Entertainment

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Stage and Screen

Murray Abraham Fahrid Murray Abraham 1984 Oscar for Best Actor, Amadeus
Casy Affleck Caleb Casey Affleck Robert Ford in 2007 The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Bridgette Andersen Mariah Bridgette Andersen played title role in 1982 Savannah Smiles
Linden Ashby Clarence Linden Garnet Ashby III Johnny Cage in 1995 Mortal Kombat
Ed Asner Yitzak Eddie Asner Lou Grant in TV’s “Mary Tyler Moore Show”
Brooks Atkinson Justin Brooks Atkinson theater critic for the New York Times, 1925-1960
Richard Basehart John Richard Basehart Admiral Nelson in TV’s “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea”
Warren Beatty Henry Warren Beatty actor, producer; Oscar for Best Director Reds
Hugh Beaumont Eugene Hugh Beaumont father onTV’s “Leave It to Beaver”
Richard Beymer George Richard Beymer Tony in 1961 film version of West side Story
Alixis Bledel Kimberly Alexis Bledel Rory in TV’s “Gilmore Girls”
Victor Buono Charles Victor Buono father in Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)
Gary Busey William Gareth Jacob Busey, Sr. nominated for Best Actor for title role in 1978 The Buddy Holly Story
Jake Busey William Gareth Jacob Busey, Jr. actor, Contact (1997), Tomcats (2001)
Scott Caldwell Laverne Scott Caldwell Rose in TV’s “Lost”
Macdonald Carey Edward Macdonald Carey Dr. Tom Horton in TV’s “Days of Our Lives”
Richard Chamberlain George Richard Chamberlain TV’s “Dr. Kildare,”1983 miniseries “The Thorn Birds”
Montgomery Clift Edward Montgomery Clift four-time Academy Awards nominee for Best Actor, 1948-62
Broderick Crawford William Broderick Crawford movies tough guy 1930s-80s
Tyne Daly Ellen Tyne Daly Emmy Award winning actress, Maxine Gray on TV’s “Judging Amy”
Roger Davis Courken Jon Roger Davis, Jr. best known for roles in TV’ “Dark Shadows” and “Alias Smith and Jones”
Bette Davis Ruth Elizabeth Davis Academy Award for Best Actress 1935 and ’38
Brandon De Wilde Andre Brandon De Wilde child actor; Joey in Shane (1953)
Faye Dunaway Dorothy Faye Dunaway Academy Award for Best Actress in 1976 Network
Lee Ermey Ronald Lee Ermey screen and voice actor 1970s-present
Dakota Fanning Hannah Dakota Fanning child actress, Lily in 2008 Secret Life of Bees
Elle Fanning Mary Elle Fanning child actress; Phoebe in 2008 Phoebe in Wonderland
Will Ferrell John William Ferrell comedian, actor, former ” Saturday Night Live” cast member
Clark Gable Willam Clark Gable Academy Award-winning actor; Rhett Butler in 1939 Gone with the Wind
Malcolm Gets Hugh Malcolm Gerard Gets Richard in 1990s TV sitcom “Caroline in the City”
Brad Hall William Bradford Hall 1980s “Saturday Night Live” cast member
Neil Hamilton James Neil Hamilton commissioner Gordon in 1960s TV’s “Batman”
Eileen Heckart Anna Eileen Heckart Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, 1972 Butterflies are Free
Thomas Howell Christopher Thomas Howell film and television actor, producer, director
Anissa Jones Mary Anissa Jones child actress; Buffy on 1960s TV’s “Family Affair”
Lloyd Kaufman Stanley Lloyd Kaufman, Jr. co-founder of independent film studio Troma Entertainment
Stacy Keach Walter Stacy Keach, Jr. Ernest Hemmingway in 1988 TV mini series “Hemingway”
Ashton Kutcher Christopher Ashton Kutcher Michael Kelso in TV sitcom “That ’70s Show”
Hudson Leick Heidi Hudson Leick Callisto in TV’s “Xena: Warrior Princess”
Jack Linkletter Arthur Jack Linkletter TV host
Andie MacDowell Rosalie Anderson MacDowell Rita in 1993 Groundhog Day
Steve McQueen Terence Steven McQueen 1960s and ’70s movie star
Anne Meacham Mary Anne Meacham Broadway and soap opera star
Burgess Meredith Oliver Burgess Meredith trainer in Rocky films; the Penguin in TVs “Batman” series
Epatha Merkerson Sharon Epatha Merkerson supervisor in TV’s “Law and Order”
Bill Mumy Charles William Mumy, Jr. actor, 1960s-present
Jack Nance Marvin John Nance screen actor, 1970s-’90s
Bob Newhart George Robert Newhart comedian, actor; 70s “The Bob Newhart Show”
Renee O’Connor Evelyn Renee O’Connor Gabrielle in TV’s “Xena: Warrior Princess”
Ryan O’Neal Patrick Ryan O’Neal film and TV actor; 1970 Love Story; 1976 Paper Moon
Gregory Peck Eldred Gregory Peck 1962 Oscar for Best Actor as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird
Sam Peckinpah David Samuel Peckinpah film director; The Wild Bunch (1969)
Luke Perry Coy Luther Perry III Dylan McKay in TV’s “Beverly Hills 90210”
Ryan Phillippe Matthew Ryan Phillippe actor; Crash, Flags of our Fathers
Mackenzie Phillips Laura Mackenzie Phillips actress; American Graffiti, TV’s “One Day at a Time”
Brad Pitt William Bradley Pitt actor/producer; Ocean’s Eleven, Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Robert Redford Charles Robert Redford actor/director; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; The Sting; Ordinary People
James Remar William James Remar Richard in TV’s “Sex and the City”
Jane Russell Ernestine Jane Russell actress and sex symbol, 1940s and ’50s
Hal Scardino Albert Harold Hugh Scardino child actor, lead role in The Indian in the Cupboard
Liev Schreiber Isaac Liev Schreiber Tony Award-winning actor
Whit Stillman John Whitney Stillman screenwriter, film director
Oliver Stone William Oliver Stone Academy Award-winning film director, screenwriter
Scottie Thompson Susan Scott Thompson Dr. Jeanne Benoit in TV’s “NCIS”
Lee Van Cleef Clarence Leroy Van Cleef, Jr. best known for roles in 1950s-”70s westerns
Emmet Walsh Michael Emmet Walsh film and televison actor, 1970s-present
Orson Welles George Orson Welles writer, director, actor; known for 1938 radio broadcast of”The War of the Worlds”
Bruce Willis Walter Bruce Willis actor; Die Hard series
Debra Winger Mary Debra Winger actress; 1983 Terms of Endearment
Johnny Weismuller Peter John Weismuller 1924 & 1928 Olympic swimmer, actor; movie Tarzan and Jungle Jim
Reese Witherspoon Laura Jean Reese Witherspoon actress; 2001 Legally Blonde
Fay Wray Vina Fay Wray actress; 1930s King Kong
Sean Young Mary Sean Young actress, 1982 Blade Runner, 1987 No Way Out

Music

Gene Autry Orvon Gene Autry “The Singing Cowboy” of 1940s-50s radio, movies, and television
Pat Boone Charles Eugene Patrick Boone popular singer of 1950s
Garth Brooks Troyal Garth Brooks country-western singer/song writer, 1989-present
Micky Dolenz George Michael Dolenz, Jr. member of pop quartet The Monkees, 1965-71
Luke DuBois Roger Luke DuBois composer, performer, video artist, 1990s-present
Isaac Hanson Clarke Isaac Hanson member of Pop rock band Hanson, 1992-present
Taylor Hanson Jordan Taylor Hanson member of Pop rock band Hanson, 1992-present
Fletcher Henderso James Fletcher Henderson pioneering swing and jazz band leader
Shannon Hoon Richard Shannon Hoon lead singer of band Blind Melon, 1985-95
Michael Nesmith Robert Michael Nesmith member of pop quartet The Monkees, 1965-71
Marie Osmond Olive Marie Osmond pop singer; 1970s TV variety show “Donny and Marie”
Wayne Osmond Melvin Wayne Osmond member of 1970s Osmond Brothers quartet
Trent Reznor Michael Trent Reznor musician, singer, songwriter, 1982-present
LeAnn Rimes Margaret LeAnn Rimes country pop singer, songwriter, 1996-present
Ryan Ross George Ryan Ross member of rock band Panic at the Disco, 2004-present
Michael Stipe John Michael Stipe lead vocalist for rock band R.E.M., 1980-present
Ruben Studdard Christopher Ruben Studdard pop, R&B, gospel singer; American Idol
Dionne Warwick Marie Dionne Warwick Grammy-winning singer, actress, activist, 1962-present
Andy Williams Howard Andrew Williams pop singer; TV’s “Andy Williams Show,” 1959-1971
Elliott Yamin Efraym Elliott Yamin American Idol singer
Ace Young Brett Asa Young American Idol singer, actor

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