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Eddie The Eagle? The chick who shot Andy Warhol? That ‘Mikey’ kid from the Life Cereal commercial?

 
Well you’ve come to the right place, this is where we track the famous and the infamous from days gone by, from music, movie and sport stars to mischief makers and miscreants of every stripe.
 
 
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/12/2013
Canadian-American actor Phil Hartman is best known for his comedic roles on the late-night sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live, for which he won an Emmy Award. He also he...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 08/20/2013
Morgan Fairchild became well known during the 1980s for her portrayal of various glamorous, temperamental temptresses in such prime time melodramas as Dallas (she appeared in on...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 08/04/2013
Actor Michael Ansara, best known for his role as Kang the Klingon in Star Trek. Besides the "Star Trek" role, Ansara appeared on dozens of TV shows, including Broken Arrow, L...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/27/2013
After working as a character actress/comedienne in supporting roles or in guest shots on television series and specials, The Facts Of Life gave Rae not only her best-known role ...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/27/2013
Coleman's career began in 1974 when he appeared in a commercial for Harris Bank. His line, after the announcer says "You should have a Harris banker" was "You should have a Hube...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/27/2013
Miller was cast in a few commercials, then a 1984 guest role in Punky Brewster before landing the role of Ben Seaver, the youngest son on Growing Pains. Miller was supposed to b...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/27/2013
Wells made her debut on ABC's The Roaring 20s and was cast in episodes of such television series as 77 Sunset Strip, The Cheyenne Show, Maverick, and Bonanza, before she took th...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
In 1987, McFadden was cast as Dr. Beverly Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation. The Crusher character was slated to be Captain Jean-Luc Picard's love interest, and this asp...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
Larroquette is perhaps best known for his role as boorish, sex-obsessed attorney Dan Fielding on Night Court; the character was initially rather conservative but changed after t...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
He is best known for playing Andrew "Andy" Keaton, the youngest child on the NBC sitcom Family Ties from 1986 through 1989. He also had the recurring role of Alexander Rozhe...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
Bananarama are an English female pop band who have had success on the pop and dance charts since 1982. Rather than relying on harmony, the band generally sings in unison, as do ...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
Nell is best known for her role as 'Nel Harper' on the sitcom 'Gimme a Break!' Within a couple of a years after 'Gimme a Break!', Carter pursued new TV series projects. In 19...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/26/2013
In 1997, Ryan was chosen for a role on the science fiction series 'Star Trek: Voyager' as 'Seven of Nine', a Borg drone who had been "de-assimilated", or freed, from the Borg's ...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/25/2013
Sirtis started her career as a member of the repertory company at the Connaught Theatre, Worthing, West Sussex in 1976. Directed by Nic Young, she appeared in Joe Orton's What t...
Submitted by: Weiser  - 06/25/2013
Alec Guinness has had many roles throughout his career, however his most notable was as 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' in the original Star Wars trilogy, beginning in 1977, for which he recei...
 
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