Today’s Birthdays: David Boreanaz, vampire (44); Pierce Brosnan, fake detective (60); Harry Carey, Jr., Westerner (d. 2012); Tucker Carlson, talking head (44); Yvonne Craig, superhero (76); Jack Dodson, Mayberrian (d. 1994); Henry Fonda, lawman (d. 1982); George Gaynes, foster dad (96); Miles Heizer, Braverman kin (19); Tracey Gold, middle child (44); Liberace, pianist (d. 1987); Melanie Lynskey, obsessive neighbor (36); Kevin McDonald, Kid in the Hall (52); Joseph Morgan, vampire (32); Tori Spelling, Beverly Hillsian (40); Studs Terkel, diner proprietor (d. 2008); Danny Trejo, character actor (69); Mare Winningham, character actress (54).
The List: Top 10 actors who jumped from TV to the movies
Pierce Brosnan celebrated his 60th birthday Thursday. Mr. Brosnan first achieved fame on NBC’s detective show “Remington Steele” (1982-1987). He then translated his television success into fame on the big screen, notably as Ian Fleming’s British spy 007. In the process, he reinvigorated the James Bond movie franchise after a six-year hiatus. In honor of Mr. Brosnan’s birthday, The List this week looks at the top 10 actors who used their television careers as a springboard to successful movie careers.
That day good wishes very very happy for your birthday, traveling through the air to where you are. All your followers, so many years, we are happy to continue enjoying your good performances. Happy Birthday Pierce