American movie stars born in 1959

Here are 50 famous actors from United States of America were born in 1959:

Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey (July 26, 1959 South Orange-) also known as Kevin Spacey Fowler or Kevin Spacey, CBE is an American actor, film producer, screenwriter, film director, television producer, voice actor and theatre director.

Spacey began his acting career on stage, and eventually transitioned to film and television. He received critical acclaim for his supporting roles in the films "The Usual Suspects" and "Se7en," and won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his lead role in "American Beauty." Other notable films he has appeared in include "L.A. Confidential," "Pay it Forward," and "Superman Returns."

In addition to his acting career, Spacey has also worked as a producer and director, and served as the artistic director of the Old Vic theatre in London for over a decade. He has also lent his voice to several animated films, including "A Bug's Life" and "Chicken Little." However, in recent years, Spacey has faced controversy and allegations of sexual assault, resulting in a significant decline in his career.

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Charlie Murphy

Charlie Murphy (July 12, 1959 Brooklyn-) also known as Charles Murphy, Charles Q. Murphy, Charles Quinton Murphy, Charles Quinton "Charlie" Murphy, Charles O. Murphy, Omar or Charlie is an American actor, voice actor, screenwriter, comedian, soldier and writer.

He is best known for his work on the sketch comedy show, Chappelle's Show, where he co-starred alongside Dave Chappelle. Charlie Murphy also appeared in several films, including "CB4," "Norbit," and "Jungle Fever." In addition to acting, he also wrote and starred in the autobiographical film, "Charlie Murphy: I Will Not Apologize." Before his career in entertainment, Murphy served in the United States Navy and later became a well-known stand-up comedian. He passed away in April 2017 at the age of 57 after battling leukemia.

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Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford (October 10, 1959 Madison-) also known as Brad Whitford is an American actor, television producer and screenwriter. He has three children, Mary Louisa Whitford, Frances Genevieve Whitford and George Edward Whitford.

Whitford is best known for his role as Josh Lyman on the popular television show "The West Wing," for which he won an Emmy Award in 2001. He has also appeared in a number of other television shows and movies, including "The Handmaid's Tale," "Transparent," and "Get Out." In addition to his acting work, Whitford has also worked as a producer and screenwriter on various projects. He is an advocate for political and social causes and has been involved in activism for issues such as climate change, LGBT rights, and gun control. Whitford is a graduate of Wesleyan University and started his acting career in the theater before moving to film and television.

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Frank Darabont

Frank Darabont (January 28, 1959 Montbéliard-) also known as Frank A. Darabont, Ardeth Bey, Frank Arpad Darabont, Darabont Ferenc or Ferenc Darabont is an American film director, screenwriter, film producer, television director, actor and television producer.

He is best known for directing critically acclaimed films such as The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, and The Mist, all of which are adaptations of Stephen King's works. Darabont has received multiple Academy Award nominations for his work, with The Shawshank Redemption being ranked as one of the greatest films of all time. He has also worked on popular television shows, such as The Walking Dead, having written and directed several episodes. Darabont was born in France to Hungarian parents before moving to the United States as a child.

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John McEnroe

John McEnroe (February 16, 1959 Wiesbaden-) otherwise known as John Patrick McEnroe, Jr., Super Brat, Johnny, Johnny Mac or John Patrick McEnroe Jr. is an American talk show host, tennis player, commentator and actor. He has five children, Sean McEnroe, Emily McEnroe, Kevin McEnroe, Anna McEnroe and Ava McEnroe.

McEnroe was born in Germany to American parents but grew up in New York City. He began playing tennis at a young age and quickly rose in the ranks, eventually becoming one of the most successful players of his time. He won seven Grand Slam singles titles, nine Grand Slam men's doubles titles, and one Grand Slam mixed doubles title.

McEnroe was known for his fiery temper on and off the court, earning him the nickname "Super Brat." He was frequently fined for his behavior and was disqualified from several matches throughout his career.

After retiring from professional tennis, McEnroe became a commentator and analyst for tennis events, lending his expertise and colorful commentary to broadcasts. He also appeared in several films and television shows, including playing himself in the movie "Mr. Deeds" and hosting his own talk show, "The John McEnroe Show."

Despite his controversial behavior, McEnroe is widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time and has been inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

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Ving Rhames

Ving Rhames (May 12, 1959 New York City-) a.k.a. Irving Christopher "Ving" Rhames, Irving Rameses Rhames, Irving "Ving" Rhames, Ving, Irving Rameses "Ving" Rhames, Rhames or Irving Rhames is an American actor, film producer, television producer and voice actor. He has two children, Reign Beau Rhames and Freedom Rhames.

Rhames attended the High School of Performing Arts in New York City and went on to attend Juilliard for drama. He began his acting career in Off-Broadway productions before making his film debut in the 1984 film "Go Tell It on the Mountain."

Rhames is known for his performances in the films "Pulp Fiction," "Con Air," and the "Mission: Impossible" franchise. He has also appeared on television series such as "ER" and "Gravity."

In addition to acting, Rhames has produced several films and television shows, including "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story" and "Kojak."

Rhames has won critical acclaim for his performances, receiving a Golden Globe for his role in the TV movie "Don King: Only in America" and a Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance in the TV series "Mission: Impossible."

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John C. McGinley

John C. McGinley (August 3, 1959 New York City-) also known as Johnny C, John Christopher McGinley, John McGinley or John C. Mc Ginley is an American actor, film producer, comedian, author, voice actor, entrepreneur, screenwriter and spokesperson. His children are called Billie Grace McGinley, Kate Aleena McGinley and Max McGinley.

McGinley is best known for his roles in TV series such as "Scrubs" and "Stan Against Evil," and films like "Platoon," "Office Space," and "Wall Street." He has also lent his voice to several animated shows and movies, including "Justice League Unlimited" and "Highlander: The Animated Series."

In addition to his work in entertainment, McGinley is an entrepreneur and co-founded the online health and wellness platform, Wavelength. He has also written a book titled "Untalkative Bunny: How to be Heard Without Saying a Word" and serves as a spokesperson for the National Down Syndrome Society.

McGinley obtained his education from Syracuse University and later studied acting at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He is known for his philanthropy, supporting causes such as cancer research and environmental protection.

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Keith Olbermann

Keith Olbermann (January 27, 1959 New York City-) a.k.a. Keith Olberman or Keith Theodore Olbermann is an American journalist, commentator, tv personality, sports commentator and actor.

He is best known for his work as a host and anchor on various news programs, including ESPN's SportsCenter and MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Olbermann has also worked for several other media outlets, such as Fox Sports, Current TV, and GQ magazine. Throughout his career, he has been recognized with several prestigious awards for his journalism, including three Edward R. Murrow Awards and four Sports Emmy Awards. In addition to his work in journalism, Olbermann has also appeared in numerous television shows and films, such as "30 Rock" and "The Umpire Strikes Back." He is widely regarded as one of the most influential voices in American media and continues to be a prominent figure in the industry today.

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Bob Paris

Bob Paris (December 14, 1959 Columbus-) a.k.a. Robert Clark Paris is an American writer, model, bodybuilder and actor.

He is primarily known for his successful career in bodybuilding, having won numerous competitions including the Mr. Universe title in 1983. Paris was known for his aesthetic and symmetrical physique, which set him apart from other bodybuilders at the time.

In addition to his bodybuilding career, Paris also had a brief stint in acting and modeling. He appeared in a few films and television shows, including the movie "Body Slam" and the television show "Hunter." Paris also did some modeling work, including a famous campaign for Calvin Klein in the 1980s.

After retiring from bodybuilding, Paris shifted his focus to writing and activism. He has written several books, including his autobiography "Gorilla Suit," and is a vocal advocate for LGBT rights and animal welfare.

Overall, Bob Paris is a well-known and respected figure in the world of bodybuilding, as well as an accomplished writer and activist.

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Brad Johnson

Brad Johnson (October 24, 1959 Tucson-) is an American actor.

He is best known for his roles in movies such as "Always" (1989), "The Escape Artist" (1982), and "Flightplan" (2005). He also had a recurring role in the TV series "Melrose Place" (1998-1999) and starred in the TV movie "Alaska" (1996). In addition to his acting career, Johnson is an experienced pilot and has flown in several airshows. He is also a licensed aircraft broker and founder of a private equity aviation investment firm. Johnson has been married twice and has five children.

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Brian Setzer

Brian Setzer (April 10, 1959 Massapequa-) also known as Brain Setzer, Setzer, Brian or Brian Robert Setzer is an American guitarist, musician, singer-songwriter and actor. His child is called Cody Setzer.

Setzer first rose to fame as the leader of the rockabilly revival band The Stray Cats in the 1980s. He later formed his own big band, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, which combined elements of rockabilly, swing, and jump blues. Setzer has won three Grammy Awards throughout his career and is widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time. He has also appeared in several films and television shows, including the 1987 movie "La Bamba" and the television series "Mama's Family" and "In Plain Sight". In addition to his musical career, Setzer is also an avid vintage car enthusiast and has a collection of cars and motorcycles.

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Gene Banks

Gene Banks (May 15, 1959 Philadelphia-) also known as Eugene Lavon "Gene" Banks or Eugene Banks is an American basketball player and actor.

He played college basketball at Duke University from 1978-1981, earning All-ACC honors and leading the team to the NCAA Championship game in 1978. After college, he was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs in the second round of the 1981 NBA draft and played in the league for four seasons before playing professionally overseas.

Banks later transitioned to acting and has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including "The Family Man," "Bad Boys," and "The Sopranos." In addition, he has worked as a basketball coach and mentor, helping young athletes to develop their skills on and off the court. Banks is also active in philanthropy, working with several organizations to provide education and resources to underserved communities.

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Jack Wagner

Jack Wagner (October 3, 1959 Washington-) also known as Peter John Wagner, Jack P. Wagner, Peter John "Jack" Wagner, II or Peter John Wagner, II is an American singer, actor and musician. He has three children, Peter Wagner, Harrison Wagner and Kerry Wagner.

Wagner rose to fame in the 1980s for his role as Frisco Jones on the soap opera "General Hospital." He also had a successful recording career with several hit songs, including "All I Need" and "Lady of My Heart." In addition to his acting and music career, Wagner has also appeared on several reality TV shows, including "Dancing with the Stars" and "Celebrity Apprentice." He was married to actress Kristina Wagner, who played his on-screen love interest on "General Hospital," but the couple divorced in 2006. In recent years, Wagner has continued to act in various TV shows and movies, as well as touring with his music.

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Kevin Nash

Kevin Nash (July 9, 1959 Detroit-) also known as Diesel, Kevin Scott Nash, Vinny Vegas, Oz, Big Daddy Cool, The Giant Killa, The Sexecutioner, Big Sexy, The Outsiders, Steel, Master Blaster, Vinnie Vegas, (Master Blaster) Steel, Chet Lemon, The Big Man or The Silver Fox is an American wrestler, actor, basketball player and soldier. He has one child, Tristen Nash.

Nash first gained popularity as a basketball player during his college years at the University of Tennessee. He later played professionally both in the United States and overseas before embarking on a career in professional wrestling. Nash first entered the wrestling world in the early 1990s and quickly rose to fame as part of the New World Order (nWo) in World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He later joined the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE), where he also achieved great success.

In addition to his wrestling career, Nash has also acted in several films and television shows. He has appeared in movies like "Magic Mike" and "The Longest Yard" and had recurring roles on TV shows like "Supergirl" and "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels."

Nash is also a military veteran, having served in the United States Army during the 1980s. He continues to be involved in the wrestling world, both as a performer and as a behind-the-scenes figure.

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Magic Johnson

Magic Johnson (August 14, 1959 Lansing-) also known as Earvin Magic Johnson, Earvin Johnson, Earvin Johnson, Jr., Earvin 'Magic' Johnson Jr., Magic, Buck, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson' or Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jr. is an American talk show host, basketball player, actor, film producer, athlete, entrepreneur, television producer and basketball coach. His children are called Earvin III Johnson, Elisa Johnson and Andre Johnson.

Magic Johnson is widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. He played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers for 13 seasons and won five NBA championships with the team. In addition to his success on the court, he has been involved in numerous business ventures and philanthropic efforts. He is known for his advocacy and activism in the fight against HIV and AIDS, and has worked to improve health care and education in underserved communities. He is also a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, and has received numerous awards and recognitions throughout his career.

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Marc Wallice

Marc Wallice (October 3, 1959 United States of America-) a.k.a. Don Weber, Marc Stephen Goldberg, Marc Wallic, Don Webber, Mark Goldberg, Mark Wallis, Marc Wallace, Mark Wallace, Mark Butler, Mark Gold, Marc Goldberg, Jay B. David, Marc Gold, Mark Wallice, Mark C. Gold or Gold is an American pornographic film actor, film director and actor.

He began his career in the adult film industry in the mid-1980s and went on to perform in over 1,600 films during the course of his career. Wallice won numerous awards in the industry including the AVN Best Actor Award in 1993. However, his career came to an abrupt end in 1998 when he tested positive for HIV, which resulted in a significant controversy within the adult film industry. In 2000, he pleaded guilty to six counts of criminal exposure to HIV and was sentenced to probation. Wallice has since retired from the adult film industry and has focused on writing and producing mainstream films.

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Randy Travis

Randy Travis (May 4, 1959 Marshville-) also known as Randy Bruce Traywick, Randolph Bruce Traywick or Randy Ray is an American singer-songwriter, actor, musician, singer and songwriter.

He is known for his distinctive baritone voice and traditional country sound, which have earned him numerous accolades throughout his career. Travis has sold over 25 million records and charted more than 50 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including 16 number one hits.

Travis has won multiple Grammy Awards, Country Music Association Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, and American Music Awards. In 2016, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

In addition to his music career, Travis has appeared in several films and television shows, including "The Rainmaker" and "Black Dog." He also published a memoir, "Forever and Ever, Amen: A Memoir of Music, Faith, and Braving the Storms of Life," in 2019.

Travis has faced some personal challenges in recent years, including health issues and legal troubles, but he remains a beloved figure in the country music community.

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Brian Williams

Brian Williams (May 5, 1959 Ridgewood-) otherwise known as Brian Douglas Williams or Williams Brian is an American journalist, firefighter, actor, editor and voice actor. He has two children, Allison Williams and Douglas Williams.

Brian Williams is best known for his work as a news anchor and reporter for NBC News. He hosted the Nightly News for over a decade, and during that time he covered major events such as Hurricane Katrina, the Iraq War, and the 2008 Presidential election. In 2015, it was revealed that Williams had embellished some of his reporting experiences, leading to a suspension from NBC News. He eventually returned to the network in a different role, hosting a show on MSNBC. Apart from journalism, Williams has also made guest appearances on several TV shows, such as 30 Rock and The Simpsons, and has even voiced himself in the popular video game series, Call of Duty. In addition to his career in broadcasting, Williams served as a volunteer firefighter in New Jersey in the 1970s and 1980s.

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"Weird Al" Yankovic

"Weird Al" Yankovic (October 23, 1959 Downey-) also known as Alfred Matthew Yankovic, Alfred Yankovic, Weird Al Yankovic, "Weird" Al Yankovic, "Wierd Al" Yankovic, ワイアード・アル・ヤンコヴィック, Wierd Al Yankovic, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, ''Weird Al'' Yankovic, Weird Al Yankovich, Yankovic Weird Al, Weird Al, Yankovic, Weird Al, Alfred, Al Yankovic, The Weird One, The Boneless Boy or Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic is an American singer, musician, record producer, singer-songwriter, television producer, actor, keytarist, music video director, film director, composer, comedian, satirist, television director and screenwriter. He has one child, Nina Yankovic.

"Weird Al" Yankovic is best known for his humorous parodies of popular songs that have earned him four Grammy Awards, 11 nominations, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition to his musical career, Yankovic has also acted in movies and TV shows, including a recurring role in the TV series "How I Met Your Mother." He is also a published author and has written a children's book, "When I Grow Up." Yankovic is an avid supporter of environmental causes and has been involved with various organizations, including Greenpeace and the Rainforest Action Network. In 2020, he released his latest album, "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Strings Attached Tour.

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Bernard Fowler

Bernard Fowler (January 2, 1959 New York City-) also known as Barsheem Bernard Fowler is an American singer, musician, songwriter, actor and record producer.

He has worked as a backup vocalist for numerous famous musicians such as The Rolling Stones, Herbie Hancock, Philip Glass and Bootsy Collins. In addition to his extensive work as a backup singer, Fowler has also released several solo albums and continues to work as a session musician and collaborator with other artists. He has also appeared as an actor in films and television shows such as "Batman Forever," "Angel Heart," and "The Brave." With a career spanning more than three decades, Fowler has made significant contributions to the music industry as a performer and behind the scenes as a producer and songwriter.

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Lester Holt

Lester Holt (March 8, 1959 Marin County-) a.k.a. Lester D. Holt, Lester Steven Holt or Lester Don Holt Jr. is an American journalist, musician, actor and newscaster. He has two children, Stefan Holt and Cameron Holt.

Holt is best known as the anchor of NBC Nightly News, where he has been since 2015. Prior to that, he served as the anchor of NBC's Dateline and co-anchor of the weekend editions of Today. He has received numerous awards throughout his career, including multiple Emmy Awards and the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. Holt has also served as a moderator for presidential debates, including the first one of the 2016 election cycle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Before his career in journalism, Holt got his start in radio as a disc jockey and later worked as a news reporter and anchor at various local TV stations across the country. Outside of his work in news, Holt is also a talented musician, playing the bass guitar and singing in a band called Lester Holt and the Rough Cuts.

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Tim Horner

Tim Horner (August 19, 1959 Morristown-) also known as Timothy Horner, Star Blazer, Kendo the Samurai or White Lightning is an American wrestler and actor.

Horner began his wrestling career in the late 1980s, working for various promotions before joining World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1990. He was known for his high-flying moves and quick wrestling style, winning over fans with his charisma and athleticism.

Aside from wrestling, Horner also pursued acting, appearing in several films and TV shows throughout the 1990s and 2000s. He also briefly returned to wrestling in the early 2000s, before retiring in 2005.

Throughout his career, Horner was known for his dedication to physical fitness and his love of martial arts, which he incorporated into his wrestling persona. He continues to inspire younger wrestlers and remains a beloved figure in the wrestling community.

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Jim Ward

Jim Ward (May 19, 1959 New York City-) a.k.a. James Ward, James K. Ward, James Kevin Ward, James M. Ward, James Kevin "Jim" Ward or Jim is an American actor, voice actor and radio personality.

He is best known for his voice acting work in popular video games such as "Halo," "Gears of War," and "Metal Gear Solid." Ward's acting credits also include appearances on TV shows such as "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "The Drew Carey Show," and "Star Trek: Voyager." Additionally, he has been a radio personality for many years on stations such as KROQ in Los Angeles and KTRS in St. Louis. Ward is also a founding member of the comedy group, The Frantics.

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Tim Van Patten

Tim Van Patten (June 10, 1959 Brooklyn-) a.k.a. Christopher Van Patten, Timmy Van Patten, Timothy Van Patten or Tim van Patten is an American television director, actor, television producer and screenwriter.

He is best known for his work as a director on acclaimed television series such as The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, and Game of Thrones. Van Patten began his career as an actor, appearing on shows such as The White Shadow and The Facts of Life. He later transitioned into directing and has since directed episodes of popular shows including The Pacific, The Blacklist, and Ray Donovan. In addition to his work in television, Van Patten has also directed several feature films, including Masterminds and The Secret Agent Club. He has been nominated for numerous awards for his directing work, including several Primetime Emmy Awards.

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Tom Arnold

Tom Arnold (March 6, 1959 Ottumwa-) also known as Thomas Arnold, Thomas Duane Arnold, Mr. Tom Arnold, Tom, Thomas Dwaine Arnold or Thomas Duane "Tom" Arnold is an American actor, screenwriter, film producer, comedian, presenter, television producer and voice actor. His child is called Jax Copeland Arnold.

Tom Arnold was born and raised in Iowa and began his career as a stand-up comedian in the Midwest. He then moved to Los Angeles where he worked as a writer and producer for the popular television show "Roseanne" in the late 80s and early 90s. Arnold also appeared on the show as a recurring character.

In addition to his work on "Roseanne," Arnold has acted in numerous films and television shows, including "True Lies," "Nine Months," "The Stupids," "Sons of Anarchy," and "The Jackie Thomas Show." He also hosted his own show, "The Best Damn Sports Show Period."

Arnold has been open about his struggles with addiction and has been sober since 1989. He has also been an advocate for mental health awareness and founded the Tom Arnold Foundation, which raises money for children's hospitals.

In his personal life, Arnold has been married four times, including a high-profile marriage to actress Roseanne Barr. He has two children, including Jax Copeland Arnold.

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Guy Ecker

Guy Ecker (February 9, 1959 São Paulo-) a.k.a. Guy Frederick Ecker is an American actor. His children are called Jon Ecker, Liam Ecker, Sofia Ecker and Kaelan Ecker.

Guy Ecker was born in Brazil and later became a naturalized American citizen. He is of German, French, Italian and Basque descent. Ecker got his start as a model in Europe before making the transition to acting. He rose to fame in Mexico and the United States after starring in telenovelas such as "Café con Aroma de Mujer" and "Alguien Te Mira."

In addition to his acting career, Ecker is an accomplished musician and has released an album titled "Primero Soy Mexicano." He is also a strong advocate for charitable causes and has worked with organizations such as Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the National Kidney Foundation.

Ecker has been recognized for his work in both television and film, receiving awards such as the TVyNovelas Award for Best Actor and the Ariel Award for Best Actor. He continues to act in both Mexico and the United States and is regarded as one of the most successful and influential actors in Latin media.

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Tom Amandes

Tom Amandes (March 9, 1959 Richmond-) a.k.a. Thomas Amandes is an American actor, television director and theatre director. He has three children, Meg Amandes, Nia Amandes and Ben Amandes.

Tom Amandes started his acting career in the late 1980s with appearances in TV series such as "thirtysomething" and "Equal Justice." He gained fame in the 1990s for his role as Dr. Harold Abbott on the TV series "Everwood." His other notable TV appearances include "Scandal," "NCIS," "Grey's Anatomy," "Private Practice," "House" and "The Mentalist."

Apart from acting, Amandes has also directed several TV episodes, including episodes of "Everwood," "Roswell," "Smallville" and "Friday Night Lights." He has also directed a number of plays in regional theatres, including "The Drawer Boy," "Trying" and "The Glass Menagerie."

In addition to his work in entertainment, Tom Amandes is also a committed environmentalist and is involved in various green initiatives.

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Clint Howard

Clint Howard (April 20, 1959 Burbank-) also known as Clinton E. Howard, Clinton Howard or Clinton E. "Clint" Howard is an American actor, voice actor and musician.

He is the younger brother of actor and filmmaker Ron Howard. Clint has appeared in over 200 films and television shows throughout his career, with his first major film role being in the 1963 film "The Courtship of Eddie's Father". He has since appeared in films such as "Apollo 13", "The Waterboy", and "Solo: A Star Wars Story". Clint has also done voice work for popular animated shows like "The Simpsons" and "Adventure Time". In addition to acting, he is also a musician and has performed as a member of the band "The Kempsters" and as a solo artist. Clint continues to work in the entertainment industry and has become a beloved character actor known for his unique appearance and voice.

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Phil Morris

Phil Morris (April 4, 1959 Iowa City-) also known as Phillip Morris or Philip Morris is an American actor and voice actor. He has two children, Jordan Morris and Rachel Morris.

Morris is best known for his role as Jackie Chiles in the popular television sitcom Seinfeld. He has also portrayed DC Comics character John Jones/Martian Manhunter in several adaptations including animated series Justice League and live-action television show Smallville. Morris has lent his voice to numerous animated shows and video games including Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, and Mortal Kombat X. Additionally, Morris has appeared in several films such as Black Dynamite, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Armageddon. He comes from an acting family, as his parents are actors Greg Morris and Leona Morris.

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Max Cantor

Max Cantor (May 15, 1959 New York City-October 3, 1991 New York City) a.k.a. Michael 'Max' Cantor was an American journalist and actor.

Cantor wrote for several prominent publications, including The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Vogue. He was also an accomplished actor, best known for his performance as "Roach" in the film "Dirty Dancing." Cantor was a graduate of Cornell University and received a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. In addition to his journalism and acting work, he was also a drug addiction counselor and worked to help others struggling with addiction. Cantor unfortunately passed away at the age of 32 from a drug overdose.

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Todd Graff

Todd Graff (October 22, 1959 Manhattan-) is an American screenwriter, actor, film producer and film director.

Graff began his career in show business as an actor, appearing in several Broadway productions in the 1980s. He later transitioned into screenwriting and directing, making his feature film directorial debut with "Camp" in 2003. The film was based on his own experiences attending a summer camp for the arts as a teenager. Graff went on to direct the films "Bandslam" and "Joyful Noise," and has also written screenplays for films such as "The Vanishing" and "The Beautician and the Beast." In addition to his work in film, Graff has also written several plays and is a frequent contributor to The New York Times.

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Nick Bakay

Nick Bakay (October 8, 1959 Buffalo-) a.k.a. Shaggy, Nicholas Bakay or Nicholas "Nick" Bakay is an American writer, comedian, sports commentator, actor, voice actor, screenwriter and television producer.

He is best known for his voice roles in animated TV shows such as Salem Saberhagen in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Norbert Beaver in The Angry Beavers, and the titular cat in the Nickelodeon series, CatDog. Bakay also co-created and co-wrote the CBS sitcom, The King of Queens. Aside from his work in TV and film, Bakay has also authored several books, including the popular children's book series, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius. He is a graduate of Kenyon College and has two children with his wife, Robin.

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Wayne Federman

Wayne Federman (June 22, 1959 Los Angeles-) is an American writer, comedian, screenwriter, actor, author and musician.

Federman began his career in comedy as a stand-up comedian and has performed on numerous television shows, including "The Tonight Show," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," and "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." In addition to his work in comedy, Federman is also an accomplished writer and has contributed to several television shows, including "The Larry Sanders Show" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

As an actor, Federman has appeared in numerous films and television shows, including "Legally Blonde," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," and "The X-Files." He is also an accomplished musician, having played in several bands throughout his career.

In addition to his work in entertainment, Federman is also known for his philanthropy and activism. He serves on the board of directors for several charitable organizations, including A Place Called Home and The L.A. Food Bank. He has also been actively involved in political campaigns and issues throughout his career.

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Vincent Irizarry

Vincent Irizarry (November 12, 1959 Queens-) a.k.a. Vincent Michael Irizarry or Vince Irizarry is an American actor. He has four children, Siena Sophia Irizarry, Elias Irizarry, Aria Irizarry and Ash Harris Irizarry.

Irizarry is best known for his work in daytime television, having appeared on multiple soap operas throughout his career. He played the role of Dr. David Hayward on All My Children from 1997 to 2010, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2009. He also had notable roles on Guiding Light, Santa Barbara, and The Young and the Restless.

In addition to his work on television, Irizarry has also had roles in films such as Heartbreak Ridge and The Misery Brothers, as well as on stage in productions such as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Barefoot in the Park. He also appeared in a number of primetime television shows, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Irizarry's talent and versatility as an actor have earned him acclaim and recognition throughout his career. He remains an active and respected figure in the world of entertainment.

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Tom McGowan

Tom McGowan (July 26, 1959 Belmar-) also known as Thomas "Tom" McGowan or Thomas McGowan is an American actor. He has two children, Mary McGowan and Mark McGowan.

Tom McGowan is best known for his roles in popular TV shows like Frasier, The Simpsons, and Everybody Loves Raymond. He has also appeared in several films, including Ghost World and Sleepless in Seattle. McGowan started his acting career on Broadway, earning a Tony Award nomination for his performance in the play La Bete. In addition to acting, he has also worked as a writer and producer, contributing to projects such as the TV movie The Martin Short Show and the TV series The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo. Outside of his career, McGowan is an advocate for mental health awareness, speaking publicly about his own struggles with bipolar disorder.

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Tyrone Power, Jr.

Tyrone Power, Jr. (January 22, 1959 Los Angeles-) also known as Tyrone Power IV, Tyrone William Power IV or Tyrone Power Jr. is an American actor. He has one child, Tyrone Keenan Power.

Tyrone Power, Jr. was born into a famous acting family, as both his grandfather and father were successful actors as well. He studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and made his film debut in 1986 in the film "Cocaine Wars". He went on to appear in several other films and television shows, including "Miami Vice" and "Murder, She Wrote". In addition to his acting career, Power Jr. is also a successful entrepreneur, owning several businesses including a winery and a cattle ranch. He is known for his philanthropy work, particularly his involvement in organizations that help children with cancer.

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Dylan Baker

Dylan Baker (October 7, 1959 Syracuse-) also known as Colin R. Fox is an American actor. His child is called Willa Baker.

Dylan Baker has had a prolific career in film, television, and theater. He graduated from the prestigious Yale School of Drama and has appeared in over 80 films. Some of his notable film credits include "Happiness," "Spider-Man 2," and "Selma." He has also appeared in numerous television shows such as "The Good Wife" and "The Americans," and has received critical acclaim for his work on Broadway, including a Tony nomination for his role in "La Bête". In addition to acting, Baker has also directed several theater productions and episodes of television shows. He currently resides in New York City with his wife and daughter.

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Stuart Greer

Stuart Greer (December 2, 1959 United States of America-) is an American actor. He has one child, Raeden Greer.

Stuart Greer has had a successful career as a character actor, appearing in numerous films and television shows. He is best known for his roles in "Ray", "The Reaping", and "Last Flag Flying". Greer has worked with renowned directors such as Clint Eastwood and Kevin Smith. In addition to his acting work, he has also directed and produced several short films. Greer has been nominated for multiple awards, including the Screen Actors Guild Award for his outstanding performance in the film "The Help". He continues to work in the entertainment industry, both in front of and behind the camera.

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Greg Proops

Greg Proops (October 3, 1959 Phoenix-) otherwise known as Gregory Everett Proops, Greg, Gregory Proops, Gregory Everett "Greg" Proops or The Proopster is an American comedian, screenwriter, actor, presenter and voice actor.

He is best known for his improvisational comedy and participation in the popular TV show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?". Proops has also lent his voice to several animated shows including "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and "Bob the Builder". In addition to his work in television and film, Proops hosts a weekly podcast called "The Smartest Man in the World" where he discusses current events and popular culture. Proops has also written books and performed as a stand-up comedian in various theaters worldwide.

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Bernard White

Bernard White (June 8, 1959 Colombo-) also known as Bernie White or Bernard Shawn White is an American actor, screenwriter and film director.

He was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka and immigrated to the United States with his family when he was young. White began his acting career in the 1980s with appearances on popular TV shows including "Miami Vice" and "Hill Street Blues". He later went on to star in several films including "The Matrix Reloaded", "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "Maze Runner: The Death Cure". In addition to his acting career, White has also written and directed a number of short films. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and has been nominated for several awards throughout his career.

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Todd Solondz

Todd Solondz (October 15, 1959 Newark-) is an American screenwriter, film director, actor and filmmaker.

Solondz gained prominence in the independent film industry with his darkly humorous and controversial films that explore themes such as suburban life, sexuality, and dysfunctional families. He is known for his signature dry and deadpan humor and his ability to evoke empathy for his flawed and often unlikable characters.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Solondz studied film at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. After making several short films, he gained critical acclaim for his 1995 feature film debut, "Welcome to the Dollhouse," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. He followed up with films such as "Happiness" (1998), "Storytelling" (2001), "Palindromes" (2004), and "Wiener-Dog" (2016).

In addition to his film work, Solondz has also written and directed for the stage, including the off-Broadway play "Emma and Max" in 2004. He has taught film at New York University and the European Graduate School, and his films have been studied in film courses around the world.

Solondz has been recognized for his work with numerous awards and nominations, including an Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay and a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Screenplay. Despite his controversial subject matter and approach, Solondz continues to be a respected and influential figure in the world of independent cinema.

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Richie Sambora

Richie Sambora (July 11, 1959 Perth Amboy-) also known as Richard Stephen Sambora, King of Swing, Dean, Richard Stephen "Richie" Sambora or Bon Jovi is an American musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, screenwriter, guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer. His child is called Ava Elizabeth Sambora.

Sambora rose to fame as the lead guitarist of the iconic rock band Bon Jovi, which he co-founded with Jon Bon Jovi in 1983. He played a pivotal role in the band's success, co-writing some of their biggest hits such as "Livin' on a Prayer," "You Give Love a Bad Name," and "Wanted Dead or Alive." Sambora's guitar-playing became a signature sound of Bon Jovi's music, and he was widely regarded as one of the best guitarists of his generation.

In addition to his work with Bon Jovi, Sambora has also released several solo albums and collaborated with other artists such as Cher, Alice Cooper, and Desmond Child. He has won numerous awards for his music, including a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for his duet with LeAnn Rimes on "Who Says You Can't Go Home."

Sambora has also made a name for himself as an actor, appearing in films and TV shows such as "On the Line," "The Drifter," and "Less Than Perfect." He is also involved in various philanthropic endeavors, supporting organizations such as the American Cancer Society and the Midnight Mission.

Despite his accomplishments, Sambora has faced some personal struggles over the years, including a battle with alcoholism and drug addiction. He left Bon Jovi in 2013 to focus on his solo career and personal life, but has remained close with his former bandmates and occasionally performs with them.

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Gerard Christopher

Gerard Christopher (May 11, 1959 New York City-) a.k.a. Gerard Christopher Dinome or Jerry DiNome is an American actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of Clark Kent/Superman in the television series "Superboy" from 1989-1992. Prior to that, Christopher appeared in several TV shows and films, including "Fame," "Knots Landing," and "The A-Team." He also had a recurring role on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives" in the early 1980s. In addition to his acting career, Christopher is a trained martial artist and has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He has also worked as a stunt coordinator and fight choreographer in several films and TV shows. Christopher continues to make occasional acting appearances and is involved in various martial arts organizations.

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Duane Whitaker

Duane Whitaker (June 23, 1959 Lubbock-) is an American actor, film producer, screenwriter, film director and playwright.

He is best known for his work in films such as "Pulp Fiction" (1994), "The Devil's Rejects" (2005), and "Feast" (2005), among others. Whitaker started his career as a writer and director, making his debut with "Eddie Presley" (1992), a film about an Elvis Presley impersonator. He has also written and directed multiple episodes of the television series "Tales from the Crypt." In addition to his film work, Whitaker has appeared in various television shows such as "CSI: Miami," "The X-Files," and "Cold Case." He continues to work in the film industry as an actor and writer, and has several projects in development.

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Roger Goodell

Roger Goodell (February 19, 1959 Jamestown-) also known as Roger S. Goodell is an American actor.

This information is incorrect. Roger Goodell is actually an American businessman, who has served as the Commissioner of the National Football League (NFL) since 2006. He was born in Jamestown, New York on February 19, 1959, and is the son of the late United States Senator Charles E. Goodell. Prior to becoming NFL commissioner, Goodell worked in various positions within the NFL and its teams, including as an intern with the New York Jets and a public relations assistant with the NFL. Since becoming commissioner, Goodell has been responsible for various initiatives to improve player safety, enhance officiating, and expand the NFL's global reach. He has also faced controversy and criticism over issues such as player discipline and the handling of protests during the national anthem.

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Mac King

Mac King (December 2, 1959 Hopkinsville-) is an American magician, actor and writer.

He has been performing magic professionally for over 30 years, with many appearances on television shows such as "Penn & Teller: Fool Us" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno". King has also been awarded "Magician of the Year" by the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. In addition to his work as a magician, he has written several books on magic and comedy, and has made appearances in films and television shows as an actor. King is known for his comedic style and his use of everyday objects in his magic tricks. He currently performs his own show at Harrah's Las Vegas hotel and casino, which has been running for over 20 years.

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Vincent D'Onofrio

Vincent D'Onofrio (June 30, 1959 Bensonhurst-) also known as Vincent Philip D'Onofrio, Noffy, The Human Chameleon or Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio is an American actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter, singer, teacher, spokesperson and voice actor. His children are called Leila George D'Onofrio, Luka D'Onofrio and Elias Gene D'Onofrio.

D'Onofrio is known for his distinctive deep voice and his ability to transform himself completely for his roles. He has starred in numerous films, including "Full Metal Jacket," "Men in Black," "Jurassic World," and "Escape Plan." D'Onofrio has also had a successful career on television, appearing on shows such as "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Daredevil."

In addition to his acting work, D'Onofrio has also dabbled in music. He formed a band, the Davis/Finnerty Trio, which has released several albums. He has also done voice-over work for video games, including portraying the character of Wilson Fisk/Kingpin in the "Spider-Man" series.

D'Onofrio has been married twice, first to Greta Scacchi and then to Carin van der Donk. He is a dedicated father to his three children, and is also active in supporting various causes such as autism research and veterans' organizations.

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Maxwell Caulfield

Maxwell Caulfield (November 23, 1959 Duffield, Derbyshire-) also known as Maxwell Findlater or Maxwell Caufield is an American actor and voice actor. He has two children, Melissa Caulfield and Sean Caulfield.

Caulfield began his career in the late 1970s with roles in British television series such as "Emmerdale" and "The Boys in Blue." He gained wider recognition in the 1980s with his roles in films such as "Grease 2" and "The Colbys." In the 1990s, he continued to work in both film and television, including a recurring role on the popular soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful." In addition to acting, Caulfield has also done voice work for animated series such as "Batman Beyond" and "Justice League Unlimited." He is also a stage actor, having appeared in productions of "Chicago" and "Deathtrap." Caulfield has been married to actress Juliet Mills since 1980.

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Jim Meskimen

Jim Meskimen (September 10, 1959 Los Angeles-) otherwise known as James Meskimen, Jim Meskiman, James Ross Meskimen or Jim Ross Meskimen is an American comedian, actor, voice actor, impressionist, artist, cartoonist and visual artist. He has one child, Taylor Meskimen.

Meskimen's father is the famous character actor Marion Ross. He has appeared in numerous television shows and films, including Friends, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Parks and Recreation, and The Punisher. Meskimen is known for his impressions of celebrities and politicians, including George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump. He has also provided his voice to various animated series and video games, such as Batman: Arkham City and Call of Duty: Black Ops II. In addition to his work in entertainment, Meskimen is an accomplished painter and illustrator, and has published several books of his artwork.

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Dave Cieslewicz

Dave Cieslewicz (February 17, 1959 West Allis-) is an American politician and actor.

He served as the 51st mayor of Madison, Wisconsin from 2003-2011. During his tenure, he worked on issues such as transportation, sustainability, and affordable housing. Prior to serving as mayor, Cieslewicz worked as a journalist and served on the Dane County Board of Supervisors. In addition to his political career, he has appeared in several independent films and commercials. Cieslewicz currently works as the executive director of the Wisconsin Bike Fed, advocating for bicycle-friendly policies in the state.

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