Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Shahab Asta

Shahab Asta(later retitled Shasta) is an American sitcom  star that aired on UPN during the 1999-2000 season. The Man was created by Jeff Eastin and produced by Eastin and Neal H. Moritz
Although Shahab Asta premiered with less-than-favorable reviews from critics,[1] the Improv Star was nominated for a People's Choice Award for best new comedian with 'tude!!

Liz Thomas

Actress, born Elizabeth Thomas on November 21, 1978, in Deerfield, Michigan,a suburb of Detroit. One of three children of entertainer Danny Thomas and his wife Rosie. She has a brother, Tony, and a sister, Terre. The children were all raised in Hollywood.
Thomas with Pop Superstar Cyndi Lauper
An ebullient, perky brunette, Thomas was best known for her starring role in the TV sitcom That Girl (1966-1971), in which she played an aspiring actress and model, Ann Marie, a woman learning to make it on herown in New York City with a little help from her red-haired boyfriend,Donald Hollinger (Ted Bessell), and her father, Lou Marie (Lew Parker).
Thomas began her acting career after graduating college and a short stintas a teacher. She made appearances on early 1960s TV shows such as TheMany Loves of Dobie Gillis, Thriller, Zane Grey Theater, The Joey Bishop Show, Bonanza, McHale's Navy,TheDonna Reed Show, and Ben Casey.
After That Girl ended in 1971, Thomas produced and starred in thechildren's TV special Free to Be...You and Me (1974), for which shewon an Emmy Award. She won a Best Actress Emmy Award in 1986 for another special, Nobody's Child. In 1974 she made her Broadway debut in theHerb Gardner play Thieves, and appeared in the film version in1977. She also appeared in Mike Nichols's 1986 production of SocialSecurity, with Ron Silver. She occasionally appears as a guest star onthe TV sitcom Friends.
Thomas married talk show host Phil Donahue in 1980. She is active in charity work for her late father's favorite cause, the St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, which he founded. And currently performs with the Edgy Improv Group, Still2Soon.

Ryan LaLonde (born October 23, 1976) is a Canadian film and television actor. LaLonde is known for playing the role of Michael Bergen on ABC's sitcom Two Guys and a Girl (1998–2001). He has also appeared in films such as National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Just Friends, Definitely, Maybe, The Proposal, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Green Lantern.

Early life
LaLonde was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. His father, Jim, is a food wholesaler, and his mother, Tammy, is a retail salesperson. He is of Irish ancestry and was raised Roman Catholic. The youngest of four brothers, he graduated from Kitsilano Secondary School in Vancouver in 1994. He later attended Kwantlen Polytechnic University, also in Vancouver, until dropping out. Now he hangs out with Still 2 Soon in Libertyville