Bros., 1977. (As Lars Hallstrom) Jag aer med barn (also known as Father to Be), Svensk Filmindustri, 1979. (As Lars Hallstrom) Tuppen (also known as The Rooster), Svensk Filmindustri, 1981. Tvaa killar och en tjej (also known as Happy We), Svensk Filmindustri, 1983. (With Brasse Brannstrom, Pelle Berglund, and Reider Jonsson) My Life As a Dog (based on a novel by Jonsson; also known Mitt liv som hund), Svensk Filmindustri, 1985, Skouras Pictures/New Yorker Films, 1996. Once Around, Universal, 1990.

Film Director: A Lover and His Lass, [Sweden], 1975. (And cinematographer and editor) En kille och en tjej (also known as A Guy and a Cat), Svensk Filmindustri, 1975. (As Lars Hallstrom; and editor) ABBA: The Movie, Warner Bros., 1977. (As Lars Hallstrom; and editor) Jag aer med barn (also known as Father to Be), Svensk Filmindustri, 1979. (As Lars Hallstrom; and editor) Tuppen (also known as The Rooster), Svensk Filmindustri, 1981. (And editor) Tvaa killar och en tjej (also known as Happy We), Svensk Filmindustri, 1983. My Life As a Dog (also known as Mitt liv som hund), Svensk Filmindustri, 1985, Skouras Pictures/New Yorker Films, 1996. The Children of Bullerby Village (also known as The Children of Noisy Village, Alia vi barn I Bullerbyn, and Die Kinder von Bullerbue), Svensk Filmindustri, 1986, First Run Features, 1996. More about the Children of Bullerby Village (also known as More about the Children of Noisy Village and Mer om oss barn I Bullerbyn), Svensk Filmindustri, 1987. Once Around, Universal, 1990. (And executive producer) What's Eating Gilbert Crape?, Paramount, 1993. Lumiere and Company (documentary; also known as Lumiere et Compagnie and Lumiere y Compania), Pierre Grise Distribution, 1995. Something to Talk About (also known as Grace under Pressure and The Power of Love], Warner Bros., 1995. The Golden Hour, 1996. The Cider House Rules, Miramax, 1999. Chocolat, Miramax, 2000. The Shipping News, Miramax, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 1, 2000, p. 115. Variety, January 15, 2001, p. 16.

HARPER, Hill 1966(?)PERSONAL Original name, Frank E. Harper; born May 17, 1966 (some sources cite 1973), in Iowa City, IA. Education: Brown University, B.A. (magna cum laude); Harvard University, J.D. (cum laude) and M.P.A.

Television Director: Shall We Dance?, [Denmark], c. 1968. Ska vi gaa hem till dej eller till mej eller var och en till sitt? (movie; also known as Shall We Go to My or to Your Place or Each Go Home Alone?), 1973. Flyttningen, 1974. Semlons grona dalar (miniseries), 1977.

Addresses: Agent—Lorrie Bartlett, The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—E. Brian Dobbins, Principato/Young Management, 9665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—www.harpnet.com/hill. 123

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Career: Actor and writer. Black Folks' Theatre Company, Boston, MA, former member of the company; New Harmony Project, member, 1997.

Dr. Wesley Williams, City of Angels, CBS, 2000. Christopher Bell, The Court, ABC, 2002. Cohost of a local talk show, Night Shift, Boston.

Awards, Honors: Emerging Artist Award, Chicago Film Festival, 2000, John Garfield Best Actor Award, Method Film Festival, 2000, Audience Award, Urbanworld Film Festival, 2000, and Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 2001, all for The Visit; Image Award nomination, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 2001, for City of Angels.

Television Appearances; Movies: Victor, Zooman, Showtime, 1995. The Badge, Starz!, 2002. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Don, Mama Flora's Family, CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dave E, Dave Chappelle, Fox, 1998. Saint James, The Repair Shop, CBS, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Phil Wilson, Confessions of a Dog (short film), 1993. Peter, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (also known as Pumpkinhead 2: The Demon Returns), 1994. Blankman, Columbia, 1994. Drifting School, 1995. One Red Rose, 1995. Strange Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Xavier, Get on the Bus, Columbia, 1996. Donnell, Full Court Press, 1997. Fisher Lovelace, Slaves of Hollywood, Filmopolis,

Television Appearances; Episodic: Second nurse, "Incident on Main/' Life Goes On, ABC, 1992. B. J. Mays, "Badge of Honor," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. Clarence "Dex" Dexter, "South of 98," Renegade, syndicated, 1994. Dana, "Will Steps Out," The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, NBC, 1994. "Tango Blue," M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, 1994. Sweet Justice, NBC, 1994. David Trainor, Cleghorne!, The WB, 1995. J-Top, John Grisham's "The Client' (also known as The Client), CBS, 1995. Smooth G, "Chapter Seven," Murder One, ABC, 1995. Bo-Bo Thomas, "The Backboard Jungle," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. Darryl, "Family Ties," Dangerous Minds, ABC, 1996. Walter, Buddies, ABC, 1996. Mr. Jackson, "Obstruction of Justice," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1997. Preston, "Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Astoria," Cosby, CBS, 1998. John Woodrell, "Shades of Guilt," The Twilight Zone, UPN, 2002.

1997. Michael Simmons, Hav' Plenty, Miramax, 1997. Slats, Steel, Warner Bros., 1997. The Assistant, Lions Gate Films, 1997. Hoover Park, 1997. Rumors, 1997. Chad Egan-Washington, The Nephew, World 2000 Entertainment, 1998. Coleman "Booger" Sykes, He Got Game, Buena Vista,

1998. Halle, Beloved, Buena Vista, 1998. Steve Johnson, Park Day, Urban Media, 1998. Breezy T., In Too Deep, Miramax/Dimension, 1999. Theodorous Melville, Loving Jezebel (also known as Chasing Beauties), Universal Focus, 1999. Alex Waters, The Visit, Shoreline Entertainment/Urbanworld, 2000. Will Beckford, The Skulls, Twentieth Century-Fox/ Universal, 2000. Craig, Higher Ed, Urbanworld, 2001. Himself, Casting for Glinda (documentary), 2001. Donnell, Cross the Line, Horizon Productions, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Joey Sands, Dogeaters, Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 2001. Reuben Clark as an adult, Blue, Roundabout Theatre Company, Gramercy Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Also appeared in other films, including Little Black Panther.

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HOWARD Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding main title theme music, 1989, for Men; Grammy Award nomination, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, best instrumental music from television or film, 1990, for Dying Young; Academy Award nomination, best original score, 1992, for The Prince of Tides; Academy Award nomination, best original score, and Film and Television Music Award, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, top box office film, both 1994, for The Fugitive; Film and Television Music Award, top box office film, 1994, for Dave; Academy Award nomination (with Carole Bayer Sager, James Ingram, and Patty Smyth), best song, 1994, and Golden Globe Award nomination (with Sager, Ingram, and Smyth), best original song for a motion picture, 1995, both for 'look What Love Has Done/' Junior; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in main title theme music, 1995, and Film and Television Music Awards, top television series, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002, all for ER; two Film and Television Music Awards, top box office film, 1996, for Waterworld and Outbreak; two Film and Television Music Awards, top box office film, 1997, for Primal Fear and Space Jam; (all with Jud Friedman and Allan Dennis Rich) Academy Award nomination, best song, 1997, Golden Globe Award nominations, best song and best original song for a motion picture, 1997, and Grammy Award nomination, best song written specifically for a motion picture or for television, 1998, all for "For the First Time/' One Fine Day; Film and Television Music Award, top box office film, and Academy Award nomination, best musical or comedy score, both 1998, for My Best Friend's Wedding; Film and Television Music Award (with John Frizzell), top box office film, 1998, for Dante's Peak; Film and Television Music Award, top box office film, 1999, for A Perfect Murder; Henry Mancini Award, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 2000; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best original score, 2000, for Snow Falling on Cedars; two Film and Television Music Awards, top box office film, 2000, for Runaway Bride and The Sixth Sense; Sierra Award nomination, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, best score, 2000, for Unbreakable; Annie Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement for music in an animated feature production, 2000, Film and Television Music Award, top box office film, 2001, and Saturn Award nomination, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, best music, 2001, all for Dinosaur; Annie Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement for a music score for an animated feature production, 2001, for Atlantis: The Lost Empire; World Soundtrack Award nomination (with Diane Warren), best original song written directly for a film, 2001, for "Where the Dream Takes You," Atlantis: The Lost Empire; Emmy Award, outstanding main title theme music, 2001, for Gideon's Crossing; Film and Television Music Award, top box office film, 2002, for America's Sweethearts.

WRITINGS Screenplays: One Red Rose, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 32, Gale, 2002. Periodicals: Ebony, June, 2001. Entertainment Weekly, April 14, 2000, p. 49; May 4, 2001, p. 45; May 11, 2001, p. 54; May 18, 2001, p. 58; November 2, 2001, p. 55. Essence, January, 2001, p. 54. Interview, February, 2001, p. 58. Movieline, December, 1996, p. 16. People Weekly, May 7, 2001, p. 33.

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HOWARD, James Newton 1951PERSONAL Born June 9, 1951, in Los Angeles, CA; divorced from first wife; married Rosanna Arquette (an actress), September 13, 1986 (divorced); married Sofie Barren (an illustrator); children: (third marriage) Jackson Samuel, Hayden Barren. Education: Studied piano with Leon Fleischer at the University of Southern California; studied with Reginald Stewart at the Music Academy of the West, Santa Barbara, CA. Addresses: Agent—Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency, 13245 Riverside Dr., Suite 450, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Composer, conductor, orchestrator, music producer, and keyboardist. JNH Studio, owner. Producer for Valerie Carter, 1978; member of the band Mama Lion; also worked as session musician with various musical acts, including Fanny, 1974, Ringo Starr, 1974, Elton John, 1975-80, Neil Diamond, 1976, Harry Nilsson, 1976, Neil Sedaka, 1976, Yvonne Elliman, 1978, the Dudek-Finnigan-Kruger Band, 1980, Boz Scaggs, 1980, and Melissa Manchester; toured as a keyboardist with Elton John, 1975-76 and 1980-81. 125

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Film Work; Music Conductor: (And music arranger for strings) Nothing in Common, TriStar, 1986. Some Girls (also known as Sisters), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1988.

Film Work; Orchestrator: Pretty Woman (also known as $3000), Buena Vista, 1990. Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1992. Dave, Warner Bros., 1993. Falling Down (also known as Chute libre), Warner Bros., 1993. The Fugitive, Warner Bros., 1993. The Saint of Fort Washington, Warner Bros., 1993. Intersection, Paramount, 1994. Junior, United International Pictures, 1994. Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. French Kiss (also known as Paris Match), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Just Cause, Warner Bros., 1995. Outbreak, Warner Bros., 1995. Waterworld, Universal, 1995. Eye for an Eye, Paramount, 1996. One Fine Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Primal Fear, Paramount, 1996. Space Jam, Warner Bros., 1996. The Trigger Effect, Gramercy, 1996. The Devil's Advocate, Warner Bros., 1997. Father's Day, Warner Bros., 1997. The Postman, Warner Bros., 1997. A Perfect Murder (also known as Dial M for Murder), Warner Bros., 1998. Mumford, Buena Vista, 1999. Runaway Bride, Paramount, 1999. The Sixth Sense, Buena Vista, 1999. Snow Falling on Cedars, Universal, 1999. Stir of Echoes, Artisan Entertainment, 1999. Dinosaur, Buena Vista, 2000. Unbreakable, Buena Vista, 2000. Vertical Limit, Columbia, 2000. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (animated), Buena Vista, 2001.

Television Work; Orchestrator; Specials: Alive—The Miracle of the Andes (also known as Alive and Alive—Twenty Years Later), CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Orchestra conductor, Elton John in Australia (also known as Elton John in Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra), Showtime, 1987. Spotlight on Location: Snow Falling on Cedars, 2000. The Score, Trio Network, 2002. RECORDINGS Albums: James Newton Howard, Kama Sutra, 1974. James Newton Howard and Friends, Sheffield Lab, 1985. Promised Land, Private Music, 1985. Man in the Moon, Reprise, 1991. Dave, Warner Bros., 1993. The Fugitive, Elektra/Asylum, 1993. Space Jam, Atlantic, 1997. The Sixth Sense, Varese, 1999. Signs, Hollywood Records, 2002. Performer or recording session musician with various artists and musical groups, including America, Ashford & Simpson, Peter Cetera, Neil Diamond, Julio Iglesias, Elton John, Rickie Lee Jones, Gordon Lightfoot, Kenny Loggins, Melissa Manchester, Randy Newman, Olivia Newton-John, The Pointer Sisters, Diana Ross, David Lee Roth, Bob Seger, Carly Simon, Dusty Springfield, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, Barbra Streisand, Toto, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. WRITINGS

Film Work; Music Producer: Five Corners, Cineplex Odeon, 1987. (Producer of song "Ride Gambler Ride") Maverick, Warner Bros., 1994. Mumford, Buena Vista, 1999. The Sixth Sense, Buena Vista, 1999. Snow Falling on Cedars, Universal, 1999. Stir of Echoes, Artisan Entertainment, 1999. Dinosaur, Buena Vista, 2000. Unbreakable, Buena Vista, 2000. Vertical Limit, Columbia, 2000. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (animated), Buena Vista, 2001.

Film Scores: 8 Million Ways to Die, TriStar, 1986. Head Office, TriStar, 1986. Never Too Young to Die, Paul Releasing, 1986. Nobody's Fool, Island Pictures, 1986. Tough Guys, Buena Vista, 1986. (With Hawk Wolinski) Wildcats (also known as First and Goal), Warner Bros., 1986. Campus Man, Paramount, 1987. Five Corners, Cineplex Odeon, 1987. Promised Land (also known as Young Hearts), Vestron, 1987. 126

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Snow Falling on Cedars, Universal, 1999. Stir of Echoes, Artisan Entertainment, 1999. Wayward Son, Arthur Kananack and Associates, 1999. The White River Kid, Warner Bros., 1999. Dinosaur, Buena Vista, 2000. Unbreakable, Buena Vista, 2000. Vertical Limit, Columbia, 2000. America's Sweethearts, Columbia, 2001. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (animated), Buena Vista, 2001. Big Trouble, Buena Vista, 2002. The Emperor's Club, Universal, 2002. Signs, Buena Vista, 2002. Treasure Planet (animated), Buena Vista, 2002. Unconditional Love, New Line Cinema, 2002. Dreamcatcher, Warner Bros., 2003. Hidalgo, Buena Vista, 2003. Peter Pan, Universal, 2003.

Russkies, New Century/Vista, 1987. Everybody's All American (also known as When I Fall in Love), Warner Bros., 1988. Off Limits (also known as Saigon), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1988. Some Girls (also known as Sisters), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1988. Major League, Paramount, 1989. The Package, Orion, 1989. Tap, TriStar, 1989. Coupe de Ville, Universal, 1990. Flatliners, Columbia, 1990. Marked for Death (also known as Screwface), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Pretty Woman (also known as $3000), Buena Vista,

1990. 3 Men and a Little Lady, Buena Vista, 1990. Dying Young, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Guilty by Suspicion (also known as La liste noire), Warner Bros., 1991. King Ralph, Universal, 1991. The Man in the Moon, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991. My Girl, Columbia, 1991. The Prince of Tides, Columbia, 1991. American Heart, Triton Pictures, 1992. Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1992. Glengarry Glen Ross, New Line Cinema, 1992. Night and the City, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Dave, Warner Bros., 1993. Falling Down (also known as Chute libre), Warner Bros., 1993. The Fugitive, Warner Bros., 1993. The Saint of Fort Washington, Warner Bros., 1993. Intersection, Paramount, 1994. Junior, United International Pictures, 1994. Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. French Kiss (also known as Paris Match), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Just Cause, Warner Bros., 1995. Outbreak, Warner Bros., 1995. Restoration, Miramax, 1995. Waterworld, Universal, 1995. Eye for an Eye, Paramount, 1996. The Juror, Columbia, 1996. One Fine Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Primal Fear, Paramount, 1996. Space Jam, Warner Bros., 1996. The Trigger Effect, Gramercy, 1996. The Devil's Advocate, Warner Bros., 1997. Father's Day, Warner Bros., 1997. My Best Friend's Wedding, TriStar, 1997. The Postman, Warner Bros., 1997. A Perfect Murder (also known as Dial M for Murder), Warner Bros., 1998. Mumford, Buena Vista, 1999. Runaway Bride, Paramount, 1999. The Sixth Sense, Buena Vista, 1999.

Film Music; Additional Music: Major League II, Warner Bros., 1994. Metro, Buena Vista, 1997. Picture Perfect, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Film Music; Songs Featured in Films: Trove Me Wrong/' White Nights, Columbia, 1985. "Hold on to Your Vision/' Cobra, Warner Bros., 1986. "Until Forever," Everybody's All American (also known as When I Fall in Love), Warner Bros., 1988. "Most of All You," Major League, Paramount, 1989. "Love Theme from Dying Young," Dying Young, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. "I Wanna Be the One," "Love Doesn't Matter," and "Never Gonna Stop," Night and the City, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. "Look What Love Has Done," Junior, United International Pictures, 1994. "For the First Time," One Fine Day, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1996. "The Boxing Gym," Volcano, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. "Viv Dejected," Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Buena Vista, 1997. "Where the Dream Takes You," Atlantis: The Last Empire (animated), Buena Vista, 2001. Film Theme Music: The Rich Man's Wife, Buena Vista, 1996. Dante's Peak, Universal, 1997. Liar Liar, Universal, 1997. Television Music; Series: Men, ABC, 1989. Theme song "You'll Love the Ride," Sunday Dinner, CBS, 1991. Middle Ages, CBS, 1992. Theme music, 2000 Malibu Road, CBS, 1992. 127

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HUGHES Theme music, ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1994—. Theme "You Know Me Too Well/' The George and Alana Show, syndicated, 1995-1996. Theme music, The Sentinel, UPN, 1996-1997. Theme music, Gideon's Crossing, ABC, 2000-2001.

HUGHES, John 1950(Edmond Dantes) PERSONAL

Television Music; Movies: Go Toward the Light (also known as Go to the Light and Toward the Light), CBS, 1988. Descending Angel, HBO, 1990. The Image, HBO, 1990. Revealing Evidence (also known as Heat, Revealing Evidence: Stalking the Honolulu Strangler, and Tango), NBC, 1990. Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture, HBO, 1990. A Private Matter (also known as Miss Sherri and The Sherri Finkbine Story), HBO, 1992.

Full name, John Hughes, Jr.; born February 18, 1950, in Lansing, Ml; son of John Hughes (in sales); mother, a volunteer for charity work; married Nancy Ludwig, c. 1971; children: John III (a musician, composer, and music industry executive), James (a screenwriter). Education: Attended Glenbrook North High School, Chicago, IL; attended the University of Arizona, 1968. Addresses: Agent—Jim Wiatt, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Director, producer, and writer. National Lampoon (magazine), editor and writer, c. 1980; Hughes Entertainment, Chicago, IL, founder and president, beginning in 1985; Great Oaks Entertainment, Libertyville, IL, partner, beginning in 1995. Affiliated with Needham Harper & Steers (advertising agency), Chicago; Leo Burnett (advertising agency), began as copywriter, became creative director. Also worked as a joke writer and in a warehouse.

Television Music; Episodic: "Bedtime Story/' Trying Times, PBS, 1987. "The Visit," Trying Times, PBS, 1987. "The Hit List," Trying Times, PBS, 1989. Television Music; Miniseries: "Mare Tranquilitatis," From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Music; Specials: Alive—The Miracle of the Andes (also known as Alive and Alive—Twenty Years Later), CBS, 1993. Stories of Lupus, PBS, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Commitment to Chicago Award, 1990; named ShoWest producer of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1990; People's Choice Award, favorite comedy motion picture, 1991, for Home Alone; Scholastic's Student Choice Awards, number one film of the year, 1993, for Home Alone 2: Lost in New York; award for best family film (with others), Broadcast Film Critics Association, 1996, for 707 Dalmatians.

Television Theme Music; Pilots: ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1994. The Sentinel, UPN, 1996. Songs: Composer of songs, including "Everything/' for Jody Watley.

CREDITS Film Work; Director: Sixteen Candles, Universal, 1984. The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. Weird Science, Universal, 1985. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (also known as Day Trip to Chicago), Paramount, 1986. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. Uncle Buck, Universal, 1989. Curly Sue, Warner Bros., 1991. Reach the Rock, Gramercy, 1998.

ADAPTATIONS The music from the film The Fugitive was adapted for the television series The Fugitive, broadcast by CBS, beginning in 2000. The music from the film Dinosaur was featured in the film Aap Muhje Achche Lagne Lage (also known as AMALL), 2002. OTHER SOURCES

Film Work; Executive Producer: (With Michael Chinich) Pretty in Pink, Paramount, 1986.

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(With Tom Jacobson) The Great Outdoors, Universal, 1988. New Port South, Buena Vista, 2001.

Screenplays: National Lampoon's Class Reunion (also known as Class Reunion), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Mr. Mom (also known as Mr. Mum), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1983. (With David O'Dell) Nate and Hayes (also known as Savage Islands), Paramount, 1983. National Lampoon's Vacation (also known as American Vacation, National Lampoon's Summer Vacation, and Vacation; adapted from Hughes's story "Vacation '58," first published in National Lampoon, 1975, Warner Bros., 1983. Sixteen Candles, Universal, 1984. The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. (With Robert Klane) National Lampoon's European Vacation (also known as European Vacation), Warner Bros., 1985. Weird Science, Universal, 1985. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (also known as Day Trip to Chicago), Paramount, 1986. Pretty in Pink, Paramount, 1986. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. Some Kind of Wonderful, Paramount, 1987. The Great Outdoors, Universal, 1988. She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (also known as Christmas Vacation and National Lampoon's Winter Holiday), Warner Bros., 1989. Uncle Buck, Universal, 1989. Home Alone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Career Opportunities (also known as One Wild Night), Universal, 1991. Curly Sue, Warner Bros., 1991. Dutch (also known as Driving Me Crazy), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. (As Edmond Dantes; with Amy Holden-Jones) Beethoven, Universal, 1992. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (based on Hughes's characters), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Dennis the Menace (also known as Dennis), Warner Bros., 1993. Baby's Day Out, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Miracle on 34th Street (based on the film of the same name), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. 707 Dalmatians, Buena Vista, 1996. Flubber (also known as The Absent Minded Professor and Disney's Flubber: The Absent Minded Professor; based on the film The Absent Minded Professor), Buena Vista, 1997. Home Alone 3, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Reach the Rock, Gramercy, 1998. Just Visiting (also known as Les visiteurs en Amerique), Buena Vista, 2001. Maid in Manhattan, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2002. (With others) Peter Pan, Universal, 2003.

Film Work; Producer: (With Ned Tanen) The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. (With Tom Jacobson) Ferris Bueller's Day Off (also known as Day Trip to Chicago), Paramount, 1986. Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. Some Kind of Wonderful, Paramount, 1987. She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. (With Jacobson) National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (also known as Christmas Vacation and National Lampoon's Winter Holiday), Warner Bros., 1989. (With Jacobson) Uncle Buck, Universal, 1989. Home Alone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. (With A. Hunt Lowry) Career Opportunities (also known as One Wild Night), Universal, 1991. Curly Sue, Warner Bros., 1991. (With Richard Vane) Dutch (also known as Driving Me Crazy), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. (With Lowry) Only the Lonely, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1992. Dennis the Menace (also known as Dennis), Warner Bros., 1993. Baby's Day Out, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Miracle on 34th Street, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. 101 Dalmatians, Buena Vista, 1996. Flubber (also known as The Absent Minded Professor and Disney's Flubber: The Absent Minded Professor), Buena Vista, 1997. Home Alone 3, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Reach the Rock, Gramercy, 1998. Maid in Manhattan, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2002. Film Appearances: Girl in dress with paper bag over head, National Lampoon's Class Reunion (also known as Class Reunion), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Brian's father, The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. Guy running between cabs, Ferris Bueller's Day Off (also known as Day Trip to Chicago), Paramount, 1986. Police officer, Broken Vessels, Unapix Entertainment, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," Fox, 1992. Hal Roach: Hollywood's King of Laughter (also known as Hal Roach: King of Laughter), The Disney Channel, 1994. 129

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Film Music; Songs Featured in Films: "Wailey World National Anthem/' National Lampoon's Vacation (also known as American Vacation, National Lampoon's Summer Vacation, and Vacation), Warner Bros., 1983. "I Can Take Anything/' Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. "Ika Freaka," New Port South, Buena Vista, 2001.

Addresses: Office—Valhalla Motion Pictures, 8530 Wilshire Blvd., 4th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA90212. Career: Producer and writer. New World Pictures, Los Angeles, began as executive assistant, became director of advertising and publicity, then producer, production executive, and president, 1977-82; Pacific Western Productions, Beverly Hills, CA, founder and owner, beginning 1982; No Frills Productions, founder and owner, G.J.P., Inc. (production company), cofounder; Valhalla Motion Pictures, Beverly Hills, founder and chief executive officer; Independent Features Project/ West, member of board of directors; Artists Rights Foundation, member of board of directors; Show Coalition, member, 1988; Los Angeles International Film Festival, board of directors; U.S. Film Festival, Salt Lake City, UT, juror, 1988; Focus Student Film Awards, juror, 1989; University of Southern California, mentor for Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program; Women in Film, member of Mentor Program; creator of Gale Anne Hurd production grants for Directing Workshop for Women, American Film Institute; Hollywood Women's Political Committee, member, 1987; Institute for Research on Women and Gender, national advisory panel, 1997; Mulholland Tomorrow and Coral Reef Research Foundation, member.

Teleplays; Series: Delta House, ABC, 1979. Writings; Other: Contributor to magazines, including National Lampoon and Playboy.

ADAPTATIONS Ferris Bueller's Day Off was adapted for an NBC television series, called Ferris Bueller, broadcast from 1990-91; Uncle Buck was adapted for a CBS television series, broadcast from 1990-91. Credited as Edmond Dantes, Hughes provided characters from the film Beethoven for the sequels Beethoven's 2nd, 1993, Beethoven's 3rd, Universal Studios Home Video, 2000, and Beethoven's Fourth, Universal Studios Home Video, 2001.

Member: American Film Institute (member of board of trustees, 1989), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (member of Nicholl Fellowships Committee, 1989—; member of executive committee of Producer's Board, 1990), Women in Film (member of board of directors, 1989-90), International Seakeepers Society, Feminist Majority, Americans for a Safe Future (member of board of directors, 1993), Phi Beta Kappa.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 2, 1994, p. 36. New York Times, August 4, 1991, p. 30. Premiere, July, 1988.

Awards, Honors: Grand Prix, Avoriaz Film Festival, c. 1984, and Saturn Award (with James Cameron), best writing, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1985, both for The Terminator; Special Merit Award, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1986; Special Merit Award, National Association of Theatre Owners, and Hugo Award, best dramatic presentation, World Science Fiction Society, 1987, both for Aliens; Saturn Award nomination, c. 1988, for Alien Nation; named entrepreneur of the year, Business School Alumni of Stanford University, 1990; Audience Award (with directors Neal Jimenez and Michael Steinberg), Sundance Film Festival, 1992, and Independent Spirit Award, best first feature, Independent Features Project, 1993, both for The Waterdance; Enzian Award, Florida Film Festival, 1994; Crystal Award, Women in Film, 1998.

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PERSONAL Born October 25, 1955, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Frank E. (an investor) and Lolita (maiden name, Espiau; also known as Lolita Jordan) Hurd; married James Cameron (a director, producer, and writer), 1985 (divorced, 1989); married Brian De Palma (a producer, director, and writer), July 21 (some sources cite July 20), 1991 (divorced); married Jonathan Hensleigh (a producer and writer); children: (second marriage) Lolita. Education: Stanford University, degree, economics and communications, 1977. Avocational Interests: Scuba diving, her paso fino horses. 130

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Film Appearances: Herself, Virus: Ghost in the Machine, Universal Studios Home Video, 1999.

Film Work; Executive Producer: Tremors (also known as Beneath Perfection), Universal, 1990. Downtown (also known as Downtowners), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (also known as 72 and T2—Terminator 2: Judgment Day), TriStar, 1991.

Television Work; Movies: Production coordinator, The Ceorgia Peaches, 1980. Producer, Cast a Deadly Spell, HBO, 1991. Executive producer, Witch Hunt, HBO, 1994. Executive producer, Sugartime, HBO, 1995.

Film Work; Producer: (With Roger Gorman), Smokey Bites the Dust, New World, 1981. (With James Cameron and William Wisher, Jr.), The Terminator, Orion, 1984. Aliens, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. (With Richard Kobritz), Alien Nation (also known as Future Tense and Outer Heat), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1988. Bad Dreams, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. The Abyss, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. The Waterdance, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991. Raising Cain, Universal, 1992. No Escape (also known as Escape from Absolom), Savoy Pictures, 1994. Safe Passage, New Line Cinema, 1994. The Ghost and the Darkness, Paramount, 1996. The Relic (also known as Das Relikt), Paramount, 1996. Switchback (also known as Going West and Going West in America), Paramount, 1996. Dante's Peak, Universal, 1997. Dead Man on Campus, Paramount, 1998. Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998. Virus, MCA/Universal, 1999. Dick (also known as Dick, les coulisses de la presidence), Columbia/TriStar, 1999. Clockstoppers, Paramount, 2002.

Television Work; Series: Creative consultant, Alien Nation, Fox, 1989-1991. Executive producer, Adventure Inc. (also known as The Ultimate Adventure Company), 2002. Television Work; Miniseries: Executive producer, The Black Whip, Fox, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: The New Hollywood, NBC, 1990. The Whole World Is Watching, E! Entertainment Television, 1992. Masters of Fantasy: Stan Winston, Sci-Fi Channel, 1997. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With James Cameron and William Wisher, Jr.) The Terminator, Orion, 1984. OTHER SOURCES Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volumes 7-26, Gale, 1992.

Film Work; Other: Production assistant, Alligator, 1980. Production assistant, Humanoids from the Deep (also known as Humanoids of the Deep, Monster, and Monsters), Concorde, 1980. Assistant production manager, Battle beyond the Stars, New World, 1980. Executive consultant, Tremors 2: Aftershocks, 1995.

Periodicals: American Film, June, 1989. People, August 11, 1986. Time, July 28, 1986. Variety, June 22, 1998, p. 4.

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Television Miniseries: The Secrets of Lake Success, NBC, 1993.

PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9200 Sunset Blvd., #900, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Television Episodes: 'The 13th Floor/' Alfred Hitchcock Presents, HBO, 1988. "Max," War of the Worlds (also known as War of the Worlds: The Second Invasion), syndicated, 1990. "False Witness," Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. "If Looks Could Kill," Forever Knight, CBS, 1993. "Studies in Light," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), 1993. "Run for Your Life," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), 1993. "The Samurai," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), 1994. "Killer Instinct," Forever Knight, syndicated, 1994. "Faithful Followers," Forever Knight, syndicated, 1994. "Control Freak," VR.5 (also known as VR), Fox, 1995. "The Games Vampires Play," Forever Knight, USA Network and syndicated, 1996. "The Good Samaritan," Second Noah, ABC, 1996. "Dreamboat," Second Noah, ABC, 1996. "Friend," La femme Nikita (also known as Nikita), USA Network, 1997. "Mother," La femme Nikita (also known as Nikita), USA Network, 1997. "Do Something," 7th Heaven (also known as 7th Heaven: Beginnings and Seventh Heaven), The WB, 1997. "Like It's 1999," The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, 1999. "Scareful What You Wish For," The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001. "Full Moon Halloween," The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001. "Mindreacher," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2001.

Career: Producer, writer, story editor, and creative consultant. CREDITS Television Work; Series: Executive story editor and supervising producer, Forever Knight, CBS, 1992-1993. Producer, VR.5 (also known as VR), Fox, 1995. Coproducer, 7th Heaven (also known as 7th Heaven: Beginnings and Seventh Heaven), The WB, 1996. Creative consultant, Second Noah, ABC, 1996. Co-executive producer, The New Ghostwriter Mysteries, CBS, 1997. Supervising producer, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, syndicated, 1998. Consulting producer, The Famous Jett Jackson, The Disney Channel, c. 2001-2002. Consulting producer, The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001. Television Work; Miniseries: Coproducer, The Secrets of Lake Success, NBC, 1993. WRITINGS Film Screenplays: Breakout (also known as Breakout: Batteries Included), 1998. 132

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(English dub) Voice of Aun, Photon: The Idiot Adventures (animated), 1997. (English dub) Voice of Soldue, Maze bakunetsu jiku (animated; also known as Maze Mega Burst Space), 1997. Voices of Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Vulpix, Ninetales, Clefairy, Clefable, and others, Pokemon (animated; also known as Pocket Monsters; Pokemon: Johto League Championships; Pokemon: Master Quest; and Pokemon: The Johto Journeys), The WB and syndicated, 1998—. Voice, Vug/o (animated; also known as Yu-Gi-Oh!), 1998. Voice of Sojiro Seta, Rurouni Kenshin (animated), 2000.

Also wrote ''Belfast Says No/' Lightning Force, syndicated; "A Vanishing Act," Relic Hunter (also known as Relic Hunter—Die Schatzjaegerin and Sydney Fox I'aventuriere), syndicated; "The One You Love," Strangers, HBO; eleven episodes of The Hitchhiker (also known as Le voyageur)-, eight episodes of The Hidden Room, Lifetime; episodes of Dilbert (animated) and Street Justice; multiple episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Nickelodeon, The Famous Jett Jackson, The Disney Channel, and Beyond Belief (also known as Dick Clark's Beyond Belief), Fox.

JAYNE, Tara Also appeared as voice of Tiara, Shamanic Princess (animated).

PERSONAL Born September 20, in Hartford, CT. Education: Studied theatre at Hofstra University; also studied voice. Avocational Interests: Collecting Pez, Scrabble, movies, and learning guitar.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared as voice of Tyra, "The Bridge Bike Gar," Pokemon (animated), syndicated; voice of perfume girl #3, "Pokemon Scent-Sation," Pokemon (animated), syndicated; voice of female henchman, "Electric Shock Showdown," Pokemon (animated), syndicated; voice of Sara Mudo, Angel Sanctuary (animated); voice of Shadow, Shamanic Princess (animated); as voice of Alyssa Milano, Dixie Chicks, and Rosanna Arquette, Celebrity Deathmatch, MTV.

Career: Actress and voice-over artist. CREDITS Film Appearances: (English version) Voice of Eiko Rando, Geobreeders (animated), 1998. Jelly, Bio Zombie (animated; also known as Sang dut sau shut), 1998. Voices of Vulpix, Ninetales, Bulbasaur, and Venusaur, Pokemon the First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back (animated; also known as Pokemon: The First Movie), Warner Bros., 1999. Voice of Hikaru, Rayearth OAV (animated), Manga Entertainment, 2000. Pokemon: Mewtwo's Return (animated; also known as Mewtwo's Return and Mewtwo, Land Meets the Eye), Warner Bros., 2000. Voice, Pokemon 3: The Movie (animated; also known as Pokemon 3 and Pokemon 3 the Movie: Spell of the Unknown), Warner Bros., 2001.

Television Work; Episodic: Provided additional voices, Patlabor: The Mobile Police—The TV series (animated).

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voices of Llewelyn, Yumei, Shiho, and Nanami, Varukiri purofairu (animated), Enix America, 1999.

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Born in London, England. Education: Attended San Diego Performing Arts Centre; attended classes at Actors Centre, Sydney, Australia, the Sailes Academy, the Rodenweiser Dance Centre, and the N.S.W. College of Dance, all Australia.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Filia Ul Copt, Slayers Try (animated), 1997.

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Career: Actress. Impulse Company (theatre group), member.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Louise, Carousel, Gallery First Nighters Theatre, 1987. Julia, The Good Doctor, Gallery First Nighters Theatre, 1987. Miss Forsythe, Death of a Salesman, Theatre Clwyd, 1993. Libby, The Blue Window, London production, 1997. Hazel, Time and the Conways, London production, 1998. Marion, The Secret of Rapture, London production, 1998. Iphingenia, The Greeks, Odyssey Theatre, 1999. Matty, Round Robin, London production, 2000.

Film Appearances: TV movie girl, Dangerous Game, Four Seasons, 1987. Gemma Anderson, Strike of the Panther (also known as Fists of Blood), 1988. Gemma Anderson, Day of the Panther, CIC-Taft Home Video, 1988. Kath Hanzaker, The Runner (also known as Escape from Survival Zone and Survival Island), Living Spirit, 1992. The woman reporter, Tattle Tale, Live, 1993. Violet, Savage Play, 1995.

Also appeared as Madge, Picnic, and Isabelle, Ring around the Moon, both San Diego Performing Arts Centre; in The Merchant of Venice and It Had to Be You, both Bay Street Theatre, Sydney, Australia; in Carousel, Regent Theatre, Sydney; as Sonja, Uncle Vanya.

Television Appearances; Series: Elizabeth, Riviera, 1991. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, USA Network, 1990. Eva, The Strauss Dynasty, 1991. Adult Sarah, A Will of Their Own, NBC, 1998.

OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Paris Jefferson Official Site, http://www.parisjefferson. com, September 7, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tasha, The Necklace She Play, 1990. Linda, Bejewelled, The Disney Channel, 1991. Crime Limited, 1992. Henrietta Doran/Hettie, The Eligible Bachelor (also known as Sherlock Holmes: The Eligible Bachelor), Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Dale Winter, In Suspicious Circumstances: The Killing of Diamond Jim, 1993. Janis Joplin, Tales from a Darkened Room: Ball and Chain, 1993. Crown Prosecutor, BBC, 1994. The Promise of Tomorrow, 1994. Brenda, Royce, Showtime and ITC, 1994. Nell, Blink (short film), Channel 4, 1998. Helen Lacklan, The Diamond of Jeru (also known as Louis L'Amour's The Diamond of Jeru), USA Network, 2001.

JENKINS, Ken 1940PERSONAL Born August 28, 1940, in Dayton, OH (some sources say New Boston, OH); children: Matthew, Daniel (an actor), Joshua. Education: Studied acting at Antioch College. Avocational Interests: Woodworking, training dogs. Addresses: Agent—Judy Schoen & Associates, 606 N. Larchmont Blvd., Suite 309, Los Angeles, CA 90004. Office—c/o Scrubs, Touchtone Television, 50 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521. Career: Actor and director. Actors' Theatre of Louisville, cofounder and associate artistic director, 1967-71; appeared as math teacher Frank Hall in a G.E.D. "Adult Math" telecourse, c. 1980s.

Television Appearances; Specials: Sally Finch, "Hickory Dickory Dock," Poirot VII, ITV1, later broadcast on Mystery!, PBS, 1995.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Toni, "Indiscretions," Highlander, syndicated, 1998. Athena, "Amphipolis under Siege," Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 2000.

Film Appearances: Sephus Purcell, Matewan, Artisan Entertainment, 1987.

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Joel Spender, The Wizard of Loneliness, Skouras Pictures, 1988. Gerard Kirkhill, The Abyss, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Jim Holly, In Country, Warner Bros., 1989. Major Donald Lemond, Air America, TriStar, 1990. Bo Dubs, Edge of Honor, New City Releasing, 1991. Lou Morgan, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992. General Wood, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Warden Laverty, Last Dance, Buena Vista, 1996. Joel Walden, Courage under Fire, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1996. Warden Nichols, Fled, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Captain Tom Pickett, Texas Ranger, Last Man Standing, New Line Cinema, 1996. District attorney, Psycho, MCA/Universal, 1998. Judge Wooley, The Last Marshal, Big Picture Entertainment Group, 1999. Linguist, Where's Marlowe?, Paramount Classics, 1999. (Uncredited) Televangelist, Gone in Sixty Seconds, Buena Vista, 2000. Dan Schuff, Lucky Numbers (also known as Le bon numero), Paramount, 2000. Morecombe, The Tailor of Panama, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Judge McNeily, I Am Sam, New Line Cinema, 2001. Agent Moore, Clockstoppers, Paramount, 2002. Police captain, Home Room, 2002. Admiral Pollack, The Sum of All Fears, Paramount, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Wolfinger, Family of Spies, CBS, 1990. Don Rubright, Love, Lies and Murder, NBC, 1991. Bob Newsom, In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness (also known as Bitter Blood), CBS, 1994. Peter Goldsmith, The Stand (also known as Stephen King's The Stand), ABC, 1994. James Byrnes, Hiroshima, Showtime, 1995. Herbert Matthews, Fidel, Showtime, 2002. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dwayne Pewe, Whattley by the Bay, CBS, 1988. Arnold Gengras, The First Gentleman, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sheriff, "The Children's Song" (also known as "Father and Son"), The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. The pilot, "Fear of Flying," Amen, 1988. Al Griswold, "Town without Pity," Newhart, 1988. Chick, "Borderline," Knots Landing, 1988. Captain, "Road Work," Dallas, CBS, 1988. Dr. Paul Stubbs, "Evolution," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1989. Sergeant Burdick, "Losing Control," Hard Time on Planet Earth, 1989. "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die: Parts 1 & 2," Mancuso, FBI, NBC, 1990. "Night of the Living Shred," Mancuso, FBI, NBC, 1990. Lars Durstin, "A Stop at Willoughby," thirtysomething, ABC, 1991. Judge Guisewite, "Back on Track," Sisters, NBC, 1993. Jack Farrer, "Married to the Job," Mad about You, NBC, 1993. Mr. Conway, "The Big Yes," Hearts Afire, CBS, 1994. Ed, "As the World Turns to Crap," Cybill, CBS, 1995. "Legend on His President's Secret Service," Legend, UPN, 1995. Health Marshal Stanley McGee, "The Virus," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Marshall Hastings, "I Love Lucy," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1997. Captain Trevor Hall, "No Surrender, No Retreat," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1997. Paul Cookson, "Tempus Fugit," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997.

Television Appearances; Series: Paul Beckstead, Wiseguy, CBS, 1987-1990. Mike Sloan, Homefront, ABC, 1991. Dr. Robert "Bob" Kelso, Scrubs, NBC, 2001—. Television Appearances; Movies: In Fashion, 1974. Priest, Heart of Steel, 1983. Clarence, Disaster at Silo 7, ABC, 1988. Colonel Lowe, Breaking Point, ABC, 1989. School board lawyer, Words to Live By, CBS, 1989. Junior Miller, The Outside Woman, ABC, 1989. Roe vs. Wade, NBC, 1989. Hal Witt, Shattered Dreams, CBS, 1990. Dr. Smith, Unconquered, CBS, 1989. Looking Glass Colonel—"Sam," By Dawn's Early Light (also known as Red Alert), HBO, 1990. Underwood, Dark Avenger, CBS, 1990. Sam Murray, Descending Angel, HBO, 1990. Bob Webb, In Broad Daylight, NBC, 1991. Frank Kearns, A Private Matter (also known as Miss Sherri), HBO, 1992. Ed Norwood, A House of Secrets and Lies, CBS, 1992. Dr. Dennis Donohue, And the Band Played On, HBO, 1993. 135

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Mr. Wheeler, "Witness/' The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 1998. Winston Thorpe, "Deadline," Early Edition, CBS, 1998. Jack Humphrey, "Legalese," Vengeance Unlimited, ABC, 1999. Robert Clark, "Revelations," Sliders, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999. Pastor Neal, "Laying Pipe," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999. Pastor Neal, "Baby, You Can Drive My Car," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999. Pastor Neal, "Tainted Love," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 2000. Jim Carroll, "Letting Go," Chicago Hope, CBS, 2000. Professor Jack Bigelow, "Dust," Sliders, Sci-Fi Channel, 2000. Mr. Kirschner/Thomas Jefferson, "Barricade," Brutally Normal, The WB, 2000. Judge William Jankowski, "Love and Money," Family Law, CBS, 2000. Judge William Jankowski, "Generations," Family Law, CBS, 2000. Deputy Chief Karras, "Medusa," The X-Files, Fox, 2001. Dr. Henry Lohman, "Running Scared," All Souls, UPN, 2001.

Also appeared as Judge, Evening Shade, CBS; Burt, High Incident; Fred Calloway, Oh Baby. Stage Appearances: A herald, King Lear, Shakespeare Theatre, Central Park, New York City, 1962. (Broadway debut) The Moon Besieged, 1962. The Duke, Big River, New York City, 1985. Reverend Winemiller, Summer and Smoke, Criterion Theatre, New York City, 1996. Also appeared as title role, Cyrano de Bergerac, title role, Hamlet, Brick, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, in The Three Sisters, The Rainmaker, The Taming of the Shrew, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and The Glass Menagerie, all Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY. Stage Director: Directed Full Length Portrait of America, Eden Court, Gun for the Roses, and Chug (one man show), all Festival of New American Plays, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

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KAIN, Khalil PERSONAL Born in New York, NY. Education: Studied film at New York University. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Sheree Cohen, Envision Entertainment, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor.

Film Appearances: Raheem, Juice (also known as Angel Town 2), Paramount, 1992. Private Roosevelt Hobbs, Renaissance Man (also known as Army Intelligence and By the Book), Buena Vista, 1994. Dion, In the Kingdom of the Blind, the Man with One Eye Is King (also known as In the Kingdom of the Blind), Arrow Video, 1995. Marvin Cox, Love Jones, New Line Cinema, 1997. Venus, The Velocity of Gary (Not His Real Name) (also known as The Velocity of Gary), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1998. Patrick, Bones, New Line Cinema, 2001. Cassius "Swope" Jones, Reality Check (also known as True Living, Reality Check Productions, 2002.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lance Battista, Lush Life, Showtime, 1996. Darnell, Girlfriends, The WB, 2000, UPN, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Zooman, Showtime, 1995. Monte, Divas, Fox, 1995. Tiger Woods at age twenty-one, The Tiger Woods Story, Showtime, 1998. Heatwave Hundley, Passing Glory, TNT, 1999. Taurus, Free of Eden, Showtime, 1999. Sister Boom Boom, Execution of Justice, Showtime, 1999. Maxwell Knight, Intimate Betrayal, Black Entertainment Television, 1999. Rudy Clay/Rahaman, All: An American Hero, Fox, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Hektor, 'The First Time/' Sirens, syndicated, 1994. Keith, "Dear John," Living Single, Fox, 1996. Keith, "Glass Ceiling/' Living Single, Fox, 1996.

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singer); married Hayley Tyson (an actress and producer), 1988. Education: Studied acting at the Drama Centre, London, England.

Abe, Keeping the Promise, CBS, 1997. Joe E. Lewis, Scandalous Me: The Jacqueline Susann Story, USA Network, 1998. Nan's Taxi, 1998. P, American Whiskey Bar, City TV, 1998. Rocky, Bone Daddy (also known as Palmer's Bones), HBO, 1998. Hooke, Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story, NBC, 1999. Dennis McBride, A Town without Christmas, CBS, 2001. Lieutenant David Thatcher, Killing Moon, 2000. Henry Bettencamp, Recipe for Murder, 2001.

Career: Actor and director. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best actor, 1994, for Cross Misconduct; Gemini Award nomination, best performance in a pre-school program or series, 1998, for The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Brian "Spinner" Spencer, Cross Misconduct, CBC, 1993. Aaron Rothenberg, The Sleep Room (also known as Le pavilion de I'oubli), Lifetime, 1998. Frank Costello, Bonanno: A Godfather's Story, Showtime, 1999. Mordechai, Haven, CBS, 2001. Arthur Freed, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, ABC, 2001.

Film Appearances: Private D. Spunkmeyer, Aliens, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Labowitz, Nightbreed (also known as Clive Barker's Nightbreed), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Nick Piccione, Hurt Penguins, 1992. Farther West, 1992. Dean, The Michelle Apts. (also known as The Michelle Apartments), 1995. Ripley, Spill (also known as Acid Death and Virus), Spill Film Productions, 1996. Crew guy, Ernest in the Army (also known as Stormin' Ernest), Active Entertainment, 1998. Volker Flenske, Hidden Agenda (also known as Secret Agenda), Spartan Home Entertainment, 1999. Hogan, Pilgrim (also known as Inferno and Pilgrim), Promark Entertainment Group, 1999. Sergei Kulekin, External Affairs, 1999. Rory, Exit Wounds, Warner Bros., 2001. Detective Garcia, Don't Say a Word, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001. Detective Danzig, The Shipping News, Miramax, 2001. Going Back, 2001. Interstate 60, Firecorp Xi Productions, Inc., 2002. Rogers, The Tuxedo, DreamWorks, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Hard Rhyme," The Hitchhiker, USA Network, 1989. "Blind Spot," Katts and Dog, CTV, 1991. Bernie Brock, "Breach of Trust," Street Legal, CBC, 1992. Bernie Brock, "After the Fall," Street Legal, CBC, 1992. Macavoy, "Hunters," Forever Knight, 1992. Terry Cox, "False Witness," Matrix, USA Network, 1993. Riki, "The Bardo," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994. Reggie Braga, "Midnight Minus One," Robocop, syndicated, 1994. Sal Franks, "Hot Pursuit," Law & Order, NBC, 1995. Professor Leon Schraft, "The Believer," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, 1997. Head guard, "Shooting Mickey," F/X: The Series, 1997. Dr. Leon Schraft, "The Egress: Part 1," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, 1998. Devin Lavern, "Nothing Like the Real Thing," Total Recall 2070, Showtime, 1999. Reporter, "All in the News," Code Name: Eternity, Channel 4 and syndicated, 2000. Omar Nassim, "The Reel Thing," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2001. Hakim Mustafa, "The Star of Nadir," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2001. Duty counsel, "The Birthday Issue," Our Hero, CBC, 2001.

Film Director: Germgirl, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Detective Louis Gardino, Due South (also known as Direction: Sud and Tandem de choc), CBS and CTV, 1994—. Television Appearances; Movies: Laurence Albert Simon, True Confections, 1991. Tommy McFain, Royce, Showtime, 1994. Raoul Lufbery, Young Indiana Jones and the Attack of the Hawkmen, ABC and Fox Family, 1995. Frankie Mirano, The Defenders: Payback, Showtime, 1997. David Boyd, Wounded, HBO, 1997.

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Murray Stone, "Dead on Time," Inspector Morse (also known as Inspector Morse, Series VII), PBS, 1992. Bryan/Jason Crenshaw, "Father to Son," Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime, Sci-Fi Channel, and syndicated, 1998. Blair, "Helpless," Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The WB, 1999. Tomek Walenski, "Orange Volvo," G vs E, USA Network, 1999. Sergei Draskovic, "Immigrant Evil," G vs E, USA Network, 2000. Dr. Harlan Edens, "The Wraps," Special Unit 2, UPN, 2001.

Stage Appearances: The Beggar's Opera, Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's Quay, Canada, 2002. Also appeared as Kaiser Haig, Oh What a Lovely War, Sam Katz, Paradise Lost, and title role, King Lear, all London productions; in Comedy of Errors, Canadian Stage Company; in Unidentified Human Remains & the True Nature of Love, New York production.

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Also appeared in episodes of The Bill and The Paradise Club.

PERSONAL Born July 1, in Leicester, England. Education: University of London, B.A., history (with honors); studied directing at Los Angeles Film School. Avocational Interests: Golf, music, reading, swimming, travel.

Film Appearances: Ian, Jungle2Jungle (also known as Un Indien a New York), Buena Vista, 1997. Chris, Folle d'elle (also known as What I Did for Love), UGC-Fox Distribution, 1998. Simon (some sources cite Lewis) Rugglesworth, The Auteur Theory, RGH/Lions Share Pictures, 1999. Steve, The Hollywood Sign (also known as Der Himmel von Hollywood), Amberlon Pictures, 2001.

Addresses: Office—c/o Enterprise, Paramount Pictures, 5555 Melrose Ave,, Los Angeles, CA 90038. Career: Actor.

Also appeared in Pigs in Clover.

Member: British Actors' Equity Association.

Stage Appearances: Four Door Saloon, 1991.

Awards, Honors: Fringe Award, best actor, for The Pitchfork Disney; Mobile Prize, for Amongst Barbarians.

Appeared as Cosmo, The Pitchfork Disney, Bush Theatre, London; also appeared in productions of Alfie, Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles; Amongst Barbarians, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, and Hampstead Theatre, London; The Best Years of Your Life, Man in the Moon Theatre, London; The Christian Brothers (solo show), England; Private Times, Library Theatre, Manchester; Rosencrantz and Gildenstern Are Dead, Bloomsbury Theatre, London; Screamers, Edinburgh Festival Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland; and in Hamlet.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Tony, Desmond's, Channel 4 (England), c. 1989-1994. Tony St. Michael, Teenage Health Freak, 1993. Mallos, a recurring role, The Immortal, syndicated, 2000-2001. Starfleet Lieutenant Malcolm "Stinky" Reed, Enterprise, UPN, 2001. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lieutenant Malcolm Reed, Enterprise: Broken Sow (also known as Star Trek Enterprise: Broken Bow), UPN, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cult Times, November, 2001. Hello!, July 23, 2002, pp. 10-14. SFX, January, 2002, pp. 44-45. Starlog, May, 2002. Star Trek Communicator, July, 2001. Star Trek Monthly, May, 2002. TV Zone, January, 2002, pp. 28-31.

Television Appearances; Movies: Owen, ChromiumBlue.com, Showtime, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ian Tilsley, "Remembrance," Casualty, BBC1 (England), 1990.

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CREDITS KEITEL, Harvey 1939Film Appearances: Soldier, Reflections in a Golden Eye, 1967. J. R., Who's That Knocking at My Door? (also known as Bring on the Dancing Girls, I Call First, and J. /?.), Brenner, 1968. Street Scenes, 1970 (documentary), 1970. Charlie, Mean Streets, Warner Bros., 1973. Ben Eberhart, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Warner Bros., 1975. Coleman Buckmaster, That's the Way of the World (also known as Shining Star), United Artists, 1975. Tony Malatesta (Speed), Mother, Jugs, and Speed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. "Sport" Matthew, Taxi Driver, Columbia, 1976. Ed Goodman, Buffalo Bill and the Indians; or, Sitting Bull's History Lesson (also known as Buffalo Bill and the Indians), United Artists, 1976. Ken Hood, Welcome to L.A., Lions Gate Films, 1977. Gabriel Feraud, The Duellists, Paramount, 1978. Jerry Bartowski, Blue Collar, Universal, 1978. Jimmy Angelelli, Fingers, Brut, 1978. Henry, Eagle's Wing, Rank, 1978. Roddy, La mort en direct (also known as Death in Full View, Death Watch, Death Watch—Der Gekaufte Tod, and Der Gekaufte Tod), Quartet, 1979. Benson, Saturn 3, Associated Film, 1979. Health, 1979. Inspector Fredrich Netusil, Bad Timing (also known as Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession), World Northal, 1980. Cat, The Border, Universal, 1981. Thomas Paine, La nuit de Varennes (also known as That Night in Varennes, The New World, and // mondo nuovo), Triumph Releasing, 1982. Mr. Legend, Nemo (also known as Dream One), Columbia, 1983. The fugitive, Une pierre dans la bouche (also known as A Stone in the Mouth), 1983. Rivas, Exposed, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Lieutenant Fred O'Connor, Corrupt (also known as Copkiller, Cop Killers, Corrupt Lieutenant, Order of Death, and Copkiller—L'assassino del poliziotti), New Line Cinema, 1983. Ed Lasky, Falling in Love, Paramount, 1984. Klever, El caballero del dragon (also known as Knight of the Dragon and Star Knight), Cinetel Films, 1985. Frankie Acquasanta, Un complicato intrigo di donne, vicoli, e delitti (also known as Camorra, a Story of Streets, Women, and Crime, Camorra: The Naples

PERSONAL Born May 13, 1939, in Brooklyn, NY; father, a hatmaker and restaurant owner; mother, a restaurant owner; companion of Lorraine Bracco (an actress), 1982-93; married Daphna Kastner (a filmmaker, actress, and writer), October 7, 2001; children: (with Bracco) Stella; (with Lisa Karmazin) Hudson. Education: Trained for the stage at Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg and Frank Corsaro; also studied with Stella Adler. Addresses: Office—Goatsingers, 179 Franklin St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10013. Agent—Endeavor, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Charles Finch, Artists Independent Network, 32 Tavistock St., London WC2E 7PB, England. Career: Actor and producer. Goatsingers, New York City, partner; Actors Studio, New York City, member of board of directors, copresident, 2000-. Appeared in commercials, including one for Johnny Walker Red Label whisky, 2000. Worked as shoe salesperson; Manhattan Criminal Court, worked as court stenographer for eight years. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, 1956-59; served in Lebanon. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: National Society of Film Critics Award, best supporting actor, 1992, for Thelma & Louise; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor, both 1992, for Bugsy; Australian Film Institute Award, best leading actor, 1993, for The Piano; Independent Spirit Award, best male lead, Independent Features Project, and International Fantasy Film Award, best actor, Fantasporto, both 1993, for Bad Lieutenant; Actor Award, IFP Gotham Awards, Independent Features Project, 1993; Film Excellence Award, Boston Film Festival, 1994; Silver Berlin Bear (special jury prize; with Wayne Wang), Berlin International Film Festival, 1995, and David Award, best foreign actor, David di Donatello Awards, 1996, both for Smoke; Peter J. Owens Award, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1996; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite 140

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Connection, A Complex Plot about Women, Alleys, and Crimes, The Naples Connection, and Vicoli e delitti), Cannon, 1985. Mickey, Off Beat, Buena Vista, 1986. Bobby DiLea, Wise Guys, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1986. La sposa americana (also known as The American Bride), 1986. Pontius Pilate, L'inchiesta (also known as The Inquiry and The Investigation), Italian International, 1987. Alonzo, The Pick-up Artist, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Penfield Gruber, Blindside, 1987. Himself, Hello Actors Studio, 1987. Down Where the Buffalo Go, 1987. Corsa in discesa, 1987. Nikolai Bukharin, Caro Gorbaciov (also known as Cordial Gorbachev and Dear Gorbachev), United International Pictures, 1988. Judas Iscariot, The Last Temptation of Christ, Universal, 1988. Grandi cacciatori (also known as The Great Hunter and White Hunter), 1988. Frank Starkey, January Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1989. Julius "Jake" Berman, The Two Jakes, Paramount, 1990. Roderick Usher, "The Black Cat," Two Evil Eyes (also known as Edgar Allan Poe and Due occhi diabolic!), Taurus Entertainment, 1990. La batalla de los tres reyes (also known as The Battle of the Three Kings, Drums of Fire, La bataille des trois mis, Bytva tryokh korolej, and Tambores de fuego), 1990. Detective John Woods, Mortal Thoughts, Columbia, 1991. Hal Slocumb, Thelma & Louise, Metro-GoldwynMayer/Pathe, 1991. Mickey Cohen, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Vince LaRocca, Sister Act, Buena Vista, 1992. Mr. White/Larry, Reservoir Dogs, Miramax, 1992. Title role, Bad Lieutenant, Aries Film Releasing, 1992. Victor, the cleaner, Point of No Return (also known as The Assassin and The Specialist), Warner Bros., 1993. Tom Graham, Rising Sun, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. George Baines, The Piano (also known as The Piano Lesson and Le lecon de piano), Miramax, 1993. Eddie Israel, Dangerous Game (also known as Snake Eyes), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. John Harris, The Young Americans, Live Home Video, 1993. Azro (some sources cite role of Shorty Kohn), Monkey Trouble (also known as Pet), New Line Cinema, 1994. Winston Wolf, Pulp Fiction, Miramax, 1994. Harry Harrelson, Somebody to Love, Legacy Releasing, 1994. Ray Weiler, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. 141

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Film Work; Executive Producer: Blue in the Face, Miramax, 1995. Three Seasons, October Films, 1999. The Grey Zone, Lions Gate Films, 2001.

Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1993. American Cinema, 1995. Himself, Leute Heute, ZDF (Germany), 2002. Himself, V Graham Norton, Channel 4, 2002.

Film Work; Other: Production assistant, Street Scenes, 1970 (documentary), 1970. Associate producer, Smoke (also known as Smoke— Raucher unter Sich), Miramax, 1995. Coproducer, Reservoir Dogs, Miramax, 1992. Producer, Dreaming of Julia, Artisan Entertainment, 2001.

Also appeared as Blue Whale patron, Dark Shadows; and in episodes of The Charlie Rose Show and Inside the Actors Studio.

Television Appearances; Movies: Seaman, Pueblo, 1973. Bugsy Siegel, The Virginia Hill Story, NBC, 1974. Solly Berliner, The Men's Club, Showtime, 1986. Voice of Second Lieutenant Donald Jacques, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (also known as Dear America), HBO, 1987. "Imagining America" (also known as "Get Your Kicks on Route 66," "Reflections of a Native Son," "This Ain't Bebop," and "Tribe"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1989. "Martin Scorsese Directs," American Masters, PBS, 1990. George, Head above Water, HBO, 1997. Elvis, Finding Graceland (also known as The Road to Grace/and), Cinemax, 1998. Brigadier General Warren "Blackie" Black, Fail Safe, CBS, 2000.

Television Appearances; Other: La bella otero, 1983. Baciami Strega, 1985.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1994. The Orange British Academy Film Awards, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Up to Thursday, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1965. Happy, Death of a Salesman, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1975. Phil, Hurlyburly, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1983-1984 then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1984, later Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1984-1985. Jake, A Lie of the Mind, Promenade Theatre, 1986. Company of Angels, Los Angeles, 1986. Goose and Tom-Tom, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1986. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: Jerry, "A Memory of Two Mondays," Great Performances, PBS, 1974. "Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio," American Masters, PBS, 1991. The 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special, NBC, 1993. Quentin Tarantino: Hollywood's Boy Wonder, BBC (England), 1994. Lee Strasberg: The Method Man, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Vanessa Redgrave, Lifetime, 1998. The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money, Bravo, 1999. The Comedy Central Presents the New York Friars Club Roast of Jerry Stiller, Comedy Central, 1999. Intimate Portrait: Holly Hunter, Lifetime, 2000.

Books: Caveney, Graham, Harvey Keitel, Bloomsbury (London), 1995. Clarkson, Wensley, Harvey Keitel: Prince of Darkness, Piatkus Books (London), 1997. Fine, Marshall, Harvey Keitel: The Art of Darkness, Fromm International (New York City), 1998. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. 5f. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Empire, Issue 53, 1993, pp. 56-57; Issue 100, 1997, p. 194. Entertainment Weekly, November-December, 1997, p. 49. Esquire, September, 1993, p. 23. Film Comment, November-December, 1992. Interview, August, 1990, p. 84; December, 1992, pp. 138-41; May, 1999, p. 60.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jerry Talaba, "Siege of Terror," Kojak, 1973. "Deadly Ambition," The F.B.I., ABC, 1974. Bryan Sullivan, "Vanessa in the Garden," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985. Frank Tanner, The Ellen Burstyn Show, 1986. 142

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KENNELL Television Appearances; Series: Corey, Nikita (also known as La Femme Nikita), USA Network, 1999. Appeared as village doctor in Amazon (also known as Peter Benchley's Amazon and Amazonas—Gefangene des Dschungels), syndicated.

KENNELL, Ron 1970Television Appearances; Episodic: Mueller, "Beyond the Missing Link/' Adventure Inc., 2002. Lenny, ''Citizen Crane," Doc, PAX, 2002. Tracker, "Symbiosis," Odyssey 5, Showtime, 2002. Frederick J. Rappaport, "Dark Road Home," Tracker, syndicated, 2002.

PERSONAL Full name, Ronald Wayne Joseph Kennell; born May 30, 1970, in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Education: George Brown College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, degree in theatre, 1992.

Television Appearances; Other: Will Somers, The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I—Red Rose of the House of Tudor (special; also known as Elizabeth I, Red Rose of the House of Tudor), HBO, 2000. Production assistant, Recipe for Murder, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—Core Group Talent, Inc., 3 Church St., Suite 507, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5E 1M2. Career: Actor. Youwannaknow.com, founding partner and producer of comedy videos for Internet broadcast. Appeared in commercials, including those for Tostitos chips, 1999.

Also appeared in Murray Maguire M.E. and Shedding Skins.

Member: Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television, and Radio Artists, Canadian Actors' Equity Association.

Film Appearances: Spasmatic man, The Third Miracle, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Mobile agent, Bait (also known as Piege), Warner Bros., 2000. Felix, Crime Spree, GFT Entertainment, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Harold Award, 1996, for contributions to small theatre in Toronto; Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination, best actor, 1999, for Monsieur D'Eon Is a Woman; Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination, outstanding performance in a featured role in a play or musical, 2002, for Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Stage Appearances: Quallupilluit, A Promise Is a Promise, Young People's Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1997. Title role, Monsieur D'Eon Is a Woman, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto, 1999. Barker, Sideshow of the Damned, Eldritch Theatre, Toronto, 1999, then in Summerworks, Factory Studio Theatre, 2001. Schmendiman, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Canadian Stage Company, Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, Toronto, 2001. Mister Musso, The Dick's a Dame, Fringe Theatre, Toronto, 2001. Title role, Aurash, Theatre Passe Muraille, then Modern Times Stage Company, Fadjir International Theatre Festival, Tehran, Iran, 2002. The Waste Land (workshop reading), Modern Times Stage Company, 2002.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Miniseries: Second reporter, Haven, CBS, 2001. Reporter at Minnelli house, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, ABC, 2001. Alcee's second friend, Feast of All Saints (also known as Anne Rice's The Feast of All Saints), ABC, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Bakery worker, Flowers for Algernon, CBS, 2000. Arthur Piggott, Final Jeopardy, ABC, 2001. Prison guard, Murder among Friends (also known as Isabella Rocks), PAX, 2001. Charlie's husband, Charms for the Easy Life, Showtime, 2002. Bar patron, The Music Man, ABC, 2002.

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Clothes, Carousel Players; as Pedro, Ines de Castro, Whetstone Theatre; as MacDuff, Macbeth, Modern Times Stage Company, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre; as Pucho, Manteca, Theatre Centre; as a guard, Medea, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre; as Apollo, The Oresteia, Equity Showcase Theatre; as Balthazar and understudy for nurse, Romeo and Juliet, Canadian Stage Company; as Benvolio, Romeo and Juliet, Canadian Stage Company; as Juniper, Under the Juniper Tree, Red House Productions; and as Fruferelli, Who's under Where, Rainbow Theatre. OTHER SOURCES Electronic:

Youwannaknow, http://www.youwannaknow.com, October 11, 2002.

KENNY, Shannon PERSONAL Born in Australia; married Nestor Carbonell (an actor), January 3, 2001; children: Rafael. Education: Attended California Institute of the Arts. Addresses: Manager—Joanna Burstein, Burstein Co., 15304 Sunset Blvd., Suite 208, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272.

Television Appearances; Other: Lady Charity, Taking Liberty (pilot), ABC, 1993. Grace, The Invaders (miniseries), The WB, 1995. Claire Keeply (The Keeper), The Invisible Man (pilot), Sci-Fi Channel, 2000.

Career: Actress. Stage actress in Los Angeles. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Debbie Halliday, Sons and Daughters, 7 Network (Australia), 1985-1987. Jeannie Collins, Savannah, The WB, 1996. Claire Keeply (The Keeper), The Invisible Man, Sci-Fi Channel, 2000.

Television Work; Movies: Additional voices, The Batman/Superman Movie (animated; also known as Batman/Superman Adventures: World's Finest), 1998. Film Appearances: Chairman's secretary, Timemaster, Antonio Salado Crespo, 1995. Krystal Lynn/Jacy Barclay, Bodily Harm, Rysher Entertainment, 1995. Car neighbor, Follow the Bitch, Pennant Productions, 1997, Gurney Releasing, 1998. Shelly, Attention Shoppers, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2000.

Also voice of Rachel Leeds, Max Steel, The WB; appeared as Jane Atkinson, Muscle, The WB. Television Appearances; Movies: Dorie, The Rockford Files: I Still Love LA., CBS, 1994. Dolly Sloan/Ivy, Purgatory, TNT, 1999. Brenda Webber, Millennium Man, UPN, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Katrina Banks, "Music Is in My Vains: Parts 1 & 2," Dream On, HBO, 1995. Nicky, Misery Loves Company, Fox, 1995.

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KNOWLES, Beyonce 1981(Beyonce, Destiny's Child) PERSONAL Full name, Beyonce Giselle Knowles; born September 4, 1981, in Houston, TX; daughter of Matthew (a manager and salesman) and Tina (a costume designer) Knowles. Religion: Methodist. Avocational Interests: Painting oils and watercolors, and cooking. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—P.O. Box 710450, Houston, TX 77210. Career: Actress and singer. Destiny's Child (singing group), lead singer.

Television Appearances; Movies: Carmen, Carmen: A Hip Hopera, MTV, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nomination (with others), best song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media, 2001, ASCAP Award (with Samuel J. Barnes), most performed songs from motion pictures, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 2002, both for Charlie's Angels.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, "A Date with Destiny/' Smart Guy, The WB, 1998. Herself, "Backstage Pass," The Famous Jett Jackson, The Disney Channel, 2000. Herself, Smap x Smap, 2001. (As Destiny's Child) Herself, "Wetten dass ... ? Aus Dresden," Wetten, dass?, 2001. Herself, Rove Live, 2001. (As Beyonce) Herself, "Work It Out," Making the Video, 2002. Guest, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002. Herself, Top of the Pops, 2002. Herself, The View, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Destiny's Child) Herself, Survivor, 2001. Foxxy Cleopatra, CIA, Austin Powers in Goldmember, New Line Cinema, 2002. Film Work: Song performer, "After All Is Said and Done/' The Best Man, Universal, 1999. (As Destiny's Child) Song performer and song coproducer, Charlie's Angels (also known as 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2000. Song performer and producer, "Thinking about You/' Scooby-Doo, Warner Bros., 2002.

Also appeared as (as Destiny's Child) herself, Revealed with Jules Asner, E! Entertainment Television; (as Destiny's Child) herself, Total Access 24/7; herself, "Becoming Destiny's Child," Becoming.

Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, VH1 Divas 2000: A Tribute to Diana Ross (also known as VH1 Divas 2000), VH1, 2000. Herself, Christmas in Rockefeller Center, 2000. Herself, 2000 Billboard Music Awards, 2000. The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards 2000, UPN, 2000. Host, The Fake ID Club, MTV, 2000. This Is Destiny's Child, Fox, 2001. Making the Movie: MTV's Hip Hop Opera: Carmen, MTV, 2001. Gale King Interviews ... On the Road with Destiny's Child, Oxygen, 2001.

RECORDINGS Albums; As Destiny's Child: The Writing's on the Wall, Sony, 1999. Survivor, Sony, 2001. This Is the Remix, Sony, 2002. Video Games: (As Destiny's Child) Destiny's Child: Say My Name Multimedia Single, 2000. 145

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WRITINGS Film Songs: "Bug a Boo" and "After All Is Said and Done," The Best Man, Universal, 1999. "Dot" and "Independent Women Part 1," Charlie's Angel (also known as 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2000. "Work It Out," Austin Powers in Goldmember, New Line Cinema, 2002. "Survivor," Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat, Paramount, 2002. "Thinking about You," Scooby-Doo, Warner Bros., 2002.

Television Work; Series: (As Larry Konner) Supervising producer, Working Girl, NBC, 1990. Creator, Almost Grown, CBS, 1988. WRITINGS Screenplays: The Legend of Bit lie Jean, TriStar, 1985. The Jewel of the Nile, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. (From story) Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Warner Bros., 1987. The In Crowd, Orion, 1988. Desperate Hours, Metro-Go I dwyn-Mayer, 1990. (From story; with others) Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Paramount, 1991. For Love or Money, United International, 1993. Cop and a Half, Universal, 1993. (From story) The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1993. Mercury Rising, United International, 1998. Mighty Joe Young (also known as Mighty Joe), Buena Vista, 1998. Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, August, 2001, p. 84.. Jet, December 24, 2001, p. 16; June 24, 2002, p. 38. Newsweek, July 29, 2002, p. 52. People Weekly, May 14, 2001, p. 152; August 12, 2002, p. 75. Teen Magazine, March, 2001, p. 56.

KONNER, Lawrence (Larry Konner, Lawrence M. Konner)

Television Movies: Stephen King's "Sometimes They Come Back" (also known as Sometimes They Come Back), CBS, 1991.

PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Endeavor, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA90212.

Film Work: Co-producer, The Legend of Billie Jean, TriStar, 1985. Producer, The In Crowd, Orion, 1988. Director, One Thing I Know, 1995.

Television Episodes: "Such Sweet Sorrow/' Family, 1976. (With Emily Shoemaker; and story) 'The Cradle Will Fall/ Family, 1976. (As Lawrence M. Konner; story only) 'The Fighter/' Little House on the Prairie (also known as Little House: A New Beginning), NBC, 1977. (As Lawrence M. Konner) "The Wolves," Little House on the Prairie (also known as Little House: A New Beginning), NBC, 1977. (As Larry Konner; with Michael Gleason) "Steele Eligible," Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. "Second Opinion," The Sopranos, HBO, 2001. (With others) "The Army of One," The Sopranos, HBO, 2001.

Television Work; Movies: (As Larry Konner) Producer, Not Just Another Affair (also known as Perfect Affair), CBS, 1982.

Television Pilots: Almost Grown, CBS, 1988. Working Girl, NBC, 1990.

Career: Writer, producer, and director. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding writing for a drama series, 2001, for The Sopranos. CREDITS

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Born in Minneapolis, MM; married; wife's name Megan; children: one son. Education: Brown University, graduated; New York University, M.F.A.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Tony Beche, "Temptation Eyes—February 1, 1985," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992. Joe, "Old Insurance Dodge," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1993. Meyer the Fryer, "An Old Friend for Dinner," Danger Theatre, Fox, 1993. Brad (some sources cite Steven) Wilczek, "Ghost in the Machine," The X-Files, Fox, 1993. Eli, "To Have and Have Not," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1993. Talaxian prisoner, "Faces," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1995. Arnold Sitkowitz (some sources cite Arthur), "Just Say Noah," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1995. George Donaldson, "Sorry, Wong Suspect," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. Dr. Kinney, "Running for Carly," The John Larroquette Show, NBC, 1996. Kafar, "False Profits," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1996. Ralph Mazey, "Unsoiled Sovereignty," Profiler, NBC, 1996. Mr. Xybo, "The Return of Maggie Beckett," Sliders, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999. Manticore doctor, "The Kidz Are Aiight," Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Talaxian Council Regent Oxilon, "Homestead," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 2001. Engel, "Proof of Purchase," Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Roger Krieger, "Listen," Mysterious Ways, PAX, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Geneva Bray, GVA Talent Agency, 9229 Sunset Blvd., Suite 320, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Manager—Elizabeth Hodgson, Hodgson Management, 500-525 Seymour St., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6B 3H7. Career: Actor and director. Cocreator of the film installation project "Journey into Fear." Lecturer at Colorado College and for overseas program in Florence, Italy, University of California, Los Angeles; conducted field research on dance, theatre, and masked performance in India. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best supporting actor in a dramatic series, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2001, for "Asylum/' First Wave. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Eddie "Crazy Eddie" Nambulous/Larry Pisinski, First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1998-2000. Appeared as Dave in the series The Amazing Live SeaMonkeys.

Appeared as Joseph Dougherty, "PM Turn," an episode of Sirens; and as Barry Lowell in an episode of High Incident; also appeared in episodes of Ask Harriet, Frank Leaves for the Orient, and Taken.

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Television Appearances; Other: Watcher, Running Delilah (also known as Robospy), 1994. Sheldon Burger, Monk (pilot), USA Network, 2002.

Periodicals: Dream Watch, May, 2000, pp. 42-45. TV Zone, January, 2000, pp. 50-53.

Television Director; Episodic: 'legacy/' First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999. ''Underworld/' First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 2000.

Electronic: Rob LaBelle, http://www.roblabelle.com, October 8, 2002.

Film Appearances: Voice of dad, He Was Once, Zeitgeist Films, 1989. Jay Wete, Poison, Zeitgeist Films, 1991. Barman, Man Trouble, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Bill Lives, The Temp, Paramount, 1993. Phil Spector, What's Love Got to Do with It, Buena Vista, 1993. Terrance "Terry" Feinstein, New Nightmare (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street 7 and Wes Craven's New Nightmare), New Line Cinema, 1994. Security guard, Speechless, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,

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PERSONAL Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Education: Studied acting at the National Theatre School of Canada; also attended Concordia University.

1994. James Wakeley, City Hall, Columbia, 1996. Stone, Jack Frost, A-pix Entertainment, 1997. Baker, Memorial Day, Artisan Entertainment, 1998. Minister, Goodbye Lover, Warner Bros., 1999. Sheldon Kasner, The Burial Society, Seville Pictures, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Special Artist Agency, 345 North Maple Dr., Suite 302, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor and director. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, 1995, for 5freef Legal; Gemeaux Award nomination, meilleure interpretation masculine dans un role de soutien: Serie ou emission dramatique, 1999, for Omerta: Le dernier des hommes d'honneur.

Also appeared in the films Brotherhood, Late for Dinner, The Prince of Mulberry Street, Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story, and Suspiria. Stage Appearances: Gurney and monk, King John, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1988. Soldier, Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1989-1990.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Amelia's date, Happy Birthday to Me, Columbia, 1981. Salesman, The Surrogate (also known as Blind Rage), Cinema International Canada, 1984. George, The Gunrunner, New World Video, 1984. Gabe's Armie, 1986. Dink, Wild Thing, Atlantic Releasing Corp., 1987. The Last Straw, 1987. Without Work: Killing Time, National Film Board of Canada, 1988. Brin James, Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveler (also known as L'albuminable homme des timbres and Les aventuriers du timbre perdu), 1988. Gary Hull, Criminal Law, Hemdale Film Corp., 1988. Jesus de Montreal (also known as Jesus of Montreal), Orion Classics, 1989. Sheriff J. J. Johnston, The Carpenter, Republic Pictures Corp., 1989. Cal, Blind Fear, Academy Video, 1989. The Light Brigade, 1989.

Appeared as Teddy, When You Coming Back Red Ryder?, Westbeth Theatre, New York City; also appeared in productions of Anais and Henry, Beau Jest, Coriolanus, Public Theatre, The Odyssey, and Sincerity Forever. Stage Work: Director of productions of Anais and Henry, The Maids, and Statement after an Arrest under the Immorality Act WRITINGS Stage: Coauthor of the play Anais and Henry. 148

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Matthew Gordon, No Ordinary Baby, Lifetime, 2001. Moody, All Around the Town (also known as Mary Higgins Clark's All Around the Town), 2002.

A Touch of Murder, 1990. Dr. Kattenberg, Princes in Exile, Fries Entertainment, 1990. Vladimir Spratz, Cursed (also known as Pouvoir obscur)f 1990. Peter Maguire, Clearcut, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1991. Pierre, La vie fantome (also known as Phantom Life), 1992. Double or Nothing: The Rise and Fall of Robert Campeau, 1992. John Westhill, The Neighbor, 1993. Harold, Spike of Love, 1994. Byron Scott, Replikator, 1994. Father, A Boy's Own Story, 1997. Dan Collins, A Map of the World, USA Films, 1999.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rossano, Spearfield's Daughter, Fox, 1986. Mackinlay Brooks, Degree of Guilt, NBC, 1995. Gino Favara, Omerta II—La loi du silence, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Will Dannon, Long Island Fever, ABC, 1995. Dr. Oliver Crane, Doc, PAX, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: "My Enemy/' The Hitchhiker, HBO, 1988. Frank, "Otherwise Inflicted/' E.N.G., Lifetime and CTV, 1990. Paul Daniels, "The Pied Piper/' War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1990. Trenton, "The Tin Man," Robocop, syndicated, 1994. Mr. Nichols, "Chicago Holiday: Parts 1 & 2," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1994. Side Effects, CBC, 1995. John Grant, "Tek Posse," TekWar, syndicated, 1995. "Angel Falling," Sirens, ABC, 1995. Nicky Vincent, "Dingo," F/X: The Series, syndicated,

Television Appearances; Series: Brian Malony, Street Legal, CBC, 1990-1994. Gus Danzig, Catwalk, MTV and syndicated, 1994. Gino Favara, Omerta, la loi du silence (also known as Omerta), 1996. Del Sutton, Wind at My Back, CBC, c. 1997-1999. Gino Favara, Omerta—Le dernier des hommes d'honneur (also known as Omerta 3), 1999. Drake Taylor, Live through This, MTV and YTV, 2000. Dr. Oliver Crane, Doc, PAX, 2001—.

1996. Colin Blackwell, "Werewolf Skin: Parts 1 & 2," Goosebumps, Fox, 1997. Jeff Schmitt, "The Water Is Wide," Black Harbour, CBC,

Television Appearances; Movies: Mick, The Blue Man (also known as Eternal Evil), 1985. Rusty, Shades of Love: The Emerald Tear, 1988. Fenske, Red Earth, White Earth (also known as Snake Treaty), CBS, 1989. Carey Parker, The Phone Call, 1989. Pete Sheppard, The Return of Eliot Ness, NBC, 1991. Matrisciana, The Diamond Fleece, USA Network, 1992. Reporter, Bonds of Love, CBS, 1993. Tom Armour, Vanished (also known as Danielle Steel's "Vanished'), NBC, 1995. The police chief, The Possession of Michael D. (also known as Legacy of Evit), Fox, 1995. Paul Taylor, Ebbie, TNT, 1995. Snyder, Iron Eagle IV, HBO, 1995. Tim, The Deliverance of Elaine, CBS, 1996. Dad, Shadow Zone: The Undead Express, Showtime,

1997. Carmine, "Last Temptation of Vic," Once a Thief, 1998. Chief Phil Pratt, "Heartland," Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, 1998. Larry Conley, "Home Invasions," The Practice, ABC, 1999. Ira Janos, "The Seven Deadly Sins," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999. Del Sutton, "The Shadow Boxer," Wind at My Back, CBC and Odyssey, 2000. Van Dreema, "The Heir," Largo Winch, 2001. Also appeared as voice of Glenn, Free Willy (animated); Delaney, Secret Service.

1996. Sergeant Bill Bell, Lies He Told, ABC, 1997. Nicholas Anton, Giving Up the Ghost, Lifetime, 1998. Escape from Mars, UPN, 1998. Orsini, John Woo's Once a Thief: Family Business, TMC, 1998. Mickey Sherman, Crime in Connecticut: The Story of Alex Kelly, CBS, 1999. James (Amanda's dad), Sea People, Showtime, 1999. Van Dreema, Largo Winch: The Heir (also known as Largo Winch—Gefaehrliches Erbe), 2001.

Television Director; Episodic: "Sea No Evil," Doc, PAX, 2001. Stage Appearances: Appeared in One Eyed Kings, Tarragon Theatre, Canada; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Brighton Beach Memoirs, and Scarpone, all Centaur Theatre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Death and the Maiden, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal. 149

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LEDFORD, John PERSONAL Addresses: Office—A.D. Vision, Inc., 5750 Bintliff, #216, Houston, TX 77036.

WRITINGS

Career: Executive producer and collaborator. A.D. Vision, president and chief executive officer, 1992—.

Film Writer: Part of collaborative process, Sin: The Movie (animated), ADV Films, 2000.

CREDITS Film Executive Producer: Teito taisen (animated; also known as Battle in the Capital and Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis), ADV Films, 1989. (English dub) Golden Boy: Sasurai no o~benkyo yaro (animated short film; also known as Golden Boy and Yuka ni omakase), ADV Films, 1995. (English dub) Sakura taisen (animated; also known as Sakura Wars), ADV Films, 1997. City Hunter: The Motion Picture (animated), 1998. New Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning (animated), 1998. Slayers: The Motion Picture (animated), 1998. (English dub) Arc the Lad (animated), Bang Zoom! Entertainment, 1999. 5/n: The Movie (animated), ADV Films, 2000. Spriggan (animated), ADV Films, 2002.

LeDOUX, Trish PERSONAL Addresses: Office—Viz Video, Viz Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 77010, San Francisco, CA 94107. Career: Writer, translator, and voice performer. Viz Communications, Inc., San Francisco, CA, senior editor and song translator. Awards, Honors: Shared Harvey Award nominations, best American edition of foreign material, 1995, for Maison Ikkoru, Ranma 1/2, and Sanctuary.

Television Executive Producer; Series: (English version) Shin seiki evangel ion (animated),

1995.

CREDITS

(English version) Ruin Explorers (animated), 1995. (English dub) Neon Genesis Evangelion (animated), 1995-1996, 1997. Burn-Up W (animated), 1996. Golden Boy (animated), 1996. Gunsmith Cats (animated), 1996. Miyuki-chan in Wonderland (animated), 1996. Plastic Little (animated), 1997. Dirty Pair Flash (animated), 1998. Dirty Pair Flash: Mission 2 (animated), 1998. Dirty Pair Flash: Mission 3 (animated), 1998. (English dub) Majutsushi Orphen Muboulhen (animated; also known as Sorcerous Stabber Orphen), 1998. (English version) Gasaraki (animated), 1998. Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 (animated), 1999. Martian Successo Nadesico (animated), 1999. Original Dirty Pair (animated), 1999. Queen Emeraldas (animated), 1999. Sakura Wars (animated), 1999. Arc the Lad (animated), 2000. Gasaraki (animated), 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials: Masters of Fantasy: The Anime Filmmakers/ Sci-Fi Channel, 1998. RECORDINGS Anime Videos: Voice of Reiko Chiba, Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, Viz Video, 1995. WRITINGS Anime Videos; English Scripts: (And English lyrics) Ranma 1/2 OAV (twelve episodes), Viz Video, 1993. (With Toshifumi Yoshida and Terry Klassen) Ranma 1/2: Season /, Viz Video, 1993.

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(With Doug Ranney) Complete Anime Guide: Japanese Animation Film Directory and Resource Guide, Tiger Mountain Press, 1996, revised edition, 1997. (Editor) Anime Interviews: The First Five Years of Animerica, Anime, and Manga Monthly (1992-97), Viz Communications, 1997.

Ranma 1/2: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China, Viz Video, 1994. Ranma 1/2: Nihao My Concubine, Viz Video, 1994. (And English lyrics) Ranma 1/2—Anything Goes (season 2), Viz Video, 1995. Additional dialogue and English lyrics, Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf, Viz Video, 1995. Additional dialogue and English lyrics, Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle, Viz Video, 1995. Additional dialogue and English lyrics, Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, Viz Video, 1995. Ranma 1/2—Hard Battle (season 3), Viz Video, 1996. Galaxy Express 999, Viz Video, 1996. Adieu Galaxy Express 999, Viz Video, 1996. Please Save My Earth, Viz Video, 1996. (And coauthor of English lyrics) Key the Metal Idol, Viz Video, 1997. Ranma 1/2—Outta Con fro/(season 4), Viz Video, 1998. (With Yoshida) Vampire Hunter (also known as Night Warriors—Darkstalkers' Revenge), Viz Video, 1998. Ranma 1/2—Martial Mayhem (season 5), Viz Video, 1999. Video Girl Ai, Viz Video, 1999. A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation (also known as Xiao Qian), Viz Video, 2000. Ranma 1/2—Random Rhapsody (season 6), Viz Video, 2001. Inu Yasha, Viz Video, 2002.

Senior editor of Adolf (also known as Adolf Ni Tsugu and Tell Adolf), Volumes 1-5, Cadence Books; translator, The Anime Cafe, Viz Video. Editor in chief, Animerica; past member of editorial staff, Animag.

LEE, Stan 1922PERSONAL Original name, Stanley Martin Lieber; born December 28, 1922, in New York, NY; son of Jack (a dress cutter) and Celia (maiden name, Solomon) Lieber; married Joan Clayton Boocock, December 5, 1947; children: Joan, Jan (deceased). Addresses: Office—Stan Lee Media, 10390 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 220, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Writer, producer, and actor. Marvel Comics (formerly Timely Comics then Atlas Comics), Los Angeles, CA, editorial assistant and copywriter, 1939-42, editor, 1942-72, publisher and editorial director, 1972-97, chairman, 1997-98, then chairman emeritus, Marvel Media, 1998—; Stan Lee Media (an animation company), cofounder, chairman, and chief creative officer, 1999-2002. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, adjunct professor of popular culture; gives lectures on college campuses. Military service: U.S. Army, 1942-45; became sergeant.

Author of English script for Chinese Ghost Story, Pioneer Animation, and (with Yoshida) Otaku no Video, AnimEigo. Many of these videos were originally broadcast in Japanese as television series. Anime Videos; Editor of English Scripts: Ranma 1/2, Viz Video, 1993. Executive script editor (with Toshifumi Yoshida), Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf, Viz Video, 1995. Executive script editor (with Yoshida), Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle, Viz Video, 1995. Executive script editor (with Yoshida), Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, Viz Video, 1995. Executive script editor, Key the Metal Idol, Viz Video, 1997.

Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, National Cartoonists Society, Academy of Comic Book Arts (founder and president), Friars Club. Awards, Honors: Six Alley Awards, 1963-68; award from the Society for Comic Art Research and Preservation, 1968; Eureka Award, II Targa, Milan, Italy, 1970, for world's best comic writing; Annual Award, Popular Culture Association, 1974; Publisher of the Year Award, Periodical and Book Association of America, 1978; award from the Academy of Comic Book Arts; honorary degree, Bowling Green State University; Lifetime Achievement Award, Burbank International Children's Film Festival, 2000; Life Career Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 2002.

Also editor of Maison Ikkoru and Sanctuary, both Viz Video. Many of these videos were originally broadcast in Japanese as television series. Other: (With Rumiko Takahashi, Gerard Jones, Toshifumi Yoshida, and others) Ranma 1/2 (comic book), Viz Communications (San Francisco, CA), Volume 1, 1993, Volumes 2-3, 1995, Volumes 7 and 9, 1997, Volume 10, 1998. 151

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"Real Life Superheroes," Turn Ben Stein On (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001. To Tell the Truth, syndicated, 2001. Voice of himself, "I Am Furious Yellow," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 2002.

Film Appearances: New York's narrator, //an O1 (also known as The Year 01), Cinemas Associes, 1972. Dickie band member, 18 Again, New World, 1988. Comic Book Confidential, VCI Home Video, 1988. Marvel Comics editor, The Ambulance, Triumph Releasing, 1990. Jugular Wine: A Vampire Odyssey, El Video, 1994. (Uncredited) Himself, Mallrats, Gramercy, 1995. (Uncredited) Opening narration, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part 4, Troma, 1999. Hot dog vendor, X-Men, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. The priest, The Adventures of Cinderella's Daughter, Creative Light Worldwide, 2000. (Uncredited) Times Square man, Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002. Stan Lee's Mutants, Monsters, and Marvels, Creative Light Worldwide, 2002.

Also appeared in The Dennis Miller Show, syndicated. Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Stan Lee: The Comix-Man! (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Super Heroes (documentary), The Learning Channel,

1999. Interviewee, X-Men: The Mutant Watch, Fox, 2000. Spider-Mania (documentary), 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Jury foreman, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989. Narrator, Pryde of the X-Men (animated), Fox, 1989.

Film Executive Producer: Captain America, Columbia, 1991. Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998. X-Men, 2000. Blade II, New Line Cinema, 2002. (And executive consultant) Spider-Man, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002.

Television Executive Producer; Series: (And creator) X-Men (animated), Fox, 1992. Biker Mice from Mars (animated; also known as Marvel Action Universe: Biker Mice from Mars), syndicated, 1993. (And creator) Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1994. (And co-executive producer and creator) Iron Man (animated), syndicated, 1994. (And co-executive producer and creator) Fantastic Four (animated), syndicated, 1994. (And creator) The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The Incredible Hulk & Friends), UPN,

Film Work: Executive consultant, The Punisher, 1989. Television Appearances; Series: Narrator, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (animated), NBC, 1981. Narrator, The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The All New Incredible Hulk), NBC, 1982. Host, The Fantastic Four (also known as The Marvel Action Hour: The Fantastic Four), syndicated, 1994. Host and voice of Stan "the Man" Lee, Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1994. Izayus, The Seventh Portal, 2000.

1996. (And creator) Silver Surfer (animated), Fox, 1998. The Avengers (animated), Fox, 1999. (And character designer) X-Men: Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000. Television Work; Series: Production consultant, Spider-Man (animated; also known as The Amazing Spider-Man), ABC, 1967. Creator, Spider-Woman (animated), ABC, 1979. Producer, The Accuser, 2000.

Also appeared as host, Biker Mice from Mars (animated; also known as Marvel Action Universe: Biker Mice from Mars), syndicated; host, Iron Man (animated; also known as Marvel Action Hour: Iron Man), syndicated.

Television Work; Movies: Consultant to the producers, The Incredible Hulk Returns, NBC, 1988. Consultant, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989. Consultant to the producers, The Death of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1990. Executive Producer, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (animated; also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice of Mr. Walters, The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The Incredible Hulk & Friends), UPN, 1996. Voice of Stan "the Man" Lee, "Spider Wars, Chapter 2: Farewell Spider-Man," Spider-Man (animated), Fox, 1998. 152

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(From characters) Spider-Man (animated; also known as The Amazing Spider-Man), ABC, 1967. (From characters) The Fantastic Four (animated), ABC, 1967. (From comic book) Mighty Thor (animated), syndicated, 1967. (From characters) The Incredible Hulk (animated), CBS, 1978. (From characters) The Amazing Spider-Man (animated; also known as Spider- Man), CBS, 1978. (From characters) Spider-Man (animated; also known as Spiderman 2000 and Spiderman), NBC, 1981. (From characters) The Incredible Hulk (also known as The All New Incredible Hulk), NBC, 1982. (From characters) The Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: The Fantastic Four), syndicated, 1994. (From characters) The Incredible Hulk, UPN, 1996. (From comic books) Spider-Man: The Animated Series (animated), 2002.

Television Work; Pilots: Marvel Comics consultant, The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1977. Consultant, Captain America, CBS, 1979. Executive producer, Generation X, Fox, 1996. Radio Appearances: Narrator, The Fantastic Four, syndicated, 1975. RECORDINGS Video Games: Narrator, Spider-Man, Activision, 2000. Stan Lee, Spider-Man 2 Enter: Electro, Activision, 2001. WRITINGS Screenplays: (From comic and characters) The Fantastic Four, New Horizons, 1994. (From comic book characters) X-Men, 2000. (From comic book) Spider-Man, Columbia, 2002.

Television Episodes: "A Monster among Us," The New Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Fabulous Fantastic Four and The Fantastic Four), NBC, 1978. (With Gerry Conway and John Semper) "Night of the Lizard," Spider-Man (animated) Fox, 1994. (Story only; with Avi Arad) "The Alien Costume: Part 1," Spider-Man (animated) Fox, 1995.

Film Songs:

"Stukas over Disney Land/' Gleaming the Cube, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. "You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)" and "She's a Hunchback," 18 Again, New World, 1988.

Also wrote "The Menace of Magneto," "Medusa and the Inhumans," "The Mole Man," "The Fantastic Four Meet Doctor Doom," "The Final Victory of Doctor Doom," "Blastarr, The Living Bomb Burst," and stories for "The Phantom of Film City," "The Diamond of Doom," "The Frightful Four," and "The Impossible Man," all episodes of The New Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Fabulous Fantastic Four and The Fantastic Four), NBC.

Television Movies: (From comics) The Amazing Spider-Man (also known as Spider-Man), CBS, 1977. (From characters) The Incredible Hulk: Married (also known as Bride of the Incredible Hulk), 1978. (From characters) Captain America, CBS, 1979. (From characters) Captain America II: Death Too Soon, CBS, 1979. (From characters) The Incredible Hulk Returns, NBC, 1988. (From characters) The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989. (From characters) The Death of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1990.

Television Music; Series: (Lyrics) Defenders of the Earth, syndicated, 1986. Books: The Mighty Thor, Lancer Books, 1966. Spider-Man Collector's Album, Lancer Books, 1966. Origins of Marvel Comics, Simon Schuster, 1974. Son of Origins of Marvel Comics, Simon Schuster, 1975. Bring on the Bad Guys: Origins of Marvel Villains, Simon Schuster, 1976. The Superhero Women, Simon Schuster, 1977. The Best ofSpidey Super Stories, Simon Schuster, 1978. (With John Buscema) How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way, Simon Schuster, 1978. The Incredible Hulk, Simon Schuster, 1978.

Television Pilots: (From comic) The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1977. (From comic book) Dr. Strange, CBS, 1978. Television Series: (From characters) Hulk (animated; also known as The Incredible Hulk)f syndicated, 1966. (From comic) Captain America (animated), syndicated, 1966. 153

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The Silver Surfer, Simon Schuster, 1978. Marvel's Greatest Superhero Battles, Simon Schuster, 1978. Doctor Strange, Simon Schuster, 1979. The Fantastic Four, Simon Schuster, 1979. Captain America, Simon Schuster, 1979. Stan Lee Presents the Best of the Worst, Harper, 1979. The Complete Adventures of Spider-Man, Simon Schuster, 1979. (Presenter) The Uncanny X-Men, Marvel Comics (New York), 1984. (With John Buscema) Marvel Masterworks Presents the Silver Surfer, Marvel Comics, 1991. (With Jack Kirby) Marvel Masterworks Presents Thor, Marvel Comics, 1991. Editor, The Ultimate Spider-Man, Byron Preiss Multimedia (New York), 1994. Editor, The Ultimate Silver Surfer, Byron Preiss Multimedia (New York), 1995. Editor, The Ultimate Super-Villains, Byron Preiss Multimedia (New York), 1996. (With Kurt Busiek) Editor, Untold Tales of Spider-man, Byron Preiss Multimedia (New York), 1997. (With Peter David) Editor, The Ultimate Hulk, Byron Preiss Multimedia (New York), 1998. (With George Mair) Excelsior!: The Amazing Life of Stan Lee (autobiography), Fireside, 2002.

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PERSONAL Addresses: Manager—Stephen Hatton Management, Suite 24, London Fruit and Wool Exchange, Brushfield St., London E1 6HB, England. Career: Director, writer, and actor. Sideshow Cinema, owner, 1987—. Awards, Honors: B-Movie Award, best B-movie villain, B-Movie Film Festival, 1999, for Braindrainer.

CREDITS Film Director: Loons, 1991. CutThroats, 1994. Sick Time, Sideshow Cinema, 1995. Potential Sins, 1997. (As Mike Legge) "Alien Abductee Interviews," Alien Agenda: Under the Skin, 1997. Stumped, 1998. "Dryer Straits," Creaturealm: Demons Wake, 1998. Braindrainer, 1999.

Other Writings: Wrote a number of syndicated comic strips, including "My Friend Irma," 1952; "Mrs. Lyons' Cubs/' 1957-58; "Willie Lumpkin," 1960; "The Incredible Hulk"; and "Spider-Man." Also wrote articles for periodicals.

Film Appearances: CutThroats, 1994. Malcolm, Sick Time, Sideshow Cinema, 1995. Potential Sins, 1997. Braindrainer, 1999. Mr. Wahl, The Girls from H.A.R.M.!, Provisional, 2000.

ADAPTATIONS Much of Stan Lee's work has been adapted for television and film, including The Incredible Hulk (television series), CBS, and television specials featuring SpiderMan, Doctor Strange, and Captain America.

WRITINGS OTHER SOURCES

Screenplays: Loons, 1991. CutThroats, 1994. Sick Time, Sideshow Cinema, 1995. Potential Sins, 1997. (As Mike Legge) "Alien Abductee Interviews," Alien Agenda: Under the Skin, 1997. Stumped, 1998. "Dryer Straits," Creaturealm: Demons Wake, 1998. Braindrainer, 1999.

Books: St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Animation World Magazine, July, 1997. Comic Book Marketplace, July, 1998, pp. 28-54. Time, February 14, 2000. 154

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Kathleen Gilfords, "Bad Timing/' Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Gideon Oliver (also known as The ABC Monday Mystery Movie), ABC, 1989. Alice Sutton, "Sweeps," Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Emma Bradford, "Emma," Legacy, UPN, 1998. Emma Bradford, "The Search Party," Legacy, UPN, 1998. Sherri Quinn, "Who Let the Dogs Out?," Law & Order, NBC, 2001.

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Born September 14, 1960, in New York, NY; daughter of Arnold (an editor and fisherman) and Peggy (a teacher) Leo; children: (with John Heard, an actor) John Matthew Leo. Education: Attended the State University of New York, Purchase; studied acting at the Mount View Theatre School, London.

Film Appearances:

Cookie, Streetwalkin' (also known as City Streets and Cookie), Concorde, 1984. Peggy, Always (But Not Forever) (also known as Always), Samuel Goldwyn, 1985. Ladykiller, 1986. Judith "Mama" Baer, Deadtime Stories (also known as Freaky Fairytales and Freaky Film Tales), Cinema Group, 1987. Josie Larraneta, A Time of Destiny, Columbia, 1988. By a Thread, 1991. Hannah, Immaculate Conception, Barcino Barcino, 1992. Peggy, VeniceA/enice, Rainbow Releasing, 1992. Mrs. Grey, The Ballad of Little Jo, Fine Line, 1993. Elizabeth, The Garden, 1994. Kathy, Under the Bridge, Athos, 1995. Trish Axel rod, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Rainbow Releasing, 1995. Herself, Who Is Henry Jaglom?, 1996. Code of Ethics, 1997. Dr. Suzanne Pincus, The 24 Hour Woman, Artisan Entertainment/The Shooting Gallery, 1999. Sigrid Anderssen, Fear of Fiction, Pow Wow, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90069-3604. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Daytime Emmy Award nomination, outstanding ingenue/woman in a drama series, 1985, for All My Children.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series:

Linda Warner, All My Children, ABC, 1984-1985. Emma Shannon, The Young Riders, ABC, 1989-1990. Detective (later Sergeant) Kay Howard, Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as H: LOTS and Homicide), NBC, 1993-1997. Television Appearances; Movies:

Patti Mullen, S/7ent Witness, NBC, 1985. Rebecca Hecht, Kennonite, ABC, 1989. Nasty Boys, NBC, 1989. Mary Margaret, The Bride in Black, ABC, 1990. (As Melissa Chessington Leo) Cassie, Carolina Skeletons, NBC, 1991. Carol Manning, In the Line of Duty: Hunt for Justice (also known as In the Line of Duty: Trackdown), NBC, 1995. Sergeant Kay Howard, Homicide: The Movie, NBC, 2000.

Stage Appearances:

Understudy and leading role, Will Mr. Meriwether Return from Memphis?, Key West, FL, 1981. Don Juan, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1982. Cinders, Public Theatre, New York City, 1984. Myst, Out of Gas on Lover's Leap, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, New York City, 1985. Annie llchak, Today I Am a Fountain Pen, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1985-1986. Sophie Scholl, The White Rose, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, 1991. Sara Melody, A Touch of the Poet, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1991-1992. L'il Bit, How I Learned to Drive, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1998. Dessa, Tongue of a Bird, Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1999.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Suellen O'Hara Benteen, Scarlett, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic:

Irina, 'The Defector/' The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Mary Hamilton, "Mary Hamilton/' Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986.

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Audio Books: ... And Never Let Her Go: Thomas Capano, the Deadly Seducer, Simon & Schuster Audio, 1999. Ashes to Ashes, Simon & Schuster Audio, 1999. (With Jeremy Piven) 2nd Chance, Time Warner AudioBooks, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Karen Wolek, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1977-1983. Angela Bower, Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1984-1992. Dianne Doolan, Phenom, ABC, 1993-1994. Sara Campbell, The Simple Life, CBS, 1998. Elizabeth Donnelly, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC and USA Network, 2002.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, December 4, 1995, pp. 101-102; December 9, 1996, p. 159.

Television Appearances; Movies: Marsha Sarno, Intimate Agony, ABC, 1983. Cathy Proctor, Dangerous Affection (also known as Stamp of a Killer), NBC, 1987. Vicki Vine, My Boyfriend's Back, NBC, 1989. Jeanne White, The Ryan White Story, ABC, 1989. Laura Simmons, In Defense of a Married Man, ABC, 1990. Marie Hilley/Robbi/Teri, Wife, Mother, Murderer—The Marie Hilley Story (also known as Wife, Mother, Murderer), ABC, 1991. Laura MacAffrey, Men Don't Tell, CBS, 1993. Alice Needham, Against Their Will: Women in Prison (also known as Against Their Will and Caged Seduction: The Shocking True Story), ABC, 1994. Barbara Noel, Betrayal of Trust (also known as Under the Influence), NBC, 1994. Janice Mitchell, Lady Killer, CBS, 1995. Lisa McKeever, A Husband, a Wife, and a Lover (also known as No Easy Answers and A Strange Affair), CBS, 1996. Anne Lynn Lerner, A Step toward Tomorrow (also known as Snakes and Ladders), CBS, 1996. Irene McNair, Murder at My Door (also known as Dead Giveaway), Fox, 1996. Diana Donahue, Too Close to Home (also known as Mother's Love), CBS, 1997. Major Carmen Travis, Carriers, CBS, 1998.

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PERSONAL Original name, Judith Ellen Licht; born February 9, 1949, in Trenton, NJ; daughter of Sidney (an accountant) and Pearl Sue (a model; maiden name, Hollander) Light; married Robert Desiderio (an actor), January 1, 1985. Education: Carnegie-Mellon University, B.F.A. (drama), 1970. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress. United Service Organizations, member of European tour, 1968; California Shakespeare Festival, member of company, 1969; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wl, member of company, 1970-72, guest artist, 1972-73; Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, member of company, 1972-73; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, member of company, 1973-74. Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, member of board of directors; Project Angel Food (home care organization), member.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Laetitia "Tish" Palmerance, "Monkey on a String/' Kojak, CBS, 1977. Barbara Lockiner, "Dog Day Hospital," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983. Stacey Hughes, "Not an Affair to Remember," Family Ties, NBC, 1983. Mississippi, CBS, 1984. Clarissa Custer, "Dreams of Steele," Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. Famous People/Private Lives, syndicated, 1989. Voice of Ursula Bacon "Honey" Chicken, "They Craved Duckman's Brain!," Duckman, USA Network,

Member: Screen Actors Guild, Actors7 Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Daytime Emmy awards, best actress in a daytime drama, 1980 and 1981, Soapy awards, best actress, 1980 and 1981, and Hall of Fame Award, Daytime TV, 1981, all for One Life to Live; Vision Award, GLAAD Media Awards, 1998.

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Voice of Ursula Bacon "Honey" Chicken, "Cock Tales for Four," Duckman, USA Network, 1996. Christine, "O Mother, Where Art Thou?," Spin City, ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: The Love Boat Fall Preview Party, ABC, 1984. In a New Light, ABC, 1992. How I Spent My Summer Vacation, ABC, 1993. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. Segment host, ABC's 40th Anniversary Special, ABC,

Major Tours: Dr. Vivian Bearing, Wit, U.S. cities, 1999-2000. Also appeared as Adelaide in a touring production of Guys and Dolls, United Service Organizations.

1994. The Ultimate TV Trivia Challenge, ABC, 1995. Intimate Portrait-Judith Light, Lifetime, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Agnes Nixon, Lifetime, 1999. Narrator, The Wizard of Photography, PBS, 2000. Voice, Wisconsin: An American Portrait, PBS, 2000. Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Linda Dano, Lifetime, 2000.

Film Appearances: Herself, Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer's End (documentary), First Run Pictures, 1997. Voice of Zuleika, Joseph: King of Dreams, DreamWorks Home Entertainment/Universal Home Video, 2000. Radio Appearances: The Diary of Anne Frank, 1999.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Elizabeth Harding, You Are the Jury, NBC, 1984.

RECORDINGS Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, ABC, 1985. Presenter, The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996.

Audio Books: Mountain Laurel by Jude Deveraux, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1991. OTHER SOURCES

Television Work; Movies: Co-executive producer, A Husband, a Wife, and a Lover (also known as No Easy Answers and A Strange Affair), CBS, 1996.

Periodicals: Advocate, July 9, 1996, pp. 44-48. People Weekly, November 16, 1981, p. 70; June 26, 2000, p. 103.

Stage Appearances: Cam/no Real, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, between 1972 and 1972. Helene, A Doll's House, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1974. Stella, A Streetcar Named Desire, Theatre Plus, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1975. Stag at Bay, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1975. Understudy, Jesse and the Bandit Queen, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1975-1976. Julie Herzl, Herzl, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1976. Francisca, Measure for Measure, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1976. The Seagull, New York City, 1976. Dr. Vivian Bearing, Wit, Union Square Theatre, New York City, 1999-2000. Allison, Sorrows and Rejoicings, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 2002. 157

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LINKLATER, Richard 1960(?)PERSONAL Full name, Richard Stuart Linklater; born July 30, 1960 (some sources cite 1962 or 1967), in Houston, TX; children: Lorelie. Education: Studied literature at Sam Houston State University and attended the University of Texas. Addresses: Office—Detour Film Productions, P.O. Box 13351, Austin, TX 78711. Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2775.

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Career: Director, producer, writer, and actor. Detour Film Productions, Austin, TX, founder. Worked on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.

Film Appearances: It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Slacker, Detour Film Production, 1989. Himself, Janisjoplin Slept Here, 1994. Ember doorman, The Underneath, Gramercy, 1995. Himself, At Sundance, 1995. Voice of tour bus driver, Beavis and Butt-head Do America (animated), Paramount, 1996. Cab passenger, Scotch and Milk, 1998. Himself, University, Inc. (documentary), Pedagogic Productions, 1999. Cool spy, Spy Kids, Miramax/Dimension, 2001. Voice of pinball-playing man, Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Member: Austin Film Society (founder; artistic director, 1985—). Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nominations, best director and best first feature, both 1992, for Slacker; nomination for Golden Leopard, Locarno International Film Festival, 1993, for Dazed and Confused; Silver Berlin Bear, best director, and nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, both Berlin International Film Festival, 1995, for Before Sunrise; National Society of Film Critics Award, best experimental film, New York Film Critics Circle Award, best animated film, Independent Spirit Award nominations, best director and best screenplay, CinemAvvenire Award, best film, special mention for Laterna Magica Prize, and nomination for Golden Lion, all Venice International Film Festival, all 2001, for Waking Life.

Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Real Newton Boys (documentary), History Channel, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, The Little Picture Show, 1995. Also appeared on Independent Focus, Independent Film Channel.

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Film Work; Director: (And editor) It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Slacker, Detour Film Production, 1989. Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993. Before Sunrise, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995. SubUrbia (also known as [email protected]), Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. The Newton Boys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Tape, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001. School of Rock, Paramount, 2003.

Screenplays: It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Slacker, Detour Film Production, 1989, published by St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1992. Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993, published by St. Martin's Press, 1993. (With Kim Krizan) Before Sunrise, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995, published by St. Martin's Press, 1995. (With Claude Stanush) The Newton Boys (based on a biography by Stanush), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Film Work; Producer: It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Slacker, Detour Film Production, 1989. Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 28, Gale,

Film Work; Cinematographer: It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

1999. Contemporary Authors, Volume 152, Gale, 1997. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996.

Film Work; Other: (Editor) It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. (Camera operator) Tape, Lions Gate Films, 2001.

Periodicals: American Cinematographer, March, 1997. Artforum, April, 1993, pp. 74-77. Artforum International, September, 2001, p. 39. 158

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Entertainment Weekly, July 21, 1995, pp. 70-71; November/December, 1997, p. 65; April 3, 1998, pp. 64-66; August 14, 1998, p. 86. Esquire, January, 1993, pp. 49-50; April, 1998, pp. 23-24. Filmmaker, winter, 2001. Film Threat, Number 22, 1990; April 29, 1993. Los Angeles Times, March 26, 1998. Maclean's, February 6, 1995, p. 72. National Catholic Reporter, February 17, 1995, p. 15. National Review, March 6, 1995, pp. 69-70. New Republic, July 8, 1991, p. 26. New Statesman & Society, December 4, 1992, p. 33. New York, July 22, 1991, p. 43; February 6, 1995, pp. 58-59. New Yorker, October 4, 1993, pp. 214-16; January 30, 1995, pp. 93-95. New York Post, September 27, 1993. Rolling Stone, February 23, 1995, p. 79; April 2, 1998, p. 34. Texas Monthly, September, 1995, pp. 120-22; October, 2001, p. 52. Time, October 11, 1993, p. 83. Variety, January 28, 1991, p. 71. Village Voice, February 7, 1995. Washington Post, August 23, 1991, p. C2.

Film Appearances: Lynda, Wish You Were Here (also known as Too Much), Atlantic, 1987. Carmella "Cookie" Voltecki, Cookie, Warner Bros., 1989. Samantha "Sam" Hughes, In Country, Warner Bros., 1989. Elizabeth Maud "Betty" Jones/Georgina Grayson, Chicago Joe and the Showgirl (also known as Chicago Joe), New Line Cinema, 1990. Splendid, Scorchers, FoxVideo, 1991. Jessie Burns, A River Runs through It, Columbia, 1992. Annie Doherty, When Saturday Comes, Guild/Pint o'Bitter Productions, 1995. Betty Wall, Under the Hula Moon, Trident Releasing, 1995. Furtive and friendly appearance, Les cent et une nuits (also known as A Hundred and One Nights, A Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema, and Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinema), Recorded Pictures Company, 1995. Lisa Tuttle, Livers Ain't Cheap (also known as The Real Thing), Windy City International, 1995. Mother, Dead Girl, 1996. Annie McGee, We/come to Sarajevo (also known as Sarajevo), Miramax, 1997. Hester, Boogie Boy, Imperial Entertainment, 1997. Kim Patterson (some sources cite character name as Louise), Woundings, Muse Productions, 1998. Catherine, The Honeytrap, Film House, 2002.

LLOYD, Emily 1970PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: Avis, "Override," Directed By, Showtime, 1994. Jennie, "Costumes," Strangers, HBO, 1996. Herself, Light Lunch, 1997. "Emma's Boy," Dark Realm (also known as Frightmares and Le monde des tenebres), c. 2000.

Original name, Emily Lloyd Pack; born September 29, 1970, in London, England; daughter of Roger Lloyd Pack (an actor) and Sheila Hughs (some sources cite surname as Ball; a theatrical agent and secretary for playwright Harold Pinter; maiden name, Laden); granddaughter of Charles Lloyd Pack (an actor). Education: Attended Italia Conti School, London. Avocational Interests: Singing, walking.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Alice, Riverworld, Sci-Fi Channel, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Lindy King, Peters, Fraser & Dunlop, Drury House, 34-43 Russell St., London WC2B 5HA, England. Manager—Kate Feast Management, 43a Princess Rd., London NW1 8JS, England.

Stage Appearances: Appeared as Bella Kooling, Max Clapper—A Life in Pictures, Gate Theatre; also appeared in a drama workshop reading of Kes.

Career: Actress. OTHER SOURCES Member: Soho House, Groucho Club. Periodicals: American Film, September, 1987. Celebrity Sleuth, Volume 12, number 7, 1999, pp. 10-11. New York Times, July 19, 1987, pp. 701-2. Premiere, March, 1989.

Awards, Honors: National Society of Film Critics Award, London Evening Standard Award, and Film Award nomination, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, all best actress, 1988, for Wish You Were Here. 159

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LODER, Anne Marie 1969(Ann Marie Loder)

PERSONAL Born August 3, 1969, in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; married Peter Dailies (a director, producer, and actor), June 7, 2002. Education: Memorial University of Newfoundland, B.Com., marketing; studied theatre at Ryerson University. Avocational Interests: Watching movies, extreme sports. Addresses: Agent—Jamie Levitt, Lauren Lavitt and Associates, 1525 West Eighth Ave., 3rd Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V67 1T5. Manager—Ted Schachter, Schachter Entertainment, 1157 South Beverly Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90035. Career: Actress. Voice performer for television and radio. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series:

Sophie Becker, Higher Ground, Fox, 2000. Michelle Sutton, Big Sound, Global Network, 2000-2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Tiffany, Janek: A Silent Betrayal (also known as A Silent Betrayal), CBS, 1994. Betsy, Christmas in My Hometown (also known as A Holiday for Love), CBS, 1996. Detective Fay Howard, Black Light, Showtime, 1998. Ellie Foster, Don't Look behind You (also known as Du Entkommst mir Nicht)f Fox, 1999. Liz Martin, A Song from the Heart (also known as Music from the Heart), CBS, 1999. Controller, Y2K (also known as Countdown to Chaos), NBC, 1999. Mary Beth Connors, Quarantine, ABC, 1999.

Also appeared in an episode of Catwalk. Television Appearances; Other: Celeste, Family Pictures (miniseries), ABC, 1993. Mom, Goosebumps: The Haunted Map (special), Fox, 1995. Carla, Total Recall 2070 (pilot), 1998. (As Ann Marie Loder) Television newscaster, Sweet Deception (also known as Sweet Lies), Fox, 1998. (As Ann Marie Loder) Drew, Life-Size, 2000. Sara P., Everything That Rises, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Young Serena, "Tournament," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994. The traveler, "Get Fast," F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1997. Stella Kowalski, "Strange Bedfellows," Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), syndicated, 1997. Stella Kowalski, "Seeing Is Believing," Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), syndicated, 1997. Lucy, "The Young and the Twitchy," Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension, Fox, 1998.

Also appeared in the pilot Journey to the Center of the Earth, and in Robocop and Side Effects. Film Appearances: Receptionist, Darkman II: The Return of Durant, MCA/ Universal, 1994. Whitney, Jungleground, Norstar Releasing, 1995. Communication officer, Iron Eagle IV, Trimark Pictures, 1995. Carla, Reluctant Angel, Oasis International, 1998. 160

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Panelist, The List, VH1, 1999. Singer in hallway, "Pretty White Kids with Problems," Mad TV, Fox, 1999. Happy Hour, USA Network, 1999. Herself, "The Professionals," The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2001. Herself, "T&A," The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cult Times, July, 2002, p. 11.

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Television Appearances; Specials: ABC in Concert, ABC, 1991. Presenter, The 1994 MTV Music Video Awards, MTV,

Full name, Lisa Anne Loeb; born March 11, 1968, in Bethesda, MD (some sources cite Dallas, TX); father, a doctor; mother, a homemaker. Education: Brown University, B.A. (comparative literature), 1990; attended the Berklee School of Music, Boston, MA.

1994. Independence Day Concert, ABC, 1996. Halloween Jam VI, ABC, 1997. Host, The Rugrats Move Special, VH1, 1998. VH1's Fairway to Heaven, VH1, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825; Special Artist Agency, 345 North Maple Dr., Suite 302, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Contact—Lisa Loeb Fan Club, 11054 Ventura Blvd., Suite 381, Studio City, CA 91604.

Film Appearances: Tabloid, 1987. Angry woman, Black Circle Boys, A-pix Entertainment, 1997. Sasha, Serial Killing 4 Dummys (also known as Serial Killing 101), Parlay Productions, 1998. Voice of newborn baby, The Rugrats Movie (animated), Paramount, 1998. Channel 3 reporter, House on Haunted Hill, Warner Bros., 1999.

Career: Actress, musician, and songwriter. Performed as a duo, Lisa and Liz, c. 1990, then with Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories, 1990-92; solo artist, 1992—. Toured with The Wallflowers and Chris Isaak, c. 1997; also toured with Lilith Fair. Also appeared in commercials, including advertisements for priceline.com, 2000.

Stage Appearances: Acoustic Night, Malaparte Theatre Company, New York City, 1993.

Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nomination (with Nine Stories), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, best pop performance by a group, and gold record, Recording Industry Association of America, both for Tails; Brit Award, best international newcomer, for ''Stay (I Missed You)"; Grammy Award nomination, 1997, for Firecracker.

RECORDINGS Albums: (As a member of Liz and Lisa) Liz and Lisa, 1989. (As a member of Liz and Lisa) Liz and Lisa: Days Were Different, 1990. Purple Tape, 1992. (With Nine Stories) Tails, Geffen, 1995. Firecracker, Geffen, 1997. Cake and Pie, Interscope, 2002. Hello Lisa, Artemis, 2002.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Mary Jane Watson, Spider-Man: The Animated Series, MTV, 2002—. Television Appearances; Episodic: Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1994. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1995. Herself, Ice TV, 1996. Clotilde (some sources cite Chloe), "The Bobbie Fleckman Story," The Nanny, CBS, 1997. Herself, "In Ramada Da Vida," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1998. Musical guest, Late Night with Rita Sever, 1998. Sophie, "First Loves," Cupid, ABC, 1998.

Singles: "Stay (I Missed You)," 1993. "Do You Sleep," 1995. "Taffy," 1995. "Waiting for Wednesday," 1996. "I Do," 1997. "Let's Forget about It," 1997. Other singles include "The Way It Really Is." 161

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Album Work; Producer; with Others: Cake and Pie, Interscope, 2002. Hello Lisa, Artemis, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Obie Award, 1991, for What's Wrong with This Picture? CREDITS

WRITINGS Film Appearances: Dr. Besser, Who? (also known as The Man with the Steel Mask and Robo Man), Allied Artists Pictures Corp., 1973. Willie Stein, Network, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1976. Charlie, Fatso, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Jay Augustine, So Fine, Warner Bros., 1981. Mr. Morganelli, Carbo Talks, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1984. Filargi "Finlay," Prizzi's Honor, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Sam Charlton, Crocodile Dundee (also known as "Crocodile? Dundee), Paramount, 1986. Irwin Goldman, Pet Sematary, Paramount, 1989. Bishop O'Linn, Second Sight, Warner Bros., 1989. Miliardi (also known as Billions, Miliardi/Millions, and Millions), 1991. Judge Poe, The Devil's Advocate, Warner Bros., 1997. District Attorney Steilds, Rounders, Miramax, 1998. Proctor Robert "Bobby" McKinley, The Thomas Crown Affair, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1999. Ulianov, Puppet, 1999.

Albums: (With others) Liz and Lisa, 1989. (With others) Liz and Lisa: Days Were Different, 1990. Purple Tape, 1992. (With Nine Stories) Tails, Geffen, 1995. Firecracker, Geffen, 1997. Cake and Pie, Interscope, 2002. (With others) Hello Lisa, Artemis, 2002. Singles: "Stay (I Missed You)/ 1993. "Do You Sleep," 1995. "Taffy," 1995. "Waiting for Wednesday," 1996. "I Do," 1997. "Let's Forget about It," 1997. Other singles include "The Way It Really Is." A number of Lisa Loeb's songs have been featured in films, including "Stay (I Missed You)," in Reality Bites, Universal, 1994; "How," Twister (also known as Catch the Wind and Wind Devils), Warner Bros., 1996; "All Day," The Rugrats Movie (animated), Paramount, 1998; "How," Jack Frost, Warner Bros., 1998; "I Wish," Anywhere but Here, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999; "Summer," Friends Again, 1999; and "We Could Still Belong Together," Legally Blonde, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Sandy Buchanan, The Edge of Night (also known as Edge of Night), CBS, 1968-1969. Harry Sinclair, the producer, The Mary Tyler Moore Hour (also known as The Mary Tyler Moore Comedy Hour), CBS, 1979. Marshall Beck, Filthy Rich, CBS, 1982.

OTHER SOURCES Television Appearances; Movies: The Ceremony of Innocence, 1972. Ira, Breaking Up, ABC, 1978. James Conrad, Clinton and Nadine (also known as Blood Money: The Story of Clinton and Nadine), HBO, 1988. Mr. Stewart, Over the Limit, ABC, 1990.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 6, 1995, p. 34. Movieline, September, 1999, pp. 80-81. Texas Monthly, November, 1995, p. 30. Electronic: Lisa Loeb, http://www.lisaloeb.com, October 18, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Labe Ravitz, Land of Hope, CBS, 1976. Wally Grogan, The Saint, CBS, 1987.

LOMBARD, Michael 1934Television Appearances; Episodic: "A Shield for Murder: Parts 1 & 2," Kojak, CBS, 1976. "The Harris Incident," Barney Miller, ABC, 1978. August Fairfield, "Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1979. Walter Elkins, "The Bird," Barney Miller, ABC, 1979. Kenneth Pryor, "Dorsey," Barney Miller, ABC, 1980. Lucien, "Room at the Bottom," Three's Company, 1980.

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1990. Miller, "The Corporate Veil," Law & Order, NBC, 1992. Customer, "The Best Little Antique Shop in Astoria," Cosby, CBS, 1996. Robert Mallors, "Matrimony," Law & Order, NBC, 1997. Mayor, "Joe Must Go," 700 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Reddick's attorney, "Seizure," Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2002.

present surname, Bowles) Louis-Dreyfus; married Brad Hall (an actor, producer, and writer), 1987; children: Henry, Charles. Education: Attended Northwestern University. Avocational Interests: Children. Addresses: Agent—Bryan Lourd, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; or United Talent Agency, Inc., 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Judy Hofflund, Hofflund/Polone, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 820, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Lori Jonas, Jonas Public Relations, 240 26th St., Suite 3, Santa Monica, CA 90402. Career: Actress and producer. Former member of Second City and the Practical Theatre Company, both in Chicago, IL. Appeared in commercials for Clairol hair products, 1995-96, Smiths-Crisps potato chips, 1996, and AT&T telephone service, 2000.

Stage Appearances: Curan/Captain, King Lear, Shakespeare Theatre, Central Park, New York City, 1962. Jimmy Perry, The Gingerbread Lady, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1970-1971. Mr. Yamadoro, Bad Habits, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1974. Lt. Wolfe, Nick & Nora, Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1991. Mort, What's Wrong with This Picture?, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1990. Lucius, Timon of Athens, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1993. Professor Zadook Salt, Another Time, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1993. Artemy Zemlynanika, charities, The Government Inspector, Lyceum Theatre, 1994. Judge, Inherit the Wind, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1996. Look Back in Anger, CSC Theatre, 1999. Moon, References to Salvador Dali Makes Me Hot, Joseph Papp Public Theater/Susan Stein Shiva Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Q Awards, best supporting actress, Viewers for Quality Television, 1992, 1993, and 1994, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, and 1998, American Television Award, best supporting actress in a comedy, 1993, American Comedy Awards, funniest supporting actress in a television series, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1994, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1995, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series, 1995, 1996, 1999, Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, 1996, Screen Actors Guild Awards, outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series, 1997, 1998, Screen Actors Guild Awards (with Jason Alexander, Michael Richards, and Jerry Seinfeld), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 1997, 1998, and American Comedy Award nomination, funniest supporting actress in a television series, 1999, all for Seinfeld; named one of the fifty most beautiful people in the world, People Weekly, 1998; American Comedy Award nomination, funniest female guest appearance in a television series, 2001, for Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Also appeared in Otherwise Engaged; La turista, offBroadway production.

LOPEZ, Constance Marie See MARIE, Constance

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1982-1985. Eileen Swift, Day by Day, NBC, 1988. Elaine Benes, Seinfeld, NBC, 1989-1998. Eleanor "Ellie" Riggs, Watching El lie (also known as 22 Minutes with Eleanor Riggs), NBC, 2002.

LOUIS-DREYFUS, Julia 1961PERSONAL Surname is pronounced Loo-ee-Dry-fuss; born January 13, 1961, in New York, NY; daughter of William (an attorney and business executive) and Judith (a writer; 163

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Television Appearances; Movies: Debra Dolby, London Suite (also known as Neil Simon's "London Suite?'), NBC, 1996. Voice of Mollie, Animal Farm, TNT, 1999. Blue Fairy, Geppetto, ABC, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Spy Magazine's Hit List: The 100 Most Annoying and Alarming People and Events of 1992, NBC, 1992. Kathy Lee Kathy, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! (also known as All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!), ABC, 1994. Canned Ham: Deconstructing Harry, Comedy Central, 1997. Elaine Benes, Seinfeld: The Chronicle, NBC, 1998. Slipper shop lady, Blue's Big Pajama Party, Nickelodeon, 1999. Multiple roles, Speak Truth to Power, PBS, 2000. Just Cause, Oxygen Network, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Rachel, The Art of Being Nick, NBC, 1987.

Television Work; Series: Producer, Watching Ellie (also known as 22 Minutes with Eleanor Riggs), NBC, 2002.

Film Appearances: Jeanette Cooper, Troll, Empire, 1986. Mary, Hannah and Her Sisters, Orion, 1986. Lisa Stinson, Soul Man (also known as The Imposter), New World, 1986. Margo Chester, Christmas Vacation (also known as National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and National Lampoon's Winter Holiday), Warner Bros., 1989. Peggy Etinger, Jack the Bear, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. North's mother, North, Columbia, 1994. Good Money, 1996. Leslie, Deconstructing Harry, Fine Line, 1997. Carrie Lawrence, Father's Day, Warner Bros., 1997. Voice of Princess Atta, A Bug's Life (animated), Buena VistaA/Valt Disney, 1998. First judge, Queen of the Whole Wide World, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Susan "Raindrop" White, "Read It and Weep: Part 2," Family Ties, 1988. Voice of Miss Felter, "Helga's Boyfriend/Crush on Teacher," Hey Arnold!, 1997. Voice, Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist (animated), Comedy Central, 1997. Tina (Danger Girl), "Mugging," The Single Guy, NBC, 1995. Herself, "The Wire," Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2000. Herself, "The Shrimp Incident," Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2001. Herself, "The Thong," Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2001. Voice of Gloria, "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 2001.

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Also appeared as voice of Heather, Dinosaurs, ABC; in an episode of Primetime Click, Comedy Central.

Books: Newsmakers 1994, Issue 4, Gale, 1994.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: 7th Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1993. The American Television Awards, ABC, 1993. Presenter, 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1993. Presenter, Fourth Annual Environmental Media Awards, TBS, 1994. Presenter, 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox,

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 1, 2002, pp. 24-29. Ladies Home Journal, October, 1997, pp. 178-182. Los Angeles, September, 1993, p. 38. Movieline, September, 1998, pp. 6, 58-62, 96. Parade, August 16, 1998, pp. 4-6. People Weekly, April 18, 1988, p. 79; November 23, 1992, p. 165; May 11, 1998, p. 171; September 14, 1998, p. 147. Playboy, June, 1996, pp. 130-132. Redbook, January, 1994, p. 56.

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The Jim Henson Hour, NBC, 1989. Additional monkeys, Between the Lions, PBS, 2000.

Rolling Stone, May 28, 1998, pp. 64-75, 200-206. TV Guide, August 3, 1991, p. 10; December 18, 1993, p. 18; February 17, 1996, p. 28; March 30, 2002, pp. 28-31. Us, March 18, 2002, pp. 24-25. Variety, September 9, 1987, p. 61.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Muppets at Walt Disney World, NBC, 1990. Sesame Street Stays Up Late! A Monster New Year's Eve Party, PBS, 1993. Voice of Crash, Crash the Curiousaurus, ABC, 1995. Additional muppets, Elmopalooza!, ABC, 1998.

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Appeared as Stick Stickly, Nick's New Year's Special and Stick Stickly Stuck!, both Nickelodeon; Sheep, A Cathedral Christmas, PBS and Black Entertainment Television; Swimpy, Binyah Binyah, Nickelodeon.

PERSONAL Education: Studied theatre at Penn State University; studied puppetry at the Institute of Professional Puppetry Arts and the Institut Internationale de la Marionette.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Omar Meercat, Me and My Friends, Nickelodeon, 1998.

Career: Actor, puppeteer, and voice-over artist. The Lyon Puppets (a puppet troupe), founder, puppet builder, and producer of live shows; The Ripmeisters (house band for Lyon Puppets), songwriter and performer; also performed puppets for Sony/Cineplex Odeon Movie Theatre trailer and Sony Movie Theatre Policy song; worked puppets for numerous commercials, promos, and industrial films; designed puppets for the live national tour of The Magic Schoolbus.

Television Work; Series: Puppetry, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, Open Sesame, and Sesame Park), PBS, 1986—. Stand-in: ''Bear/' Bear in the Big Blue House, The Disney Channel, 1997. Puppetry, The Book of Pooh, The Disney Channel, 2001. Puppeteer, Crank Yankers, Comedy Central, 2002.

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Television Work; Specials: Puppeteer, The Muppets at Walt Disney World, NBC, 1990. Muppet performer, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!, ABC, 1994. Puppeteer, Crash the Curiousaurus, ABC, 1995. Muppeteer, Elmopalooza!, ABC, 1998. Muppet performer, Elmo's Magic Cookbook, Food Network, 2001.

Film Work: Additional voices, Muppet*vision 3-D (also known as Jim Henson's Muppet*vision 3-D, Kermit the Frog presents Muppet*vision 3-D, and Muppet*vision 4-D), 1991. Animatronic puppeteer: "Tokka," Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, New Line Cinema, 1991. Animatronic puppeteer: "Donatello," Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, New Line Cinema, 1993. Puppetry, The NeverEnding Story III (also known as The NeverEnding Story III: Escape from Fantasia, NeverEnding Story III: Return to Fantasia, Die Unendliche Geschichte III—Rettung aus Phantasien), Miramax, 1994. (Uncredited) Puppeteer, Men in Black (also known as MIB)f Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997.

Also worked as a puppeteer for Cinderelmo; Between the Lions, PBS; Sesame English; The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, CBS.

Television Work; Pilots: Puppeteer, puppet designer, and coordinator, Feelings, 1998. Puppeteer, Me and My Friends, Nickelodeon, 1998.

Television Appearances; Series: CGI for Elmo's world and additional muppets, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, Open Sesame, and Sesame Park), PBS, 1986—.

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Music Videos; as Puppeteer: Performed in Mansun's "Legacy"; David Bowie's "Pretty Things."

Videos:

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MacFADYEN, Angus 1963PERSONAL Born October 21, 1963, in Scotland; father, a doctor. Education: University of Edinburgh, M.A., French and English; also graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama. Avocational Interests: Playing tennis and traveling.

Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Alex Pereira, Soldier Soldier, 1991. Fergus, Takin' Over the Asylum, BBC, 1994.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; ICM, Oxford House, 76 Oxford Rd., London W1R 1 RD, England.

Television Appearances; Movies: Philip Benjamin, The Lost Language of Cranes, PBS, 1991. David McBride, 15: The Life and Death of Philip Knight,

Career: Actor and writer. As a child, worked as a circus clown.

1993. Dexter, Two Golden Balls, 1994. Peter Lawford, The Rat Pack, HBO, 1998. Sam Kane, Second Skin, HBO, 2000.

Awards, Honors: Questor Award, 1991, for 1905. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Pilots: Priest, Miracles, ABC, 2002.

Film Appearances: Robert the Bruce, Braveheart, Paramount, 1995. Komodo, Warriors of Virtue, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,

Appeared as Doctor, Destiny, CBS.

1997. West, Nevada, Storm Entertainment, 1997. Count Rudolph von Stegenbek, The Brylcreem Boys, 1997. Turner, Lanai-Loa (also known as Lani Loa: The Passage), 1998. Philip, Still Breathing, Paramount, 1998. Michael Davidson/Adolf Hitler, Snide and Prejudice,

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Richard Burton, Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story, NBC, 1995. Zeus, Jason and the Argonauts, NBC, 2000. Stage Appearances: Appeared in The Tempest and Cloud Nine, both Edinburgh Fringe Theatre; The Immortals and Faculty of Rats, both Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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WRITINGS Stage Plays: 7905, c. 1991.

MaclVOR, Daniel 1962PERSONAL Born July 23, 1962, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Education: Attended Dalhousie University and George Brown College.

Film Work: Director, Permission (short film), 1997. Director, Until I Hear from You (short film), 1998. Story editor, From Morning On I Waited Yesterday, 1998. Story editor, The Five Senses, Fine Line, 1999. Story editor, Spiral Bound, 2000. Director, Past Perfect, Mongrel Media, 2002.

Career: Actor, writer, director, and story editor, da da kamera (a theatre company), cofounder and artistic director, 1986—; previously writer in residence at Buddies in Bad Times, Tarragon Theatre, and The National Theatre School.

Television Appearances; Series: Nathan, Twitch City, CBC and Bravo, 1998.

Awards, Honors: Chalmers New Canadian Play Award nomination, 1990, for White Trash, Blue Eyes; Chalmers New Canadian Play Award nomination, 1991, for Never Swim Alone, 2-2 Tango; Chalmers Canadian Play Award, 1991, for House Humans; Chalmers New Canadian Play Award nomination, 1998, for See Bob Run; Governor General's Award for Drama nomination, 1999, for Marion Bridge; Obie Award, special citation, 1999, for In On It; Genie Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a leading role, 2000, for The Five Senses; two-time winner of Dora Mavor Moore Award.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Benny, "A Little Knowledge/' Street Legal, CBC, 1986. "Unreality TV/' Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. Stage Appearances: Monster (solo piece), Sydney Festival, Australia, 1999. In on It, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002. Toured the world in Monster and Here Lies Henry, both solo pieces.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Lenny, Night Friend, Cineplex Odeon Films, 1987. Dear John, 1988. Justice Denied, 1989. Sid, R.S.V.P., Frameline, 1991. The Fairy Who Didn't Want to Be a Fairy (also known as The Fairy Who Didn't Want to Be a Fairy Anymore), 1992. Director, / Love a Man in Uniform (also known as A Man in Uniform), IRS Media, 1993. My Addiction, 1994. Dr. Parthens, The Last Supper, Greg Klymkiw, 1994. Jim, Eclipse (also known as Unter Schwarzer Sonne), Strand Releasing, 1994. David, Wasaga, 1995. Adrian Childe, Symposium: Ladder of Love (also known as Symposium), 1996. My Summer Vacation, 1996.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Permission (short film), 1997. House (adapted from Maclvor's play of the same title), 1998. Until I Hear from You (short film), 1998. Past Perfect, Mongel Media, 2002. Marion Bridge, Mongrel Media, 2002. Stage Plays: See Bob Run, produced by da da kamera, 1989. Yes I Am and Who Are You?, produced at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto, Canada, 1989. Wild Abandon, produced at Theatre Passe Muraille, 1990. 168

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Somewhere I Have Never Travelled, produced at Tarragon Theatre, 1990. Never Swim Alone, produced by da da kamera, 1991. 2-2 Tango, produced at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 1991. Jump, produced at Theatre Passe Muraille, 1992. This Is a Play, produced by da da kamera, 1992. The Lorca Play, produced by da da kamera, 1992. Marion Bridge, produced at Mulgrave Road Theatre, 1998, published by Talonbooks, 1999. You Are Here, produced at National Theatre School, 2000. In on It, produced at Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2000.

Television Work; Movies: Story editor, Riddler's Moon (also known as Nightworld: Riddler's Moon), UPN, 1998. Story editor and creative consultant, Escape from Mars, UPN, 1999. Story editor, Primal Force, UPN, 1999. Creative consultant, Lost in the Bermuda Triangle, UPN, 1999. WRITINGS Screenplays: Ghostkeeper, American Cinema Marketing, 1981. Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534, 2001. Greenmail, Blockbuster Video, 2001.

Also wrote (with Daniel Brooks) House; A-Two-ManOne-Show; (with Brooks) Here Lies Henry; House Humans; (with Brooks) Monster; Wild Abandon; The Soldier Dreams; TheatreOmaha's Production of The Sound of Music; White Trash, Blue Eyes.

Film Stories: Blood Games, Epic Video, 1990.

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Television Movies: Betrayal of Silence, CTV and Lifetime, 1988. Dream House, UPN, 1998. Roswell: The Aliens Attack, UPN, 1999. Dreamhouse, 1999. Gentle Ben, Animal Planet, 2002.

PERSONAL Born in Swan River, Manitoba, Canada. Education: Studied film at the Banff, Simon Fraser University, and University of Detroit.

Television Movies; Rewriter: Nightworld: Lost Souls (also known as Lost Souls and Nightworld), 1998. Escape from Mars, UPN, 1999.

Addresses: Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Television Episodes: "Blind Faith/' Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), syndicated, 1995. "Star-Crossed/' Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), syndicated, 1995.

Career: Writer, director, producer, story editor, and cinematographer. CKLW-TV, news writer, soundman, and film cameraman, c. late 1960s and early 1970s; Global TV, news cameraman; BCTV, film editor; Rocky Mountain Films, cofounder (with Phillip Boros), until 1976; Armadale Productions, writer, producer, and director, 1976-77; CFCB, producer and director for commercials and corporate films, 1977-79; Badland Pictures, founder, 1979. Sometimes credited as Jim Makichuck or James Makichuk.

Also wrote episodes of Mom P.L, CBC.

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CREDITS MANETTI, Larry 1947Film Work: Coproducer and cinematographer, Cooperage (short documentary), 1976. Producer and director, Ghostkeeper, American Cinema Marketing, 1981.

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Addresses: Agent—Richard Sindell, Waters & Nicolosi, 9301 Wilshlre Blvd., Suite 300, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Marisa Johnston, Overview, 15453 Lemay St., Van Nuys, CA 91406. Contact—EpsteinWyckoff-Corsa-Ross & Associates, 280 South Beverly Dr., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

"Medic I: Seattle—Most Deadly Passage," Emergency!, NBC, 1979. "Savage Days: The Most Dangerous Bird Is the Jailbird," Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, ABC, 1980. Owen Lloyd, "Flesh and Blood," Hotel, ABC, 1984. Henry Hogan, "Baker's Dozen," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1986. Junior Harmon, "Printer's Devil," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1986. Officer Nestor Perkins, Swamp Thing, USA Network, 1990. Terry Teasley, "92 Seconds to Midnight," The Hat Squad, CBS, 1992. Tony Piero, "Reunion," Raven, CBS, 1992. Hendrix, "End Run," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1993. Jack Rosetti, "Fighting Cage: Part 1," Renegade, syndicated, 1993. Vic, "A Tale of Two Sweeties—February 25, 1958," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1993. Timothy Macy, "Murderer's Row: Parts 1 & 2," Renegade, syndicated, 1994. Lieutenant Ron Osterman, Marker, UPN, 1995. Rodney, Marker, UPN, 1995. "For Better, for Worse," Renegade, syndicated, 1996. Andy Kochifos, "Ghost Ship/'/AC, CBS, 1997. Lew Shelby, "livegirls.now," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1999. Lyle, "Pay the Line," The Net, USA Network, 1999. Tour manager, "Ghosts of Christmas Past," JAG, CBS, 1999. Lew Shelby, "Black Dragons," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2000.

Career: Actor and producer.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Robert ''Bob" Boyle, Baa Baa Black Sheep (also known as Black Sheep Squadron), NBC, 1976-1978. Joe Cadillac, The Duke, NBC, 1979. Orville "Rick" Wright, Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1980-1988. Television Appearances; Movies: Football player and student, The Girl Most Likely to ..., ABC, 1973. Harry Pierpont, The Kansas City Massacre, ABC, 1975. Barry Shaw, The Take, USA Network, 1990. Currier, Bandit, Bandit (also known as Bandit: Bandit Bandit), syndicated, 1994. Angel, Crowfoot, CBS, 1995. Larry Bonner, Subliminal Seduction (also known as The Corporation and Roger Corman Presents Subliminal Seduction), Showtime, 1996. Morgan, Top of the World (also known as Cold Cash and Showdown), HBO, 1997. Paul, Scar City (also known as S.C.A.R. and Scarred City), HBO, 1998.

Appeared as a guest panelist, The Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour, NBC. Television Work; Producer; Movies: The Take, USA Network, 1990. (With others) Midnight Runaround, syndicated, 1994. (With others) Midnight Run for Your Life, syndicated, 1994. (With others) Another Midnight Run, syndicated, 1994.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Stan, Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975. Chip Vincent, Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, ABC, 1980. Orville "Rick" Wright, Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1980. Vincent, Three Eyes, NBC, 1982. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, The CBS Cotton Bowl Parade, CBS, 1987. Himself, Magnum, P.I.: The E! True Hollywood Story, El Entertainment Television, 2001.

Film Appearances: Pratt, Two Minute Warning, Universal, 1976. Lengle, Snapdragon, Prism, 1993. Radcliffe, CIA II: Target Alexa, PM Home Video, 1994. Derrick Richmond, Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure (also known as Body Chemistry IV), New Horizons Home Video, 1995. Gersi, Fatal Pursuit, 1995. Haney, Exit, Republic Entertainment, 1996. Lewis, No Tomorrow, PM Entertainment Group, 1998. Billy, Time Served, Trimark, 1999. Thomas Grady, Hijack (also known as The Last Siege), Artisan Entertainment/Hallmark Entertainment,

Television Appearances; Episodic: Johnny Brennan, "The Most Deadly Species," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1974. Bert Dwyer, "Rules of Order," Emergency!, NBC, 1976. Larry Walsh, "The Honorable Profession," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. Giles, Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1978. Larry St. Cloud, "Nice Guys Finish Dead," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1979.

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Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1999, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 1999, 2000, and 2001, and Golden Satellite Award, International Press Academy, best performance by an actress in a drama series, 2000, all for The Practice; Lucy Award, Women in Film, 1999; Television Critics Association Award nomination, individual achievement in drama, 1999; listed among "women of the year/' Glamour, 1999; Genii Award, outstanding television performance, American Women in Radio and Television, 2000.

Agent Harris, The Alternate (also known as Agent of Death), Replacement Productions, 2000. Random Acts, Rainbow Releasing, 2001. Sergeant C. "Chickie" Mudryck, The Stoneman, 2002. WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With Chip Silverman) Aloha Magnum: Larry Manetti's Magnum, P.I. Memories, St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1999.

CREDITS MANHEIM, Camryn 1961Television Appearances; Series: Ellenor Frutt, The Practice, ABC, 1997—.

PERSONAL

Guest regular for the series Hollywood Squares (also known as H2), syndicated.

Original name, Debra Frances Manheim; born March 8, 1961, in Caldwell, NJ; daughter of Jerome (a mathematics professor) and Sylvia (a teacher) Manheim; children: Milo Jacob. Education: Attended Cabrillo Junior College; University of California, Santa Cruz, B.F.A., 1984; New York University, M.F.A. (drama), 1987. Politics: Democrat. Avocational Interests: Social activism, motorcycling.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Snow White, The 10th Kingdom (also known as Das 10te Koenigreich and Das Zehnte Koenigreich), NBC, 2000. Suzanne Nabor, A Girl Thing, Showtime, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—Writers and Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Maryellen Mulcahy, Framework Entertainment, 9057 Nemo St., Suite C, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Publicist—Carri McClure, PMK/HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—[email protected]

Television Appearances; Movies: Betty, Deadly Whispers, CBS, 1995.

Herself, Jackie's Back! (also known as Jackie's Back: Portrait of a Diva), Lifetime, 1999. Janet McFarland, The Loretta Claiborne Story, ABC, 2000. Nurse Vandemal, The Jennifer Estess Story, CBS, 2001. Samantha "Sam" Berger, Kiss My Act, ABC, 2001. Rebecca Hillicker, The Laramie Project, HBO, 2002.

Career: Actress, producer, and writer. Appeared in the Internet commercial series "Meet the Kelleys" for NASCAR.com, 2001. New York University, teacher of improvisation; operator of a theatre company in Santa Cruz, CA; performer in Renaissance Faire, Los Angeles, CA; also worked as an interpreter for the deaf.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Leila, "Life Choice," Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Camerawoman, Here and Now, NBC, 1992. Beatrice Hines, "Nurture," Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Martha Rollins, "Benevolence," Law & Order, NBC,

Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Greenpeace.

1993. New York Undercover, Fox, 1994. Anita, "At Risk," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1996. Marge Stewart, "Sexual Perversity in Chicago," Chicago

Awards, Honors: Obie Award, Village Voice, 1995, for Missing Persons; National Board of Review Award (with others), outstanding ensemble performance, 1998, for Happiness; E! Golden Hanger Award, female fashion breakthrough, 1998; Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, 1998, Emmy Award nomination, 1999, Q Award nominations, Viewers for Quality Television, best supporting actress in a quality drama series, 1998 and 2000, Q Award, 1999, Golden

Hope, CBS, 1996. Ellenor Frutt, "The Intimates," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1998. Herself, Intimate Portrait: Marlee Matlin, Lifetime, 1999. Registered nurse Dale Harris, "Birth: Part 2," Oh Baby, Lifetime, 1999. Ellenor Frutt, "Bad Blood," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC and USA Network, 2000. 171

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Psychic Sue, "Gypsies, Cramps, and Weed/' Will & Grace, NBC, 2000. Voice of Juliet, "Company Picnic/' Dilbert (animated), UPN, 2000. Ellenor Frutt, "Chapter Thirteen," Boston Public, Fox, 2001. Ellenor Frutt, "Flashpoint," Gideon's Crossing, ABC, 2001. Herself, Intimate Portrait: Lisa Gay Hamilton, Lifetime, 2002.

Nurse Manheim, Cracking Up, Phaedra Cinema, 1998. Patricia, Fool's Gold, 1998. Sister Sophia, Wide Awake, Miramax, 1998. Mrs. Basil, Joe the King (also known as Joe Henry), Trimark, 1999. Agatha, East of A, 2000. Alison, What Planet Are You From?, Columbia, 2000. Just Like Mona, Regent Entertainment, 2002. Stage Appearances: Postmistress, Stella, New York Theatre Workshop, Perry Street Theatre, New York City, 1987. Hydriotaphia, New York City, 1987. Carnival worker, Woyzeck, Esther R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1992-1993. Saint Joan of the Stockyards, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992-1993. Sheriff, "Five Visits from Mr. Whitcomb," The 1993 Young Playwrights Festival, Playwrights' Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1993. Corine, The Triumph of Love, Classic Stage Company, New York City, 1994. Lucetta, Two Gentlemen of Verona, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1994. The Amazing Adventures of Tense Guy, Paradise Theatre, New York City, 1994. Wake Up, I'm Fat (solo monologue), Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1994, then LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1995. Gemma, Missing Persons, Atlantic Theatre Company, New York City, 1995. Helen, Sin, McGinn-Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1995.

Also appeared in episodes of other series, including The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated. Television Appearances; Specials: Risa, "Notes for My Daughter," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1995. Ladies Home Journal's Most Fascinating Women of '98, CBS, 1998. Narrator, 100 Years of Women, Lifetime, 1999. Holiday Music Spectacular from Miami Beach 2000, Fox, 2000. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1999. Herself, The Stars Come Out: The GLAAD Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards,

ABC, 2000. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ms. Klein-Perlow, Beck, CBS, 1995. Television Work; Executive Producer; with Others; Movies: Kiss My Act, ABC, 2001.

RECORDINGS Videos: Snow White, The 10th Kingdom: The Making of an Epic (short documentary film), 2000.

Film Appearances: Girl in elevator, Sudden Impact (also known as Le retour de rinspecteur Harry), Warner Bros., 1983. Poe picketer, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. Virginia Cranehill, The Road to Wellville, Columbia, 1994. Gwen, David Searching, Water Bearer, 1995. Single woman, Jeffrey, Orion, 1995. Nurse Manheim, Eraser, Warner Bros., 1996. Singles registry woman, You Are Here, Panorama Entertainment, 1997. Toby Walters, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Buena Vista, 1997. Dr. London, Mercury Rising, Universal, 1998. Kristina, Happiness, Good Machine, 1998. Mrs. Swensrut, The Tic Code, Avalanche Releasing, 1998.

Audio Books: Wake Up, I'm Fat!, Soundelux, 1999.

WRITINGS Plays: Wake Up, I'm Fat (solo monologue), Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1994, then LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1995. Nonfiction: Wake Up, I'm Fat (autobiography), Broadway Books, 1999. 172

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Nikki Alvarez, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1989-1990. Gabriella "Gaby" Diaz, Union Square, NBC, 1997. Detective Toni Brigatti, Early Edition, CBS, 1998-2000. Samantha Hunt, a recurring role, For Your Love, The WB, 2000-2001. Nina Gonzalez, American Family, PBS, 2002. Angie Lopez, George Lopez, ABC, 2002.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Heroes and Heroines, Book IV, Gale, 2000. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 18, 1998, p. 67; May 7, 1999, p. 56; October 5, 2001, p. 141. Glamour, September, 1998, p. 173. In Style, June 1, 1999, p. 282. Los Angeles, April, 2001, p. 19. Maclean's, January 11, 1999, pp. 62-63; June 7, 1999, p. 12. Ms., October/November, 1999, p. 93. New York Times, October 23, 1994. Parade, December 31, 2000, p. 18. People Weekly, November 21, 1994, pp. 145-46; December 28, 1998, p. 76; May 24, 1999, p. 73; March 26, 2001, p. 60; April 23, 2001, p. 31. Progressive, October, 2001, p. 33. TV Guide, July 4, 1998, pp. 24-26; May 8, 1999, pp. 14-20, 51. USA Today, August 25, 1998, p. 3D.

Television Appearances; Movies: Joan Zevo, 72:07, Fox, 1993. Connie Sealle, Island City, syndicated, 1994. Liz Shelby, Fast Company, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Where or When: Parts 1 & 2," Jake and the Fatman, 1991. Jo Jo Wilson, "The Widow Marker," The Hat Squad, CBS, 1992. Beverley Sanchez (some sources cite Carmen Sanchez), "Killers," The Sentinel, UPN, 1996. Gabby, "Cabby's Song," Spin City, ABC, 1997. Vanita Viento, "Two Guys, a Girl, and the Storm of the Century," Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place, ABC, 1999. Vanita Viento, "Two Guys, a Girl, and Ashley's Return," Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place, ABC, 1999. Inez Cortez, "Hats off to Larry," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2001.

MARIE, Constance 1969(Constance Marie Lopez)

Appeared in episodes of Moloney and Reasonable Doubts.

PERSONAL Full name, Constance Marie Lopez; born September 9, 1969, in Hollywood (some sources cite Los Angeles), CA; mother, an artist. Avocational Interests: Dancing, gardening, yoga.

Television Appearances; Specials: David Bowie: Glass Spider Tour, ABC, 1988. The 1995 NCLR Bravo Awards, Fox, 1995. Presenter, The 5th Annual ALMA Awards, ABC, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—Nevin Dokefino, Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., 2nd Floor, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Robbie Kass, RKM Management, 209 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Kathy Gallahad, The Underworld, NBC, 1997. Appeared in the pilot Missing Persons, ABC.

Career: Actress. Dancer, including performance with the David Bowie tour "Glass Spider/' Appeared in commercials, including one for Taco Bell restaurants, 1999.

Film Appearances: (As Constance Marie Lopez) Dancer, Salsa, Cannon Releasing, 1988. Toni Sanchez, My Family (also known as East L.A., My Family, Mi Familia, and Cafe con leche), New Line Cinema, 1995. Marcela Quintanilla, Selena, Warner Bros., 1997. Rosa, The Last Marshal, Big Picture Entertainment Group, 1999. Theresa Lopez, Dancing in September, 2000. The neighbor, See Spot Run, Warner Bros., 2001. Yolanda, Tortilla Soup (also known as Eat Drink Man Woman), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding daytime female newcomer, 1991, for Santa Barbara: ALMA Award nomination, outstanding actress in a comedy series, 1998, for Union Square. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Penny Johnson (some sources cite Penny Rivera), Dirty Dancing, UPN, 1988. 173

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OTHER SOURCES Books: Notable Hispanic American Women, Book 2, Gale, 1998.

1993.

Periodicals: Moderna, fall, 1997.

Gunmen, Dimension, 1994. Cutthroat Island (also known as Corsari, Die Piratenbraut, and L'ile aux pirates), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1995. Tom and Huck (also known as The Adventures of Tom and Huck and Tom Sawyer), Buena Vista, 1995. Jerry Maguire, TriStar/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Buena Vista, 1997. Deep Rising (also known as Tentacle), Buena Vista, 1998. The Object of My Affection, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Simon Birch (also known as Angels and Armadillos, A Prayer for Owen Meany, and A Small Miracle), Buena Vista, 1998. Anywhere but Here, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Bicentennial Man (also known as Der 200-Jahre Mann)f Buena Vista, 1999. Chicago, Miramax, 1999. Center Stage, Columbia, 2000. Finding Forrester, Columbia, 2000. Hanging Up, Columbia, 2000. Glitter, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001. Riding in Cars with Boys, Columbia, 2001.

MARK, Laurence PERSONAL Full name, Laurence Maurice Mark; born in New York, NY; son of James Mark (an agent) and Marion Lorraine (maiden name; Huebner) Green (a singer under the name Marion Carter). Education: Wesleyan University, B.A., 1971; New York University, M.F.A. (film), 1973. Addresses: Office—Laurence Mark Productions, 10202 West Washington Blvd., Poitier Suite 3111, Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Producer and executive. United Artists, trainee and publicist; Paramount Pictures, began as marketing and production liaison, became director, then executive director, 1978-80, publicist for motion picture division in New York City, vice president for production and marketing and vice president for West Coast marketing, 1980-82, vice president for production, 1982-84; Twentieth Century-Fox, executive vice president for production, 1984-86; Laurence Mark Productions, Culver City, CA, president, beginning in 1986.

Television Work; Executive Producer; Movies: Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird of Youth (also known as Sweet Bird of Youth), NBC, 1989. "Grandpa's Funeral," Showtime 30-Minute Movie, Showtime, 1995. Oliver Twist, 1997. Kiss My Act, ABC, 2001. These Old Broads, ABC, 2001.

Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination (with James L. Brooks, Richard Sakai, and Cameron Crowe), best picture, 1996, for Jerry Maguire.

Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Making of "Hanging Up" (also known as Getting Connected: The Making of Hanging Up and HBO Look: The Making of "Hanging Up"), 2000.

CREDITS Film Work; Executive Producer: Black Widow, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. My Stepmother Is an Alien, Columbia, 1988. Working Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Mr. Destiny, Buena Vista, 1990. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Buena Vista, 1993. As Good As It Gets (also known as Old Friends), TriStar/ Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997.

Stage Work; Producer: Brooklyn Laundry, Los Angeles, CA, 1991. (With others) Big (musical), Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1996. 174

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Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a comedy or musical, 1982, for Pennies from Heaven; New York Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, 1984, National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, 1985, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1985, all for All of Me; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actor, 1987, Academy Award nomination, best actor, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, and Writers Guild of America Award, best adapted screenplay, all 1988, all for Roxanne; Hasty Pudding Theatricals "Man of the Year/' Harvard University, 1988; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1990, for Parenthood; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1992, for Father of the Bride; People's Choice Awards, favorite actor in a comedy motion picture, 1992 and 1993; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1996, for Father of the Bride, Part II; American Comedy Award nomination, funniest male guest appearance in a television series, 1999, for Late Show with David Letterman; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Eddie Murphy), favorite comedy team, 2000, for Bowfinger; Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy, American Comedy Awards, 2000; Film Excellence Award, Boston Film Festival, 2001; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual performance in a variety or music program, 2001, for The 73rd Annual Academy Awards; gold record, Recording Industry Association of America, for "King Tut."

Periodicals: Advocate, March 31, 1998, p. 61.

MARTIN, Steve 1945PERSONAL Full name, Stephen Glenn Martin; born August 14, 1945, in Waco, TX; raised in Southern California; son of Glenn (a real estate agent) and Mary (a homemaker; maiden name, Lee) Martin; married Victoria Tennant (an actress), November 20, 1986 (divorced, 1994). Education: Attended Long Beach State College (now California State University, Long Beach) and University of California, Los Angeles. Avocational Interests: Collecting art, reading, playing horseshoes, skiing. Addresses: Office—P.O. Box 929, Beverly Hills, CA 90213. Agent—Ed Limato, International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Publicist—Leslee Dart, PMK/HBH New York, 650 Fifth Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actor, writer, producer, musician, and comedian. 40 Share Productions (television production company), partner. Disneyland, worked at Magic Shop on Main Street, USA; Knott's Berry Farm, comedian at Birdcage Theatre, early 1960s; occasionally performs as a banjo player. Aspen Film Society, partner; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, member of board of trustees.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Man waiting outside school, Jing Wu Men (also known as The Chinese Connection, Fist of Fury, Fists of Fury, and The Iron Hand), 1972. Steven (title role), The Absent-Minded Waiter (short film), Paramount, 1977. Dr. Maxwell Edison, Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (a\so known as Banda de los corazones), Universal, 1978. Insolent waiter, The Muppet Movie, Associated Film, 1979. Navin R. Johnson, cat juggler, Pig Eye Jackson, and Engineer Fred, The Jerk, Universal, 1979. Himself, The Kids Are Alright, New World, 1979. Arthur Parker, Pennies from Heaven, Metro-Go Id wynMayer, 1981. Rigby Reardon, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (also known as Dead Men Wear No Plaid), Universal, 1982. Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr, The Man with Two Brains, Warner Bros., 1983.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Guild of Variety Artists, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award (with others), outstanding writing achievement in comedy, variety, or music series, 1969, for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour; Emmy Award nomination (with others), best writing in a comedy, variety, or music special, 1976, for Van Dyke and Company; Georgie Award, American Guild of Variety Artists, 1977 and 1978; Grammy Awards, best comedy album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1977, for Let's Get Small, and 1978, for A Wild and Crazy Guy; Academy Award nomination, best short film, 1978, for The Absent-Minded Waiter; Jack Benny Award, University of California, Los Angeles, 1978; Grammy Award nominations, best comedy album, 1979, for Comedy Is Not Pretty, and 1982, for The Steve Martin Brothers; Golden Globe 175

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Larry Hubbard, The Lonely Guy, Universal, 1984. Roger Cobb, All of Me, Universal, 1984. Fabio Longio, Movers and Shakers, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1985. Orin Scrivello, D.D.S., Little Shop of Horrors, Warner Bros., 1986. Lucky Day, Three Amigos!, Orion, 1986. Charlie "C D." Bales, Roxanne, Columbia, 1987. Neal Page, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. Freddy Benson, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Orion, 1988. Gil Buckman, Parenthood, Universal, 1989. Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli, My Blue Heaven, Warner Bros., 1990. Harris K. Telemacher, L.A. Story, TriStar, 1991. George Stanley Banks, Father of the Bride, Buena Vista, 1991. Davis, Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Newton Davis, Housesitter, Universal, 1992. Jonas Nightingale, Leap of Faith, Paramount, 1992. Michael McCann, A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994. Philip, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. George Stanley Banks and narrator, Father of the Bride II, Buena Vista, 1995. Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko (title role), Sergeant Bilko, Universal, 1996. Julian "Jimmy" Dell, The Spanish Prisoner, Sony Pictures

Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour, syndicated, 1972. The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour, CBS, 1972-1973. The Smothers Brothers Show, NBC, 1975. Johnny Cash and Friends, CBS, 1976. Himself, Scene by Scene with Steve Martin, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Pieman, "Simple Simon," Off to See the Wizard, 1967. A contestant, The Dating Came, 1968. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, multiple times per year, annually between 1976 and 1980. The Gong Show, 1976. Himself, The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1977. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1986, 1987. Rusty the choreographer, "Skin the Duck," The Tracey Ullman Show, Fox, 1987. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1989, 1990, 1991. Narrator, "Tugford Wanted to Be Bad," Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories, Showtime, 1992. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1993, 1994. Himself, The Martin Short Show, NBC, 1994. Voice of Ray Patterson, "Trash of the Titans," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1998. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night Live, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1998.

Classic, 1997. Voice of Hotep, The Prince of Egypt (animated), DreamWorks, 1998. Voice of Raider, Babe: Pig in the City, Universal, 1998. Henry Clark, The Out-of-Towners, Paramount, 1999. Ed TV, Universal, 1999. Robert "Bobby" Bowfinger (title role), Bowfinger (also known as Bowfinger's Big Thing), MCA/Universal,

1999. Himself, The Venice Project, Terra Film, 1999. Host, Fantasia/2000, Buena Vista/Walt Disney, 1999. Charlie Duell, Joe Gould's Secret, USA Films, 2000. Himself, Thin Ice, National Film Board of Canada, 2000. Dr. Frank Sangster, Novocaine, Artisan Entertainment, 2001.

Also appeared as a host and frequent guest, The Tonight Show, NBC; and in episodes of The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, Charlie Rose, Cher, CBS, The Dick Cavett Show, Dinah!, Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, The Merv Griffin Show, The Parent 'Hood, NBC, Rosie, and The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, NBC.

Film Work; Executive Producer: Three Amigos!, Orion, 1986. Roxanne, Columbia, 1987. (With Mario Kassar) L A. Story, TriStar, 1991. A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994.

Television Appearances; Specials: John Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1975. Steve Martin: A Wild and Crazy Guy, NBC, 1978. The Bob Hope Special, NBC, 1978. George Bums' 100th Birthday Party, NBC, 1979. Johnny Cash: The First Twenty-five Years, CBS, 1980. The Sensational, Shocking, Wonderful, Wacky '70s, NBC, 1980. All Commercials ...A Steve Martin Special, NBC, 1980. Host, Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, 1980. Host, Steve Martin's Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. Twilight Theatre, NBC, 1982.

Television Appearances; Series: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, CBS, 1967-1968. Andy Williams Presents Ray Stevens (also known as The Ray Stevens Show), NBC, 1970. The Ken Berry "Wow" Show (also known as Ken Berry's Wow)f ABC, 1972. 176

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Host, Art in the Twenty-first Century, PBS, 2001. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks, USA Network, 2002.

American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra, CBS, 1982. Host, Steve Martin's The Winds of Whoopie, NBC, 1983. (In archive footage) Himself, The Great Standups (also known as The Great Standups: Sixty Years of Laughter), 1984. The American Film Institute Salute to Gene Kelly (also known as The Best of Gene Kelly), CBS, 1985. Hugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Ail-Star 50th Anniversary, CBS, 1986. Texas 150: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1987. The 16th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Jack Lemmon (also known as The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon), CBS, 1988. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 20th Reunion Show, CBS, 1988. Saturday Night Live 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. Host, Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python, 1989. Life of Python, Showtime, 1990. Learned Pigs and Fireproof Women, CBS, 1990. Welcome Home, America! A USO Salute to America's Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World, CBS, 1991. Fox/MTV Guide to Summer '92, Fox, 1992. Paul Simon: Born at the Right Time, PBS, 1993. Comic Relief VI, HBO, 1994. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, Television's Greatest Performances, 1995. Carl Reiner: Still Laughing, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. "Nichols and May: Take Two/' American Masters, PBS,

Television Appearances; Movies: The History of White People in America: Volume 1 (also known as The History of White People in America), 1985. Brother, And the Band Played On, HBO, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car, NBC, 1992. Primetime Click, Comedy Central, 2001. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1988. The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC,

1990. Fifth Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1991. The People's Choice Awards, 1991 and 1992. The 48th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, CBS, 1995. Presenter, The 69th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1997. The 72th Annual American Comedy Awards, Fox,

1998. Presenter, The 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1999. The 74th Annual American Comedy Awards, Fox, 2000. Host, The 73rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2001. The British Comedy Awards 2001, 2001.

1996. Classic Stand-up Comedy of Television, 1996. Steven Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration, PBS, 1997. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley, NBC, 1998. The Late Show with David Letterman 5th Anniversary Special, CBS, 1998. Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special), NBC, 1999. Multiple roles, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, UPN, 1999. Steve Martin: A Comic Life, Comedy Central, 1999. Canned Ham: Bowfinger, Comedy Central, 1999. Steve Martin Seriously Funny, Comedy Central, 2000. AFI's 100 Years, 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies, CBS, 2000. Mark Twain Prize—Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner, PBS, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Diane Keaton, Lifetime, 2001.

Television Appearances; Other: Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch, 2002. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, Twilight Theater, NBC, 1982. Executive producer, Steve Martin's The Winds of Whoopie, NBC, 1983. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Domestic Life, CBS, 1984. Executive producer and director, George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. Creator, executive producer, and director, Leo and Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1986. Executive producer, The Downer Channel, NBC, 2001. 177

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Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, The Jerk, Too, NBC, 1984.

(With Lome Michaels and Randy Newman) Three Amigos!, Orion, 1986. Roxanne (based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand), Columbia, 1987, published in LA Story and Roxanne: Two Screenplays, Grove Press (New York City), 1997. L A. Story, TriStar, 1991, published in L.A. Story and Roxanne: Two Screenplays, Grove Press, 1997. A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994. Bowfinger (also known as Bowfinger's Big Thing), Universal, 1999. Morto the Magician (animated), POP.com, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Vladimir, Waiting for Godot, Lincoln Center Theatre, New York City, then Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, both 1989. Appeared in the title role in The Great Flydini, Carnegie Hall, New York City. Toured nationally and internationally in a solo comedy act.

Also wrote The Touch.

RECORDINGS

Television Series: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, CBS, 1967-1968. Pat Paulsen's Haifa Comedy Hour, 1970. The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour, CBS, 1972-1973. The Ken Berry "Wo\A/f Show, ABC, 1972. Domestic Life, CBS, 1984. George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985.

Comedy Albums: Let's Get Small, Warner Bros., 1977. A Wild and Crazy Guy (featuring the single, "King Tut"), Warner Bros., 1978. Comedy Is Not Pretty, Warner Bros., 1979. The Steve Martin Brothers, Warner Bros., 1982. Videos: Performer, segment director, and writer, Steve Martin Live, 1986. Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies, NBC Studios, 1998. Saturday Night Live Christmas, Trimark Video, 1999. Banjo player, Foggy Mountain Breakdown, by Earl Scruggs and Friends, 2001.

Television Specials: John Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1975. Steve Martin: A Wild and Crazy Guy, NBC, 1978. All Commercials ... A Steve Martin Special, NBC, 1980. Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, 1980. Steve Martin's Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. Steve Martin's The Winds of Whoopie, NBC, 1983. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999. The 73rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2001.

Also appeared in the videos "In the Midnight Hour" by B. B. King and "Proof by Paul Simon.

Television Episodes: The Downer Channel, NBC, 2001.

WRITINGS

Also writer for The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.

Books: Cruel Shoes (humorous sketches), Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1977, revised and enlarged edition, Putnam (New York City), 1979. Pure Drivel (essays and sketches), Hyperion, 1998. Shopgirl (novella), Hyperion, 2000.

Television Writing; Other: Van Dyke and Company (pilot), NBC, 1975. The Jerk, Too (movie), NBC, 1984. Also comedy writer for television shows featuring Glenn Campbell, John Denver, and Ray Stevens.

Screenplays: The Absent-Minded Waiter (short film), Paramount, 1977. (With Carl Gottlieb and Michael Elias) The Jerk, Universal, 1979. (With Carl Reiner and George Gipe) Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (also known as Dead Men Wear No Plaid), Universal, 1982. Easy Money, Orion, 1983. (With Reiner and Gipe) The Man with Two Brains, Warner Bros., 1983. (With Reiner) All of Me, Universal, 1984.

Stage Plays: Picasso at the Lapin Agile, produced at Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1993, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1995-1996; published in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays, Grove Press (New York City), 1996. WASPs, produced at Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1995-1996; published in Wasps and Other Plays, Samuel French (New York City), 1998. 178

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Author of The Great Flydini, produced at Carnegie Hall, New York City; other plays include Patter for the Floating Lady, Romeo and Juliet at Antioch, and Zig-Zag Woman.

Surname pronounced "May-sack"; full name, Ronald Alan Masak; born July 1, 1936, in Chicago, IL; son of Floyd Lewis (a salesperson and musician) and Mildred Alice (a buyer, also in management; maiden name, Rudy) Masak; cousin of Michael Gross (an actor) and Mary Gross (an actress); married Kay Frances Knebes, September 23, 1961; children: Tammy, Debbie, Kathryn (an actress), Michael and Robert (twins), Christine. Education: Chicago City College and C.T.C., A.A.; studied for the theatre with H. Adrian Rehner at the Drama Guild. Religion: Roman Catholic. Avocational Interests: Golf, tennis, baseball, skiing.

Writing; Other: Contributor to periodicals, including New Yorker, New York Times, and Rolling Stone. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 30, Gale, 1984. Lenburg, Greg, Randy Skretvedt, and Jeff Lenburg, Steve Martin: The Unauthorized Biography, St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1980. Newsmakers 1992, Issue Cumulation, Gale, 1992.

Addresses: Agent—(theatrical) Fred Westbrook, KSA, 11365 Ventura Blvd., Suite 100, Studio City, CA 91604; (commercials) Arlene Thornton and Associates, 12001 Ventura PL, Suite 201, Studio City, CA 91604.

Periodicals: American Film, November, 1988, p. 18. Biography, March, 1999, pp. 16, 17. Entertainment Weekly, February 22, 1991; September 25, 1998, p. 81; January 21, 2000, pp. 108-109. Film Quarterly, September/October, 1984. Interview, April, 1986, p. 294. Los Angeles Times, December 27, 1984; February 14, 1991. Newsweek, April 3, 1978. New Yorker, June 2, 1983; November 29, 1993, p. 98. New York Times, June 19, 1987; September 18, 1988, p. S78; October 17, 2000. New York Times Magazine, May 31, 1992, p. 28. Parade, April 28, 1991; August 30, 1998, pp. 4-6. Playboy, January, 1993, pp. 59-80, 92. Premiere, January, 1988, p. 23. Rolling Stone, September 2, 1999, pp. 88-95. Saturday Evening Post, November/December, 1989, p. 52. Time, August 24, 1987. U.S. News and World Report, June 17, 1985. Washington Post, June 19, 1987; October 6, 2000,

Career: Actor, director, producer, and writer. Candlelight Dinner Theatre, Summit, IL, resident actor, 1962-66. Impressionist, including frequent impersonations of comedian Lou Costello. Appeared in more than 3,000 television commercials, including thirty-two for Budweiser beer; voice of the stork for Vlasic pickle commercials for fifteen years. Host of numerous performances by such artists and groups as Alabama, Ed Ames, Diahann Carroll, Billy Crystal, Billy Davis, Dom Deluise, Trini Lopez, Marilyn McCoo, Tony Orlando, Kenny Rogers, the Smothers Brothers, Rick Springfield, and Jonathan Winters; chosen as Special Olympics announcer, 1984. American Cancer Stricken Families, life member and chair; Muscular Dystrophy Association, board member. Military Service: U.S. Army, Military Police, 1959-61, and participant in a world tour of the all-Army show "Rolling Along," 1960. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Actors' Equity Association, Theta Alpha Phi, Masquers.

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Awards, Honors: Named Chicago college actor of the year, 1956; Vince Lombardi Inspiration Appreciation Award, 1980; Emmy Award nomination, 1980, for Police Story; named man of the Year, Muscular Dystrophy Association, 1983; named humanitarian of the Year, Volunteers Assisting Cancer Stricken Families; Emmy Award nomination, 1990, for Murder, She Wrote; honorary sheriff of Tarzana, CA.

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CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Nightmare in Chicago (also known as Once upon a Savage Night), 1964. Vernon's Volunteers, 1969. Chief Petty Officer Corky Schmidt, Assault on the Wayne, 1970. Michaels, The Priest Killer, Universal, 1971. Heat of Anger (also known as Fitzgerald and Pride), 1971. Fred Ruggiero, In the Glitter Palace (also known as A Woman Accused), 1977. Voice, The Bastard (also known as The Kent Chronicles], 1978. Onorato, No Margin for Error, 1978. Dimaggio, Confessions of a Lady Cop (also known as The Other Side of Fear and Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop), 1979. Joe, Pleasure Cove, 1979. Harve Nelson, The Aliens Are Coming, NBC, 1980. Olympics announcer, The Kid from Nowhere, 1982. Nick Riccardo, The Neighborhood (also known as Breslin's Neighborhood), 1982. Voice, Snowden on Ice, 1997. Television evangelist, When Time Expires, 1997. Eddie Fenelle, Columbo: Ashes to Ashes, ABC, 1998. Julian DiSanto, No Code of Conduct, USA Network, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Andy Gardner, The Good Guys, CBS, 1968. Charlie Wilson, Love Thy Neighbor, ABC, 1973. Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Warren Burdett, Waily Brown, 1979. Himself, Ya Gotta Believe, 1982. Voice of Meatballs, Meatballs and Spaghetti (animated), CBS, 1982-1983. Lieutenant Paul Briggs, The Law and Harry McGraw, CBS, 1987. Sheriff Mort Metzger, a recurring role, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988-1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself and Elvis Presley impersonator, The Spade CooleyShow, 1959. Police Station, 1959. Harmonica Man, 'The Purple Testament/' The Twilight Zone, 1960. "Frocks of Trouble/' Love on a Rooftop, ABC, 1966. Mike (the Buffalo Buzzsaw), "Where There's a Will," The Flying Nun, ABC, 1968. Count Dracula, "Monstrous Monkee Mash," The Monkees, NBC, 1968. Joe the ice cream man, "Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie?: Part 4," / Dream ofjeannie, NBC, 1968. Insight, 1968. 180

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Matt Lee, The Law, 1975. Maynard Lambert, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976. Manning, Intruders, CBS, 1992. Television Pilots: Chief Tom Rankin, Jeremiah of Jacob's Neck, 1975. Muldoon, The Banana Company, CBS, 1977. Warren Burdett, The Further Adventures of Wally Brown, NBC, 1980. Sergeant Calvin, Jessica Novak, CBS, 1981. Host of pilots for Likely Suspects and Tune In. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Jerry Lewis Telethon, 1980-1990. Host, Sheriffs SANE Telethon, 1987-1990.

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Cohost of Variety Club Telethon; also appeared in How to Control Your Time, Make It Happen, Second Effort, Sure-Strike, Time Management, and Tom Kite Playing Around with His Friends.

Chuck Murray, "Friday's Child," Eischied, NBC, 1980. Dick Wilcox, "Sugar and Spice," Quincy, NBC, 1981. Sergeant Bender, "Undercover Judy," Private Benjamin, CBS, 1981. J. J. Stein, "Skin Deep," Magnum PI., CBS, 1981. Maloney, "Jennifer On My Mind," Jennifer Slept Here, NBC, 1983. Captain Brolley, "Lost and Foundering," Goodnight, Beantown, CBS, 1983. Masquerade, ABC, 1983. Johnny, "Debt of Honor," The Yellow Rose, NBC, 1984. Rudy, "Mr. Fix-It," E/R, 1984. Lieutenant Meyer, "Footnote to Murder," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Ray Harris, "Sam's New Pal," Diff'rent Strokes, NBC and ABC, 1985. Falcon Crest, CBS, 1985. Harry Cranston, "Forged Steele," Remington Steele, NBC, 1985. Woody, "The Derby," Webster, ABC, 1986. "Love and Passion Point," New Love, American Style, 1986. Voices, The Real Ghostbusters, ABC, 1986. Marty Giles, "No Accounting for Murder," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Henry Bridges, "Dusty," Starman, ABC, 1987. "Rain Rain Go Away," Bustin' Loose, syndicated, 1987. The Governor, "New Year's Eve," She's the Sheriff, syndicated, 1987. They Came from Outer Space, 1990. Guest panelist, To Tell the Truth, 1990.

Television Appearances; Other: Himself, Hey Coach, 1975. Sam Bacon, McNaughton's Daughter (also known as Try to Catch a Saint), 1976. Television Director; Series: Ya Gotta Believe, 1982. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Chief Petty Officer Paul Zabrinczski, Ice Station Zebra, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Paul Fleming, Daddy's Gone A-Hunting, Warner Bros., 1968. Ron, Second Effort, 1968. First baseball fan, The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Lieutenant Laurence Ruff, Tora! Tora! Tora!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Sam, the bartender, A Time for Dying, Etoile, 1971. Pete, Evel Knievel, Fanfare, 1971. Claude Raintree, The Man from Clover Grove, IntroMedia Productions, 1974. Voice, Lucky Lady, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Host, Safety, Check Your Car, 1977. Woman in the Rain (also known as A Hell Black Night), 1978. Sheriff, Laserblast, Irwin Yablans Company, 1978. Herbie Maddox, Harper Valley, P.T.A., April Fools Productions, 1979. Mr. Tomanski, Listen to Me, Columbia, 1989. Vince Palermo, Cops n Roberts, 1995. Spike Sills, The Thundering 8th, 1998.

Appeared in an episode of Vicki!; also appeared as a guest star on several game shows, including Crosswits, Hot Potato, Liars Club, Match Game, Password, Password +, The Show-offs, Super PASSWORD, and Tattletales. 181

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PERSONAL

Film Work: Associate producer, The Thundering 8th, 1998. Executive producer, Mark Twain's Greatest Adventure: "It's a Matter of Time," 1999.

Full name, Daniel Masterson; born March 3, 1976, in Albertson (some sources cite Williston), NY; son of Peter (an insurance agent) and Carol (a manager) Masterson; brother of Christopher Masterson (an actor). Religion: Church of Scientology.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Shapiro, Stalag 17, Chicago, IL, 1954. Sakini, Teahouse of the August Moon, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, Summit, IL, between 1962 and 1966. Will Stockdale, No Time for Sergeants, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Title role, Mr. Roberts, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Ensign Pulver, Mr. Roberts, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Alan, Enter Laughing, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Stanley, A Streetcar Named Desire, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Mortimer, Arsenic and Old Lace, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Sam, Photo Finish, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Patricola Lust Public Relations, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 530, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor. Worked as a model; appeared in more than 100 commercials, beginning as a child. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination (with others), best performance by a young ensemble in a television series, 1999, for That '70s Show.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Leo Gennaro, Joe's Life, ABC, 1993. Skeeter, Extreme, ABC, 1995. Justin Thorpe, a recurring role, Cybill, CBS, 1996-1998. Steve Hyde, That '70s Show (also known as Feelin' All Right, The Kids Are Alright, Reeling in the Years, and Teenage Wasteland), Fox, beginning 1998.

Appeared as Marc Antony in a production of Julius Caesar; also performed impersonations in View of Vegas. WRITINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: Ryan, Her Last Chance, NBC, 1996.

Television Series: Ya Gotta Believe, 1982.

Also appeared in The Morning After.

Film Music: Song composer, The Man From Clover Grove, IntroMedia Productions, 1975.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jimmy, "Follow the Son/' Roseanne, ABC, 1994. Jimmy, "Punch and Jimmy/' Roseanne, ABC, 1994. John, 'The Final Adjustment," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. Matt, "Altered States," Party of Five, Fox, 1995. Ray Slover, "Rebirth," American Gothic, CBS, 1996. Will Scheltema, "Upstairs, Downstairs," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. King the dog, "Family," Tracey Takes On ..., 1996. Matt, "Spring Breaks: Parts 1 & 2," Party of Five, 1996. Renfield, "Stoker," Sliders, Fox, 1997. Vince, "Baby You Can't Drive My Car," Grounded for Life, Fox, 2001.

Writing; Other: Poetry selection, "Our Flag/' represented in the anthology A Symphony of Verse, National Library of Verse, 1998. Author of lyrics for Hey Wake Up and Listen. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Ron Masak: Official Site, http://www.ronmasak.com, August 20, 2002. 182

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RECORDINGS Videos: Appeared in the music video "Feelin' Alright."

Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Inside Scientology, Arts and Entertainment,

OTHER SOURCES

1998. Cohost, Woodstock 99, Fox, 1999. Teen People's 25 Hottest Stars under 25, ABC, 2000. Making the Show: That '70s Show, MTV, 2001.

Periodicals: Movieline, May, 1998, p. 38. TV Guide, June 19, 1999, p. 24; March 4, 2000, pp. 42-44.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Teen Choice Awards, 2000, Fox, 2000. The 2000 Billboard Music Awards, Fox, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Seth, Seduced by Madness (also known as Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story)f 1996.

PERSONAL Addresses: Office—Bandai Entertainment, P.O. Box 6054, Cypress, CA 90630. Contact—c/o Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation, 530 Showers Dr., Suite 7, Mountain View, CA 94040.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Randy, "Disco Inferno/' Strange Frequency, VH1, 2001.

Career: Producer, writer, and editor. EX: The Online World of Anime & Manga (Internet Web site), publisher, editor in chief, staff writer, and copy editor; Bandai Entertainment, Mountain View, CA, manager of creative development.

Film Appearances: Seth, Beethoven's 2nd, Universal, 1993. Mikey, Bye Bye, Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Seth, Trojan War (also known as No Night Stand and Rescue Me], Warner Bros., 1997. Karl, Face/Off (also known as Face Off), Paramount, 1997. Kevin, Star Kid (also known as The Warrior of Waverly Street), Trimark Pictures, 1997. Danny, Wild Horses (also known as Lunch Time Special and 24 Hours to Live), Skyline Entertainment, 1998. Tipper, Too Pure, 1998. Fuck-up #1, The Faculty, Miramax/Dimension Films, 1998. Title role, Dirt Merchant (also known as Dirt Merchant: Alternative Investigator), Quantum Entertainment, 1999. Nightshade, Dracula 2000 (also known as Dracula 2001 and Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000), Miramax/Dimension Films, 2000. Patrick, Alex in Wonder, Dog Films, 2001. Conan, Comic Book Villains, Studio Home Entertainment, 2002. Hip, Edgy, Sexy, Cool, 2002.

Member: Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation. CREDITS Television Work; Anime Series: Segment coproducer, Cowboy Bebop, Cartoon Network, 1998. Coproducer, Escaflowne, Fox, 2000. Producer of English version, The Big O, Cartoon Network, 2000. Some of these series were originally aired on Japanese television. Film Work: Producer, Escaflowne the Movie, Bandai Entertainment, 2002.

Also appeared in Family Values and Happy Birthday Billy Gale.

RECORDINGS Producer of Anime Videos: (With Rika Davis) Saber Marionette J, Bandai Entertainment, 1998.

Stage Appearances: Dragons, off-Broadway production, c. 1984. 183

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(With Jerry Chu and Osamu Maseba) Outlaw Star (also known as Seihou Bukyou Outlaw Star), Bandai Entertainment, 1998. Brain Powered, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. (With Chu) Eat-Man '98, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. (With others) Outlaw Star, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. (With Chu and Maseba) Saber Marionette J Again, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. Silent Moebius, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. (With Davis) Jubei-chan—Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch, Bandai Entertainment, 1999. (With others) Love Hina, Bandai Entertainment, 2000. (With Chu and Kenji Nakamura) Blue Submarine No. 6 (also known as Blue Submarine 6 and Ao no Rokugo), Bandai Entertainment, 2000. (With others) Tenamonya Voyagers, Bandai Entertainment, 2000. Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, Bandai Entertainment, 2000. (With Davis, Haruyo Kanesaku, Marlon W. Schulman, Yasou Miyakawa, and Yutaka Maseba) The Vision of Escaflowne (also known as Escaflowne and Tenku no Escaflowne), Bandai Entertainment, 2000. (With Davis) Angel Links (also known as Seihou Tenshi Angel Links), Bandai Entertainment, 2001. Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, Bandai Entertainment, 2001. Chief producer, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack—The Motion Picture (also known as Gundam: Char's Counterattack), Bandai Entertainment, 2002. Z-Mind, Bandai Entertainment, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Chris Adams, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992. Rift, Curb Entertainment, 1993. Helicopter spotter, Conspiracy Theory, Warner Bros.,

1997. Brad Drazin, 30 Days, Arrow Releasing, Inc., 1999. The Citizen, Curb Entertainment, 1999. (As Tom McCarthy) Mitch, Certain Guys, 1999. Dr. Bob Banks, Deborah's fiance, Meet the Parents, MCA/Universal, 2000. Prison Song, 2001. The Guru, MCA/Universal, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Kevin Riley, Boston Public, Fox, 2000-2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Tim Melville, Mary & Tim, CBS, 1996. (As Thomas Joseph McCarthy) Michael, In My Sister's Shadow, CBS, 1997. Ian Bedloe, Saint Maybe (also known as Anne Tyler's Saint Maybe), CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Tom McCarthy) Priest, "Bye, Bye Birdie/' Spin City, ABC, 1998. Joseph Scott, 'Truth/' D.C., 2000. Kevin Riley, 'The Day After," The Practice, ABC, 2001.

Also producer of Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (also known as Gundam MS08 and The 08th MS Team), Bandai Entertainment. Many of these videos were originally broadcast as Japanese television series. OTHER SOURCES

Also appeared as Peter Hanks, Ally McBeal, Fox; Nick Ganzner, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU), NBC.

Electronic: EX: The Online World ofAnime & Manga, http://www. ex.org, October 11, 2002.

Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Garry Lejeune, Noises Off, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 2001-2002.

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Also appeared in Le ronde; Virgil Is Still the Frogboy; Hamlet; Taming of the Shrew; School for Wives; Twelfth Night

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Full name, Thomas Joseph McCarthy; born in New Jersey. Education: Studied acting at the Yale School of Drama; also graduated from Boston College.

PERSONAL

Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA90210.

Full name, Bruce Ian McCulloch; born May 12, 1961, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Education: Studied journalism and public relations at Mount Royal College.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Fred Wright, Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (also known as Anne ofAvonlea), CBC, 1987.

Career: Actor, director, and writer. Previously performed with Loose Moose Theatre Company, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; The Audience (comedy troupe), Calgary, cofounder (with Mark McKinney), 1981; Kids in the Hall (comedy troupe), member.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Father Sean "Paddy" P. Starr, Further Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin's Further Tales of the City), Showtime, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Gemini Awards, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1989, 1990, best performance in a variety or performing arts program or series, 1989, best performance in a comedy program or series (individual or ensemble), 1993, CableAce Award nomination, best actor in a comedy, 1990, Gemini Award nominations, best performance in a comedy program or series (individual or ensemble), 1992, 1996, best performance in a comedy program or series, 1994, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1995, 1996, Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding individual achievement in writing in a variety or music program, 1993, 1994, 1995, all for The Kids in the Hall; Genie Award nomination (with others), best achievement in music/ original song, 1996, for Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy; Genie Award nomination, best screenplay—original, Canadian Comedy Award nomination, film-directing and film-writing—original, 2000, all for Dog Park.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, "Episode #118," MADtv, Fox, 1996. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Comedy Central, 1999. Appeared as People Helper Bruce, The Tom Green Show, MTV. Television Director; Episodic: Directed multiple episodes of The Kids in the Hall, CBC, 1989-95, and CBS, 1992-95. Stage Appearances: Slightly Bigger Cities (One Yellow Rabbit) (one-man show), Canadian cities, 1997-1999. Also performed the one-man shows Two Headed Roommate, Jazz Stenographers, and Trapped on a Lawnchair.

CREDITS RECORDINGS Film Appearances: Alice, Cisco, Grivo, Worm pill scientist, cop #2, cancer boy, and white trash man, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy and The Drug), Paramount, 1996. Jeff, Dog Park, New Line Cinema, 1998. Carl Bernstein, Dick (also known as Dick, les coulisses de la presidence), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Himself and various characters, Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses, Eclectic DVD Distribution, 2001.

Albums: Shame-Based Man, Atlantic Records, 1995. Recorded Drunk Baby Project. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With others) Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy and The Drug), Paramount, 1996. Dog Park, New Line Cinema, 1998.

Film Director: Coleslaw Warehouse, 1992. Dog Park, New Line Cinema, 1998. Superstar, Paramount, 1999. Stealing Harvard, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002.

Television Episodes: Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, SNL 25, SNL, Saturday Night Live 80, and Saturday Night), NBC, 1985-1986, 1994-1995. The Kids in the Hall, CBC, 1989-1995, and CBS, 1992-1995.

Television Appearances; Series: Various characters, The Kids in the Hall, CBC, 1989-1995 and CBS, 1992-1995. Rex Reilly, Twitch City, CBC and Bravo, 1998, Random

Television Specials: Superman's 50th Anniversary: A Celebration of the Man of Steel, CBS, 1988.

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Stage Plays: Wrote the one-man shows Slightly Bigger Cities (One Yellow Rabbit); Two Headed Roommate; Jazz Stenographers; and Trapped on a Lawnchair.

Constable Renfield Turnbull, Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), syndicated, 1997-1998. Mark Simpson, Power Play, UPN, 1998. Detective Victor Bruno, Tracker, syndicated, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Movies: Rookies, HBO, 1990. Chris Ryan, High Country, CBC, 1991. Agent Alex, The Forget-Me-Not Murders (also known as Janek: Forget-Me-Not Murders), CBS, 1994. Young Destiny, Sodbusters, Showtime, 1994. Lives of Girls & Women, 1994. Eric McDowell, Derby, ABC, 1995. Local boy, Bloodknot, Showtime, 1995. Tim Moore, Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Ice, NBC, 1996. Vasili, Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance, NBC, 1996. Johnny, Critical Choices, Showtime, 1996. David Cone, Joe Torre: Curveballs along the Way, Showtime, 1997. Detective Steve Nelson, Blood on Her Hands, ABC, 1998. Young Harlan Wade, Evidence of Blood, The Movie Channel, 1998. Captain Allen, 'The Pencilholder/' The Wall, Showtime, 1998. Mark, Jr., Bone Daddy (also known as Palmer's Bones), HBO, 1998. Nick Brennan, To Love, Honor, and Betray, CBS, 1999. Tommy Miller, Spenser: Small Vices (also known as Robert B. Parker's Small Vices and Small Vices), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Leasure, Deliberate Intent, Fox, 2001. O'Brien, What Makes a Family, Lifetime, 2001. Peter Mensch, Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story, VH1, 2001. Ralph Kurek, Brian's Song, ABC, 2001. Mr. Ron McKinley, Stolen Miracle, Lifetime, 2001. Loves Music, Loves to Dance (also known as Mary Higgins Clark's "Loves Music, Loves to Dance"), PAX, 2001. Dr. Watson, WW3, Fox, 2001.

Periodicals: Maclean's, May, 1995. Toronto Star, April 15, 1995. Raygun, April, 1995.

McDERMOTT, Dean 1966-

PERSONAL Born November 16, 1966; married Mary Jo Eustace (a television personality), 1992; children: Jack Montgomery. Addresses: Contact—Oscars, Abrams, Zimel & Associates, 438 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5A 1T4, Canada.

Career: Actor. Appeared in commercial for Bell High Speed Internet, 2001, and other television commercials. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a featured supporting role in a dramatic program, 1997, for Lives of Girls & Women.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Best boy, The Understudy: Graveyard Shift II, Virgin Vision, 1988. Young man at bar, Stepping Out, 1991. Major Pierce, Iron Eagle IV, Trimark Entertainment, 1995. Sheriff Pritchard, A Cool, Dry Place, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Grant Blyth, Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534, 2001. Town doctor, Open Range, Buena Vista, 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Constable Dutton, Conspiracy of Silence, CBS, 1991. Nick Ward, Exploring Ontario's Provincial Parks, 1993.

Television Appearances; Specials: Christmas in America: A Love Story, 1989.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Peter, "Crippled Inside," Friday the 13th: The Series (also known as Friday the 13th), syndicated, 1989. "Photon Blues," My Secret Identity, syndicated, 1989.

Television Appearances; Series: WarBlade, Jim Lee's Wild C.A.T.S.: Covert Action Teams (also known as Wild CATS.), CBS, 1994.

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Career: Actor, director, and writer. Kids in the Hall (comedy troupe), member, 1992—; toured with Kids in the Hall, 2002; Accidentally Cool (rock band), member; previously worked as a movie usher.

Laurier, 'The Man Who Knew Too Little/' Due South, CBSandCTV, 1995. Turnbull, "Bird in the Hand/' Due South, CBS and CTV, 1995. Turnbull, "All the Queen's Horses," Due South, CBS and CTV, 1996. Ray Carter, "Vanishing Act," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1996. Ted Abbott, "Reunion," F/X: The Series, 1997. Sykes, "New Regime," La femme Nikita, USA Network, 1998. Bubba Dean, "Dr. Longball," Due South, syndicated, 1998. Colonel Liam Kincaid, "Message in a Bottle," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 1999. Dash Palmerton, "Treasure Island," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2001. Park Warden, "What's Eating Zack Greenburg?," The Zack Files, 2001. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, "Art of War," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 2002. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, "Honor and Duty," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 2002. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, "Subversion," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 2002. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, "The Journey," Earth: Final Conflict (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Earth: Final Conflict'), syndicated, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Gemini Awards, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1989, 1990, best performance in a variety or performing arts program or series, 1989, best performance in a comedy program or series (individual or ensemble), 1993, CableAce Award nomination, best actor in a comedy, 1990, Gemini Award nominations, best performance in a comedy program or series (individual or ensemble), 1992, 1996, best performance in a comedy program or series, 1994, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1995, 1996, Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding individual achievement in writing in a variety or music program, 1993, 1994, 1995, all for The Kids in the Hall. CREDITS

PERSONAL

Film Appearances: Drug dealer, Zandalee, 1991. Travis Lindsey, Senior Trip (also known as National Lampoon's Senior Trip), New Line Cinema, 1995. Featured church follower, Saving Souls, 1995. Dr. Chris Cooper, Doreen, Chris's dad, and Lacey, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy and The Drug), Paramount, 1996. Motel manager, The Wrong Guy, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Jack, Boy Meets Girl, 1998. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Guppy Calzone, The Godson, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1998. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Announcer, Galaxy Quest, DreamWorks, 1999. Fred, Dinner at Fred's, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1999. Mail man, The Ladies Man (also known as The Ladies' Man), Paramount, 2000. Himself and various characters, Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses, Eclective DVD Distribution, 2001. Voice of Pleakly, Lilo & Stitch (animated), Buena Vista, 2002.

Full name, Kevin Hamilton McDonald; born May 16, 1961, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; son of Hamilton (a dental equipment salesman) and Sheila McDonald; married Tiffany Lacey, 1993 (divorced, 1995). Education: Studied drama at Humber College; studied acting at Second City workshops in Toronto.

Television Appearances; Series: Himself and various characters, The Kids in the Hall, CBC, 1989-1995 and CBS, 1992-1995. The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. Pastor Dave, That '70s Show, Fox, 2000-2001. Voice of Almighty Tallest Purple, Invader ZIM (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001—.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Movies: Mel, The Santa Claus Brothers, 2001.

Also appeared as sheriff, "Storm Warning," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated; Albert Weaver, Twice in a Lifetime, PAX and CTV; Johnny Flynn, Secret Service; Dr. Edward Peters, Birdland.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: The Kids in the Hall, HBO, 1988. Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car, NBC, 1992.

Periodicals: Maclean's, April 1, 2002, p. 32. Rolling Stone, May 19, 1988. TV Guide Canada, April 13, 1996, p. 22.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Unbelievable: America's Wildest Kids, UPN, 1998. (With Kids in the Hall) Sketch Pad, HBO, 2001.

McSHANE, Michael 1957(?)(Micheal McShane, Mike McShane)

Television Appearances; Episodic: Guru Saj, 'The One with Ross's Thing/' Friends, NBC,

1997. Chuck, "All Ellen, All the Time/' Ellen, ABC, 1997. Throwdini, "Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show," NewsRadio, NBC, 1997. Denim Vest, "The Strike," Seinfeld, NBC, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Chuck, "When Ellen Talks, People Listen," Ellen, ABC, 1998. Heller, "Drew and the Conspiracy," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1998. Voice of Tae, "The Nightmare Begins," Invader ZIM (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001. Voice of Mongo Slunchy, "Germs," Invader ZIM (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001. Young Teddy C, "Teddy C," UC: Undercover, 2002. Voice of Random SIR Units, "Megadoomer," Invader ZIM (animated), Nickelodeon, 2002.

PERSONAL Born December 10, 1957 (some sources cite 1955), in Boston, MA; adopted son of an army officer; married. Education: Attended San Francisco State University, 1980. Addresses: Agent—Abrams Artists Agency, Inc., 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1130, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, voice artist, and comic. Member of company, Berkeley Shakespeare Film Festival and Faultline (improvisation group); performer at clubs, including London Comedy Store, 1995. Appeared in commercials, including one for Air Canada Airlines. Military service: U.S. Army, c. 1975-78.

Also appeared as himself, "Best Album of the 1980s," The List, VH1; host, Mad TV, Fox; voice of clown, Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network; voice of zookeeper, The Angry Beavers (animated), Nickelodeon; voice of Pinhead, "The Last Episode Ever," Clerks (animated), ABC; voice of Studd Puppy, The Adventures of Hyperman (animated).

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: (As Mike McShane) Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Channel 4 (England), 1988-1995. 5 and M (also known as Slattery and McShane), Channel 4, 1991. James Howard, The Big One, Channel 4, 1992. Narrator, Broadway Stories, Channel 4, 1994. Lloyd Burwell, Brotherly Love, The WB, 1995-1997. Voices of Twitch Williams and Gareb, Spawn (also known as Todd McFarlane's Spawn), HBO, 1997. Voices of Big Mac and X, Clerks (animated; also known as Clerks: The Animated Series, Clerks TAS, and Clerks: Uncensored)f ABC, 2000. Voice of Wolf, Don't Eat the Neighbours (also known as Big Teeth, Bad Breath), 2001.

Television Director; Episodic: Directed episodes of The Kids in the Hall.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (With others) Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy and The Drug), 1996. Television Pilots: (With others) The Kids in the Hall, HBO, 1988.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Cohost, The Full Wax, Arts and Entertainment, BBC1 (England), c. 1992. Bernard Matthews, "Wild Turkey/' The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4 (England), 1992. The All NewAlexei Sayle Show, BBC (England), 1994. Hugo, 'The Match Game/' ER, NBC, 1996.

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Voices of Tuck and Roll, A Bug's Life (animated), Buena VistaA/Valt Disney, 1998. (As Micheal McShane) Dr. Swanson, Office Space (also known as Cubiculos de la oficina)f Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Harold Vilmes, Drop Dead Gorgeous (also known as Gnadenlos schoen), New Line Cinema, 1999. Jerry, Gold Cup, Full Circle Films, 2000. Voice of Left Hand, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, English-dubbed version, Vision Entertainment, 2001. Bruce, Big Trouble, Buena Vista, 2002. Voice of Worm, Kaena: The Prophecy (computeranimated; also known as Axis and Kaena), Universal, 2002.

Also appeared in The Ruby Wax Show, BBC.

Stage Appearances: Mr. Enright, Taller Than a Dwarf, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 2000. Don, American Buffalo, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, 2002.

Also appeared in the films Best Shot, Howard the Duck, Peggy Sue Got Married, and The Victim. Film Work: (As Mike McShane) Additional voices, Balto (animated), Ascot Elite Entertainment Group/JugendfilmVerleih, 1995. Additional voice, Mononoke Hime (animated; also known as Princess Mononoke), dubbed version, Miramax, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Hal, Tales from Hollywood, PBS, 1992. Harley, Crazy fora Kiss, BBC (England), 1995. Christ "Q" Todd, Tower of Terror, ABC, 1997.

Appeared in A Bright Room Called Day; Exact Change, Lyric Theatre-Hammersmith, London; as Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Fatty Arbuckle (solo show), Hackney Empire Theatre; Funny Thing, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT; Hamlet and Henry IV, both Berkeley Shakespeare Film Festival; as Count Almaviva, The Marriage of Figaro, and as Falstaff, The Merry Wives of Windsor, both San Francisco Shakespeare Festival; Mike McShane Live, Hackney Empire Theatre; Mike McShane with Sweeney and Steene, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland; The Pocket Dream, Albery Theatre, London, and Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, England; and Twelfth Night.

Television Appearances; Other: Hysteria III, BBC4 (England), 1991. Payback (special), NBC, 1999. Appeared on the Academy Awards presentation, 1999. Also appeared in Arena, BBC (England); Clive Anderson Talks Back, [England]; Coronation Street: American Special, Granada (England); Fortune Dane, ABC; Performance: Summer Day's Lease, BBC; A Summer Day's Dream, BBC; and Valley Vision. Film Appearances: Laputa: Castle in the Sky, 1986. Recording engineer, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Paramount, 1988. Angry driver, The Spirit of '76, Columbia, 1990. Friar Tuck, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. Professor Keenbean, Richie Rich, Warner Bros., 1994. Muff Potter, Tom and Huck (also known as The Adventures of Tom and Huck and Tom Sawyer), Buena Vista, 1995.

Stage Appearances; Major Tours: Chief Bromden, One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, Centre Line Productions, British cities, 1999. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Marcus Eisenduller, Blade Runner, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, 1997. 189

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Voice of Cid, Final Fantasy X (also known as FFX and Final Fantasy 10], Square Soft, 2001. Voice of Baron Rakan, Emperor: Battle for Dune, Electronic Arts, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Christian Meoli) Pablo, "Emily" (also known as "The Pink Pearl"), Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1993. (As Christian Meoli) Matt, "The Christmas Show," Ellen, ABC, 1994. (As Christian Meoli) Dangerous felon, "Quantum Wyatt," Weird Science, USA Network, 1995. (As Christian Meoli) Luigi, "Wild Cards," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Magini the Magician, "This Magic Moment," Cleghome!, The WB, 1995. (As Christian Meoli) Van-jacker, "Shocking Tales of Hollywood Gunplay!," The Naked Truth, NBC, 1996. (As Christian Meoli) Phil Farr, "Girl Talk," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. (As Christian Meoli) Marcus Whittaker, "The Paper Clock," The Pretender, NBC, 1996. (As Christian Meoli) Carl, "Turkey Day," Boy Meets World, ABC, 1996. (As Christian Meoli) Jimmy (some sources cite Cody), "Give the Drummer Some," Hitz, UPN, 1997. Detective Jones, "Shanghai Express," Martial Law, CBS, 1998. Telegraph operator, "A.O.L.: Abe on Line," The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer, UPN, 1998. Waiter, "One Wedding and Val's Funeral," V.I.P., syndicated, 1998. Rolf Gaines, "livegirls.now," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1999. (As Christian Meoli) Charles Best, "Target Practice," The Practice, ABC, 1999.

Also voice for the video game WWF Raw. Audio Books: Narrator for the audio books The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, Trafalgar Square Audio; Made in America by Bill Bryson, HarperCollins; and Neither Here nor There by Bill Bryson, HarperCollins.

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PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Glenn Salners, Lichtman/Salners Co., 12216 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91604. Manager—Wendi Niad, Niad Literary and Talent Management, 3465 Coy Dr., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Actor.

CREDITS

Also appeared as Arthur in an episode of C-76 and as Guy, The Naked Truth.

Film Appearances: Federico Aranda, Alive (also known as Alive: The Miracle of the Andes), Buena Vista, 1993. Leonard, Low Life, 1994, Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1996. Second homophobe, Nunzio's Second Cousin, Strand Releasing, 1994. (As Christian Meoli) Mickey Jenks (some sources cite Mickey Jensen), Dogtown, Blockbuster, 1997. (As Christian Meoli) Tobo, Bongwater, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1998. Brian, Wanderlust, 2000.

Stage Appearances: Peter, Absolution, Court Theatre, Los Angeles, 1999. Also appeared in Chess, The Cradle Will Rock, and Sky's End, all Blank Theatre Company, Los Angeles; The Comedy of Errors, Macbeth, and The Ruffian on the Stair, all Philadelphia Repertory Theatre, Philadelphia, PA; Inherit the Wind, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia; Hello Dolly! and Pippin, both Stagedoor Manor Theatre, New York; Reefer Madness, Los Angeles production; and Tony /n/ Tina's Wedding, Baltimore Repertory Theatre, Baltimore, MD.

Television Appearances; Series: Boz Bishop, a recurring role, Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges), CBS, 1998-2001.

MILLER, Bruce PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Movies: Julio, In This Corner, Showtime, 1994. Prancer, Persons Unknown, HBO, 1996. Aldo, Tuesdays with Morrie (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents Tuesdays with Morrie), ABC, 1999. Spanish Johnny, The Song of the Lark, PBS, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Talent Entertainment Group, 9111 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. 190

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Television Conductor and Music Arranger; Specials: Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul, PBS, 1988. Christmas on Ice (also known as Disney's Christmas on Ice), CBS, 1990.

Career: Composer, conductor, and music arranger. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination (with Darryl Phinnessee), outstanding individual achievement in main title theme music, 1994, for Frasier.

Television Work; Specials: Music arranger, Sammy Davis Jr/s 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1990. Orchestrator, Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Music supervisor, Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love, NBC, 1991.

CREDITS Film Conductor and Music Arranger: Lepke, Warner Bros., 1975. Serial, Paramount, 1980. The Nude Bomb (also known as Maxwell Smart and the Nude Bomb and The Return of Maxwell Smart), Universal, 1980. The Competition, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1980. The Ice Pirates, 1984. Masters of the Universe, Cannon Films, 1987. Square Dance (also known as Home Is Where the Heart Is), Island Pictures, 1987. Brain Donors (also known as Lame Ducks), 1992.

WRITINGS

Television Conductor and Music Arranger; Series: Soul Train, 1971. (And main title) Knots Landing, CBS, 1979. Falcon Crest, CBS, 1981. (And theme) Entertainment Tonight (also known as E.T. and Entertainment This Week), syndicated, 1981. Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1982. (And main title) Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (also known as The New Mike Hammer), CBS, 1984. What's Happening Now!, syndicated, 1985. Designing Women, CBS, 1986. Married ... with Children, Fox, 1987. Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1987. Sister Kate, NBC, 1989. Sisters, NBC, 1991. Television Work; Series: Music arranger, Wings, NBC, 1990. Music director, You Asked for It Again, 1991. Additional music producer, Step by Step, 1991. Television Conductor and Music Arranger; Movies: Combat High (also known as Combat Academy), 1986. To Heal a Nation, NBC, 1988. I'll Be Home for Christmas, CBS, 1988. Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Stranger, NBC, 1990. Television Conductor and Music Arranger; Miniseries: Lace II, NBC, 1985. The Two Mrs. Grenvilles, NBC, 1987. 191

Film Scores: The Last Dragon (also known as Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon), TriStar Pictures, 1985. (And song, ''Deborah Says Yes") The Outing (also known as The Lamp), Moviestore Entertainment, 1986. Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues, 1988. Gwang tin lung foo wool (also known as China White, The Deadly Sin, Hong tian long hu hui, and Rumbling Sky Dragon Tiger Meeting), 1989. Ski Patrol, Triumph Releasing Corp., 1990. In Pursuit, Showcase Entertainment, 2000. Film Songs: Perfect, 1985. "Family Affair," Undercover Brother, 2002. Television Scores; Series: Knots Landing, CBS, 1979. Falcon Crest, CBS, 1981. The Krypton Factor, 1981. Motown Revue, NBC, 1985. Amen, NBC, 1986. Designing Women, CBS, 1986. The Hogan Family, 1986. Spies, CBS, 1987. Life's Most Embarrassing Moments, 1988. Wings, NBC, 1990. Hearts Afire, CBS, 1992. Shaky Ground, 1992. The John Larroquette Show (also known as Larroquette), NBC, 1993. (And theme) Frasier, NBC, 1993. Matlock, ABC, 1994-1995. Almost Perfect, CBS, 1995. The Pursuit of Happiness, NBC, 1995. The Preston Episodes, Fox, 1995. Women of the House, 1995. The Home Court, 1995. Something So Right, NBC, 1996-1997 then ABC, 1998-1999. Union Square, NBC, 1997.

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Jenny, NBC, 1997. (And theme) Kids Say the Darndest Things, CBS, 1998. The Simple Life, CBS, 1998. Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998. (And theme) Encore! Encore!, NBC, 1998. (And theme) Becker, CBS, 1998. (And theme) Guinness World Records: Primetime, Fox,

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1998. Love & Money, CBS, 1999. (And theme) The Trouble with Normal, ABC, 2000. Some of My Best Friends, 2001. The Random Years, UPN, 2002.

PERSONAL Full name, Kirby Robert Morrow; born August 28, 1973, in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.

Television Title Music; Series: Vicki!, 1992.

Addresses: Agent—Lauren Levitt & Associates, Inc., 1525 West 8th Ave., 3rd Floor, Vancouver BC V6J 1T5, Canada.

Television Title Music; Movies: U.S. Marshals: Waco & Rhinehart, ABC, 1987. The Man from Hope, 1992. Louis in St. Louis, 1992. Mother of the Bride, CBS, 1993. Bonanza: The Return, NBC, 1993. Bonanza: Under Attack, NBC, 1995. A Place Called America, 1996.

Career: Actor, voice performer, and stunt double. Also worked as a stand-up comedian. CREDITS Film Appearances: Voice of Picolet Chardin II, Ranma 1/2 (animated), 1993. Drive, Sombrio, 1997. Jerry, Jerry's Day, 1999. (English voice) Voice of Van Fanel, Escaflowne (animated; also known as Escaflowne: The Movie), Bandai Entertainment, Inc., 2000. Tiger #1, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Keystone Family Pictures, 2000. Voice of Jason Jenkins, Kong (animated), 2000. Palmer, Bones, New Line Cinema, 2001. Ash, Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice, Universal Home Entertainment, 2002.

Television Additional Music; Movies: Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer, NBC, 1990. Television Scores; Specials: Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. The Temptations and Four Tops, Showtime, 1986. Nell Carter Special (also known as Nell Carter—Never Too Old to Dream), NBC, 1986. Michael Jackson, Showtime, 1988. The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990. Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love, 1991. Louie Anderson: Louie in St. Louie, Showtime, 1993. Denver Summit of the Eights (G-8 Summit), 1997. World's Funniest Pets, CBS, 1999. Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute, TNT, 1999. Legacy (Bill Clinton Retrospective—2000 DNC), 2000. Hillary 2000 (NY Primary), 2000.

Television Appearances; Animated Series: (English voice) Voice of Woody Maiden, Kido senshi Gandamu (also known as Mobile Suit Gundam), 1979. Voice of Zadam, Brats of the Lost Nebula, The WB,

1998. Voice of Redline, NASCAR Racers, Fox, 2000. Voice of Trowa Barton, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (also known as Gundam Wing), Cartoon Network, 2000. Voices of Van Fanel, first knight, and first evil helper, Escaflowne (also known as FoxKids' Escaflowne and The Vision of Escaflowne), Fox, 2000. Voices of Scott Summers/Cyclops, Rogue, Baily, and opposing player, X-Men: Evolution, The WB, 2000. Voices of Tommy Tukyuk, birdwatcher, Private Yang, glee club, and wimpy guy, Yvon of the Yukon, YTV, 2000.

Television Theme Songs; Specials: Kids Say the Darndest Things, CBS, 1997. Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!, CBS, 1999. Come Together, ABC, 2001. Television Scores; Pilots: B-Men, CBS, 1989. The World According to Straw, Fox, 1990. 192

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Marco Becker, "Passion Play/' Highlander: The Raven, syndicated, 1998. Voice of beta class android, "Baby Lottery/' Total Recall 2070 (animated), Showtime, 1999. Quentin Billup, "Ohio Players," First Wave, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999. Voice of Picolet Chardin, "Bonjour, Furinkan!," Ranma 1/2 (animated), 2000. Voice of Picolet Chardin, "Dinner at Ringside!," Ranma 1/2 (animated), 2000. Rick Hedstrom, "The First Freshman," Seven Days, UPN, 2001. Scott Caputo, "The Wall," Special Unit 2, UPN, 2001. Voice of Dr. Tofu, "Akane Goes to the Hospital!," Ranma 1/2 (animated), 2001. Angus Devereaux, "The Touch," Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002. T'arac, "The Warrior," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2002. Angus Deveraux, "The Touch," Jeremiah, 2002. Also appeared as Eric, "Flamers," Cold Squad, CTV; voice of Jimmy Woo, Action Man, Fox; voice of Ken's brother, "Genesis of Evil," Digimon (animated); voice of Noel, "Search for Sandy's Brother," Hamtaro (animated); voice of OSMAU, Digimon (animated); voice, Brats of the Lost Nebula, The WB. Television Work; Episodic: T'arac stunt double, Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2002. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice, Kessen, 2000. Also worked as voices of Jacques, Red Ninja, Steve, and Goon, Jackie Chan—StuntMaster.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: John Maddux, The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, NBC, 1999.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Nutcracker/Prince Eric, Barbie in "The Nutcracked (animated), CBS, 2001.

Electronic: Kirby Morrow Official Web Site, http://www. kirbymorrow.com, September 2, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Student #1, also known as Kirby, "Double Helix," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1997. Tim Vernon, "The Best Couple," Viper, syndicated, 1997. Phillippe, "When in Rome ... ," Breaker High, 1997. Militia man warrior, "Cor-Ai," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 1998. Kirby, "The Origin of Species," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1998.

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Vernon Lynch (a plant foreman); married Nicole Mitchell (a model), March 18, 1993; children: Bria, Myles Mitchell, Shayne Audra, Zola Ivy, Bella Zahra; (with Tamara Hood) one son; (with Paulette McNeely) one son. Education: Graduate of Roosevelt High School, New York, NY; attended Nassau Community College.

performance, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actor—comedy, 1997, all for The Nutty Professor; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding animated program (for programming one hour or less), Annie Award nomination, outstanding individual for voice acting in an animated television production, 1999, for The PJs; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor—comedy, 1999, for Doctor Doolittle; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Martin Lawrence), favorite comedy team, 2000, for Life; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Steve Martin), favorite comedy team, 2000, for Bowfinger; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor—comedy, 2001, for Nutty Professor II: The Klumps; People's Choice Award nominations, favorite motion picture star in a comedy, 2000, 2001; People's Choice Award, favorite motion picture star in a comedy, 2002; Annie Award, outstanding individual achievement for voice acting by a male performer in an animated feature, Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actor, Film Award nomination, performance by an actor in a supporting role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Blimp Award, favorite voice from an animated movie, Kid's Choice Awards, MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance and best on-screen team (with Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers), 2002, all for Shrek; Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Rogers & Cowan PR, 1888 Century Park East, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Contact— c/o ML Management Associates, Inc., 1740 Broadway, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10019; P.O. Box 1028, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632. Career: Actor, comedian, producer, director, and writer. Has performed as a stand-up comedian at Richard M. Dixon's White House in Long Island, NY, The Comic Strip, and various New York City clubs; Eddie Murphy Productions, Inc., founder; Yeah! (charitable foundation), founder; appeared in commercial for Toyota Celica GT-Four (in Japan) and as voice of donkey, Baskin Robbins, 2001. Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nomination, best comedy album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1983, for Eddie Murphy; Image Award, entertainer of the year, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1983; Golden Globe Award nomination, new male star of the year, 1983, for 48 Hours; Emmy Award nominations, best supporting actor in a comedy, variety, or music series, 1983, and best writing for a variety or music program, 1984, both for Saturday Night Live; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/musical, 1984, for Trading Places; Grammy Award, best comedy album, 1984, for Eddie Murphy: Comedian; ShoWest Convention Special Award, star of the year, 1985; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/musical, 1985, for Beverly Hills Cop; People's Choice Award, favorite all-around male entertainer, Procter and Gamble Productions, 1985; American Cinematheque Award, 1987; People's Choice Award, best motion picture actor, 1989; ShoWest Convention Special Award, star of the decade, 1992; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1993, for Boomerang; National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, 1996, Saturn Award, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/ musical, Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, MTV Movie Award nominations, best comedic performance and best male

CREDITS Film Appearances: Reggie Hammond, 48 Hours/ Paramount, 1982. Billy Ray Valentine, Trading Places, Paramount, 1983. Himself, Eddie Murphy Delirious, 1983. The Best of the Big Laff Off, 1983. Lieutenant T. M. Landry, Best Defense, Paramount, 1984. Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop, Paramount, 1984. Chandler Jarrell, The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986. Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop II, Paramount, 1987. Himself, Eddie Murphy Raw (concert performance), Paramount, 1987. Zombie pimp, Hollywood Shuffle, Samuel Goldwyn, 1987. Prince Akeem, Clarence, Saul, and Randy Watson, Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. E. M. Quick, Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. (In archive footage) Himself, Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt, 1989. Reggie Hammond, Another 48 Hours, Paramount, 1990. 194

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Marcus Graham, Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. Thomas Jefferson Johnson, The Distinguished Gentleman, Buena Vista, 1992. Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop III, Paramount, 1994. Maximillian/Preacher Pauly/Guido, Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn), Paramount/United International Pictures, 1995. Sherman Klump/Buddy Love/Lance Perkins/Cletus "Papa" Klump/Anna Pearl "Mama" Klump/lda Mae "Granma" Klump/Ernie Klump, Sr., The Nutty Professor, Universal, 1996. Scott Roper, Metro, Buena Vista/Touchstone Films, 1997. Voice of Mushu the Demoted One, Mulan (animated), Buena Vista/Walt Disney Pictures, 1998. Dr. John Dolittle (title role), Doctor Dolittle (also known as Dr. Dolittle), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. G., Holy Man, Buena Vista, 1998. Toddlers, Behaviour Worldwide, 1999. Kit Ramsey/Jiffernson "Jiff" Ramsey, Bowfinger's Big Thing (also known as Bowfinger), Universal, 1999. Rayfor Gibson, Life, Universal, 1999. Voice of donkey, Shrek (animated), Red Feather Photoplays, 2001. Sherman Klump/Buddy Love/Cletus "Papa" Klump/ Young Cletus Klump/Anna Pearl "Mama" Jensen Klump/ Ida Mae "Granny" Jensen/Ernie Klump, Sr./ Lance Perkins, The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (also known as The Klumps), Universal, 2000. Dr. John Dolittle (title role), Dr. Doolittle 2 (also known as DR.2 and DR2), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001. Officer/Detective Trey Sellars, Showtime, Warner Bros., 2002. Title role, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, Warner Bros., 2002. Alexander Scott, / Spy, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002.

What's Alan Watching Now? (also known as Outrageous and What's Alan Watching?), CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Joe Piscopo's HBO Special, HBO, 1984. (In archive footage) Himself, The Great Standups (also known as The Great Standups: Sixty Years of Laughter), 1984. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 23rd Anniversary, NBC, 1985. The Joe Piscopo New Jersey Special, ABC, 1986. The All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1987. Saturday Night Live 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. Mike Tyson—A Portrait of the People's Champion (also known as A Special Look at the People's Champion—Mike Tyson), syndicated, 1989. Host, Sammy Davis Jr/s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. Himself, The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World (also known as Walt Disney World's 20th Anniversary Celebration), CBS, 1991. Host, A Party for Richard Pryor, CBS, 1991. (In archive footage) Himself, Johnny Carson's 29th Anniversary, 1991. Hollywood Hotshots, Fox, 1992. What Is This Thing Called Love? The Barbara Walters Special (also known as What Is This Thing Called Love?), ABC, 1993. The Road to Hollywood, NBC, 1993. Laughing Matters (also known as Funny Business), Showtime, 1993. The Chris Evert Special, syndicated, 1993. (In archive footage) Himself, Stevie Wonder, Jesse Jackson, and Velvet Jones, Mo' Funny: Black Comedy in America, 1993. (In archive footage) Himself, But ... Seriously, Showtime, 1994. Addicted to Fame, ABC, 1994. (In archive footage) Himself, Television's Christmas Classics, 1994. Himself, What Makes You Laugh? (also known as Who Makes You Laugh?), ABC, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, 20 Years of Comedy on HBO, HBO, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1999. A Century of Black Cinema, syndicated, 2000. Himself, Creating a Fairy Tale World: The Making of "Shrek," 2001. Himself, Inside TV Land: African Americans in Television (documentary), TV Land, 2002.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Golden Child, 1986. Executive producer, Eddie Murphy Raw, Paramount, 1987. Director and executive producer, Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. Producer, Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn), Paramount/United International Pictures, 1995. Producer, Life, Universal, 1999. Executive producer, Natty Professor II: The Klumps (also known as The Klumps), Universal, 2000. Television Appearances; Series: Cast, Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL, Saturday Night Live 80, and Saturday Night), NBC, 1980-1984. Voice of Thurgoode Orenthal Stubbs, The PJs (animated), Fox, 1999—. 195

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So Happy, CBS, 1989. Distinguished Gentleman, 1992. Love's Alright, Motown, 1993. Eddie Murphy: Greatest Comedy Hits, Sony, 1997. All I "$*©*#" Know, Sony, 1998. Singles include "I Was a King," Sony, 1993. Albums; Contributing Vocals: Joe Piscopo, New Jersey, Columbia, 1982. Album Work; Engineer: Dave Koz, Lucky Man, Capitol, 1993. Tasha Holiday, Just the Way You Like It, MCA, 1997. Also assistant engineer, Barry Lather, Turn Me Loose, Atlantic. Music Videos: Pharaoh, "Remember the Time," History (also known as Michael Jackson: Video Greatest Hits-HIStory), 1994.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Late Night with David Letterman, 1988. Late Show with David Letterman, 1994, 1996. Himself, The Arsenio Hall Show, 1989. Himself, Clive Anderson All Talk, 1996. Himself, "Nick Takes Over Hollywood/' The Nick Cannon Show, Nickelodeon, 2002.

Videos: Himself, The Joe Piscopo Video (also known as The Joe Piscopo Show), 1985. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Eddie Murphy, 1998. Various, Saturday Night Live Christmas, Trimark Video, 1999. Voice of Donkey, Shrek: Swamp Karaoke Dance Party (animated), DreamWorks, 2001.

Television Work; Series: Executive producer and creator, The Royal Family, CBS, 1991. Executive producer, The PJs, Fox, 1999—.

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Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, The Kid Who Loved Christmas (also known as The Boy Who Loved Christmas), syndicated, 1990.

Screenplays: Eddie Murphy Delirious, 1983. Eddie Murphy Raw (concert performance), Paramount, 1987. Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989.

Television Work; Pilots: (With Edmund and James Brown) Executive producer, What's Alan Watching Now? (also known as Outrageous and What's Alan Watching?), CBS, 1989. Executive producer, "Coming to America," CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1989. Executive producer, Clippers, CBS, 1991.

Film Stories: Beverly Hills Cop //, Paramount, 1987. Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. (As Fred Braughton) Another 48 Hours, Paramount, 1990. Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn), Paramount/United International Pictures, 1995.

Television Work; Specials: Designer, Budgie the Little Helicopter, Fox, 1995. RECORDINGS

Television Series: (With others) Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL, Saturday Night Live 80, and Saturday Night), NBC, 1982-1984.

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MURRAY nifer Butler, July 4, 1997; children: (first marriage) Homer, Luke; (second marriage) Jackson, Caleb, Cooper. Education: Attended Regis College, Denver, CO; studied comedy at Second City Workshop, Chicago, IL; studied at the Sorbonne, University of Paris, 1980s.

Television Pilots: "Conning to America/' CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1989. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 20, Gale Group, 1998. Notable Black American Men, Gale Research, 1998. Ruth, Marianne, Eddie: Eddie Murphy from A to Z, 1985. Sanello, Frank, Eddie Murphy: The Life and Times of a Comic on the Edge, 1997.

Addresses: Agent—Jessica Tuchinsky, Creative Artists Agency Inc., 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825. Career: Actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. Founder and leader of an improvisational acting troupe, New York City, 1986; performed with Second City improvisational comedy group, Chicago, IL. Murray Bros. Caddyshack (restaurant), St. Augustine, FL, cofounder, 2001; Goldklang Group (owners of minor league baseball teams, including St. Paul Saints, Fort Myers Miracle, Charleston Riverdogs, Valley Renegades, Evansville Otters, and Brockton Rox, and managers of Portland Beavers), partner. Also worked as a golf caddy and in a pizza parlor.

Periodicals: Commentary, March, 1985. Ebony, July, 1985; July, 1988. Entertainment Weekly, December 18, 1992, p. 18; November 8, 1996, p. 77; June 19, 1998, p. 47; July 10, 1998, p. 48. Esquire, December, 1985. Interview, September, 1987, p. 60. Jet, June 13, 1994, p. 56; January 20, 1997, p. 10; May 19, 1997, p. 17. New Statesman, July 31, 1998, p. 42. Newsweek, January 3, 1983; June 20, 1983; January 7, 1985. New York, January 11, 1988. New York Times, October 26, 1981; March 10, 1985; December 19, 1987; January 10, 1988; February 22, 1988. People, April 13, 1987; August 8, 1988, p. 76; January 27, 1997, p. 22. Playboy, February, 1990, p. 47. Premiere, August, 1992, p. 54. Rolling Stone, July 2, 1987; August 24, 1989, p. 50. Time, June 12, 1983. Vanity Fair, June, 1984. Variety, October 12, 1998, p. 39. Washington Post, December 8, 1982.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award (with others), best writing in a comedy series, 1977, and Emmy Award nomination, 1979, both for Saturday Night Live; Genie Award nomination, best performance by a foreign actor, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1980, for Meatballs; named male star of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1984; named Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year, Harvard University, 1985; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1985, for Ghostbusters; MTV Movie Award nominations, best comedic performance, 1992, for What about Bob, and 1993, for Groundhog Day; Annual Comedy Performer Award, Sons of the Desert, 1997; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, National Society of Film Critics Award, and New York Film Critics Circle Award, all best supporting actor, 1998, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best supporting actor, Golden Satellite Award, best actor in a supporting role in a motion picture comedy or musical, Independent Spirit Award, best supporting male, Independent Features Project, American Comedy Award, funniest supporting actor in a motion picture, and Lone Star Film and Television Award, best supporting actor, all 1999, all for Rushmore; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical category, 2000, for Cradle Will Rock; American Comedy Award nomination, funniest male performer in a television special, 2000, for Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary; Blockbuster Entertainment Award,

MURRAY, Bill 1950PERSONAL Full name, William James Murray; born September 21, 1950, in Evanston (some sources cite Wilmette), IL; son of Edward J. (in lumber sales) and Lucille (a mail room clerk) Murray; brother of Brian Doyle-Murray (an actor), John Murray (an actor), and Joel Murray (an actor and comedy writer); married Margaret "Mickey" Kelly, January 24, 1980 (divorced, 1994); married Jen197

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favorite supporting actor in an action movie, 2001, for Charlie's Angels; also received Jack Benny Award, excellence in entertainment, University of California, Los Angeles.

Maurice Melnick, With Friends Like These (also known as Mom's on the Roof), Miramax, 1999. Herman J. Blume, Rushmore, Buena Vista, 1998. Kenneth Bowden, Wild Things (also known as Sex Crimes), Columbia/Sony Pictures Entertainment,

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Jack Vardell, Scout's Honor, 1999. Tommy Crickshaw, Cradle Will Rock, Buena Vista,

Film Appearances: Voice, Jungle Burger (also known as Shame of the Jungle, Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle, La honte de la jungle, and Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle), SND Valista Films, 1975. (Uncredited) Man in bar, Next Stop, Greenwich Village, 1976. Tripper Harrison, Meatballs (also known as Summer Camp), Paramount, 1977. The Dogs, 1978. A Bird for All Seasons, 1979. First Love, 1979. Man on the street, Mr. Mike's Mondo Video, 1979. Carl Spackler, Caddyshack, Warner Bros., 1980. Lefty Schwartz, Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions and Quackers), Atlantic Releasing, 1980. Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Where the Buffalo Roam, Universal, 1980. John Winger, Stripes, Columbia, 1981. Jeff, Tootsie (also known as Would I Lie to You?), Columbia, 1982. Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters, Columbia, 1984. Ted Breughel, Nothing Lasts Forever, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1984. Larry Darrell, The Razor's Edge, Columbia, 1984. Arthur Denton, Little Shop of Horrors, Warner Bros., 1986. Frank Xavier Cross, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. (Uncredited) She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters II, Columbia, 1989. Grimm, Quick Change, Warner Bros., 1990. Bob "Bobby" Wiley, What about Bob?, Buena Vista, 1991. Shepherd, Maniac Warriors, North American Pictures,

Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters 1999, 1999. Polonius, Hamlet, Miramax, 2000. Himself, Michael Jordan to the Max, Giant Screen Sports, 2000. John Bosley (J. D. Range), Charlie's Angels (also known as 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Columbia, 2000. Frank, Osmosis Jones, Warner Bros., 2001. Raleigh St. Clair, The Royal Tenenbaums, Buena Vista, 2001. Ezri Stovall, Speaking of Sex, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001. Lounge singer, Ocean's Eleven, 2001.

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Film Work: Performer of theme song, "The Best Thing (Love Song)," Polyester, New Line Cinema, 1981. (With Robert Greenhut) Producer and (with Howard Franklin) director, Quick Change, Warner Bros., 1990. Executive producer, Confessions of a Hit Man, Hemdale, 1994. Television Appearances; Series: Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, ABC, 1976. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1977-1980. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bill, The Sweet Spot, Comedy Central, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1981. Guest, Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1982. "The Days of the Week/Street Beef," SCTV Network 90, 1982. Mr. McNulty, "No Substitutions," Square Pegs, CBS, 1983. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1987. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1993. Guest/ The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1993.

1992. Phil Connors, Groundhog Day, Columbia, 1993. Frank Milo, Mad Dog and Glory, Universal, 1993. " 4 x 4 " driver, Knights, 1993. John "Bunny" Breckenridge, Ed Wood, Buena Vista, 1994. Ernie McCracken, Kingpin, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Jack Corcoran, Larger than Life (also known as Large as

Life and Nickel and Dime), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1996. Himself, Space Jam, Warner Bros., 1996. Wallace "Wally" Ritchie, The Man Who Knew Too Little (also known as Agent Null Null Nix and Watch That Man), Warner Bros., 1997.

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Stage Appearances: The National Lampoon Show, New Palladium Theatre, New York City, 1975. Nick, The Guys, Flea Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Voice of Geppeto, "Pinocchio and the Golden Key/' Stones from My Childhood (also known as Mikhail Baryshnikov's Stories from My Childhood), PBS, 1997. Guest, The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, CBS, 1997. Guest, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1997. Guest, The Daily Show, 1997. Guest, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, NBC, 1997. Guest, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1998.

Appeared as Luther Billis, South Pacific, off-Broadway production. Radio Appearances: National Lampoon Radio Hour, 1975. Voices of Johnny Storm and the Human Torch, Marvel Comics's Fantastic Four, 1975.

Television Appearances; Specials: Bill Murray the K, All You Need Is Cash (also known as TheRutles)f NBC, 1978. Things We Did Last Summer, NBC, 1978. Bill Murray Live from the Second City, 1980. The Rodney Dangerfield Show, ABC, 1980. Steve Martin's Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me, ABC, 1982. Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All-Star 50th Anniversary, CBS, 1986. Premiere: Inside the Summer Blockbusters, Fox, 1989. Late Night with David Letterman Eighth Anniversary Special, NBC, 1990. Walter Cronkite, Saturday Night Live's Presidential Bash, NBC, 1992. Late Night with David Letterman: 10th Anniversary, NBC, 1992. The 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special, NBC, 1993. Gilda Radner: In Her Own Words, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 4, Fox, 1996. John Belushi: The El True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999. Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special), NBC, 1999. The Story Behind: Caddyshack, NBC, 2001.

RECORDINGS Videos: The Best of John Belushi, 1985. The Best of Dan Aykroyd, 1986. The Best of Gilda Radner, 1989. Host of Spanish game show, Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies, NBC Studios, 1998. Ghostbusters' SFX Team Featurette, 1999. The Making of "Charlie's Angels," Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000. Also appeared in the music videos "Hot, Hot, Hot" by Buster Poindexter and as Peter Venkman, "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker, Jr.

WRITINGS Screenplays:

(With John Byrum) The Razor's Edge (based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham), Columbia, 1984. Stage: The National Lampoon Show, New Palladium Theatre, New York City, 1975. Television Episodes:

Also appeared in Second City—25 Years in Revue.

Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1977-1980.

Television Appearances; Pilots: The TV TV Show, NBC, 1977. Twilight Theatre, NBC, 1982.

Television Writing; Other: The TV TV Show (pilot), NBC, 1977. Bill Murray Live from the Second City (special), 1980.

Television Work: Theme song performer, Things We Did Last Summer (special), NBC, 1978. Executive producer, Bill Murray Live from the Second City (special), 1980. Creative producer, The Sweet Spot (miniseries), Comedy Central, 2002.

Radio Series: National Lampoon Radio Hour, 1975. Writing; Other: (With George Peper) A Cinderella Story: My Life in Golf, Doubleday (New York City), 1999.

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Entertainment Weekly, March 19, 1993, pp. 20-26; January 10, 1997, p. 66; November 21, 1997,

Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. Murray, Bill, and George Peper, A Cinderella Story: My Life in Golf, Doubleday (New York City), 1999. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000.

Film Comment, November/December, 1993, pp. 5-8. Interview, February, 1999, p. 50. Newsweek, November 11, 1996, p. 78. New York Times Magazine, November 20, 1988, pp. 39, 52-54, 94, 106; January 31, 1999. Parade, February 21, 1999, pp, 4-6, Premiere, August, 1990, pp. 57-64. Sport, October, 1997, pp. 86-89. Sports Illustrated, June 10, 2002, p. 25. TV Guide, March 30, 2002, pp. 20-23. USA Today, October 30, 1996. Variety, September 14, 1998, pp. 33-35.

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Periodicals: Biography, September, 1999, pp. 16-17. Empire, October, 1997, p. 200.

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Voices of Count von Count and Herry Monster, Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird (also known as Follow That Bird), Warner Bros., 1985. Darren Thomas, Robocop 2, Orion, 1990. George Blaurock, The Radicals, Artisan, 1990. Voices of Tiny Tim Cratchit, Robin, Jacob Marley, Statler, Ma Bear, Pops, Lew Zealand, Ghost of Christmas Present, and others, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Buena Vista, 1992. Voices of Robin and Big Bad Wolf, Muppet Classic Theater, 1994. Voices of Trelawney's butler, Figurehead, Statler, Floyd Pepper, Robin, Blind Pew, Mad Monty, and Lew Zealand, Muppet Treasure Island, Buena Vista, 1996. Voices of Ubergonzo, Statler, Robin, and Sergeant Floyd Pepper, Muppets from Space, Columbia, 1999. Voices of Count, Pestie, Grouch Mayor, and Grouch Cop, The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, Columbia, 1999. Kermit's Swamp Years: The Real Story behind Kermit the Frog's Early Years (also known as Kermit's Swamp Years), Columbia TriStar, 2002.

NELSON, Jerry 1934PERSONAL Born July 10, 1934, in OK; married; wife's name, Jan; children: Christine. Career: Actor, voice performer, and puppeteer. Henson & Company, puppeteer and performer, beginning c. 1960s; appeared as Statler (Muppet character) in television commercials for Denny's Diner, 2002. Previously performed with Arena Stage, Washington, DC, and with Gateway Theatre, Long Island, NY. Military service: U.S. Army, c. 1954-56. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding variety, music, or comedy program, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, and Emmy Award (with others), outstanding variety, music, or comedy program, 1978, all for The Muppet Show. CREDITS

Film Work: Muppet performer, The Creat Muppet Caper, Universal, 1981.

Film Apppearances: Robin Featherstone, Tales from Muppetland: The Frog Prince (also known as The Frog Prince), Jim Henson, 1972. Voices of Floyd Pepper, Camilla, Crazy Harry, Robin the frog, and Lew Zealand, The Muppet Movie, Columbia TriStar, 1979. Voices of Floyd Pepper, Camilla, and Lew Zealand, and (uncredited) man with daughter in park, The Great Muppet Caper, Universal, 1981. Voice of Skeksis High Priest/Dying emperor, The Dark Crystal, Buena Vista Home Video, 1982. Voices of Floyd Pepper, Camilla, and Lew Zealand, The Muppets Take Manhattan, TriStar, 1984.

Television Appearances; Series: Voices of Count von Count, Herry Monster, Amazing Mumford, Two-Headed Monster, Fat Blue, Simon Soundman, Sherlock Hemlock, Herbert Birdsfood, Biff Hardhat, Fred the Wonderhorse, and Brother Twiddlebug, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, Open Sesame and Sesame Park), PBS, 1971—. Voice of Mr. Snuffleupagus, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, Open Sesame and Sesame Park), PBS, 1971-1977. 201

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Voices of Vend-a-Face, J. P. Grosse, Thog, Lew Zealand, and Fleet Scribbler, The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1976-1977. Voices of Camilla, Sergeant Floyd Pepper, Robin the Frog, and Crazy Harry, The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1977—. Voices of Uncle Deadly, Dr. Julius Strangepork, and Pops, The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1980—. Voices of Gogo, Marjorie the Trash Heap, Pa Gorg, and Architect, Fraggle Rock (also known as Fraggle Rock with Jim Henson's Muppets and Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock), HBO, 1983—. Voices of Jobeth Garf Toohoo and Bubba the Bartender, The Jim Henson Hour, NBC, 1989—. Balthazar, The Secret Life of Toys (also known as Jim Henson's Secret Life of Toys), The Disney Channel, 1994. Voices of Lew Zealand, Statler, and announcer, Muppets Tonight!, ABC, 1996—.

Television Appearances; Movies: Voice, Muppet Musicians of Bremen, 1972. Count von Count, Cinderelmo, Fox, 1999. Television Work; Series: Muppet performer, The Secret Life of Toys (also known as Jim Henson's Secret Life of Toys), The Disney Channel, 1994. Muppet performer, Muppets Tonight!, ABC, 1996—. Television Work; Specials: Puppeteer, The Muppets Go Hollywood, ABC, 1981. Puppeteer, A Muppet Family Christmas, ABC, 1987. Puppeteer, Holiday Greetings from the Ed Sullivan Show, CBS, 1992. Muppet performer, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!, ABC, 1994. Puppeteer, "Sesame Street's Peter and the Wolf/' Sesame Street, PBS, 2000. Muppet performer, Elmo's Magic Cookbook, Food Network, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ''Secrets of the Muppets/' The Jim Henson Hour, NBC, 1992.

RECORDINGS Television Appearances; Specials: Emmet otter, weasel, Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas, HBO, 1977. Of Muppets and Men: The Making of the Muppet Show (documentary), 1981. The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years, CBS, 1986. Balthazar, The Christmas Toy (also known as Jim Henson's The Christmas Toy), ABC, 1986. Down at Fraggle Rock ... Behind the Scenes (documentary), 1987. Voices of Mrs. Bear, Robin Frog, Sergeant Floyd pepper, Count von Count, Gobo, and others, A Muppet Family Christmas, ABC, 1987. Voices of customer at Graver's Restaurant, Count von Count, Pretty Great Performances announcer, and others, Sesame Street Special (also known as Put Down the Duckie), PBS, 1988. Sesame Street... 20 and Still Counting, NBC, 1989. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special, ABC, 1990. The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, CBS, 1990. Voices of Camilla, Lew Zealand, Ma Bear, Robin the Frog, Crazy Harry, Sergeant Floyd Pepper, and Louis Kazagger, The Muppets at Walt Disney World, NBC, 1990. Voices of Count von Count and two-headed monster, Big Bird's Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake, PBS, 1991. Sesame Street Stays Up Late! A Monster New Year's Eve Party, PBS, 1993. Voice of Count von Count, Elmo Saves Christmas, PBS, 1996. Voices of Biff, Count von Count, two-headed monster, and announcer, Elmopalooza!, ABC, 1998. / Love Muppets, BBC, 2002.

Video Games: Muppets Treasure Island, 1996. The Muppet CD-ROM: Muppets Inside, 1996. Voices of Floyd, Robin, and Statler, Muppet Race Mania, Midway Games, 2000.

NELSON, Tim Blake 1965PERSONAL Born 1965, in Tulsa, OK; married Lisa Banvides; children: one son. Education: Brown University, degree in classics, 1986; Julliard School, degree in drama, 1990. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—\/D PR NY, 9 Desbrosses St., 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10013. Career: Actor, writer, director, producer, and editor. Awards, Honors: Bronze Award, Tokyo International Film Festival, American Independent Award, Seattle International Film Festival, 1997, Someone to Watch Award nomination, Independent Spirit Awards, 1998, all for Eye of God; Golden Space Needle Award, Seattle International Film Festival, best director, 2001, for O; 202

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Television Appearances; Specials: Hardcore, HBO, 1993. Himself, Inside Look: Down from the Mountain, 2000.

Golden Seashell nomination, San Sebastian International Film Festival, 2001, for The Grey Zone; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with others), best onscreen team, 2001, both for O Brother, Where Art Thou?; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, most promising actor, 2001; CableAce Award nominations, for The Unnaturals.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002. Television Work; Episodic: Directed episodes of The Unnnaturals, HA! and CTV.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Tommy, Mr. Clancy, Mr. Cooper, Evan, Teller, and Stephen, Innocent's Crusade, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, New York City, 1992. Gabriel/boy, Mad Forest, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1992. Igor Fuchs, An Imaginary life, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1993. Theristes, Troilus and Cressida, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1995,

Film Appearances: Dennis, This Is My Life, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Young detective, Amateur, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994. Camp Hope salesman, Heavy weights, Buena Vista, 1995. Cockroach, Joe's Apartment, Warner Bros., 1996. FBI technician, Donnie Brasco, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Private Tills, The Thin Red Line, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Flight captain, Hamlet, Miramax, 2000. Delmar O'Donnell, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (also known as O' Brother), Buena Vista, 2000. Himself, Down from the Mountain, Cowboy Booking International, 2000. Bubba, The Good Girl, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2002. Deputy Bill Daly, Cherish, Fine Line, 2002. Gideon, Minority Report, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002. Pendanski, Holes, 2002. Jake, A Foreign Affair, 2002.

Also appeared in Oedipus; Les bourgeois avant-garde; Dracula; The Amazon's Voice; The Baltimore Waltz; Richard III; Twelfth Night.

RECORDINGS Taped Readings: At the Altar of Speed: The Fast Life and Tragic Death of Dale Earnhardt, Sr., by Leigh Montville, Simon & Schuster Audio, 2001.

Film Work: Comedic consultant, This Is My Life, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Director, Eye of God, 1997. Director, Kansas, 1998. Director, O, 2001. Producer, director, and editor, The Grey Zone, Martien Holdings, 2001. Executive producer, A Foreign Affair, 2002.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Eye of God (adapted from Nelson's play of the same title), 1997. Kansas, 1998. The Grey Zone (adapted from Nelson's play of the same title), Martien Holdings, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: The Unnnaturals, HA! and CTV, 1990-1992. House of Bugging Fox, 1995.

Television Episodes: Wrote episodes of The Unnnaturals, HA! and CTV.

Television Appearances; Movies: Vietnam surgeon, Stranger on My Land, ABC, 1988.

Stage Plays: The Grey Zone, produced at MCC Theatre, New York City, 1996. Eye of God, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1997. Anadarko, produced at MCC Theatre, 1998-1999.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Johnny Carthage, Dead Man's Walk (also known as Larry McMurtr/s Dead Man's Walk), ABC, 1996.

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PERSONAL Full name, Nicholas King Nolte; born February 8, 1941 (some sources cite 1940), in Omaha, NE; son of Frank (in sales) and Helen (a department store buyer; maiden name, King) Nolte; married Sheila Page (an actress), 1966 (divorced, 1971 [some sources cite 1970]); married Sharyn Haddad (a dancer), May 10, 1978 (divorced, 1983); married Rebecca Linger (a model), February 19, 1984 (divorced, 1991 [some sources cite 1992 or 1994]); children: (third marriage) Brawley King. Education: Attended Arizona State University, Eastern Arizona Junior College, the University of Omaha, Colorado State University, and Pasadena City College; studied photography with Allen Dutton at Phoenix College; studied acting with John Paul at the Stella Adler Studio, Los Angeles, 1961. Addresses: Agent—Steve Dontanville, International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1934. Career: Actor and producer. Worked as a runway and print model. Steelworker in Los Angeles, c. 1962. Awards, Honors: Discovery of the Year Award, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1976; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding actor in a limited series, 1976, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a television drama, 1977, both for Rich Man, Poor Man; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, 1988, for Weeds; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award and Boston Society of Film Critics Award, both best actor, 1991, Golden Globe Award, best actor in a motion picture drama, 1992, and Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1992, all for The Prince of Tides; Jury Award (with others), best ensemble cast, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, 1997, for Afterglow; Best Actor Award, Valladolid International Film Festival, 1997, New York Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, 1998, National Society of Film Critics Award and Academy Award nomination, both best actor, 1999, Golden Globe Award nomination and Golden Satellite Award nomination, both best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, 1999, Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 1999, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role, 1999, all for Affliction; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1999, for The Thin Red Line.

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C. P. Ellis, The Best of Enemies, 1999. Harry Le Sabre, Breakfast of Champions, Buena Vista, 1999. Vinnie Webb, Simpatico, Fine Line, 1999. Senator Drummond Avery, Trixie, Sony Pictures Classics, 2000. Adam Verver, The Golden Bowl (also known as La coupe d'or], 2000, Lions Gate, 2001. Faldo, Investigating Sex, Janus/Kingsgate, 2001. Himself, James Ellroy's Feast of Death, 2001. Bob, The Good Thief, Fox Searchlight, 2002. Dr. David Banner, The Hulk, Universal, 2003. Father Harlan, Northfork (also known as North Fork), Paramount, 2003. Beautiful Country, Sony Pictures Classics, 2003.

1976. 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Other: Officer Jerry Troy, Adams of Eagle Lake (series), ABC, 1975. Tom Jordache, Rich Man, Poor Man (miniseries; also known as Rich Man, Poor Man—Book I), ABC, 1976. Stage Appearances: The Last Pad, Los Angeles, 1973. Earl Moss, The Late Henry Moss, Magic Theatre, Theatre on the Square, San Francisco, CA, 2000.

Film Work: (Executive producer) Affliction, Largo Entertainment,

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Performer in repertory and stock companies, including Actors Inner Circle, Phoenix, AZ, Old Log Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1968-71, and Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA; also appeared in productions in Chicago and Denver.

(Executive producer) The Best of Enemies, 1999. (Producer) Investigating Sex, Janus/Kingsgate, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: The Treasure Chest Murder, ABC, 1975. The Making of "The Deep," 1977. Make Believe: The Making of "I'll Do Anything," HBO, 1994. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994.

RECORDINGS Videos: Film-Pest DVD: Issue 3—Toronto, Broadcast DVD, 2000. Film-Fest DVD: Issue 4—Hawaii, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Feather Farm/' The World of Disney, NBC, 1969. Ron Johnson, "Arena of Fear," Cannon, CBS, 1973. "The Framing of Billy the Kid," Griff, ABC, 1973. "Impasse," Medical Center, CBS, 1973. Barney Austin, "The Tarnished Badge," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1974. Captain Alan Melder, U.S. Marine Corps, "Crossfire," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1974. Fred, "The Hard Hours," Emergency!, NBC, 1974. Paul Barringer, "Dark Legacy," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974. Tommy, "The Teacher," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. "The Friends of Danny Beecher," Toma, ABC, 1974. "The Hijacking," Chopper One, ABC, 1974. Nakia, ABC, 1974. Mark Rainey, "Trap Play," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1975. "Nick Nolte," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. Newsmakers 1992, Issue Cumulation, Gale, 1992. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 15, 1995, p. 117; March 1, 1999, p. 20; March 19, 1999, pp. 54-57. Esquire, November, 1996, p. 39. Movieline, December, 1999, pp. 56-61, 93. National Review, May 1, 1995, p. 84. New Statesman, September 6, 1996, p. 43. Newsweek, January 18, 1999, pp. 52-53. New York Post, October 25, 1996. New York Times, February 19, 1982. New York Times Magazine, October 27, 1991. People Weekly, March 16, 1992, pp. 60-65; April 10, 1995, p. 15; April 17, 1995, p. 136; October 13,

Television Appearances; Movies: Buzz Stafford, The California Kid, ABC, 1974. John Healy, Death Sentence (also known as Murder One), ABC, 1974. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dave Michaels, Winter Kill, ABC, 1974. Roy Blount, The Runaway Barge (also known as River Bandits), NBC, 1975.

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PERSONAL Born February 14, 1948; married; children: Sean. Education: Graduated from the University of South Dakota; studied international economics at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. Addresses: Office—c/o Access Hollywood, NBC-TV, 3000 West Alameda Ave., Trailer "E," Burbank, CA 91523-0001. Agent—William Morris Agency, One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, television host, and commentator. Worked as a production assistant for The HuntleyBrinkley Report, NBC; reporter for KNXT-TV, Los Angeles, CA, and WMAQ-TV, Chicago, IL; CBS Sports, anchor, 1981-96; appeared in television commercial for Lipton Brisk, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, BASEketball, MCA/Universal, 1998. Himself, Welcome to Hollywood, PM Entertainment Group, 1998. Himself, Dill Scallion, 1999. Himself, Big Fat Liar, MCA/Universal, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Occasional host, Entertainment Tonight (also known as E.T. and Entertainment This Week), syndicated, 1990—. Host, Overtime ... with Pat O'Brien, CBS, 1990. 206

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Eugene, Jr. Education: Boston College, B.A., marketing, 1995; also attended University of California, Los Angeles. Religion: Roman Catholic. Avocational Interests: Golf.

Host, The 111th Tournament of Roses Parade, NBC, 2000. The Great American History Quiz: 50 States, History Channel, 2001. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, ABC, 2001. Olympic Medals Plaza host, XIX Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony, NBC, 2002.

Addresses: Office—George Street Pictures, 4000 Warner Blvd., Building 81, Room 203, Burbank, CA 91522. Agent—Jim Wiatt, William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Talent Entertainment Group, 9111 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 9021. Publicist—Tracy Mosh, PMK7 HBH Public Relations, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, "I Want My MTV-Jay/' Murphy Brown, CBS, 1995. Himself, "Eight/' The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1995. Interviewer, "Come Back, Kid," In the House, UPN, 1996. Himself, "Winner Takes All," Picket Fences, CBS, 1996. Himself, "Working Late Again," Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 1997. Voice of himself, "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1999. Voice of himself, "Bob's Father," Cod, the Devil and Bob (animated), NBC, 2000. "The Sum of the Parts," Arli$$, HBO, 2000.

Career: Actor and producer. George Street Pictures, Burbank, CA, principal. Began acting career by appearing in a McDonald's commercial, 1987; also worked as a model. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1993, for Scent of a Woman; ShoWest Award, male star of tomorrow, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1994; named one of the fifty most beautiful people in the world, People Weekly, 1996; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actor in a science fiction film, 1998, for Batman & Robin.

Also appeared as guest host, Later, NBC; himself, Early Edition; host, CBS Sports Show, CBS; panelist, The List, VH1; host, Krypton Factor, Fox. RECORDINGS

CREDITS Music Videos: Appeared in P. Diddy, Black Rob & Mark Curry's "Bad Boy for Life."

Film Appearances: (Film debut) Chris Macauley, Men Don't Leave, Warner Bros., 1990. Buddy Threadgoode, Fried Green Tomatoes (also known as Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe), Universal, 1991. Charlie Simms, Scent of a Woman, Universal, 1992. Chris Reece, School Ties, Paramount, 1992. D'Artagnan, The Three Musketeers, Buena Vista, 1993. Glenn Johnson, Blue Sky, Orion, 1994. Jack Foley, Circle of Friends, Buena Vista, 1995. Matt Leland, Mad Love, Buena Vista, 1995. Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin, Batman Forever (also known as Forever), Warner Bros., 1995. Ernest "Ernie" Hemingway, In Love and War, New Line Cinema/Warner Bros., 1996. Adam Hall, The Chamber, Universal, 1996. Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin, Batman & Robin, Warner Bros., 1997. Jimmie Shannon, The Bachelor, New Line Cinema,

WRITINGS Books: Talkin' Sports: A BS-er's Guide, Villard, 1998. Wrote sports column for New York Daily News, Inside Sports, and Live! magazines; wrote guest column for TV Guide; wrote entertainment column for Ego; worked as Gadget Editor for Gear.

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Film Work: Executive producer, The Bachelor, New Line Cinema, 1999. Producer, Y2K (also known as Terminal Countdown), PM Entertainment Group, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Lifetime Applauds: The Fight against Breast Cancer, Lifetime, 1995. Host, Riddle Me This: Why Is Batman Forever?, ABC,

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1995. Barbara Walters Presents: 6 to Watch, ABC, 1997. Masters of Fantasy: Joel Schumacher, Sci-Fi Channel, 1997. Al Pacino: Inside Out, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

PERSONAL Full name, Rosanne Teresa O'Donnell (some sources spell given name as Roseanne or Roseann); born March 21, 1962, in Commack, NY; daughter of Edward (an electrical engineer in the defense industry) and Roseanne (a homemaker) O'Donnell; companion of Kelli Carpenter (a television marketing executive); adopted children: Parker Jaren, Chelsea Belle, Blake Christopher, Mia. Education: Attended Dickinson College and Boston University.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1996. The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, 7997 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1997. Presenter, The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1997. Presenter, The 69th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1997. Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, UPN, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Publicist—PMK/HBH New York, 650 Fifth Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Mrs. Blankenship's son, The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1996. Himself, Rove Live, Ten Network (Australia), 2000.

Career: Comedienne, actress, and producer. Began career as standup comic, c. 1978; returned to standup comedy, 2002. For All the Kids Foundation, founder, 1997; curator of "Rosie's Readers/' 1999; Famous Fone Friends (children's charity), volunteer. Appeared in television commercials for K-Mart department stores, 1998-99, and Comedy Central cable television network, 1996. Sears, Roebuck and Co., worked in catalog department.

Television Executive Producer; Movies: Miracle on the 17th Green, CBS, 1999. The Triangle, TBS, 2001. Stage Appearances: David Beeves, The Man Who Had All the Luck, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Adams Memorial Theatre, Williamstown, MA, 2001, then American Airlines Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Awards, Honors: MTV Movie Award nomination, best breakthrough performance, 1993, for A League of Their Own; American Comedy Award nomination, best female performer in a television special, and Annual CableACE Award nomination, best entertainment host, National Cable Television Association, both 1994, for Stand-Up Spotlight; American Comedy Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture, 1994, for Another Stakeout; American Comedy Award nomination, best supporting female in a motion picture, 1994, for Sleepless in Seattle; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actress in a comedy series, 1996, for "Eight/' The Larry Sanders Show; Golden Apple Award nomination, female star of the year, Hollywood Women's Press Association, 1996; American Comedy Award, funniest female performer in a leading role in a television series, 1997, Daytime Emmy Awards, outstanding talk/service

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Craig Willmore for the video game The X-Files.

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show host, annually, 1998-2002, and outstanding talk show (with others), annually, 1998-2002, Daytime Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding writing, 1999, and TV Guide Award, talk-variety star of the year, 2001, all for The Rosie O'Donnell Show; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding children's program, 1999, for Kids Are Funny; American Comedy Award, funniest female performer in a television special, 1999, for The 52nd Annual Tony Awards; Hall of Fame Award and Blimp Award, favorite voice from an animated movie, both Kids' Choice Awards, 2000, for Tarzan. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Maggie O'Brien, Gimme a Break, NBC, 1986-1987. Host, Stand-Up Spotlight, VH1, 1989-1993. Lorraine Popowski, Stand by Your Man, Fox, 1992. Host, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996-2002. Hollywood Squares, syndicated, 1998-1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Showtime Comedy Club All-Stars, Showtime, 1988. A Pair of Jokers: Bill Engvall and Rosie O'Donnell, Showtime, 1990. Hurricane Relief, Showtime, 1992. Back to School '92 (also known as Education First!), CBS, 1992. A Gala for the President at Ford's Theatre (also known as President's Night at Ford's Theatre), ABC, 1993. In a New Light '94, ABC, 1994. Good Hope Fairy, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! (also known as All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!), ABC, 1994. The Cindy Crawford Special, MTV, 1994. Host, The Flintstones: Best of Bedrock, Fox, 1994. Rosie O'Donnell, HBO, 1995. Barbara Walters Presents The 10 Most Fascinating People of 1996, ABC, 1996. Host, Catch a Rising Star 50th Anniversary—Give or Take 26 Years, CBS, 1996. Ladies' Home Journal's Most Fascinating Women of '96, CBS, 1996. The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful (also known as Popcorn Venus), TBS, 1996. Vanessa Williams & Friends: Christmas in New York, ABC, 1996. Very Personal with Naomi Judd, The Family Channel, 1996. 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary, HBO, 1997. Host, Broadway '97: Launching the Tonys, PBS, 1997. Farm Aid '97, The Nashville Network, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Star Search, syndicated, 1984. Women Aloud, 1992. Voice of Head Barrette Beret Girl, "Eat My Cookies/' The Ren and Stimpy Show (animated; also known as VH-1 Ren and Stimpy Rocks), Nickelodeon, 1992. Herself, "Destiny Rides Again," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992.

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Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1993. Sheri, 'There's No Ship Like Kinship/' Living Single, Fox, 1994. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, between 1994 and 1996. Herself, "Breast Augmentation/' Night Stand, syndicated, 1995. Peg, "I Am Not My Sister's Keeper/' Bless This House, CBS, 1995. Herself, "Eight," The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1995. Cozette, "Where's the Pearls?" The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Herself, "The Rosie Show," The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Naomi, the maid, All My Children, ABC, 1996. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1996. Herself, "An Affair to Remember," Spin City, ABC, 1997. Herself, "Ways & Means," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1997. Herself, The View, 1997. The Oprah Winfrey Show, syndicated, 1997. (Uncredited) Ann Marie Delany, Secretary 92, "A Man and Woman," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997. Herself, Wheel of Fortune, 1997. Stationary store clerk, The Practice, 1997. Naomi, All My Children, 1997. Dennis Miller Live, syndicated, 1997 and 1998. Today, NBC, 1998. Herself, "Blue's Birthday," Blue's Clues, Nickelodeon,

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. Presenter, The 1993 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1993. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentations, ABC, 1994. Presenter, The 8th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1995. Cohost, The 9th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1996. Presenter, The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. Host, The 10th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1997. Presenter, The 24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1997. Host, The 51st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1997. Host, The 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1998. The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1998. The 25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1998. Host, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1998. Host, Nickelodeon's 12th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1999. Host, The 41st Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1999. Presenter, The 26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1999. Presenter, The 1999 ESPY Awards, ESPN, 1999. Host, The 42nd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2000. Host, The First Ten Awards: Tonys 2000, PBS, 2000. Presenter, Essence Awards 2000, Fox, 2000. Host, The 54th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2000. Presenter, The 27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 2000. Master of ceremonies, The 13th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 2000. Host, Nickelodeon's 14th Annual Kids'Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 2001. Presenter, The 28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2001. Host, Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '02 (also known as Nickelodeon's 15th Annual Kids' Choice Awards), Nickelodeon, 2002. Host, Kids Choice Awards, ABC, 2002.

1998. Herself, "Madonna," Behind the Music, VH1, 1998. Herself as Jerry Halpin's "phone-a-friend," Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, ABC, c. 1999. Dr. Hooper, "Let's Dance," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1999. (Uncredited) Archer Fitzwith's receptionist, "The Time She Came to New York," Time of Your Life, Fox,

1999. The Martin Short Show, 1999. Paramedic, "Officer Involved," Third Watch, NBC, 2000. Celebrity contestant, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, ABC, 2000. Wedding consultant, "Settling," The Practice, 2000. Primetime Click, 2001. "The Image Maker," Spin City, 2001. Bonnie, "Dyeing Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard," Will & Grace, NBC, 2002. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2002. Host, "Survivor: Marquesas—The Reunion," Survivor, 2002. The Colin Quinn Show, NBC, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jackie, The Twilight of the Golds, Showtime, 1997. Herself, Jackie's Back! (also known as Jackie's Back: Portrait of a Diva), Lifetime, 1999. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Stand-up Spotlight, syndicated, 1989-1993. Producer, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996-2001.

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Television Executive Producer; Specials: Rosie O'Donnell, HBO, 1995. Kids Are Funny (animated; also known as Rosie O'Donnell's Kids Are Fanny), HBO, 1998. A Rosie Christmas, ABC, 1999.

Television Series: The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996-2002. Television Specials: Rosie O'Donnell, HBO, 1995. Kids Are Funny (animated; also known as Rosie O'Donnell's Kids Are Punny), HBO, 1998.

Television Work; Awards Presentations: Creative Consultant, The 51st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1997. Coproducer, The 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1998. Coproducer, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1998. Coproducer, Nickelodeon's 12th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1999. Executive producer, The 54th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2000.

Other: Kids Are Funny; Letters Sent by Kids to the Rosie O'Donnell Show, Warner Books (New York City), 1997. Find Me (autobiography), Warner Books, 2002. Contributor to periodicals, including Rosie's. Creator of the magazine Rosie's, 2001; editorial director, McCall's, 2000-01.

Film Appearances: Doris Murphy, A League of Their Own, Columbia, 1992. Gina Garrett, Another Stakeout (also known as House of Cops, The Lookout, and Stakeout //), Buena Vista, 1993. Becky, Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar, 1993. (Uncredited) Woman in bird store, Fatal Instinct (also known as Triple Indemnity), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1993. Lucille Toody, Car 54, Where Are You?, Orion, 1994. Betty Rubble, The Flintstones, Universal, 1994. Sheila Kingston, Exit to Eden, Savoy Pictures, 1994. Make-up person, I'll Do Anything, Columbia, 1994. Dr. Roberta Martin, Now and Then (also known as The Gaslight Addition), New Line Cinema, 1995. Gina Barrisano, Beautiful Girls, Miramax, 1996. Ole Golly, Harriet the Spy, Paramount, 1996. (Uncredited) Herself, A Very Brady Sequel, Paramount,

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Heroes and Heroines, Book 4, Gale, 2000. O'Donnell, Rosie, Find Me, Warner Books (New York City), 2002. Parish, James Robert, Rose: Rosie O'Donnell's Biography, Carroll & Graf (New York City), 1997. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Spreng, Patrick, Everything Rosie: The Ultimate Guide for Rosie O'Donnell Fans, Birch Lane Press (New York City), 1998. Periodicals: Biography, August, 1998, pp. 32-39. Chicago Tribune, June 6, 1998. Entertainment Weekly, May 16, 1997, p. 7; June 19, 1998, p. 20. Good Housekeeping, June, 1997, p. 102. New York, March 5, 2001, pp. 47-49. People Weekly, May 4, 1998, p. 7; January 22, 2001, p. 20; March 18, 2002, pp. 80-84, 84; July 18, 2002, p. 15. Redbook, October, 1997, p. 104. Us, February, 1998, pp. 40-45.

1996. Sister Terry, Wide Awake, Miramax, 1998. Herself, Get Bruce!, Miramax, 1999. Voice of Terkina "Terk," Tarzan (animated), Buena Vista/ Walt Disney, 1999. Voice of octopus masseuse, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, MCA/Universal, 2000. Herself, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Fine Line, 2001. Herself, Secrets through the Smoke, Centers for Disease Control, 2001. Narrator, Artists and Orphans: A True Drama, 2001. Film Work: Director, We're Funny That Way, 1998.

Other: Lifestory: Rosie O'Donnell (television special), Nickelodeon, 2001.

Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Betty Rizzo, Grease, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1994. The Cat in the Hat, Seussical the Musical, Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, 2001.

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PERSONAL Full name, Larisa Romanovna Oleynik; born June 7, 1981, in Santa Clara County, CA; daughter of Roman (an anesthesiologist) and Lorraine (a nurse) Oleynik. Education: Attended Sarah Lawrence College. Avocational Interests: Sports, alternative music.

Appeared as Alex Sax in All That, Nickelodeon. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The Eighth Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1995. Presenter, The 18th Annual CableACE Awards, TNT, 1996. Presenter, The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. Presenter, The 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; The Savage Agency, 6212 Banner Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best performance by a young actress in a voice-over— television or movie, 1995, for The Swan Princess; Young Artist Award nominations, best performance by a young actress in a television comedy series, 1995, best performance by a young actress in a drama series, 1997, best performance by a leading young actress in a television drama series, 1998, and best performance by a leading young actress in a television drama or comedy series, 1999, and Young Star Award nomination, Hollywood Reporter, best performance by a young actress in a comedy television series, 1998, all for The Secret World of Alex Mack; Young Star Award nomination, best performance by a young actress in a comedy film, 1999, for 10 Things I Hate about You; Young Star Award nomination, best performance by a young actress in a comedy television series, 1999, for 3rd Rock from the Sun.

Film Appearances: Voice of young Odette, The Swan Princess (animated), New Line Cinema, 1994. Dawn Shafer, The Baby-Sitters Club, Columbia, 1995. Bianca Stratford, 10 Things I Hate about You, Buena Vista, 1999. Juliana "Jules" Michaels, A Time for Dancing, Eagle, 2000. Wendy (the girl next door), 100 Girls, Dream Entertainment, 2000. Maria Sandor at the age of eighteen, An American Rhapsody, Paramount, 2001. Ori Swords, Bringing Rain, 2003. Stage Appearances: Young Cosette and young Eponine, Les Miserables, San Francisco, CA, 1989-1990. WRITINGS

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Author of an advice column in Tiger Beat, 1995. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Series: Alexandra "Alex" Mack, The Secret World of Alex Mack (also known as Alex Mack), Nickelodeon, 1994-1998. Alissa Strudwick, a recurring role, 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life As We Know It and 3rd Rock)f NBC, 1998-2000.

Periodicals: People Weekly, June 13, 1997, pp. 107-108. TV Guide, October 26, 1996; March 14, 1998, p. 34. USA Today, August 7, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies: Gail, River of Rage: The Taking of Maggie Keene (also known as Murder on the Rio Grande), CBS, 1993.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Susie, "Heroes," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993.

Full name, Edward O'Neill; born April 12, 1946, in Youngstown, OH; son of Edward Phillip (a truck driver 212

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 46 and steelworker) and Ruth Ann (a social worker; maiden name, Quinlan) O'Neill; married Cathy Rusoff (a dancer and actress), February 30, 1986 (separated, 1989; reconciled, 1993). Education: Attended Ohio State University and Youngstown State University. Avocational Interests: Handball, canoeing, jujitsu, history, literature, American Indian artifacts.

O'NEILL Television Appearances; Pilots: Ed, The Day the Women Got Even, NBC, 1980. Detective Jay Brennan, Farrell for the People, NBC, 1982. Danny Buckner, Braker, ABC, 1985. Title role, Popeye Doyle, NBC, 1986. Funny You Should Ask, CBS, 1990. Al Bundy, Top of the Heap, Fox, 1991.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1934. Manager—Marc Gurvitz, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Artie Rollins, "Heart of Darkness/' Miami Vice, NBC, 1984. Colson, "The Garbage Man/' Hunter, NBC, 1985. (As Edward O'Neill) Doctor, "The Children's Song" (also known as "Father and Son"), The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Buddy Almeida, "Widow's Walk," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986. Hank, "Twelve Gauge," Midnight Caller, NBC, 1988. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1990. Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1991. Himself, In Living Color, Fox, 1993. "Trophy," Law & Order, NBC, 1996. Married... with Children: The El True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials for AT&T 1-800-COLLECT, 1995. Social studies teacher in Youngstown, OH, 1970; also worked as a steelworker, waiter, and bellhop. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nominations, best performance by an actor in a television comedy or musical series, 1992 and 1993, both for Married ... with Children.

Television Appearances; Specials: The 41st Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1989. Max Crandall, A Very Retail Christmas, NBC, 1990. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (also known as The Earth Day Special), ABC, 1990. The Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special, Fox, 1992. Fox Fall Preview Party, Fox, 1995. My Favorite "Married," Fox, 1995.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Al Bundy, Married... with Children, Fox, 1987-1997. Detective Michael Mooney, Big Apple, CBS, 2001. Detective Joe Friday, Dragnet, ABC, 2003—.

Film Appearances: Highway patrolman, Deliverance, Warner Bros., 1972. (As Edward O'Neil) Lieutenant Schreiber, Cruising, United Artists, 1980. Terry, The Dogs of War, United Artists, 1980. Brannigan, K-9, Universal, 1989. George Denver, Disorganized Crime, Buena Vista, 1989. Captain Wilbur Meany, Sibling Rivalry, Columbia, 1990. Lieutenant Amos, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Dutch, Dutch (also known as Driving Me Crazy), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Glen (manager of Stan Mikita's), Wayne's World, Paramount, 1992. Glen (manager of Stan Mikita's), Wayne's World 2, Paramount, 1993. Ed, Blue Chips, Paramount, 1994. Kevin O'Shea, Little Giants, Warner Bros., 1994. Bill Dellinger, Prefontaine, Buena Vista, 1997.

Also appeared in Another World, NBC. Television Appearances; Movies: Mack Shore, When Your Lover Leaves, NBC, 1983. Whitey Gray (some sources cite Whitey Wyshner), A Winner Never Quits, ABC, 1986. Russ, Right to Die, NBC, 1987. Sergeant Bivins, Police Story: Gladiator School (also known as Police School), ABC, 1988. Jimmy O'Meara, The Whereabouts of Jenny, ABC, 1991. Dr. Monochian, W.E.I.R.D. World, Fox, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Relish the troll king, The 10th Kingdom (also known as Das Wte Koenigreich and Das Zehnte Koenigreich), NBC, 2000. 213

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F.B.I, team leader, The Spanish Prisoner, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. Detective Paulie Sellitto, The Bone Collector, Universal, 1999. Dick, Lucky Numbers (also known as Le bon numero), Paramount, 2000. Norman Pinkney, Nobody's Baby, Millennium, 2001.

Lennie, Of Mice and Men, Hartford Stage Company, 1984. Elm Circle, Playwrights' Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1984. Made stage debut in Requiem for a Heavyweight, Soho Repertory Theatre, New York City; appeared as Randall P. McMurphy in a production of One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest; also appeared in The Front Page, Playwrights' Horizons Theatre.

Also appeared in Waiting for Salazar, Buena Vista.

OTHER SOURCES Stage Appearances:

Paddy Klonski, Knockout, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1979. Ferrovius, Androcles and the Lion, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1983. Lakeboat, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1983.

Periodicals:

Daily News TV Week, August 14, 1988, p. 2. People Weekly, December 3, 1990, p. 85; June 26, 2000, p. 134. Sunday Star-Ledger, January 7, 1990, p. TV-22.

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tor, and Film Award nomination, best newcomer, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1973, all for The Godfather; National Board of Review Award, best actor, 1973, Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1974, Golden Globe Award, best actor in a dramatic film, 1974, and Film Award nomination, best actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1975, all for Serpico; Golden Apple Award nomination, male star of the year, Hollywood Women's Press Association, 1975; Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1975, Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, 1975, and Film Award, best actor in a leading role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1976, all for The Godfather, Part II; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actor, 1975, Prize San Sebastian, best actor, San Sebastian International Film Festival, 1975, Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1976, Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, 1976, and Film Award, best actor in a leading role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1976, all for Dog Day Afternoon; Antoinette Perry Award and Drama Desk Award, both best actor, 1977, for The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, 1978, for Bobby Deerfield; Academy Award nomination, best actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, both 1980, for ... And Justice for All; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1983, for Author! Author!; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, 1984, for Scarface; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, 1990, for Sea of Love; Academy Award nomination, 1990, American Comedy Award, funniest supporting actor in a motion picture, George Schlatter Productions, 1991, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1991, and Film Award nomination, best supporting actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1991, all for Dick Tracy; Golden Globe Award nomination, best perfor-

PACING, Al 1940PERSONAL Full name, Alfredo James Pacino (some sources cite name as Alfredo Jacob Pacino); born April 25, 1940, in New York, NY; son of Salvatore (in insurance sales) and Rose (maiden name, Gerardi) Pacino; children: (with Jan Tarrant, an acting teacher) Julie, Marie; (with Beverly D'Angelo) Anton and Olivia (twins). Education: Attended High School for the Performing Arts, New York City; studied acting at Actors Studio, 1966, and Herbert Berghof Studio, both New York City. Avocational Interests: Opera. Addresses: Agent—Rick Nicita, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Pat Kingsley, PMK/HBH Public Relations, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor, director, producer, and writer. Actors Studio, New York City, artistic director, 1982-84, copresident, 2000—; Chal Productions, New York City, principal; performer and writer for off-Broadway theatres, including Cafe La Mama and Living Theatre. Also worked as mail room employee for Commentary magazine, and as a movie theatre usher and building superintendent. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, best actor, Village Voice, 1968, for The Indian Wants the Bronx; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting actor, Theatre World Award, and Drama Desk Award, all 1969, for Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?; National Board of Review Award, best supporting actor, 1972, Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1973, Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, 1973, National Society of Film Critics Award, best ac215

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mance by an actor in a motion picture drama, 1991, for The Godfather, Part III; Film Excellence Award, Boston Film Festival, 1992; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, both 1993, for Glengarry Glen Ross; Academy Award, best actor, and Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, both 1993, for Scent of a Woman; Career Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1994; decorated chevalier, French Order of Arts and Letters, 1995; Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award, San Sebastian International Film Festival, 1996; Lifetime Achievement Award, IFP Gotham Awards, 1996; Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, 1997, for Donnie Brasco; Truer Than Fiction Award nomination from Independent Spirit Awards and Director's Guild of America Award, outstanding directorial achievement in documentary, both 1997, for Looking for Richard; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1997; MTV Movie Award nomination, best villain, 1998, for The Devil's Advocate; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, 2000, for The Insider; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a drama, 2000, for Any Given Sunday; Gala Tribute, Film Society of Lincoln Center, 2000; Cecil B. DeMille Award, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 2001.

Don Michael "Mike" Corleone, The Godfather, Part III (also known as Mario Puzo's "The Godfather, Part ///'), Paramount, 1990. Johnny, Frankie and Johnny, Paramount, 1991. (Uncredited) Himself, Madonna: Truth or Dare (also known as In Bed with Madonna and Truth or Dare), 1991. Ricky Roma, Glengarry Glen Ross, New Line Cinema, 1992. Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, Scent of a Woman, Universal, 1992. Carlito Brigante, Carlito's Way, Universal, 1993. Interviewee, Jonas in the Desert, Black SUN Flower Filmproduction, 1994. Gitano Sabatoni, Two Bits (also known as A Day to Remember), Miramax, 1995. Vincent Hanna, Heat, Warner Bros., 1995. Mayor John Pappas, City Hall, Filmayer Video, 1996. Richard III and himself, Looking for Richard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggerio, Donnie Brasco, Sony Pictures EntertainmentyTriStar, 1997. John Milton, The Devil's Advocate, Warner Bros., 1997. (Uncredited) Pitch, 1997. Lowell Bergman, The Insider (also known as Man of the People and The Man Who Knew Too Much), Buena Vista, 1999. Tony D'Amato (some sources cite Ira Stone), Any Given Sunday (also known as Gridiron, The League, Monday Night, On Any Given Sunday, and Playing Hurt), Warner Bros., 1999. Harry Levine, Chinese Coffee, Twentieth Century-Fox,

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Film Appearances: Tony, Me, Natalie, National General, 1969. Bobby, The Panic in Needle Park, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1971. Don Michael "Mike" Corleone, The Godfather (also known as Mario Puzo's "The Godfathei"), Paramount, 1972. Lion, Scarecrow, Warner Bros., 1973. Frank Serpico (title role), Serpico, Paramount, 1973. Don Michael "Mike" Corleone, The Godfather, Part II (also known as Mario Puzo's "The Godfather, Part /f), Paramount, 1974. Sonny Wortzik, Dog Day Afternoon, Warner Bros., 1975. Bobby Deerfield, Bobby Deerfield (also known as Heaven Has No Favorites), Columbia, 1977. Arthur Kirkland, ... And Justice for All, Columbia, 1979. Steve Burns, Cruising, United Artists, 1980. Acting: Lee Strasberg and the Actors Studio, 1982. Ivan Travalian, Author! Author!, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1982. Antonio "Tony" Montana, Scarface, Universal, 1983. Tom Dobb, Revolution, Warner Bros., 1985. Detective Frank Keller, Sea of Love, Universal, 1989. The Local Stigmatic, 1990. Big Boy Caprice, Dick Tracy, Buena Vista, 1990.

Detective Will Dormer, Insomnia, Warner Bros., 2002. Eli Wurman, People I Know, Miramax, 2002. Viktor Taransky, Simone, New Line Cinema, 2002. Film Work: Producer and director, The Local Stigmatic, 1990. Producer and director, Looking for Richard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Director, Chinese Coffee, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Executive producer, People I Know, Miramax, 2002.

Stage Appearances: The Peace Creeps, New Theatre Workshop, New York City, 1966. America Hurrah, New Theatre Workshop, Charles Playhouse, Boston, MA, 1967. Awake and Sing, New Theatre Workshop, Charles Playhouse, 1967. Murps, The Indian Wants the Bronx, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1968. Graham, The Local Stigmatic, Actors Playhouse, New York City, 1969. Bickham, Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1969. 216

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Presenter, Sports Illustrated's 10th Century Sports Awards, CBS, 1999. Presenter, Hispanic Heritage Awards, NBC, 2000. The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2001.

Kilroy, Cam/no Real, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1970. Rats, Charles Playhouse, 1970. Title role, The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, Charles Playhouse, 1972. Title role, Richard III, Charles Playhouse, 1973. Title role, Arturo Ui, Charles Playhouse, 1975. Title role, The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1977. Title role, Richard III, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1979. Jungle Cities, 1979. Walter Cole, American Buffalo, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1980, then Circle in the Square Downtown, New York City, 1981, later Booth Theatre, New York City, 1983. Marcus Antonius, Julius Caesar, Public Theatre, New York City, 1988. Harry Levine, Chinese Coffee, Circle in the Square, 1992. Herod Antipas, Salome, Circle in the Square, 1992. Erie Smith, Hughie, Circle in the Square, 1996, then Los Angeles, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Deadly Circle of Violence/' N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1968. Larry King Live, 1996. Leute Heute, 2002. Late Show with David Letterman, 2002. Also appeared in episodes of Airport, Inside the Actors Studio, and The Rosie O'Donnell Show. RECORDINGS Videos: Don Michael Corleone, The Godfather Trilogy: 1901-1980 (also known as The Godfather Saga and The Godfather Trilogy), 1992. WRITINGS

Also appeared in The Connection; Hello, Out There, Cafe Cino, New York City; Tiger at the Gates; and Why Is a Crooked Letter?

Screenplays: Looking for Richard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996.

Major Tours: Walter Cole, American Buffalo, U.S. and British cities, between 1980 and 1983.

Other: Also worked as a comedy writer. OTHER SOURCES

Stage Director: Rats, Charles Playhouse, Boston, MA, 1970. Hughie, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1996, then Los Angeles, 1999.

Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Schoell, William, The Films ofAl Pad no, Carol Publishing Group (New York City), 1995.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Roy Cohn, Angels in America, HBO, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: The Godfather Family: A Look Inside, HBO, 1990. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1992, 1993. Interviewee, Lee Strasberg: The Method Man, Arts & Entertainment, 1998. America: A Tribute to Heroes, 2001.

Periodicals: Cable TV, April, 1998, pp. 12-13. Empire, Issue 32, 1992, pp. 52-57; October, 1997, p. 186. Entertainment Weekly, November 12, 1993, pp. 16-22; March 8, 1996, p. 47; fall, 1996, p. 80; May 2, 1997, p. 68; October 24, 1997, p. 40. Interview, February, 1991, pp. 86-92. Los Angeles Times, June 29, 1999. Movieline, May, 2002, pp. 26-27, 92. National Review, April 7, 1997, p. 52. Neon, February, 1997, pp. 64-69. New Republic, March 18, 1996, p. 28.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1993. Presenter, The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1994. Presenter, The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1994. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. 217

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Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Harry Page) 'The Wish/' Bonanza, 1969. 'Tooth of the Serpent/' Mannix, 1969. Dennis Martin, "Press Pass to the Slammer," Cannon, 1973. Hawthorn Yantzee, "You Can't Tell a Hurt Man How to Holler," Koj'ak, 1974. Chet Garvy, "The Dukes Meet Cale Yarborough," The Dukes ofHazzard, 1979. Robert, "Nell Goes Home," Gimme a Break!, 1982. Hamilton Storm, "The Robbery," Gimme a Break!, 1982. Hamilton Storm, "Nell Goes to Jail," Gimme a Break!, 1982. Hamilton Storm, "Sam Faces Death," Gimme a Break!, 1982. Hamilton Storm, "The Centerfold: Part 1," Gimme a Break!, 1983. John Fox, "Ba-bing, Ba-bing," Hill Street Blues, 1983. Voice of Travis, "Saying Goodbye," Webster, 1983. John Fox, "The Long Law of the Arm," Hill Street Blues, 1983. Travis, "Travis," Webster, 1983. John Fox, "Ratman and Bobbin," Hill Street Blues, 1984. John Fox, "Nichols from Heaven," Hill Street Blues, 1984. Max Logan, "The Election," Benson, ABC, 1984. Max Logan, "Taking It to the Max," Benson, ABC, 1984. "The Spirit of Christmas," Gimme a Break!, 1984. Louis Hurley, 227, NBC, 1985. Carl, "Such Good Friends," Fame, 1986. Lieutenant Cowans, "The Body Politic," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. "A.W.O.L," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989. Barnard Lanter, "The Fall," Midnight Caller, NBC, 1989. Coach Baker, "The Unnatural," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1990. Reverend Walters, "A Song for the Soul—April 7, 1963," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992. Darrell, Thea, ABC, 1993. Mr. Davis, Sister, Sister, 1994. Sarge, "Melrose Impossible," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Sarge, "A Hose by Any Other Name," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Dr. Fleming, "Goode Together," Coode Behavior, UPN, 1996. "Modus Operand!," Profiler, NBC, 1996. Captain Ray Landry, "Shadow of Angels," Profiler, NBC, 1997. "Goode Daddy," Goode Behavior, UPN, 1997. Judge Fields, "Wendell and I Spy," The Parent 'Hood, The WB, 1997. Reverend Mark Newman, "Boy to the World," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997. Reverend Mark Newman, "Fools Night Out," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1998.

PAGE, Harrison (Harry Page, Harrison Paige) PERSONAL Born August 27, in Atlanta, GA. Addresses: Agent—SDB Partners, Inc., 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 902, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. Appeared in commercials, including one for McDonald's restaurants, 1971. Awards, Honors: Shared Bronze Wrangler Award, fictional television drama category, Western Heritage Awards, 1970, for 'The Wish/' Bonanza; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1992, for "A Song for the Soul—April 7, 1963," Quantum Leap. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Ferguson Bruce, Love Thy Neighbor, ABC, 1973. Chief Robinson, C.P.O. Sharkey, NBC, 1976-1978. George Boone, Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Captain Trunk, Sledge Hammer!, ABC, 1986-1988. Judge Stiles Morris, a recurring role, JAG, NBC, 1996, CBS, 1997—. Voice of Captain Edlund for the English-dubbed version of Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (Japanese series; also known as Ultraman Powered). Television Appearances; Miniseries: Wheatley Parks, Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979. Television Appearances; Pilots: Arnold Jackson, Adventuring with the Chopper, NBC, 1976. Al Cook, High Five, NBC, 1982.

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Reverend Mark Newman, "Sex, Lies, and Politics/' Ally McBeal, Fox, 1999. Austin Cummings, City of Angels, CBS, 2000. Reverend Mark Newman, "Boy Next Door," Ally McBeal, Fox, 2000. Stan, Til Be Home for Christmas," ER, NBC, 2001. Stan, "Bygones," ER, NBC, 2002. Stan, "Lockdown," ER, NBC, 2002.

Career: Singer, songwriter, actress, composer, and producer. Appeared at the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN, beginning 1958; solo artist, 1974—. Wagon Masters (musical group), performer, c. 1967-74; Dolly Parton and the Travelin' Family Band, founder and leader, c. 1970-77; performed with the band Gypsy Fever, 1977; appeared in numerous concerts, including concerts at Felt Forum, New York City, 1974, and in Los Angeles and Hawaii. Dolly Parton Enterprises, head; Owepar Music Publishing Co., Nashville, cofounder; Sandollar Productions, former partner; Dollywood (theme park), Sevier County, TN, owner, c. 1985—; Dolly's Splash Country (water park), founder, 2000; also owner of Blue Indigo Club, Oahu, HI.

Television Appearances; Movies: Josh, Sergeant Matlovich versus the U.S. Air Force, NBC, 1978. Walter Newell, The Kid with the 200 I.Q., NBC, 1983. Detective Sergeant Brown, Columbo: Undercover, ABC, 1994. Film Appearances: Niles, Vixen! (also known as Russ Meyer's Vixen), 1968. Emerson Thorne, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (also known as Hollywood Vixens), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1970. Bogus cop, Trouble Man, 1972. Joshua, Lionheart (also known as A.W.O.L., A.W.O.L.—Absent without Leave, and Wrong Bet), 1990, Universal, 1991. Sheriff Fowler, Carnosaur, New Horizons Home Video, 1993. Captain Garland, Conflict of Interest, 1993. (As Harrison Paige) Ben, Raptor, New Concorde, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Dolly Parton Day proclaimed in Sevier County, TN, October 7, 1967, and in Los Angeles, September 20, 1979; Vocal Group of the Year Award (with Porter Wagoner), 1968; Grammy Award nomination (with Wagoner), best country duo or group, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1969, for Just Someone I Used to Know; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1970, for "Mule Skinner Blues"; Vocal Duo of the Year Award (with Wagoner), All Country Music Association, 1970, 1971; Grammy Award nominations, best female country vocalist, 1971, for "Joshua," best country duo (with Wagoner), 1971, for "Better Move It on Home," and best sacred performance, for "Golden Streets of Glory," 1971; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1972, for "Touch Your Woman"; Grammy Award nomination (with Wagoner), best country duo, 1973, for "If Teardrops Were Pennies"; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1974, for "Jolene"; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1975, for Jolene (track from In Concert)', named female vocalist of the year, Country Music Association, 1975, 1976; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1976, for All I Can Do; named country star of the year, Sullivan Productions, 1977; American Music Award, best country album, 1977, for New Harvest—First Gathering; Grammy Award nominations, best female pop vocalist, 1977, for "Here You Come Again," and best female country vocalist, 1977, for "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher"; Entertainer of the Year Award, Country Music Association, 1978; Grammy Award, best female country vocalist, 1978, for the album Here You Come Again; Emmy Award nomination, best supporting actress in a variety or music presentation, 1978, for Cher ... Special; Nashville Metronome Award, 1979; People's Choice Awards, 1980 and 1988; named female vocalist of the year,

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PERSONAL Full name, Dolly Rebecca Parton (some sources spell given name "Dollie"); born January 19, 1946, in Locust Ridge (some sources cite Sevierville), Sevier County, TN; daughter of Robert Lee (a tobacco farmer) and Avie Lee (maiden name, Owens; some sources cite mother's name as Bessie Elizabeth Rayfield) Parton; sister of Stella Parton (a singer and actress), Rachel Parton (a singer and actress; also known as Rachel Dennison), Randy Parton (a singer and musician), and Floyd Parton (a musical performer and songwriter); married Carl Dean (a paving contractor), May 30, 1966; children: some sources cite a daughter, Virginia. Education: Graduated from high school in Sevier County, TN. Addresses: Agent—Sam Haskell, William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Jim Morey, Morey Management Group, 335 North Maple Dr., Suite 351, Beverly Hills, 219

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Academy of Country Music, 1980; Academy Award nomination, best song, 1980, Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song for a motion picture, Grammy Award, best female country vocalist, and Grammy Award nomination, song of the year, 1981, for "Nine to Five"; Golden Globe Award nominations, best motion picture actress in a musical or comedy and new female star of the year in a motion picture, and Grammy Award nomination (with Charles Fox), best original score, all 1981, for Nine to Five; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1982, for "I Will Always Love You"; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress on a motion picture comedy or musical, 1983, for The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1983, and American Music Award, 1984, both for Burlap and Satin; Grammy Award nomination (with Kenny Rogers), best pop duo, 1983, for "Islands in the Stream"; Grammy Award nomination, best female country vocalist, 1984, for "Tennessee Homesick Blues"; Grammy Award nominations, best female country vocalist and best country duo (with Rogers), both 1985, for Real Love; Album of the Year Award (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt), Academy of Country Music, Grammy Award (with Harris and Ronstadt), best country group performance, and Grammy Award nomination (with Harris and Ronstadt), album of the year, all 1987, for Trio; Country Music Association Award (with Harris and Ronstadt), best vocal event, 1988, for Trio; People's Choice Awards, favorite female performer in a new television program and favorite all-around female entertainer, both 1988; named to Small Town of America Hall of Fame and to Eastern Tennessee Hall of Fame, both 1988; Grammy Award nomination (with others), best country vocal collaboration, 1993, for "Romeo"; Country Music Association Award (with Vince Gill), best vocal event, 1996; inducted into Country Music Association Hall of Fame, 1999; Grammy Award (with Harris and Ronstadt), best country collaboration with vocals, 2000, for "After the Gold Rush"; inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2001; Grammy Awards, best bluegrass album, 2001, for The Grass Is Blue, and best female country vocal performance, 2002, for "Shine"; gold and platinum records, Recording Industry Association of America.

Dr. Shirlee Kenyon, Straight Talk, Buena Vista, 1991. Herself, The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth Century-Fox,

1993. Herself, Heartsong, 1995. Mrs. McCluskey, Frank McKlusky, C.I., Buena Vista, 2002.

Film Work: Music supervisor, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Universal, 1982. Music supervisor, Rhinestone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Song producer, Straight Talk, Buena Vista, 1991. Song producer, "If You Ain't Got Love," The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Television Appearances; Series: The Porter Wagoner Show, syndicated, 1967-1974. Host, Dolly, syndicated, 1976. Host, Dolly (also known as The Dolly Show), ABC, 1987-1988. Heavens to Betsy, 1994. Appeared in the unreleased series Mindin' My Own Business, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The Rowan and Martin Special, NBC, 1973. Burt Reynolds' Late Show, NBC, 1973. Country Music Hit Parade, CBS, 1975. Mac Davis ... Sounds like Home, NBC, 1977. Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1977. Cher... Special, ABC, 1978. Dolly and Carol in Nashville, 1978. Host, Country Stars of the 1970s, NBC, 1979. Christmas Special ... With Love, Mac Davis, NBC,

1979. Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years, CBS, 1980. Mac Davis 10th Anniversary Special: I Still Believe in Music, NBC, 1980. Lily—Sold Out, CBS, 1981. Fifty Years of Country Music, NBC, 1981. Roy Acuff: 50 Years the King of Country Music, NBC, 1982. The Best Little Special in Texas, syndicated, 1982. Host, Dolly in Concert (also known as Dolly in London), HBO, 1983. Kenny and Dolly: A Christmas to Remember, CBS, 1984. Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton Together (also known as Kenny and Dolly: Real Love), HBO, 1985. Host, The Winning Hand, syndicated, 1985. The 60th Anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry, CBS, 1986. Walt Disney World's 15th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1986. This Is Your Life, NBC, 1987.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Doralee Rhodes, Nine to Five, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Mona Stangely, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (also known as The Best Little Cathouse in Texas), Universal, 1982. Jacqueline "Jake" Ferris, Rhinestone, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1984. Truvy Jones, Steel Magnolias, TriStar, 1989. 220

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Television Appearances; Movies: Herself Single Bars, Single Women, 1984. Lorna Davis, A Smoky Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1986. Thiola "Big T" Rayfield, Wild Texas Wind (also known as The Big T), NBC, 1991. Herself, Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story (also known as Paper Mansions: The Dottie West Story), CBS, 1995. Ruby Diamond, Unlikely Angel, CBS, 1996. Herself, Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story, CBS, 1997. Leanna Taylor, Blue Valley Songbird, Lifetime, 1999. Herself, Jackie's Back! (also known as Jackie's Back: Portrait of a Diva), Lifetime, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Herself, Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (also known as Thejudds: Love Can Build a Bridge), NBC, 1995. America's Music: The Roots of Country, TBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Musikladen, 1977. Guest host, The Midnight Special, 1978. Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters, 1980. Captain Kangaroo, 1985. Solid Gold, 1985. Guest, Fame, Fortune and Romance, ABC, 1986. Voice, "Urban Chipmunk," Alvin & the Chipmunks (animated), NBC, 1987. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1987. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1989. Late Night with David Letterman, 1989. Guardian angel, "Their Finest Hour," Designing Women, CBS, 1990. Herself, "Twentieth Century: Parts 1 & 2," Designing Women, CBS, 1990. Herself, "Hello Dolly," Babes, Fox, 1991. Herself, Jack's Place, ABC, 1993. Voice of Katrina Eloise "Murph" Murphy, "The Family

1993. Billy Ray Cyrus, 1993. The 10th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, The Disney Channel, 1994. (In archive footage) Herself, Carol Burnett: The Special Years, 1994. Dolly Parton: Treasures, CBS, 1996. Grand Ole Opry 70th Anniversary, CBS, 1996. Grand Ole Opry Musical Salute to Minnie Pearl (also known as Grand Ole Opry Musical Salute to Minnie Peart), CBS, 1996. The Life and Times of Kenny Rogers, The Nashville Network, 1996. Voice of Katrina Eloise Murphy, The Magic School Bus Holiday Special (animated), PBS, 1996. Company's Com in': A Tribute to Porter Wagoner, The Nashville Network, 1997. Prime Time Country Celebrates 15 Years of TNN, The Nashville Network, 1998. The Life and Times of Tammy Wynette, The Nashville Network, 1998. Unspoiled Country The Nashville Network, 1998. Roddy McDowall: Hollywood's Best Friend, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Reba McEntire, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Life and Times of Ricky Skaggs, The Nashville Network, 1999. Intimate Portrait: Barbara Mandrell, Lifetime, 1999. Host, Grand Ole Opry 75th—A Celebration, CBS, 2000. Brenda Lee: Little Miss Dynamite, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Graham Goes to Dollywood, 2001.

Holiday Special," The Magic School Bus (animated), PBS, 1994. Late Show with David Letterman, 1994, 1995. The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996. Guest host, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, syndicated,

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Also appeared on The Bill Anderson Show, The Cass Walker Program, and The Wilbur Brothers Show.

Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, Dolly Parton: Christmas at Home (also known as Dolly Parton: Home for Christmas), ABC, 1990. Executive producer, Dolly Parton: Treasures, CBS, 1996.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 18th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1984. The 20th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1986. Host, The 22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1988. The 23rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, NBC, 1988. The 23rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1989. The 24th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1990. The 25th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1991. Music City News Country Songwriters Awards, The Nashville Network, 1992. The 26th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, TNN Music City News Country Awards, The Nashville Network, 1993. The 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1993. The 28th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, The 36th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1994. The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC,

Radio Appearances: Featured on The Grand Ole Opry, WSM, Nashville, and The Cass Walker Program, Knoxville, TN, in the late 1950s and early 1960s. RECORDINGS Albums: Puppy Love, Gold Band, 1960. Hello, I'm Dolly, Monument, 1967. (With Porter Wagoner) Just between You and Me, RCA Victor, 1968. Just Because I'm a Woman, RCA Victor, 1968. (With Wagoner) Just the Two of Us, RCA Victor, 1968. In the Good Old Days When Times Were Bad, RCA Victor, 1969. (With Wagoner) Always, Always, RCA Victor, 1969. My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy, RCA Victor, 1969. The Fairest of Them All, RCA Victor, 1970. (With Wagoner) Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca, RCA Victor, 1970. As Long as I Love, Monument, 1970. A Real Live Dolly, RCA Victor, 1970. (With Wagoner) Once More, RCA Victor, 1970. Best of Dolly Parton, RCA Victor, 1970. Golden Streets of Glory, RCA Victor, 1971. (With Wagoner) Two of a Kind, RCA Victor, 1971. Joshua, RCA Victor, 1971. (With Wagoner) The Best of Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner, RCA Victor, 1971. The World of Dolly Parton, Monument, 1971. Coat of Many Colors, RCA, 1971. (With Wagoner) The Right Combination: Burning the Midnight Oil, RCA Victor, 1972. (With Wagoner) Together Always, RCA Victor, 1972. Dolly Parton Sings My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner, RCA, 1972. Just the Way I Am, Camden, 1973, re-released, 1986. (With Wagoner) We Found It, RCA Victor, 1973. My Tennessee Mountain Home, RCA Victor, 1973. (With Wagoner) Love and Music, RCA Victor, 1973. Bubbling Over, RCA Victor, 1973. Mine, Camden, 1973. Jolene, RCA Victor, 1974. (With Wagoner) Porter 'n' Dolly, RCA Victor, 1974. Love Is Like a Butterfly, RCA Victor, 1974. The Bargain Store, RCA Victor, 1975. Best of Dolly Parton, Volume 2, RCA Victor, 1975. (With Wagoner) Say You'll Be Mine Forever, FCA Victor, 1975. Dolly: The Seeker ..., RCA Victor, 1975.

1994. Song performer, The 29th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1995. The 30th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1996. Presenter, The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards (also known as 2001 Grammy Awards), CBS, 2001. The 33rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1999. The 35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 2000. The 31st Annual Dove Awards, syndicated, 2000. Television Work; Series: Production supervisor, Dolly (also known as The Dolly Show), ABC, 1987-1988. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer and coproducer, Wild Texas Wind, NBC, 1991. Executive producer, Unlikely Angel, CBS, 1996. Executive producer, Blue Valley Songbird, Lifetime,

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All I Can Do, RCA Victor, 1976. Here You Come Again, RCA Victor, 1977. New Harvest—First Gathering, RCA Victor, 1977. Heartbreaker, RCA Victor, 1978. Great Balls of Fire, RCA Victor, 1979. (With Kitty Wells) Dolly Parton and Kitty Wells, Exact, 1980. Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, RCA Victor, 1980. (With Wagoner) Sweet Harmony—Porter & Dolly, RCA Victor, 1980. Nine to Five (and Odd Jobs), RCA Victor, 1980. Heartbreak Express, RCA Victor, 1982. (With Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and Brenda Lee), Kris, Willie, Dolly, and Brenda: The Winning Hand, Monument, 1982. The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (original soundtrack recording), RCA Victor, 1982. Dolly Parton's Greatest Hits, RCA Victor, 1982. Burlap and Satin, RCA Victor, 1983. Songbook, Exact, 1984. The Great Pretender, RCA Victor, 1984. Rhinestone (original soundtrack recording), RCA Victor, 1984. (With Kenny Rogers) Once upon a Christmas, RCA Victor, 1984. Dolly Parton Collector's Series, RCA Victor, 1985. Portrait, RCA Victor, 1986. Think about Love, RCA Victor, 1986. Real Love, RCA Victor, 1986. The Best There Is, RCA Victor, 1987. The Best of Dolly Parton, Volume 3, RCA Victor, 1987. (With Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) Trio, Warner Bros., 1987. Rainbow, CBC Records, 1988. White Limozeen, CBS Records, 1989. Best of Dolly Parton, RCA Victor, 1990. Home for Christmas, CBS Records, 1990. Eagle When She Flies, Sony, 1991. Straight Talk (original soundtrack recording), Hollywood Records, 1992. The RCA Years: 1967-1986, RCA Victor, 1993. Slowing Dancing with the Moon, Columbia, 1993. Heartsongs: Live from Home, Columbia, 1994. (With Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette) Honky Tonk Angels: Loretta, Dolly, Tammy, Columbia, 1994. Something Special, Columbia, 1995. The Essential Dolly Parton, RCA Victor, 1995. Super Hits, RCA Victor, 1996. / Will Always Love You & Other Greatest Hits, Columbia, 1996. Treasures, Rising Tide, 1996. The Essential Dolly Parton—Volume II, RCA Victor, 1997. I Believe, BNG, 1997. Her Greatest Hits, 1998. Hungry Again, Decca, 1998. (With Harris and Ronstadt) Trio II, Elektra, 1998. The Grass Is Blue, Sugar Hill, 1999.

Other albums include Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man, The Great Pretender, I Couldn't Wait Forever, I Will Always Love You, Once upon a Christmas, Something Fishy, and We Used To. Single recordings include "Dumb Blonde/' 1967; also recorded (with Porter Wagoner) "Better Move It on Home/' "Golden Streets of Glory," (with Wagoner) "If Teardrops Were Pennies," (with Kenny Rogers) "Islands in the Stream," "Mule Skinner Blues," "Tennessee Homesick Blues," (with Wagoner) "Touch Your Woman," RCA Victor, 1972; "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher," and a rendition of Cat Stevens's "Peace Train." Videos: Captain Kangaroo and His Friends, Encyclopedia Britannica Educational, 1985. Dollywood: A Memory Worth Repeating, 1996. Also appeared in the music videos "Dagger through the Heart," "The Day I Fall in Love," "Eagle When She Flies," "He's Alive," "Honky Tonk Songs," "I Know You by Heart," "I'm Gone," "Just When I Needed You Most," "Light of a Clear Blue Morning," "Love Is Strange," "More Where That Came From," "Potential New Boyfriend," "Real Love," "The River Unbroken," "Rockin' Years," "Romeo," "The Salt in My Tears," "Shine," "Silver and Gold," "Silver Threads and Golden Needles," "Straight Talk," "Those Memories of You," "To Know Him Is to Love Him," "When You Tell Me that You Love Me," and "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' like That."

WRITINGS Film Music: Song, "It's All Wrong, but It's All Right," Norma Rae, 1979. (With Charles Fox) Theme music, Nine to Five, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Songs, "I Will Always Love You" and "Sneakin' Around," The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Universal, 1982. Score and songs, Rhinestone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Songwriter, Pink Cadillac, Warner Bros., 1989. Songwriter, Straight Talk, Buena Vista, 1991. Song, "I Will Always Love You," The Bodyguard, Warner Bros., 1992. The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Song, "Here I Am," Another Day in Paradise, Trimark Pictures, 1998. Song, "9 to 5," Karaoke Verite, 1999. 223

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Song, "9 to 5," Office Space, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Songs, "It's All Wrong, but It's All Right" and "Jolene," Women Talking Dirty, 1999. Song, "When Love Is New," Songcatcher, 1999, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Song, "I Will Always Love You," Moulin Rouge!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Also wrote "Here You Come Again" and "Islands in the Stream."

Television Music; Series: Theme song, "Love Is Like a Butterfly," Butterflies, 1978. Title song, Nine to Five, 1980. Song, "I Will Always Love You/' Jack's Place, 1992.

OTHER SOURCES

ADAPTATIONS The television movies A Smoky Mountain Christmas and Wild Texas Wind were based on stories by Parton.

Books: Busnar, Gene, Superstars of Country Music, J. Messner, 1984. Careff, Ed, Dolly Parton: Close Up/Up Close, 1983. Fleischer, Leonore, Dolly: Here I Come Again, Paperjacks Books, 1987. James, Oris, Dolly Parton: A Personal Portrait, 1976. Contemporary Musicians, Volume 24, Gale, 1999. Nash, Alanna, Dolly Parton (also known as Dolly Parton: The Early Years), Reed Books, 1978. Parton, Dolly, Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business, HarperCollins (New York City), 1994. Parton, Willadeene, In the Shadow of a Song, Bantam (New York City), 1985. Parton, Willadeene, Smoky Mountain Treasures, introduction by Dolly Parton, Rutledge Hill Press, 1996. Parton, Willadeene, All-Day Singing and Dinner on the Ground, foreword by Dolly Parton, Rutledge Hill Press, 1997. Pasternak, Judith Mahoney, Dolly, Metrobooks, 1998. 5f. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Scoby, Lola, Dolly Parton: Going to Town, 1985. Shue, Lori, Dolly Parton, 1990. Simon, George T., The Best of the Music Makers, Doubleday (New York City), 1971.

Television Music; Movies: Songwriter, A Smoky Mountain Christmas, 1986. Music composer (and coauthor of script), Wild Texas Wind, NBC, 1991. Songwriter, "Unlikely Angel" and "What'cha Trying to Do to Me?" Unlikely Angel, CBS, 1996. Composer of title song, Blue Valley Songbird, Lifetime, 1999. Television Music; Specials: Song, "A Christmas to Remember," Kenny & Dolly: A Christmas to Remember, CBS, 1984. Song, "Christmas in America," Christmas in America: A Love Story, NBC, 1989. Books: Just the Way I Am: Poetic Selections on "Reasons to Live, Reasons to Love and Reasons to Smile? from the Songs of Dolly Parton, Blue Mountain (Boulder, CO), 1979. Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business (autobiography), HarperCollins (New York City), 1994. Coat of Many Colors (children's book), illustrated by Judith Sutton, HarperTrophy, 1994.

Periodicals: Country America, October, 1989, pp. 20-23; November, 1993, pp. 34-36, 38. Country Music, July/August, 1987, p. 30; September/ October, 1989, p. 28. Country Standard Time, February/March, 2001, pp. 30-31. Film Comment, September/October, 1989, p. 62. Interview, July, 1989, p. 36; March, 2001, p. 95. Life, March, 1987. Ms., June, 1979; July, 1986, p. 14; January, 1987, p. 66. More, May, 2002, pp. 108-111, 132. New York Times Magazine, May 9, 1976. Observer, September 6, 1998. Paper, July, 1997, pp. 60-65, 87. People Weekly, April 21, 1997, p. 111; April 10, 2000, p. 22.

Songs: (With Bill Owens) "Put It Off until Tomorrow," Combine Music, 1965. (With Dorothy Jo Hope) "Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man," RCA, 1970. "Joshua/'RCA, 1970. "Coat of Many Colors," RCA, 1971. "I Will Always Love You," RCA, 1974. "Jolene," RCA, 1974. "To Daddy," Velvet Apple Music, 1976. "Two Doors Down," RCA, 1978. "Nine to Five," RCA, 1981. "Appalachian Memories," RCA, 1983. "Tennessee Homesick Blues," RCA, 1984. 224

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sociation of America, both for Luciano Pavarotti—O Holy Night; Grammy Awards, best classical vocalist soloist performance, 1978, for Luciano Pavarotti—Hits from Lincoln Center, and 1979, for O Sole Mio; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in special events, 1979, for La gioconda; Emmy Award nomination (with producer John Goberman), outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1980, for "New York Philharmonic with Zubin Mehta and Luciano Pavarotti/' Live from Lincoln Center; Emmy Award nomination (with Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Home), outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1980, and Grammy Award (with Sutherland and Home), best classical vocal soloist performance, 1981, both for Live from the Lincoln Center—Sutherland— Home—Pavarotti; Emmy Award, outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1982, for Pavarotti in Philadelphia: La boheme; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual performance in a variety or music program, 1982, for Live from Lincoln Center; Emmy Award (with Sutherland), outstanding individual achievement in classical music or dance programming, 1985, for "Rigoletto"; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1986, for "An Evening with Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti," Live from the Met; Grammy Award nomination (with others), best opera recording, 1986, for Verdi: Un ballo in maschera; Grammy Award, best classical vocal soloist performance, 1988, for Luciano Pavarotti in Concert; Grammy Award (with Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo), best classical vocal soloist performance, 1990, for Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert; Emmy Award nomination (with producers Goberman and Marc Bauman), outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1991, for "Pavarotti Plus!," Live from Lincoln Center; Emmy Award nomination (with Goberman, Bauman, and Karen McLaughlin), outstanding classical program in the performing arts, 1992, for "The 100th Telecast: Pavarotti Plus!," Live from Lincoln Center; named artist of the year, Gramophone, 1992; recipient of Kennedy Center Honors, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2001; Russian Man of the Year Award, 2001; Grammy Living Legend Award; named "Musicares Person of the Year," National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences; Commendatore Cross and Grand Official Cross of the Italian Republic; officer, French Legion of Honor; Ville de Paris Prize; Kaemmersanger from Austrian Ministry of Culture; appointed United Nations Messenger for Peace; Nansen Award, United Nations High Commission for Refugees; several honorary degrees from universities around the world.

Playboy, October, 1978, pp. 81-110. P/ayg/r/, January, 1981. Rolling Stone, October 23, 1975; August 15, 1977. Saturday Evening Post, October, 1989, p. 46. USA Today, August 25, 1998.

PAVAROTTI, Luciano 1935PERSONAL Born October 12, 1935, in Modena, Italy; son of Fernando (a baker and singer) and Adele (a factory worker; maiden name, Venturi) Pavarotti; married Adua Veroni, September 30, 1961 (separated, 1996); companion of Nicoletta Mantovani (a secretary); children: Lorenza, Christiana, Guiliana. Education: Istituto Magistrale Carlo Sigonio, Diploma Magistrale (education), 1955; studied voice with Ettore Campogalliani and Arrigo (some sources site Arrio) Pola. Addresses: Contact—c/o 941 Via Giardini, 41040 Saliceta Guiliano, Modena, Italy. Career: Opera singer and actor. Performed in operas and concerts throughout the world, including appearances at the Vienna Staatsoper, La Scala, Teatro Colon, Carnegie Hall, 1973, a recital in Liberty, MO, 1973, Madison Square Garden, 1984, Great Hall of the People, Beijing, 1986, Hyde Park, London, 1991, Central Park, New York City, 1993, the grand opening of the Detroit Opera House, performances in Philadelphia, Berlin, Geneva, Hamburg, Moscow, Paris, Salzburg, and Vienna, and cities in various countries, including Chile, Hungary, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Spain, Uruguay, and the former Czechoslovakia. Performed for heads of state and others and in benefit events. With Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo, performed as the Three Tenors in concerts and at various events, such as the World Cup Soccer Championship and in performances in various cities, including Los Angeles. Opera Company of Philadelphia, creator of the Luciano Pavarotti Vocal Competition, 1980. Performed in productions celebrating the one hundredth anniversaries of La boheme, Turin, Italy, 1996, and Tosca, Rome Opera House, Rome, Italy, 2000. Appeared in television commercials. Also worked as an elementary school mathematics and gymnastics teacher, 1955-57, and as an insurance sales representative.

CREDITS Awards, Honors: Achille Peri Prize, 1961; Concorso Internazionale Prize, 1961; Grammy Award nomination, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, best classical performance by a vocal soloist, 1977, and platinum record, Recording Industry As-

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Mario Cavaradossi, Tosca, PBS, 1978. "Luciano Pavarotti Recital" (also known as "Luciano Pavarotti in Recital at the Metropolitan Opera House"), Live from Lincoln Center, PBS, 1978. Requiem, PBS, 1978. Lagioconda, PBS, 1979. Riccardo, Un ballo in maschera, PBS, 1980. A Christmas Special with Luciano Pavarotti (also known as Christmas with Luciano Pavarotti), PBS, 1980. Duke of Mantua, Rigoletto, PBS, 1981. Nemorino, L'elisir d'amore, PBS, 1981. Radames, Aida, 1981. Italian singer, Der rosenkavalier, PBS, 1982. Host, Pavarotti and Friends, ABC, 1982. Pavarotti in Philadelphia: La boheme, PBS, 1982. Title role, Ernani, PBS, 1983. Title role, Idomeneo, PBS, 1983. Met Centennial Gala Telecast, PBS, 1983. Duke of Mantua, "Rigoletto," Great Performances, PBS, 1985. Radames, Aida, 1985. Gustavo III, Un ballo in maschera, 1986. Rodolfo, La boheme, 1986. "An Evening with Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti," Live from the Met, PBS, 1986. Gian Carlo Menotti: The Musical Magician, PBS, 1986. The Night of Music: A Global Celebration, PBS, 1986. Pavarotti in the Verdi Requiem: A Salute to Youth, PBS, 1986. Pavarotti Plus!, PBS, 1986. Edgardo, the duke, and Alfredo, The Joan Sutherland Anniversary Gala, PBS, 1987. Riccardo, Un ballo in maschera, PBS, 1987. Manrico, // trovatore, PBS, 1988. Rodolfo, Scenes from La boheme: A Pavarotti Celebration, PBS, 1988. Pavarotti Returns to Naples, PBS, 1988. Rodolfo, La boheme, Arts and Entertainment, 1989. Pavarotti Plus!... Plus!, PBS, 1989. The Richard Tucker Opera Gala, PBS, 1989. Cavaradossi, Tosca, 1990. Host, Pavarotti Plus!, PBS, 1990. Riccardo, Un ballo In maschera, 1990. Carreras Domingo Pavarotti in Concert (also known as The Original Three Tenors Concert), 1990. Central Park, PBS, 1990. Great Moments from the Met, PBS, 1990. Mulberry Street, CBS, 1990. Night of Music, Arts and Entertainment, 1990. The 1990 Richard Tucker Gala, PBS, 1990. Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come, CBS, 1990. Duke of Mantua, "Rigoletto," Panasonic Presents: 25th Anniversary Gala at the Met, 1991. Guest singer at party, Die fledermaus, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. King Gustav, A Masked Ball from the Metropolitan Opera, PBS, 1991. Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti, Mehta, PBS, 1991. The 1991 Richard Tucker Gala, PBS, 1991. Pavarotti in the Park, PBS, 1991.

(In archive footage) 60 Minutes: The Entertainers, 1991. Title role, Don Carlo, 1992. Duke of Mantua, "Rigoletto," The Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary, PBS, 1992. Nemorino, L'elisir d'amore, PBS, 1992. Live from the Philadelphia Orchestra with Riccardo Muti, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Maazel! A Profile of the Maestro, PBS, 1992. Pavarotti & Friends, 1992. Pavarotti and the Italian Tenor, PBS, 1992. Pavarotti Plus!, PBS, 1992. Pavarotti & Friends, PBS, 1993. Pavarotti in Central Park, PBS, 1993. Pavarotti in Paris, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. A Pavarotti Prelude, PBS, 1993. Three Tenors: The Impossible Dream, PBS, 1993. Canio, "I Pagliacci," // Tabarro and Pagliacci, PBS, 1994. Oronte, / Lombardi alia prima crociata, PBS, 1994. Luciano Pavarotti Talking with David Frost, PBS, 1994. Pavarotti & Friends 2, 1994. Pavarotti: My Heart's Delight, PBS, 1994. Pavarotti Plus! (also known as Pavarotti Plus! Sixth Edition), PBS, 1994. The Three Tenors—Backstage Live!, PBS, 1994. Tibor Rudas Presents Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti with Mehta: The Three Tenors in Concert 1994 (also known as Carreras, Domingo, and Pavarotti with Mehta, The 3 Tenors in Concert 1994, and Tibor Rudas Presents: The Three Tenors in Concert 1994), PBS, 1994. The Vision: The Making of the Three Tenors in Concert, 1994. The Making of Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti, and Mehta: The Three Tenors in Concert 1994, PBS, 1995. Pavarotti & Friends Together for the Children of Bosnia, 1995. Pavarotti: My World, PBS, 1995. Placido Domingo: A Musical Life, PBS, 1995. Sinatra: 80 Years My Way, ABC, 1995. Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti with Levine: The Three Tenors in Concert 1996, PBS, 1996. The James Levine 25th Anniversary Gala, 1996. Pavarotti & Friends for War Child, 1996. Three Tenors in Concert, pay-per-view, 1996. Tibor Rudas Presents Pavarotti on Miami Beach, PBS, 1996. Title role, Andrea Chenier, PBS, 1997. Pavarotti's Triumphant Return to Wales, 1997. Master of ceremonies, The Richard Tucker New York City Gala, PBS, 1998. Presenter, Opera Stamps—Dedications at the Met, PBS, 1998. Pavarotti and Friends, PBS, 1998. Pavarotti & Friends for the Children of Liberia, 1998. Tibor Rudas Presents Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti with Levine—The Three Tenors Live in Concert—Paris 1998 (also known as Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti with Levine and The Three Tenors, Paris 1998), PBS, 1998. 226

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Tibor Rudas Presents Pavarotti for the Future—The Luciano Pavarotti International Voice Competition, PBS, 1998. Visions of Italy, Northern Style, 1998. The Italian Passion for Life, PBS, 1999. Luciano Pavarotti 30th Anniversary Gala Performance, PBS, 1999. Pavarotti & Friends 99 for Guatemala and Kosovo (also known as Pavarotti & Friends 99), PBS, 1999. Pavarotti & Friends for Cambodia and Tibet, 2000. The Three Tenors Christmas, PBS, 2000. Pavarotti & Friends for Afghanistan, 2001. The Three Tenors in the Forbidden City, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Also appeared in other specials, including a concert held at the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, 1986. Television Appearances; Series: Live from Lincoln Center, PBS, beginning in 1980. Pavarotti and Levine in Recital, PBS, beginning in 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show, multiple episodes, NBC, beginning c. 1972. Duke of Mantua, "Rigoletto," The Life of Verdi (also known as Verdi), PBS, 1983. ABC in Concert, ABC, 1991. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1993. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1996. "Enrico Caruso: Voice of the Century/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1998. Appeared in episodes of other series. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 53rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1981. Danny Kaye's International Children's Awards for UNICEF, 1992. The 1993 World Music Awards, ABC, 1993. The 41st Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1999. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Other: Voice, Maria Stuart, 1988.

Stage Appearances: Duke of Mantua, Rigoletto, Carpi, Italy, 1961. Rodolfo, La boheme, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 1961. Edgardo, Lucia di Lammermoor, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1963. Rodolfo, La boheme, Opera House at Covent Garden, London, 1963. Elvino, La sonnambula, Opera House at Covent Garden, both 1965. Lucia di Lammermoor, Miami, FL, 1965. / Capuleti e i Montecchi, c. 1965-1966. Tonio, La fille du Regiment (also known as The Daughter of the Regiment), Opera House at Covent Garden, 1966. La boheme, Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, 1968. Manon, Italy and Spain, 1969 and 1970. La fille du Regiment (also known as The Daughter of the Regiment), Metropolitan Opera House, 1972. La boheme, Chicago Opera, Chicago, IL, 1973. La favorita, San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, CA, 1973. L'elisir d'amore, Metropolitan Opera House, 1973. // trovatore, San Francisco Opera, 1975. Bellini, / Puritani, Metropolitan Opera House, 1976. Turandot, San Francisco Opera, 1977. Ponchielli, La gioconda, San Francisco Opera, 1979. L'elisir d'amore, Chicago Opera, 1979. Aida, San Francisco Opera, 1981. Idomeneo, Metropolitan Opera House, 1982. Ernani, Metropolitan Opera House, 1983. Aida, Metropolitan Opera House and La Scala, Milan, Italy, both 1986. La boheme, Teatro Comunale, Modena, Italy, 1986. Otello, 1991. Pavarotti & Friends, Modena, 1992. / Lombardi alia prima crociata, Metropolitan Opera House, 1993. / Pagliacci, Metropolitan Opera House, 1994. La fille du Regiment (also known as The Daughter of the Regiment), Metropolitan Opera House, 1995. Tosca, Metropolitan Opera House, 1995. Turandot, Metropolitan Opera House, 1997. Aida, Metropolitan Opera House, 2001. Appeared in other operas. Appeared in other concert performances, including various Pavarotti & Friends concerts.

Film Appearances: Giuseppe Verdi: Messa di requiem (also known as Giuseppe Verdi: Requiem), 1967. Giorgio Fini, Yes, Giorgio, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1982. Distant Harmony, Circle Releasing Luchina, 1987.

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Pavarotti Magic: An Exclusive Recital, Pavarotti, 1997. The Voice, Pavarotti, 1997. In His Glory, Pavarotti, 1997. Christmas with Pavarotti, Empire, 1997. The Golden Voice of Luciano Pavarotti, Madacy, 1997. World's Favorite Arias, PNEC, 1997. Live 1965-1969, Gala, 1997. Notte d'Amore, Polygram, 1998. Pavarotti Magic, Volume 2, Boxsets, 1998. For the Children of Liberia, Polygram, 1998. The Ultimate Collection, Deco, 1998. Pleasures, BCI, 1998. The Classic Christmas Album, DC, 1998. Pavarotti and Friends: For the Children of Liberia, London Records, 1998. (Contributor) Ten Tenors in Prayer, RCA Records, 1999.

Albums: Reggio Emilia, 1961. La boheme, Decca, c. 1973. Madama Butterfly, Decca, c. 1974. Luisa Miller, Decca, 1975. Luciano Pavarotti—O Holy Night, Decca, 1977. Luciano Pavarotti—Hits from Lincoln Center, Decca, 1978. OSoleMio, Decca, 1979. (With Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Home) Live from the Lincoln Center—Sutherland—Home—Pavarotti, London, 1981. Arias, Airs, Arien, Decca, 1982. Yes, Giorgio (original soundtrack recording), London, c. 1982. Mamma, Decca, 1984. Passione, Decca, 1985. Verdi: Un ballo in maschera, London, 1986. Luciano Pavarotti in Concert, Decca, 1987. Volare, Decca, 1987. At Carnegie Hall, Decca, 1988. (Contributor) Hardware, 1989. Pavarotti in Concert, Columbia, 1990. Rare Verdi Arias, Columbia, 1990. Love 1961-1966, Huub, 1991. Live Recordings (1964-1967), Decca, 1991. Pavarotti in Hyde Park, Decca, 1991. Pavarotti Songbook, Decca, 1991. Rigoletto, Sound Solution, 1992. Verdi and Others, Sound Solution, 1992. In Concert, Castle, 1992. Amore, 1992. Pavarotti and Friends, London, 1993. Collection, Volume 2, Castle, 1993. Ti Amo—Puccini's Greatest Love Songs, Decca, 1993. My Heart's Delight, Decca, 1993. Fortunate Pilgrim, RCA, 1994. Early Years, Volume 1, Decca, 1994. (Contributor) Magic of Christmas, 1994. (Contributor) Zucchero, Miserere, 1994. Christmas Favorites from the World's Tenors, Sony Classical, 1995. Early Years, Volume 2, Decca, 1995. Pavarotti & Friends 2, Decca, 1995. Verdi: II trovatore, Decca, 1995. Pavarotti Plus, Decca, 1995. (Contributor) The Passengers, Miss Sarajevo, 1995. (Contributor) Zucchero, Diamante, 1995. (Contributor) Passengers: Original Soundtracks I, 1995. Pavarotti & Friends for War Child, Decca, 1996. Pavarotti & Friends Together for the Children of Bosnia, Decca, 1996. Los Angeles, Decca, 1996. The Great Luciano Pavarotti, Decca, 1996. (Contributor) Barbra Streisand, The Mirror Has Two Faces (original soundtrack recording), 1996. Highlights: La traviata and Rigoletto, Boxsets, 1997.

Albums; with Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo; as the Three Tenors: Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert, Decca, 1990. Three Tenors II, Decca, 1994. The Three Tenors: Paris 1998, Atlantic, 1998. Other albums include The Best of the Three Tenors. Videos: Pavarotti and Friends, London Video, 1993. WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With William Wright) My Own Story, Doubleday (New York City), 1981. (With Wright) Pavarotti: My World, Crown (New York City), 1995. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Musicians, Volume 20, Gale, 1997. International Dictionary of the Opera, St. James Press, 1993. Newsmakers 1997, Issue 4, Gale, 1997. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, July 29, 1994; September 9, 1994; November 10, 1995; December 8, 1995; April 19, 1996; December 13, 1996; September 4, 1998; October 30, 1998; November 6, 1998. Opera News, September, 1993, p. 4; April 13, 1996, p. 18; November 13, 1998, p. 4. People Weekly, December 7, 1998, p. 79; December 21, 1998. 228

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Electronic: Luciano Pavarotti, http://www.lucianopavarotti.com, October 23, 2002.

PINE, Larry 1945PERSONAL Born March 3, 1945, in Tucson, AZ; married; wife's name, Margaret; children: Jacob. Education: Studied drama at New York University; also attended North Texas State University. Addresses: Agent—Acme Talent, 6310 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 520, Los Angles, CA 90048.

Also appeared in Minor Details. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercial for Lipitor, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series: Roger Gordon, One Life to Live, ABC, 1988-1991,

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Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best supporting male, 1995, for Vanya on 42nd Street; Joe A. Callaway Award, best performance by a male actor in a classic play, 2001, for The Seagull.

Max Jeffries, All My Children, ABC, 1992. Barry Shire #1, All My Children, ABC, 1997-1999. Arnold "Arnie" Zelman, Oz, HBO, 1999-2001. Woody Mitchell, The Guiding Light (also known as Guiding Light), CBS, 2000.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Clark Haven, Hullabaloo over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures, 1978. Alfred Sampley, Fatal Friendship, NBC, 1991.

Film Appearances: Interrogator, Hanky Panky, 1982. Professor, Q (also known as Q: The Winged Serpent, Serpent, and The Winged Serpent), United Film Distribution Company, 1982. Movie director, /, the Jury, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Dr. Harry Merton, Alone in the Dark, New Line Cinema, 1982. Tom Reardon, Mystery Disc: Murder, Anyone?, 1982. Baskin, Anna, Vestron Pictures, 1987. Dave Hechtor, Plain Clothes, Paramount, 1988. Canning, The Dream Team, 1989. Michael Stone, Just Like in the Movies, 1989. Dr. Astrov, Vanya on 42nd Street, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994. Guy Gilardi, Dead Man Walking, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1995. Dr. Tom McAnally, Before and After, Buena Vista, 1996. Caller #33, Wall Street, Girl 6, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1996. William, Como nascem os anjos (also known as How Angels Are Born), 1996. Judge Hayfield, Jaded, Vision Films, 1996. Dave Gorman, The Ice Storm, Twentieth Century-Fox,

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Charles Steward, A Will of Their Own, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Elmo Grady, Read between the Lines, ABC, 1987. Voice, Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Uncle Richard, 'The Greenzenstacks," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1986. Tom Pierce, "Vote of Confidence," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. "Baseballs of Death," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Edward St. John, "Scoundrels," Law & Order, NBC,

1994. "Fun City," New York News, CBS, 1995. "God Bless America," Prince Street, NBC, 1997. Dr. Jacob Weiss, "Harm," Law & Order, NBC, 1999. Warren Bennington, "Daughters," 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

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Warren Bennington, "Bobby & Cynthia, Quennie & Joe," 700 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

and Sheila (maiden name, Maynard) Platt; married Camilla Campbell (a homemaker), 1993 (some sources cite 1992); children: Lili, George, Claire. Education: Tufts University, B.A. (drama), 1983; trained with Kristine Linklater at Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, MA. Avocational Interests: Baseball.

Also appeared in "Everybody People," Prince Street, NBC; as himself, The Dave Gorman Collection; Sam Gibson, "Past Performance," The $treet; Tad Channing, As the World Turns; Mr. Leonard, New York Undercover; Martin Kreitzer, Feds; voice, The West.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (voice work) Chas Cowing, Access Talent Voice-Overs, 37 East 28th St., Suite 500, New York, NY 10016. Manager—Erwin Stoff, 3 Arts Entertainment, 9460 Wilshire Blvd., Seventh Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— PMK/HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Stage Appearances: A caterpillar, Alice in Wonderland, 1969. Victor, Private Lives, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1983. Bri/Freddie, Joe Egg, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1985. Andy/Marty, Aunt Dan and Lemon, Public Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1985. Bill, Better Days, Primary Stages, New York City, 1991. Jerry Tremendous, The Dolphin Position, Primary Stages, 1992. Roy Cohn, Angels in America, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1993-1994. Jack, Have You Spoken to Any Jews Lately?, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1995. Virgil, Bus Stop, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1996. King James I, The Disputation, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1996. The Preservation Society, Primary Stages, 1996. Morton de Vries, Mizlansky/Zilinsky or "Schmucks," Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1998. The Chemistry of Change, Women's Project Theatre, New York City, 1998. Saved or Destroyed, Rattlesick Theatre, New York City, 2000. Peter, Krisit, Primary Stages, 2001. Dorn, Yevgeny Sergeyivich, The Seagull, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Blockbuster Award nomination, favorite supporting actor in a comedy, 1999, for Doctor Dolittle; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 2001, for The West Wing. CREDITS Film Appearances: Dave Lutz, Working Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Ed Benitez, Married to the Mob, Orion, 1988. Mr. Newby, Crusoe, Island, 1988. Neil Bleene, Postcards from the Edge, Columbia, 1990. Randal "Randy" Steckle, Flatliners, Columbia, 1990. Fitz, Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1992. Harvey, Beethoven, Universal, 1992. Eric, Benny & Joon, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. Jack Hartsell, The Temp, Paramount, 1993. Jeremy, Indecent Proposal, Paramount, 1993. Porthos, The Three Musketeers, Buena Vista, 1993. Paul Bunyan, Tall Tale (also known as Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill), Buena Vista, 1995. Tommy Fawkes, Funny Bones, Buena Vista, 1995. Dennis Cahill, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Henry Rex Vonner, A Time to Kill, Warner Bros., 1996. Dennis Murphy, Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Ben Goodrich, Simon Birch (also known as Angels and Armadillos, A Prayer for Owen Meany, and A Small Miracle), Buena Vista, 1998. Dr. Mark Weller, Doctor Dolittle (also known as Dr. Dolittle), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Maffio Venier, Dangerous Beauty (also known as Courtesan, A Destiny of Her Own, The Honest Courtesan, and Venice), Warner Bros., 1998. Maurice, The Impostors (also known as Ship of Fools), Fox Searchlight, 1998.

Also appeared in Endgame; Our Late Night; The Mandrake, Public Theatre; Taming of the Shrew, Public Theatre; Talk Radio; Light up the Sky, Hartford Stage; Heartbreak House, Hartford Stage; Night of the Iguana, Cleveland, OH. Radio Appearances: Alamo: A Radio Play, WNYC, 2002.

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Urban Blight, Stage I, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1988. Pere Ubu, Ubu, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York

Hector Cyr, Lake Placid, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Peter Steinberg, Three to Tango, Warner Bros., 1999. Rupert Burns, Bicentennial Man (also known as Der 200-Jahre Mann), Buena Vista, 1999. Fulvio Nesstra, Gun Shy (also known as Gunshy), Buena Vista, 2000. Jimmy King, Ready to Rumble, Warner Bros., 2000. Victor Wallace, Liberty Stands Still, Lions Gate, 2000. Dr. Louis Sachs, Don't Say a Word, Twentieth CenturyFox, 2001. Doug Reed, Hope Springs, Buena Vista, 2002. Moran, Ash Wednesday, IFC Films, 2002. Toad, Zigzag, Silver Nitrate Releasing, 2002. Jim Burns, Pieces of April, 2003.

City, 1989. Moon over Miami, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1989. Larry, Elliot Loves, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1990. Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 2002. Also appeared in The Tempest RECORDINGS

Video Games:

Film Work; Producer; with Others: Big Night, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996.

Voice of Luther-Dwayne Grady, SSX Tricky, Electronic Arts, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Music Videos:

Wallace Benton, Deadline, NBC, 2000. Oliver Babish, a recurring role, The West Wing, NBC, 2001.

Appeared in the music video "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)/' by Pras. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Episodic: Norm, "In the Money/' The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Speed Stiles, "Baseballs of Death," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Speed Stiles, "Indian Wars," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. "Changing Houses," Wiseguy, CBS, 1990. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1999. Himself, "Hay Day," Between the Lions, PBS, 2002.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, June 19, 1998, p. 55. Los Angeles Times, September 20, 1998. People Weekly, June 15, 1998, p. 35.

Television Appearances; Specials:

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Fairy godperson, Cinderelmo, Fox, 1999. 2000 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Other: Yaron Svoray, The Infiltrator (movie), HBO, 1995. Judge Jack Morgan, Queens Supreme, 2002.

Full name, Martha Campbell Plimpton; born November 16, 1970, in New York, NY; daughter of Keith Carradine (an actor) and Shelley Plimpton (an actress); granddaughter of John Carradine (an actor). Education: Attending acting workshops; attended Professional Children's School, New York City.

Stage Appearances: The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, MA, 1985. Much Ado about Nothing, Shakespeare and Company, 1985. Bubba, The Greenhouse Keeper Died over the Weekend, Manhattan Punch Line, New York City, 1987. The Man, If Walls Could Talk, Manhattan Punch Line, 1987. Syme, 1984, American Theater Exchange, Joyce Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1987. The Miser, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1987. Sparks in the Park, Playwrights' Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1987.

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Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, exceptional performance by a young actress in a motion picture, 1986, for The Goonies; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best supporting female, 1988, for Shy People; Young Artist Award nomination, best young female superstar in motion pictures, 1988, for The Mosquito Coast; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actress in a motion picture drama, 1989, for Running on Empty; National Medal of Arts (with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company Ensemble), 1998; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actress in a drama series, 2002, for "Denial/' Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Tina, Pecker, Fine Line, 1998. Monica, 200 Cigarettes, Paramount, 1999. Rebecca, The Sleepy Time Gal, Antarctic Pictures, 2001. Herself, Searching for Debra Winger (documentary), 2929 Productions/Flower Child Productions, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Helene Moskiewicz, A Woman at War, BBC, 1991. Ann, Chantilly Lace, Showtime, 1993. Laurie, "Daybreak/' HBO Showcase, HBO, 1993. Mary Jane (M. J.) Preston, The Defenders: Payback, Showtime, 1997. Mary Jane (M. J.) Preston, The Defenders: Choice of Evils, Showtime, 1998. Mary Jane (M. J.) Preston, The Defenders: Taking the First, Showtime, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Fewster's older daughter, Rollover, Warner Bros., 1981. Jonsy, The River Rat, Paramount, 1984. Stefanie "Stef Steinbrenner, The Goonies, Warner Bros., 1985. Emily Spellgood, Mosquito Coast, Warner Bros., 1986. A Life in the Day, 1986. Grace, Shy People, Cannon, 1987. Bryant, Stars and Bars (also known as Englishman in New York), Columbia, 1988. Laura, Another Woman, Orion, 1988. Lorna Phillips, Running on Empty, Warner Bros., 1988. Claudia Jacoby, Zwei Frauen (also known as Silence Like Glass), Anchor Bay, 1989. Julie Buckman-Lampkin Hawkes, Parenthood, Universal, 1989. Comicitis, 1989. Kelly King, Stanley and Iris, Metro-Go I dwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1990. Samantha Stigg (title role), Samantha, Academy Entertainment, 1991. A Blink of Paradise, 1991. Alison, Josh and S.A.M., New Line Cinema, 1993. Herself, My Life's in Turnaround, Arrow Video, 1993. Sofie, Inside Monkey Zetterland (a\so known as Monkey Zetterland), IRS Releasing, 1993. Earlene Pomerleau, The Beans of Egypt, Maine (also known as Forbidden Choices), LIVE Entertainment, 1994. Jane Grant, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (also known as Mrs. Parker and the Round Table), Fine Line, 1994. Chloe Garfield, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Rainbow Releasing, 1995. Herself, Who Is Henry Jaglom?, 1995. Ann, Colin Fitz, Baby Shark/River One Films, 1996. Jan, Beautiful Girls, Miramax, 1996. Laurie Campbell, I'm Not Rappaport, Gramercy, 1996. Stevie, I Shot Andy Warhol, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Ainsley DuPree, Eye of God, Castle Hill, 1997. Karen Swan, Music from Another Room, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Orion, 1998.

Television Appearances; Specials: Rhona, 'The Hand Me Down Kid," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1983. Host, Erase the Hate, USA Network, 1994. Herself, Independent's Day, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jessie Blake, "You've Got a Friend," Family Ties, NBC, 1985. Meg Corwin, "Humpty Dumpty," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1999. Meg Corwin, "The Peace of Wild Things," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1999. Meg Corwin, "Sins of the Fathers," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1999. Meg Corwin, "Truth and Consequences," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1999. Claire Rinato, "Denial," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU), NBC and USA Network, 2002. Stage Appearances: The Haggadah, Public Theatre, New York City, 1979. The Runaways, Public Theatre, 1979. Marina and the daughter of Antiochus, Pericles, Prince of Tyre, Estelle R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1991. Katie, The Great Unwashed, Malaparte Theatre Company, Theatre Row Theatre, New York City, 1994. Sooze, "SubUrbia," A Festival of New American Plays, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1994. Elizabeth Barry, The Libertine, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago, 1995-1996. Sofya Alexandrovna, Uncle Vanya, Bagley Wright Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1996-1997. Pegeen Mike, The Playboy of the Western World, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, 1998.

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Laura Wingfield, The Glass Menagerie, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, 1998-1999. Hedda Gabler, Chicago, 2001. Maggie Hobson, Hobson's Choice, Atlantic Theatre Company, New York City, 2002.

Career: Actress. Liz Claiborne Cosmetics, spokesmodel; previously worked as a model and trained as a gymnast. Sometimes credited as Jamie Pressly.

Also appeared in The Heidi Chronicles and The Sisters Rosensweig, both Seattle Repertory Theatre; and in Blue Light and Robbers.

Periodicals: Celebrity Sleuth, Volume 11, number 4, 1998, pp. 4041. Current Biography, April, 2002, pp. 66-69. Velocity, October, 1998, pp. 16-19.

Film Appearances: Violet, Poison Ivy: The New Seduction, New Line Home Video, 1997. Allison Waite, The Journey: Absolution, Artist View Entertainment, 1997. Beth, girlfriend #1, Can't Hardly Wait, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Angel Zorzak, Ringmaster, Artisan Entertainment, 1998. C. J. Callum, Trash (also known as No Fear and Nobody's Children), 1999. Dottie, Coyote Moon (also known as Desert Heat and Inferno), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1999. Sandy Lake, Poor White Trash, Hollywood Independents, 2000. Cynthia, the goddess, 700 Girls, Dream Entertainment, 2000. Tricia, Tomcats, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Jill, Joe Dirt, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Claire, Ticker, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Priscilla, Not Another Teen Movie (also known as Sex Academy), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Tina, Demon Island (also known as Pinata: Survival Island), First Look Home Entertainment, 2002. Ashley Wi I kens, Unleashed, 2002. Footprints, 2002.

POWERS, Hunt See BETTSJack

Television Appearances; Series: Nikki Lang, Push, ABC, 1998. Guest regular, Hollywood Squares, syndicated, 1998. Audrey Griffin, Jack & Jill, The WB, 1999.

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Stage Work; Director: Absolution, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago, 2001.

RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared in the music video "The Goonies V Good Enough," by Cyndi Lauper.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Movies: Pre-teen American girl, Mercenary, HBO and Cinemax, 1997. Sally, Against the Law, Showtime, 1997. Karen Kroll, Best Actress, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Charlie, The Johnny Chronicles, 2002.

PRESSLY, Jaime 1977(Jamie Pressly)

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Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, 28th Annual American Music Awards, 2001. The 2001 Billboard Music Awards, Fox, 2001. Host, Hips, Lips & Gender Benders: MTV History of Sex, MTV, 2001. Cohost, MTV's New Year's Eve 2002, MTV, 2002.

Full name, Jaime Lynn Pressly; born July 30, 1977, in Kinston, NC; mother, a dance instructor; married Brodie Mitchell, 1998. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Rocklin Management, 8265 Sunset Blvd., Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90046. Publicist—Tencer & Associates PR, 9777 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 504, Beverly Hills, CA90212.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Kara Delaney, "Teacher's Pet," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1998.

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"Double Vision/' Night Man, The Disney Channel, 1998. Mika, "Quan Chi/' Mortal Kombat: Conquest, syndicated and TNT, 1998. Mika, "Flawed Victory," Mortal Kombat: Conquest, syndicated and TNT, 1999. Mika, "Festival of Death," Mortal Kombat: Conquest, syndicated and TNT, 1999. Herself, The Howard Stern Show, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Kylie Guartz, "This Year's Model," Going to California, Showtime, 2001. My lie, "A Witch's Tail: Parts 1 & 2," Charmed, The WB, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Bagboy, Express: Aisle to Glory, 1998. Voice of Treacheron, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: Return of the Magna Defender, 1999. Voices of DemiVeemon, Veemon, and pizza guy, Digimon: The Movie (animated; also known as Digimon: Digital Monsters and Digimon: Digital Monsters: The Movie), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Treacheron, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Fox, 1999. Voice of DemiDevimon, Digimon: Digital Monsters (animated; also known as Digimon 02, Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3], Fox, 1999-2000. Voices of Ken Ichijouji, Digimon Emperor, Veemon, and DemiVeemon, Digimon: Digital Monsters (animated; also known as Digimon 02, Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3], Fox, 2000-2001. Voice of Impmon and Beezlemon, Digimon: Digital Monsters (animated; also known as Digimon 02, Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3), Fox, 2001—. Voice of Mondo Oooya, Mon Colle Knights (animated), 2001. Voice of Grumblemon and Gigasmon, Digimon Frontier (animated), 2002—.

Also appeared as host, The Lowdown. RECORDINGS Music Videos: Marilyn Manson, "Tainted Love," 2002. Aerosmith, "Girls of Summer," 2002. Also appeared in Dave Matthews Band's "The Space Between."

PRINCE, Derek Stephen 1969PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: 240 Robert, c. 1979. Fireman #2, "Happy New Year," ER, NBC, 1995. Tuba, "Driving School," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1995. Voice of Fish Face, "Hexuba's Graveyard," Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (animated), Fox, 1999. Voice of Damion Karakas, "On Your Marks," Profiler, NBC, 2000. Voice of Jetara, "Something to Fight For," Power Rangers Time Force, Fox, 2001. Voice of Tire Org, "Ancient Awakening," Power Rangers Wild Force, Fox, 2002.

Born February 5, 1969, in Los Angeles, CA. Education: Studied musical theatre at Carnegie Mellon University; studied voice acting at the Screen Actors Guild Conservatory; also studied to be a Microsoft Certified Systems Expert. Avocational Interests: Computer games. Addresses: Agent—Tisherman Agency, 6767 Forest Lawn Dr., #101, Los Angeles, CA 90068. Career: Actor and voice-over artist.

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Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) One Is a Lonely Number (also known as Two Is a Happy Number), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. (As Kathy Quinlan) Peg, American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. Wendy, Lifeguard, Paramount, 1976. Julie, Airport '77, Universal, 1977. Deborah Blake, / Never Promised You a Rose Garden, New World, 1977. Nightmare in Blood (also known as Horror Convention), 1978. Nancy McAllister/Marie Adamson, The Promise (also known as Face of a Stranger), Universal, 1979. Sister Rita, The Runner Stumbles, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1979. Laurie, Sunday Lovers (also known as An Englishman's Home, Les seducteurs, and / seduttori delta Domenica), United Artists, 1981. Janet Dunn, Hanky Panky (also known as Traces), Columbia, 1982. Mary Ann Taylor, Independence Day (also known as Follow Your Dreams), Warner Bros., 1982. Helen Foley, "It's a Good Life!/' Twilight Zone: The Movie, Warner Bros., 1983. Joyce, The Last Winter (also known as Ha-choref ha'acharon), 1984. Joanie Morse, Warning Sign, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Grace Freemont, Man Outside, Virgin, 1987. Jane, Wild Thing, Atlantic, 1987. Leona Hart, Clara's Heart, Warner Bros., 1988. Nancy Shoemaker, Sunset, TriStar, 1988. Patricia Kennealy, The Doors, TriStar, 1991. Wanda, Trial by Jury, Warner Bros., 1994. Melanie Bauers, Perfect Alibi (also known as Where's Mommy Now), Rysher Entertainment, 1995. Marilyn Lovell, Apollo 13, Universal, 1995.

PERSONAL Full name, Kathleen Denise Quinlan; born November 19, 1954, in Pasadena, CA; daughter of Robert (a television sports director) and Josephine (a military supply supervisor) Quinlan; married second husband, Bruce Abbott (an actor), April 12, 1994; children: Dalton (stepson), Tyler. Avocational Interests: Surfing. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Chuck Binder, Binder and Associates, 1465 Lindacrest Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—Rona Menashe, Guttman Associates Public Relations, 118 South Beverly Dr., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Trained as a gymnast and a diver. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture drama, 1978, for / Never Promised You a Rose Garden; Discovery of the Year Award, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1977; Theatre World Award, 1979, for Taken in Marriage; Best Actress Award, Mystfest, 1985, for Blackout; Academy Award nomination, best actress, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actress in a motion picture, both 1996, for Apollo 13; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actress in a suspense film, 1998, for Breakdown. 235

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Mary Beth, Zeus and Roxanne, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1997. Amy Taylor, Breakdown, Paramount, 1997. Peters, Event Horizon, Paramount, 1997. Clare Stockard, Lawn Dogs, Strand Releasing, 1997. Anne Anderson, A Civil Action, Buena Vista, 1998. Serena Kamin, My Giant, Columbia, 1998.

Selina Linville, 'The Collision," The Waltons, CBS, 1976. "The Canary Sedan," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1986. Karen Wilson, "Fogbound," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, USA Network, 1988. Dr. Kate Delieb, "Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of My Life," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series: Lynn Holt, Family Law, CBS, 1999-2002.

Also appeared in Hollywood Squares, syndicated; 5forytime, PBS.

Television Appearances; Movies: Melissa, Can Ellen Be Saved? (also known as Children of God), ABC, 1974. Deborah Anders, Where Have All the People Gone?, NBC, 1974. Michelle, The Missing Are Deadly, ABC, 1975. Edith Evans, The Turning Point of Jim Malloy (also known as Gibbsville: The Turning Point of Jim Maitoy and John O'Hara's Gibbsville), NBC, 1975. Anne Benedict, The Abduction of Saint Anne (also known as They've Kidnapped Anne Benedict), ABC, 1975. Karen Brodwick, Little Ladies of the Night (also known as Diamond Alley), ABC, 1977. Rose Michaels, When She Says No, ABC, 1984. Chris Graham, Blackout, HBO, 1985. Lois Lee, Children of the Night, CBS, 1985. Sarah McAllister, Dreams Lost, Dreams Found, 1987. Mary Ann Marshall, Trapped, USA Network, 1989. Dr. Ginnie Betters, The Operation (also known as Bodily Harm), CBS, 1990. Lindsay Jarrett, Strays, USA Network, 1991. Hope Tyler, An American Story (also known as After the Glory), CBS, 1992. Bekka Stern, Stolen Babies, Lifetime, 1993. Kathy Rubicek, Last Light, Showtime, 1993. Kathy Waylan, "In the Lake of the Woods/' Hallmark Entertainment Presents, Fox, 1996.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Joyce Howell, Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974. Cass Donner, She's in the Army Now, ABC, 1981. Television Appearances; Specials: Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, UPN, 1998. American Graffiti: Then and Now, VH1, 1998. Prism Awards 2000, syndicated, 2000. Intimate Portrait: Dixie Carter, Lifetime, 2001. Al Pacino: Inside Out, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. API Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks, USA Network, 2002. Stage Appearances: Annie, Taken in Marriage, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1979. Accent on Youth, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1983. Tourvel, Les liaisons dangereuses, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1988-1989. Also appeared in Uncommon Women and Others, Los Angeles Stage Company. RECORDINGS Videos: Herself, Lost Moon: The Triumph of Apollo 13, 1996.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mollie, "Lightning/' Picture Windows (also known as Picture Windows: Language of the Heart), Showtime, 1995. Nanaline Duke, Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke, CBS, 1999.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Empire, March, 1998, pp. 62-63. People Weekly, February 14, 2000, p. 69. Variety, August 18, 1997, pp. 30-32.

Also appeared as Karen Freed, Tribeca, Fox. Television Appearances; Episodic: Janet, "Understanding," Emergency!, NBC, 1973. Janet Conforti, "Hush Now, Don't You Die," Kojak, 1974. Peggy Lynch, "Run Scared," Ironside, 1974. Selina Linville, "The Thoroughbred," The Waltons, CBS, 1974.

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QUINN Annibal Ramirez and Carlos Sanchez (The Jackal), The Assignment (also known as Jackal), Triumph Releasing, 1997. Kieran O'Day, This Is My Father, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Officer Gary Hal let, Practical Magic, Warner Bros., 1998. Paul Cooper, In Dreams (also known as Blue Vision), DreamWorks, 1999. Brian Sinclair, Music of the Heart, Miramax, 1999. Tom Bledsoe, Songcatcher, 1999, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Narrator, The Messiah XXI, Ndb TV, 2000. Nick Barren, Evelyn, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 2002. Joe O'Malley, Stolen Summer, Miramax, 2002.

cinematographer) and Paul Quinn (a director, producer, and writer); married Elizabeth Bracco (an actress), September, 1987; children: Ava, Mia. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ManagerDavid Seltzer, Industry Entertainment, 955 South Carrilo Dr., 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actor, director, and producer. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding actor in a miniseries or special, 1985, for An Early Frost; Theatre World Award, 1988, for A Streetcar Named Desire; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a comedy or romance, 1999, for Practical Magic; Special Jury Prize (with others), dramatic category, Sundance Film Festival, 2000, for Songcatcher.

Film Work: Co-executive producer, This Is My Father, Sony Pictures Classics, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Michael Pierson, An Early Frost, NBC, 1985. Chris Keller, "All My Sons," American Playhouse, PBS, 1987. Sam Paxton, Perfect Witness, HBO, 1989. Jonathan McEwan and James McEwan, Lies of the Twins, USA Network, 1991. Bob Finkbine, A Private Matter (also known as Miss Sherri and The Sherri Finkbine Story), HBO, 1992. Henry Morton Stanley, Forbidden Territory: Stanley's Search for Livingstone, ABC, 1997. Paul McCartney, Two of Us, VH1, 2000. Joe, See You in My Dreams, CBS, 2000. Miles Hendon, The Prince and the Pauper, Pay-PerView, 2000. Title role, Benedict Arnold (also known as Traitor: Benedict Arnold), Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Johnny Rourke, Reckless, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. Dez, Desperately Seeking Susan, Orion, 1985. Felipe, The Mission, Warner Bros., 1986. Richard "Stick" Montgomery, Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1987. Title role, Crusoe, Island Pictures, 1989. Nick, The Handmaid's Tale (also known as Die Geschichte der Dienerin), Cinecom International, 1990. Frankie McGuinness, The Lemon Sisters, Miramax,

1990. Jules Kaye, Avalon, TriStar, 1990. Martin Quarrier, At Play in the Fields of the Lord, Universal, 1991. Tom Casey, The Playboys, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Benny, Benny & Joon, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. Detective John Hallstrom, Blink, New Line Cinema, 1994. Captain Walton, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (also known as Frankenstein), TriStar, 1994. Alfred Ludlow, Legends of the Fall, TriStar, 1994. "John Boorman," Lumiere et compagnie (also known as Lumiere and Company and Lumiere y compania), Fox Lorber, 1995. Don Day, The Stars Fell on Henrietta, Warner Bros.,

Television Appearances; Specials: Journey to Survival (documentary), PBS, 1989. Narrator, Out of Ireland (documentary; also known as The Irish in America), PBS, 1994, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. The Great American History Quiz: Heroes and Villains, History Channel, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jeremy Bell, "The Passenger List," Night Visions, Fox, 2001.

1995.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Presenter, 14th Annual CableACE Awards, Lifetime, 1993. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1995.

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Television Appearances; Other: Voice, Baseball (miniseries; also known as The History of Baseball), PBS, 1994. Himself, Project Greenlight (series), HBO, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 1997, for Mad about You.

Stage Appearances: Eddie, Fool for Love, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1983. Frankie, A Lie of the Mind, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1985. Stanley Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1988.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Unfinished Business, American Film Institute, 1987. Barbara, A Taste of Hemlock, 1989. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Deborah, Class Action, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Dr. McCormick, Critters 4, New Line Cinema, 1991. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Helen Haley-1 B, A League of Their Own, 1992. Paula Simpson, Perfect Alibi (also known as Where's Mommy Now), 1995. Sergeant Kathleen Hardy, The Final Cut, Republic Entertainment, 1995. TV director, Woman on Top, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000. Lieutenant Colonel Grace Alexander, Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Made stage debut in The Man in 605, Chicago, IL; also appeared in Hamlet, Wisdom Bridge Theatre, Chicago; The Irish Hebrew Lesson; Scherazade; and The Trick. Stage Work; Director: Marathon '86, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1986. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Series: (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Dr. Leona Linowitz, Doctor Doctor, CBS, 1990-1991. Lisa Stemple, Mad about You, NBC, 1992-1999. Geri Zarias, Dellaventura, CBS, 1997.

Audio Books: The Postman Always Rings Twice, Random House Audiobooks, 1986. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Movies: Linda Keaton, Murder of Innocence, CBS, 1993. Sarah Kempner, Everything to Gain (also known as Barbara Taylor Bradford Trilogy: Everything to Gain), CBS, 1996.

Periodicals: Biography, July, 1999, pp. 44-48. Empire, Issue 77, 1995, p. 63. Elle, June, 1999, pp. 106-108, 110. Entertainment Weekly, August 23, 1996, p. 21. Movieline, October, 1994, p. 67. People Weekly, February 20, 1995, p. 90; November 18, 1996, p. 206; November 2, 1998, p. 160.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Limo driver, Something Is Out There, NBC, 1988. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lily, Putting It Together, CBS, 1995. Rebecca Arbiter, Morning Glory, S.C., CBS, 1996.

RAMSAY, Anne 1960(Anne Elizabeth Ramsay)

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Blues in the Night," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. Edna, "Halloween, Too," Night Court, NBC, 1985. Ensign Clancy, "Elementary, Dear Data," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1988. Wolf, CBS, 1989. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) "Teen Dreams," Hunter, NBC, 1989. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Ensign Clancy, "The Emissary," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1989.

PERSONAL Born September 11, 1960, in CA. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., theatre. Avocational Interests: logging, beach volleyball, Nintendo. Career: Actress and writer. Worked with Continuum (an acting group); appeared in television commercial for Nexium, 2001. 238

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news writer, reporter, and news director, 1954-59; KHOU-TV, Houston, news and public affairs director, 1960-61; CBS News, reporter and chief of Southwest Bureau, Dallas, TX, 1962, reporter and chief of Southern Bureau, New Orleans, LA, 1963, White House correspondent, 1964 and c. 1966-74, member of news team covering national political conventions, 1964—, chief of London bureau, c. 1965, correspondent in Vietnam and chief of Saigon bureau, 1965-66, anchor at Midwest desk for national election coverage, 1972-80; Associated Press, reporter, 1951-52; United Press International, reporter, 1953; worked as part-time writer and reporter for the Houston Chronicle and the Huntsville Item in the mid-1950s. Sam Houston State Teachers College (now Sam Houston State University), teacher of journalism, 1953-54; speaker on the lecture circuit. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, 1954.

Anne Kenner, "Aftermath/' DEA, 1990. Anne Kenner, "Under Presidential Seal/' DEA, 1990. (As Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) Lindsey Simmons, "Crazy/' Booker, Fox, 1990. Betsey Hockaday, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag/' Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Martha Corday, "The Midas Touch," Mysterious Ways, PAX, 2000. Claudia Giddeon, "Organ Grinder," C.S.L: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as CS./.), CBS, 2001. Roxy Behar, "The Eyes of Claire," Tucker, 2001. Nancy, "With a Little Help from My Friend," Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2001. Nancy, "Intensive Caring," Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2001. Nancy, "Sexual Healing," Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2001. Nancy, "Without Reservations," Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2001. Also appeared in episodes of A Year in the Life, NBC, and Duet, Fox.

Member: Sigma Delta Chi.

Stage Appearances: Waiting, Continuum, 1987.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in coverage of special events, 1969, for coverage of the Democratic National Convention and surrounding events for the CBS network; Emmy Award (with Walter Cronkite, Daniel Schorr, and Joel Blocker), outstanding achievement within regularly scheduled news programs, 1972, for coverage of the Watergate affair, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite; Emmy Award (with Cronkite, David Dick, and Roger Mudd), outstanding achievement within regularly scheduled news programs, 1973, for coverage of the shooting of Governor George Wallace, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding achievement within regularly scheduled news programs, 1974, for "The Agnew Resignation/' CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding achievement in coverage of special events, 1974, for Watergate: The White House Transcripts; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding documentary program achievement in current events, 1974, for CBS News Special Report: The Senate and the Watergate Affair; Emmy Awards, outstanding news program and program segment, both 1980, for 60 Minutes; Emmy Award, outstanding background or analysis of a single current story segment, 1983, for "The Computers Are Coming," CBS Evening News with Dan Rather; Emmy Award, outstanding coverage of a continuing news story segment, 1984, for CBS Evening News with Dan Rather; Emmy Award, outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story, 1985, for CBS Evening News with Dan Rather; Emmy Awards, outstanding correspondence, 1987, for The Battle for Afghanistan and "Inside Afghanistan," correspondence on CBS; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding program achievement, 1987, for The Soviet Union: Seven Days in May; Emmy Awards, outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story and outstanding interview or

WRITINGS Stage Plays: (With others) Waiting, Continuum, 1987.

RATHER, Dan 1931PERSONAL Full name, Daniel Irvin Rather, Jr.; born October 31, 1931, in Wharton, TX; son of Daniel Irvin (an oil pipeline worker) and Byrl (a waitress; maiden name, Page) Rather; married Jeannine Grace Goebel (a painter; name also cited as Jean Gobel and Jean Goebel), c. 1957; children: Dawn Robin Rather Murray, Daniel "Danjack" Martin. Education: Sam Houston State Teachers College (now Sam Houston State University), B.A. (journalism), 1953; attended University of Houston Law School, 1957-59, and South Texas School of Law, 1959. Politics: Independent. Religion: Protestant. Avocational Interests: Watching basketball games, playing tennis, fishing, studying sculpture. Addresses: Office—CBS News, 524 West 57th St., New York, NY 10019-2985. Agent— N. S. Bienstock, 1740 Broadway, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10019. Career: Television news anchor, reporter, and writer. KSAM-Radio, Huntsville, TX, news writer, reporter, and sportscaster, 1950-54; KTRH-Radio, Houston, TX,

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interviewer(s), 1989, for 48 Hours; Emmy Award, outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story, 1990, for 48 Hours; Emmy Award, outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story, 1991, for CBS Evening News with Dan Rather; Emmy Award, outstanding coverage of a continuing news story, 1992, for 48 Hours; Emmy Awards, outstanding coverage of a single breaking news story and outstanding coverage of a continuing news story, 1993, for 48 Hours; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story, 1996, "America's Mission/' 48 Hours; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding investigative journalism, 1996, for Legacy of Shame; Emmy Award (with others), special classification for news and documentary program achievement, 1996, for In the Killing Fields of America; Emmy Award, outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story in a regularly scheduled broadcast, 1996, for coverage of the funeral of Israeli Prime Minister Rabin; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding general coverage of a single breaking news story, 1997, for "The Citadel," 48 Hours; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding instant coverage of a single breaking news story in a regularly scheduled newscast, 1998, for "Death of a Princess"; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding background or analysis of a single current story, 1998, for "Perfect Match"; Excellence in Journalism Award, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1998; Joseph M. Quinn Award, Greater Los Angeles Press Club, journalistic excellence and distinction, 2001; American Veteran Award, 2001; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, Henry W. Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia; National Headliners Award; Overseas Press Club of America Award; Distinguished Achievement for Broadcasting Award, Journalism Alumni Association, University of Southern California; Emmy Award nominations for CBS Evening News with Dan Rather; the Dan Rather Communications Building at Sam Houston State University was named in his honor.

Television Appearances; Specials: CBS News Special Report: The Senate and the Watergate Affair, CBS, 1973. Watergate: The White House Transcripts, CBS, 1973. Reporter, The Best Congress Money Can Buy, CBS, 1975. Anchor, Campaign '84, CBS, 1984. Anchor and chief correspondent, AIDS Hits Home, CBS, 1986. Anchor and chief correspondent, 48 Hours on Crack Street, CBS, 1986. Anchor and correspondent, Campaign '86: Election Night, CBS, 1986. Anchor, Catholics in America, CBS, 1987. Anchor and chief correspondent, The Soviet Union: Seven Days in May, CBS, 1987. Correspondent, The Battle for Afghanistan, CBS, 1987. Anchor, Campaign '88: The Democratic Convention, CBS, 1988. Anchor, Campaign '88: The Republican Convention, CBS, 1988. Anchor, Campaign '88: Election Night, CBS, 1988. Anchor, Four Days in November: The Assassination of President Kennedy, CBS, 1988. Correspondent, The Wall Within, CBS, 1988. JFK—A Time Remembered, PBS, 1988. Anchor, 48 Hours: Return to Crack Street, CBS, 1989. Anchor, The Moon Above, the Earth Below, CBS, 1989. Anchor, Presidential Inauguration, CBS, 1989. Host, CBS News Special: Lucy, CBS, 1989. Anchor, William S. Paley: Tribute to a Broadcasting Giant, CBS, 1990. Panelist, Hard Drugs, Hard Choices, PBS, 1990. A Day with Dan Rather, PBS, 1990. Edward R. Murrow: This Reporter, PBS, 1990. Setting the Summit, CBS, 1990. Dangerous Assignments, PBS, 1991. Anchor, America on the Line, CBS, 1992. Anchor, Eye on Earth, CBS, 1992. Anchor, Malcolm X: The Real Story (also known as The Real Malcolm X), CBS, 1992. See How They Run, El Entertainment Television, 1992. Watergate: The Secret Story, 1992. Anchor, Who Killed JFK: The Final Chapter? (also known as Who Killed JFK? Facts Not Fiction), CBS, 1993. November 22, 1993: Where Were You? A Larry King Special Live from Washington, The Nashville Network, 1993. Schwarzkopf in Vietnam: A Soldier Returns, CBS, 1993. 60 Minutes ... 25 Years, CBS, 1993. Anchor, When America Trembled—Murrow/McCarthy, CBS, 1994. Anchor and correspondent, Legacy of Shame, CBS, 1995. Anchor and reporter, Faith and Politics: The Christian Right, CBS, 1995. Anchor and reporter, Victory in the Pacific, CBS, 1995. Coanchor, In the Killing Fields of America, CBS, 1995.

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I Remember, CBS, 1997. Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Ann Richards, Lifetime, 1998. "Walter Cronkite: Eyewitness to History," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Lesley StahI, Lifetime, 1999. Guest host, Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2000. Himself, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 2001. Intimate Portrait: Paula Zahn, Lifetime, 2002.

New York anchor, State of the Union: The President, the Congress, and You, CBS, 1995. Anchor, Stafe of the Union Address: The President, the Congress, and You, CBS, 1996. Anchor, Campaign '96: New Hampshire Primary, CBS,

1996. Anchor, Campaign '96: Super Tuesday, CBS, 1996. Anchor, 7996 Democratic National Convention, CBS, 1996. Anchor, 7996 Republican National Convention, CBS,

1996. Anchor, Election Night '96, CBS, 1996. Anchor, Incredible Journey: A Decade of "48 Hours,"

Appeared in episodes of other series, including another episode of The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS.

CBS, 1996. Anchor, The Last Revolutionary, CBS, 1996. Anchor and reporter, The Gulf War + 5, CBS, 1996. Host, anchor, and correspondent, Smithsonian Fantastic Journey (three specials), CBS, 1996. The People and the Power Game, PBS, 1996. Correspondent, The Class of 2000, CBS, 1997. All-Star Moms, CBS, 1997. 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Golden Anniversary, HBO, 1997. Hollywood and the News, American Movie Classics,

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 10th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, The Disney Channel, 1994. Narrator, The 7996 Horatio Alger Awards, PBS, 1996. American Veteran Awards, History Channel, 2001. Television Work; Series: (Coeditor) 60 Minutes, CBS, 1975-1981. (Coeditor) Who's Who, CBS, 1977. (Executive producer and managing editor) CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, CBS, 1981—.

1997. Anchor, John Glenn: Return to Space, CBS, 1998. Anchor, Leaders and Revolutionaries (also known as Leaders and Revolutionaries: People of the Century: CBS News/Time 700), CBS, 1998. Guest host, CBS: The First 50 Years, CBS, 1998. Host, Unspoiled Country, The Nashville Network,

Film Appearances: Presenter, Man on the Moon, 1989. Himself (in archive footage), The Panama Deception (documentary), Empowerment Project, 1992. Himself, The Last Party, 1993. Himself (in archive footage), The Trials of Henry Kissinger (documentary), First Run, 2002.

1998. API's WO Years ... 100 Movies, CBS, 1998. 60 Minutes at 30, CBS, 1998. We Were There: CBS News at 50, CBS, 1998. Anchor, Person of the Century: CBS News/Time 100, CBS, 1999. Monica: The Untold Story, E! Entertainment Television,

Radio Appearances: Anchor, Dan Rather Reporting (series), CBS, beginning in 1981. Cohost, Solutions to Violence: An Eye on Education (special), KYW-3 (Philadelphia, PA), 1999.

1999. Anchor, Election Night 2000, CBS, 2000. Panelist, Disconnected: Politics, the Press, and the Public: A Fred Friendly Seminar, PBS, 2000. Kids Pick the Issues, Nickelodeon, 2000. Votefest 2000, MTV, 2000. Breaking the News, CBS, 2001. What Was That About? The Weird (but True) Story of Election 2000, Nickelodeon, 2001.

RECORDINGS Audiobooks: The American Dream: Stories from the Heart of Our Nation, Harper Audio, 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself (in archive footage), Cold War, Cable News Network, 1998.

WRITINGS Television Appearances; Episodic: The Presidency and the Constitution, 1987. "Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. The Class of the 20th Century, CBS, 1992.

Teleplays; Specials: Schwarzkopf in Vietnam: A Soldier Returns, CBS, 1993. Who Killed JFK: The Final Chapter? (also known as Who Killed JFK? Facts Not Fiction), CBS, 1993. 241

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When America Trembled—Murrow/McCarthy, CBS, 1994. Faith and Politics: The Christian Right, CBS, 1995. Legacy of Shame, CBS, 1995. Victory in the Pacific, CBS, 1995. The Last Revolutionary, CBS, 1996. The Class of 2000, CBS, 1997. Leaders and Revolutionaries (also known as Leaders and Revolutionaries: People of the Century: CBS News/Time 100), CBS, 1998.

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PERSONAL Born March 15, 1969, in New York, NY; daughter of Tina Raver; stepdaughter of Chris Meltesen; married Manuel Boyer (a filmmaker), July, 2000; children: one. Education: Boston University, B.F.A. (acting), 1991; studied drama with Wynn Handman. Avocational Interests: Running, yoga, family activities.

Nonfiction: (With Gary Paul Gates) The Palace Guard, Harper (New York City), 1974. (With Mickey Herskowitz) The Camera Never Blinks: Adventures of a TV Journalist (autobiography), Morrow (New York City), 1977. (With Peter Wyden) Memoirs: I Remember, Houghton Mifflin (Boston, MA), 1991, published as / Remember: Growing Up in Texas/ Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1992. (With Herskowitz) The Camera Never Blinks Twice: The Further Adventures of a Television Journalist, Morrow, 1994. (Editor) Mark Sullivan, Our Times: America at the Birth of the Twentieth Century, Scribner (New York City), 1995. Deadlines and Datelines: Essays at the Turn of the CenWry (collected columns), Morrow, 1999. Pearls of Wisdom from Grandma, HarperCollins, 1999. The American Dream: Stories from the Heart of Our Nation, Harper, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Sesame Street, PBS, c. 1975-1978. Clarissa Devlin McCallister, Trinity, NBC, 1998. Kimberly "Kim" Zambrano, Third Watch, NBC, 1999—. Television Appearances; Episodic: Deanne Landers, "Episode 2," Central Park West (also known as CPU/), CBS, 1995. Deanne Landers, "Episode 3," Central Park West (also known as CPU/), CBS, 1995. Wendy Karmel, "Homesick," Law & Order, NBC, 1996. Jeannie, "My Life Is a Soap Opera," Spin City, ABC, 1997. Victoria Keenan, "Reasonable Doubts," The Practice, ABC, 1997. Kim Zambrano, "Brothers and Sisters," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 2002.

Author of a weekly syndicated newspaper column, "Part of Our World/' Contributor to periodicals, including the Houston Chronicle, Huntsville Item, and Newsday. OTHER SOURCES

Books:

Television Appearances; Pilots: Deanne Landers, Central Park West (also known as CPVV), CBS, 1995. Dr. Joanne Kincade, Soul Mates, Fox, 1997.

5f. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000.

Periodicals: American Journalism Review, May, 1998, p. 36. Broadcasting & Cable, January 5, 1998, p. 26. New York, September 28, 1998, pp. 42-48. Parade, June 27, 1999, p. 14. People Weekly, October 17, 1994, p. 33; August 9, 1999, p. 141. Texas Monthly, October, 1997, p. 28. TV Guide, November 24, 2001, pp. 36-37, 67.

Television Appearances; Other: Linda, Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills (movie), 1994. Herself, Christmas in Rockefeller Center (special), NBC, 2001. Film Appearances: City Hall, Columbia, 1996. Kashia, Martin & Orloff, Belladonna Productions/Cineblast Productions, 2002.

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Attorney at party, Frankie and Johnny, Paramount, 1991. Shelly, Ted and Venus, Double Helix Films, 1991. Betty "Betty Spaghetti" Horn-LF, A League of Their Own, Columbia, 1992. Frame by Frame, 1993. Mary Haise, Apollo 13 (also known as Apollo 13: The IMAX Experience), MCA/Universal, 1995. Anita, That Thing You Do!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Scorsese assistant, With Friends Like These ... , Miramax, 1998. Michelle, The Other Sister, Buena Vista, 1999. (Uncredited) Fan at baseball game, Never Been Kissed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Mrs. Parker, Straight Right, 2000. Dr. Fritzi Haller, The New Women, 2001. Press secretary Spencer, The Princess Diaries, Buena Vista, 2001. Nurse, Riding in Cars with Boys, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Julia Seton, Holiday, Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1995-1996. The Glimmer Brothers, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1999. Appeared in Celebrating Shakespeare, Noises Off, and Twelfth Night, all with the Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA; also appeared in The Grand Guginol III, Nat Home Theatre, New York City. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: InStyle, July, 2002, pp. 232-40. Electronic: NBC.com, http://www.nbc.com, October 30, 1998.

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Television Appearances; Series: Betty Horn, A League of Their Own, CBS, 1993.

PERSONAL Television Appearances; Pilots: Dockside innocent, Partners in Life, CBS, 1990.

Original name, Tracy Henry; born 1964, in NM; daughter of Michael Henry and Penny Marshall (an actress and director); took name of Marshall's second husband, Rob Reiner (an actor and director).

RHOADES, Michael

Career: Actress and producer. PERSONAL CREDITS

Career: Actor. Film Appearances: Polly, The Flamingo Kid, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Alison's friend, The Sure Thing, Embassy Pictures Corp., 1985. Young saleswoman, Nothing in Common, TriStar, 1986. Page's secretary, Jumpin'Jack Flash, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1986. Test market researcher, Big, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Thornburg's assistant, Die Hard, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1988. Department store clerk, Beaches (also known as Forever Friends), Buena Vista, 1988. Emily, When Harry Met Sally ..., Columbia, 1989. Marjorie, New Year's Day, Rainbow Releasing, 1989. Lucrecia, Masque of the Red Death (also known as Edgar Allan Foe's Masque of the Red Death), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1989. Woman at car, Pretty Woman, Buena Vista, 1990.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Hood in balloon, Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, Warner Bros., 1987. Small ponytail, Renegades, Universal, 1989. Dave, Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives!, Scotti Brothers Pictures, 1989. Mansion guard #2, F/X2 (also known as F/X2: The Deadly Art of Illusion and FX2), Orion, 1991. Lucky, Lulu, Alliance, 1996. Detective Garrow, Vanished, Cloud Ten Pictures, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Donny Double D, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993.

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Television Appearances; Movies: In the Eyes of a Stranger, Showtime, 1992. Finnerty, Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story, HBO, 1992. Jason, Bonds of Love, CBS, 1993. Darrell Holland, Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story (also known as Shattered Trust), NBC, 1993. Sergeant Wallet, Rapture, syndicated, 1993. Lyle Fingerhut, To Save the Children, CBS, 1994. Dwayne Holtz, Black Fox: The Prince of Peace, CBS, 1995. Schippers, Sugartime, HBO, 1995. Dwayne, Shadow Zone: The Undead Express, Showtime, 1996. Tad, ties He Told, ABC, 1997. Officer Anderson, Any Mother's Son, Lifetime, 1997. Taylor, Johnny 2.0, Sci-Fi Channel, 1997. Reporter, Joe Torre: Curveballs along the Way, Showtime, 1997. George, Aldrich Ames: Traitor Within, Showtime, 1998. Detective Harry Moore, Ultimate Deception (also known as Ultimate Betrayal), USA Network, 1999. Dr. Allen, God's New Plan (also known as No Higher Love), ABC, 1999. Victor Vouhdum, Ricky Nelson: Original Teen Idol, VH1, 1999. Jim Davis, Finding Buck McHenry, Showtime, 2000. Bobby McCullough, Who Killed Atlanta's Children? (also known as Echo of Murder), Showtime, 2000. Karl Mannheim, Possessed, Showtime, 2000. Final Jeopardy, ABC, 2001. Tommy, Sins of the Father, F/X, 2002.

Also appeared as Carroway, "Mirrors of the Soul," The Campbells; Agent Stern, Secret Service; Ian del Amo, "Deep Cover," Tekwar.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mr. Skelly, Family Pictures, ABC, 1993. Leslie Bennett, Million Dollar Babies, CBS, 1994. Sergeant George Grass, Thanks of a Grateful Nation, Showtime, 1998. Stan Hopewell, Storm of the Century (also known as Stephen King's Storm of the Century), ABC, 1999. Bernard Segal, The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, NBC, 1999. Busby Berkeley, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, ABC, 2001. Jimmy Rawlins, Widows, ABC, 2002.

RIBISI, Marissa1974(?)PERSONAL Full name, Santina Marissa Ribisi; born December 17, 1974 (some sources say March 31, 1976), in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Al and Gay (a manager and producer; maiden name, Landrum) Ribisi; twin sister of Giovanni Ribisi (an actor); sister of Gina (a voice actress). Religion: Scientologist.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Malcolm Cage, Mad Avenue, CBS, 1988. Long Island Fever, ABC, 1996.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Ribisi Entertainment, 3278 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 702, Los Angeles, CA 90010. Publicist— Nancy lannios PR, 8225 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Robert Briggs, "Confession/' Street Legal, CBC, 1989. "Fatal Obsession," Katts and Dog, CTV and The Family Channel, 1989. Martin Lecross, "Night Creatures," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1989. Ray Pierce, "Hate on Your Dial," Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1989.

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Astrid, "Drawing the Line: Part 1," Felicity, The WB, 1998. Denise, "Drugs/' Trace/ Takes On ..., HBO, 1999. Denise, "Erotica," Trace/ Takes On ..., HBO, 1999. Celebrity contestant—blue team, "Daytona Beach, Florida: Parts 4, 5, and 6," Search Party, E! Entertainment Television, 2000.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Cynthia Dunn, Dazed and Confused, Universal, 1993. Holly, The Brady Bunch Movie, Paramount, 1995. Charlotte, Kicking and Screaming, Trimark, 1995. Rita, Not Again!, 1995. Lizzie, The Size of Watermelons, Norstar Entertainment, 1996. Jenise, Dinner and Driving, 1997. Erin, Changing Habits, A-pix Entertainment, 1997. Babs, Looking for Lola, Nu Image, 1998. Claire, Some Girl (also known as Girl Talk and Men), Scanbox Entertainment, 1998. Kimmy, Pleasantville, New Line Cinema, 1998. Dakota, Wild Horses (also known as Lunch Time Special), 1998. Amy Wilson, murder victim, True Crime, Warner Bros., 1999. Dora, the smart girl, 700 Girls, Dream Entertainment Inc., 2000. Don's Plum, Trust Film Sales, 2001. Lip Service, Artist View Entertainment, 2001. Wendy, According to Spencer (also known as Garage Sale), 2001.

Also appeared as herself, Fun House, Fox and syndicated. WRITINGS Screenplays: Some Girl (also known as Girl Talk and Men), 1998. According to Spencer (also known as Garage Sale), 2001.

RICHTER, Jason James 1980PERSONAL Born January 29, 1980, in Medford, OR; raised in Honolulu, HI; son of Greg (in U.S. Navy) and Sandy (an actress) Richter. Avocational Interests: Body surfing, electric guitars.

Television Appearances; Series: Shari Hammel, Grown Ups, UPN, 1999-2000. Television Appearances; Movies: Joanie Dubois, Reform School Girl, Showtime, 1994. Fiona, Encino Woman (also known as California Woman), ABC, 1996. Angie, The Patron Saint of Liars, CBS, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor. Began appearing in commercials at age three.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Receptionist, Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City), PBS, 1993.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award, best youth actor leading role in a motion picture drama, MTV Movie Award nomination, best breakthrough performance, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best kiss (with Willy), all 1994, for Free Willy.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Lucy Grover, Roadie, ABC, 1996. Hollywood Confidential, UPN, 1997.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Ginger, "Shell Get Over It," My Two Dads, NBC, 1988. Paula, "Old Friends," Baywatch, NBC, 1990. Shelley Sullivan, "Valentine's Day," Grace under Fire, ABC, 1994. Annie, "The Replacements," Cybill, CBS, 1995. Betsy, "The One with the Flashback," Friends, NBC, 1996. Teresa, "Enjoy Your Haddock," Union Square, NBC,

Film Appearances: Jesse, Free Willy, Warner Bros., 1993. Kevin Robberson, Cops and Robbersons, TriStar, 1994. Bastian Balthazar Bux, The Neverending Story III: Escape from Fantasia (also known as The Neverending Story III, Neverending Story III: Return to Fantasia, and Die Unendliche Ceschichte III—Rettung aus Phantasien), Miramax, 1994. Jesse, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Warner Bros., 1995.

1997. Angie, "Smoking," Trace/ Takes On ..., HBO, 1998. Astrid, "Hot Objects," Felicity, The WB, 1998. 245

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Jesse, Free Willy 3: The Rescue, Warner Bros., 1997. Big bully, The Setting Son, PorchLight Entertainment, 1998. Wade, Ricochet River, Studio Home Entertainment,

Voice for animated series, including Cavekids and Sonic the Hedgehog, ABC and syndicated. Television Appearances; Episodic: Becky Randall, One West Waikiki, CBS, 1994. Little girl, Bless This House, CBS, 1995. Suspira, "Cold Fire," Star Trek—Voyager, UPN, 1996.

1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Zach, Laserhawk, Sci-Fi Channel, 1999.

Also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Chris Love, 'The Morning After," The Client, CBS, 1996. Dante, "Dante's Inferno," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1997.

Television Appearances; Movies: Sally Shine, "The Tower of Terror," Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: Appeared in Disney's Christmas on Ice Special, CBS.

Periodicals: People Weekly, August 14, 1995, p. 89.

Stage Appearances: Tina Denmark, Ruthless! The Musical, Canon Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, 1994. Mary Lennox, The Secret Garden, Riverside Civic Light Opera, and Candlelight Pavilion, Claremont, CA,

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1997. Also appeared as Tinkerbell, Peter Pan, Riverside Civic Light Opera; performed at Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles, and at the Hollywood Bowl; appeared as Molly, Annie Warbucks, pre-Broadway tour.

PERSONAL Full name, Lindsay Elizabeth Ridgeway; born June 22, 1985, in Riverside (some sources cite Loma Linda), CA. Education: Studied acting at Center Stage, Los Angeles; studied tap, jazz, and ballet dancing; studied voice with Kevin McDermott. Avocational Interests: Playing with her pet rabbits, in-line skating, swimming.

Film Appearances: Claire Landers, Daddy's Girl, Live Home Video, 1996. Singing voice of Darla Dimple, Cats Don't Dance (animated), Warner Bros., 1997. Playing Patti, 1998.

Career: Actress and singer. Appeared in television commercials, including appearances as a "Barbie" girl; singer of the national anthem at professional sporting events.

RECORDINGS Albums: A Broadway Christmas, Varese, 1994. Ruthless! The Musical, Varese, 1994. Lost in Boston, Vol. 3, Varese, 1995. "That's What I Want for Christmas," A Hollywood Christmas, Varese, 1996. Cats Don't Dance, Mercury, 1997.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Named best new discovery, Entertainment Today, 1994, and nominated for Robbie Award, both for Ruthless! The Musical; Youth in Film Award, best actress in a stage play, for Annie Warbucks.

Also performed for a recording of Peter Pan.

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ROBERTS, Tanya 1955PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Series: Member of Prank Patrol, America's Funniest People, ABC, 1990-1994. Morgan Matthews, Boy Meets World, ABC, 1995-2000.

Original name, Victoria Leigh Blum (some sources cite original name as Tanya Leigh); born October 15, 1955, in Bronx, NY; father, a seller of ink pens; sister of

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Television Appearances; Series: Julie Rogers, Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1980-1981. Rebecca, Hot Line, Cinemax, 1996. Midge Pinciotti, That '70s Show, Fox, 1998-2001.

Addresses: Agent—Arlene Thornton and Associates, 12001 Ventura PL, Suite 201, Studio City, CA 91604.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Denise, Zuma Beach, NBC, 1978. Sally, Pleasure Cove, NBC, 1979. Carol, Waikiki, ABC, 1980. Officer Britt Blackwell, Ladies in Blue (broadcast as an episode of Vega$), ABC, 1980. Velda, Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: Murder Me, Murder You (also known as Murder Me, Murder You), CBS, 1983.

Career: Actress. Arthur Murray Dance Studio, worked as dance instructor. Appeared in commercials, including ones for Ultra Brite toothpaste, Clairol hair products, and Cool Ray sunglasses; also worked as professional model. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Officer Britt Blackwell, "Golden Gate Cop Killer/' Vega$, ABC, 1980. Diane Dayton, "Green, But Not Jolly/Past Perfect Love/ Instant Family," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Miss Amanda Parsons, "Ghost Story/The Spoilers," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. Julie Reardon, "Who Killed Nick Hazard?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1994. Gallic Callahan, "Till Death Do Us Part," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. Rhonda Fogel, "Girl on the Run," High Tide, syndicated,

Film Appearances: Nancy Ulman, Forced Entry (also known as The Last Entry, The Last Victim, and The Last Weekend), Century International/Two Kodiak, 1975. April, The Yum-Yum Girls, 1976. Julia, Fingers, Brut, 1977. Stewardess, The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover, American International Pictures, 1978. Stephanie, California Dreaming, American International Pictures, 1979. Becky, Tourist Trap, Compass International Pictures, 1979. Bambi, Racquet, Cal-Am, 1979. Kiri, The Beastmaster (also known as Beastmaster—Der Befrefer), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. Angelica (Isabella), / paladini—Storia d'armi e d'amori (also known as Arms and Love, Hearts and Armour, Hearts in Armor, and Le armi e gli amor/), Warner Bros., 1983. Stacey Sutton, A View to a Kill, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1984. Title role, Sheena, Columbia, 1984. Candace Vander Vagen, Body Slam, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Carly Arnold, Purgatory, New Star Entertainment, 1989. Secretary, Twisted Justice, Borde Releasing, 1990. Nikki, Night Eyes (also known as Hidden View and Hidden Vision), Baldwin Entertainment, 1990. Lynn Foster, Inner Sanctum, Columbia, 1991. Rikki Rennick, Legal Tender (also known as Ladies Game), Prism Films, 1991. Linda Alderson, Almost Pregnant, 1992. Kay Egan, Sins of Desire, Cinetel Films, 1993. Charlotte, Deep Down, Imperial Entertainment, 1994. Herself, Inside "A View to a Kill," 2000.

1997. Inside TV Land, TV Land, 2000. The Test, FX, 2001. Guest, Pajama Party, Oxygen Network, 2000. "Mike & Liz & Chau & Jordan," Off Centre, The WB, 2002. Television Appearances; Other: Herself, Favorite Deadly Sins (movie; also known as National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins), Showtime, 1995. Investigating Tarzan (special), AMC, 1997. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Antigone and Picnic, both New York City productions; also appeared at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, New York City.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Regan Madsen, The Pandora Directive, Access Software, 1996. OTHER SOURCES

Film Work: Production coordinator, Twisted Justice, Borde Releasing, 1990. Associate producer, Sins of Desire, Cinetel Films, 1993.

Periodicals: Femme Fatales, May-June, 2001, pp. 38-39. People Weekly, December 4, 1995, p. 40. TV Guide, October 28, 2000, pp. 22-28. 247

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ROBILLARD, Kim 1955PERSONAL Full name, Kim L. Robillard; born June 16, 1955, in Birmingham, AL; son of Armand Joseph and Lucille (maiden name, Spillman) Robillard. Education: University of Western Kentucky, B.A., 1978. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Buddhist. Career: Actor. Tujunga Theatre Project, director, 1988-89. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lieutenant Rainey, Project X, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Small town doctor, Rain Man, United Artists, 1988. M.P. Mitchell, The Presidio (also known as The Presidio: The Scene of the Crime), Paramount, 1988. Air traffic controller, Always, United Artists, 1989. Road block soldier, Come See the Paradise, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Toothless cripple, Hook, TriStar, 1991. Peter Coca, Kuffs, Universal, 1992. Sheriff Stennis, Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer, 1992. Treasury jet pilot, Cliffhanger (also known as Cliffhanger—rultima sfida and Cliffhanger, traque au sommet), TriStar, 1993. Dr. Eugene Kaiser, Exquisite Tenderness (also known as Die Bestie im weissen Kittel, Exquisite Tenderness—Hoellische Qualen, and The Surgeon), A-pix Entertainment, 1994. Jefferson sporting goods clerk, The Fan, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Deputy Len Carver, Breakdown, Paramount, 1997. Motorman, Mercury Rising, MCA/Universal, 1998. Billy, Home Fries, Warner Bros., 1998. Jail officer, American Virgin (also known as Live Virgin), Sterling Home Entertainment, 2000. Jimmy Cannon, All, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001.

Also appeared as Carl, Deadly Games, UPN.

ROBINSON, James G. 1935PERSONAL Born December 16, 1935, in Baltimore, MD; father, a professional golfer; stepfather, an automobile mechanic; married; children: Michael, Patrick, Brian, David, Beth (some sources also cite a son Robert). Education: University of Maryland, degree in business. Addresses: Office—Morgan Creek Productions, 4000 Warner Blvd., Building 76, Burbank, CA 91522. Career: Producer and studio executive. International Pictures, Inc., founder, 1979, partner, 1979-86; Morgan Creek Productions, Burbank, CA, cofounder, 1988, chair and chief executive officer, 1988—. Founder of Morgan Creek International, 1989, Morgan Creek Music Group, 1990, and Morgan Creek Theatres and Morgan Creek International Theatres, both 1992. Subaru Mid-America (territorial automobile distributorship), owner, 1975-88; owned port processing centers for imported cars and trucks in Los Angeles and Baltimore, MD; also owned a trucking company; worked as a professional photographer.

Television Appearances; Movies: Sergeant Carter, Flight of Black Angel, Showtime, 1991. Sam "Stony" Gordon, Chrome Soldiers, USA Network, 1992. First hunter, Runaway Daughters, Showtime, 1994. Wes Aday, Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back, VH1, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Pete Lucas, "The Annihilator," Matlock, NBC, 1987. First military officer, "The Wrong Stuff—January 24, 1961," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. 248

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Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. Chasers, Warner Bros., 1994. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Warner Bros., 1994. Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (also known as Ace Ventura Goes to Africa), Warner Bros., 1995. Big Bully, Warner Bros., 1996. Two If by Sea (also known as Stolen Hearts), Warner Bros., 1996. Diabolique, Warner Bros., 1996. Bad Moon, Warner Bros., 1996. Wild America, Warner Bros., 1997. Incognito, Warner Bros., 1997. Major League: Back to the Minors and Major League III), Warner Bros., 1998. Wrongfully Accused (also known as Leslie Nielsen 1st Sehr Verdaechtig, Sehr Verdaechtig, and Unter Falschem Verdacht), Warner Bros., 1998. The King and I (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. Chill Factor, Warner Bros., 1999. The In Crowd, Warner Bros., 2000. American Outlaws, Warner Bros., 2001. Juwanna Mann, Warner Bros., 2002.

Awards, Honors: Named Marylander of the Year, 1994; named ShoWest Producer of the Year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1996. CREDITS Film Work; Executive Producer: The Stone Boy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. (With Stuart Cornfeld) Girls Just Want to Have Fun, New World, 1985. Where the River Runs Black, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1986. (With John Fusco) Young Guns, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1988. (With Joe Roth) Skin Deep, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. (With Roth, Ted Field, and Robert W. Cort) Renegades, Universal, 1989. (With Roth) Enemies, a Love Story, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1989. (With Fusco and David Nicksay) Young Guns II (also known as Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. (With Roth) Pacific Heights, Twentieth Century-Fox,

Also producer of Eye of the Tiger, Warner Bros.

1990. (With Roth) Nightbreed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. (With Roth) The Exorcist III (also known as The Exorcist III: Legion and William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist ///), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. (With Roth) Coupe de Ville, Universal, 1990. (With Nicksay and Gary Barber) Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. (With Nicksay and Barber) White Sands, Warner Bros., 1992. (With Nicksay and Barber) Stay Tuned, Warner Bros., 1992. The Last of the Mohicans, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. (With Nicksay and Barber) Freejack, Warner Bros., 1992. (With Barber, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, and Stanley Margolis) True Romance, Warner Bros., 1993. Soldier, Warner Bros., 1998.

Television Work; Executive Producer: The Rein-deer Hunter (animated), CBS, 1995. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (animated), CBS, 1996.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Forbes, January 23, 1989, p. 60. Hollywood Reporter, March 7, 1996, p. R1.

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Film Work; Producer: Grunt! The Wrestling Movie (documentary), TransAtlantic, 1985. Streets of Gold, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. (With Joe Roth) Dead Ringers, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Major League, Warner Bros., 1989. The Crush, Warner Bros., 1993. (With Chris Meledandri and Mark Gordon) Trial by Jury, Warner Bros., 1994. Silent Fall, Warner Bros., 1994. (With David S. Ward) Major League II, Warner Bros., 1994.

Career: Actress.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Casey, 48 Mrs., Paramount, 1982. Torchy's waitress, Brewster's Millions, Universal, 1985. Ms. Jessum, True Believer (also known as Fighting Justice), Columbia, 1989. Eating, International Rainbow, 1990. Donna Robbins, A Civil Action, Buena Vista, 1998.

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Mrs. Kramer, Hollow Man (also known as Hollow Man—Unsichtbare Gefahr), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2000. Television Appearances; Series: JoAnn Baker, Report to Murphy, CBS, 1982. Kelly Enright, He's the Mayor, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Second club act, Something So Right, CBS, 1982. Anita, Stranded, NBC, 1986. Caroline, A House of Secrets and Lies, CBS, 1992. Susan Parker, Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter (also known as Till Murder Do Us Part II), CBS, 1992. Marilyn Butler, From the Files of Joseph Wambaugh: A Jury of One, NBC, 1992. Agent McCormick, Dying to Love You (also known as Lethal White Female), CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Nancy Horst, Murder Ordained, CBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Specials: Getting Away with Murder: TheJonBenet Ramsey Story, Fox, 2000. Television Appearances; Pilots: Denise, Never Again, ABC, 1984. Lois, Chain Letter, ABC, 1989. Lisa Hubbard, Howie and Rose, ABC, 1991.

Also appeared in "Teddy Gets a Guru," The Famous Teddy Z, CBS; as local newscaster, "The Big Easy Episode," Mr. & Mrs. Smith, CBS; as Hillary Morgan, Jack's Place; as Mrs. Powell, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman; as Ms. Whitten, 413 Hope Street.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Katy Bambridge, "Heat Rash/' Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982. "David's Birthday," We Got It Made, 1983. Molly Jessup, "Almost Completely Out of Circulation," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. "Merry Wives of Sheinfeld: Part 1," E/R, CBS, 1985. Charlotte Lund, "Harry and Leon," Night Court, NBC, 1986. Charlotte Lund, "Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye," Night Court, NBC, 1986. Laurie, "Blue Lights," Starman, ABC, 1986. Charlotte Lund, "Halloween II: The Return of Leon," Night Court, NBC, 1986. Margaret Hudson, "And Baby Makes Two," Hotel, ABC, 1987. Mary Ressell, "The Baby Game," Hunter, NBC, 1988. "Loc'd Out: Parts 1 & 2," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989. Eline, "The Inner Light," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1992. Mrs. Askoff s attorney Cecily, "How Am I Driving?," LA. Law, NBC, 1994. Marie Colvin, "Be My, Be My Baby," Models Inc., Fox, 1994.

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PERSONAL Born January 21, 1968, in Winnetka (some sources cite Chicago), IL; daughter of Peter (a financial advisor) and Debbie (a ski instructor and sales representative) Ross. Education: Attended Stephens College; trained for the stage with Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Second City, both Chicago, IL; studied opera as a child with Ann Marie Baskin. Avocational Interests: Hiking, watching old movies. Addresses: Office—c/o NYPD Blue, Steven Bochco Productions, 10201 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035. Agent—Abrams Artists Agency, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1130, Los Angeles, CA 90069. 250

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Career: Actress. Appeared in more than two dozen commercials, including ones for Lilt home permanent kits, Bubble-Up, and American Health Association. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, volunteer; also supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Jane Goodall Institute. Awards, Honors: Daytime Emmy Award nominations, outstanding juvenile actress in a drama series, 1990, and outstanding younger actress in a drama series, 1991, both for Days of Our Lives; gold record, Recording Industry Association of America, for 'The Heights/' CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Eve Baron Donovan Deveraux, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL], NBC, 1987-1991. Hope Linden, The Heights, Fox, 1992. Bree Larson Buchanan, The Five Mrs. Buchanans, CBS, 1994. Dawn Delaney, Pauly, Fox, 1997. Fiona McCallister, Trinity, NBC, 1998. Lori Volpone, Beggars and Choosers, Showtime, 1999-2001. Detective Connie McDowell, NYPD Blue, ABC, 2001—. Television Appearances; Movies: Justine Essex, She Says She's Innocent (also known as Violation of Trust), NBC, 1991. Amanda Blake, A Kiss So Deadly, NBC, 1996. Ann Price, Fall into Darkness, NBC, 1996. Debbie, Looking for Lola, 1998. Megan Emerson, Kidnapped in Paradise (also known as Dark Wafers), Showtime, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Bree Larson Buchanan, The Five Mrs. Buchanans, CBS,

1994. Dawn Delaney, Pauly, Fox, 1997. Fiona McCallister, Trinity, NBC, 1998. Lori Volpone, Beggars and Choosers, Showtime, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials: International Swimsuit '91 with Elle Macpherson, NBC, 1991. Cohost, The 15th Annual Genesis Awards (also known as The 2001 Genesis Awards), Animal Planet, 2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Susan Peterson, A Will of Their Own, NBC, 1998. Film Appearances: Courtney's girlfriend, Touch and Go, Universal, 1986. Mandy, Savage Land, Hemdale Releasing, 1994. Mary Ann, Love and a .45, Trimark Pictures, 1994. Sue Ann, Foreign Student (also known as L'etudiant etranger), Gramercy, 1994. Stage Appearances: Appeared as Diana, A Chorus Line, Mizner Theatre; as Sarah, Class of 1990, Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles; as Ruth, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man on the Moon Marigolds, Mizner Theatre; as Trina, Forty Carats, Thwer Players Theatre; as Flora Dora Dean, Forty-five Minutes to Broadway, Mizner Theatre; as Charlotte, Growing Pains, Bowie Theatre; as Alais, The Lion in Winter, Woodlawn Theatre; as first lady, The Magic Flute, Woodlawn Theatre; as Irene, The Sisters, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA; and as Lana, Step on a Crack, Woodlawn Theatre. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Janet Sinclair, 'The Resentments/' Drexell's Class, Fox, 1992. Antoinette, "Sayonara," Empty Nest, NBC, 1992. Meredith, "Dicky's Got the Blues," Reasonable Doubts, NBC, 1991. Darlene, "Teacher Pets," Married... with Children, Fox,

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Electronic: Charlotte Ross, http://www.charlotteross.com, August 26, 2002.

ROWELL, Victoria 1960(?)CREDITS PERSONAL Television Appearances; Series: Nella Franklin, As the World Turns, CBS, 1988. Drucilla Barber "Dru" Winters, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 1990-1998, 2000, 2002—. Amanda Bentley, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1993-2001.

Full name, Victoria Lynn Rowell; born May 10, 1960 (some sources cite 1963), in Portland, ME; father's surname, Wilson; mother's name, Dorothy Rowell; foster daughter of Robert (a farmer) and Agatha C. Armstead; married Tom Fahey (an airline pilot), 1989 (divorced, 1990); children: (with Fahey) Maya; (with Wynton Marsalis, a musician) Jasper Armstrong Marsalis. Education: Attended School of American Ballet, Cambridge, MA, American Ballet Theatre School, New York City, and Dance Theatre of Harlem.

Television Appearances; Movies: Anna Dire, Full Eclipse, HBO, 1993. Special Prosecutor Yolanda Seeley, Secret Sins of the Father (also known as My Father's Son), NBC, 1994. One Red Rose, Showtime, 1995. Dr. Amanda Bentley, Diagnosis Murder: Deadly Mirage, CBS, 2001. Dr. Amanda Bentley, Diagnosis Murder: A Town without Pity (also known as A Town without Pity), CBS, 2002. Dr. Amanda Bentley, Diagnosis Murder: Without Warning (also known as Without Warning), CBS, 2002.

Addresses: Office—c/o The Young and the Restless, CBS-TV, 7800 Beverly Blvd., 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Contact—c/o Rowell Foster Children's Positive Plan, 5850 West Third St., Suite 178, Los Angeles, CA 90036-2860. Career: Actress and dancer. Worked as a ballet dancer with American Ballet Theatre, c. 1979-83, Twyla Tharp Workshop, and Ballet Hispanico of New York; guest teacher and resident at Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts and Roxbury Center of the Performing Arts, Roxbury, MA. Worked as a model; appeared in commercials for Burger King and McDonald's restaurants, AT&T telephone services, Oil of Olay beauty products, and other products. Rowell Foster Children's Fine Arts Scholarship Fund (also known as Rowell Foster Children's Positive Plan), founder, 1990; Foster Youth Connection, chair; Child Welfare League of America, lobbyist and spokesperson, beginning 1992; Casey Family Services, national spokesperson; affiliated with Camp to Belong, Highlands Ranch, CO; volunteer and supporter of United Way and Women's Physical Abuse Center (in Bermuda); narrator of television and radio public service announcements in support of foster care. St. Lucian Board of Tourism, ambassador, 1995.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Josette Metoyer, Feast of All Saints (also known as Anne Rice's The Feast of All Saints), ABC, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: The 15th Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1990. Host from Disneyland, The CBS All-American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1993. Host, Coming Up Roses, CBS, 1993. Fifty Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration, CBS, 1994. Stevie, Dr. Hugo, Lifetime, 1994. Host from Hawaii, The All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade, CBS, 1994. Competitor, Superstar American Gladiators, ABC, 1995. Host from Disneyland, The All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade, CBS, 1995. Host, The All-American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1996. Host, The Orange Bowl Parade, CBS, 1996. Carol, Secrets, Showtime, 1997. Introductory host, Take This Heart, PBS, 1998. Funny Flubs & Screw-ups, CBS, 1998. Host, The Tournament of Roses Parade, CBS, 1999. Soap Pads, Home and Garden Television, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Image Award nominations, outstanding lead actress in a drama series, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1996, 1999, 2000, all for Diagnosis Murder; Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding female newcomer, 1992, Soap Opera Digest Award, outstanding scene stealer, 1994, Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, hottest female star, 1995, Daytime Emmy Award 252

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Host, The Tournament of Roses Parade, CBS, 2000. Dick Van Dyke: Put On a Happy Face, Arts and Entertainment, 2000.

Music Videos: Boys II Men, On Bended Knee, 1994. Babyface, How Come, How Long, 1997.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 8th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1992. Presenter, The 19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1992. Presenter, The 9th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1993. Cohost, The 11th Annual Soap Opera Awards (also known as The Soap Opera Digest Awards), NBC, 1995. Presenter, The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1995. The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996. Presenter, The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. Presenter, The 24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1997. Presenter, The 30th NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1999. The 31st Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2000.

WRITINGS Television Episodes: Writer for an episode of Diagnosis Murder, CBS.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 13, Gale, 1996. Who's Who among African Americans, 14th edition, Gale, 2001. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 9, 1994. Essence, September, 1995, p. 75; April, 1999, p. 75; April, 2001, p. 202. Los Angeles Times, February 1, 1994, p. F1. TV Guide, December 10, 1994, p. 42.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Paula, "Cliff's Wet Adventure/' The Cosby Show, NBC, 1989. Mimi Mumford, "Clubba Hubba," The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1990. Susan Bracken, "Bracken's Daughter," Herman's Head, Fox, 1991. Herself, "The Price Is Right vs. The Young and the Restless," Family Feud, 1993. Susan Bracken, "I Wanna Go Home," Herman's Head, Fox, 1993. CBS Soap Break, CBS, 1994. Courtney Lake, "Divorce Lawyer," Deadly Carries, 1995. Aisha Wilkes, "Moving On," Family Law, CBS, 2001.

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PERSONAL Born June 6, 1920, in Volyne, Czechoslovakia; immigrated to Canada, 1948; son of Jan and Ruzena (maiden name, Kellnerova) Rubes; married Susan Douglas (an actress and director), September 22, 1950; children: Christopher Jan, Jonathan Mark, Anthony Dean. Education: Studied medicine at University of Prague; Prague Conservatory of Music, graduated, 1945.

Also appeared in episodes of Hollywood Squares, syndicated; One Life to Live, ABC; Storytime, PBS; Gourmet Getaways with Robin Leach; and Sin City Spectacular, ABC. Film Appearances: Joan, Leonard, Part 6, Columbia, 1987. Celia Kirby, The Distinguished Gentleman, Buena Vista, 1992. Beth Jordan, Dumb and Dumber (also known as Dumb Happens), New Line Cinema, 1994. Cora D./Corrina Devonshire, Barb Wire, Gramercy,

Career: Actor and singer. Performer at Prague Opera House, Prague, Czechoslovakia, beginning in 1945, and Opera House of Pilsen, Pilsen, Czechoslovakia; performer with major opera companies throughout the world. Canadian Opera Company, member of company and director of touring and program development. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, artist-in-residence, 1981; teacher at Royal Conservatory Opera School, York University, and University of Windsor. Championship skier and tennis player. Tor-

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Alexander Pavel, Class Action, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. The colonel, On My Own (also known as // colore del suoi occhi), Ellipi Films/Alliance Communications/ Rosa Colosimo Films, 1992. Jan, D2: The Mighty Ducks (also known as The Mighty Ducks 2 and Mighty Ducks 2: The Champions), Buena Vista, 1994. Professor Stoerk, Mesmer, Accent Entertainment, 1994. Pops, Boozecan, 1994. Bolek Krupa, Roommates, Buena Vista, 1995. Joseph, Never Too Late (also known as The Color Crey), Allegro Distribution, 1996. Dr. Kassovitz, Bach Cello Suite #4: Sarabande (also known as Sarabande), Rhombus Media, 1997. Louis Klammer, Music from Another Room, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists/Orion, 1998. Ole Jurgensen, Snow Falling on Cedars, MCA/ Universal, 1999. Evan Hannibal, Nightmare Man, 1999. Jason Stiles, Believe, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 2000. Anthrax, Eagle Pictures, 2001. Marvin Telekunsky, The Burial Society, Seville Pictures, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Centennial Medal, 1967; Queen's Jubilee Medal, 1978; Canadian National Senior Tennis Champion, 1982; honorary D.H.C. degree, University of Guelph, 1983; Gemini Award, best performance by a supporting actor, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1989, for Two Men; Genie Award nomination, best actor, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1989, for Something about Love; Earl Grey Award, career achievement, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1990; named honorary citizen of the Canadian cities of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Sydney, Nova Scotia; member, Order of Canada, 1996; Gemini Award nomination, best performance in a children's or youth program or series, 1996, for Lamb Chop in the Haunted Studio. CREDITS

Film Appearances: Jan Bartik, Forbidden Journey, United Artists, 1951. Carl Nurmi, The Incredible Journey, Buena Vista, 1963. Ivan, Lions for Breakfast, Burg Productions, 1975. Vrakatas, Mr. Patman (also known as Crossover), Film Consortium of Canada, 1980. Kaplan, The Amateur, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Mort, Utilities (also known as Getting Even), Live Home Video, 1983. Psychiatrist, Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid (also known as Finishing Touch, A Slow Descent into Hell, Audela de cette limite votre ticket n'est plus valuable, and L'ultime passion), Vestron Video, 1984. Eli Lapp, Witness, Paramount, 1985. Santa Claus, One Magic Christmas, Buena Vista, 1985. Down Home, 1986. Stan Olynyk, Something about Love, 1987. Dr. Joseph Lewis, Dead of Winter, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1987. Augustus Click, The Outside Chance of Maximilian Click (also known as Bright Spark), Hemdale Home Video, 1988. Palais Royale, Republic Home Video, 1988. Gordon Tobin, The Kiss, TriStar, 1988. Lasky, Blind Fear, Academy Entertainment, 1989. Zoubov, Cold Front, HBO Home Video, 1989. General Illyich, The Experts, Paramount, 1989. Divided Loyalties, 1989. Priest, The Amityville Curse, Starmaker Entertainment, 1990. Grandfather, Courage Mountain (also known as Heidi—Le sentier du courage), Triumph, 1990. Dr. Andreas Wells, Blood Relations, Miramax, 1990. Tomasz Kestler, Deceived, Buena Vista, 1991.

Appeared in The House on Front Street and Labor of Love.

Film Work: Associate producer, Never Too Late (also known as The Color Grey), Image Organization, 1996.

Television Appearances; Series: Host, Guess What, TV Ontario, 1975-1983. Dr. Josef Wallach, Kay O'Brien, CBS, 1986. Augustus Click, Max Click, 1991. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Polish consul, Kane and Abel, CBS, 1985. Isaac Zimmerman, Crossings, ABC, 1986. Hausierer Nathan, Der lange weg des Lukas B., [Germany], 1992, broadcast as By Way of the Stars, The Disney Channel, 1994. Mr. Oliver, The Third Twin (also known as Ken Follett's The Third Twin), CBS, 1997.

Television Appearances; Movies: Swenson, The Deadly Harvest, CBC (Canada), 1976. Little Gloria ... Happy at Last, NBC, 1982. Jacob, Charlie Grant's War, 1984. Giorgi Denerenko, Murder: By Reason of Insanity (also known as Murder in Space and My Sweet Victim), Showtime, 1985. 254

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Television Appearances; Other: The Day My Grandad Died, 1977. The Garden, 1990. Tomas Havel, Coming of Age, 1993. Max Ehrlich, The Marriage Bed, CBC (Canada), 1996. Appeared in Catsplay and The Harvest, both CBC.

Stage Appearances: Don Giovanni (opera), Vancouver Festival, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1958. Laterna Magica (multimedia show), Young People's Theatre Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1977. The Lost Fairy Tale, Young People's Theatre Centre, 1978. Professor, Twelve Dreams, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials: Fidel, The Witches of Eastwick, NBC, 1992. Phantom, Lamb Chop and the Haunted Studio (also known as Lamb Chop's Spooky Stuff), PBS, 1994.

Appeared in the musical comedies Cabaret, Man of La Mancha, The Sound of Music, and South Pacific. Appeared in operas in the title role, Boris Godunov, as Mephisto, Faust, and as Schigolch, Lulu, all Canadian Opera Company.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Gregor, "Dog Catcher/' The Forest Rangers, 1963. 'The Tax Audit," King of Kensington, 1975. Patlenko, "Complex," The New Avengers [Canada], 1978. Tarasoff, "Mother's Day," Night Heat, 1985. Lewis Jacubek, "Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore," Fame, c. 1987. "A Family Affair," Katts and Dog, 1989. Dr. Eric Von Deer, "Choirs of Angels," War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1989. Brigg, "A Bearish Market," The Beachcombers, 1989. Arno Hildebrandt, "Running with the Pack," E.N.G., Lifetime, 1990. Arno Hildebrandt, "Harvest," E.N.G., Lifetime, 1992. Uncle Joe, "It Ain't Over 'til Uncle Joe Sings," Maniac Mansion, 1993. Vassily Peskow, "Tunguska," The X-Files, Fox, 1996. Vassily Peskow, "Terma," The X-Files, Fox, 1996. Mr. Duzak, "The Long Way Around," ER, 1997. Dr. Mort Gustafson, "Mountie on the Bounty: Parts 1 & 2," Due South, syndicated, 1998. Robert Greene and older Karl Rademacher, "Tribunal," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1999. Nicholas Ballard, "Crystal Skull," Stargate SG-1, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. Moses, "Stranger in a Strange Land," Mentors, 2001.

Stage Director: The Fools, Third Stage, Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1975. Adriane auf Naxos, Third Stage, Stratford Festival, 1975.

Radio Appearances; Series: Narrator and singer, Songs of My People, CBC (Canada), 1953-1963. Host, Vienna, Schubert and Brahms, CBC, 1997. WRITINGS

Television Series: Guess What, TV Ontario, 1975-1983.

Stage Presentations: Translator, The Lost Fairy Tale, Young People's Theatre Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1978.

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Appeared as Reverend Kirkbride, "Dreams Stay with You" and "To Love and Protect," episodes of The Campbells, CTV (Canada); Joseph, Life Goes On; Pobby, Angel Street; also appeared in Side Effects.

Periodicals: New York, June 9, 1995, p. 77. 77me, July 10, 1995, p. 61.

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RUSH, Deborah PERSONAL Born April 10, in Chatham, NJ; married Walter Leland "Chip" Cronkite; children: two sons, including Peter. Career: Actress. Playhouse of the Ridiculous (comedy troupe), member of company. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a dramatic featured role, and Drama Desk Award (with others), outstanding ensemble performance, both 1984, for Noises Off. CREDITS Film Appearances: First girl in bar, Oliver's Story, Paramount, 1978. Dental assistant, 10, Warner Bros., 1979. Sister Mary Magdalen, Honky Tonk Freeway, Universal, 1981. Judith, Split Image (also known as Captured), Orion, 1982. Patsy, A Night in Heaven, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Lita Fox, Zelig, Warner Bros., 1983. Brenda Dunck, Compromising Positions, Paramount, 1985. Rita, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Orion, 1985. D. D v Heat, New Century/Vista, 1987. Binky Shelton, Big Business, Buena Vista, 1988. Michele Dempsey, Family Business (also known as Conseil de familie), TriStar, 1989. Mrs. Zellner, Parents, Vestron, 1989. People reporter, She-Devil, Orion, 1989. Linda, My Blue Heaven, Warner Bros., 1990. Denise Scanlan, Passed Away, Buena Vista, 1992. Trish, Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995. Ava Blazer, In & Out, Paramount, 1997. Veronica Grant, You've Got Mail, Warner Bros., 1998. Lenore, Three to Tango, Warner Bros., 1999. Diner hostess, Advice from a Caterpillar, 1999. Gwen Jackson, The Good Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002. Mrs. Patterson, Bad Company, Buena Vista, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Millie, Ryan's Hope, ABC, 1985. Mitzi, Stir Crazy, CBS, 1985. Helen Winston, Spin City (also known as Spin), ABC, 1996-1997. Christine Dunn, All My Children (also known as All My Children: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Goldie Pot, Dance with Me, Mayfair Theatre, New York City, 1975. Eliante, The Misanthrope, Anspacher Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1977. Frederick Jordan's Dream, New Dramatists Theatre, New York City, 1977-1978.

Television Appearances; Movies: Stephanie Didcot, Unnatural Pursuits, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Heidi Anderson, Earthly Possessions, HBO, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Estelle Parker, Home Again (also known as There's No Place Like Home), ABC, 1988. Phoebe Halliwell, The Client (also known as John Grisham's The Client), CBS, 1995.

Frances Houston, "Blood/' Law & Order, 1997. Christina Harlin, "Russian Love Poem," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU), NBC and USA Network, 2000. Alice Wolfe, "Meet the Wolfes," Madigan Men, ABC, 2000. Mrs. Sara Blank, "Invisible Love," Strangers with Candy, Comedy Central, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "No Room at the Inn," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1985. Penelope Worth, 'The Pinnacle," Crime Story, 1987. Judy, "Things That Go Bump in the Night," Leg Work, 1987.

Television Appearances; Other: Alice at the Palace, 1981. Isabel Hazard, John Jakes' Heaven & Hell: North & South, Part III (miniseries; also known as Heaven & Hell: North & South, Pan III), ABC, 1994.

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Original name, John Youngs; born August 25, 1949 (some sources cite 1950 or 1954), in Old Bethpage, NY; son of Floyd (in insurance sales) and Muriel (a homemaker) Youngs; brother of Jim Youngs (an actor) and Gail Youngs (an actress); married Susan Baptist (an actress), c. 1967 (marriage ended, c. 1969); married Sandi Schultz (an actress and nurse), 1993; children: (first marriage) Jennifer Youngs (an actress), Lachlan. Education: Graduated from American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City.

Addresses: Agent—Artists Agency, 10000 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 305, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Career: Actor, producer, and director. Organized Children's Theatre Group, which performed in public housing, New York City. Involved in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, 1988-93.

Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Awards, Honors: Drama Critics Circle Award, 1973, for One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest; Genie Award nomination, best performance by a foreign actor, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1982, for The Amateur; Bronze Wrangler Award (with others), best television feature film, Western Heritage Awards, 2000, for The Virginian.

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Sheriff Burns, Redemption of the Ghost, World International Network, 2000. Carver, Dead Man's Run, Giants Entertainment, 2001. Johnny Red, The Anarchist Cookbook, Freedonia Productions, 2002. H2O, Downtown: A Street Tale, Downtown LLC, 2002.

Voice in the Dark, Trident Releasing, 1990. Boris, Ottobre rosa all'Arbat, 1990. Blaine, Mountain of Diamonds (also known as The Burning Shore and La montagna del diamanti), 1991. Melvin Devereux, Door to Silence (also known as Door into Silence, The Doors to Silence, and Le porte del silenzio), Filmirage, 1991. Wintrop, Buck at the Edge of Heaven (also known as Buck ai confini del c/e/o), Media Creative Entertainment, 1991. Wallace Roberts, Primary Motive, Ascension Films,

Film Work: Producer, The Mouse (also known as Upper Cut), Strand Releasing, 1997. Producer, Burning Down the House, 1998.

1992. Favola crudele, 1992. Albert, Killing Obsession, Poor Robert Productions, 1994. Sanders, Deadly Weapon (also known as Tuono di proiettile), Light Age Filmworks, 1994. Franz Kluge, C.l.A. II Target: Alexa, PM Home Video,

Television Appearances; Movies: Peter, All the Kind Strangers (also known as Evil in the Swamp), 1974. Eric Swensen (title role), "Eric," The Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1975. Title role, The Turning Point of Jim Malloy (also known as Gibbsville: The Turning Point of Jim Malloy and John O'Hara's Gibbsville), NBC, 1975. Victor Herman, Coming Out of the Ice, 1982. RickCahill, Nairobi Affair, 1984. Kevin Dunne, Silent Witness, 1985. David Algood, Shattered Image, USA Network, 1994. Andrew Kendrick, Red Scorpion 2 (also known as Red Scorpion 2: The Spear of Destiny), HBO, 1995. Emile Lautrec, The Dangerous, HBO, 1995. Tim Bishop, Amnesia, The Movie Channel, 1996. Brinkman, Firestorm (also known as Markus 4), Cinemax, 1997. Billy Jackson, Before Women Had Wings (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: Before Women Had Wings), ABC, 1997. Bear, Hostile Intent (also known as The Guardian Systems), HBO, 1997. Slater, The Jack Bull, HBO, 1999. Steve, The Virginian, TNT, 2000. Jack Wald, They Nest (also known as Creepy Crawlers), USA Network, 2002.

1994. Wieland, Berlin '39, Light Age Filmworks, 1994. Greg, The Takeover, Live Entertainment, 1995. Bobby, The Crossing Guard, Miramax, 1995. Jack Reed, Carnosaur 2, New Horizons Home Video,

1995. Fatal Choice, 1995. Dr. Ian Lazarre, Where Truth Lies, Paramount Home Video, 1996. Santapietro, One Good Turn, BMC Video, 1996. Joe Stromberg, Flynn (also known as My Forgotten Man), Beyond Distribution Sydney, 1996. Padre Lewis, A Corner of Paradise (also known as En doft av paradiset, Et hjoerne af paradis, and Un rincon en el para/so), 1996. Lenny, Beautiful Thing, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. McCrea, White Squall, Buena Vista, 1996. Dwayne, American Strays, A-pix Entertainment, 1996. Notti di paura (also known as /Across Red Nights and Mosca), 1997. Ray West, Little Boy Blue, Jazz Pictures, Inc., 1997, Castle Hill, 1998. Zero, Club Vampire, Concorde, 1997. Bruce 'The Mouse" Strauss, The Mouse (also known as Upper Cut), Strand Releasing, 1997. Dennis Rice, Managua, Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1997. Deputy Rogers, Hollywood Safari, PM Entertainment,

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Urchin, Great Expectations, The Disney Channel, 1989. Bob Herbert, OP Center (also known as Tom Clancy's OP Center), NBC, 1995. Spitz, Mia, Liebe meines Lebens (also known as Mia per sempre), 1998.

1997. Last Cut, 1997. Captain Wolfgang Mueller, Frontline, Showcase Entertainment, 1998. Centurion Force, 1998. Burning Down the House, 1998. Sergeant McCron, The Thin Red Line, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Johnny Land, Message in a Bottle, Warner Bros., 1999. Simon, Summer of Sam, Buena Vista, 1999. Hugh Sutpen, Something between Us, 1999. James Tarling, Christina's House, Metro-Goldwyn-

Television Appearances; Series: Jim Malloy, Gibbsville, NBC, 1976. Victor Robinson, Nightworld (also known as Lost Souls and Nightworld: Lost Souls), 1998. Colonel Donald Michael, Dark Angel (also known as James Cameron's Dark Angel), Fox, 2000-2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: ''Gray Wolf/' Cade's County, CBS, 1971. Nick Kissler, Bird/and, ABC, 1994.

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"Revenge Is the Nuts/' Tales from the Crypt, Showtime and syndicated, 1994. Henry Trondheim, "Dod Kalm," The X-Files, Fox, 1995. "Bone of Contention," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1995. Lucas, "The Conversion," The Outer Limits, Showtime, 1995. Sergeant Major Bart Hawkins, "Patriot," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996. Captain Rudy Ransom (some sources cite John Ransom), "Equinox: Parts 1 & 2," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1999. Simon, "When Sunny Gets Blue," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2001.

Television Music; Movies: Song, "Loving Somebody," "Eric," The Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1975.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, March 6, 1995, p. 77-78. TV Zone, September, 2001, pp. 32-34. Electronic: Sci-Fi Talk, http://www.scifitalk.com, August 26, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Tim Donovan, "The Little Sister" (also known as "Forbidden" and "The Tender Age"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1986. Noah, Desperate, ABC, 1987. Narrator, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (also known as Dear America), HBO, 1987. Bernie Morton, "Date Rape," ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1988. Ben Kane, "Love Off Limits," CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1993.

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PERSONAL Born in New York, NY. Education: Graduated from the University of Maryland. Addresses: Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager— McKeon-Valeo Management, 9107 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 321, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

Television Appearances; Other: The police officer, The Accident, 1993. (Uncredited) Daybreak, 1993. Donald Lydecker, Dark Angel (pilot), Fox, 2000.

Career: Actress. Appeared in television commercial for Bud Light, 1999.

Television Work: Coproducer, Children of Africa, 1993.

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Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) The Drunkard, off-Broadway production, c. 1963. Dov, An (also known as Leon Uris' Ari)f Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1971. Bobby, American Buffalo, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1977. You Never Can Tell, 1977. Of Mice and Men, 1987.

Film Appearances: Evelyn Gardner, right-fielder, A League of Their Own, Columbia, 1992. Terry, Fathers & Sons, Pacific Films, 1992. Pharmacy clerk, The Night We Never Met, Miramax, 1993. Young Alexandra, My Family Treasure (also known as Sokrovishche moyej sen?/), Arrow, 1993. Flo, Chasers, Warner Bros., 1994. Sofie, Full Cycle, 1994. Amy, Caught, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Lauren, The Pallbearer, Miramax, 1996. Janine, Marvin's Room, Miramax, 1996. Maria, Daily News receptionist, One Fine Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Vicki Pelam, Kissing a Fool, MCA/Universal, 1998. Hallie Marrs, Cleopatra's Second Husband, Indican Pictures, 1998. Christine Bigbee, The Sure Hand of God, 2002.

Appeared in Fiddler on the Roof, The Hostage, and Siamese Connections. Major Tours: One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, U.S. cities, 1973. WRITINGS Film Music: Score, The Sister-in-Law, Crown International, 1975. 260

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Television Appearances; Series: Sharona Fleming, Monk, USA Network and ABC, 2002—. Television Appearances; Pilots: Long Island Fever, ABC, 1996. Sharona Fleming, Monk, USA Network, 2002.

Film Music; Other: Breakdancing music, That's Dancing!, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1985. (As Gary Scott) KTTV News theme, Romeo + Juliet (also known as Romeo and Juliet and William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Ani, "Gee Your Hair Smells Evil/' Good vs. Evil (also known as G vs. £), USA Network, 1999. Journalist, "Fix," Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2001. Bunny, "Secrets and Lies," Roswell, UPN, 2001. Rita, "Moving On," Felicity, The WB, 2001. Rita, "A Perfect Match," Felicity, The WB, 2001. Rita, "The Paper Chase," Felicity, The WB, 2002.

Television Scores; Series: Fame, NBC, 1982-1983, then syndicated, 1983- 1987. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, CBS, 1982. (And theme) The Bronx Zoo, NBC, 1987. Freddy's Nightmares (also known as Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Ser/es), syndicated, 1988. Dark Justice, CBS, 1991. Shop 'till You Drop, Lifetime, 1991. Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1993. The Hollywood Dog, 1993. Winnetka Road, NBC, 1994. Savannah, The WB, 1996. 7th Heaven (also known as 7th Heaven: Beginnings and Seventh Heaven), The WB, 1996. Behind the Music (also known as VHTs Behind the Music), VH1, 1997. Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX, 1999. Mall Masters, 2000. On the Beat, Black Entertainment Television, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Helen, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, 1993-1994. Also appeared in Blackout, off-Broadway production; One Acts by Warren Leight; Slow Dance on the Killing Ground.

SCOTT, Gary S. (Gary Scott, Gary Stevan Scott) PERSONAL Career: Composer, music producer, and musical director. CREDITS

Television Scores; Movies: The Fulfillment of Mary Gray (also known as Fulfillment), CBS, 1989. Deceptions, Showtime, 1990. Weddings of a Lifetime, 1995.

Film Work: Musical director, Cher: Extravaganza—Live at the Mirage, 1992. Television Work; Series: Music producer, Fame, NBC, 1982-1983, then syndicated, 1983-1987.

Television Songs; Movies: Happy Endings, NBC, 1983.

Television Work; Specials: Music director, Cher ... At the Mirage, CBS, 1991.

Television Scores; Specials: Explosion!, ABC, 1997. Weddings of a Lifetime: Dream Weddings on a Budget, Lifetime, 2002.

WRITINGS Film Scores: Final Exam, AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1981. Deadly Force, Embassy Pictures Corp., 1983. Roadhouse 66, Paramount, 1984.

Television Scores; Pilots: Jump!, NBC, 1985. Hollywood Dog (animated), Fox, 1990. 261

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Television Scores; Episodic: Melrose Place, Fox, 1992. (Sometimes as Gary Scott or Gary Stevan Scott) Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1993-1998. Robin's Hoods, syndicated, 1994. Heaven Help Us, syndicated, 1994. University Hospital, syndicated, 1994. Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Rescue 77, The WB, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Bam Bam, "Bangers," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1996. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," Night Man, The Disney Channel and syndicated, 1997. Male nurse, "O Captain, My Captain," LA. Doctors, CBS, 1999. El Leon, "Countdown," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS,

Television Additional Music; Episodic: (As Gary Scott) 'The Trap/' Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO's Tales from the Crypt], HBO, 1991.

1999. Adam, "Fierce," Nikki, The WB, 2000. Carlos Mendota, "Brotherly Love," Philly, ABC, 2002. Freddy Harrison, "Orion in the Sky," ER, NBC, 2002.

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Addresses: Agent—Greene & Associates, 526 N. Larchmont, Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA 90004.

Born June 17, 1933, in Hawaii. Career: Actor. Addresses: Contact—c/o Richard Zindell, 8271 Melrose Ave., Suite 202, Los Angeles, CA 90046.

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Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Marines; served during Korean conflict.

Film Appearances: Carlos, No Ordinary Love, Phaedra Cinema, 1994. Lead homeboy, Trojan War (also known as Rescue Me), Warner Bros., 1997. Benny Chacon, One Eight Seven (also known as 187), Warner Bros., 1997. Bouncer, True Friends, Artist View Entertainment, 1998. Carlos Listen, Major League: Back to the Minors (also known as Major League III), Warner Bros., 1998. One Foot in the Grave, New England Films, 1998. Kojack, NoSalida, 1998. Pablo, Black & White, New City Releasing, 1998. Jesus, Bartender, Bridge Pictures, 1998. Ugly, Let the Devil Wear Black, Trimark Pictures, 1999. Lil Joker, Next Friday, New Line Cinema, 2000. Fontaine Rivera, Leprechaun in the Hood (also known as Leprechaun 5: Leprechaun in the Hood), Trimark Pictures, 2000. Yamamoto's bodyguard, Brother, Sony Pictures Classics, 2000. Rough looking guy, Dancing at the Blue Iguana, Lions Gate Films, 2000. Dos, Ghosts of Mars (also known as John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars), Screen Gems, 2001. Himself, Red Desert Nights: Making of "Ghosts of Mars," Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Shared Golden Globe Award, best new male star of the year in a film, 1960. CREDITS Film Appearances: Detective Joe Kojaku, The Crimson Kimono, Columbia,

1959. Cheng Lu, Walk Like a Dragon, Paramount, 1960. Hidenari 'Terry" Terasaki, Bridge to the Sun (also known as Pont vers le so/e/7), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1961. Suzuki, Cry for Happy, Columbia, 1961. Wang Ta, Flower Drum Song, Universal, 1961. Danny Kohana, Paradise, Hawaiian Style, Paramount, 1966. Tre pistole contro Cesare (also known as Death Walk in Laredo, Three Golden Boys, and Tre ragazzi d'oro), 1966. Diver Toshi O'Hara, Nobody's Perfect, Universal, 1968. Manila Open City, 1968. Brother To Len, Lost Horizon, Columbia, 1973. 262

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SHIGETA Major Jong, "Nightmare," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1963. A.I.O. Captain Ngo Newa, "The Inheritors: Part 1," The Outer Limits, ABC, 1964. Sidney Ying, "Who Killed the Paper Dragon?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1964. "To Kill a Man," The Lieutenant, NBC, 1964. "The Evidence of Things Not Seen," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964. "That's the Way the Suki Yaki," The Bing Crosby Show, ABC, 1965. Ward Toyama, "The Case of the Wrongful Writ," Perry Mason, CBS, 1965. Dr. Harvey Lee, "No More, Cried the Rooster—There Will Be Truth," Ben Casey, ABC, 1965. "Three Hours on a Sunday Night," / Spy, NBC, 1965. Fong Sing, "When Friends Get Together," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1968. Joseph Matsukino, "Death Watch," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1968. "Love My Enemy," Ironside, NBC, 1969. "The Loner," Medical Center, CBS, 1969. "The V.D. Story," Medical Center, CBS, 1970. "Brink of Doom," Medical Center, CBS, 1970. Shiki, "Butterfly," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1970. "Deadly Encounter," Medical Center, CBS, 1970. "Runaway," Medical Center, CBS, 1970. "No Motive for Murder," Ironside, NBC, 1971. "Conflict," Medical Center, CBS, 1972. "Confession," Medical Center, CBS, 1972. "The Garments of Rage," Kung Fu, ABC, 1974. Mr. O'Brien, "Foreign Trade," Emergency!, NBC, 1974. "The Forbidden Kingdom," Kung Fu, ABC, 1975. Stephen Yang, "The Adventure of the Judas Tree," Ellery Queen, NBC, 1976. "The Chinese Connection," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1976. Prosecutor, "The Thrill Killers: Part 1," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. "Nine Dragons," Hawaii Five-0, ABC, 1976. Sam Wing, "To Live with Fear: Part 2," Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1977. Kapala, "Wipe Out," Hardy Boys Mysteries (also known as The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries), ABC, 1977. "The Human Rights of Tiki Kim," Police Woman, NBC, 1978. Clement Chin, "Heartaches of a Fool," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. "The Hunted," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. Colonel, "Hand-Painted Thai," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982. "Chinatown," Strike Force, ABC, 1982. Dr. Richard Enoka, "Forty Years from Sand Island," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983. Chow Due Khan, "Chinatown," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983. The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Makko, "Girls for Sale," Masquerade, ABC, 1983. Lin Ha, "Blood Money," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984.

Goro, The Yakuza (also known as Brotherhood of the Yakuza), Warner Bros/Tbei, 1975. Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo, Midway (also known as The Battle of Midway), Universal, 1976. Joseph "Joe" Yashinobo Takagi, Die Hard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Tim Lum Yin, Cage, New Century-Vista, 1989. Dr. Sung, China Cry (also known as China Cry: A True Story), Ingram Entertainment, 1990. Tim Lum Yin, Cage II: The Arena of Death (also known as Cage //), Rocket Pictures International, 1994. Mao Mak, Midnight Man (also known as Blood for Blood), MDP Worldwide, 1994. Voice of General Li, Mulan (animated), Buena Vista/ Walt Disney, 1998. Sugimoto, Brother, 2000, Sony Pictures Classics, 2001. Jimmy Chan, A Ribbon of Dreams, 2002. Television Appearances; Pilots: George Ti-Ming, The Hardy Boys, NBC, 1967. Chief Resident, U.M.C. (also known as Operation Heartbeat], CBS, 1969. The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1969. Dr. Chen, The Questor Tapes, NBC, 1974. Thomas "Tom" McCauley III, Matt Helm, ABC, 1975. David Lao, The Killer Who Wouldn't Die (also known as Ohanian), ABC, 1976. Takeo Chisato, Samurai, ABC, 1979. Jimmy Lee, The Renegades, ABC, 1982. Judge Yamamoto, The Family Martinez, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Lieutenant Takahashi, Escape to Mindanao, NBC, 1968. Field Marshall Abehata, Enola Gay (also known as Enola Gay: The Men, the Mission, the Atomic Bomb), NBC, 1980. Donald Shibura, Tomorrow's Child, ABC, 1982. Detective Whu, Hart to Hart: Old Friends Never Die (also known as Hart to Hart: Hart Attack), NBC, 1994. Ambassador Nakamura, Space Marines, Showtime, 1996. Mr. Lau, Drive, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Wizard Wong, Arthur Hailey's "The Moneychangers?' (also known as The Moneychangers), NBC, 1976. Lin Tsu-Han, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976-1977. Television Appearances; Episodic: "An Almost Perfect Plan," Oldsmobile Music Theatre, NBC, 1959. "The Fortress," Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1961. "The Contract," Naked City, ABC, 1962. Dr. Roy Shigera, "One Clear Bright Thursday Morning," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1963. 263

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Daniel Yoshiro, "Revolution # 9-112" Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. Tranh Van Zung, 'The American Dream/' Airwolf, CBS, 1985. Mr. Obotu, "Paper War," Magnum P.I., CBS, 1986. John Sukahara, "The Corpse Flew First Class," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Musashi Sato, "Opposites Attack," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1987. Chen, "Tale of the Tiger," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1988. Dr. Okaua, Peaceable Kingdom, CBS, 1989. Kozo Nakasone, "The Way You Look Tonight,"7a/re and the Fatman, CBS, 1989. Ki, "The Lions," Mission: Impossible, 1989. Luc Lee, "Sugar and Spice, Malice and Vice," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Mr. Ota, "Samurai," Renegade, USA Network, 1993. Hideo Maruyama, "Black Wind," Renegade, USA Network, 1994. Taro Isogi, "Spider in the Web," Babylon 5, The WB, 1994. Vietnamese President Chi, "Better Than Martians," seaQuest DSV, NBC, 1995. Hoi Chi, "The Last Lap of Luxury," seaQuest DSV, NBC, 1995. Mr. Matsuzaki, "Cybill and Maryann Go to Japan," Cybill, CBS, 1996. Voice of Inspector Mantjur, "Diamonds and Jade," The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated), Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1997. Ben Sosna, "Slipping Away," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999. Ben Sosna, "The Loo-Ouch," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999. Ben Sosna, "Nine Yolks Whipped Lightly," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999.

SHORT, Martin 1950(?)PERSONAL Born March 26, 1950 (some sources cite 1951), in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; son of Charles Patrick (a corporate executive) and Olive (a violinist and concert master; maiden name, Hayter) Short; brother of Michael Short (a screenwriter); married Nancy Dolman (an actress), 1980; children: Katherine, Oliver, Henry. Education: McMaster University, B.S.W., 1972. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; (personal appearances) Stacey Mark, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Bernie Brillstein, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Matt Labov, Baker Winokur Ryder, 9100 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor W., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, comedian, writer, and producer. Performed in revues and cabarets in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1973-78; member of Second City comedy troupe, 1977-78. Also performed in radio dramas. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award (with others), best writing for a variety or music program, 1983, for "The Energy Ball/Sweeps Week," SCTV Network 90; Gemini Award nomination, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1990, for The 1989 Gemini Awards; Gemini Award nomination, best guest performance in a series by an actor or actress, 1993, for Maniac Mansion; Theatre World Award, 1993, Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best performance by a leading actor in a musical, 1993, and Outer Critics Circle Award, all for The Goodbye Girl; member, Royal Order of Canada, 1994; Earl Grey Award, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1995, for his work on SCTV; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or movie, 1998, and Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, 1999, both for Merlin; Antoinette Perry Award and Outer Critics Circle Award, both outstanding actor in a musical, c. 1998, for Little Me; Sir Peter Ustinov Comedy Network Award, Banff Television Festival, 1999; Daytime Emmy Award nominations, outstanding talk show host and outstanding talk show (with others), both 2000, for The Martin Short Show; Canadian Comedy Award nomination, "pretty funny male performance" on television, 2002, for Primetime Click; award from Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television, and Radio Artists for writing for SCTV Network 90.

Also appeared on Dragnet, syndicated. Television Appearances; Specials: Doctor, Carol for Another Christmas, ABC, 1964. Himself, Slaying the Dragon, 1988. Also narrated Aleutians (documentary), NBC, and Home from the Eastern Sea, PBS. Stage Appearances: Prince Eagle, Chu Chem, New Locust Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1966. Also appeared in Fantastics, Flower Drum Song, The King and I, Period of Adjustment, and Teahouse of the August Moon. 264

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SHORT A Spinal Tap Reunion (also known as The Return of Spinal Tap and A Spinal Tap Reunion: The 25th Anniversary London Sell-out), NBC, 1992. Addicted to Fame (also known as First Person with Maria Shriver)f NBC, 1994. Host, TV's All Time Classic Comedy, 1994. All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! (also known as Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!), 1994. What Makes You Laugh?, 1995. The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show, NBC, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, NBC, 1995. Who Makes You Laugh? 2, ABC, 1997. / Am Your Child (also known as From Zero to Three and Johnson & Johnson Presents: I Am Your Child), ABC, 1997. Gilda Radner: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. Host, The Three Stooges Greatest Hits, ABC, 1997. Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Life: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special), NBC, 1999. Nick Nolte, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Assignment E! with Leeza Gibbons: Television Taboos, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. API's WO Years, WO Laughs: America's Funniest Movies, CBS, 2000. The Making of "Jimmy Neutron," 2001. John Candy: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. NBC 75th Anniversary Special (also known as NBC 75th Anniversary Celebration), NBC, 2002. Everybody Loves Raymond: The First Six Years, CBS, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Melvin, "The Caller/Marriage of Convenience/No Girls for Doc/Witness for the Prosecution," The Love Boat, 1980. Mitch Harris, "Jim Joins the Network," Taxi, ABC, 1981. Voice, "Animal Cafe," Reading Rainbow, 1985. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1986. Guest, Late Night with David Letterman, between 1985 and 1991. Doc, "Needle in a Haystack," The Tracey Ullman Show, 1989. Lou, "Dawg Day Afternoon," The Tracey Ullman Show, 1990. Eddie O'Donnell, "Down & Out in Cedar Springs," Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1990. Guest, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1991, 1992. Narrator, "What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs," Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories, Showtime, 1992.

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Guest, Late Show with David Letterman, between 1993 and 2002. "John Candy: A Tribute," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Himself, Muppets Tonight! (also known as Muppets Live! and The New Muppet Show), ABC, 1996. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1996. 7"/7e Roseanne Show, syndicated, 1998. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1999. MadTV, 1999. Guest, Dennis Miller Live, 2002. Guest, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 2002.

Television Executive Producer; Series: The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley (animated), NBC, 1988. (And creator) The Martin Short Show, NBC, 1994. (With Bernie Brillstein and Stuart Krasnow) The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. (And creator and producer) Primetime Click, Comedy Central, 2001. Television Executive Producer; Specials: The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show, NBC, 1995. Film Appearances: Engel, Lost and Found, Columbia, 1979. Boy leader, The Outsider, 1979. Ned Nederlander, Three Amigos!, Orion, 1986. Jack Putter, Innerspace, Warner Bros., 1987. David, Cross My Heart, Universal, 1987. Ned Perry, Three Fugitives, Buena Vista, 1989. (Uncredited) Neil Sussman, Nick's agent, The Big Picture, Columbia, 1989. The Making of Me, 1989. Eugene Proctor, Pure Luck, Universal, 1991. Franck Eggelhoffer, Father of the Bride, Buena Vista, 1991. Martin Harvey, Captain Ron, Buena Vista, 1992. Voice of Stubbs the Clown, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story, Universal, 1993. Clifford Daniels (title role), Clifford, Orion, 1994. Voice of Hubie, The Pebble and the Penguin (animated), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995. Franck Eggelhoffer, Father of the Bride Part II, Buena Vista, 1995. Jerry Ross, Mars Attacks!, Warner Bros., 1996. Richard Kempster, Jungle2Jungle (also known as Un indien a New York), Buena Vista, 1997. Murray, A Simple Wish (also known as The Fairy Godmother), Universal, 1997. Akbar, Akbar's Adventure Tours (also known as Akbar's Adventure Ride), Praxis Film Works, 1998. Voice of Huy, The Prince of Egypt (animated), DreamWorks, 1998. Himself, Junket Whore, 1998. Lionel Dillard, Mumford, Buena Vista, 1999. Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures, Warner Bros., 2001. Dr. Desmod Forrest-Oates, Get Over It!, Miramax/ Dimension Films, 2001. Voice of Ooblar, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Paramount, 2001. Voice of B.E.N., Treasure Planet, Buena Vista/Walt Disney, 2002. George, Cinemagique, Walt Disney, 2002.

Also appeared in episodes of Evening at Pops, 1970; as celebrity square, Hollywood Squares, syndicated; Inside the Actors Studio. Television Appearances; Movies: Louie, The Family Man, CBS, 1979. Bradley Z. Coleman, Sunset Limousine, ITC (England), 1983. Harrison Kilray, Money for Nothing (also known as Hot Millions), Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Rodney, Prince Charming, TNT, 2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Frik, Merlin, NBC, 1998. Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland, NBC, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Marvin Baxter, The Imperial Grand Band, ABC, 1975. Danny Reno, White and Reno, NBC, 1981. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Presenter, The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. The 47th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1993. Presenter, The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards, 1994. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, 1994. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1999. Presenter, The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1999. Presenter, The 27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 2000. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Other: Weepy, Cementhead, 1978. Voice, Miss Peach of the Kelly School, 1982. 266

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Stage Appearances: Jesus, Godspell (musical), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1972-1973. Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Elliot, The Goodbye Girl, Chicago, IL, 1992, then Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1993. Chuck Baxter, Promises, Promises, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1997. Noble Eggleston, Amos Pinchley, Benny Buchsbaum, Val du Val, Fred Poitrine, Otto Schnitzler, Prince Cherney, and the drunk, Little Me (musical), Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1998-1999.

Books: Contemporary Newsmakers 1986, Issue Cumulation, Gale, 1987. Periodicals: New York Post, September 13, 1999. New York Times, September 28, 1994; April 14, 2002, p. Arts-34. Parade, January 13, 2000, pp. 4-5. People Weekly, July 14, 1997, p. 148. TV Guide, August 12, 2000, pp. 32-35.

Also appeared in Fortune and Men's Eyes, Harry's Back in Town, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Macbeth, What's a Nice Country like You Doing in a State like This?, and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

SIGHVATSSON, Sigurjon 1952-

(Joni Sighvatsson)

PERSONAL RECORDINGS Some sources transliterate name as Sigurjon Sighvabson; born June 15, 1952, in Reykjavik, Iceland; immigrated to the United States, 1978; son of Sighvatur Karlsson and Sigurborg Sigurjonsdottir; married Sigridur Thorisdottur, December 2, 1974; children: Thor Snaer Sigurjonsson. Education: Attended Iceland Community College, Reykjavik, 1973; University of Iceland, B.A., English literature, 1978; University of Southern California, M.F.A., 1981; also undertook advanced studies at American Film Institute, Los Angeles.

Videos: Oscar's Greatest Moments: 1971 to 1991, 1992. Jackie Rogers Jr., Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies, NBC Studios, 1998. Video Games: Voice, Creature Crunch, ClassG Interactive, 1996.

WRITINGS Career: Film and music video producer. Blue-Ice Productions, Los Angeles, president and chief financial officer, 1985—; Propaganda Films (music video, film, and television production company), Los Angeles, cofounder and cochair, beginning 1986; also worked for N. Lee Lacy (video company).

Television Series: SCTV Network 90 (also known as SC7V Channel, SCTV Comedy Network, and SCTV Network), NBC, 1982-1984. Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live 80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1984-1986. The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley (animated), NBC, 1988. The Martin Short Show, NBC, 1994. The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999.

Member: American Cinemateque (vice president), Music Video Producers Association (vice president), Thor Thors Foundation, American Film Institute. Awards, Honors: Fulbright fellow, 1978; Thor Thors Foundation Scholarship Award, 1979; Harold Lloyd Foundation Scholarship, 1980; directing fellowship, American Film Institute, and Golden Eagle Award, Council on International Non-theatrical Events, c. 1982, for The Story of L. Sharkey; Scandinavian of the Year Award, American Scandinavian Society of Los Angeles, 1993; Producer of the Year Award, Music Video Producers Association, 1993; shared Emmy Award nomination, outstanding miniseries, 1994, for Tales of the City.

Television Specials: "Martin Short Concert for the North Americas/' Showtime Comedy Spotlight, Showtime, 1985. "I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood/' HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1989. The 1989 Gemini Awards, 1989. The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show, NBC, 1995.

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Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (also known as Candyman II: Farewell to the Flesh), Gramercy, 1995. Basquiat (also known as Build a Fort, Set It on Fire), Miramax, 1996. Going All the Way, Gramercy, 1997. The Weight of Water, Lions Gate Films, 2000. K-19: The Widowmaker, Paramount, 2002.

Film Work; Executive Producer: Teen Steam (also known as Alyssa Milano's Teen Steam), Propaganda Films, 1988. (As Joni Sighvatsson) A Climate for Killing, FoxVideo, 1991. (With Steve Colin) Kalifornia, Gramercy, 1993. (With Colin) Canadian Bacon, Gramercy, 1994. (With Dale Pollock) S.F.W., Gramercy, 1994. (With Colin) Summer Camp (also known as A Pig's Tale), Gramercy, 1994. Dead Connection (also known as Final Combination), Propaganda Films, 1994. Lord of Illusions (also known as Clive Barker's "Lord of Illusions?'), United Artists, 1995. Box of Moonlight, Trimark Pictures, 1996. Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy and The Drug), Paramount, 1996. Just Looking, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. The Real Blonde, Paramount, 1997. T/7 There Was You, Paramount, 1997. Bandwagon, Cinepix Film Properties, 1997. Polish Wedding, Fox Searchlight, 1998. Phoenix, Trimark Pictures, 1998. Homegrown, TriStar, 1998. Arlington Road, PolyGram Film Distribution, 1999. 200 Cigarettes, Paramount, 1999. Runaway Bride, Paramount, 1999. Passion of Mind, Paramount, 2000.

Film Work; Other: Director, The Story of L. Sharkey, 1982. (As Joni Sighvatsson) Associate producer, Hard Rock Zombies, Cannon, 1983. (As Joni Sighvatsson) Post-production supervisor, Nickel Mountain, 1985. (As Joni Sighvatsson) Associate producer, American Drive-In, Star, 1985. Associate producer, 'Tristan und Isolde/' Aria, R. V. P. Productions, 1987. (As Joni Sighvatsson) Supervising producer (with Steven Colin, Tim Clawson, and Jay Roewe) Truth or Dare (documentary; also known as In Bed with Madonna and Madonna: Truth or Dare), Miramax, 1991. A Thousand Acres, Touchstone, 1997. Television Executive Producer; Movies: (As Joni Sighvatsson) Heat Wave, TNT, 1990. (As Joni Sighvatsson) Memphis, TNT, 1992. Television Executive Producer; Miniseries: Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the Citf), PBS, 1994.

Film Work; Producer: (With Steven Colin) Private Investigations (also known as P.I. Investigations), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1987. (With Colin) The Blue Iguana, Paramount, 1988. (As Joni Sighvatsson; with Colin and Stanley Wlodkowski) Fear, Anxiety and Depression, Samuel Goldwyn, 1989. (With Colin and David W. Warfield) Kill Me Again, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. (With Colin and Monty Montgomery) Daddy's Dyin'... Who's Got the Will?, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1990. (As Joni Sighvatsson; with Colin and Montgomery) Wild at Heart (also known as David Lynch's Wild at Heart), Samuel Goldwyn, 1990. (As Joni Sighvatsson; with Colin) Ryd (also known as Rust), Manifesto, 1991. (With Col