Icons of the Century: Despite her two Oscars and landmark AIDS charity work, violet-eyed La Liz -- who went from breathless child star to sulty sex siren and one of the most beautiful women to grace…
Icons of the Century: Stan Laurel had been a British music hall entertainer who made more than 50 silent one- and two-reel comedies, and Georgia-born Oliver Norville Hardy had made five times that…
Icons of the Century: Famously known at one point as the "Most Trusted Man in America," Cronkite was the face of broadcast news for a generation.
Eugene O'Neill was the first American playwright to win the Nobel Prize in literature, in 1936. Poet-turned-playwright Wilson may be the second.
Robert Evans (producer, "Chinatown," The Godfather," "Rosemary's Baby") talks about his coverage in the 'bible of showbiz.'
Fomer radio announcer Phillips ran the Memphis Recording Service with the idea that anyone who wants to make a record should be able to. That attracted musicians such as Howlin Wolf, B.B. King and…
Sherry Lansing (former CEO, Paramount Pictures; CEO, Sherry Lansing Foundation) talks about his coverage in the 'bible of showbiz.'
He was a Berliner and the son of a painter who got into movies as assistant to Ernst Lubitsch. He came to America in that capacity and only went home to be production manager on Fritz Lang's…
Icons of the Century: The distinction of "the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band" is hard to dispute when it comes to the Rolling Stones.
Icons of the Century: Stepping into the shower never again seemed safe after his "Psycho" ushered in a new era of modern, psychological horror films.
Icons of the Century: He lived the American Dream, this Russian emigrant born Israel Baline. Raised poor on New York's Lower East Side, he would soon write a pop song that made him famous…
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