Angus MacInnes

Angus MacInnes was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on October 27, 1947. He studied acting during his college years, then did post graduate work in Great Britain at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, during the late 1960s and first 1970s. His first film appearance was an uncredited role in Rollerball (1975), where…

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Billy Zabka

Billy Zabka’s breakout role came in his first movie, 1984’s The Karate Kid. He played Johnny Lawrence, the main antagonist to the title character played by Ralph Macchio. He had no previous martial arts experience at the time but was an accomplished wrestler. His participation in the film inspired him to learn the martial art…

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Bob Bergen

As a kid, two-time Emmy nominated actor Bob Bergen spent endless hours watching and taping cartoons, imitating voices as well as creating characters of his own. His dream was to voice The Looney Tunes, and in particular Porky Pig. Bob’s idol was Mel Blanc, and he worked day and night trying to perfect eh-puh-peh-eh Porky’s…

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Brian Thompson

Brian Thompson has played parts ranging from the Zen Buddhist Birkenstock-wearing sheriff of Key West, to the raging psycho cult leader in the film Cobra, the universe-conquering super villain in Mortal Kombat II, and numerous science fiction, fantasy, and comedy films, including the part of Buffalo Bob, where he “put Joe Dirt in the hole”…

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Butch Patrick

The ring he wears on his finger has a large diamond studded “PL” shining boldly. Given to him by his father when Butch had a kidney removed, it signifies his real name, Patrick Lilley. Butch was born on August 2, 1953 in Los Angeles California. He made his acting debut in 1961 at the age…

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Caleb McLaughlin

APPEARING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Caleb McLaughlin grew up in Carmel, a small town in rural New York. He attended Kent Primary School and later attended George Fischer Middle School for one year. After fifth grade, McLaughlin moved to New York City. He studied dance at The Harlem School of the Arts. Caleb McLaughlin began his career…

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Catherine Dyer

Catherine Dyer was born in New York and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and quickly found work in commercials, voice-overs, television, theatre and film. In 1991, she moved to Los Angeles and continued to work in all mediums and saw the successful run…

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Count Gore De Vol

With the crack of lightning, the rumble of thunder, and the strains of a Bach fugue reverberating through his dank castle, viewers around the world know it’s time for Count Gore De Vol! Beginning with his first appearance on Washington DC television in 1973, the Count provides viewers with a dose of horror, a dash…

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Daniel Newman

Daniel Christopher Newman is an American actor, Calvin Klein model and musician with work appearing on the Twilight soundtrack, and several TV series’ soundtracks, with roles on The Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries, Homeland, Sex and the City, and Cirque du Freak, starring along Salma Hayek, Willem Dafoe, and John C. Reilly. The avant-garde artist…

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Daniel Portman

Scottish actor Daniel Portman has been acting since he was 16 years old. His first role was in 2010′s Outcast, in which he starred as Paul. This was followed by a role in popular Scottish soap opera River City. His second film role was a small part in Scottish comedy The Angel’s Share. He has…

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David Ankrum

40 years after voicing Wedge in Star Wars, David was asked to reprise his role in Rogue One by Matthew Wood and Lucasfilm. You can’t miss him as the PA announcer on Yavin—redirecting the Rebel Squadron into the crucial battle on Scarif. Ankrum was originally cast by Fred Roos and George Lucas to voice Wedge Antilles (Red 2) in Star…

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David Eddings

David Eddings—nigh-talented voice actor or friendly Gearbox biz guy? It’s a rhetorical question so no need to answer. But the correct choice is “d) all of the above”. (Edit: a write-in response of “SpikeTV’s 2012 VGA Character of the Year recipient” would have also been acceptable.) Known as the voice behind the lovable robot Claptrap…

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David J. Skal

Born June 21, 1952 in Garfield Heights, Ohio, David John Skal became fascinated with monsters at the height of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, when indestructible monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Wolf Man provided a “nuclear security blanket” for a whole generation of youngsters. Active as an editor and reporter on his high school…

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Ellie Kendrick

Ellie Kendrick is an English actress best known for playing Anne Frank in the BBC’s 2009 miniseries The Diary of Anne Frank, Ivy Morris in the first series of the 2010 revived Upstairs Downstairs, and Meera Reed in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Kendrick was born in London. She attended Benenden School in Kent…

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Gates McFadden

APPEARING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Show business has always been the career goal of Cheryl Gates McFadden. Born and raised in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, her first interest in performing showed itself in an interest in dance. Her parents had enrolled her in dance and tap lessons at the age of three. She continued the lessons for…

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Glennellen Anderson

“Performer for life, no back-up plan.” These are the words that Glennellen Anderson, a 21-year-old redheaded entertainer, has spoken since she was only 2 years old when she ran up onstage and grabbed the microphone from her parents, Jerry and Katrina Anderson (former members of the New Christy Minstrels), to sing her rendition of “You…

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