American movie stars born in 1967

Here are 50 famous actors from United States of America were born in 1967:

Paul Giamatti

Paul Giamatti (June 6, 1967 New Haven-) otherwise known as Paul Edward Valentine Giamatti is an American actor, film producer and voice actor. His child is called Samuel Paul Giamatti.

Giamatti is best known for his work in both independent and Hollywood films, including "Sideways," "Cinderella Man," "The Illusionist" and "Saving Private Ryan." He has received numerous accolades over the course of his career, including an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe for his role in the mini-series "John Adams." Giamatti has also lent his voice to animated films such as "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and "Lego Jurassic World." In addition to his acting work, Giamatti has produced several films, including "Cold Souls" and "Win Win." He has been praised for his versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters with depth and nuance.

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Zachary Throne

Zachary Throne (April 3, 1967 Hollywood-) also known as Zach Throne is an American musician and actor.

He is the son of actors Susan and Brian Throne, and the brother of actress Thyne Throne. Zach Throne started his career as a child actor with appearances in TV shows such as "The Wonder Years" and "Growing Pains". He then transitioned to music, and has worked as a session musician and songwriter for various bands and artists. Throne has also released solo albums and performed live in several countries.

In the early 2000s, Zach Throne returned to acting and has since appeared in a number of movies and TV shows, including "The Twilight Zone", "CSI", and "The West Wing". He is best known for his voice-over work, providing voices for the video games "BioShock" and "Mafia III". Throne also co-wrote and starred in the acclaimed stage production "The Bardy Bunch", which combines the styles of William Shakespeare and the classic TV show "The Brady Bunch".

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David Herman

David Herman (February 20, 1967 New York City-) also known as Dave Herman is an American comedian, actor and voice actor.

He is best known for his work on the sketch comedy show "MadTV" and for his voiceover work on the animated series "Futurama", where he voiced several characters including Scruffy, Dr. John Zoidberg, and many others. He has also appeared in several films such as "Office Space" and "Bee Movie". In addition to his career in entertainment, Herman is also an accomplished musician who plays several instruments including guitar, bass, and drums.

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Judd Apatow

Judd Apatow (December 6, 1967 Flushing-) a.k.a. Mr. Apatow is an American film producer, screenwriter, film director, television producer, television director, actor, voice actor and comedian. He has two children, Iris Apatow and Maude Apatow.

Judd Apatow began his career as a stand-up comedian before shifting his focus to writing and producing for television shows like "The Ben Stiller Show," "Freaks and Geeks," and "Undeclared." He gained widespread recognition for his work as a writer and director of comedy films such as "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Knocked Up," and "Trainwreck." Apatow is known for his ability to blend raunchy humor with heartfelt and relatable character development. In addition to his work in film and television, Apatow has produced multiple comedy albums and authored several books. He is married to fellow comedian and actress Leslie Mann, who has appeared in many of his films, and the couple frequently collaborates on movie projects.

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Bryan Callen

Bryan Callen (January 26, 1967 Manila-) also known as Bryan Christopher Callen, The Kid, Bit Killer Jones, Mr. Garbage Dick, Conversation Strangler Stevens, P Popper Wilson, Question Killer Quinn, Bit Booter Bryan, Episode Improving Ian, Scene Stealer Sanderson or Mayor of Seeyasville is an American comedian, actor and screenwriter.

He is best known for his work on the sketch comedy series "Mad TV" and his recurring role as Coach Mellor in the ABC sitcom "The Goldbergs". Callen has also appeared in a number of films including "Old School", "The Hangover" and "Bad Santa". He has released two comedy specials, "Never Grow Up" and "Complicated Apes". In addition to his work in show business, Callen is also a trained fighter who has studied Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and boxing. He co-hosts the podcast "The Fighter and the Kid" alongside UFC heavyweight fighter Brendan Schaub.

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Walt Flanagan

Walt Flanagan (October 23, 1967 Perth Amboy-) also known as Walter Flanagan, Walter Flannigan, Walt or Bernie is an American actor, songwriter, tv personality, comics artist and broadcaster.

He is best known for his appearances on AMC's reality series Comic Book Men, which aired from 2012 to 2018. Flanagan has a long-standing working relationship with filmmaker Kevin Smith, having worked together on numerous films and projects since the 1990s. He has appeared in several of Smith's films, including Clerks, Mallrats, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. In addition to his work in film and television, Flanagan is also a well-known comics artist, having co-created the comic book series "Batman: Cacophony" with Smith. He has also contributed artwork to several other comics, including "Daredevil" and "Venom". Flanagan is also a podcast host, co-hosting the popular show "Tell 'Em Steve-Dave!" with fellow Comic Book Men co-stars Bryan Johnson and Brian Quinn.

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Vin Diesel

Vin Diesel (July 18, 1967 New York City-) otherwise known as Mark Sinclair Vincent III, Mark Vincent, Mark Sinclair Vincent or Mark Sinclair is an American actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter and voice actor. He has two children, Hania Riley Vincent and Vincent Sinclair.

Diesel began his career in the film industry in the mid-1990s, gaining critical acclaim for his role in the film "Saving Private Ryan" (1998). He gained international fame and popularity for his portrayal of the character Dominic Toretto in the highly successful "Fast and Furious" film series. Diesel has also lent his voice to the character of Groot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films "Guardians of the Galaxy" (2014), "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" (2017), and "Avengers: Infinity War" (2018). In addition to acting, Diesel has also produced and directed several films, including "Strays" (1997) and "xXx" (2002). Diesel is known for his muscular physique and his dedication to fitness, as well as his love for video games and his passion for music.

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Chris Williams

Chris Williams (November 2, 1967 Tarrytown-) a.k.a. Christopher James Williams, Chris James Williams, Christopher J. Williams, Chris J. Williams, Christopher Williams, Christopher James Wiliams, Christopher J. Wiliams, Chris J. Wiliams or Christopher James "Chris" Williams is an American actor, comedian and voice actor.

He is best known for his voice roles in popular animated TV shows and films such as The Lion King, Big Hero 6, and Frozen. Williams also co-created and co-wrote the hit TV series, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, as well as served as an executive producer and writer for the TV series, The Newlywed Game. In addition to his entertainment career, Williams is also an advocate for autism awareness and served on the board of directors for the Autism Society of America.

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Daniel Zelman

Daniel Zelman (June 11, 1967 Rye-) also known as Dan Zelman or Daniel Luke Zelman is an American screenwriter, actor, television producer and television director. He has one child, Roman Walker Zelman.

Zelman is best known for co-creating and executive producing the critically acclaimed Netflix original series, Bloodline, for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series. He also co-created and executive produced the NBC series, The Event, and served as a writer and producer on the hit FX series, Damages. As an actor, Zelman has made appearances in several TV shows including Felicity and Six Degrees. Before his career in entertainment, Zelman attended the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University where he received his Master of Fine Arts in film production.

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Jonathan Adams

Jonathan Adams (July 16, 1967 Pittsburgh-) is an American actor and voice actor. He has one child, Sydney Adams.

Adams is best known for his work in animated TV shows and films, including providing the voice for characters such as Dracule Mihawk in "One Piece," Bacara in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," and various characters in "Justice League Action." He has also appeared in numerous live-action TV shows and movies, such as "Bones," "Grey's Anatomy," and "Terminator: Genisys." Prior to his acting career, Adams worked as a journalist and sports writer. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama.

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Artie Lange

Artie Lange (October 11, 1967 Livingston-) also known as Arthur Steven Lange, Arthur Steven Lange Jr., Arthur Steven Lange, Jr. or Arthur Steven "Artie" Lange, Jr. is an American comedian, actor, film producer, radio personality, screenwriter, taxi driver and author.

He is best known for being a cast member on the sketch comedy show, "Mad TV" and for his role as the sidekick on "The Howard Stern Show". Lange has also appeared in several films and television shows, including "Dirty Work", "Elf", and "Rescue Me". Additionally, he has released several stand-up comedy specials and authored two books, "Too Fat to Fish" and "Crash and Burn". Lange has faced numerous personal and legal issues throughout his career, including struggles with drug addiction and several arrests.

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Timothy Adams

Timothy Adams (August 4, 1967 Belleville-) also known as Timothy Christopher Adams, Tim Adams or "Flex" and "Muscles" is an American model, actor and comedian.

Adams began his career as a model in the late 80s before transitioning into acting in the 90s. He has appeared in several popular TV shows and films, including "All My Children," "Days of Our Lives," "CSI: Miami," "CSI: NY," and "The Young and the Restless."

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Adams is also known for his comedic talents. He has performed stand-up comedy at various venues across the country and was a regular on the Comedy Central show "Premium Blend."

Adams is also an advocate for health and fitness and has written articles and given talks on the importance of exercise and nutrition. He has also competed in several bodybuilding competitions and was the National Physique Committee's American Champion in 1995.

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Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell (July 16, 1967 Irvine-) also known as John William Ferrell, Phil Weston, Wilf, Will or John William "Will" Ferrell is an American actor, film producer, screenwriter, comedian, television producer, impressionist, voice actor and singer. He has three children, Mattias Paulin Ferrell, Magnus Paulin Ferrell and Axel Paulin Ferrell.

Ferrell rose to fame as a cast member on the sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live" in the 1990s, where he showcased his talent for comedy impressions and characters. He later transitioned to feature films, starring in popular comedies such as "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby," and "Step Brothers," among many others. In addition to acting, Ferrell is also a successful producer, with credits including the hit HBO series "Eastbound & Down" and the hit film "Crazy, Stupid, Love." His voice work includes animated films such as "Megamind" and "The Lego Movie." Off-screen, Ferrell is known for his charitable work, especially with organizations that support cancer treatment and prevention. He also founded the website and production company Funny or Die in 2007.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman (July 23, 1967 Fairport-February 2, 2014 West Village) a.k.a. Philip S. Hoffman, Phil Hoffman, Philip Hoffman, Phil or Phillip Seymour Hoffman was an American actor, theatre director, film producer and voice actor. His children are called Cooper Alexander Hoffman, Willa Hoffman and Tallulah Hoffman.

Hoffman began his acting career in the theater, winning a Tony Award for his performance in the play "Long Day's Journey into Night" in 2003. He also directed and co-produced several off-Broadway plays, and served as artistic director of the Labyrinth Theater Company in New York City.

In film, Hoffman was known for his versatility and ability to portray complex characters. He received acclaim for his performances in movies such as "Capote" (for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor), "The Master", "Doubt", and "Charlie Wilson's War". He also lent his voice to animated films like "Mary and Max" and "Kung Fu Panda".

Tragically, Hoffman passed away in 2014 at the age of 46 from a drug overdose. He had struggled with addiction for many years and had checked himself into rehab multiple times. His death was mourned by fans and fellow actors alike, who remembered him as a talented and dedicated artist.

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Sasha Mitchell

Sasha Mitchell (July 26, 1967 Los Angeles-) a.k.a. Sash is an American actor and model. His children are called Stacy Mitchell, Paulina Justine Mitchell, Caroline Mitchell and Ethan Mitchell.

Sasha Mitchell rose to fame in the early 90s for his role as Cody Lambert on the hit TV series "Step by Step". He also starred in the action films "Kickboxer 2: The Road Back" and "Kickboxer 3: The Art of War". Mitchell later reprised his role as Cody Lambert in the "Step by Step" spinoff series "New Step by Step". Outside of acting, Mitchell has worked as a model and has appeared in numerous fashion campaigns. He has also been involved in several philanthropic efforts, including working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Carlos Jacott

Carlos Jacott (July 28, 1967 United States of America-) a.k.a. Jesse Carter or Conrad is an American actor and screenwriter.

He is best known for his roles in the films "Being John Malkovich" and "Grosse Pointe Blank" as well as the TV series "Party of Five" and "The Good Wife". Carlos has also made appearances in several other popular TV shows including "Seinfeld", "ER", and "The West Wing". In addition to his acting career, he has also worked as a writer on TV shows such as "Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)" and "Deadbeat". Carlos Jacott continues to be an active member of the entertainment industry.

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Gerald McCullouch

Gerald McCullouch (March 30, 1967 Huntsville-) is an American actor, film director, screenwriter and singer.

Gerald McCullouch first gained recognition for his role as Bobby Dawson in the long-running CBS crime drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." However, before that, he worked extensively as a stage actor and appeared in Off-Broadway productions like "The Eddie Cantor Story" and "Moonchildren." Alongside his acting career, McCullouch has directed several award-winning independent films, including "Daddy" and "BearCity." He is also an accomplished singer, having released several albums under his own name and performed as a part of the pop duo "Boyfriend." Additionally, McCullouch is an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has worked with organizations like The Trevor Project and the Human Rights Campaign to raise awareness and support for the community.

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Sparky Marcus

Sparky Marcus (December 6, 1967 Hollywood-) also known as Sparkey Marcus or Marcus Issoglio is an American actor and voice actor.

Marcus began his acting career at the age of six and made his film debut in the movie "Sextette" (1978). He went on to appear in various TV shows and films, including "The Love Boat," "CHiPs," and "The Facts of Life." Marcus is also well-known for his voice acting roles, particularly as the voice of Piglet in "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" and as the voice of Spritle in the 1990s adaptation of "Speed Racer." In addition to his acting work, Marcus is also a licensed pilot and a successful business owner.

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Ty Burrell

Ty Burrell (August 22, 1967 Grants Pass-) a.k.a. Tyler Gerald Burrell or Ty Gerald Burrell is an American actor, comedian, businessperson and voice actor. He has one child, Frances Burrell.

Ty Burrell is widely known for his role as Phil Dunphy in the hit ABC sitcom "Modern Family." Before his career in acting, he worked as a bartender and also taught acting classes. Burrell has also lent his voice to several animated films such as "Finding Dory" and "Mr. Peabody & Sherman." In addition to his acting career, he owns two bars in Salt Lake City, Utah called Bar X and Beer Bar. Burrell has won two Primetime Emmy Awards for his portrayal of Phil Dunphy and has been nominated for numerous other awards throughout his career.

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Robert Fontaine Jr.

Robert Fontaine Jr. (July 1, 1967 United States of America-) also known as Robert Fontaine is an American actor.

He is best known for his performances in popular films such as "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994), "Heat" (1995), and "The Devil's Advocate" (1997). Fontaine began his acting career in theater before moving to television and film. He has also made numerous appearances on the small screen, with notable roles on shows like "ER," "Law & Order," and "Boardwalk Empire." In addition to his acting work, Fontaine is a passionate advocate for animal rights and is actively involved in several animal welfare organizations.

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Joseph Barbara

Joseph Barbara (December 5, 1967 New Smyrna Beach-) also known as Joe Barbara or Joseph Edward Barbara is an American actor and film producer. He has one child, Joseph Frederick Barbara.

Joseph Barbara made his acting debut in the 1992 film "Universal Soldier" and has since appeared in numerous movies and TV shows such as "CSI: Miami," "The Mentalist," "Sons of Anarchy" and "Mission Park." He has also produced several films including "Pit Fighter" and "Beyond the Mat." In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Barbara is also a successful business owner and runs a number of ventures including a construction company and a surf shop. He is known for his active involvement in local charities and his support of military veterans.

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Kamar de los Reyes

Kamar de los Reyes (November 8, 1967 San Juan-) also known as Kamar Reyes, Luis Ruben De Los Reyes or Kamar De Los Reyes is an American actor.

He is of Puerto Rican descent and grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. Reyes is best known for his role as Antonio Vega on the soap opera "One Life to Live," a role which he played from 1995 to 2009. He also had recurring roles on other TV shows such as "NCIS," "24," and "CSI: Miami." Reyes has also worked as a producer and director and has directed episodes of "One Life to Live" and "Port Charles." He is married to actress Sherri Saum and they have two children together. In his free time, Reyes enjoys playing the guitar and practicing martial arts.

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Ty Treadway

Ty Treadway (February 11, 1967 Trenton-) also known as Tyrus Richard Treadway is an American talk show host, actor and game show host.

Ty Treadway began his career in the entertainment industry as a model and went on to become a successful soap opera actor. He portrayed the character of Troy MacIver on the popular soap opera "One Life to Live" from 1999 to 2003. Treadway also hosted the daytime talk show "The Revolution" on ABC in 2012.

Apart from his work on television, Treadway has also hosted several game shows, including "Merv Griffin's Crosswords" and "Instant Recall". He has made guest appearances on several shows such as "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "The Drew Carey Show".

Outside of his career in entertainment, Treadway is actively involved in philanthropic work. He supports several non-profit organizations such as the Los Angeles Children's Hospital, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County.

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Timothy Gibbs

Timothy Gibbs (April 17, 1967 Calabasas-) also known as Timmy Gibbs or Timothy Brian Gibbs is an American actor, entrepreneur, film director, film producer and screenwriter. He has one child, Master Ethan Gibbs Perez.

Timothy Gibbs' acting career began in the late 1980s, and he has since appeared in numerous films and television shows. Some of his notable roles include Detective Tom Grady in "The Young and the Restless," Ethan Crane in "Passions," and Jack Hunter in "One Life to Live."

Aside from his acting career, Gibbs is also an entrepreneur, having founded his own company called Joyful Sun, which produces healthy and organic food products. Additionally, he has directed several short films and produced several feature films, including "A Night at the Golden Eagle" and "Deadly Closure."

Gibbs is also an advocate for social justice and environmental causes. He has worked with organizations such as Greenpeace and Amnesty International and has been involved in efforts to combat climate change and promote veganism.

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Matt Crane

Matt Crane (May 4, 1967 Kimberton-) also known as Matthew Crane is an American actor.

He is best known for his role as Calvin on the NBC sitcom Friends. Crane's acting career began in the 1990s and he has appeared in several movies and television shows. In addition to his acting career, Crane is also a musician and has released several albums. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

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Michael Easton

Michael Easton (February 15, 1967 Long Beach-) is an American actor, poet, photographer and writer. He has two children, Lilah Bell Easton and Jack Boru Easton.

Michael Easton is best known for his roles on daytime television including "One Life to Live" and "General Hospital". He started his acting career in 1990 after graduating from Parson's School of Design. Besides acting, Easton is also a published poet and writer. In 2011, he published his first novel, "Eighteen Straight Whiskeys". Additionally, Easton is a dedicated photographer and has exhibited his work in galleries across the United States. Outside of his creative pursuits, Easton is involved in several charitable organizations including the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

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Harry Connick, Jr.

Harry Connick, Jr. (September 11, 1967 New Orleans-) a.k.a. Harry Connick, Junior, Harry Connick Jr., Harry Connick, Jr, Harry Connick Jr, Harry Connick Junior, Connick Jr, Harry, Harry Connick Jnr, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Jr., Connick, Harry, Jr. or The Vice-Chairman of the Board is an American songwriter, singer, composer, actor, musician, music arranger, conductor, lyricist, film producer, pianist, voice actor and television producer. His children are called Georgia Tatum Connick, Charlotte Connick and Sarah Kate Connick.

Harry Connick Jr. began his career as a jazz pianist, and became known for his smooth, romantic singing style. He has sold over 28 million albums worldwide, and received numerous accolades including three Grammy Awards and two Emmy Awards.

In addition to his music career, Connick Jr. has also acted in various films and television shows, including "Independence Day", "Will & Grace", and "American Idol" as a judge. He has composed scores for several films, including "When Harry Met Sally..." and "The Iron Giant".

Connick Jr. is also known for his philanthropic work, particularly for his efforts in rebuilding New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He founded the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, which provides music education and performance opportunities for young people in the city.

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Norbert Leo Butz

Norbert Leo Butz (January 30, 1967 St. Louis-) otherwise known as Norbert Butz or Norby Kitty is an American singer and actor. He has three children, Georgia Teresa Butz, Maggie Butz and Clara Butz.

Butz is a graduate of Webster University located in St. Louis, where he obtained his BFA in theatre studies. He made his Broadway debut in the play "Rent" in 1996 and has since appeared in numerous productions on and off-Broadway, including "Wicked", "The Last Five Years", and "Big Fish". Butz has won two Tony Awards for "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and "Catch Me If You Can". He has also made appearances on television shows such as "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Bloodline". In addition to his acting career, Butz is also a talented singer and has released two studio albums.

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Vanilla Ice

Vanilla Ice (October 31, 1967 South Dallas-) also known as V-Ice, Rob Van Winkle, Robert Matthew Van Winkle, MC Vanilla, Robert Van Winkle, Ice, Ice Man, Iceman or Robbie is an American singer, actor, record producer, rapper, musician and presenter. His children are called Dusti Rain Van Winkle and KeeLee Breeze Van Winkle.

Vanilla Ice rose to fame in the early 1990s with his hit single "Ice Ice Baby," which became the first hip hop song to top the Billboard charts. He continued to release music throughout the decade, and also ventured into acting with roles in films such as "Cool as Ice" and TV shows like "The Vanilla Ice Project."

In addition to his music and acting career, Vanilla Ice has also hosted several TV shows and appeared as a contestant on reality competition shows, including "Dancing with the Stars" and "The Celebrity Apprentice." He has also been involved in various business ventures, such as a home renovation company and a line of vanilla-flavored iced tea.

Beyond his public persona, Vanilla Ice has faced personal struggles, including a battle with addiction in the late 1990s. He has since become an advocate for sobriety and helps others overcome addiction through his Vanilla Ice Project charity.

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Young MC

Young MC (May 10, 1967 South Wimbledon-) a.k.a. Young M.C., Marvin Young, Mr. MC or The Young MC Man is an American actor, singer-songwriter, record producer and rapper.

He first gained fame for his hit single "Bust a Move" in 1989, which won him a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance. After the success of the song, Young MC released several more albums throughout the 90s and 2000s, collaborating with artists such as Tupac and The Dust Brothers. In addition to his music career, he has also made appearances on television shows such as Celebrity Fit Club and Dancing with the Stars, and has acted in films such as Up in the Air and A Novel Romance. Young MC continues to perform and produce music, and has remained an influential figure in the hip-hop community.

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Jason Reed

Jason Reed (December 13, 1967 Corvallis-) also known as JR Reed, Jason "JR" Reed, JR W. Reed, J.R., J.R. Reed, Lee or Lee Darryl Lee Donald is an American actor, singer, musician and voice actor.

He grew up in Seattle, Washington and attended the University of Washington, where he earned a degree in Drama. Reed began his career in the entertainment industry as a writer and performer in sketch comedy groups in Seattle, and later moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting.

Reed's notable acting roles include appearances in the TV series "The Shield" and "That '70s Show," as well as films such as "The Brady Bunch Movie" and "Road Trip." He has also provided voice work for animated series such as "American Dad!" and "The Cleveland Show."

In addition to acting, Reed is also a musician and has released several albums of original music. He frequently performs live in Los Angeles and Seattle, and has been known to incorporate music into his comedy performances as well.

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Matt LeBlanc

Matt LeBlanc (July 25, 1967 Newton-) otherwise known as Matthew Steven LeBlanc, Matt LeBlanc Arquette, Matthew LeBlanc, Matthew Le Blanc, Matt Le Blanc, Matt Leblanc, Matty or Matthew Steven "Matt" LeBlanc is an American actor and film producer. He has one child, Marina Pearl LeBlanc.

LeBlanc gained widespread recognition and popularity for his portrayal of the lovable and dim-witted character, Joey Tribbiani, in the hit television sitcom, Friends, which ran from 1994 to 2004. He received three Emmy nominations and one Golden Globe nomination for his performance on the show.

After Friends, LeBlanc starred in the spin-off series Joey from 2004 to 2006. He also played a fictionalized version of himself on the series Episodes from 2011 to 2017, for which he received a Golden Globe award.

In addition to his television work, LeBlanc has appeared in multiple films, including Ed (1996), Lost in Space (1998), Charlie's Angels (2000), and All the Queen's Men (2001).

LeBlanc has been involved in the automotive industry as a host of various car-related shows, including BBC's Top Gear and the upcoming series, Top Gear America. He is also an avid racing enthusiast and has participated in several celebrity car races.

LeBlanc has been married twice, first to Melissa McKnight from 2003 to 2006 and then to Aurora Mulligan in 2019.

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John Barrowman

John Barrowman (March 11, 1967 Mount Vernon, Glasgow-) a.k.a. John Scot Barrowman or Barrowman, John is an American presenter, actor, singer, dancer and writer.

He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts from the United States International University in San Diego, California. Barrowman has appeared on numerous TV shows such as Doctor Who, Torchwood, Desperate Housewives, and Arrow. He has also performed in various theatre productions such as Sunset Boulevard, Anything Goes, and Chicago. In addition to his acting career, Barrowman has released several albums of cover songs and original music. He has also authored several books, including a memoir and a series of science fiction novels. Barrowman is openly gay and has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights.

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Michael Chambers

Michael Chambers (November 13, 1967 Long Beach-) also known as Michael 'Shrimp' Chambers, Boogalo Shrimp, Michael 'Boogaloo Shrimp' Chambers, Michael 'Boogalo Shrimp' Chambers or Michael 'Bugaloo Shrimp' Chambers is an American actor and dancer.

He gained fame in the 1980s for his breakdancing skills, appearing in films such as Breakin' and Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. Chambers also worked as a choreographer and dancer for music artists such as Madonna and Lionel Richie. In addition to his work in film and music, Chambers has also appeared on television, including as a guest judge on America's Best Dance Crew. He continues to teach and perform dance, and is recognized as a pioneer of the breakdancing movement.

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Marcus Chong

Marcus Chong (July 8, 1967 Seattle-) a.k.a. Marcus Wyatt or Marcus S. Chong is an American actor and film producer.

He is best known for his roles in the films "The Matrix" and "The Crow". Chong started his acting career in the late 80s, appearing in several TV shows and films. He gained wider recognition in 1994 for his performance as Tank in the sci-fi blockbuster "The Matrix". Chong also had a recurring role in the TV series "Nash Bridges" from 1996 to 2001.

Aside from acting, Chong has also produced a number of independent films including "Twisted" (2004) and "Street Poet" (2010), both of which he also starred in. Chong continues to work in the film industry, appearing in various films and TV projects. He is also an accomplished musician and has released several albums.

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Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx (December 13, 1967 Terrell-) a.k.a. Eric Marlon Bishop, Eric Bishop or Jamie King is an American actor, television producer, screenwriter, pianist, musician, television director, singer-songwriter, stand-up comedian, radio personality and film producer. He has two children, Corinne Bishop and Annalise Bishop.

Jamie Foxx started his career in comedy in the early 1990s, performing on shows like In Living Color and The Jamie Foxx Show. He later transitioned to film and television acting, earning critical acclaim for his performances in films such as Ray, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor, and Django Unchained. He has also contributed to the music industry, releasing four studio albums and collaborating with various artists on their songs. In addition to his entertainment career, Foxx has been actively involved in philanthropic work, supporting organizations such as the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and the MusiCares Foundation.

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Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr (January 24, 1967 Los Angeles-) also known as Phillip LaMarr, Phillip La Marr, Phil LaMar, Phil La Mar, Phil LaMaar, Phil La Marr, Phillip "Phil" LaMarr or Phil Lamarr is an American comedian, actor, voice actor, screenwriter, singer and television producer.

He is best known for his work as a voice actor in numerous popular animated shows and video games, including Hermes Conrad in Futurama, Green Lantern in Justice League, Jack in Samurai Jack, and Vamp in Metal Gear Solid 2 and 4. LaMarr has also appeared in a number of live-action television shows and movies, including Pulp Fiction, MADtv, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. In addition to his acting career, LaMarr has also done voice-over work for commercials and educational videos. He has won multiple awards for his voice acting, including two Behind the Voice Actors Awards and a Daytime Emmy Award.

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Ntare Mwine

Ntare Mwine (May 1, 1967 New Hampshire-) also known as Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine is an American actor, photographer, writer, playwright, film director and film producer.

He was born to Ugandan parents and spent most of his childhood in Zimbabwe before moving to the United States as a teenager. Mwine is known for his work on screen, including his roles in the TV series The Chi and Treme, as well as films like Blood Diamond and The Good Doctor. In addition to his acting career, Mwine is a highly accomplished photographer and writer, having published several books of photography and essays. He has also written and directed award-winning theater productions and short films, and is a co-founder of the non-profit theater company Global Arts Corps, which aims to use performative arts to promote empathy and cross-cultural understanding. Mwine is also an activist and humanitarian, and has worked extensively with organizations that support refugees and migrants, particularly those from Africa.

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Michael Jai White

Michael Jai White (November 10, 1967 Brooklyn-) also known as Michael J. White, Michael White or Michael Jay White is an American actor, martial artist, screenwriter, television producer, stunt performer, film producer and teacher. His children are called Morgan Michelle White and Jai Jordan White.

Michael Jai White began his career as a martial artist, holding multiple black belts in various disciplines. He transitioned into acting, performing in both television shows and movies. Some of his most notable film roles include playing heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in the 1995 HBO movie "Tyson" and the title character in 1997's "Spawn." In addition to his work on screen, White has also lent his talents to the world of television, producing and writing for shows like "Black Dynamite" and "Mortal Kombat: Legacy." He has also continued to teach martial arts, running his own school in Beverly Hills, California. Despite his success in Hollywood, White has remained grounded and committed to his family, often speaking publicly about the importance of fatherhood and family values.

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Malik Yoba

Malik Yoba (September 17, 1967 The Bronx-) also known as Abdul-Malik Kashie Yoba or Abdul-Malik Yoba is an American actor, screenwriter and singer. He has three children, Josiah Yoba, Dena Yoba and Pria Yoba.

Malik Yoba rose to fame in the early 1990s with his role as NYPD Detective J.C. Williams in the popular police drama TV series "New York Undercover". He has since appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, including "Cool Runnings", "Cop Land", "Blue Bloods", "Designated Survivor" and "Empire".

Aside from acting, Yoba is also a talented singer and has released several singles and albums throughout his career. He is also active in various social and political causes, including advocating for HIV/AIDS awareness and working with inner-city youth programs. Moreover, Yoba has written and directed his own projects, such as his film "Trinity Goodheart" which tackles issues of family and faith.

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R. Kelly

R. Kelly (January 8, 1967 Chicago-) also known as R Kelly, R. Kellly, R.Kelly, R Kelly, R-Kelly, Kelly, R., Robert Sylvester Kelly, Robert Kelly, The Pied Piper or Kells is an American singer, record producer, songwriter, singer-songwriter, musician, music video director, actor, music executive, multi-instrumentalist, rapper, artist, screenwriter, composer, film director, film score composer, film producer and music artist. He has three children, Joann Kelly, Jaya Kelly and Robert Kelly Jr..

R. Kelly has been one of the most successful R&B artists since the 1990s, with hits such as "I Believe I Can Fly," "Ignition (Remix)," and "Bump N' Grind." He has sold over 100 million records worldwide and won three Grammy Awards. However, he has faced a number of controversies, including allegations of sexual misconduct with minors, which led to his arrest in February 2019. He has also been accused of physically and emotionally abusing women over the years. Despite these controversies, R. Kelly remains a prominent figure in the music industry and his influence on contemporary R&B and hip-hop continues to be felt.

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Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber (October 4, 1967 San Francisco-) also known as Isaac Liev Schreiber, Danny Webb, Huggy, Liev Schrieber or Shiva Das is an American actor, voice actor, film producer, film director and screenwriter. His children are called Alexander Pete Schreiber and Samuel Kai Schreiber.

Schreiber studied at the Yale School of Drama and began his acting career in the early 1990s, appearing in various stage productions and independent films. He gained critical recognition for his role as Cotton Weary in the horror film "Scream" and has since starred in a number of successful films including "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", "The Manchurian Candidate" and "Spotlight". In addition to his work in film and theater, Schreiber has also lent his voice to several animated films and television shows, including the popular series "Paw Patrol" where he voices the character of the titular canine hero's mentor figure, a dalmatian named Ryder. He has been nominated for several prestigious awards throughout his career, including a Tony Award and multiple Golden Globe Awards. Schreiber is also actively involved in various humanitarian causes and is a supporter of several organizations that provide aid to underprivileged children.

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Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan (August 11, 1967 Newark-) a.k.a. Joseph Rogan, Joseph J. Rogan, Joseph James "Joe" Rogan or Joseph James Rogan is an American actor, announcer, commentator, martial artist, screenwriter, television presenter, film producer and comedian.

Rogan began his career as a stand-up comedian in the late 1980s, and rose to fame after appearing on the television show "NewsRadio" in the mid-1990s. Since then, he has become widely known for his work as a commentator for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), as well as hosting his own podcast "The Joe Rogan Experience".

In addition to his entertainment career, Rogan is also a trained martial artist, having achieved a black belt in Taekwondo and a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is also an advocate for the use of psychedelic drugs, and has spoken publicly about his experiences with substances such as DMT and cannabis.

Rogan is married to Jessica Schimmel, with whom he has three children. He has been open about his struggles with addiction in the past, and has used his platform to promote sobriety and mental health awareness.

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Ron Livingston

Ron Livingston (June 5, 1967 Cedar Rapids-) a.k.a. Ronald Joseph Livingston, Ron or Ronald Joseph "Ron" Livingston is an American actor and voice actor. He has one child, Gracie James Livingston.

Livingston studied theatre at Yale University and then moved to Chicago to pursue a career in acting. He gained recognition for his role as Peter Gibbons in the 1999 cult classic film "Office Space". He also starred in the HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers" and the comedy-drama film "The Cooler". Additionally, he has appeared in a variety of television shows, such as "Sex and the City", "Boardwalk Empire", and "Loudermilk". Livingston has lent his voice to several animated productions, including "The Adventures of Milo and Otis" and "Family Guy". In 2009, he married actress Rosemarie DeWitt, whom he starred alongside in "Standoff" and "Poltergeist". They welcomed their daughter Gracie James in 2013.

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Donovan Leitch Jr.

Donovan Leitch Jr. (August 16, 1967 London-) also known as Donovan Leitch, Donovan, Donovan Jerome Leitch or Camp Freddy is an American actor, film producer, musician, television producer and model. He has one child, Violet Lilac Jean.

Donovan Leitch Jr. was born in London to a family renowned for its involvement in the world of music. His father, Donovan Leitch Sr., was a famous Scottish songwriter, and his mother was a model. In his childhood, Donovan Jr. moved around frequently and lived in different places such as Marrakesh, Madrid, and Ibiza.

As a musician, Donovan Jr. has a successful career spanning several decades. He has released multiple albums and collaborated with various bands and artists. He is also a talented actor and has appeared in several movies, including "Breakfast of Champions," "Glory Daze," and "Graduation Day."

In addition to music and acting, Donovan Jr. has produced several films and television shows, including "The Most Dangerous Animal of All" and "Sunset Strip." He is also known for his involvement in the supergroup Camp Freddy, which features members from several famous bands.

Donovan Jr. is also a well-known model and has worked with top fashion brands such as Versace, Hugo Boss, and Giorgio Armani. He is currently based in Los Angeles and continues to work on various creative projects.

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Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo (November 22, 1967 Kenosha-) a.k.a. Mark Alan Ruffalo is an American actor, film producer, film director and screenwriter. He has three children, Bella Noche Ruffalo, Keen Ruffalo and Odette Ruffalo.

Mark Ruffalo began his acting career in theater productions before moving to film in the late 1990s. He gained critical acclaim for his performance in the 2010 film "The Kids Are All Right" and received an Oscar nomination for his role in the 2014 film "Foxcatcher." Ruffalo is also known for his portrayal of Bruce Banner/Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. In addition to his successful acting career, he is an activist for several causes including climate change, renewable energy, and social justice. Ruffalo has also produced and directed several films, including the 2014 drama film "Infinitely Polar Bear."

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George Eads

George Eads (March 1, 1967 Fort Worth-) also known as George Coleman Eads III is an American actor and voice actor.

He is best known for his role as Nick Stokes in the CBS police drama series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which he played from 2000-2015. Eads graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in marketing and worked briefly as a salesman before pursuing a career in acting. In addition to his work on CSI, he has also appeared in films such as Monte Walsh and Second String, and has lent his voice to animated television series including Justice League and Young Justice. Eads has been nominated for multiple awards for his work on CSI, including a Screen Actors Guild Award and People's Choice Award.

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Andrew Shue

Andrew Shue (February 20, 1967 Wilmington-) also known as Andrew Eppley Shue is an American actor, football player and entrepreneur. He has one child, Nathaniel William Shue.

Andrew Shue is best known for his role as Billy Campbell on the popular TV series Melrose Place. Before pursuing an acting career, he played professional soccer for the Los Angeles Galaxy and appeared in the 1984 Olympics. Shue later co-founded the website CafeMedia and also serves on the board of He is the brother of actress and former tennis player Elizabeth Shue.

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Steve Zahn

Steve Zahn (November 13, 1967 Marshall-) otherwise known as Steven James Zahn, Steve or Steven James "Steve" Zahn is an American actor, comedian and voice actor. His children are called Henry James Zahn and Audrey Clair Zahn.

Zahn was born in Marshall, Minnesota and grew up in a Lutheran family of mixed German and Swedish ancestry. He attended Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota before dropping out and moving to Minneapolis to pursue a career in acting. Zahn got his start in the film industry with a small role in the movie "Rain Without Thunder" (1992), but it wasn't until his breakout performance in "Reality Bites" (1994) that his career really took off.

Since then, Zahn has appeared in a variety of films, including "That Thing You Do!" (1996), "Saving Silverman" (2001), "National Security" (2003), and "Dallas Buyers Club" (2013). He's also done voice work for animated films such as "Chicken Little" (2005) and "The Good Dinosaur" (2015).

In addition to his work on the big screen, Zahn has also had a successful career in television. He's appeared in several popular shows, including "Treme," "Modern Family," and "The Good Lord Bird."

Despite his success, Zahn has remained relatively low-key and down-to-earth. He's been married to his wife, Robyn Peterman, since 1994, and the couple has two children together. In his free time, Zahn enjoys playing music and spending time outdoors.

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Dana Ashbrook

Dana Ashbrook (May 24, 1967 San Diego-) also known as Dana V. Ashbrook is an American actor.

He is best known for playing the role of Bobby Briggs on the hit television series Twin Peaks. Ashbrook began his acting career at a young age, appearing in several television commercials before landing his first major role on the 1987 television series, Knots Landing. In addition to his work on Twin Peaks, Ashbrook has also appeared in a number of popular television series and films, including Dawson's Creek, Crash, and The Last Winter. When he's not acting, Ashbrook is an accomplished musician and has released two albums, including his 2009 debut, "I'm Just a Ghost". He continues to work in the entertainment industry and is widely regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation.

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