Birth Month Day of 12-04 (Sorted by Name Ascending)
5. Aaron Saxon
Actor | Gun Fever
Before he began his acting career, Saxon was a wrestler ("Lord Spears") whose gimmick was entering the arena in a dress suit and quoting Shakespeare at every opportunity. His cauliflower ears marked him for "mug" roles; after making a few movies, he was able to afford plastic surgery and had an ...
11. Adriana Benetti
Actress | C'è sempre un ma!
Adriana Benetti was born on December 4, 1919 in Comacchio, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. She was an actress, known for C'è sempre un ma! (1943), Four Steps in the Clouds (1942) and Sins of Pompeii (1950). She died on February 24, 2016 in Rome, Italy.
14. Ahmed Boulane
Actor | Ali, Rabiaa et les autres
Ahmed Boulane was (and is proud to have been) born in the former pirates' republic of Sale, Morocco. He was expelled from school three times, and was only 15 when they threw him out for good. However, this didn't stop him from learning to speak four languages fluently.
Boulane was an actor with the ...
18. Al Haskell
Soundtrack | Terror of the Plains
Al Haskell was born on December 4, 1886 in Watsonville, California, USA as Albert B. Haskell. He was an actor, known for Terror of the Plains (1934), The Fiddlin' Buckaroo (1933) and The Voice from the Sky (1929). He died on January 6, 1969 in Los Angeles, California.
25. Alex North
Music Department | Spartacus
Alex North studied music at the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia, then won a scholarship to Juilliard in New York (1929) and the Moscow Conservatoire (1933), making him the first-ever American to become a member of the Union of Soviet Composers. In Europe, he worked as music director for the ...
28. Alexander Popov
Director | Tragedy in Ten Scenes
Alexander Popov was born in Murmansk and grew up in Moscow, Russia. First acting in theater at a young age, he later switched his focus to film directing. In 2015 he traveled to the United States of America to pursue filmmaking education where he studied under the mentorship of an acclaimed Iranian...
34. Allan Hersholt
Allan Hersholt was born on December 4, 1914 in San Francisco, California, USA as Allan Eigil Hersholt. He was an actor, known for The Adventures of Frank Merriwell (1936), Sky Liner (1949) and Forgotten (1933). He was married to Marjorie Fay Sanft, Janet R. Russell and Osa Massen. He died on ...
39. Amy Nicholson
Director | Pickle
Amy Nicholson has been fortunate enough to serve as creative slave to some of the biggest names in advertising. She created award-winning work for ESPN, Got Milk? Nike, Prudential and three old guys that owned Snapple beverages - named Lenny Hymie and Arnie - who she made famous. One summer, she ...
43. Anatoli Abramov
Actor | Vesna v Moskve
Anatoli Abramov was born on December 4, 1915 in Nizevoye, Vyatka Governorate, Russian Empire as Anatoliy Vasilyevich Abramov. He was an actor, known for Vesna v Moskve (1953), Teni (1953) and Honeymoon (1956). He died on July 10, 1983 in Leningrad, RSFSR, USSR.
47. Andrejs Upits
Writer | Pie bagatas kundzes
Andrejs Upits (1877-1970) was a Latvian writer, poet, teacher, playwright and Communist public figure, who was born in Skriveri. His first work appeared in the newspaper Majas viesis in 1892. Upits' most notable works include Zala zeme (The Green Land, 1945) and Sunu ciema zeni (Boys of Moss ...
50. Andrey Podoshian
Actor | Kapkan dlya shakalov
Andrey Orestovich Podoshian was born and grew up in Moscow. Studied at the Vakhtangov Theatre School and the Studio School of the Moscow Art Teatre, whose Artistic Director, the late Oleg Efremov, was his Master-Teacher. He was casting 35 films both, in Russia and abroad. He is also a well-know ...